(Organiser, 19.1.2014); This refers to ‘AAP leader, Yogender Yadav joins pseudo-secularists in the Organiser. Both, the print media as well as the tv channels are and have been anti-BJP and anti-Sangh parivar, and very much pro-Congress and pro anti-national forces. Since Congress is a sinking ship, the media has invented new avatars or God’s in the shape of AAP and it leaders Yogender Yadav and Kejriwal. It is a taboo for the media to say anything good for BJP, as Shri Narendra Modi aptly stated in his speech at Goa on January 12, 2014, that despite media being unfriendly to him, people supported him to win elections, three times. Certainly it would be an additional task for the BJP to fight the hostile media, but people would soon understand, that there is no difference between the Congress and AAP. Kiran Bedi has correctly said that voting for AAP is like voting for the Congress. Yogender Yadav has mentioned in Class XI, NCERT book, taught to Delhi students, that “several thousands of Hindu Kashmiri Pandits have been forced to leave their homes”. This is clearly an understatement. The fact is that entire innocent Hindu Pundit community in lakhs has been completely liquidated from their homes simply because they were Hindus, and none of them has been able to go back. On the other hand just compare his views about Gujarat. He writes that “Nearly two thousand Muslims were massacred in Gujarat in 2002.” Here he forgets that the Muslims were the first to do the crime of burning alive about 60 innocent Hindus in a train. Even in the consequent riots, Muslims killed the Hindus in localities, wherever they formed majority. And this very Yadav a top leader of the AAP, has the audacity to equate Kashmir with Gujarat, and misguide students with false notions.
Anand Prakash, 72/Sector-8, Panchkula:134 109
State robberies of Hindu temples (Organiser,1.12.2013); As a regular reader of Organiser I along with other Hindus are grateful to MV Kamath for his article on the state of affairs of our ancient temples in all states of India. The thought provoking article should at least wake up the Hindus before it is too late.Otherwise if things go on as it is, we the Hindus will have no sacred places to visit and it will be the saddest day for us. The states of Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Andhra who have taken over temple administration under some pretext or other have only been misusing the temple funds for political ends.The same politicians living on temple funds brand other Hindus as communal if they work for Hindu unity and culture. Various State Governments are also not maintaining the temple funds properly. For instance in Tamil Nadu not a day passes without a burglary in temple. I hope if not the Government at least the organisations working for Hindu cause should take up this issue to fight the menace of temple loot by anti-Hindu forces.
JR Kamath, Brooklands, Coonoor, Nilgiris
Is this law? After decades of the crime Lalu Prasad Yadav was sentenced to imprisonment. After a few days he comes out and resumes his political activity. Sanjay Dutt, a cinema personality was convicted. He spends a few months in jail and comes out on bail. Jagan Mohan Reddy, MP was put in jail for more than an year; he comes out on bail; when the trial will take place and whether any sentence will be given is not known. Some company chiefs spent about three years in jail and came out on bail. The trial is not over. Accusations of corruption, trial, jailing and bailing all appear to be a tamasha. Everyone is in his business as usual. It is obvious that corruption and trials are only entertainment and the monies gotten by these fraudsters are never recovered by the State. Even if the Lok Pal Bill becomes an Act, it will be inconsequential because there is no sincerity in enforcement of laws. They are only selectively enforced.
Dr TH Chowdary, 8, P&T Colony, Karkhana , Secunderabad: 500 009
Can US fall so low? (Organiser, 26.1.2014); The handcuffing of Devyani Khobragade, Deputy Consul General at the Indian Consulate in New York in public for being accused of a minor crime proves that the United States has scant regard for the world’s largest democracy. The docile and often confused foreign policy adopted by India towards Western countries is also to blame for the humiliating treatment that Indians are accustomed to getting not only from America and the European nations but also from the kingdoms of the Middle-East. President Barack Obama visited China and many other countries but not India. It goes without saying that the Americans would not have dared to mete out such insulting treatment to an envoy of either China or Russia for the fear of instant retaliation.India must not only condemn such reprehensible behaviour of the United States towards an Indian diplomat in strongest terms but also retaliate against American economic and military interests in whatever way it can to give the US a taste of its nuisance value. Otherwise, India shall continue to be taken for granted as a weak nation lacking courage and self respect.
Shivaji K Moitra, Kharagpur: 721 305
Water supply to Bengaluru city This refers to the news item that BWSSB Bengaluru has a proposal to bring up a project to recycle the sewage water discharged from Bengaluru city. This sewage water after primary treatment will be pumped back in to Arkavathy River. Again when this water along with rain water gets accumulated in TG Halli reservoir, it will be retreated and supplied to Bengaluru city as drinking water. As far as this treated sewage water, if restricted for agriculture purpose, it can be a laudable accomplishment. But if it is utilised for drinking purpose for the Bengaluru city, it would be disgusting and unfortunate for the people of Karnataka.
Seturam Aspari, email: [email protected]
Organiser, 22.12.2013; Sir regarding the front page of Organiser issue dated 22.12.2013 I have a suggestion to make— the election symbol of Congress i.e. the hand should have been in red colour instead of black, because it is khooni panja. It is red with the blood of the 4,000 innocent Sikhs murdered by the Congress goondas in November 1984 That is why the Sikhs call this panja a khooni panja. We will be very happy the day Congress is dethroned in the coming Lok Sabha elections. Just as the High landers in Scotland cannot forget the massacre of the Scots in Glanco on1.1.1689 we also cannot forget the massacre of the Sikhs in November 1984. Congress not only massacred the Sikhs but gave high positions to the killers of the Sikhs. They were also forcibly blocking the construction of the memorial to the Sikhs killed in November 1984. It was when the top leaders of the BJP like Rajnath Singh and Shushma Swaraj came forward that the foundation stone in the memorial of 1984 victims in Gurudwara Rakab Ganj was laid down. Still they say the Congress is a “ secular “ party
Satinder Kaur, Australia
Is Pakistan splurging for a war with India? (Organiser, 15.12.2013); A British office mandarin said—“It is not the other side you need to worry about but your own.” Yes! that applies aptly to the present conditions prevailing in Bharat. One need not look outside but inside our own country where homegrown mujahedin is making its presence and gaining day by day strength to mock at our inability to tackle terrorism and yieding to minority Muslims resorting to blackmail tactics by saying that they will support the UPA only if the Government fulfills their demands in the next few months. (Organiser November 8th editorial). Of course with a government at Delhi, a slow indecisive reluctant reformer where Hindus are concerned would willingly and happily appease the minority for the sake of votes. A government which has held on to power for a decade has brought the country to the brink of disaster; where neglected poor and middle class voice is no longer heard nor matters; where the bureaucrats who are supposed to be efficient and impartial have utterly failed in advising and guiding, all because of a puppet PM, madam and prince are holding the reins, while it is so who has the courage to defy? Confidence in the above trio is at a low and backing Narendra Modi is our bets bet. Other wise tackling the terrorist outfit IM: Which has already to its (dis) credit a history of violence and is now turning as Kamath says in the December 15 issue of Organiser) its killer eyes southwords. When, where, how, terror will be unleashed no one knows, for our intelligence system is a disaster and even warnings went unheeded as it happened in Mumbai. Where is the time for our Prime Minister to tackly these internal problems.
Shanta Dyuthikar, 39, 15the Cross, Malleshwaram, Bengaluru: 3