Wednesday, 26 February 2014

Salman to Shallowman...

Congress leader and External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid on Tuesday launched a vicious attack on BJP's Prime Ministerial nominee Narendra Modi in his constituency Farrukhabad and slamming him for not being able to rein in violence during post-Godhra riots, called Modi 'impotent (Napunsak)'.
Its sad that the political slugfest has reached to such low level talking. This is disgraceful to say the least and that too coming from the External Affairs Minister of India, makes it even uglier. Salman Khurshid has any way failed India many times during his tenure as External Affairs Minister - whether handling China, Pakistan, Italy, Sri Lanka etc., but this time he has failed Congress, who anyway is a big failure as UPA II and most importantly failed himself. But what more one can expect from a low-life, whose NGO swindled money meant for differently abled people?
Mr. Khurshid, before you point fingers at others please accept that you were Napunsak in 1984 Sikh riot case and hundreds of riots in India since 1947 when your party was in Govt. for most of the time, you were Napunsak during 26/11 Mumbai terror attack and all other such terrorist attack cases in India during your Govt.’s tenure, you were also Napunsak when Indian soldiers were beheaded by Pakistan inside India’s territory, China’s repeated incursion cases, Italian Marine case, Devyani case in USA, as you showed impotency when the integrity, sovereignty and honour of our nation was at stake. There are several Napunsak in Congress party and its government that is why a person like you could survive here even after all the above.  You seem to be mentally handicap.  What a disgrace that congress has such a disgraceful guy like you in the party and the cabinet. To counter the increasing popularity of Narendra Modi, you and your party try to impose falsehood and propaganda on the citizens of this nation and divide them in the name of religion and spread vendetta politics, projecting it as secularism. While repeatedly flogging your only issue of 2002 Gujarat riots, you conveniently forget your party’s direct involvement in the genocide of 2733 Sikhs in Delhi in 1984. Though photographs and testimony are available of Congress leaders, leading the mobs while massacring thousands of innocent, unarmed Sikhs, nowhere the police fired a single bullet or arrested even one person. Cases were not registered and investigated. A Commission of Inquiry was constituted which came with a sham report. The Judge heading the Commission was subsequently made a Congress Party Member of the Rajya Sabha. Justice evades the victims till today inspite of irrefutable proofs available but instead of punishing the culprits, they have been rewarded with ministership and other Govt. favours. But though in Gujarat thousands of people were arrested, police fired at several places killing almost 300 rioters from both communities, you still call Modi impotent. Thousands of cases were filed and hundreds of people have been sentenced so far. Chief Minister Modi, personally went through several inquiries including the Supreme Court constituted and monitored SIT and no evidence was found against him. Even when Supreme Court exonerated Modi, you still call him impotent but when Rajiv Gandhi casually approved the 1984 riots saying that when a big tree falls, the earth shakes, you don’t find any fault with him. You said that Modi is responsible for 2002 riots as he was the CM but by the same logic don’t find it appropriate to accept that Rajiv Gandhi was responsible for 1984 riots as he was the PM. If Modi, the then CM with limited resources was impotent, then which word from English dictionary would you use to describe Rajiv Gandhi, the then PM who had much more resources to control the 1984 riots? This nation has not forgotten what you wrote about the 1984 Delhi Sikh riot in your book “At Home In India: A restatement of Indian Muslims" – that  “Hindus and Sikhs paid for their 'sins' during that riot and they got what they deserved”. And you still dare to call Narendra Modi “impotent”? This is a classic case of mass schizophrenia in Congress. The entire present leadership of Congress party is full of obnoxious and despicable persons like you.
Congress party and its leaders are so scared of losing their positions of power in the 2014 general election that they have come to loathe BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi. Their visceral hatred for Narendra Modi is rapidly crossing all the limits in the run-up to the election that is certainly going to see the rout of Congress party. Unfortunately Mr. Khurshid, Congress leaders like you falsely believe that by mounting personal attacks on the most popular leader of India, you will be able to salvage your party’s pride and fortune in the upcoming general election. You have not learnt any lessons from your colleague Mani Shankar Aiyar’s ill-fated potshot that inspired a bold new initiative from Narendra Modi called “Chai Pe Charcha”. This initiative got Narendra Modi huge publicity across the country. Following it, Rahul Gandhi issued a diktat forbidding Congress leaders from indulging in personal attacks on opponents. But you have ignored your party vice-president’s instructions and made indecent remarks of the worst kind against the man who might well be the next Prime Minister of India. Modi has a knack of turning every abuse thrown at him into his advantage. Aiyer's “Chaiwala” barb has already cost the Congress dearly. Now, just wait and watch how Modi turns your “Napunsak" abuse also into another scoring point. It is this unique trait of Modi that makes him a “Real Mard” unlike the “Namard” like Aiyer, Sibal and you. You and the Congress party will shortly regret making such a derogatory comment. Ahead of the Lok Sabha election, the Congress is not going to be able to derive any political mileage out of attacking Narendra Modi, who has silenced most of his detractors by his good governance and development oriented politics. You may have been successful in grabbing both the headlines and attention of the media, but if you think that this will translate into electoral success for you and your party, you are gravely mistaken. You have actually realised that raking up 2002 is safer than having to answer for 2004-2014. Ironically, the truth is always bitter and that is why you, Mani Shankar Aiyar or Kapil Sibal etc. have indigestion that has resulted in such verbal diarrhoea.
Mr. Khurshid, we do not care if the person leading this nation is impotent. We do not want the Prime Minister of our nation to produce babies but give us good governance. You can be very potent but we do not want potent political leaders and ministers like you producing babies like CWG scam, 2G scam, Coalgate scam, Augustawestland scam and numerous other such scam babies.  We wish the fathers of all these corrupt and criminal Congress leaders and ministers had been impotent, wish sons and sons-in-laws of all these politicians become impotent as common men of this nation are being punished for generations by these corrupt and criminal potent scumbags, whose only job is to loot the scarce resources of this nation and pass on the genes as well as the loot to their families.

