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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 3 (Oct 2018 - )

Post by SSundar » Sat Apr 13, 2019 4:18 am

tajmahal321 wrote:
Sat Apr 13, 2019 12:40 am
After winning power, they need to start cleaning up the judiciary and SC from the far left mafia.
Coincidentally, was watching an old speech of Sanjeev Sanyal on YouTube. He hints at this very thing. He does not explain how though.

Watch from 25 minutes.



I assume a like-minded CJI is what MAD need to make this reform top-down.

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Post by JohnTitor » Sat Apr 13, 2019 8:34 am

https://twitter.com/fayedsouza/status/1 ... 99362?s=20

I think the Gandi gene pool itself is damaged. Seriously, why doesn't BJP kick the mother and son duo out. They draw attention for all the wrong reasons

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Post by tajmahal321 » Sat Apr 13, 2019 2:51 pm

In lot of cultural issues, there is no one right or wrong answer. It depends on your beliefs and ideology. SC is heavily tilted towards left in India. So throw the concept of impartiality of judiciary. That's why in US, SC judges are appointed by President which means indirectly by the people who vote.
All the court battles around Hindu traditions and beliefs are lost as they interpret based on the western Abrahamic religious concepts. BJP government with clear single party majority in LS didn't even pass a law to make Hindu religion into a recognized sect which would have helped a bit in all the court battles.

All politicians use SC as an excuse for their inaction. So I believe only solution is for the people to demand from politicians that we don't take that as a reason. We voted you guys to do something and so get it done. This will give incentive for politicians to do whatever it takes to get things done.
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Sat Apr 13, 2019 3:46 am
tajmahal321 wrote:
Sat Apr 13, 2019 12:40 am
Second term of NDA, they shouldn't repeat the mistakes of the first term.
After winning power, they need to start cleaning up the judiciary and SC from the far left mafia. Modi should expel all the ex SC lawyers from his inner circle. Without cleaning up the judiciary, NDA government will be no different than opposition for indian heritage and cultural values. Now the battle has shifted to courts, winning elections is not enough unless executive exercise the exec power to protect the people's rights. If not, it will be hijacked by not elected folks who are not answerable to anyone.
Absolutely. But I'm not sure what they can do. When the NDA passed NJAC, the courts simply struck it down. I mean WTF?

India seems to be the only country where the judiciary can nullify laws passed by the legislature without due process. Getting the judiciary in line and impartial, in itself will be a great achievement. Any ideas how though?

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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 3 (Oct 2018 - )

Post by Triank » Sat Apr 13, 2019 8:01 pm

abhijit wrote:
Thu Apr 11, 2019 3:10 pm
That IK statement on Modi is very dubious and could be like some "elements" in India suggested him to make it. A wink wink. Immediate bawal after that statement is no coincidence.


do watch this video
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Post by chetak » Sun Apr 14, 2019 4:51 am

Whatever you do, the deeply entrenched and embedded network of traitorous NGOs will have their evil say.

All they need to do is to dangle some admissions, "scholarships", visas, jobs and actual payout in cash and in kind to do what this PSU bank has done in the FACE OF EXISTING LAWS.

Similarly, many banks in collusion with corrupted RBI officers and lower staff, completely sidetracked the demonetization scheme and the govt has looked the other way in all but some few cases bringing upon itself a huge level of mistrust and opprobrium. The ministry level guys were also complicit.

Identify these guys and skewer them in public. As a start, sack the boss of this bank.


The Bank has claimed red flagged indicators pertaining to Afghan drug control and instructions issued on 21 June 2018 were not received by it. This claim was rejected by the FIU.

I know for a fact that the receipt and implementation of all RBI and Finmin circulars have to be audited periodically and a compliance report has to be generated to certify that all RBI and other circulars have been received and acted upon. This has to be done both during internal audits as well as external audits and there is no escape from this.


Indicators pertaining to Afghan drug control means pakis, ISI and jehadis and there is no other way to explain this, no matter how one may wish to slice or spin it.

Financial Intelligence Unit slams Allahabad Bank for not filing transaction reports of NGOs receiving foreign funds

Financial Intelligence Unit slams Allahabad Bank for not filing transaction reports of NGOs receiving foreign funds

Yatish Yadav, Apr 13, 2019.

New Delhi: The Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) has pulled up Allahabad Bank for incorrect reporting of transactions involving non-profit organizations, Cross Border Wire Transfer Reports (CBWTR) and failing to adhere to anti-money laundering norms. The public sector bank claimed to have 461 Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA) accounts, however, the bank filed transactions related to only 18 such accounts.

