Robert Vadra’s unaccounted wealth Using Organiser, as a platform I want to request Shri Varun Gandhi to raise the following issues in the Parliament and with other agencies. 1. TATAs took 100 years to become billionaire, Ambanis took 50 years(after utilising all their resources), whereas Robert Vadra took less than 10 years to become fastest multi billionaire. 2. All newspapers are scared to discuss the story of Robert Vadra because of severe threat from Sonia Gandhi and Congress government. 3. After Robert Vadra got married with Priyanka Gandhi, Robert’s father committed suicide under mysterious circumstances, his brother was found dead in his Delhi’s residence and his sister was found dead under mysterious car accident. These reports were not published in any Indian media. 4. He is having stakes in Malls in premier locations of India, he is having stakes in DLF IPL, and DLF itself. He was involved in CWG corruption — DLF was responsible for development of Commonwealth games, and Kalmadi gave favouritism to DLF because of Robert Vadra’s direct interest and business partnership with DLF. 5. Robert Vadra owns many Hilton Hotels including Hilton Gardens, New Delhi 6. Robert Vadra’s association with Kolkata Knight Ryders has never been reported by Indian media 7. He has 20 per cent ownership in Unitech, Biggest beneficiary ownership of 2G Scam. 8. He owns prime property in India specially commercial hubs, and taxi business but for Air Taxi. He owns few private planes as well. 9. He has direct link with Italian businessman Quattrochi. 10. The Bureau of Civil Aviation Security has created a record of sorts by according special privilege to Robert Vadra, which entails him to walk in and out of any Indian airports without being subject to any security check. Only the President of India , Vice-President and a handful of other top dignitaries have been accorded this rare distinction. As a concerned citizen, I would like to know from the Government as to what is the special quality in Mr. Vadra that merits this rare honour. The government has no right to go in for such largesse that concerns with the security of the general public just for pleasing the son-in-law of Sonia Gandhi. Wake up fellow Indians. Fight against corruption.
—BK Chaudhari, email: [email protected]
A nation in a self-destructive mood (Organiser, 4.9.11); The writer Shri MV Kamath has discussed in detail, as to why public opinion is not reflected in the poll results. Indian politics is certainly very complicated and blind copy of the western system and does not suit India. There are two most important factors, which Shri Kamath has not mentioned in his analysis. First is the Muslim vote bank. Muslims in general vote for those political parties, which appease them and give them undue favours. Congress has been the biggest beneficiary of the Muslim vote bank and the BJP the worst sufferer. This is a fact, which, nobody can deny. The second factor is, divide Hindus on the basis of caste and all possible issues like women empowerment, rich verses poor, rural verses urban, language and region, etc. Since 90 per cent Muslims cast their votes, against about 50 per cent Hindus voters, Muslims always have an upper hand. This is a very dangerous phenomena, more so as the Muslim population is continuously increasing. No political party dares to mention these facts, as they are afraid of being denounced as communal, creating hatred and punishable under Section 153-A of the IPC. Corrupt Congress candidates, get elected through this Muslim vote bank. Thus Congress is the root cause of corruption and is ruling India with the help of Muslims.
—Anand Prakash, 72/Sector-8, Panchkula-134 109
Factual errors, bundle of lies in the riot complaint that failed legal scrutiny(Organiser, 2.9.11); The article is an eye opener to those who are against Shri Modi and calls him communal. I don’t know on what basis people criticise Shri Narendra Modi. Immediately after the 2002 violence Shri Modi called for elections and asked the people of Gujarat to not to vote for him if they thought that he was guilty. It is worthy to that he emerged victorious. This clearly shows that people have faith in Shri Modi. The charges which are put on Modi are a bundle of inexplicable factual errors, legal loopholes and wild allegations and virtually look like tutored complaints, simply impossible to prove. I feel we have developed a tendency to doubt every leader because historically politicians have abused their power more often than not. We need to break free of this mentality and follow Shri Modi’s growth and development strategy.
—TK RAGHAVAN, 8/7 Hutchins Road, Bengaluru
Diabolic but credible plot I read Organiser regularly and weep silent tears at the state of the nation. Please keep your good work going. The quality of your reports may wake up plenty of Hindus across the globe to some action. Regarding the regular sequential bomb blasts I have noticed one thing that they occur whenever the Congress Government is in a tight corner. Maybe all the terrorists are in Government’s payroll and are given a nod to go about with their job of massacre. Congress is capable of doing anything and will not hesitate to partition and fragment the country any more just to stay in power. In fact Congress is directed by international corporates who are bent upon plundering our nation and Antonia and Rahul are their agents.
