Saturday, May 11, 2013

Ranjit Sinha - Namak Haraam



King Henry II of England and Thomas Beckett were good friends. They were even “drinking club” friends. When Beckett was appointed Chancellor he did everything that the King desired, even taxed the Church. The King even had Beckett playing foster-father to his sons. The King was constantly in conflict with the Church and wanted the Royalty be supreme over the Church. To settle the conflict and gain supremacy he appointed his best friend Beckett as the Archbishop of Canterbury. That’s when things went wrong. Once he became Archbishop, Beckett turned pious and refused to oblige and sign any agreements that would establish the supremacy of the King over the Church. Beckett is reported to have started penance for his earlier sins. He refused to break with the Pope in Rome. Beckett was murdered in 1170, presumably under orders of Henry II, and was later bestowed Sainthood by the Pope. Beckett’s story became famous through T.S. Elliot’s “Murder in the cathedral” and partly referenced in Geoffrey Chaucer’s “Canterbury tales”.

When Ranjit Sinha (RS) was appointed CBI Director last year there were protests from the leaders of the Opposition, Sushma Swaraj and Arun Jaitley. They had apprehensions that he was another puppet who would do the bidding of Sonia Gandhi & Co. Their suspicion was justified considering RS had a record of being servantile and his record also had some minor blemishes. But when a person assumes a certain office he brings his own story and burden to bear on it. Not many newspapers or TV channels have narrated this story but OpenMagazine has found a genuine explanation for the twin stories that culminated in the destruction of Pawan Kumar Bansal and Ashwani Kumar. We’ll get to that. In the meantime, let’s hear some familiar nonsense about who’s to blame for the last Parliament session washout.

It has been a tradition now in our media to blame the Opposition, in particular the BJP, for the Parliament blockades and washout of sessions. The media morons believe, like they do on their TV channels, that everything can be sorted out with a debate. My answer is a clear NO. You cannot debate obvious crimes. When the Parliament was blocked for the 2G issue the same media cried themselves hoarse blaming the opposition. The end result was a farcical JPC whose chairman was in a rush to distribute clean chits. The tweets of the Numero Uno and Numero Unee are reflective of this culture on TV where they believe parliament sessions are the only way to sort out crimes. This is an argument the Congress offers to gain time and prevent action on crimes. Democracy exists far beyond the walls of parliament and we have seen time and again that parliament is incompetent in dealing with criminals. They can only make laws, nothing more. In this case too CNN-IBN and it’s govt foot-soldiers blamed the BJP only to turn turtle in the next few days.

What Ashwani Kumar did was a serious crime which is being played down by the Congress and the media. His role was one of obstruction of justice and protecting people who may have the potential of being indicted by a court in the massive Coalgate scam. The Opposition is right in stalling the parliament where the Congress sought to divert all the issues by bringing in some bogus Food Security Bill with elections in mind and then accused other parties of being “anti-poor” because they stalled parliament. This dubious conduct by the Congress is now familiar to all. All, except our specialists in the media. The Congress, as usual, claimed the SC had not pronounced any verdict and there was an inquiry against Bansal. Nonsense! The SC observations on the doctored Coalgate affidavit is enough for the PM to be sacked. And Bansal? He wasn’t sacked because Sonia Gandhi had an attack of conscience as we came to learn. But in just over a week, Pallavi Ghosh meekly tweets that Congress was to blame for Parliament washout which ridicules the propaganda of her own bosses.

SoniaG reportedly rushed to PM’s residence on May 10 to seek the sacking of Bansal and Kumar. She created all the drama for the media to show how strongly she acts against corruption. Her phones were probably so dead that she had to rush to 7RCR. Nonsense again! It turns out that the tapes in which Bansal was pimping for railway appointments and distributing the loot was out with some in the media and so possibly also with the Congress boss. Kanchan Gupta indicates what exactly could have been the contents of the bribery tapes. It’s like when you’re finally clean-bowled in Cricket and even the third umpire can’t save you if it isn’t a no-ball. That’s when it dawned upon Sonia Gandhi that the damage in retaining Bansal could be far more severe than the Congress anticipated. So while at it, the Congress made both ministers go since AshwaniK would have to go anyway at some point of time. Better hurt now than later. That’s a good choice. But if knowing all this the PM and SoniaG were against sacking Bansal earlier it speaks of monumental dishonesty. All the editors in the media who kept giving MMS a certificate of “honesty” must hang their heads in shame.