FCRA license is provided by the Ministry of Home Affairs for NGOs operating in India to receive foreign funding. FIU also claimed that Allahabad Bank incorrectly reported Suspicious Transaction Reports (STRs), Cash Transaction Reports (CTRs) and red flag indicators in the banking system pertaining to demonetisation, Trade Based Money Laundering (TBML), Afghan Drug Control and terror financing had not been factored by the bank into its alert generation module.


Reporting entities (banks) are required to furnish monthly reports of all cross border wire transfers of more than Rs 5 lakh or its equivalent in foreign currency where either the origin or destination of fund is in India. The banks are also required to file monthly report regarding transactions related to the NGOs.

During the last five financial years, the 45 Red Flag Indicators (RFIs) implemented in the Bank's system had resulted in 50, 64,166 alerts which ultimately materialised into merely 492 STRs.

“This implied a conversion percentage of around 0.01 percent which is abysmally low. The manner in which alerts were being dealt with by the bank implied that it lacked mechanism for review of the closed alerts. As per the reply of Bank, the screening committee only decides on filing STRs in cases of alerts which have not already been closed by anti-money laundering officer. Also, the composition of the said screening committee is not known,” FIU said in an order.

Allahabad Bank admitted that it had not carried out determination of beneficial ownership regarding top 50 accounts in the name of trusts and societies opened during the previous financial year. The Bank has admitted that top 50 accounts opened during the previous financial year in the name of companies were also not examined to determine beneficial ownership.

“The Bank further submitted that determination of beneficial ownership with regard to the account referred in the aforesaid points had not been carried out by the Bank as all these accounts were opened prior to implementation of the beneficial owner capturing procedure in the central banking system,” FIU order said.

The FIU has slapped Rs 3 lakh fine for violations-Rs 1 lakh each for not having effective internal mechanism for detecting all suspicious transactions, failure of the Bank to identify and verify ultimate beneficial owner for NGOs and failure of the bank to fully implement a client due diligence programme approved by the board of the Bank specifically with the regard to screening names of prospective customers in the latest UN security council sanction list.

In 2014-15, Allahabad Bank uploaded 7474 reports to cross border wire transactions, which were not validated and rejected by FIU asking the Bank to refile the reports. Subsequently, 9 files containing 7474 reports were refiled on 30 October 2018. In 2016-17, Allahabad Bank had filed 39,798 and FIU had asked for 28,237 reports to be refiled again by the bank. A show cause notice was served to Allahabad Bank for the alleged failure.

FIU said although in the recent past, the Bank has taken necessary steps for implementation of the red flagged indicators pertaining to trade based money laundering, demonetisation and terror financing within its anti-money laundering application but the same could not be implemented due to software issues. The Bank has claimed red flagged indicators pertaining to Afghan drug control and instructions issued on 21 June 2018 were not received by it. This claim was rejected by the FIU.

“It would be worthwhile to state that Allahabad Bank is one of the oldest public sector banks and as such it must act as a torchbearer of the anti-money laundering compliance in the country...However, considering that the non-compliance, as enumerated above, were continuing till pointed out during the review by FIU despite statutory obligations,” FIU Director Pankaj Kumar Mishra said imposing penalty against the Bank.



FIU historic crackdown In 2017-18

The FIU in 2017-18 received over 13.3 million cash transaction reports, 14.36 lakh suspicious transaction reports, more than 8 lakh transactions related to NGOs and around 94 lakh cross border wire transfer reports from various banks.

The Intelligence unit responsible for safeguarding the country's financial system analysed and collaborated with other domestic agencies launch a crackdown against abuses like money laundering and it resulted in unearthing more than Rs 19,000 crore during 2017-18.

On the basis of suspicious transaction reports, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) too seized assets worth Rs 984 crores. The agency also analyses counterfeit currency incidents at banks and in 2017-18 more than 3.5 lakh reports were received. Around 71,000 reports were forwarded to law enforcement agencies and 800 reports were sent to Intelligence agencies for further action. However, in an interesting observation, FIU revealed that private banks contributed a majority of reports and the compliance level of the state-owned banks continued to be low despite the matter having been taken up with the Reserve Bank of India (RBI).

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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 3 (Oct 2018 - )

Post by JohnTitor » Sun Apr 14, 2019 5:26 am

The easiest way to curb corruption is to go digital. The first thing the government needs to do is withdraw the 2k note, followed by the 500 and then 200... All the while pumping 20s and 50s... And by the end of the next term the highest denomination should be the 50 rupees.

