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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by chetak » Wed Dec 25, 2019 5:55 am

no truer words than these have yet been spoken on the debacle of India's "transfer of power" from the perfidious britshits to their congi/commie/malsi/xtian collaborators.

If the people do not see an agenda in this, an agenda that has allowed vested interests to dictate the tone, the contours and the direction of Indian "independence", then they have already been brainwashed.

all three of the mistakes have had widespread anti Hindu implications and ramifications and have successfully allowed all these agenda driven groups to control and shape the national narrative as decided by the BIF.




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1. We left our primary education in hands of Christians,
2. We left our history in hands of Communists
3. We left our entertainment in hands of Islamists

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Post by Muns » Wed Dec 25, 2019 7:25 am

It's really being a couple of roller coaster days with regard to what has been going on with the CAA as well as the recent elections in Jharkhand. The opposition has really fought tooth and nail to try and protect their own minority vote Banks. It seems that sometimes I think that cells have been activated to create disturbance as well as riots based on what Congress Feelsand also supported by neighbouring Pakistan and Bangladesh. It has no doubt reached a critical state where significant numbers of illegals can come out on the street, indulging Mass arson and shift public populace.
The BJP needs to do what it has been doing recently in trying to pull Mass crowds in support of the CAA.

Not really sure what else they could have done in Jharkhand. Rahubir Das as I have heard it was not really a popular leader. Too distant from his electorate hand perhaps a Touch Too arrogant for his own good.

The BJP would have done better by electing a Adivasi to the CM post. Perhaps a touch of anti-incumbency as well. In any case what we have seen is an astounding amount of resources that opposition parties and to some extent even Pakistan and some of our neighbors can influence Muslims in India to riot at will. Our Intelligensia Seems more concerned with Aman Ki Asha as well as Sufi recitals to really care about what their actions could mean for themselves in the future.

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Post by chetak » Wed Dec 25, 2019 12:21 pm

social media never forgets :mrgreen:

Last year, @INCIndia said "NRC is OUR baby". @RahulGandhi, it seems, present at the meeting too #NRC #NRC_CAA_Protests


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Post by chetak » Wed Dec 25, 2019 12:36 pm

Congress claims NRC is its baby, BJP ‘befooling’ people by politicising issue



Congress claims NRC is its baby, BJP ‘befooling’ people by politicising issue

The Congress also accused the BJP of politicising the issue for electoral gains and to deflect public attention from government's "failures" including bank scams.



New Delhi
August 4, 2018

Congress claims NRC is its baby, BJP 'befooling' people by politicising issue Congress communications in-charge Randeep Surjewala. (File)

The Congress today staked ownership of Assam’s National Register of Citizens (NRC) exercise while accusing the BJP of “befooling” the people by politicising it, and asserted that it would stand with every Indian citizen who has been left out in the draft list.

“The NRC is a baby of the Congress party,” Congress chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala said after the issue was discussed at length today in the meeting of Congress Working Committee (CWC), the party’s highest decision-making body.

At the meeting, it was said that the NRC was a consequence of the Assam Accord signed by former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi in 1985, to which the party is committed.

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The Congress also accused the BJP of politicising the issue for electoral gains and to deflect public attention from government’s “failures” including bank scams.

The party cited figures provided by the government in Parliament claiming that while Modi government in last four years deported only 1,822 foreign nations, the Congress-led UPA government had deported 82,728 foreigners (Bangladeshis) between 2005 and 2013.

Surjewala said the NRC process was initiated by the party and after preparing elaborate framework, it put in place modalities, identifying and affixing processes and building a consensus among the stakeholders.

He said the previous Congress governments in Assam and at the Centre had initiated the NRC process in 2005 to identify the foreigners, who had illegally entered India.

Surjewala said that the Congress government in 2009 headed by Manmohan Singh sanctioned Rs 489 crore and proceeded to appoint 25,000 enumerators for the NRC process.

It was the Congress Government of Assam, headed by Tarun Gogoi, he said, which completed 80 per cent of NRC process by May 2016, and the exercise is being monitored by the Supreme Court since August 2014.

“The Congress party will ensure that no Indian citizens is deprived of his legitimate right. The Congress stands committed to help and assist every Indian Citizen in this endeavour,” he said.

Surjewala said the Congress reiterates and reaffirms its commitment to the ‘Assam Accord’ as a principal framework and supports the NRC process.

Every Indian citizen must be given full opportunity to establish their credentials and prove their citizenship in “a just, equitable and humane manner, without any fear or favour”, the party said.

“The CWC noted with grave concern the deliberate and diabolic agenda of the BJP to play politics to use NRC as a divisive and emotional tool for misleading the people. This is being done to deflect nation’s attention from the colossal failures, mega scams like Rafale, bank frauds and others as also betrayal of people by the Modi Government on various promises,” he said.

Surjewala said the CWC called upon Congress leaders and workers, both in Assam and in the rest of the country, to “expose the acts of omission and commission being committed by Modi Government and not allow the Government to escape accountability”.

The meeting, chaired by party president Rahul Gandhi, was attended by top party leaders including former prime minister Manmohan Singh, A K Antony, Ghulam Nabi Aza, Mallikarjun Kharge, Ahmed Patel and Ashok Gehlot. However, former party president Sonia Gandhi was unable to attend it.

“We are also aware that there are multiple anomalies in the final draft NRC, leaving out 40 lakh people comprising of indigenous Assamese people, Hindu Bengalis, Nepalis, gorkhas, tea tribes, religious minorities, Indian citizens from other states domiciled in Assam,” he told reporters.

To a question on BJP Amit Shah making it a poll issue in Rajasthan, he said “fake jumlas (rhetoric), empty steam and a divisive mindset’ is the DNA of Shah” and asked him to stop “lying” on deportation of foreigners

“Amit Shah should now apologise to the nation for manufacturing lies and misleading the country purely for political vote garnering in a sinister fashion,” he said.

Responding to another question, he accused the BJP and the Modi Government of “duplicity, deception and double speak” and dared Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP chief Amit Shah to clarify their stance on Citizenship Amendment Bill, 2016.

“On one side, PM and BJP President are shedding crocodile tears on NRC and claiming deportation of foreigners but on the other side, Citizenship Amendment Bill, 2016 seeks to give citizenship to foreigners undoing the entire process of NRC,” he said.

