Modi is to lead the nation into the pinnacle of glory—Dr Swamy
Dr Subramaniam Swamy recently addressed a well attended gathering in Kochi. The programme was organised under the joint auspices of BJP Intellectual Cell, New Delhi and Manthra of Developing India (MoDI), Kochi at the YMCA Hall, Ernakulam. The programme was attended by about 300 people representing the opinion making class in Kochi, viz., doctors, engineers, lawyers, businessmen, working class, bankers, social workers, teachers, students, etc. A good number of them were women. Dr Swamy declared that Narendra Modi is definitely going to be the next PM; it is as certain as the sun rise in the east.
Dr Swamy, in his speech, condemned the corrupt Manmohan Singh regime. He told that it is Narendra Modi who is going to lead this country into the pinnacle of glory. He spelt out lot of plans in connection with the economic policy envisaged by the NDA Government. Abolition of all direct taxes was one among them. He said, the middle class is the only section who pays tax sans any fraudulent methods. Rich people deploy “clever” auditors and they advise them how to evade taxes of crores of rupees. Poor class does not have to pay either. So, one per cent transaction tax will be most transparent and fruitful method of revenue for the government.
At the same time the future NDA Government will take action to bring back all the monies deposited by Indian in tax havens, that itself will make India richer than any advanced country.
Felicitation of martyrs’ family members in Dehradun
Devbhoomi Vikas Sansthan organised a function in Dehradun to honour the family members of some martyrs. Prominent among those who were honoured on the occasion included the sister (Dalbir Kuar) and wife (Sukhpreet Kaur) of Sarabjit Singh, who was brutally killed in Pakistani Jail last year. Equally, the family members of Vinod Bisht who killed a Pakistani prisoner in J&K Jail after the assassination of Sarabjit Singh. Speaking on the occasion, Acharya Balkrishna of Patanjali Yogapeeth said what the Government of India could not do was done by Vinod Bisht. Dalbir Kaur said had the foreign policy and diplomacy of India was in perfect shape Sarabjit would have returned safe and we all were not shading tears on his martyrdom. She said there are many Indian prisoners who are languishing in Pakistani jails but the Government of India is doing nothing for their release.
Former Minister in Uttarakhand Government and national secretary of BJP Shri Trivendra Rawat called upon the people to contribute for the uplift of the people who are deprived. He said it is also the responsibility of the society to look after the family members of the martyrs. Devbhoomi Vikas Sansthan also decided to bear the educational expenses of several meritorious girls. At the function two girls, Mansi and Priya, were handed over cheques of Rs 2.5 lakh each.