Saturday, February 25, 2017

Facts File :- Modi Sarkar – 10/2017 05, March 2017

Honorable  - Prime Minster Shri Modi Ji

The Lawless lawmaker

        As Chief Election Commissioner, I ran into the leader of a major political party. I asked why his political party nominated criminals. I pointed to MLAs with heinous criminal cases pending against them, including murder, rape and kidnapping. Was there a solution to his problem/ He replied, “When elections are on the horizon, our only mantra’ is ‘winnability’.
            The EC has written to successive governments that those charged by a court of law with heinous offences, punishable by five years of imprisonment or more, be debarred from contesting elections. The EC believes this to be a reasonable restriction. However, various parliamentary committees have turned this down, instead offering the establishment of special courts and day-to-day trials. No such mechanism is in sight. The conclusion is inescapable. ‘Winnability’ continues to prevail over clean politics. :-
Says Navin B. Chawla

Comments : -  Modi Ji and Shah Ji you have the highest number of criminals contesting the current elections in five Sates I salute you both for your obnoxious  achievement. An example of grooming futuristic criminals is quoted blow –

ABVP ‘nationalism’ violence on the rise
A - Jainarainvyas University, Jodhpur (Raj.)    B – Central University of Haryana, (Mahendragarh)
C- Jadavpur University Kolkata                       D – Univeristy of Hyerabad
E- Central University of Jharkhand, Ranchi    

The Nationalism is State Sponsored if truly looking good for India encourage Patriotism. The later is indigenous and reflects true feelings of Citizens which will result in peace and prosperity.

Facts File :- Modi Sarkar – 9/2017 26, Feb. 2017

Honorable  - Prime Minster Shri Modi Ji

Electioneering - 2017

Progress report :
        Narendra Modi has again kept his minister on their toes by asking them to submit details of their tours within the country during the last three months. They have also been asked to give details of the functions and conferences they attended, and their outcome. Modi wants to ensure that his ministers spend more time on government work and visit priority states in the northeast and Jammu and Kashmir. Some ministers are grumbling that hitherto no prime minister had asked for details of domestic travel. Some weeks ago, Modi had asked all ministers to submit details of money credited into their personal bank accounts after demonetization.

Comments :
A free press is not enough
Both the American president and the Indian Prime Minister try to limit journalistic access and centralize the flow of information.
Both seek to delegitimize the media to insulate their rule form Criticism and to Distract the Public on questions of policy. Both have a large base of supporters who are convinced the media is biased against their leaders :-
Says Kanishk Tharoor
Press on Regardless :
            Trump, Modi, all leaders hate critics, want only embedded journalists
            Says Bachi Karkaria

            Modi ji and Shah – You both symbolize Hafiz Saeed and Daud Stop spreading communal disharmony. You both have seen what Trump has caused in U.S. the killing of Indian origin Engineer. You are creating similar circumstances in India. There are many utterances but I will confine  only two Kabristan and Shamshan and comment on KASAB you both are biggest KASAB of Gujrat.

Facts File :- Modi Sarkar – 8/2017 19, Feb. 2017

Honorable  - Prime Minster Shri Modi Ji

The Art of Policymaking

          The prime minster is a very popular speaker. He is great on the gusting: some may say he is a superb rabble- rouser. But that would be unpar- liamentary language. Anyway, he is good at it; the names he calls his opponents may be impolite, but are memorable. The prime minister has practiced a different art of communication, though, in his weekly radio talks.         
            The prime minister picked up the issue. He was told that black money is stashed in jewellery and property; but for him, it all begins with cash: whoever buys such assets has to pay cash, for payment by cheque or draft will create a record that will make tax evasion difficult. But his advisors are mistaken. Cash may be the medium, but black money resides, not in any asset, but in a transaction.
            It is no unusual for advisors to be wrong. Anyone can get economics wrong. Even where there is no mistake, there are often many policy option, and choosing one requires judgment. This is why the This is why the finance ministry has had an economic advisor ever since I.G. Patel was borrowed form the International Monetary Fund in the 1950s. when I was economic advisor, I did not put all my trust in my judgment; before the budget, I would call in a dozen or so of India’s best economists to meet and advise the finance minister. Prime Minister Vajpayee did even better; he met a dozen good economists, including me, once a month. Narendra Modi also needs to consult, not just economists, but knowledgeable people with differing views:- Says Ashok V. Desai