Surjewala said instead of befooling people, Modi, Shah and Assam CM Sarbananda Sonowal must answer whether they support the NRC process or whether they support Citizenship Amendment Bill, 2016, saying both are directly in conflict with each other and NRC Process will fail once citizenship is given to everyone as per the Citizenship Amendment Bill.


PM Modi,Shri Amit Shah & Assam CM must answer whether they support the NRC process or whether they support Citizenship Amendment Bill,2016 as both are directly in conflict with each other & NRC Process will fail once citizenship is given to everyone as per Citizenship Bill 10/

— Randeep Singh Surjewala (@rssurjewala) August 4, 2018


“PM Modi, Amit Shah and Sonowal cannot fool all the people all the time. Time has come for them to answer to people,” he said.

The Congress had invited Assam PCC chief Ripun Bora, CLP leader Debabrata Saikia and other Congress MPs from Assam to speak on NRC issue. Former Assam chief minister Tarun Gogoi also spoke on the issue.

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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by chetak » Wed Dec 25, 2019 3:53 pm

Protesting is a right, violence carries consequences


Protesting is a right, violence carries consequences

18 December 2019
GAUTAM CHIKERMANE

Those in charge of India’s governance, both at the Centre and in the States, need to understand the 21st century politics are at cross-purposes with those in the 20th century.


The ongoing violent protest against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019, enacted by Parliament and turned into law on 12 December 2019 is one more in the short history of the first year of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s second term. They follow protests against the Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Act, 2019, enacted on 31 July 2019 by Parliament; the abrogation of Article 370 through the Constitution (Application to Jammu and Kashmir) Order, 2019, C.O. 272, enacted on 6 August 2019 by Parliament; and the Ram Mandir judgement pronounced on 9 November 2019 by the Supreme Court. All four have been lingering issues. All four were needed. All four have been debated in all forums. And all four have invited protests.

Irrespective of the narrative or the spin you want to give these changes, they have been enacted or turned into law democratically, through democratic institutions. In the case of the citizenship law, the Muslim women law, and the Jammu and Kashmir order, the institutional structure has been Parliament. In the case of Ram Mandir, it has been the Supreme Court. Further, even after their enactment, the laws on citizenship as well as the changes made in Article 370, will be tested for their Constitutionality in the Supreme Court. Only if they pass muster, will they remain on the statute books. That’s how a democracy functions the world over. And that’s how it is in India.

The currency of protests has been to deface properties, damage them.

And like in every democracy the world over, not all constituents will agree, there will be some that will protest. All democracies, not merely ‘including’ India but ‘notably’ India, provide spaces for protests. But for a long time, the grammar of protests in India has been attempting to destroy India’s institutional Parliament-Executive-Judiciary grid, delegitimise it using political violence. It is political in the sense of a perceived collective action; it is violent in the degree of using physical force; it is political violence in the way that it uses violence to impose political goals. From students of Jawaharlal Nehru University to those in Jamia Millia Islamia, the currency of protests has been to deface properties, damage them.

Outside these haloed institutions of education, as the ‘movement’ gathers momentum, and non-students join the orgy of violence, public property has been destroyed. New Delhi’s Seelampur became the hub of violence, with 21 people, including 12 policemen and six civilians injured. While none of the 10 arrested are Jamia students, police is not ruling out their arrests if investigations reveal their participation; 80 students are undergoing treatment in a hospital. Above all, more than 30 police personnel — whose hands are tied; damned if they enforce law and order, damned if they don’t — have been injured. Gone is the assumption that this violence is merely a 15-second video on social media and doesn’t affect us directly: apart from a bus with passengers sitting in it, the protestors attacked a school bus carrying children — the police had to intervene and help children de-board so they could be escorted to safety.

To wreak damage on government property such as buses or buildings, to attack the police who they know will not retaliate when criminals hide behind women, to inflict harm on citizens who are simply going about their work, smacks of an approach steeped in the depths of dictatorships and anarchies, and to use a word favoured by these protestors against their opponents, fascism. Not democracy. Let’s explore these definitions. Dictatorship is the rule — not governance but rule — of a single person, a single ideology or a single government. Fascism is a single-party dictatorship. Both stand opposed to democracy. Both eschew the rule of law. Both these definitions fit countries like China a glove. Anarchy is a state when there is no authority. Hong Kong is teetering on the edge of anarchy and China maybe seeking a forceful response, while parts of Haiti are descending into it. Neither dictatorship nor anarchy nor fascism is happening in India. These are simply words that have been weaponised.

Violence as an instrument of protest has been sanctified, fanned and legitimised by yesterday’s politics to push for other issues as well. The agitation against the Mandal Commission in August 1990, was one such.

Violence has accompanied protests since India’s Independence. Broadly, in various permutations and combinations, India has seen three kinds of violence — communal, electoral and entitlements. The early expressions of violence were of a communal nature — Hatia Ranchi saw 183 dead in 1967, Ahmedabad witnessed 512 deaths in 1969, Jalgaon lost 100 lives in 1970. The worst communal riots occurred in 1984, when 2,733 Sikhs were killed; Nellie saw 1,819 die a year earlier, Moradabad 1,500 in 1980; and Gujarat 1,267 in 2002. Electoral violence was common mostly during the 1970s, to a lesser extent in the 1980s, and is gradually diminishing across India, the case of West Bengal and Kerala, notwithstanding. The 18 February 1983 violence in Nellie had electoral moorings, and the issue then was the same as is being protested today — illegal immigrants. Violence as an instrument of protest has been sanctified, fanned and legitimised by yesterday’s politics to push for other issues as well. The agitation against the Mandal Commission in August 1990, was one such. Roads and rails were blocked, public property destroyed, markets looted. Violence its currency, the movement also saw the rise and fall of self-inflicted violence in the form of self-immolation.

The legitimacy of violence has its roots in politics. There seems to be an unwritten contract between political parties that allow the venting off of steam by allowing government properties such as buses or rails to be destroyed. If personal properties are destroyed there could be a greater implication, further protests, and a sign that the government cannot deliver the first component of governance — law and order — to citizens. On the other hand, the cost destroying government property is invisible. But in a resource starved nation like India, every such destruction has a direct bearing on the way economic resources have to be remobilised through taxes. With most of India not paying direct taxes, the economic implication of such a destruction seems like an entitlement.