Sorry Mr. Shallowman, your dangerous & notorious game plan has been exposed & will not work with the electorate this time. Before you judge someone's IMPOTENCY, you will have to give evidence of your own POTENCY. Rest assured, 2002 will not be an issue in 2014. This Govt.'s unending failures in the last 10 years will be a far bigger issue.

Sunday, 16 February 2014

Kissa Kursi Kejriwal Ka…

On the 14th of February, the nation witnessed for the first time in the history of India, the irresponsible, shameless and brazen act by an Indian Chief Minister of himself making his own Govt. collapse.  Knowing very well that he was not capable of keeping his commitments and taking the wild allegations he made against all and sundry to their logical conclusions, Arvind Kejriwal was in the lookout for an escape route to run away from responsibilities. If he would have wanted to change the system, he needed guts to fight. He had a chance as Chief Minister to usher in a new era of a truly “Aam Admi Govt.” and improve the life of millions of Aam Admi of Delhi by providing better civic amenities & infrastructure, a just & corruption free governance, with equal opportunity for a better living, which would account for every rupee spent. By being in the Govt. he could have done much more in a systematic way. However he was more interested in “Lok Sabha” than in “Lok Pal”. Kejriwal and his Ministers had shirked their ministerial responsibilities, accused everyone except themselves of being immoral and corrupt, shown scant respect to the 'rule of law' and adopted a 'my way or highway' attitude. They have in less than 50 days dumped the real 'Aam Admi' of Delhi to whom they made several poll promises. Finding that Governance is an altogether different cup of tea, Kejriwal has brilliantly orchestrated his own downfall, crying wolf and playing the role of a victim, hoping to win sympathy that will propel him to the upcoming Lok Sabha and positions of power. But he has left a feeling in the common people that only stability brings growth & riches. Activists come with personal ambition & agenda, to establish themselves at the cost of common men’s interest. They waste precious taxpayer's money, stop critical growth and leave common men in the lurch. What Kejriwal and AAP is doing is manipulating the emotions of common man to gain political mileage and has no progressive plan for the nation. The whole resignation drama was enacted as per a pre decided script. The first step was to call a press conference and file FIR on an issue which is already in the court and take big names of Central Ministers and Mukesh Ambani in the FIR. The second step was to quickly announced a mega-reward program for defaulters on power bills, saying they deserved a preferential treatment as they supported the AAP’s anti-State movement by not paying for electricity bills during Oct’12 & April’13 and the Government would also not charge penalty from them so that in case of snap polls there is a sure shot ready vote bank. At the same time it was declared that those who had paid their bills during this period would not be refunded. The third step in the script was to create a situation where the tabling of the Lokpal bill itself becomes a contentious issue as regards to the Transaction of Business Rules of the Delhi Statehood Act. The fourth step was to somehow resign and blame it on Congress and BJP.  This is a classic case of a dishonest politician, who wants to cash on ignorance of the public, extreme populism and extreme narcissism.

