It is rarest of rare instances in the largest democratic country that a person was handpicked to act as Chief Executive for ten long years without peoples votes but to satisfy the personal ego of an adapted citizen. Present House must pass a law through an Act of Parliament with immediate effect to stop this nonsense; it is a mockery of democracy. Over the last ten years, unabated loot of public money continued without showing any mercy to the poor people of India and the Judiciary stood there as toothless Bulldog. Almost all the ministers including the Prime minister were deeply involved in the misappropriation of public money and none of the minister has been apprehended yet; Everything was being controlled by an invisible person from an undisclosed place, not by PM or from PM office. What more proof does one need to apprehend Man Mohan Singh who was involved very deeply in Coal block, CWG and 2G scam. Being a handpicked PM he did not have the guts to benefit himself.
TUSAR KANTI KAR
14/3/1, Sribash Dutta Lane,
Is Kejriwal Turning AAP into a Maoist Outfit?
(Organiser, 17.5.2015); Apropos of the article ‘Is Kejriwal Turning AAP into a Maoist Outfit?’, in Organiser. The daily Delhi Government’s fight with the Lt. Governor of Delhi shows the terrible conduct of the Aam Adami Party and lack of coordination and discipline in the party. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal believes in ‘My way or the highway’ theory and does not care for the established norms and procedure of governance. Basically he has got a dictatorial behaviour and believes in the theory of use and throw. He has a habit of picking up unnecessary fights to distract the attention of the general public from his poor performance. He parted company with his party’s co-founder Prashant Bhushan, Yogendra Yadav and Anand Kumar. Earlier, he had deserted his mentor Anna Hazare. Mr Kejriwal should mend his ways before it is too late and the public throws him out.
M C SHARMA
Get Converted or Get Raped
(Organiser, 10.5.2015); Shri Ajay Mittal has given a glaring example of how Muslims in Uttar Pradesh, are terrorising Hindu women to get converted to Islam in his write-up ‘Get Converted or Get Raped’ in Organiser. In fact such things are happening throughout Bharat, a homeland for the Hindus .Except for some traces of the Hindus, Pakistan and Bangladesh have liquidated the entire Hindu and Sikh population, whereas in Bharat, Muslims have been allowed to double their population since 1947.Since Gandhi- Nehru brigade was allergic against the Hindus, they had no concern for the safety of the lives of the Hindus and Sikhs . In fact they converted Bharat into an inn where Muslims enjoy more facilities than the Hindus, constitutionally, as well as in practice. This historical wrong , done by Gandhi- Nehru- Congress must be corrected by the Modi government, otherwise BJP rule at the Centre has no meaning for the Hindus.
First Year of NDA Government
(Organiser, 31.5.2015); This is with reference to the issue of Organiser titled ‘First Year of NDA Government’. The first year of the Narendra Modi Government has exceeded expectations, albeit the damage done in the last ten years of the UPA regime is too overwhelming to be overcome in just one year. The government, led by an agile Prime Minister, seems to be correcting the many wrongs of the erstwhile regime and giving Bharat the launch-pad to take off. Under UPA-2, Brand India took a huge beating; corruption of enormous proportion grew; red-tapism flourished; high inflation and insensitive Cabinet Ministers ruled the day. These were some of the factors that tarnished the country’s image and kept the investors at bay. The challenges were many when Shri Modi took oath of the office as the Prime Minister, but his outlook of finding opportunities in adversities has helped his team respond well to the challenges. Investors confidence is returning, the economy is back on track, inflation is low, and most importantly, the efforts to ameliorate the lives of the poorest of poor can be seen on the ground. The performance of the External Affairs Ministry in particular has been exceptional—be it in rescuing Indians from war-torn Syria and Yemen or in helping Nepal recuperate from the devastating earthquake.
HANIT CHAUHAN, Delhi