Forcing people onto apps that use UPI will prevent middleman from profiting but it'll ensure more transparency.

You will think twice about accepting Lacs in bribes if it shows up against your name on a bank account. Even petty corruption like with traffic cops will reduce. Would you accept 100 rupees in your personal account if you were a cop? This is why every Congi stooge was against demonitisation and linking Aadhar to the account.

It comes with the added advantage of preventing Pakis from counterfeiting the currency and promoting terrorism.

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Post by chetak » Sun Apr 14, 2019 11:13 am

Watch from 1:13 onwards



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sj_EodcRF7s


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Post by tajmahal321 » Sun Apr 14, 2019 4:35 pm

BJP predicted to open account in Kerala according to the latest Asianetnews opinion poll

Trivandrum: bjp-40%
Pathanamtittha : bjp-36%
Palakkad : bjp-28%
Thrissur : bjp-26%

Trivandrum BJP winning, Shashi tharoor trailing. Pathanamtittha striking distance. Thrissur bjp has been seeing huge surge since last 10 days because of Suresh Gopi's popularity.

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Post by arshyam » Sun Apr 14, 2019 5:50 pm

Posted this on the BRF elections thread (yes, there is one now!), sharing here as I don't see most regulars from here post on BRF.
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In TN, is there an anti-incumbency against AIADMK? Is Jayalalitha's fan-following still with AIADMK, or have her successors squandered her goodwill among her voters?
Anti-incumbency is not much. The EPS-OPS combine has mostly worked, to everybody's surprise. Having said that, the Jaya factor will not be much as this is not a state election. Similarly, for the Karunanidhi factor.*

Most people have decided one way or the other, and the meme factories have done some damage on behalf of the DMK-Congress combine. However, the NDA with AIADMK in the fold will put up a good fight. Overall, I expect UPA to get around 15 seats out of 39, and the NDA to get the rest. The single Pondicherry seat will also go to UPA.

BJP is contesting in 5 seats, and I expect they'd win at least 2: Kanniyakumari (Pon R) and Coimbatore (CP Radhakrishnan has been a BJP MP from here during NDA-1). They might win Ramanathapuram as well, as Nainar Nagendran is a seasoned and strong local guy and ex-AIADMK to boot. There is a polarization factor here that could sway things toward the NDA. Sivaganga will be interesting - H Raja of the BJP vs. Chiddu's son Karthi. I'd like BJP to win this, but with Congress and DMK combining this time, they will put up a fight. I don't know how the sitting AIADMK MP is perceived here, that could impact the NDA's prospects either way.

Thoothukudi will be an interesting fight. Tamilisai of BJP vs Kanimozhi of DMK will play out here, and caste equations will come into play. Tamilisai will do okay, but Kanimozhi being Karunanidhi's daughter, the DMK will put up a tough fight. Both being Nadars, community support would be crucial. I read elsewhere that the Nadars are polarized between Hindu and Christian parts (about 30% Nadars are Catholics, and the rest staunch Hindus), and Modi has a good image in the Hindu side. The Sterlite issue could have some impact, but how the Nadar community votes will decide this seat. I think Tamilisai will do well, but DMK might end up winning this narrowly.

Another strong community in these parts is of the Devendrakula Vellalars. Their main party, Puthiya Tamizhagam is aligned with NDA, and Modi is well regarded in this community too (this community is also unique in asking for their removal from SC and moved to OBC). There are some Christians here too, but they are smaller in number than in the Nadar community. Net net, I expect PT to win Tenkasi, where this community is more dominant, so that will be another seat for the NDA. Tamilisai would have done better in this seat, but coalition dharma and all that. But the neighbouring Tirunelveli seat would go to the NDA (AIADMK) due to similar factors.

Apart from the above, the western TN (Salem-CBE) belt, also known as Kongu belt, will mostly vote NDA (EPS is from Edappadi, near Salem). Same goes for the deep south - mostly NDA with UPA only in pockets. However, given the almost clean sweep for AIADMK in 2014, they are bound to lose a few seats, particularly near Thanjavur in central TN - Dinakaran's AMMK will cut into their votes and OPS may not be able to counter it much (both are from this region). This apart, the DMK is traditionally stronger in this region.

