What a drama enacted a day before the AICC session by mother and scion of the Nehru dynasty! It was announced that Rahul Gandhi will not be a candidate for PM’s post. Another drama unfolded with RaGa’s oratorical debuct mesmerising the gathering clapping their hands and hearts out at the mention of twelve gas cylinders. “Mr Rahul Gandhi” apart from gas cylinders aren’t there grave problems facting the nation? Have you ever given a thought to border problems with China and Pakistan and home grown terrorism? What about Kashmir your great grandfather’s heritage? Mr RaGa can you deliver the goods and fufill the aspirations of Bharatiyas? Are you strong and mature enough to guide the people of Bharat towards progress and prosperity? Do you have the experience and determination for this uphill task?
SHANTA DYUTHIKAR, 39,15th Cross, Malleshwaram , Bengaluru
Aam Aadmi’s failure: A lesson to India
(Organiser, 16.3.2014); In his weekly article in Organiser, Shri MV Kamath has pointed out that Shri Arvind Kejriwal has demonstrated that he is not fit to govern as he is an anarchist. Instead of supporting the biggest party, the BJP, Mr Kejriwal took support of the Congress Party, a party without any sense of shame and ran the Delhi government for hardly two months making it worse than it was earlier. Shri Kamath rightly hopes that in the re-election the people of Delhi will threw out the AAP lock, stock and barrel since it has demonstrated that it is incompetent to govern.
CBD RAO, 39, 15th Cross , Malleshwaram, Bengaluru: 560 003
Lalu at large
Lalu Prasad Yadav had been convicted for corruption after 17 years of long investigation and a trial. He was in jail for a few days and has come out on bail. He is now fully involved in his old business of politics. Jagan Mohan Reddy was incarcerated for about an year in Chenchelguda Jail with numerous allegations of corruption and evil gains. He is also at large with full freedom to practice his politics. My point is, then what is the purpose of anti-corruption law ? Is it only to give some entertainment for some time to the people or to just fool them ? If people who are convicted can easily come out on bail from the prison and continue with their old ways then , why should we spend money on the CBI and the courts ?
DR TH CHOWHARY, Secunderabad: 500 009
(Organiser, 2.3.2014); This refers to Bali Profoundly Intimate” by Shyam Parande in Organiser. As mentioned in the write-up also, Indonesia is a Muslim country. But Shri Parande has ignored the fact, that there is steep rise of Islamic fundamentalism in Indonesia, and due to this there is steep rise in Muslim population in Bali, reducing Hindu population from 94 per cent to 84 per cent in a decade which is alarming. This can result in complete liquidation of the Hindus, if we see the behaviour of Muslim majority throughout the world. This phenomenon of reduction in Hindu population is very much applicable to India. Hindus in India got a golden opportunity of exchange of population, with Pakistan, as proposed by Jinnah several times, and suggested by Dr Ambedkar also, but due to treachery by Gandhi, Nehru and Congress leaders we lost it. Since truncated India is not a Hindu country, there is little that India could do to help the Hindus of Bali in Indonesia. Priority should be to make truncated India a Hindu (Sikhs, Jains & Buddhists included) nation, so that we could help the Hindus outside India. It is a matter of shame, that for one billion (100 crore) Hindus, there is no exclusive homeland in the whole world. Even the small Hindu country of Nepal is no more a Hindu country, all due to treachery by the anti-Hindu Congress ruled India.
ANand Prakash, 72/Sector 8, Panchkula :134 109