Organiser 22.12.2013 This refers to recently held election results of Delhi Vidhan Sabha and emergence of Aam Aadami Party (AAP) led by Arvind Kejriwal. Anandshankar Pandya and MV Kamath, under the headings ‘AAP, Congress and the BJP’ and ‘Victory in the semi-finals’ in Organiser dated 22.12.2013, have suggested that BJP and AAP should join hands to form Government in the larger interest of Delhi. It is my firm opinion, that it is neither in the interest of Delhi, nor in the national interest. AAP uses abusive language against the BJP, and compare it with the Congress. Even ordinary voters clearly understand the difference between the BJP and the Congress and voted BJP to power in the three big states with thumbing majority. It is very unfortunate that Kejriwal and his associates are unable to find difference between the BJP and the Congress. However it is a fact, that with its shrill voice, AAP has been able to befool a section of the Delhi voters, by exploiting their sentiments against price rise and corruption. In fact Kejriwal is no different from Congress in appeasement of Muslims. Views of AAP are not different from the Congress on various important issues like Article 370 in J&K, reservations for Muslims on communal lines, illegal Bangladeshi Muslim infiltrators, jihadi terrorists, social and ethical values, cow slaughter, foreign policy and economic policy, etc.
ANAND PRAKASH, 72/Sector-8, Panchkula: 134 109
Sardar Patel and RSS (Organiser, 8.12.2013); The article captioned ‘Sardar Patel and RSS’ by Shri MGVaidya in Organiser is really informative and a praise worthy. As an old swayamsevak I was able to amass a lot of information from that article. Now, almost all newspapers are full of news regarding RSs, Sardar Patel and Modi. Shri KM Munshi Former Food Minister has written a lot in praise of RSS in his famous book The Indian constitutional documents:The Pilgrimage to Freedom. Just for information sake I am quoting one para from the book, “The members of RSS, with rare courage, saved a large number of women and children from being butchered; they also setup improvised fire brigades to prevent the houses of Hindus from being gutted.” (Page 132) The relationship between Pandit Nehru and Sardar Patel was not good at that time. The climax was thus; I quote Shri Munshi again: “When Sardar Patel died in Bombay, Jawaharlal Nehru issued a direction to ministers and secretaries not to go to Bombay to attend the funeral.” (Page 289). Let me conclude this letter with the words of Rajmohan Gandhi’s article written in Indian Express dated 5.11.1985 titled, ‘Greatness Under Purdah’which says. “Spine and soul do not tell all about Vallabhai. There was third asset, his heart. This was kept under Purdah. Very few knew of it. The Mahatma and his wife Kasturba were among those who did.” So, a ‘Statue of Unity’ as planned by Shri Modi is inevitably necessary to commemorate the inevitable Sardar, the unifier of India.
AR DIVAKARAN, AP Raman Road, Valapad: 680 567, Dist.:Thrissur
Funds allocation by CCI This refers to the news item that the CCI(Cabinet Committee on Investment) has cleared five oil and gas projects totally worth Rs.7,947.00 crore.Why is it that a part of that huge fund is not diverted and envisaged for the development and promotion of gobar gas hence availing eco-friendly fuel and thereby also sustaining our cow wealth of our country and thus also encouraging organic farming. But this cannot happen under UPA Government, since they need our cows for meat and leather to appease our minorities, secure their vote-bank,also gain cream profit by its export and not not for gobar gas and organic manure.In this way not only our cow wealth but also our country will get lost one day.
Seturam Aspari, email:[email protected]
Communal Violence Bill The Communal Violence Bill, in its original form, had stipulated that the responsibility for any future riot would solely lie with the majority community. And here comes the real hitch. If a Shia-Sunni riot erupts, or clashes take place between the Savarnas and Dalits, or other sectarian violence, who among them would be classified as the majority? Above all, what would be the case if disturbances take place in Mallapuram (Kerala), an officially declared Muslim majority district? Further, in the event of a communal riot breaking out in Jammu & Kashmir, who would be treated as the majority and minority? Or, in keeping with the Nehrus pet theory of Special Status, the law would not be made applicable to J & K?
Arun Malankar, Santa Cruz (E), Mumbai: 400 098
Two sides of the same coin (Organiser, 8.12.2013); At the outset I congratulate Organiser and all its well-wishers for the victory of the BJP, a symbol of patriotic political party. This is with reference to the front page article ‘Two sides of the same coin’ in Organiser. I fail to understand that without any complain or FIR what was so urgent and serious to send a special police team by plane to arrest Kanchi Peeth Shankaracharya at odd hours. This is purely a vindictive attitude of anti-Hindu forces politically patronised by Sonia Gandhi. Initially police said that they have come only for enquiry but immediately arrested him and took him to Chennai where against odd hours a court was arranged and immediately Shankaracharya was sent to jail for 15 days without allowing him the Fundamental Rights to defend himself. What a serious violation of Human Rights. The entire nation protested against this foul game of Sonia but she did not deter. The false case continued on Shankaracharya from 11.11.2004 to 2013. Now since he has been released by court with all due respect why media is not giving importance to this news? The conspirators should be send to jail in the same way as Sharkaracharya was sent. This will promote natural justice.
SUHASINI Pramod Valsangkar, Dilsukhnagar, Hyderabad:60
A happy moment We are very happy at the landslide victory of the BJP in the recent Assembly elections. We are much delighted that the killers of the Sikhs (Congress) have been totally wiped out. We expect a BJP Government at the Centre after the parliamentary elections in 2014. The Sikhs in India are safe only under a BJP Government at the Centre.
Satinder Kaur, Australia, e-mail: [email protected]