Otherwise, how can someone logically justify the stupid act of Arvind Kejriwal. On 14th Feb, the AAP Govt. wanted to table two bills - 1. Money bill (finance bill) & 2. Lokpal bill. For the Money bill they followed due process of consultation and approval of Lt. Governor and Home Ministry & not only tabled but got it passed. But for the Lokpal bill they didn't follow the same laid down process of the Delhi Statehood Act knowing very well that they were resorting to unconstitutional means and sure to be opposed by Lt. Governor and the opposition parties. Both Cong & BJP said that they would support the Lokpal bill but AAP should follow the constitutional process as Lt. Governor had written to the speaker of Delhi assembly not to table the bill without approval. Had Lt. Governor or Home Ministry refused to give approval for tabling this bill or after approval Cong and BJP opposed it, Kejriwal would have been justified in resigning. But without doing so he resorted to an unconstitutional act just to bail himself out from governance of Delhi as he knew that he was an utter failure as CM and was looking for an escape route to fight Lok Sabha election on sympathy wave. This is complete opportunism, falsehood and hoodwinking of the people of Delhi and the nation by framing stories of  Mukesh Ambani etc. Also, if he was against that very rule of the Delhi Constitution, he could have challenged it in the Supreme Court, got it changed and tabled the Lokpal bill and see whether Cong and BJP support or oppose it and then resign to go to the voters again. But what he did was just political theatrics.

 Arvind Kejriwal is a clever, opportunist and ambitious politician and is ready to do anything to stay in the news for free publicity and increase his appeal nationwide. Therefore, he has to invent a new fight or a new crisis or a new controversy every day to stay relevant in the minds of Indian voters.  His ultimate aim was and is to win 40 odd seats in the next Lok Sabha election and then either become a king maker or the king himself. This intention has already been made clear by Yogendra Yadav. Thus he was never interested in providing long term good governance in Delhi with hard work, sincerity and perseverance by fighting the system and brings about systemic change logically, legally and gradually.  Hence, he used Delhi for his martyrdom, so that he can take birth again as a national leader and the only messiah for the common man of this country by showing dreams to the gullible “Aam Admi”.  Delhi was just launching pad for his ambition to become a national leader and if possible Prime Minister some day and now he doesn’t need Delhi any more. He came to office with an 18 point agenda and reqd. to show equal importance and commitment to fulfilling each one of those 18 points. Though good governance is a continuous process and would not have reached the last mile post by achieving one or all of those 18 points but this agenda could have formed the basis of a clear road map for a transparent and honest governing system. Honesty is all encompassing and one can’t be honest in one issue or idea and not honest in another. But Kejriwal never believed in such virtues. He is a man in hurry to achieve his personal goal and the goal for his party. Hence he showed scant regard to the trust and belief of millions of voters of Delhi. In a large country with a complicated governing system, change can’t happen overnight but only gradually through persistence, sincerity and commitment. But he had no patience for such fair way of achieving success in bringing systemic change. He is a power hungry politician, in a hurry to achieve his political goal and therefore had this intense desire to give up office at almost any cost. Arvind and his group of activists do not have the skill set, maturity and patience for governance. Making tall claim and accusing people with sensational comments is one thing but delivering on commitments is another thing. With their leftist ideology, the Aam Admi Party’s agenda is to denounce some new entity each day, promise a permanent revolution and seek martyrdom. If only Kejriwal had his intention honest and committed to the cause of providing good governance to Delhi and not his eyes set on the powers in the centre, he might have succeeded in making an impact on the quality of politics in the country. But his lot is totally incompetent, incapable and inefficient and don’t have the commitment and intention to serve the people. Kejriwal showed that AAP is a big hoax and they made fools of Delhi people who voted for them. Hence, 14th Feb will remain as a disappointing day for all those honest citizens of this country, who had pinned their hopes on him for systemic change and good governance. Also why he did not seek public opinion for resigning when he took so much time in taking people’s opinion while taking support of Congress and forming the Govt? Thus he has wasted every vote he got and what is the guarantee that he won’t do it again. India in 2014 needs a change, needs stability and maturity in governance. Quitters can’t be change agents.

