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Lalu Yadav a victim of conspiracy: Digvijay Singh
by Hari Om on 03 Oct 2013

On September 30, RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav was convicted by the Special CBI court in the over Rs 900 crore fodder scam and sent to Birsa Munda Jail, Ranchi, Jharkhand, the same day. The judicial process took 17 long years to bring Lalu Prasad Yadav to justice. The CBI court will announce the quantum of sentence today (October 3).
But one thing is clear: Lalu Yadav will remain in jail for a minimum period of three years in case the higher court rejects his appeal against the conviction. Lalu Yadav’s son Tejasvi Yadav told reporters after the judgment was delivered that his father will challenge the judgment as “he is innocent”.  
The response to the long-awaited conviction of Lalu Yadav from the general public and various political parties was along expected lines. The general public welcomed the verdict, while most political parties said the law took its own course and nobody is above law. The BJP hailed the conviction and said it would help check corrupt elements in the system and promote probity in public life. Leader of Opposition Arun Jaitley called it a “watershed moment”.
Congress spokespersons and ministers, without exception, said the party “does not comment” on judicial processes and that they had nothing to say about the conviction. They tried to fool the politically conscious and awakened nation by saying shamelessly that Congress “doesn’t interfere” in judicial processes, though they surely aware that Congress governments under Indira Gandhi, Rajiv Gandhi and Manmohan Singh made a mockery of the justice system by amending and murdering the Constitution and taking the Ordinance route to communalise the polity and society and nullify various landmark court judgments, including the Allahabad High Court verdict that unseated Indira Gandhi in 1975, the 1985 Supreme Court verdict that upheld the maintenance lawsuit of poor Shah Bano during the regime of Rajiv Gandhi and the July 10, 2013 Supreme Court judgment that barred convicted lawmakers from continuing in Parliament and state assemblies and from contesting elections if convicted for two years and more.
However, it the political guru of Sonia Gandhi’s incapable, uninspiring and controversial son Rahul Gandhi, the vice president of the Congress, who took an independent line from other party leaders. Digvijay Singh bemoaned the arrest of Lalu Yadav and shamelessly said deemed his conviction as the outcome of a “conspiracy”.
Who conspired against the RJD chief who had remained loyal to the Congress and defended the corrupt and anti-democratic UPA Government to the hilt? Did the Government of Jharkhand, of which the Congress and RJD are important constituents, manipulate the CBI? Did the JDU Government in Bihar, which has become part of the fast-crumbling and hated UPA for all practical purposes, interfere and influence the Special CBI court? Or, did the Congress-led UPA, which is known for misusing the CBI, hatch a conspiracy against Lalu Yadav? The question of the governments in Jharkhand and Bihar influencing or manipulating the Ranchi-based Special CBI court doesn’t arise at all.
As for the Congress-led UPA Government, it did its best to protect the RJD chief and its own MP, Rashid Masud, who was involved in a scam over medical seat admissions. Indeed, the party was willing to put its little credibility at stake to save these persons, as can be seen from the actions of the UPA Government and the Congress after July 10. Congress spokespersons and ministers, without any exception, opposed the July 10 Supreme Court judgment and tried to mislead the nation by interpreting the historic decision as an interference in the working of the Government.
The UPA regime went to extent of filing a review petition before the Supreme Court, which on September 5 upheld its earlier judgment. A bench comprising Justices AK Patnaik and SJ Mukhopadhyaya said it was “not inclined” to grant a review of the court’s July 10 decision that struck down a provision in the Representation of the People Act (RPA) allowing lawmakers to continue in office for three months even after being convicted.
The Congress Core Group comprising party president Sonia Gandhi, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, ministers P Chidambaram, Sushil Kumar Shinde, AK Anthony, and political secretary Ahmed Patel, had discussed the implications of the judgment on the stability of the regime on September 20m and approved the Ordinance before putting it on the Cabinet agenda.
The Union Cabinet met on September 25 under the chairmanship of the pliable Prime Minister, who heads the most corrupt government and is very appreciative of Lalu Yadav, and cleared the Ordinance. It was forwarded to President Pranab Mukherjee to sign so that it could be quickly promulgated. It was the Congress and the UPA’s last ditch effort to protect the RJD chief, an unholy attempt that was opposed tooth and nail by the BJP.
That is why a BJP delegation consisting of former Deputy Prime Minister LK Advani and Leaders of Opposition in the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha Sushma Swaraj and Arun Jaitley, rushed to the President on September 26 and urged him not to sign the proposed Ordinance. It was fairly apparent that President Mukherjee was in accord with the BJP’s stand and that he raised questions over the timing and need for the Ordinance.
President Mukherjee had called Home Minister SK Shinde, Law Minister Kapil Sibal and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Kamal Nath the same day and virtually expressed his unwillingness to approve the controversial Ordinance and promulgate it before September 30, the day the Special CBI court was to deliver its judgment in the fodder scam involving over 40 politicians, including former Chief Ministers Lalu Yadav and Jagannath Mishra, and several bureaucrats. One report suggested that he proposed to discuss the issue with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on his return from the United States. All this should leave none in doubt that the Congress and the UPA Government conspired against the judicial system to protect the RJD chief.
So who, according to Digvijay Singh, hatched a conspiracy against Lalu Yadav, and even against the Prime Minister and his Cabinet of sycophants? The obvious answer is Rahul Gandhi.
Rahul Gandhi did not say one word against the July 10 Supreme Court verdict and kept his mouth shut when the UPA Government filed a review petition, and again when the Lok Sabha discussed the issue and the Congress Core Group decided to follow the Ordinance route.
But suddenly on September 27, Rahul Gandhi made an unscheduled visit to the Press Club of India where Congress’ chief spokesperson Ajay Maken was defending the Ordinance route, and decisively thrashed the Ordinance: “Now, I will tell you (reporters) what is my opinion on the Ordinance. It is complete nonsense; it should be torn up and thrown away”. This outburst changed the whole situation with Congress ministers and spokespersons shamelessly made a complete U-turn saying what “Rahulji said was the party line”, thus undermining the office of the Prime Minister and the Cabinet system of governance.
It is hardly necessary to point out that both the mother and the son and their advisors, who had felt the pulse of President Mukherjee, decided to ditch the Prime Minister and undermine his Cabinet in a desperate bid to save the Congress from further embarrassment. Political expediency compelled the mother-son team, who symbolise the corruption and evil of the regime, to dump their most dependable ally, Lalu Yadav, and cultivate the rank-opportunist Chief Minister of Bihar, Nitish Kumar, and project themselves as crusaders against corruption.