In all of this can the lady who is now haunting Pakistan be left out of her own 2 cents of special intelligence? Absolutely not! So there you go, there’s Barkha Dutt telling us about the “Punjabi” conspiracy of some sort. What Open Magazine, which is far more reliable than Barkha, tells us is that an aspirant to the post of Law Minister leaked out information of AshwaniK’s meddling with the CBI affidavit. I don’t think we need the CIA to infer that OpenMag is referring to zero loss. The leak being a done job, there was no way Ranjit Sinha could escape admitting the facts in the SC of the affidavit. He had an added incentive. OpenMag reports AshwaniK was harsh on him and even humiliated him with rude comments on Ranjit’s poor knowledge of English. You see, in India, it is better to be an English Laloo like Salman Khurshid or Shashi Tharoor than a desi CBI director. In short, AshwaniK and the PM’s cohorts gangraped the CBI affidavit and left it a poor survivor to be sent to a hospital.

In the case of Bansal, RS had an old score to settle. It seems Mahesh Kumar, the 10Crore briber who was in the Rail business earlier too, had shunted him out to unattractive posts in the past. So without anyone asking him or any govt advising the CBI, RS started a special watch on Mahesh Kumar and poor Pawan Bansal was caught with his monkey-hand grabbing peanuts from the trap, just like that lady in Radiagate. Conversations were taped over months and even the sacrificial Goat that Bansal used in a puja in the end couldn’t save him. Unwittingly, Ranjit Sinha has become the saviour of CBI and may finally be the man to save it from the evil clutches of the most corrupt govt ever in the history of India. Ranjit Sinha became Thomas Beckett. RS also finally managed to put some fear into the hearts of politicians. He also proved there is no need for the Jokepal, a strong, independent CBI and Judiciary is quite adequate to deal with corruption.

The Congress and some of its allies in the UPA have spawned such a culture of corruption and brazen loot that every joker has started believing he has a “Right To Loot”. Whether it’s Bansal, Ashwani, Marans, Kripashankars or the whole gang of UPA. This doesn’t happen if there is zero tolerance for corruption. This happens only when the whole gang gets a clear signal that looting is okay as long as the Mafia is paid its due. This is what the UPA has been reduced to. And this birthright to corruption doesn’t end with politicians it also extends to the news media who keep lying through their nose to protect their corrupt masters. SoniaG has given a clear signal through Shashi Tharoor and Abhishek Singhvi that if you’re tainted just take a chill-pill, spend some time taking a vacation. You will be back quite soon. If banks are money-laundering as Cobrapost suggests it is surely not without approval and a guarantee of protection.

The Congress appointed Ranjit Sinha with the belief he will be another puppet and be loyal to the Queen and her coterie. The story has gone terribly wrong. The Beckett story was made into a movie. The same movie was adapted and remade in Bollywood – it was called “Namak Haraam” (featuring Rajesh Khanna and Amitabh Bachchan). In both movies the “namak haraam” dies. I have no doubts that Ranjit Sinha is going to be called a ‘namak haraam’ in Congress and media circles. One just hopes he doesn’t meet the same fate.

62 comments :

  1. i only hope that sinha does not suffer becket's fate. at canterbury cathedral becket's grave is still visited by many and his story told to all visitors.

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    1. History repeats & RS will meet the same fate as Becket, given the Indira legacy . Remember Nagarwala case ? 60 lakhs withdrawn from SBI & lone witness bumped off ? Or the Judge who unseated her ? these are just a few to name

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    2. In St Kitt's case, SC came to the rescue of the criminals. Congress has nothing to worry about as long as Modi does not come to power

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  2. Numero Uno and Numero Unee.... hahahahahah Great dear... ROFL..

