Article Title: Pakoranomics: Besanlal’s micro-view on budget macro-issues

 

Article Summary

BachiK arkaria in this sarcastic article gives us a fresh perspective about the Budget through the spicy words of Besanlal Bhajiawala. He explained some macro – economic terms (macro economics deal with the country on the whole) of importance through the lucidity of food items.

He compares balancing of the Budget with the no. of pakoras he has to make; as a surplus of pakoras would mean deficit and this deficit (leftover pakoras) means no income. He also commented on Aggregate Demand through his own rhetorical stance. While concluding he gave an honorable mention to humble Aloo- Pyaaz and it’s power to topple government; advised our Finance Minister (Mr. ArunJatiely) to be careful as the common man and commodities are price sensitive and may not go in favour with him, as there is a possibility of elections coming soon.

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Words to learn from this Article:

Tallying – be compatible; similar or consistent
Elitist – a person who believes that an elite (superior in terms of ability or quality to the rest of the society
Volatile – liable to change rapidly and unpredictably, especially for the worse
Vagaries – an unexpected and inexplicable change in a situation
Frayed – worn at the edges
Astute – having or showing an ability to accurately assess situations
Outlay– an amount of money spent on something
Lucidly – easy to understand
Rhetoric – the art of effective or persuasive speaking or writing, especially the exploitation of figures of speech and other compositional techniques

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