If Digvijay Singh has the courage of conviction, he should name those who conspired against the RJD chief. But he will not do that because he knows well that the conspiracy against Manmohan Singh and his government and Lalu Prasad Yadav was hatched at the official residences of Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi. Of course, to say all this is not to suggest that Lalu Yadav is innocent. He is not. He, like most of those who control the Congress and the UPA Government, is corrupt to the core. 
http://www.vijayvaani.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?aid=2966


S. Kalyanaraman

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Just few hours ago Times now blarred- mentioning What Samana editorial. They donot write few lines. In the Editorial it contains many matters and how Shri NARENDER MODI WILL SOLVE It- But this channel- has made a mixed MASALA of SHRI LKA and SAMANA comments about Shri Narender Modi.
Why the Following do not stand for Election- if they are worth the SALT they have consumed????!!!!!

While interviewing a person in Brothel was asked certain questions like don’t you feel ashamed doing this work- Their Response was not defensive= but quet  Heart Churning one- They said

Yes we are in this profession for Generations- but we have ethics, honesty, donot sell our Nation, insult our Mother land,talk  ill – we sell our body not our character and IMAN, JASBATH  ( HUM APNA IMAN, DHARAM AUR JASBATH KO NAHIN BIKTHEY) WE ARE HONEST TO OUR PROFESSION and it has all thehe qualities which makes a descent society. You should ask those people who boast about their Education and position the question you are asking us.
They have converted all professionals into a brothel by telling lies, spread false hood, taking bribe etc
read below the worst journos

A wonderful and hilarious article on the state of the present day journalists 


India’s Worst Journalists. Not my list!