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    1. I second you, cream of the article: -
      1. NUMERO UNO AND NUMERO UNEE
      2. Pawan Bansal was caught with his monkey-hand grabbing peanuts from the trap, just like that lady in Radiagate.
      3. Birthright to corruption doesn’t end with politicians it also extends to the news media who keep lying through their nose to protect their corrupt masters.

      and many more.

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    2. Media is also dependant on favours from UPA and indulges in being the saviour for the party in power.

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  3. Too much credit is given to Sonia Gandhi for the moves. I think it is her consigliere (Ahmed Patel), doing all the dirty thinking.
    P.S. Sir the posts have stopped appearing on Facebook.

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  4. Vinod Rai another Bihari (okay half -bihar from ghazipur )was made CAG head ,coz he was a pliant officer.look what they have done.

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    1. Rai is a Punjabi name, like Aiswarya Rai or Bina Rai.
      Sinha can be a Bengali like Mala Sinha.

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  5. Super post. When will the MSM learn that the job of the opposition is to demand accountability on behalf of the Public,(stupid, we couldn't even use the term Aam admi' now).
    If only RS raises up to the occasion and clinches some more heads including the congotri of coorruption, he will be etched in the memory and history of India like APJ, CJ Kapadia, Vinod Rai and the like.

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  6. ravinar ji, sadhuvaad,aapke aviral prayaas ke liye. Vaise facebook par aapka update nahi dikhta hai,kuch upaay kijiye.

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  7. u r bjp chamcha. bjp never demanded an independent cbi.so what they wanted-only to blame and malign govt,and get power.they will use cbi too....

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    2. U seem very ignorant. BJP gave full support in the India against corruption movement. And also debated for independent CBI. Jaitley was even invited on stage by those ppl and he extended full support. It was this traitor and back stabber AAP that split out and made joke of that movement.

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    3. @Devang

      Please avoid profanities on this blog.. its not required to make a point..

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    4. I'd disagree with all the pro bjp comments.. AAP was formed because AK felt a need alternative to BJP, because BJP didn't provide for strong opposition. BJP never gave their nod for Lokpal.
      BJP has its own leadership infighting problems... and thats why they lost in Karnataka.. they need to resolve it, otherwise they can forget 2014

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    5. and aap is like kjp,they just lack true politicians.one is a hasya kavi who occasionally writes romantic songs and sings it to college goers,nd all others are red.

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    6. Why did they bring AAP here? Why are BJP Congress always talking about AAT? Don't they have anything better to do?

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    7. AAP is a big game by Congress. In AP we already witnessed this drama by YSR and LokSatta in 2009 election. LokSatta took away precious 2% vote from TDP and helped YSR get thread-bare majority of 6 seats. Same will happen with APP, Congress and BJP. In the end congress will win urban seats with margins of 1000 to 5000 votes.

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  8. i like the way you conjure analogies and parallels from else where to suit the case in point..kudos!! now RS has a choice to renounce the post retirement assignments or to get entry into elite league of SESHAN, VINOD RAI, GENERAL SINGH.....hope a life of penury is better than one of chagrin..fingers crossed!!!

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  9. May god give hell to all Congis...!! Good one Ravi, seems this an important event....countdown of UPA-2...tick tock tick tock...

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  10. it will interesting when tapes come out in open and janata know cutting chai rate for waitress.

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  11. Vigilant CBI and judiciary is answer to Corruption. comparing authors last post with this post. In this post he says corruption should have zero tolerance. completely agrees.. now question is removing Bansal from his rail ministry post and bringing in more corrupt minister, it is ok?? In that case thinking that next person in more corrupt than Bansal, One shouldn't sack him at first place because he is less corrupt than next person in line.. logic behind this is author last post - which says corruption done by BJP can be shown tolerence by people of Karnataka just because congress is more corrupt. I guess people of Karnataka has shown zero tolerance to corruption in elections and Shunted out BJP and that is good signal for whole country that corrupt government is not accepted. RS should become next Vinod Rai and bring this govt(UPAII)to its knees.