—Ravi Ramamurthi, email: [email protected]
Contempt of court by whom? The matter of controversial appointment of Gujarat Lokayukta is subjudice in Gujarat High Court. Under the circumstances a dissent letter written to PM by the CM Shri Narendra Modi on it amounts contempt of court as opined by two petitioners who filed petition against Shri Modi and solicited legal action on him. As per etiquette no comments should be made on any matter if it is subjudice. But this simple commandment is not being followed scrupulously. If Shri Modi’s mere letter amounts contempt of court what about Congress and its syncopates who have been constantly, deliberately, deceitfully and shamelessly accusing patriotic organisation, RSS, for assassination of Mahtma Gandhi despite it was exonerated by the Judiciary and made it clear that RSS has nothing to do with his assassination. Does it not amount to contempt of court. If legal action is initiated on these liars(Congress fellows) all of them will have to go to jail. Another illustration of contempt of court. Comments are often being made frequently on border dispute between Maharashtra and Karnataka by Congress and its allies despite matter is subjuice. Maharashtra government itself has filed petition in the Supreme Court. Does it not amount contempt of court. Comments made by the Congress government are certainly contemptible. Question arises, who has to take action on whom, how and when.
—SRIDHAR V KULKARNI, Kalyan (West) Maharashtra
Christians playing a policy of divide and rule Global Islamic terrorism views forces of Christianity, under the leadership of America and England, trying to reign over the world as their enemies. At global level, Christians, under the yoke of Vatican, declared Muslims as their enemies. It is a wonder that this friction when reaches India, becomes languid and obscure. Notwithstanding the fact that India continues to be the worst victim of Islamic terrorism Christians in the country are hob-nobing with Muslim terrorists. This situation arises because both these communal forces reckon Hindus as their common enemies. Christians who oppose Islamic terrorism with tooth and nail outside India maintain a conciliatory attitude towards them inside India. Catholic Council of Kerala took a lenient attitude towards Islamic terrorists who cut away the hand of a college professor, alleging he hurt their religious sentiments. The incident that drew wrath of the public in Kerala was characterised as a non-issue by Kerala Catholic Bishop Council. We should not forget that it is the agenda of the forces of Christianity having international link, leadership and money power beyond imaginable proportions to exploit the situation by putting Indian Muslims against Hindus.
—Dr Ranjith K Moorthy, Dept of Neuro Sciences, CMC Hospital, Vellore – 632 004
Highest office is of citizens’ According to self attested affidavits submitted by MPs to the Election Commission (EC), 158 MPs (nearly 30 per cent of the current Lok Sabha) have criminal charge sheets pending against them. Of these, 76 MPs (including 13 from the Congress) are charged with serious criminal offences like murders, kidnappings, extortions and rapes, etc. The tyranny of these elected MPs and those who gave them tickets to contest for Parliament, subverts our democracy. Parliament represents the sovereign will of the people. In a democracy as US Supreme Court’s Justice Felix Frank further said, “the highest office is the office of the citizens”. The Congress, must absorb that democratic axiom and shed its feudal skin or risk defeat at the next general elections.
—Mahesh Chandra Sharma, E-198, Panki, Kanpur
Bill must be implemented It is good that the National Advisory Council (NAC) approved the draft of the Food Security Bill. The Bill aims at granting every person the right of access to sufficient and safe food. We say that we are a developing country, but still thousands of people go to sleep hungry. The question is, how much will people below the poverty line benefit from this food security law? It has been seen in the past that most of the food for the poor did not reach them. The Bill must be implement in letter and spirit.
—Raminder Singh, B-224, Naraina Industrial Area, Phase:1
Beware of rumour mongers I have never been a member of the RSS but I have a met couple of RSS pracharakas during the course of my life. Their dedication to the nation and the organisation, disciplined lifestyle, selfless service and above all their ever-readiness to help people in distress have left a lasting impression in my mind. It seems to me that RSS is trying its best to instill some steel into the national spine. Therefore, it’s indeed tragic and a matter of shame that a certain segment of people especially among the English educated class equate RSS with Taliban or al Qaeda. The common epithet hurled at RSS is that it’s a communal organisation targeting the people of other religions, especially the Muslims. To counter such misguided people I have a suggestion to these people, to read about RSS and see the national building social activities of the RSS, themselves, rather than to have misconception about the organisation from rumour mongers.
—R K Misra email: [email protected]
Learn from Gujarat The Supreme Court complementing the Gujarat government on its land acquisition policy is a clear reflection of good governance in the State. Further the high level of industrialisation in the State, which by the way has contributed immensely to industrialisation growth in the country, go hand in hand with the interests of the farming community. This has been possible only because the State has a zero tolerance policy towards corruption. On the other hand the Supreme Court’s intervention in UP land acquisition case is a good news for small farmers whose lands are their only livelihood. UP Chief Minister Mayawati is giving away agricultural land to private builders in the guise of development and making money for her party. The State is in a bad shape as far as development and law and order is concerned.
—Ritha Sagar, Chennai
Classic example of oxymoron It is a classic case that Amar Singh who has been, jailed for alleged corruption, is retained as Member of Standing Committee on Lokpal Bill by Hon Speaker of the Lok Sabha.
—A K R Hemmady, email: [email protected]
Everyone will be effected except UPA government Almost two months after the triple blasts in Mumbai comes the news about the bomb explosions in the premises of the Delhi High Court. Whereas the investigating agencies are still groping in the dark about the brains behind the first one, another suspected terror strike within a span of 54 days must have come as bolt from the blue for the overburdened sleuths. But this will have no effect on the UPA government, since they have taken an oath to ruin this country.
—Arun Malankar, email: [email protected]