No more unemployment as Vivek Oberoi becomes the first actor to get benefit under new 10% reservation quota : Modi

08, Jan 2019 By sameer mahawar

The newly introduced 10% reservation for poor upper middle class category has got his first beneficiary when it landed Vivek Oberoi to act in biopic of PM Modi.

As soon as he learnt that Vivek Oberoi (the hibernation mode actor) will play his role, the Hon’ble PM of India lauded his government’s move of introducing 10% quota and boasted about the employment rate in country quoting. He asked the journalists-turned-economists to check the ground reality first and then talk about negatives of the Indian Economy.

The recent report from CMIE (Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy) states that during the past year 11 million jobs have been lost.

PM Modi thrashed this statement and spoke in his Gujarati-English accent, “When Vivek Oberoi can get a job to do, then it can’t be intense for other people in India to find a daily wage. The government has kept the likes of Vivek Oberoi, Tusshar Kapoor, Abhishek Bachchan and Dino Morea as a benchmark to check the level of employment and formulate such reservation policies in the country. Till the time these people are getting acts to perform, there is no question of unemployment in India.”

Modi has also requested to name the movie as “Chai-wala Prime Minister” so that more people engage in tea selling business and employment rate further gets improved.

Bollywood itself also runs its own rozgaar yojanas under the brands “Golmaal” and “Dhoom” wherein the career of few actors is revived every three years.