“We need to give the same freedom — and the accompanying responsibility — to the police today.”

This entitlement has been and still is being taken to preposterous levels. Take the preposterous idea that the police cannot enter universities. According to legal experts, there is no law that prevents the police from entering any campus if they need to. But we don’t need a Supreme Court lawyer to tell us that. Under law, it is the job of the police to ensure peace and university campuses are not exempt. They may be noisy, create ruckus, resort to violence, deface and destroy their campus. But they do not have immunity from law. At best, it is a privilege and a courtesy — not a right. It can be withdrawn.

The same discourse exists on roads, in parks, on tracks. The first job of any government is to establish the rule of law. This should preferably be done peacefully. But when required, the police should not be held back from exercising force. We saw the success of giving freedom to the armed forces at the Balakot attack. We need to give the same freedom — and the accompanying responsibility — to the police today. If an adult is old enough to throw a stone, s/he is old enough to be arrested and brought before the law. In the course of that arrest, if force is to be used, the police must use it. We cannot expect the police to start pulling out reference manuals of standard operating procedures, get two levels of checks from seniors, and only then use force. It has to be used in the moment. Training helps, but it is not infallible.

The first job of any government is to establish the rule of law. This should preferably be done peacefully. But when required, the police should not be held back from exercising force.

Because the State has a monopoly on violence (as it does on the creation of money) and the police is the arm deploying it within borders, there are checks and balances of restraint on its use. Force by the police should be the instrument of last resort. But for too long, the ‘last resort’ has been manipulated and devalued beyond recognition, to the point of punishing police personnel for following and executing the law. This narrative has come into force using the power of an ecosystem that looks at violent protestors as victims and law enforcers as assaulters. With new tools such as cameras on phones and on city streets, it is difficult to hide wrongdoings. If as a changing society and an economic powerhouse, we seek zero tolerance for violence in a rising India, irrespective of who the perpetrators are — criminals, students or any other citizen including political leaders — they should be given no quarter. We tie down our police force if we hold them back or punish them for doing their job.

Chief Justice of India S.A. Bobde has made a start by demanding the end of violence at Jamia Milia Islamia. Parliament and the government (the police in particular), need to come up to task. Home Minister Amit Shah is on course. “When a protest becomes violent then it is the duty of the police to contain the violence, and they did so,” he said. As India heads into the next decade, all democratic institutions need to work together and ensure a zero-violence political atmosphere. On the other side, as in every democracy from the US and the UK to France and Italy, protests will continue. But protests are a democratic right, violence a crime.

Those in charge of India’s governance, both at the Centre and in the States, need to understand the 21st century politics are at cross-purposes with those in the 20th century. If political leaders and their parties continue to use violence as mediums of protest, they will be left behind and voted out. The new politics of India must understand the new governance demands of silent citizens — the time of pandering to the noisiest is over; the time for using gender, class, caste, status, religion to gloss over crimes is behind us; the time for using violence as a tool to bend the will of the State has gone. As India steps into the next decade, let us do so with this dictum for protestors: violence has consequences.

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Post by chetak » Thu Dec 26, 2019 4:00 pm

Why endangered India has few well-wishers abroad


Why endangered India has few well-wishers abroad

India has entered the stage of a quasi-civil war. It is a blunt warning to the incumbent government that it will not be allowed to govern, regardless of the mandate promised in its election manifesto that it is seeking to implement.

Gautam Sen,
26-12-2019.

The nationwide outcry over the perfectly reasonable and measured legislative programme pertaining to the NRC and the CAA has revealed starkly what some already know. India has very few friends abroad and a significant number of Indian citizens, of all religious backgrounds, would be ready to betray it without a second thought. These are the people who will create internal disorder to distract India’s security apparatus, presumably on cue, should it face a dire challenge along its borders and find itself struggling. They are also, alarmingly, able to mobilise a not insignificant segment of the population, either paid or uninformed, to vent their rage against the government and authorities for grievances that may have nothing to do with the issue hand, as in the case of the CAA and NRC. Of course, the NRC hasn’t even been framed yet though rage is being vented over it, echoed maliciously by the Congress President with little grasp over issues affecting the country she had once remotely usurped with catastrophic consequences.

The ghastly Godhra killings were an earlier example of India’s internal enemies being mobilised by its adversaries. Pakistan sponsored murder and mayhem inside India by getting its assets within it to undertake an arson attack against the bogeys of the Sabarmati Express. It compromised India’s military mobilisation under operation Parakram, the reaction to the attempt to decapitate its entire national parliamentary leadership; a casus belli if there was ever one. More remarkable, in many respects, was Pakistan’s apparent ability to incite continuing protest in India against CM Modi for a whole decade, in an attempt to derail the career of someone who represented national renewal. One British-Indian university academic, handsomely funded by India’s MEA itself and host to senior officials of the ministry, wrote in the utterly partisan Financial Times, denouncing India’s ‘military adventurism and belligerence towards Pakistan’. He remains an honoured guest at India’s High Commission in London!

The ongoing violent protest highlights the graphic reality that few are willing to recognise and it is also unlikely to prompt the appropriate conclusions. Self-satisfaction, complacency and boundless confidence at India’s economic gains since the early 1990s will obscure the dark reality of its dire predicament. The attempt to clarify the basis of Indian citizenship and define its porous borders were immediately perceived as an assertion of its nationhood that was intolerable to a whole array of adversaries. They had long felt comfortable with a soft state whose vitals were being gradually being eaten away from within, as a prelude to a final denouement of the Indian Union. Domestic armed groups, in various guises, separatist regional movements and demographic transformation of its border regions, all with some degree of foreign involvement, was advancing towards the kind of crisis its myriad protagonists are now demonstrating in the streets of Indian cities.

