Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Facts about Rahul Gandhi you must know.

These days a growing Indian young population is welcoming Rahul Gandhi's entry into national politics. Upon entering the politics he has attempted to take Mr. Narendra Modi head on with his vicious verbal attacks. As a silent politics observer I find this very amusing. To me this is like Venktesh Prasad coming in as an opening batsman in a highly anticipated one day match attempting to hit six on the first delivery of Shoaib Akhtar(Rawalpindi Express).While I love the fact that young Indians are getting plugged into Indian main stream politics, I wish they work hard on fact finding. It is for that reason I would like to share with young Indians following facts about Rahul Gandhi and improve their knowledge base. Njoy !! (Dr. Swamy in the video is Harvard Graduate)


Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Why nationalists Love Mr. Narendra Modi ?

Here is a simple question that I put forward. Why people of Gujarat whole heartedly LOVE Mr. Narendra Modi(3rd time Chief minister of Gujarat with full majority in Vidhan-sabha) and why rest hate him. The answer is simple. Those who are willing to take up India's enormous problems as challenges love him for his optimism and energy. He is not afraid to ask questions on issues that really matters to us as a nation. He is not afraid to take actions that will change India at grass root level. Modi bashers/haters are those who likes to live in India "as it is" without making efforts to "change" things/systems. In my humble opinion only those living with "I dont care for my country(India)" tends to hate him as change is sometimes painful. People who cant bear short-lived troubles for long term benefits that comes with "change" loves to hate him.

Following is sample of his direct line of questioning to Congress led government and failure of India's Home minister to allay his concerns. Home ministers seems to be loosing his sanity.

From The Hindu (Wednesday, February 11, 2009 : 2230 Hrs)

Modi, Chidambaram locked in war of words over Mumbai attacks

New Delhi/Ahmedabad (PTI): Home Minister P Chidambaram and Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi were on Wednesday locked in a war of words over the controversial remarks made by Modi recently on the Mumbai terror attacks.

"You should ask Narendra Modi whether he and Pakistan are in contact with each other," Chidambaram told reporters in the morning when asked about Modi's remarks that the Mumbai terror attacks would not have been possible without support from locals.

on Tuesday night, Modi said he was quoted out of context. "I meant to say that if Pakistan executed such a massive operation then it would not have been possible without a local recce. There must have been some networking. The Indian Government should also probe that angle," Modi said.

Reacting to Chidambaram's remarks, Modi hit back asking him what kind of "friendship" he has with Pakistan that the Centre has not completed fencing work on Gujarat border.

"I ask Mr Chidambaram, why you have not completed the fencing of Gujarat border with Pakistan. What kind of friendship you have with Pakistan," Modi said.

He was addressing a gathering of BJP workers on the death anniversary of BJP ideologue Pandit Deendayal Upadhayay here.

"Don't force me to react, or it will be difficult for you to handle what I say," Modi said.

Mr. Home Minister, now answer him back.....WE AWAIT YOUR REPLY.

Monday, February 2, 2009

How countries deal with separatists ?

Every time a young leader like Shri Kiren Rijiju(14th Lok Sabha member elected from Arunachal Pradesh on BJP's ticket) calls for strong action necessary to guard nations borders, other Lok Sabha members can be seen yawning,talking on the phone, chit-chatting or at best sleeping. This time I want to share wisdom of (again) Shri Arun singh ji(retired Vice-Admiral, Eastern Naval Command,Indian Navy) on how other countries deal with separatist movements within their states. Also very soon I will share great articles written by Shri Kiren Rijiju about the urgency required for us as a nation to look into Arunachal Pradesh's border problems.

Following is excerpts of his words as appeared in Asian Age on August 28th,2009.

QUOTE:
"We need to look at how other nations have dealt with secessionists and terror. Russia used brute, overwhelming force in Chechnya because it realised that after the breakup of the USSR, Chechnya would be the catalyst for further disintegration. How have Spain and Britain dealt with Basque separatists and Ireland - did they give them "azadi"? What about China's application of brute force in Tibet? Look at how Sri Lanka is fighting and using not only its Army, but also the Air Force and Navy to fight terrorists and separatists. Can we learn from their experiences before it's too late?

The time has come to stop the policy of appeasement and deal with Kashmir firmly, but fairly, because the future of a secular, democratic modern India is at stake. No leniency should be shown to anyone talking about "azadi" or dual currency or waving the Pakistani flag. Any talk of aiding and abetting secession, a la Arundhati Roy, must be dealt with under the existing law - the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act of 1967. India must formally declare that it is in a state of war with terrorism within our borders. The time has come to deal firmly with Pakistan and fight fire with fire, since political and diplomatic niceties seem to further embolden the Pakistan Army and the ISI." UNQUOTE

Anyone willing to take up case against politicians responsible for not taking actions against those secessionists who boldly host Pakistani Flag at every crossroad in Kashmir Valley in India ?? If I had a watch that can turn me into "Mr.India" I would most likely use that to assassinate those vote hungry, disgusting, character-less politicians who have allowed India's problems to grow tremendously by not paying attention to it for decades.