Sunday, 9 February 2014

Modi's Guwahati Rally & The Heads We Need to Count...

After yesterday’s rally of  Narendra Modi in Guwahati, Congress leaders, supporters  & sympathisers in Assam are a worried lot. The rising popularity graph of Narendra Modi even in Assam has already begun to give them sleeplessness nights. A day after the rally, it has been observed that a number of individuals and organizations are cracking their head to find out the exact number of attendance in the rally. But whether  50000 or 2 lacs people attended - what really matters is – A) has Modi caught the attention of people in Assam in particular and the nation in general, with the questions he is raisings about the problems the country & state of Assam is facing and it’s lack of progress in view of the misgovernance of the UPA at centre as well as the Congress Govt. in Assam?  and  B) has he been able to identify any definite, tangible and workable solution for those problems?

The answer to both the above questions is an emphatic “YES” and this is admitted even by the bitterest critics of Modi. He is a leader who has risen in the ranks by his hard work and has shown to the world what is he capable of by his innovative and progressive ideas, actions and results in the state of Gujarat.  He is “incorruptible”  and doesn’t look at governance though the “vote bank” prism and that is his greatest strength.  Modi has proved by his actions that for him “secularism is India First” &  his philosophy is “Justice to all, Appeasement to none &  that Religion should not be an instrument in our democratic process”. His mantra for governance is that “only new thoughts can bring in change - development will take place when there is an urge to go ahead to implement new ideas despite all the impediments on the way. Development is the panacea to all the problems afflicting the country”. He correctly identified that in Assam as well as in most states of India, the problem with governance and the resultant growth in economic and social parameters, is  a dearth of thoughtful & innovative ideas and a lack of effective & quick implementation. Modi has proved that he has the ability to innovate and ensure effective implementation and good governance.

After the stupendous success of his rallies all over the country, he came out triumphant even in Guwahati. The fact that Modi could hold forth on the Tarun Gogoi Govt’s ills for almost an hour in Hindi, before a large attentive audience, underlined his appeal outside the traditional catchment area of the BJP.  Whether it was the popular disgust with the misdoings of the Congress or it was due to the aura around his own public persona or a combination of both, the fact remains that Modi today is by far the most popular leader in the country. No other leader from any party can match his mass appeal.  No other Indian leader in recent times has attained such fan following in relatively such a short time. in the case of Modi, whether it was the social media or the private television channels or the “pseudo secular brigade” targeted him incessantly for a most virulent campaign of calumny and hatred or it was the popular anger against the UPA, there can be no denying that Modi has risen in the political firmament like a colossal, whether the Congress & it’s allies or the “pseudo secular brigade” likes it or not. But the irony is that except some political leaders, sympathisers and intellectuals from the secular brigade, everyone in the country can see this and understand the impact of Modi on the next general election. These few individuals have their heads buried in the sand with their smugness and self importance and are preventing those who matter from a proper appraisal of the situation on the ground.