This gradual dissolution of the India Union has been occurring on many fronts, undertaken by an alliance of the church and assorted Jihadis, who hope to settle with each other after the principal nuisance, the Hindu majority, has been disempowered. The models are the Northeast, West Bengal and Kerala. The Northeast states legally curtails the rights of Indians citizens, deemed outsiders, within its territory and humiliatingly refused to allow some ashes of the late Atal Behari Vajpayee to be immersed in a local river; a church sponsored monumental insult that was, as usual, swallowed without demur. Much of the region was originally gifted to the church by the ever-generous Jawaharlal Nehru, anxious to remain a beacon of hope and humanity in the eyes of the West. The West Bengal phenomenon is to intimidate the local Hindu population by ensuring the election of an outrageously partisan and thoroughly criminal political party. Of course, the backdrop to this outcome was more than a century of Anglicised mis-education that created a profoundly déraciné estrangement of Bengalis from the Indian mainstream, including their own greatest saints and thinkers. It was, in turn, followed by exposure to a particularly virulent Leftist mutant of the cancer that completed the goal of sowing utter confusion and institutionalised self-hatred. A further intermediate alternative for the quislings is to emplace a government that will do the bidding of church fathers and mullahs, as in Kerala, while local Hindus remain preoccupied with ancient jealousies.

These fissures within Indian society have long been known to seasoned foreign predators who have intervened on many levels to take advantage to further their nefarious plans to seize various pieces of sovereign Indian real estate. It is this conspiracy that the NRC and CAB appeared to challenge and constituted the final straw that broke the foreign camel’s back. The adversaries perceived an opportunity to strike, without having to watch and wait for Modi Sarkar’s demise for some other mundane reason, which is how Vajpayee’s NDA I perished because onions prices had increased. Such absurd priorities of the Hindu electorate amply explain why the people of India have been repeatedly subjected to prolonged subjugation by invaders. Following the departure of NDA-I, Indians replaced their perfectly decent government with robber barons who began accelerating the liquidation of the India Union through aggressive evangelist conversion, facilitating Jihadi incursions and the wrecking of the economy through plunder. Once the subsequent attempt was made by the NDA-2 to define who is an Indian and, as a corollary, India’s borders through the CAA, the criminal fraternity found the challenge to their nefarious goals, which had advanced precipitously under their foreign-born leader, intolerable.

All local assets controlled from abroad were swiftly activated, while a chorus of the foreign media engaged in a shrill cry of censure though without being able to substantiate what great wrongs had been committed. India academic specialists abroad, Western and of Indian-origin, its most insidious and venal enemies, joined the chorus to provide legitimacy for rioting and violence, effectively espousing the Jihadi war cry of ‘Islam in danger’. There can be no doubt that significant funds have been flowing into India in recent weeks to incite protest and finance dissenters. Few seem aware how widespread is the bribing of so-called journalists, activists and pseudo academics to serve the purposes of foreign adversaries of India. All it takes to avoid the perils of the hawala route is to use an international credit or debit card whose pre-set spending limit can be settled abroad. Recently, I met an Indian human rights and social activist who was being inexplicably funded on a tour by Britain’s major media dissimulator and fraudster. Another, who seemed perfectly trustworthy at first, turned out to be in the pay of industrialists and engaged in promoting their interests while feigning nationalist inclinations on the Internet.

A huge hole in the heart of the civilisation of Indica is the absence of an elite, with a steely cold and unsentimental cast of mind and intellectual prowess, willing to render service to it against destructive forces militating against its wellbeing and survival. On the contrary, a significant swathe of the country seems mired in parochial regional and other multifarious prejudices and loyalties that frequently guaranteed past defeats in the face of the most dangerous invading enemies. Again, and again too many of India’s people have chosen eventual desolation and enslavement over the rational inclination to cooperate with each other and, at least, postpone petty local squabbles when faced with an immediate common enemy. At this momentous time of national self-assertion and the defining of its basic identity as a people, a large number of the highly educated and extremely privileged Indians, across the globe, are shrieking aloud for the despoliation of the country. Such is the sickness of the soul they are not even bothering to seriously assess the veracity of the accusations that would supposedly justify India’s effective self-immolation.

The people and leaders of the Indian polity and non-existent intelligentsia class are also failing abysmally to tackle the near-universal hostile narrative about their nation that constantly calls for its demise. It seems clear from the choices of its leaders that they themselves don’t even understand the nature and scale of the problem, leave alone show the capacity to organise to combat it. The most tragic aspect of the situation is that some of the most vocal déraciné citizens of India, who are denouncing it, refuse to look to examples of how other nation’s actually control their own narrative and destiny. They decline any comment on China’s unforgiving demonstration how it can be done, without ceremony and with ruthless self-assertion. China has reasserted complete control over its own historical narrative, which flows from researchers in its own universities. Outsiders are excluded and denied access if they fail to toe the official line, which is, in fact, under the jurisdiction of the state authorities. A major sympathetic study of China notes the improbability of the widely held conviction in China that a park in China once adorned a notice forbidding the entry of dogs and Chinese, but hesitated to dismiss it though he found no evidence for what was likely to be an ‘urban legend’.

An accident of fate, though somewhat predictable in retrospect, has caught the nationalist government led by Narendra Modi in a trap. A whole multitude of those increasingly unsettled by a succession of political victories of the forces of national unity suddenly found an opportunity to launch a spiteful counterattack. Their fortuitous ability to motivate domestic unrest and the liberal inflow of foreign lucre to fund it has caught the government off guard. The decisive measures of the Modi government to defend the national interest by launching raids across the border, on the ground and from the air, in response to a series of the most outrageous assaults on India, from the repeated attacks on Mumbai, since 1993 to the attempt to decapitate India’s entire political leadership in 2001 and so many others, were being answered. They were followed by legislative changes on triple talaq that constituted a signal that egregious human rights violations would no longer be tolerated merely because they were asserted by a truculent minority, forever ready to threaten violence. Then, the tectonic historic Ayodhya verdict. And followed subsequently by the enormously important CAA and the prospect of a nationwide NRC. The deeply compromised opposition parties, clearly connected to foreign adversaries in contemporary India and other local assets of foreign powers, have risen to the challenge. India has entered the stage of a quasi-civil war. It is a blunt warning to the incumbent government that it will not be allowed to govern, regardless of the mandate promised in its election manifesto that it is seeking to implement. The scent of blood has prompted frenzy among the adversarial political piranhas and sharks while the poisonous black mambas and cobras of the media hiss in joy. It is now incumbent on as many Indians as possible to take to the streets, in a massive show of force to defend their government. This is the moment when selfless courage and readiness are required to make sacrifices to defend the Indian Constitution, the integrity of the nation and the civilisation of Indica against foreign foes and their assets within India. These are the so-called Left in criminal university networks of alleged students, their international allies, the evangelists and Jihadis. This is indeed the moment of truth and all self-respecting Indians must be determined to prevail, at any cost.