My final take:
South
KK: NDA (BJP)
Tenkasi: NDA (PT)
Tirunelveli: NDA (AIADMK)
Thoothukudi: likely UPA (DMK), see above.
Virudhunagar: hard to tell
Theni: NDA (AIADMK)
Sivaganga: hard to tell, but I'd say UPA (Congress), see above.
Ramanathapuram: likely NDA (BJP), see above.
Madurai: NDA (AIADMK)
Dindugul: NDA (AIADMK)
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Summary: NDA: 7, UPA: 2, hard to tell: 1

Central
Tiruchi: likely UPA (Congress). DMDK is contesting for NDA here, which indicates AIADMK wasn't sure of winning despite having won the last two consecutive terms. However, this has also voted BJP in the past (R Kumaramangalam), so could end up being too close to call.
Thanjavur: likely UPA (DMK), but AMMK might pull a surprise here.
Nagapattinam: possibly NDA (AIADMK), but AMMK would be a factor here too.
Chidambaram: possibly UPA (VCK), but too close to call.
Cuddalore: NDA (PMK)
Perambalur: UPA (DMK)
Mayiladuthurai: likely UPA (DMK), but AIADMK might retain this seat.
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Summary: NDA: 2, UPA: 4, hard to tell: 1

Kongu
Karur: NDA (AIADMK). This is Thambidurai's (current Dy LS Speaker) stronghold.
Pollachi: NDA (AIADMK). The recent scandal would hurt AIADMK to some extent, but I think they'll squeak through with a reduced margin.
Coimbatore: NDA (BJP)
Nilgiris: possibly NDA, but might swing to UPA. A Raja of 2G fame is contesting from here, and is expected to milk his acquittal. He's represented this seat in the past, so that's another point in his favour.
Tiruppur: NDA (AIADMK)
Erode: NDA (AIADMK)
Salem: NDA (AIADMK) - CM's area, AIADMK will go all out here.
Namakkal: NDA (AIADMK)
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Summary: NDA: 7, UPA: 0, hard to tell: 1

North/North-central:
Dharmapuri: NDA (PMK). Anbumani Ramadoss is contesting from here, so PMK will pull out all stops for a win here.
Krishnagiri: possibly UPA (Congress)
Kallakurichi: not sure, if I were to guess, would say UPA(DMK).
Tiruvannamalai: UPA (DMK)
Arani: UPA (Congress)
Vellore: likely NDA (AIADMK)
Villupuram: likely NDA (PMK), though caste equations could favour UPA (VCK) to some extent.
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Summary: NDA: 3, UPA: 3, hard to tell: 1

Greater Chennai:
Arakkonam: NDA (PMK)
Kanchipuram: NDA (AIADMK)
Sriperumbudur: likely UPA (DMK) as TR Baalu is well regarded as a doer. However, NDA (PMK) has an outside chance as this seat covers several parts of Chennai city with a high proportion of the middle class, where the Modi factor will come into play. But PMK is not regarded that well in urban areas, and will definitely work against the NDA here (I know a lot of people who support Modi here but will hesitate voting for PMK due to their casteist inclinations and might end up sitting out the election). AIADMK would have had a better chance in this seat.
Tiruvallur: NDA (AIADMK)
Chennai (N): UPA (DMK). Generally a DMK stronghold, and AIADMK has won this only once in the 2014 sweep. DMDK contesting for NDA here does not help their chances.
Chennai (C): UPA (DMK). Dayanidhi Maran is contesting from here against a relatively unknown PMK candidate. The former is known as a doer despite everything, and the same anti-PMK factor I mentioned for Sriperumbudur would work against the NDA. Low turnout for sure.
Chennai (S): NDA (AIADMK). This has a bunch of affluent areas, middle class areas, as well as the recently developed 'IT' areas, and Modi has a lot of support here. This is despite the meme generators being mostly from here. I'd say most salaried tax payers are concentrated here, so there is good support for Modi's policies. But I expect turnout to be the lowest in TN, despite which AIADMK will get through. TR Baalu used to win from here by default, but this seat flipped to AIADMK after he moved to Sriperumbudur (see above). Modi has good support here, and his supporters won't mind voting for AIADMK unlike PMK is other neighbouring constituencies. As long as they show up to vote.
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Summary: NDA: 4, UPA: 3, hard to tell: 0

Puducherry (1): AINRC, a breakaway party from the Congress, and currently part of NDA is the incumbent. But generally being a Congress stronghold (they run the state govt), it's hard to tell.

