By Amla Pisharody
Finally we are moving on the real important question of the Kohinoor diamond. Yesterday the country worried about ‘mundane’ issues like the new Child Labour bill, the Rohtak rape case, the Kashmir crisis, and protests in Gujarat because of Dalit atrocities, among other major things that are causing national unrest. But External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, Culture Minister Mahesh Sharma and gang, had a meeting about the ‘real issue’: How do we get back the beloved Kohinoor Diamond?
This difficult and so-relevant-to-our-lives task that is up against the Ministry of External Affairs cannot be done without inspiration and drive to achieve it. That’s why, we bring to you, our ‘Get the Diamond Back’ playlist. Swaraj and Sharma, this one is for you.
Mujhko Chand Laake Do
“Mujhko Heere lake do, Idlidoo Idlidoo” – Here’s a possible future slogan for the External Affairs Ministry.
Diamonds are a Girl’s Best Friend
Swaraj & Sharma sure seems to absolutely believe this. And one must save one’s best friend.
Ring Diamond Di
I do imagine that they are ready and have given their lives to the Diamond. This song suits the quest that the Ministry is going to embark on.
I found a Diamond
Been looking for the diamond everywhere, Britain!
Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge
This is true motivation. As the paisewale British watch the dilwale Sushma Swaraj et al take the diamond, more power to you, External Affairs ministry.
Diamonds are forever
Diamonds are forever, unlike people who are mere mortals. Sushma Swaraj has caught on to this unlike the rest of the country. Instead of wasting time on trivial issues such as riots and unrest, the Ministry aims to look at forever things.
Made in India
Even Alisha Chinoy knew that if it is a ‘hira’ (diamond) then it had to be made in India. And even she along with Swaraj and Sharma, is in search of the true hira.
May this playlist be all the courage and inspiration you need, O high-level meeting in Jawahar Bhawan.