Disclaimer: The opinions expressed within this article are the personal opinions of the author. IndiaFacts does not assume any responsibility or liability for the accuracy, completeness, suitability, or validity of any information in this article.

Gautam Sen
Dr. Gautam Sen taught international political economy at the London School of Economics and Political Science for over two decades.

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Post by chetak » Fri Dec 27, 2019 11:49 am

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Post by chetak » Sat Dec 28, 2019 4:22 am

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Post by Muns » Tue Dec 31, 2019 6:24 am

PM Modi launches outreach campaign, tweets Sadhguru video

https://www.india-aware.com/latest/pm-m ... uru-video/

Watched the video myself on YouTube. Another fantastic explanation buy Sadhguru. He really knows how to take on difficult questions as well as topics and really lays the bare-bones when it comes to the facts. The more I listen to his explanations the more respect to have for him. Truly a real gem in a long lineage of Guru Parampara. Unfortunately I'm sure a lot of Western powers will do what it takes to try and discredit him as well. That may be another discussion for another day. However what is clear is the fake agenda as laid out by the opposition parties with regard to refusing to cooperate with CAA and then the NRC as well.

Truly it sets up nightmare scenario where millions of illegal unregistered immigrants will form the basis of vote bank politics in ghettoized regions all over India. Not just this but expect mass riots, rapes as well as further insular focus in the name of religion. The crony minority opposition parties will grow from strength to strength and what we will see is multitude of greedy multiparty Indians with their own agendas to pursue.


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Post by Muns » Tue Dec 31, 2019 6:42 am

There has been another disturbing trend by NDTV in trying to disregard governmental organizations as being supportive of the central government. This includes the UP police and now to even some extent the Indian Army and Bipin Rawat. Just goes to show how NDTV would stoop so low to equate the Indian Army with the Pakistani Army and try to create an equal equal all for the sake of Bipin Rawat making a political statement. Nothing has been said of the multitudes of policemen who got shot and had to fight against a hail of stones in almost like a intifida situation. Truly they were caught off guard when it seems Indian media channels along with foreign powers seems to have pressed the trigger button into mass riots and protests against the CAA.

There no respect for who the person is and what understanding they may be to offer an opinion, it seems that they must remain automatons and toe the line to which NDTV sets the standard. It is a good thing that Bipin Rawat has been elected as CDS. I hope he has some payback.
Another fake news to which they consistently tried to force is repetitively stating that Priyanka Gandhi was manhandled by the UP policewomen. Looks like she's been caught out and now is starting to state that her security is of no concern and has twisted it now to being the security of the nation is a bigger concern. What a farce. Constant changing of the goalposts.

CAA is not now about illegal immigration or refugees but about the violence committed by the UT police. I hope that over the next week as the of plan the BJP comes out in a big way to nullify the propaganda to which they have tried to create.

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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by chetak » Wed Jan 01, 2020 11:34 am

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What to say in an interview or panel discussion on macroeconomic policy to address India's slowdown.

India needs very serious reforms: IMF's Gita Gopinath | Deccan Herald https://www.deccanherald.com/business/i ... 89662.html



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C,I,X on the left hand side before slowdown.

Credit, investment, x is exports

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Post by Muns » Thu Jan 02, 2020 7:32 am

Amazing to think that half of the news reports going on are simply reporting on the fact that Nellai Kannan was arrested for his remarks against Modi and Shah. What were his remarks? Well he actually asked Indian Muslims to come out and "finish them off". None of the media outlets reported on this but instead wanted to focus on the fact that he actually got arrested.
The media is not just biased, but downright a threat to national security. Any threat now to our PM is simply glossed over and blamed on Indian right wing Yindus/Brahmins/Hindutva/RSS agenda.
Simply do not report on the news unless it can compromise the above in someway.

On some level it is upsetting. I know many will draw a comparison to Trump and try and create equal equal argument. If there's one thing, that I will say is that every situation is different. Many will draw a comparison to the rise of the right wing all across the world. For many of us that follow these forums, the distinction couldn't be clearer but yet we get lumped into the same groupings.

There is unfortunately no easy way to combat this but to continually expose these viruses for what they are....looking to invade a naive brain and infest it with their version of propaganda. For those that are social media savvy, need to expose Nellai Kannan for what he is, simply a greedy twit looking to gain more standing with his congress masters.....

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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by chetak » Sat Jan 04, 2020 9:51 am

Sudhanshu Trivedi holds forth on how the words "socialist" and "secular" were rammed into the preamble of the Indian constitution during the emergency.
Jabardast baja di @GouravVallabh ki @SudhanshuTrived ne . Aise kaun karta hai


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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by chetak » Sat Jan 04, 2020 5:21 pm

watch the videos in sequence

The plight of Hindus in a legally secular India. #WakeUpHindus. Think of the India you want to leave for your descendants

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https://twitter.com/haryana_sanjay/stat ... 7357316096

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Post by chetak » Sun Jan 05, 2020 11:18 am

The context is important and not the labouriously contrived explanation of some deceptively prejudiced moron like javed akhtar trying to convince the Hindus that faiz himself was not communal or that his poetry was not communal when every communist who ever claimed to be secular and atheist, was also a rabid Hindu hater, starting with the most venomous bigot of them all, karl marx.

watch video

How @TahirGora ji knows, exactly what offended Hindus when all RW and LW are busy justifying that Faiz was not Hindu hater.

In today’s circumstances, It is alarming, when u hear..SAB but giraye jaayenge, bas naam rahega ALLAH ka.



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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by chetak » Mon Jan 06, 2020 11:53 am

our job less journo is desperately trying to get herself a paying presstitute gig for the new year

burki butt has been consistently pouring oil on troubled waters by spinning the leftist narrative and blaming the AVBP for the attacks right from the word go


JNU violence: Did the left orchestrate violence and then played the victim card against the ABVP?
JNU violence: Did the left orchestrate violence and then played the victim card against the ABVP?

Akshay Narang,
6 January 2020

The JNU campus yesterday witnessed ugly scenes of violence as a group of masked goons ran riot in the University campus. The JNUSU president Aishe Ghosh was rendered injured with a bloodied head while many others from the left camp as well as AVBP sustained injuries. Almost as soon as the reports of violence started coming in, the entire left-liberal cabal went hammer and tongs against the ABVP, blaming it for violence. However, an objective analysis of what transpired on the University campus yesterday reveals that there are clear markings of leftist violence on the campus of the Central University, followed by an attempt to shift the blame on the ABVP.