Ooooooops!!!!! Someone sent me the article and the link this morning. I am still reeling! Whosoever has written this deadly piece has sure taken on the biggies of the biz; And invested a great deal of time, effort and energy on the list.
Blogdosts…. here’s your chance to vote for your TOP TEN. Go on…. don’t be chicken. Just do it! No malice. Just fun. And if you feel like defending some from this list, be my guest… the space is all yours!
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The previous edition of India’s Worst Journalist in 2010 on this site still remains one of the most popular posts and also a very widely reproduced one. Over the last decade or so our journalists have come to be held in the same contempt that is usually reserved for politiciansMany of them have simply forgotten the art and science of the profession and this is a serious tragedy for aspiring journalists. How they came to such a pass is a long story. The most prominent ones are not even journalists anymore; they are ‘Editorialists’ whose main job is to swing public opinion one way or another.Add to this the epidemic of ‘paid news’ and some of our news channels and newspapers would be nothing more than Bollywood or Commercials. After all, didn’t the late Christopher Hitchens say: “I became a journalist because one didn’t have to specialise”.

Some prominent faces from the 2010 roll of honour have dropped out. Vinod Mehta has retired from active journalism and remains Chairman of Outlook. We wish him well. Suzy Roy has moved from part-time lie-mongering to full-time Maoist-Hurriyat sympathiser. ‘Pastiwalas’ are over-joyed at the ever growing size and weight of her 50+ page essays – they’re the only ones handling them now. Prannoy Roy was also dropped. He is now more into barbeque chats than any serious attempts at journalism. Even elections don’t arouse him. But there are some new faces with the old ones. Polling for IWJ ended today and thanks to all those who voted. So here are the winners from the poll, the list of India’s Worst Journalists-2012 from the poll results. Their 2010 ranking is indicated after their name:

Large & Larger..


10. Nidhi Razdan, NDTV (New entry): She has come to prominence more for many reasons other than journalistic skills. ‘Left, right, centre’ is her signature
programme and happens to be one of those mindless debates on every topic under the sun. She is proof that you can be an expert on everything with specialisation in nothing- The best part of Nidhi? Now, don’t get me wrong, she likes everything large. Whenever confounded by a brilliant argument or point by a panellist she quickly jumps to her favourite line “let’s look at the LARGER picture”. One would have thought that debates are meant to look at the finer small details. No, not with Nidhi, the larger picture is a convenient exit. Training from NDTV helps. My prediction for this debutant is that she is likely to go higher up in the list in the future.

Friendly five member 
9. Kumar Ketkar (New entry): Somewhere a brief bio about Ketkar says “He started his life as an active communist worker of the Lal Nishan Paksh (Red flag party)”. Now why is that not so surprising? And that also explains Ketkar somewhat. He is also reported to be a former speech writer during elections for Congress members. Isn’t that an accomplishment any journalist would be proud of? He has been mostly a Marathi journalist and last heard he is editor of  Divya Marathi. A respected veteran, he was one of the privileged Five invited to a private press meet of PM Manmohan Singh around June 2011. Ever since, it has been downhill. He achieved his right to be on this list through his performances as a panellist. What can I say? I hope being a veteran he doesn’t appear here in the future.

Your Banal 

8. Arnab Goswami, TimesNow (2010 #3): There can be no denying that Arnab is one of the rare patriots among journalists. Almost every one wishes our judiciary could be as quick and decisive as Arnab is. Which is the reason I conferred him the title ‘Justice Arnab’. His performance on TimesNow has definitely battered ratings of NDTV and CNN-IBN. Pick up any scam, any scandal Arnab can throw the documents at you. IB, RAW, GOI have no escape – all documents and papers have to pass through ArnabSometime back I remarked: Most of us wake up in the morning and want Coffee or Tea! Not Arnab, he just wants ‘answers’. Such are the never-ending questions he has. Much before Arnab became a journalist the rock band U2 wrote a song for him – “I still haven’t found what I’m looking for”. They were the only ones to anticipate all the unanswered questions he’d come up with. Undeniable fact is that Arnab has dropped from #3 in 2010 to #8 in 2012 on this list. That is proof of his ever-growing popularity. He can out-shout anyone in this world. Anyone, except Meenakshi Lekhi and Smriti Irani.

Fine WhINES 
7. Vir Sanghvi (2010 #9): I honestly don’t have any idea whatsoever what Sanghvi currently does. I don’t even see him on any Cookery or Foodie show. He must be doing something to merit an appearance on this list again, at a higher position even. Radia-gate has damaged him far more than any other journalist, which is unfortunate. He managed to surface sometime back on his home channel NDTV claiming the Radia tapes were doctored and weren’t authentic and were tested by reliable foreign forensic labs. Nobody bought that though. Sometimes, a wayward journalist, at his peak, forgets simple decency. Sanghvi will forever be haunted with two things: Radiagate and the fact that he called Narendra Modi a ‘mass-murderer’. He will regret both episodes. Had it not been for Modi ignoring his stupid outburst,  Vir Sanghvi would have been in prison writing a cookery book or his autobiography titled “Fine Whines!”.