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All TN + PY, nett: Total: 40, NDA: 24, UPA: 11, hard to tell: 5

If all hard-to-tell seats swing to the UPA, they get 16, NDA 24.


* Having discounted the Jaya and MK factor, one has to consider that this is still the first election where neither of them are around. How things will actually play out remains to be seen. There are smaller players like Seeman's NTK and Kamal's MNM, but I don't expect them to have much impact. Between the two, the latter might actually spring a surprise as a "just for a change" vote, but chances of that are low as this is a Parliamentary election. NTK's brand of politics has very few takers except on Facebook, so his gang will poll their usual 2-3% votes. In general, TN folks don't like neither-here-nor-there verdicts, so would decisively vote for one of the two main alliances.
Are the KA constituencies going to vote in Phase 2, in the strongholds of JDS? How is it shaping up there?
Not all. Mysore's incumbent is Pratap Simha of the BJP. He'll put up a fight. Mandya is interesting with an independent candidate (late actor Ambareesh's wife Sumalatha), against whom only JD(S) is contesting. BJP is not contesting this seat as a favour to Sumalatha and is tacitly supporting her. Another reason for that is that this seat is a prestige issue for JD(S), as HDK's son is contesting from here. Despite the Maddur-Mandya belt being a stronghold for JD(S), there is considerable nervousness in their camp as Sumalatha is well regarded and could actually win. The nervousness is betrayed by the fact that there are 2-3 other candidates named Sumalatha contesting in the same seat, which many regard as a ploy by the JD(S). Also, there is talk that Sumalatha could help the BJP in Mysore as well.

Here's my take for phase 2:
Udupi-Chikkamagalur: NDA (BJP)
Dakshina Kannada: NDA (BJP)
Hassan: UPA (Congress)
Tumkur: UPA (JD(S)) - HDD's seat
Mandya: hard to say, see above.
Mysore: NDA (BJP)
Chamarajanagar: UPA (Congress)
Bangalore (North, Central, South): NDA (BJP)
Kolar: UPA (Congress)
Chitradurga: likely UPA (Congress)

Total: 12, NDA: 6, UPA: 5, 1 too close to call

In phase 3, NDA (BJP) would be a sweep, except in pockets of Hyderabad-Karnataka like Gulbarga, Bellary and Raichur, which have traditionally been Congress strongholds. The coast, Bombay Karnataka and Malnad will surely vote BJP. I'd give the BJP 13/16 in this phase.

All KA, nett: Total: 28, NDA: 19, UPA: 8, too close to call: 1

Some people say NDA in KA is 20+ for sure, and maybe even 22-23. Icing on the cake if that happens.

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Post by Vikas » Mon Apr 15, 2019 5:32 am

Why has BJP given ticket to JayaPrada from Rampur instead of some heavyweight. She is no match for Azam Khan and is just a pretty face with backing of Amar Singh. I find such non serious politicians as distraction.

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Post by Yagnasri » Mon Apr 15, 2019 9:54 am

Maybe they want to keep Azam Khan pinned there. The hate Jaya ideas of Azam are well known and recorded. Further she said to have done some work there. So kept her there. Difficult to him but not impossible.

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Post by Vikas » Mon Apr 15, 2019 10:47 am

Got free Mangoes today. Thank you Sam Paul :)

PS: What happened to famous daaru ki bottle and a Sari ?
Your move Stalin.

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Post by Aditya_V » Mon Apr 15, 2019 11:28 am

Vikas wrote:
Mon Apr 15, 2019 10:47 am
Got free Mangoes today. Thank you Sam Paul :)

PS: What happened to famous daaru ki bottle and a Sari ?
Your move Stalin.

Are you Central Chennai, then Dayanidhi Maran is the Candidate from DMk, I have met the said Sam Paul as an acquaintance. Didnt know he will be candidate I am voting for on election on day

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Post by crams » Mon Apr 15, 2019 12:34 pm

I am sure BJP stalwarts like Amit Shah don't need my advice being seasoned campaigners, but I would watch for Congoon dirty tricks on the ground. For e.g., what messages are their foot soldiers peddling in gullies and slums on their bogus NYAY? Also, what are they doing to draw out Muslim and Dalit vote enmasse who will vote for them? Also, this whining about EVMs could be a distraction to take focus away from some other dirty trick they are playing on the ground. All in all, when I see Pappu and his slaves' arrogant demeanor and sarcastic grins, I see a bunch of dirty ass holes up to some hanky panky.

