MPs bemoan at almost-free lunch, shocked at prices of private Cos

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  1. Ray

    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    No wonder that the MP, Fudge Babbar, says that he can get a meal in Bombay for Rs 10!

    If an MP pays Rs 3 only for a serving of dal, and Matar paneer, another popular dish with the MPs, sold at Rs 20 per plate, then how would he know what it really costs?

    No wonder they are shocked that Haldiram's is asking for Rs 50, MTR for Rs 60 and ITC for Rs 75 per serving. Matar paneer, another popular dish with the MPs, is sold at Rs 20 per plate. Haldiram's rate is Rs 60, MTR's Rs 75 and ITC is asking for Rs 80 to provide a meal for the MPs. Freeloading is indeed addictive, leading to delusional conclusions.
     
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  3. Daredevil

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    Even at no-profit basis, Rs 3 daal is impossible. These MPs should go outside and know what are the real prices people are paying. I'm sure they know it but just doing theatrics for the media.
     
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    These MPs should bring their own lunch packs like everybody else does.
     
  5. anoop_mig25

    anoop_mig25 Senior Member Senior Member

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    Wait till railway is forced to buy this foods from mtr haldiram and and teh subdisied and sold to his MPs .

    why doesnt APP mp`s protest against it they can protest against corruption , inflation on streets but what about this corruption by MPs
     

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