Gone are the days when the houses of the parliament were called Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, from the looks of it all, the next generation might just mistake them to be ‘Lok Sabha Adjourned’ and Rajya Sabha Adjourned’. The current session of the parliament has been making headlines for reasons which leave India ashamed. The job of our elected leaders is to come to conclusions for the betterment of the Indian democracy and formulate policies to strengthen this poverty stricken nation, most of them seem to be soaking in the sun outside the parliament house, out on suspension or in protest.
Though we can blame this on the ever-present, hardly necessary game of thrones the two major opposition parties spend all their time playing, its starting to take a toll on the general public and their opinions. While you can vote for one over the other by choice, with the current session in pseudo-progress mode you can barely juxtapose this herd from a herd, preferably of animals. This desolate picture that our parliamentarians paint, led us to unearth a series of adverts by The Hindu. Hilarious, mischievous and offering a tongue-in-cheek commentary on the real parliamentarians and their influence on the youth, they will leave your sides hurting.