For e.g., see how they pulled off that military veteran's letter. I am disappointed to see many respected military vets' endorsing that shit. What is this crap about 'politicization'? I mean ModiJi has no right to talk about his bold decision to tell Indian forces to cross LoC/IB and attempt to punish Pakis? And contrast that with dossier diplomacy of Pappu's party which TSP laughed off and flushed down the toilet? And every time ModiJi talks about Paki terror, mentally retarded Pappu slaves make a link between that and Indian Muslims and accuse ModiJi of 'polarization' or playing 'Pakistan card'. Wow, such forthrightness when being hit by Pakis. I see on twitter even useless moron ex diplomats claiming that ModiJi talking about Paki perfidy is tantamount to 'polarizing Hindus and Muslims'. Its like a woman being raped being accused of playing the "man's card" when she points to the crimes of her rapist. And it is this kind of crap thats picked up rags like NYT/WP/Economist etc to paint BJP as Islamophobic, while those colonial pipsqueaks will not lose a chance to blame Iran or ISIS or Al Queda or with whomever they have an obsession with for a train wreck in their heartlands.

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Post by JohnTitor » Mon Apr 15, 2019 12:52 pm

NYAY is getting a lot of marketing in movie theaters.. before every movie there are ads with NYAY..

Also banners and stuff

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Post by crams » Mon Apr 15, 2019 1:48 pm

Priyanka dynast bimbo demands that BJP not talk about TSP

https://www.ndtv.com/india-news/lok-sab ... li-2023447

"If it is nationalist, it should stop talking about Pakistan in the election rallies.

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Post by tajmahal321 » Mon Apr 15, 2019 3:52 pm

2019 election battle is being fought in whatsapp with 200 million users. BJP seems to be not as active in whatsapp fwd msg. In 2014, BJP "IT team" gave them clear advantage over others. Read lot of news about it headed by Samachar.com founder those days.
crams wrote:
Mon Apr 15, 2019 12:34 pm
I am sure BJP stalwarts like Amit Shah don't need my advice being seasoned campaigners, but I would watch for Congoon dirty tricks on the ground. For e.g., what messages are their foot soldiers peddling in gullies and slums on their bogus NYAY? Also, what are they doing to draw out Muslim and Dalit vote enmasse who will vote for them? Also, this whining about EVMs could be a distraction to take focus away from some other dirty trick they are playing on the ground. All in all, when I see Pappu and his slaves' arrogant demeanor and sarcastic grins, I see a bunch of dirty ass holes up to some hanky panky.


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Post by chetak » Mon Apr 15, 2019 4:16 pm

crams wrote:
Mon Apr 15, 2019 12:34 pm
I am sure BJP stalwarts like Amit Shah don't need my advice being seasoned campaigners, but I would watch for Congoon dirty tricks on the ground. For e.g., what messages are their foot soldiers peddling in gullies and slums on their bogus NYAY? Also, what are they doing to draw out Muslim and Dalit vote enmasse who will vote for them? Also, this whining about EVMs could be a distraction to take focus away from some other dirty trick they are playing on the ground. All in all, when I see Pappu and his slaves' arrogant demeanor and sarcastic grins, I see a bunch of dirty ass holes up to some hanky panky.

For e.g., see how they pulled off that military veteran's letter. I am disappointed to see many respected military vets' endorsing that shit. What is this crap about 'politicization'? I mean ModiJi has no right to talk about his bold decision to tell Indian forces to cross LoC/IB and attempt to punish Pakis? And contrast that with dossier diplomacy of Pappu's party which TSP laughed off and flushed down the toilet? And every time ModiJi talks about Paki terror, mentally retarded Pappu slaves make a link between that and Indian Muslims and accuse ModiJi of 'polarization' or playing 'Pakistan card'. Wow, such forthrightness when being hit by Pakis. I see on twitter even useless moron ex diplomats claiming that ModiJi talking about Paki perfidy is tantamount to 'polarizing Hindus and Muslims'. Its like a woman being raped being accused of playing the "man's card" when she points to the crimes of her rapist. And it is this kind of crap thats picked up rags like NYT/WP/Economist etc to paint BJP as Islamophobic, while those colonial pipsqueaks will not lose a chance to blame Iran or ISIS or Al Queda or with whomever they have an obsession with for a train wreck in their heartlands.

the guy behind the letter is so called admiral ramdas, unfortunately, an ex IN chief.

his daughter heads the fraud foundation in India, this guy himself was a founder member of the pappi party and got kicked out by khujliwal in the early days.