Three broad factors conclusively prove how it was the excessively dominant left in JNU that orchestrated violence and how there was an active campaign set in place to wrongly frame ABVP in this unprecedented violence.

1. Registration boycott: the starting point of violence

While the leftist cabal and some eminent journalists are claiming that a group of masked goons belonging to the BJP suddenly resorted to violence, an official press note from the JNU administration has set the record straight. According to this note, “Around 4.30 PM, a group of students who are against the registration process moved aggressively from the front of the admin block and reached the hostels.” The note adds that students who came for the registration were beaten up by a group of students opposed to registration. Post the fee-hike protests, this registration boycott had been initiated by the left ruled JNUSU and had been going on for over a week. On January 3, a group of students in masks forcibly entered the office of the Center for Information System, switched off the power supply, forcibly evicted all technical staff & made servers dysfunctional with the intent to not allow online registrations to take place. Yesterday was supposedly the last day for registration, and many students had flocked in despite facing hostilities by left goons allegedly from SFI, AISA led by JNUSU itself.

Please RT official statement from JNU adminstration. Clearly left orchestrated violence. pic.twitter.com/1W5lx9AQDB

— अंकित जैन (@indiantweeter) January 5, 2020

The administration’s version also seems reliable and consistent because the left-wingers at the university had resorted to disruptive activities on January 3 and January 4 when those opposed to registration had stopped the wifi service in the JNU campus. The administration’s version is thus well corroborated.

Violence at the University was a result of the leftist diktat against registration. But when hundreds of students defied that diktat, the anti-registration lobby resorted to violence. This version is also corroborated by Raj Shekhar Jha from TOI.

Above all this, the JNUSU president who herself was injured, was earlier seen with a bunch of masked men in a video that surfaced today and was shared by a Republic TV journalist.

Watch: @JNUSUofficial president Aishee Ghosh is seen with masked men inside JNU. pic.twitter.com/ok2jxiEHWU

— Piyush Mishra (@Piyush_mi) January 6, 2020



This is how it started in JNU.
Hundreds of students have taken registration even after the boycot by JNUSU led by Leftwingers.

— Swadesh Singh (@swadesh171) January 5, 2020

My JNU sources say that whole fight started over registration. Leftists didn’t want any one to register but around 2,000 students defied their diktat. ~300 leftists (some say from outside – Jamia etc) came in night to attack ABVP folks in hostels. The clashes continued today.

— Arihant (@haryannvi) January 5, 2020

Read this. pic.twitter.com/4GsExEJgle

— Slackwyrm (@slackwyrm) January 5, 2020

JNU: The administration contacted the Police to come and maintain law & order on the campus today. By the time police came, students who came for the registration were beaten up by a group of agitating students opposting the registration.

— Raj Shekhar Jha (@rajshekharTOI) January 5, 2020







2. Injuries sustained by ABVP activists

Testimonies of injured students and ABVP activists reveal how the masked goons selectively targeted ABVP activists. One of the injured students has revealed how the leftist goons went berserk beating up students and ABVP activists with sticks, stones and even iron rods. One of the girl students had revealed that the leftist goons went berserk and even hurled expletives at her. She revealed how a mob of 100-200 leftist goons went berserk at Periyar Hostel in JNU. They barged into the hostel rooms, where they started beating up students. In the ensuing violence, she sustained injuries, including a fracture in her hand. The JNU guards on duty have also revealed how the dominant leftist cabal in the University had resorted to violence against them. Such was the intensity of violence against the ABVP that 25 if its members got seriously injured, while 11 are missing.

“Around four to five hundred members of the left wing gathered around the Periyar hostel, vandalised the hostel and forcibly entered the hostel to thrash the ABVP activists inside,” ABVP’s JNU unit Pres Durgesh told IANS before news of more violence broke out.

pic.twitter.com/VmW1AY7CGy

— payal bhayana (@payalbhayana) January 5, 2020

Listen to what Valentina was made to undergo by the leftist goons in JNU. the protest against fee hike is now a full blown naxal led mayhem in JNU where they want Kangaroo Court to decide evrything#leftattacksJNU pic.twitter.com/Ipd4jh4zRR

— Sandeep Mahapatra (@sdeepmahapatra) January 5, 2020

JNU guards on duty attacked by the communists/naxals and narrate their woes !#JNUViolence #JNUProtests #JNUattack #jnuunderattack #EmergencyinJNU pic.twitter.com/qqFPPpHLKR

— Anima Sonkar (@AnimaSonkar) January 5, 2020

Statement of Durgesh Kumar (President, ABVP JNU) on the attack. ABVP rightly blames the Left.

If you notice, the ABVP narrative on what led to the violence on campus is consistent, where as what you see on the other side is a lot of rhetoric and theatrics.pic.twitter.com/zoLrUBT6ax

— Amit Malviya (@amitmalviya) January 5, 2020

Another account but absolutely consistent with what others have said so far… Communists are targeting students with differing political affiliations and obstructing registration process… Compare this with theatrics of Left leaders who have queued up at JNU! #LeftAttacksJNU pic.twitter.com/5ydc6lvZvo

— Amit Malviya (@amitmalviya) January 5, 2020



3. Fake screenshots and false allegations against ABVP

As soon as the reports of violence come in, the rumour mills started working in full flow with wild, imaginative and “unverified” allegations such as acid attack by ABVP activists doing the rounds. Later on, eminent journalists including Barkha Dutt shared WhatsApp screenshots in a bid to conclusively indict the ABVP of perpetrating violence. This is where the leftists have got exposed in an unprecedented and shameful manner.

First Fake News- Student killed in Jamia

Second Fake News- Police cutting off hands in AMU

Third Fake News- Police raping minors in UP.

Hopefully this fourth one clicks, fingers crossed. pic.twitter.com/PWOTi8b37Y

— Liberals Of Delhi (@LiberalsOfDelhi) January 5, 2020

There are screenshots of two main groups- ‘Unity against Left’ and ‘Left Terror down down’. Interestingly, a provocative message that Barkha Dutt has shared from the ‘Unity against Left’ group, however, the number which texted this provocative message belongs INC crowdfunding. The other group, that is, “Left terror down down” is an even more naíve and shoddy attempt to wrongly frame the ABVP. A screenshot of the group chat reveals that the name of the group has been renamed several times. The original name of the group was “Sanghi goons moordabad”. It was renamed as “ABVP chee chee” and finally the desperate leftists made a shoddy attempt with an entirely new name to frame the ABVP.