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    1. @Neil

      I am truly surprised at the wrong inferences you and some others make. I actually find it shocking. My point in the previous post was that media tries to "balance" both Congress & BJP as equally corrupt which is a LIE. Nowhere does my post seek that people of Karnataka tolerate corruption in the slightest bit. On the contrary, I had stated that even Jesus & Moses couldnt have saved BJP in Karnataka and that their top management must not become "Saffron Gandhis" and quit for non-performance. So what makes you imply that it seeks to tolerate BJP corruption?

      Secondly, who comes after Bansal is neither my business nor my concern. Dont apply your own twisted logic to what doesnt exist in the post. The simple point is if CBI continues to be vigilant and independent it can be a good deterrent. Your comments are being made with poor comprehension and understanding of the posts or the essence of it.

      I can only suggest you read the posts a bit more carefully instead of drawing non-existent implications.

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    2. @Neil, @ravinar

      This is a mandate of a confused , clueless , castiest and communal mandate. Certainly not against corruption nor against bad governance . It is a mandate of amnesic, shortsighted , hollow people. And is representative of entire India and not just Karnataka. If it was against corruption then why did yeddi and his party still get vote of his caste ? Why did Christians and Muslims vote for congress and why do their local leaders openly espouse the cause of voting for congress ? Is congress not corrupt ? Or is jdu any less corrupt ? Why do people of Tamil Nadu only vote for the parochial parties ?? Same across the length and bredth of this country . National interests take a back seat . If corruption was the issue then bjp should have won for sacking yeddi on hegde's indiction . Even nitin gwdkari resigned even before the investigation got complete. This is a country of people who lac
      k clarity as also priority. Very short memories . And much shorter span of focus.
      We need a change in our electoral system to enforce accountability.
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    3. "Zero tolerance for corruption" by Karnataka voters.Where does terrorism figure in their priority list? The first task of the new govt is to free terrorist Abdul Nasser Madani with active participation of Jihadi Khanchris of Kerala.The efforts are already on to deliver on this.Corruption and development can wait.

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  12. I always wondered why there is no namak haraam for congress, and was expecting Raja or Kalmadi to go against congress. Anyway, situations are creating namak haraams for congress.
    But, the congis are too smart, they know how to create puppets and manage them.

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  13. hi sir, this ranjit sinha reminds me of a character played by govinda in a lesser known movie called gambler. in this movie the lead character becomes a hero not by his actions but by the situations and circumstances which surround him.
    the link to the open magazine was very useful and made interesting reading.

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  14. hey moron AAP Khujliwala supporters .Khujliwal is nothing more than a Ford foundation(ILLUMINATI)funded organization whose sole purpose is to divide anti congress votes.I dont care what Khujliwals supporters think but TO PROVE CREDIBILITY JUST FIGHT ONE ELECTION AND WIN OTHERWISE U WILL REMAIN ONLY AS A BARKING BIG MOUTH.

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  15. Great one Ravinar! Let us pray and hope more 'namak haraams' for congis and UPA-2 that would sound the death bell for this govt. How about an article on "MSM EXIT POLLS + EVMs = SURPRISE RESULTS" ? MSM is known to bend the minds of people with these 'Opinion Polls' and 'Exit Polls' that may enable tampering of EVMs by the planted ones. During earlier days it was rampant goondaism to loot the election booths and vote enmasse for their leaders, now a days what is the proof that EVMs are not tampered with?

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    1. Mr. Ravinar,
      Can't understand how you are bashing Congress top leadership i.e. SG. I have not seen even single BJP leader taking SG head on ('assuming' BJP is principal opposition). Other than Modi no one has spoken even a single word on Sonia, when its no secret she is the only power center.
      The 'louh purush' of BJP, went down on his knees when Sonia wrote a letter as her name featured in black money list. In fact SG image is built by congress and helped duly by all BJP leaders. Is it because SG has enough material to keep people into submission. Remember, Vajpayee didn't give permission for Sonia's prosecution when Swamy submitted enough records. So much for the central leadership. I don't have any hope from these losers.
      Media is just seeing a unipolar India (with SG only star), so how can they challenge the arrangement. They are just swimming along the stream. Don't be so fussy on media.