Today, the Indian economy stands at its worst since 1991, with unemployment and inflation completely beyond the control or comprehension of the Prime Minister or Finance Minister, we have an outrageously pathetic External Affairs Minister who actually appears to be lobbying for every nation inimical to India's interests, we have a dummy &  incompetent Home Minister who is ill equipped for the demands of his ministry, we have a dozen ministers seeped in grave corruption charges. No wonder then that the government has little choice but to run for secular cover.  Secularism in India, provides a great escape route to politicians & political parties from performance & accountability. Therefore every mediocre, non-performing & corrupt Indian politician or political party is a self-proclaimed secularist.  After the Himalayan blunders created by Congress & UPA Govt. in economy, infrastructure, social issues, law & order, defence, external affairs and the loot raj they & their allies unleashed on this nation by indulging in scams in every affair of governance, they have realised that the age old  boggy of 'secularism'  would have to be their last resort to hoodwink  people. They have realised that raking up 2002 is safer than having to answer for 2004-2013. Modi rightly said earlier that whenever the Congress is faced with a challenge – whether it is corruption, price rise, directives from the Supreme Court, or a minister being jailed, or the rape of girls or an atmosphere of insecurity – they do not answer people. The moment there is a crisis, they wear a burqa (veil) of secularism and hide in a bunker. If India has to survive as a secular, vibrant democracy, all right thinking & educated citizens & voters should stand together & teach this secular brigade a lesson by throwing them out of power in the centre & states in the next election.

Modi  has told the citizens how he can revive the pride of the nation by improving it’s socio-political state, economy, internal & external security and above all defuse the time-bomb of vote bank politics to save India &  unify Indians on developmental plank.  Modi’s message is simple, powerful and has the capacity to change the fate of the nation. While the Congress & UPA Govt.  never  tires of providing the common people their “rights”, which they are entitled to by the Constitution anyway, Modi reminds the Govt. of its responsibilities and the spheres where it has failed to take action. Modi rightly says that we need freedom from the status quoist mindset and that the nation is "restless" for a change

People have made up their mind whom to vote for in next election and sadly for Congress, young India understands Congress’s ploy better than the previous generations and it’s a much more smarter India now. There is no sympathy wave this time around on which Raul Gandhi and Congress can ride the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty to power again. This Nehru-Gandhi dynasty is the root cause of all problems plaguing India today and they have inflicted more harm than any other enemy to this nation. That someone as intellectually handicapped as Rahul Gandhi could think of becoming  India’s Prime Minister and that some people who are members or beneficiaries of Congress party and it’s allies enthusiastically endorses his candidature is one of our many descents from the times of the iconic Gandhi to that of his surname hybrids. The culture of “chamchagiri” in the Congress party  has converted it into an extension of the whims & fancies and insecurities of a single individual and a family. Here loyalty to the party is judged by the loyalty to an individual and a family. This family has destroyed every democratic institution in this country, so that nobody can “challenge” their autocratic rule in furthering the cause of the dynasty and converted the Congress into a family business.  Congress has tricked, suppressed, discredited any opposition leader or party that tried to “challenge”  it or it’s dynastic leadership. Narendra  Modi has risen as the greatest challenger to the rotten dynastic rule of Congress and it’s politics of caste & religious  divide, corruption & misgovernance and everything else in the name of "secularism" and "pluralism". The congress trickster would do anything to continue the legacy of the dynasty to remain in power.   But they should realize that it's high time now for this family to leave from the Indian political scene with some respect still remaining. You either die as hero or live long enough to see yourself become villain. This election is for a change.

If only our “aam aadmi” are “alive” to the fact that this Nehru-Gandhi Dynasty has been the bane of our country and it took a “chaiwala” from Gujarat, who is a dalit and who doesn’t need Jupiter’s escape velocity, to give a clarion call for a Congress Free India, should be determined to write an epitaph about this dynasty by not only defeating Congress and it’s allies in 2014 general election but must also ensure that Congress is cut into pieces and never able to get  near power again. The ecosystem built around the Congress garbage truck is massive. Once the hydra's head is cutoff, the backs of each one of the corrupted institutions need to be broken and rebuilt. Voting out Congress in 2014 is only the beginning and not the end.

Modi has already arrived on the national scene and he can’t be wished away. Those who in Indian Polity and Media, don’t subscribe to this view should start living with this reality. Atleast  Modi has made the nation and it’s people aware,  why and who they should listen to if they want to reclaim their pride in the 21st century world.