Ankit Love Announces Candidacy for Prime Minister of India With $2 Billion Campaign Budget From Monte Carlo
This story was featured in India's prestigious Outlook Magazine.
MONTE-CARLO, MONACO - Ankit Love, singer/rapper with over 10 million YouTube views, and the youngest Mayor of London candidate in history, in a press conference held today at Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo, proudly announced his candidacy for the Prime Minister of India elections to be held in 2019.
Ankit Love on London Live TV News.
As his prime policy measure, Ankit Love passionately spoke of waging a war on air pollution, under emergency provisions of part eighteen of the Constitution of India. The invisible holocaust from the air pollution pandemic, is now far more severe than climate change, and kills over 1.1 million innocent people each year in India. With one Indian killed every 30 seconds, air pollution now kills more people than malaria, HIV/AIDS, TB, alcohol consumption and car accidents combined. It is also crippling the nation’s developing economy, as air pollution’s invisible trail of mass murder now costs $5.1 trillion (₹34,021,896 crore) annually to the global economy.
Later in the day, Ankit Love privately entertained casino investors at the adjacent Casino de Monte-Carlo. Love, will raise his $2 billion election campaign budget by online crowd funding, and backing international billionaire casino tycoons, including Prince Albert II of Monaco, main shareholder of casino operator SBM group, Steve Wynn, and Sheldon Adelson, who with a net worth $32.2 billion (₹214,805 crore), was the largest donor towards Donald Trump’s presidential campaign. Ankit Love, at the event announced the launch of his new website, designed to take donations ranging from $0.01 (₹0.67) to $20,000,000 (₹133 crore) digitally, and instantly. In exchange for their $2 billion (₹13,341 crore) donation to Ankit Love’s prime ministerial campaign fund, Love will grant tax advantages and casino development rights to the billionaire casino tycoons, in his Great Indian Desert constituency of Barmer, Rajasthan. As the second largest parliamentary constituency in India, after Ladakh, Barmer is 78,000 sq km of deprived desert waste lands, approximately twice the size of Switzerland, or all of Scotland.
In the Great Indian Desert, Ankit Love will build the world’s largest eco-casino resort city, over twice the size of Las Vegas, as a special economic zone named after his mother, Jai Devi. Ankit Love’s $1 trillion (₹6,669,050 crore) Jai Devi, eco-city development will include casinos, hotels, offices, spas, apartments, concert halls, night clubs, art galleries, universities, solar power stations and a spaceport, all finished to world class standard to foster an era of growth and opportunities for the long neglected tribes of his remote desert constituency. One of the casinos already planned, is the Ravana resort, that will be clad in more gold than any other building in the world. Jai Devi city will also host the world’s tallest building, Shakti Tower. With 636 floors, standing at 2 km (2,000-meters) tall, and based on cutting-edge breakthroughs in modular construction technology by Chinese billionaire Yhang Yue, the Shakti Tower will take just four months to build, and will be 50% reserved for homeless people from Rajasthan, thus eradicating homelessness in the state. Shakti Tower, will completely dwarf it’s nearest rival, the 838-meters tall Burj Khalifa, Dubai, and the under construction 1,008-meters tall, Jeddah Tower in Saudi Arabia. Jai Devi will be serviced by it’s own spaceport, built to a higher standard and capacity than Spaceport America, who’s billionaire tenants already include Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic, and Tesla electric car company CEO, Elon Musk’s SpaceX. Jai Devi Spaceport will also be the central hub for Love’s all new Air India fleet of zero-emission hydrogen aircrafts, commissioned as part of his war on air pollution. Jai Devi Spaceport will be the world’s most connected flight facility, and connect to major Indian cities by a cutting edge 1,200 km/hour Hyperloop train transport system, reducing journey times from Jai Devi to New Delhi and Bombay, to under one hour, from the present 15 plus hours. Love's Hyperloop line will also connect New Delhi to Bombay via Jai Devi in under 2 hours by the Hyperloop train system.
Swiss investment banking analysts believe that, “Ankit Love’s scheme will be oversubscribed, as it is a virtual monopoly in the South Asian and Middle Eastern gaming markets, given the restrictive legislative climate, in relations to large scale casino developments in the region.” Investment analysts also pointed out that Macau, China’s far east special economic zone, is only 35 sq km and yet generated seven times more casino revenues than Las Vegas. The lack of gambling development opportunities in Asia, has lead billions being invested in casino developments in Macau over the last decade, with a further $9.9 billion (₹66,040 crore) in casino investments committed to the tiny enclave last year.
Ankit Love’s entire Jai Devi city, will be powered by the world’s largest solar power station built in the Great Indian Desert. With about half of the Jai Devi development budget of $500 billion (₹3,334,525 crore), the solar power plant will cover approximately 20,000 sq kilometres of desert and generate 1,700 gigawatts, enough to power all of India’s electricity demands with clean energy and without outages. It will save the Indian economy trillions of dollars over a decade, by saving millions of lives from the killer air pollution pandemic. India’s entire installed power generation capacity is currently just 314 gigawatts. Jai Devi city will also host the world’s top science and medical research institute, Bhim University, named after Ankit Love’s father, and offer free education to the area’s previously deprived people.
When asked at the Monaco press conference, about his father’s recent support for the stone pelting protesters in Kashmir, Ankit Love emotionally spoke of several assassination attempts on his father, Prof. Bhim Singh by the Indian government leaders since 1966, including him surviving a poisoning attempt in prison in the 1970s, and then another assassination attempt in 1985 after his false arrest and illegal detainment, while an elected MLA. Ankit Love, remembered the 1966 student protests lead by Prof. Bhim Singh in Jammu and Kashmir, when the chief of police shot a bullet at Ankit Love’s father, who was rallying for construction of a new university. Bhim Singh only narrowly survived then, as MP Khosla threw the police chief off balance. However, the bullet hit and killed Bhim Singh’s best friend Gurcharan Singh, now remembered as a martyr of the 18 October Movement, which led to the founding of Jammu University.
Ankit Love spoke strongly in support of his father’s efforts in the Indian Supreme Court this year, for protecting the constitutional rights of Indian citizens in Kashmir and attempts to permanently ban the use of pellet guns that have left thousands of innocent young boys and girls permanently disfigured or blinded. Love demanded that “the government leaders better now follow the advice of the Indian army to end use of the medieval pellet guns, and adopt modern non-impact sonic LRAD systems.” Ankit Love further demanded that the 13,000 youths illegally detained in jails across India, as highlighted yesterday in the news by Prof. Bhim Singh, be released immediately. Love also highly praised the Panthers Party, lead by his father, for it’s decades long revolutionary fight for truth, liberty and justice for all, and against the gross criminal conduct of villainous and fraudulent governmental bodies from Kashmir to Palestine.
Ankit Love, as Prime Minister of India, will also put the first woman on Mars, carrying the Indian flag by 2027.