Brilliant!!!! pic.twitter.com/NiglRpTMKV

— Alone musk (@Anshulkanwar3) January 5, 2020

Ye dekho Bhai kaise group Ka naam badal Kar rumor failate ja rahe hai pic.twitter.com/VOVei895Mn

— karan (@karanboss11) January 5, 2020



It is thus amply clear that JNU violence last night is in line with the leftist modus operandi of first indulging in rampant violence and then resorting to a deep sense of victimhood to shift blame for the violence

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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by Muns » Thu Jan 09, 2020 7:28 am

I think there has been a concerted effort by opposition parties to do whatever they can to hold on to the capitol. There has been the usual bogey again of trying to create a "Hindu terror" card by trying to label the ABVP and the RSS as goons with a Jehadi mindset. No proof whatever, but the left fueled by Abrahamic forces will do whatever they can to reduce the footprint further of the BJP.
Absolutely ridiculous tweets over the last couple of days with left and Paki trolls placing scarfs over peoples faces and identifying to ABVP members.
Bollywood has played no exception to this either.
Expect the bogey of "Hindu terror" to be a common feature when it comes to elections in the future.

We should be releasing a vid soon regarding ABVP opinion from students. Come Delhi elections we would hope to bring out videos everyday if necessary to try and balance the avalanche of anti Hindu agenda.

I hear Kejriwal has also been handing out freebies like there is no tomorrow. No worries for state budget anymore, free bus rides, gas, food, education. You name it....bankrupt the union territory and then cry that the central govt not releasing more funds....few crores for him of course......

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Post by chetak » Thu Jan 09, 2020 8:44 am

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=90U9hA2EBA4



JNU professor Makarand Paranjape tells ugly truth of university and why is there civil war at JNU?




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Post by chetak » Thu Jan 09, 2020 10:33 am

JNU has been used by the Left to further its political agenda



JNU has been used by the Left to further its political agenda


In 1983, leftist politics on campus became so violent and uncontrollable that the university had to be closed for a year.



Srinivas
January 9, 2020

It is worth noting that during the Emergency when there was opposition to the authoritarian government all over the country, a section of the communists of JNU were silent, says Srinivas.

The recent incident at Jawaharlal Nehru University can be understood only in the backdrop of the incidents of violence and chaos that have been going on for the last 50 years. The Left considers this university its stronghold and since its establishment (April 22, 1969), it has dominated JNU’s politics. Frequent violent episodes have occurred in this period.

The young today might incorrectly assume that JNU has been in the headlines only after the coming of a non-Left government in 2014. The Economic and Political weekly, a journal held in high regard by communists, carried an article on July 9, 1983, which stated: “JNU is again in news. News of the smallest incidents JNU finds prominent place in the media. This time even the BBC was fascinated by JNU.”

In 1983, leftist politics on campus became so violent and uncontrollable that the university had to be closed for a year. Even the leftist masters of propaganda will not be able to accuse someone else for the large-scale violence of that period — no other ideologies, especially the nationalist one, had been allowed to enter JNU at the time. The then vice-chancellor, P N Srivastava, told the media that rowdy students had forcefully entered his house, destroyed his property and looted his 35-year deposits. Harjit Singh, who was the warden of Jhelum Hostel, witnessed the horrors of a rampaging mob of communists breaking into his house. These teachers were accused by leftist students of being “nationalists”. In this violence, teachers who subscribed to the Left ideology were engaged in instigating the students and making plans for them. After this incident, a contingent of paramilitary forces had to be deployed in the campus for a fairly long time.

It is worth noting that during the Emergency, when there was opposition to the authoritarian government all over the country, a section of the communists of JNU were silent. This was because a major left party had declared its support for the Emergency. Many major incidents of violence also occurred in the 1990s. In 2000, a sensational case of violence in JNU was alleged in Parliament by BJP MP B C Khanduri. In the open auditorium of JNU, a mushaira was organised by leftist organisations. They had called in poets from Pakistan.

There some couplets were sung describing India as bad and Pakistan as good, and from the stage, lines were read condemning India’s action in the recent Kargil war. Two Indian soldiers —who were on leave — were sitting in audience and had themselves taken part in Kargil. They stood up to oppose what was happening. The leftists beat them up and threw them outside the main gate.

In 2005, there was a controversy on the arrival of the then Prime Minister of India to JNU, which resulted in violence. In 2010, when 76 CRPF jawans were killed in a Maoist attack in Dantewada, there was mourning across the country. But at the Godavari Dhaba in JNU, it was alleged that Left groups celebrated the event. In 2013, there was a celebration of “Mahisasura Day” and a pamphlet was distributed which disparaged Durga. Naturally the sentiments of Hindus and Sikhs were hurt by this programme.

In 2016, in JNU, the incident of the alleged slogan of “Bharat tere tukde honge” on the death anniversary of the terrorist Afzal Guru is deeply engraved in the memory of our society. Among those anti-India slogans, there was also “Aaein Hindustan ka, manzoor nahi, manzoor nahi”. “Aaein” means constitution in Persian.

The destructive politics played by the anti-India forces, using JNU as a platform, has three targets — the unity and integrity of its faith and culture and the Constitution. A university is meant to be a centre for study and research. But for the last two-and-a-half months, almost all educational activities in JNU have ceased due to aggression by some people who claim to belong to the Left. These include teachers, students and external elements as well.

The main building of the JNU administration has been occupied for the last 60 days. They also interrupted the semester examination to be held in November-December. Apart from preventing the students from going to their classrooms, these people used pressure from teachers and administrators who subscribe to Left ideology. In order to justify their actions, they sometimes mention the hostel fee as their issue, at others the withdrawal of Article 370 and more recently, the CAA.

Students affiliated to Left groups in JNU issued a decree that no student will register herself for the new semester starting January 1. If the students don’t register, then neither the class nor any examination will be conducted in the university.

The country has begun to realise that any idea that challenges the unity and integrity of India seems to have a connection with the leftists who use JNU as their base. It cannot be a mere coincidence that Naxalite, Maoist, jihadi and separatist forces always appear to find some kind of support from the leftists of JNU.

