“Clean my toilet,” said principal to peon in the India Public School.
“I’m a peon,” asserted the peon.
“Narendra Modi is our Prime Minister, you know,” said the principal menacingly. “You have to obey now.”
“I choose to quit.” The peon was very proud of his caste profession.
The peon resigned. “Dignity of labour,” he gave reason.
And he became a toilet cleaner in Mona Towers built on land taken over from farmers by Namo Builders and Developers in collaboration with the USA.
The only problem now is that he doesn’t know how to convert dollars into Indian rupees. J