Are Afzal Guru Abu Salem Kanu next PM?
PM Manmohan said that inclusion of
tainted-criminals is the compulsion in the alliance government.
Congress leaders including Sonia Gandhi and Dr.Singh are going red
when they described the Left parties as their “valuable allies.
Congress and leftists are for each other “Ek duje ke liye”.
Law Minister Mr. Bhardwaj said that
there is no definition and law for tainted (criminals) and
Constitution is also silent on this matter perhaps on something the
constitutional fathers had never thought will happen in free
democratic India. Are there definitions in the Constitution for
terrorism, secularism and any restriction for becoming PM of a
foreign origin, terrorist Afzal Guru and Don Abu Salem?
One naxalites arrested in Bhopal. He
was legally the owner of an arms and exploseive manufacturing
factory in Bhopal by registering it in the Industy office. In record
his father was Shivraj Patil. He did so because Home Minister said
that terrorists and naxals are their brothers and children.
Comrade Somnath Chatterjee wants to
become President of India. He says Naxalites are not criminals. In
Nandirgam few naxal are arrested by WB police but police said that
they were not criminals. Then who are criminals? Is Kanchi
Shankaracharya criminal? Are police officers gunning naxalites and
other insurgentrs in Chhttishgarh Jharkhand Orissa criminals?
Senior Congress leader and former CM of
Chhattisgarh chief minister Ajit Jogi on
2005 asked party leaders not to
support the anti-Maoist movement as the
Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) leaders were involved in the
Bahadur Shah Jaffar is busy in
Bahadur Shah Jaffar was busy in Shatraj
when British army was marching towards Red Fort. Our PM is busy
‘shatranji chal’ as coached by Super PM.
Foreign coaches are needed inn cricket
and in government.
Naxalites are not Islamic
jehadis, but Hindu militants indoctrinated by the Maoists in the
cult of violence. And both are the children and brothers of the
Congress. Sonia Gandhi gave instruction to CM of Andhra for freeing
the arrested top leaders of the Naxalites bedause Congress grabbed
power in Andhra with the support of naxalites.
interview puplished in rediffmail, Ajit Doval,
former chief of
Intelligence Bureau asks:
'Why do you say Maoists are not terrorists?'
Recently ISI mark weapons were found
after the arrest of naxalites in Ambikapur of Chhattisgarh. The
Peoples' War Group has claimed responsibility. There are reports
that naxalites have linked with the terrorists in Kashmir and they
are providing all types of helps to them.
The emergent political
scenario is one of a million mutinies? This is foreseen by Nobel
Laureate V.S. Naipaul with the Maoists being a major factor and
Congress may share ministry with
Maoists as nepal
Armed Maoist Chief Prachanna killed
thousands in Nepal to keep himself in touch with Indian CPI (M)
leaders and now sharing ministry in Nepal on the request of Sitaram
Yenchury without surrendering weapons. On Feb 5, 2005, the Left made
it clear that it is willing to express solidarity even with the
armed rebels if they fight for restoration of democracy in their
country. CPI (M) is the supporter of armed Maoist insurgency.
Leftists want to grab power by hook and crook by arms and without
Nepal's former rebels,
who just last year were waging a bloody war for a Maoist state,
joined an interim government of Nepal. "It`s a historic day for
Nepal," Prachanda told reporters. "A new process of making a new
Nepal as begun now and our responsibility has increased."
“The news of the palace massacre made
me wonder how these events will impact the big questions being
discussed when I was in the areas. Two key issues on the minds of
the Maoist political and military leaders were: how soon the
Nepalese army would be used against them and when India would get
more directly involved in the conflict. When I interviewed Comrade
Prachanda, the leader of the CPN (Maoist), he told me, “Ultimately,
we will have to fight with the Indian army. That is the situation.
Therefore we have to take into account the Indian army. When the
Indian army comes in with thousands and thousands of soldiers, it
will be a very big thing. But we are not afraid of the Indian
Army....." These are few words quoted from an article posted by Li
Onesto and published in: http://rwor.org/a/v23/1100-99/1107/nepal_royals.htm