This article first appeared in the print edition on January 9, 2020 under the title ‘A history of violence’. The writer is the national joint organising secretary of the ABVP

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Post by chetak » Fri Jan 10, 2020 9:27 pm

I have a different take on this

and yet they hate Modi.

BJP Karnataka Verified account @BJP4Karnataka 12h12 hours ago

Muslims form 14.2% of India's population.

Since 2014, using the schemes of @narendramodi government, they got:

✓ 31% of Govt built houses
✓ 33% of Kisan Samman Nidhi
✓ 37% of LPG connections
✓ 36% of MUDRA loans

This gives you an idea how @INCIndia kept them under Poverty.

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Post by chetak » Sun Jan 12, 2020 10:36 am

watch the video

Pramod Mahajan in parliament and his story of how he explained the wonders of Indian democracy to a chinese gentleman who was very curious about democracy.

what he said then is what is happening in MAH today and it was not so far fetched after all. :mrgreen:




Manipur and Goa reminds of this funny speech by slain BJP leader Pramod Mahajan in parliament. Wonders of democracy


https://twitter.com/SquareGas/status/840949529901842432

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Post by chetak » Wed Jan 15, 2020 4:52 pm

The masks are off? JNUSU President Aishe Ghosh rakes up Kashmir during the Jamia protests against CAA


The masks are off? JNUSU President Aishe Ghosh rakes up Kashmir during the Jamia protests against CAA

JANUARY 15, 2020

Several anti-CAA demonstrators today carried out a protest rally in the National Capital to commemorate one month of the protest against the enactment of the Citizenship Amendment Act. The protest was also attended by JNUSU President Aishe Ghosh, against whom two FIRs have been lodged for her alleged involvement in the vandalism of server rooms in Jawaharlal Nehru University on January 4, 2020.

However, referring to the abrogation of Article 370, Ghosh added a new dimension to the protest against the CAA by dredging up the Kashmir issue and linking it with the demonstrations against the citizenship act.

JNUSU president Aishe Ghosh outside Jamia Millia Islamia: Hum is ladai mein Kashmir ka pichha aur unki baat nahi bhul sakte. Unke sath jo ho raha hai, kahin na kahin wahin se is sarkar ne shuru kiya tha ki hamare samvidhan ko hamse chheena jaye. pic.twitter.com/nnfnUQGjWx

— ANI (@ANI) January 15, 2020


“While we are in this fight, we cannot forget Kashmir and the people over there. Whatever is happening with the people in Kashmir, the process of depriving us of our constitution by the central government started from there,” Aishe claimed.

The JNUSU president’s remarks were in reference to the Central Government’s decision taken on August 4, 2019, to strip Jammu and Kashmir of its separate status by abrogating Article 370 and subsequently bifurcate the state into two union territories-Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh. The central government had claimed that the invalidation of Article 370 will enable the real integration of the state with the Indian Union while opening up a host of new economic opportunities for the residents.

However, JNUSU president Aishe Ghosh’s mention of Kashmir during the anti-CAA protests have unmasked the real intentions behind the demonstrations. It vindicates Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s stand who had earlier claimed that the anti-CAA protests are politically motivated and orchestrated by those having ulterior motives.

It is noteworthy to mention that Aishe Ghosh belongs to the hotbed of seditious elements, Jawaharlal Nehru University, where anti-India slogans of “Bharat tere tukde honge inshallah inshallah” and others were raised in 2016. Besides, JNU students also routinely indulge in chanting “Azaadi” slogans.

The Citizenship Amendment Act passed in December 2019 in both the houses of the Indian Parliament seeks to provide fast-track citizenship to the persecuted minorities from the neighbouring countries of Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh.

However, the passage of the act sparked off sporadic protests in some parts of the country, especially at the leftist bastions, where the protestors have put forth perverse reasons claiming that the Act aims to disenfranchise Indian Muslims and is a step towards the transformation of India into a Hindu Rashtra.

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Post by chetak » Thu Jan 16, 2020 5:24 am

To identify the points leading to their simmering resentment,

- computerized exam (has its own issues) instead of a narrative one which recruited foot-soldiers with matching ideology

- minimum qualifying cutoff (50%)

- removing the travesty of deprivation points (quotas already exist!)


The changes that have been brought in JNU suggests a highly competent administrator, who understood the high level of thuggery under the grab of research and effectively implemented policies to counter this. Salute to him

Doctorates are high-echelon academic degrees, not for all and sundry

"JNU could not fill its seats in 2017–18..because of the policy that sets the minimum marks in the written exam to qualify for the viva voce part .. at 50%"


"The 2017–18 admissions saw an 83% cut in seats for the research degrees of the university, and final admissions revealed that only 159 students were admitted..131 seats left vacant"

So, many PG/PhD seats vacant: fewer party-workers!
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The core of the JNU quagmire has not been dissected. The VC is genuinely incompetent as an administrator, however what folk don't realize is, that their post-grad admission process was more like a foot-soldier-recruitment process. The VC disrupted that. Hence the shrieks.

1:30 AM - 12 Jan 2020

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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by chetak » Fri Jan 17, 2020 5:48 am

burki butt seems to have got a lot more than she bargained for. :mrgreen:

she kept trying to do a left==right argument all throughout but came off a poor second best against the formidable Rashmi Das


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This interview must be a class room lecture in all places--
Rashmi Das ex-JNU SU -President is incisive and rips apart left propoganda--A must see RT



https://twitter.com/rvaidya2000/status/ ... 5350959105

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LJKPdfM ... WJEmVdoy2s


JNU Turmoil: "Left has a legacy of attitudinal violence" - Dr Rashmi Das talks To Barkha Dutt



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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by chetak » Sat Jan 18, 2020 1:24 pm

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#Kerala Muslims request a separate state!

#Muslim league requests that we need a separate Islamic State by joining 9 Districts including the nilgiris/kozhikodu/Mallapuram etc So it has started--From EMS created District of Malappuram to an Islamic State:)RT
So finally what we expected has happened!
#Muslim league has Demanded for a separate Malabar state by including 9districts 4m #Kerala & #Tamilnadu
Nilgri (Ooty): TN & Kozhikode Kerala+7 states!
Kerala & TN Hindus are still pretending to be asleep
#SaturdayThoughts




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