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    2. So ... BJP not bashing SG hence no one else should. What is this going down on knees ? As the author states elsewhere the inference drawn that bashing Congress automatically makes you a BJP apologist is both funny and shocking. Why everybody needs this " balancing" is funny

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    3. Mr. Shiva,
      You still didn't get. What I am saying is, it was BJP which should have taken up the matter directly and not the Media. Indian media is just reflecting what congress wants as there is no voice other than that. Whoever else has a voice, there is no outlet for that.
      For the author I feel 'lieutenant is more loyal than the king (BJP) himself'.
      It would have been better if BJP was represented in Media by the author rather than the timid and confused crop of BJP men.

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    4. vijetha:) why katrina kaif? dont u have a face?

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    5. @vijetha,

      you and Nobel laureate Amrtya Sen share something common. Hate BJP. Simple reason it is fashion today. May even pay you well sometime in some form. PCI chairman is good example.

      You also share something with George Bush Jr. "with us or against us". Is media supposed to reflect mood of the people or wishes of some political party or another? I Hope you are in your senses.

      You are happy with twisted presentation of the Media? So be it. We are not and we have reason to make fuss. I personally made phone calls to interact with many of these media houses. I am never given a chance to talk to any of their anchors/editors. All messages posted on their websites did not see the light, dropped in the name of moderation.

      Modi may or may not make it to center. But someone like him needed to counter these political ba***** and their media chamchaas.

      Reg. Vajapayee. You may not have observed. He never raised SG nationality issue either. He is through gentleman unlike the crooked PM we have today. He would had gone down in history as most vindictive PM had he relied on Swamy's input and granted probe. Politics is not just the you watch on TV. Political brinkmanship is also an art. It is not played everyday. Otherwise you will end up having Ranjit Sinhas everyday.

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    6. Surprised by replies to Vijeta D's comments. She expects BJP to be proactive in exposing SG and is disappointed that it is not happening. Where is the issue of her being anti-BJP? Also, no matter what a PM may be, it is his / her duty to act against corruption. How does being gentleman absolve ABV from the guilt of protecting SG and her dumb kid?

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    7. @Badari

      Tone and language of Vijetha are hardly different from that of Sanjay Jha, Manish Tiwari, Mani Ayyer, Mungerkar we hear almost everyday.

      Is BJP only entity and politics is the only way to fight corruption? And we all become armchair critics and eventually say "BJP is no different from congress, so let us vote for congress only".

      If half of BJP thinks same way, the country will go "Agneepath" way.

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  16. Like I said in the last blog I did not like the smell....the CBI had Bansal's balls for sometime without the govt knowing they only squeezed when AK and PMO left them holding their own turning into brass ones in the SC. You can have my bottom dollar if the CBI does not have dirt on all these scumbags in the RS and the LS and will, now seeing the success of Bansal, use it from time to time irrespective of party lines. I hope they have dirt on the media as well HEHHEHE shall make for one hell of an IPL special edition. By the way on Karnataka I am a vindictive man by nature and I hope and pray their condition becomes worse than Somalia in the next five years.

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  17. Dear Ravinar, according to one theory, Ranjit Sinha is doing exactly what was told to him. The information of the meeting and changes by the law minister was also leaked deliberately. Please read the whole theory that proves how CBI is used intentionally to create both issues involving MMS's loyal ministers.

    "So our suspicion is unfolding to be correct gradually. Media is trying hard to create an impression as if Sonia wanted the ministers to resign earlier, but Mr. Manmohan Singh resisted. The reality is, it's all drama just to show Sonia Gandhi a holy cow, so that an impression can be created that Sonia and Rahul are not responsible for huge corruption by UPA.

    DON'T FOOL YOURSELF BY BELIEVING THE IMPRESSION CREATED BY MEDIA... To know the real game, Consider the timeline :

    Ashwani Kumar's case : The CBI was to file an affidavit in the Supreme Court and suddenly a newspaper publishes a story of the Law Minister interfering CBI's investigation status report, no Congress person denies it, the issue is deliberately allowed to get bigger by intentional suspicious remarks from Congress (remember "No changes", "grammatical mistakes" etc.). Then CBI exposes everything in Supreme Court and after 8th May remarks from Supreme courts, Ashwani Kumar is totally trapped, and is forced to resign eventually.

