Why the educated Indian is voting for a villain



-Rohan Mukherjee

Now that the elections have begun – and we have a good idea as to who’s reigning supreme, let me tell you exactly why this is happening. This is not because we desperately want to see a particular party in power, but because of what our competitive exams and MCQs have taught us – when not sure of the right answer, go with the rule of elimination. So here we are, with a question in front of us – and with four options – A, B, C and D. We are not sure of what the right answer is, but we can’t leave this question unanswered because this will sweetly deduct a score from the total. This is where the weeks of training come in and we proceed with eliminating the one option that we are sure to be incorrect, say we go with D. We are left…

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