No facts, please 

6. Karan Thapar (2010 #4): Readers must remember that every journo looks tall in the studio but not in actual life. KT is not blessed with stature and the same goes for his journalism. One can say he has improved a bit but still retains the unwanted scowl and growl when interviewing people. Madhu Trehan in her NewsLaundry interview showed up KT for the little puppy he was. Like the ones who just need a hug and a cuddle once in a while. And if you thought you knew nothing about KT, never mind. All you have to do is hear his signature line on his promo for his show on CNN-IBN: “I don’t want to go into the facts, the facts are disputed”. LOL! Facts are disputed? You have to undo a lot of learning to understand that facts aren’t facts and can be disputed. The worst job KT did in 2011 was massaging Kapil Sibal’s brazen attempt at pre-screening content on the internet. As if that wasn’t enough he pulled out Brajesh Mishra, former NSA, out of nowhere to call serving army chief, Gen. VKSingh, the worst ever chief of army in history. My prediction: As long as he is in the business, KT will be on this list.

Wheres the smirk? 
5. Vinod Sharma (New entry): For those who don’t know, Vinod Sharma is the political editor of Hindustan Times. That’s right, ‘Political’ is the key word – less of an editor and more of a politician. It’s not very hard to recognise VS on a friendly channel. He has made the ‘smirk’ more popular than child-molester DGP Rathore on television. Sharma has also been acknowledged by many political spokespersons and viewers as the most loyal spokesperson of the Congress party. No matter what the scam or what the scandal you can expect him to staunchly defend even the worst misdeeds of the Congress by blaming it on the opposition or anyone else he can lay his hands on. The one chance to get him off TV for longer periods was a Rajya Sabha ticket, when Shobana Bhartiya, his boss at HT exited, but that unfortunately didn’t happen. So we’re going to be stuck with VS for quite a while. His best moment in recent times was during the debate over Gen. VK Singh and the Tatra trucks scam. He was angry that the debate was going one way (in favour of Gen. Singh) so had to somehow twist it against the tide. In his business time VS writes a blog titled ‘Separated at birth’. I guess that refers to some Pakistani connection or maybe his journalistic independence was separated at birth. Someday we’ll find out.

He’s no Egghead 
4. Shekhar Gupta (2010 #10): When he appeared on the last list, a fan of Gupta wrote in stating he will email my post to SG for his response. I was wondering whether that fan objected to SG being at #10 and wanted him to be lower on the list. I guess that fan’s prayers are answered. SG has sunk further in the rankings and his Indian Express is almost on doles from the govt. His senseless programme ‘Walk the talk’ , the equivalent of ‘Koffee with Karan’ or ‘On the couch with Koel’, continues on NDTV but what sunk SG the most is his misadventure with an article on Army troop movements. In his quest to please SG’s UPA, this SG splashed a headline in IE that nearly implied the army, led by Gen.VK Singh, may have dreamt of a coup. Worse, there have been reports that the troop movement story was stale and SG’s version was actually a plant by a union minister. SG laid an egg alright but ended up with more on his face. He will forever be credited with reducing a fiercely independent newspaper like IE to a mouthpiece of a political party. His permanent place on this list is forever assured. 
I washed my hands in the Hammam 
3. Rajdeep Sardesai (2010 #6): Hmmm! The guy is making progress alright. I have always maintained there are two Rajdeeps – One on TV and one off it. Whenever he is off TV his conscience strikes and one can hear a sane person, sometimes profound, sometimes emotional. But his character loses focus in front of the camera. Recently, he lamented on Twitter about being abused as a’Muslim whore and a Motherf$#!#*’. Bad, but the kind of abuse of journalistic ethics that Rajdeep has frequently allowed under his watch is far more serious. He has even given the media the right to ‘conduct hearings’ against personalities. While he wonders about ‘image makeovers’ for others, there is no way he can ever get past the Cash4Votes bungling or the terribly biased reporting on Gujarat riots. His 2007 conduct of an HT Summit which featured a key speaker reflects a character of pathetically low moral values and journalistic ethics. And to top that he defended the tainted Radiagate journalists and was rightly ‘slapped’ by his own community. Death of decent journalism owes a small debt to him. He has rightly earned the nick name ‘Hammamboy’!