    Bansal's case : CBI catches a Congress minister's relative for bribery. Even if the CBI has all the details of the case, the issue is only slowly and deliberately made bigger. The details of existence of tapes (even if being recorded many weeks ago) are released only Congress' drama on food security bill ends and parliament session is adjourned, which forces P. K. Bansal to resign.

    Notice how CBI has been used to "create" the cases of both ministers who have been sacked. And don't forget that CBI is not independent of the government yet!! (As the SC described, even today it is merely a parrot, speaking its Master's voice, and government is yet to inform the plans to make CBI independent to the SC on 10th July) Then, how come government's dog CBI is biting the government itself??

    Under Ahmed Patel's direction, a drama is being played to make Manmohan Singh the scapegoat for all miseries, corruptions and misgovernance during UPA tenure. (Anyhow Congress doesn't need Mr. Singh because his image has got tarnished so badly that Congress can't go to people having him the PM candidate) For the same, Manmohan Singh loyalists like Bansal and Ashwani Kumar have been targeted using CBI (directly under home minister Sushil Kumar Shinde - A well known Sonia-loyalist, who openly said that he can shoot anyone if ordered by Sonia). Eventually, the drama is also being made to show that it is Manmohan Singh who is protecting corrupts and Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi are morally honest and against corruption, so that Congress can put a new face (mostly A. K. Antony for his clean record) for next election and get somehow rid of the charges of corruption and misgovernance.

    Just ask some questions : If Sonia, Rahul and Congress party are so morally honest, why did they not take any action against Vadra? How could they promote Khurshid within 1 week of being exposed of siphoning off the money for the handicapped?? Only because Vadra is so-in-law and Khurshid is a loyal dog! (Remember what Khurshid said, he can lay his life for Sonia's family) Many others can also be counted same way.

    Beware of Media! Dikhave pe Mat Jao, Apni Akkal Lagao..."

    Ref. facebook page : https://www.facebook.com/AapKiAvaaj

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    1. You are sooooooooo true and accurate !! I totally agree with you. Wondering even Ravinar fell to this trap laid by Sonia and co.

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  18. Good one. Well-written & on the spot! Keep writing such informative articles.

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  19. MSM on SM the article on BBC http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-india-22378366, and the reaction on Hindu http://www.thehindu.com/opinion/blogs/blog-hypertext/article4705358.ece, are these people trying to side-kick their readings of Indian political scenario to deviant mind game. To save Rajdeep from being stalked. The debauchery being committed by media-politico nexus is open to see in this blog / SM and some post commentators are sure on the SG & RS rolls to hijack the topic to oblivion and then pathetically dramatise "victim-hood". Good Ravinaar - all the points raised are sticking and twitching these MSM infamous "defend the GOI" journalism !!.

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  20. very true. Yeh congress ek mayavi rakshas hai. kab kaun sa roop dhar legi pata hi nahi. karnataka people fell into same trap.

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  21. Great Article Ravinar. Very nice analogy of Namak Haram.

    Ranjit got caught on the wrong foot and decided to save his backside. Not a good pet.

    Never knew that the phones lines between 10 Janpath and 7 Race Course Road do not function. What was the need for grand gesturing (apart for the pliant media) for SG to go to MMS, it could have been done over phone as well but effect would not have been created.

    When this was happening and I was seeing on TimesNow. Could not help but remember your article on Flanking the Queen. Till it was not impacting the queen bee directly, everything was acceptable. The moment it reached queen bee's doorsteps, every one took action. Very interesting. Classic example of all power without accountability.

    There is one news item which is not getting much prominence anywhere, uncle of Robert Vadera sold a Government funded hospital to Fortis. UP police not much inclined to take action. Imagine the ruckus that would have been created had it been a BJP chap's uncle.

    Keep up the good work.