The other military veteran's letter signing heroes who seemed very eager to rush in where even angels fear to tread and with damn good reasons should have known a lot better than getting involved in matters raked up by this paki pasand wannabe track thoo character who actually has a paki son in law.

when he joined the paapis and started to advocate a set of criminals, was it not "politicization" then?? Its the same old goose gander sauce story all over again.

TUM KARO TOH CHAMATKAR........

AUR HUM KARE TOH BAALATKAR??

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Post by chetak » Mon Apr 15, 2019 4:23 pm

Jail this creep, cancel his visa and permanently ban his entry into India.



West Bengal: Bangladeshi Actor Ferdous Ahmed Campaigns For TMC Candidate; Appeals People To Vote For Mamata


West Bengal: Bangladeshi Actor Ferdous Ahmed Campaigns For TMC Candidate; Appeals People To Vote For Mamata

Apr 15 2019,

West Bengal: Bangladeshi Actor Ferdous Ahmed Campaigns For TMC Candidate; Appeals People To Vote For Mamata

Popular Bangladeshi actor Ferdous Ahmed was seen campaigning for Trinamool Lok Sabha candidate from Raigunj, Kanhaiyalal Agarwal, Zee News has reported.

During a campaign road show on Sunday (14 April), Ahmed was accompanied by Tollywood actors Ankush and Payal. The road show was conducted between Karandighi and Islampur.

During the road show, Ahmed appealed to people to vote for Mamata Banerjee and Trinamool.

“All should vote for the Trinamool Congress. All should vote for didi”, he was heard as saying.

BJP as a result complained to the Election Commission alleging violation of the Model Code of Conduct by Trinamool for getting a foreign national to campaign for itself. It also alleged that Mamata’s party was trying to consolidate minority votes with the help of Ahmed.

“This is illegal. This is a violation of the MCC. This proves Trinamool Congress' love for Bangladeshis. They want to consolidate minority votes in this constituency by inviting Bangladeshi actors to campaign for them”, alleged BJP.

Trinamool meanwhile has maintained that it has done nothing wrong.

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Post by chetak » Mon Apr 15, 2019 6:49 pm

Is there any doubt left as to what the TDP is doing?? and why it's bosses are screaming rape at every flimsy opportunity??


AADHAAR DATA LEAK: DETAILS OF 7.82 CR INDIANS FROM AP AND TELANGANA FOUND ON IT GRIDS' DATABASE



AADHAAR DATA LEAK: DETAILS OF 7.82 CR INDIANS FROM AP AND TELANGANA FOUND ON IT GRIDS' DATABASE


APR 15, 2019

IT Grids, a company hired by the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) for developing its Seva Mitra app, has been found to have allegedly stored the data of 7.82 crore Indians from Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.

The Telangana State Forensic Science Laboratory (TSFSL) discovered this during its examination of the data recovered by the Telangana police from the premises of IT Grids (India) Pvt Ltd, on the suspicion of breach of voter ID and Aadhaar data according to a Times of India report.

As per the investigation, it was discovered that the structure and size of the database held by IT Grids was similar to what was owned by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI). In effect, it is yet another case of Aadhaar data breach.

Aadhaar data leak: Details of 7.82 cr Indians from AP and Telangana found on IT Grids database

The UIDAI has filed a complaint on 12 April in the Madhapur police station citing the findings of the special investigation team (SIT) that discovered this data. The case has been registered under sections 37, 38(a), 38(b), 38(g), 40, 42, 44 of the Aadhaar Act 2016 and will be investigated by the SIT.



According to SIT's investigation, the Seva Mitra app is suspected to have been using stolen voter information as well as Aadhaar data of the state governments of AP and Telangana for voter profiling, targeted campaigning and even deletion of votes. The State Resident Data Hubs (SRDH) have been a matter of concern since their inception. SRDH contain Aadhaar data, including demographic and biometric data, as well as local data from other sources, such as Kerala’s KYR+. And security experts have expressed that these data hubs are vulnerable to attacks.

In the Aadhaar SC hearings, petitioners had expressed concern around SRDHs. The petitioners said that the aggregation of data on the SRDHs violated privacy by allowing religious, caste-based and community profiling of individuals, and moreover, the SRDHs lacked the authority of the law.

"During the course of the investigation, the search was conducted in the premises of IT Grids and seven hard disks and other digital evidence were seized from the scene of offence," said deputy director of Aadhar, T Bhavani Prasad, in the complaint letter.



