What Gandhi would have told Tikait, farmers on Delhi border

Gandhi had indeed found a Christopher Nolan-esque wormhole and was ready to travel through space and time to speak to Indian farmers | Image - Eunice Dhivya

One morning, India woke up to a tweet that created a storm across the world.

IM Gandhi @TheforgottenBapu: “M returning to earth for a few hours to speak to farmers. See you there #farmersprotest.”

Frenetic enquiries by the government revealed it wasn’t some Martyrs’-Day hoax. Gandhi had indeed found a Christopher Nolan-esque wormhole and was ready to travel through space and time to speak to Indian farmers. On the morning of January 30, he would interact with farmers camping on the borders of Delhi.

When the worried government heard of Gandhi’s time travel plan, it summoned an emergency meeting of its counter-offensive department. After the IT Cell head, Panna Pramukhs and Hindu Vahini had spoken, the trouble-shooter-in-chief cleared his throat.

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