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  22. Thomas Beckett
    Simlar story i read in my childhood..actually my first big story in Second standard...
    Algoo chaudhary and jummen sheikh two fast friend...
    'Gaon wale unki dosti ki kasmein khaya kerte the' :)
    and once one of these became SarPanch (Head of the village) and took decision against friend (when frnd was actual culprit)and they turned foe...
    next time other frnd becme sarpanch and had to take decision for his old frnd (this time he being innocent) and took decision in his favour...
    My first lesson when u r sitting at responsible position god speak out of you and take the right decision...
    Grew up and saw today's politics now realize those lessons are only in book :(

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    1. I read Telugu translation of this story. I think Munshi Premchandji was the writer. I can never forget such great moral carried by a simple story. Hope sending a copy of this story to politicians may help a little.

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  23. Sholay Script also fits very much to this GUY-RS

    "Mallik Mene Tho Aapka Namak Kaya Hai"

    Aab Kaho Goli RSji

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  24. Ranjit Sinha's story is very similar to T.N.Seshan's story who was insulted by Rajiv Gandhi Congress government and he made the Election Commission of India as an pro-attacking agency on corrupt political parties. Now, the Sonia Gandhi Congress has made the same mistake and Ranjit Sinha is making CBI another tiger, than a cat.

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    1. It was because of foresight of PVN that Seshan was able to make EC an institution to reckon with. If it was during the rule of dynasty members Seshan would been sent to a non descript department or even worse(bumped Off).

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  25. Media writing in favor of Ruling Party means they are hand in gloves in corruption and every wrong doing of the Ruling Party was covered by media. I take it as against the people of this country and media is a Traitor or boot licker of the ruling party. The people or media who equate BJp with Congress are wrong. Yes BJP is a party with difference. whether a kandhar or corruption they have not tolerated. Yes Kandahar was not popular decision but they brought 179 passengers alive from the enemy country. what about 26/11 terrorist killed more than 200 people on our land. Yes Yeddurrupa was dropped from the c.m. post. people are going by the MSM propaganda for Congress and MSM have already playing that drama about SG and RG that both are Honest and trying to change the image . Yes people of India shouldn't forgive ManMohan Singh that he led such a corrupt government. as far as MSM is concerned I don't watch and Read any of the Newspaper / News Channels because i know what kind of news coverage will be there.

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    1. Who is there to save India and Indians when one reporter, married to a terrorist, was actively helping 26/11 killers? Who is there to save India when top leaders owe their allegiance to Vatican or Macca or Beijing or Washington.

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  26. Media never remember the courageous people of India like justice JagmohanLal Sinha who set aside election petition of Indira Gandhi and Later one the Judge from Supreme Court Justice HR. Khanna what they were looking for nothing just did their job honestly. And never look for all those Lucrative post after the Retirement. Stood by the second freedom struggle of Indian people.Media never talk about these kind people. why ? The people who have given teeth to the Constituitional bodies. CAG is not just a typist for the Government he has to keep a account of the government. Why there is a need for the CAG. Our Constituition founder must have felt the need so that somebody is there to check and fix the accountability of the Government. In last 9 Years of UPA ruling they try to finished every constituition Instituition of democracy. Why Media is not asking question to UPA chairperson and vice president of the ruling party and what is their knowledge about the subject. All these years India was ruled with the sentiments. Why people should watch or Read anti people, anti India Media and the Corrupt Journalist news.

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  27. It was a wishful thinking that CBI chief eo become Namak Haaram . However it just remained show . A caged parrot just came back to it's cage.

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  28. The entire game of "caged parrot" seems to save Vodafone. And of course warning to PM for showing interest in 3rd term.

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  29. Namak Haram is changing his tune now! Was it a threat from Queenbee or bribe from High Command or allurement of post retirement employment? Ranjit Sinha must come out clean.

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  30. The Entire Media is controlled by western interests as one can see how they treated the Chinese Premier's visit. They bring the same seminar experts who moth frothy patriotism without any way analysing the importance of this visit.
    Again the IPL and killing it because of the interests of Sharjah and Dubai sheikhs which want cricket in India/Pakistan to be embroiled in security or corruption concerns so that they can be neutral play grounds and be a betting capital..

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  31. Maybe time to update on RS, his visitor's diaries, how the new govt. continues with him......

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