If it’s Friday, it must be… 
2. Sagarika Ghose (2010 #2): Ms. Cacofonix stays where she was: at No.2. You can’t fault Sagarika for not trying hard enough to be India’s worst journalist. She has made every effort in the recent past to get to #1. Journalism gives her a bad name. For her truly pathetic and fraudulent ‘live’ show with SriSri she would have been sacked from any TV channel in the world. That in itself is a reflection of the ethics and morals practiced at CNN-IBN by her and her boss Rajdeep Sardesai. You can imagine the skulduggery behind all other programmes and debates. And if that wasn’t enough she misses no chance to prove she is a ‘journalistic bimbo’ by mindless tweets on the social network. Be it about ‘ugly Indian males’, or Orange being a colour in our national flag or sending out a Good Friday greeting and withdrawing it she is truly the court-jester of Indian journalism. What can I say? Better luck next time!

Me, Myself & I 
1. Barkha Dutt (2010 #1): For the second time in a row Barkha retains her position as India’s worst journalist in the poll, by a whopping margin. The only road to redemption is apologising for past blunders. While she and another one have been vocal in demanding apologies and expressions of remorse from public figures the same standard doesn’t seem to apply to her. No matter what she does the taint of Radiagate and many other indiscretions are unlikely to disappearThe accusations of causing deaths in Kargil or in 26/11 are also going to lingerShe is probably the only news celeb on TV that has a ‘wardrobe sponsor’. All the image makeovers may not help much. Most of us have held Rahul Gandhi for the Congress’ UP election disaster but Barkha and NDTV must be credited with the disaster too. No one has singularly promoted RG and his cause and almost turned him into India’s saviour till the engine got derailed. Her penchant for Pakistani politics and politicians is another thing that disgusts many viewers. In the meantime her language keeps getting better and better. In a recent tweet she responded to sarcasm with: “… ‘Nazi Dogs’ .. if ever language betrayed desperation of loser, it is here…” Losers or not, with over 70% of the votes polled, Barkha is the absolute winner here. Cheers!
So there you are. Let’s also not forget that are many journalists who now increasingly seem to be anti-nationals. Their ties to Ghulam Nabi Fai aren’t even being investigated by the govt. Industry leaders usually raise the standards of performance of the industry as a whole. The opposite seems to be true in the media.Systematically, many of India’s journalists have brought the profession to rock bottom over the years. I continue to maintain, they are the greatest threat to our democracy.

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Indians have Money – 70, 00,000 Crores Rupees In Swiss Bank
It means  70,00,000,000,000,0 ruppees.
1) Yes, 70 lakhs crores rupees of India are lying in Switzerland banks. This is the highest amount lying outside any country, from amongst 180 countries of the world, as if India is the champion of Black Money.

2) Swiss Government has officially written to Indian Government that they are willing to inform the details of holders of 70 lakh crore rupees in their Banks, if Indian Government officially asks them.

3) On 22-5-08, this news has already been published in The Times of India and other Newspapers based on Swiss Government’s official letter to Indian Government.

4) But the Indian Government has not sent any official enquiry to Switzerland for details of money which has been sent outside India between 1947 to 2008.. The opposition party is also equally not interested in doing so because most of the amount is owned by politicians and it is every Indian’s money.

5) This money belongs to our country. From these funds we can repay 13 times of our country’s foreign debt. The interest alone can take care of the Center s yearly budget. People need not pay any taxes and we can pay Rs. 1 lakh to each of 45 crore poor families.

6) Let us imagine, if Swiss Bank is holding Rs. 70 lakh Crores, then how much money is lying in other 69 Banks? How much they have deprived the Indian people? Just think, if the Account holder dies, the bank becomes the owner of the funds in his account.

7) Are these people totally ignorant about the philosophy of Karma? What will this ill-gotten wealth do to them and their families when they own/use such money, generated out of corruption and exploitation?

8) Indian people have read and have known about these facts. But the helpless people have neither time nor inclination to do anything in the matter. This is like “a new freedom struggle” and we will have to fight this.

9) This money is the result of our sweat and blood.. The wealth generated and earned after putting in lots of mental and physical efforts by Indian people must be brought back to our country. 

10) As a service to our motherland and your contribution to this struggle, please circulate at least 10 copies of this note amongst your friends and relatives and convert it into a mass movement.

 

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