According to a report in Telangana Today, the seized hard disks had fields such as, "UID_NUM, EID_NUM, CITIZEN_NAME, FATHER_HUSBAND_ GUARDIAN_ NAME, DOB_DT, VILLAGE NAME, MANDAL NAME, DISTRICT_ID, DISTRICT NAME, PIN CODE, VTC_CODE, VTC_NAME, CITIZEN_ PHONE NO, GENDER, STATECODE, STATENAME, CITIZEN_ NAME_ LOCAL, CAREOF_NAME_ Local."

The TSFSL expressed concerns that the data in the hard disk had large blocks pertaining to Aadhaar numbers in a set structural database. According to the police, the presence of the terms HID_NUM (field name) raised a strong suspicion that the data could have been obtained from the Central Identities Data Repository (CIDR) or from one of the SRDH aligned to CIDR. To put things in perspective, CIDR is the database that holds the demographic and biometric data of Aadhaar users. SRDH were state-level replicas of the CIDR pertaining to that state, for the "ability to manage resident data."


UIDAI officials claim that the core Aadhaar biometric data stored in the CIDR is never shared with anyone. It also repeated the oft-heard come-back, that the biometric data hasn't been affected.

The police suspect that IT Grids could have illegally obtained this Aadhaar data and misused it. The mere fact that this data was taken on a removable storage drive is in itself a violation of the Aadhaar Act according to the police.

There have been around 30 FIRs that have been filed by the UIDAI since the introduction of the Aadhaar Act 2016.

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Post by crams » Mon Apr 15, 2019 7:26 pm

I love the phony pompous self righteousness of Lutyen morons when they are paid back in the same abusive coin that they generously dole out against BJP and ModiJi. Case in point is Lutyen's Pappu running around the country and repeating without a shred of evidence the bold-face disgusting slur: "chowkidar chor hai" against ModiJi. Now BJP chief Satpal Singh Satti in Himachal Pradesh hit back ferociously at Pappu for this abuse, and all hell breaks lose about 'new low'.

I think all sides should shed this silly self righteous BS about 'hitting a new low' and go at each other short of violence. Let Azam Khan obsess on the color of Jaya Prada's panty make an ass of himself. Let Pappu refer to "chowkidar chor hai" till he turns blue, but BJP should ht back like Satpal Singh Satti. Likewise, let Pappu and Co question surgical strike, talk about 'innovative federal solution' for J&K (meaning surrender Kashmir valley through 'secularism' inspired 'joint sovereignty' over valley. And in response, let BJP show Congoons are Pakis in Indian mufti. I mean truth must come out.

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Post by tajmahal321 » Tue Apr 16, 2019 1:36 am

India should stop this model election code based free speech control. Let politicians say whatever they want. India needs to start acting like a mature democracy and stop having central authority decide what is right or wrong to say in public speeches, release movies etc.

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Post by SSundar » Tue Apr 16, 2019 5:48 am

tajmahal321 wrote:
Mon Apr 15, 2019 3:52 pm
2019 election battle is being fought in whatsapp with 200 million users. BJP seems to be not as active in whatsapp fwd msg.
My experience has been that this WhatsApp battle has been skewed against BJP from the get-go. These memes are obviously created by an army of paid trolls. Given the scale at which anti-Modi memes are flowing, that means opponents of Modi are throwing a lot more money at this than BJP has ever been willing to do.

In most WhatsApp groups, the rabid anti-Modi people have been very active and obnoxious. Any attempt to counter them leads to the admin jumping in with a "No Politics" decree. So, all WhatsApp groups are either actively anti-Modi or silent-neutral under curfew. There just aren't any pro-BJP WhatsApp groups.

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Post by Vikas » Tue Apr 16, 2019 6:43 am

Aditya_V wrote:
Mon Apr 15, 2019 11:28 am
Vikas wrote:
Mon Apr 15, 2019 10:47 am
Got free Mangoes today. Thank you Sam Paul :)

PS: What happened to famous daaru ki bottle and a Sari ?
Your move Stalin.

Are you Central Chennai, then Dayanidhi Maran is the Candidate from DMk, I have met the said Sam Paul as an acquaintance. Didnt know he will be candidate I am voting for on election on day
Illai Saar, was in Thirumangalam. I did get to shake hands with Sam Paul. He is a aquintance of my cousin via Gym connection.
I hope he wins.
Is it me or Chennai seems to have too many expensive looking churches including the one that has come up near Anna Tower Metro station.

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