Almost 68 years have elapsed since the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi on January 30, 1948, in New Delhi. By the way, have you ever wondered what happened to his three famous monkeys?
Well, the three died in due course, but I gleaned more about their posterity:
The offsprings of the monkey that closed its eyes became judges, lawyers, policemen, and priests.
The progeny of the monkey that closed its ears became politicians, heads of governments, government officials and their lackeys.
Finally, the descendants of the third monkey that closed its mouth proliferated beyond expectation and are now the voting public
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