Jaitley annoyed as man asks for Hindi translation of ‘bullet train’


New Delhi:  Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley was visibly annoyed on Sunday when a man interrupted him during an event here and sought to know the Hindi equivalent of ‘bullet train.

A visibly annoyed Jaitley then told him to be a “little serious”.

“Be a little serious please. You have been noticed once, thoda serious hone ka… gambhir hone ka bhi prayas kijiye (try to be serious).”

The man, however, persisted he had raised a “very serious” issue.

On September 14, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe laid in Ahmadabad in Gujarat the foundation stone of the country’s first 508-km high-speed bullet train between Mumbai and Ahmedabad.

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