            Demonetization is for losers says world renowned world economist – STEVE HARKE
            “Criticizing India’s decision to scrap high value currency nots, noted U.S. economist has sad Demonetization is for losers and has been bungled from the start. No one not even Modi knows where India is heading, he further Stated India does not have the infrastructure to adapt to Modi’s Demonetization, He should have known,”      

Sunday, February 12, 2017

Facts File :- Modi Sarkar – 7/2017

Honorable  - Prime Minster Shri Modi Ji

Electioneering – 2017
Observations :

a –    You have degenerated the standards of utterances
b –   You are duly supported by the team who can be termed as BITING D. – S, Swami Yogi, Giri Raj Singh, Vijay Vargeya, Sakhi Maharaj, Sadhvi BARKING D. – S, Sangeet Som, Suresh Rana, Baliyan, Katiyar, PET D. – S, Sudhanshu Mittal, Shudhanshu Dewadi, Sambit Patra.
c –    You gave an abbreviation – SCAM defined Samajvadi / Congress / Akhilesh / Mayawati.
d –    Akhilesh’s response Save Country from Amit Shah and Modi how appropriate.
e –    Rahul responded Service / Courage / Ability / Modesty – What a mature response.

Parliamentary Speech :
          On 9th Feb. while concluding the motion of thanks to the President’s address to the Budget Session, you made a slimy remark on the former P.M. Dr. Manmohan Singh. Remarks were atrocious, disrespectful uncalled-for from a P.M. in Parliament representing 130 corer population of India. You should reflect maturity and sobriety in your utterances.

            You remind of HAFEES SAEED of Pak. whose utterances are directed to wards India reflecting his hatred towards India and its people. You as the P.M. while addressing for Electioneering or in Parliament a directed towards apposition mainly the Congress. But your effort can be compared with H.S. of Pak.

            Under you leadership BJP can termed as
a – Bhartiya Jhagralu Party
b – Bagiyo Ki Janta Party

Hope you get a befitting reply

Facts File :- Modi Sarkar – 6/2017

Honorable  - Prime Minster Shri Modi Ji

The BJP should condemn Giriraj Singh’s open support for Bhansali’s attackers

Union minister of state for micro, small and medium enterprises, Giriraj Singh likes nothing more than to wade into controversies to display his patriotic and religious credentials. Mr. Singh has in the past come up with remarks on the need for Hidus to have more children in order to prevent the com munity from being overrun by Muslims – based on nothing more than his prejudices.

Mr. Singh is a law-maker who has no business advocating violence against anyone. If anything, he should have sought action against those who took the law into their own hands and assaulted Bhansali. The ruling BJP, which should have condemned Mr. Singh’s remarks and taken action against him, is silent. This is what encourages people like him to become repeat offenders.

Hoodlums bullying Bhansali is only the latest example of the state abetting intolerance

Are we fast reaching that point in the world’s largest democracy where freedom of expression guaranteed by the constitutions is subject to the level of intolerance of any pressure group willing to resort to violence to enforce its writ?.

Bhansali was shooting at the Jaigarh fort near Jaipur for his film on fabled Chittorgarh queen Padmavati. The Karni Sena hoodlums felt that he was portraying their queen Padmavati in an unfavorable light. There has been not a word of condemnation of this incident by chief minister Vasundhara Raje who is, no doubt, aware that the Rajputs are a powerful vote bank.

Akhilesh Khandelwal, a BJP leader from Madhya Pradesh, has gone further. He has issued something akin to a fatwa, where anybody who performs the pious duty of throwing a shoe at Bhansali will be given an award of Rs. 10,000/-.

When these new contestations take place, challenging the self-righteous hegemony of the powerful, will the state stand up for the law or align itself with the perpetrators? Will those who behave they can use violence to silence those they disagree with continue to go scot-free?

These are the glaring examples of state sponsored lawlessness activities?