Indian politician admits entering politics to fool people, earn money
An independent candidate from Agra for the upcoming assembly elections in India’s state Uttar Pradesh will be the most honest politician you will see in the contemporary world.
The candidate, Gopal Chaudhary does not go around to make tall claims. He bluntly says what other politicians would not dare to say, albeit their objective would be the same. He tells why he wants to enter politics. He admits that his aim of becoming a politician only revolves around money. He does not just stop here. He also wants to earn this money by fooling people.
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Commenting on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Chaudhary said if a person could become prime minister of India by fooling people, then he would also follow suit.
“I have no manifesto for the election. The only manifesto I have is to earn money by winning the contest. Because that’s how politics is done in our country. Whoever comes into politics, he earns money and fills his house, like I will do,” he said while talking to local media.
He said every politician was earning from the public funds, so will he.
To a query, he said 25 percent of the fund handed over for public welfare goes to bank account of the winning politician of that area. “There are several other ways. I will need to learn this art of earning money.”