Thursday, September 29, 2011
Having to go and stand in front of a police constable and recored his presence and giving assurance that if given bail he will never jump it, is all too mean on the part of the law !!
The law however strong it be, has to act tough against big fishes like Hassan, Kalmadi, Raja, Maran and others and not be after these small fries.. These people have only acted criminally trying to amass some wealth in the Rs 18,000 crores mining scam.
The part that these politicians are also part of the great Bangalore Housing society scam of Rs. 175,000 crores is another dimension yet to be proved.. The newspapers are just acting against an individual who has just acted to benefit his small family of say Rs 1000 crores..
Is it such a big crime to illegally amass Rs 1000 crores ? In a land of 1200 million people, is Rs 1000 crores a big amount ?
Wednesday, September 28, 2011
Tuesday, September 27, 2011
It was great watching Lewis Hamilton burn rubber on NICE road this morning from 11 to 12 noon. Some of the snaps attached here..
Photo courtesy The Hindu, formula1.com, firstpost.
Monday, September 26, 2011
Do not take what your doctors say seriously..
Wednesday, September 21, 2011
the great loot click here..
The affluent and influential in the society are least bothered with what's happening around them. The farming lands are taken in the name of building housing societies for the common man at dirt cheap rates, depriving the farmers of any decent remuneration. All tax exemptions are exploited and then the officials of the housing society distribute some of the plots to the members and apportion the rest among themselves.
Politicians cutting across parties and ideologies, bureaucrats and police officers all take their cut from the allocations in terms of plots. The plots are later on sold at huge profits with the officials pocketing all the ill gained profits.
All co-operative housing societies in the country also needs to be investigated into and the guilty needs to be given exemplary punishment.
With such worthless people at the helm and an equally gullible public, I sometimes wonder whether as a country India can ever succeed. Its own people are pulling back the progress of the country.
A very nice Life management lesson....
Tuesday, September 20, 2011
Make hay when the sun shines is a popular saying. Justice Shivraj Patil did not do anything more. He amassed wealth when he could and then failed to disclose it to the authorities when asked to do so. This has led him to this piqaunt situation where he has been cornered and he has felt morally obliged to resign. Justice Patil has committed a major breach of law by getting plots allotted to him hiding the facts that he did own residences in the city of Bangalore.
Whatever justification he tries to make for himself, poor fellow has been exposed !! An error of judgement ?? If the issue had not been exposed he would still have continued to discharge his duties as the Lokayuktha. He would have continued to decide on corruption cases of others, when he himself is corrupt.
The incident has proved beyond doubt that nobody can escape truth, nobody is above law law will catch up with every offender one time or the other. Justice Patil will be proceeded against legally too. It will be a pitiful sight to find the Lokayuktha being booked for corruption !!
This incident must have sent shivers down the spine of senior and junior govt officers and staff who have misused their official positions and lied on different occasions to the government to amass plots and real estate. Let them declare and return such illegal properties. There are millions of poor people who are not as "smart" as these corrupt people and still looking for a plot of land to call their own. The corrupt go on amassing property and plots left and right in Bangalore and others are left high and dry !!
It is a pity that even people with conscience are corrupt and valueless and are ready to go to any extent for their personal gains and benefits unmindful of their societal responsibilities .. They require a class or two in Ethics !!
Noth America 334
Among men 361 France, Australia
Among women 325 Denmark
Tuesday, September 13, 2011
The woman, her husband and their three children had fled their village in the drought-stricken Lower Shabelle region of southern Somalia to Mogadishu in search of refuge.
courtesy AP ..
Monday, September 12, 2011
Some of the most powerful images of 9/11. Courtesy Life.com
The beginning of the end of US of A .. It showed that any body could attack a vulnerable US and commit it to wars, which would eventually prove costly and bloody, from which it would find difficult to climb out, without loss of face.
After this tragedy, while US spent almost $ 6 trillion to fight two wars in Afghanistan and Iraq and amassed huge debts in the bargain, the rest of the world surged ahead, especially China and India..
Americans will regret this hasty act of their leaders to enter into war, for a long time to come..
An eventful day in history of modern world ..
Being ex-minister and very powerful people, they are questioning the government why the district police officials did not stand by them and tip them off regarding the CBI raid, in their time of crisis and helped to evade the CBI raid. After having done so much good for the state and the mining industry in particular in Bellary, it is sad to note that this is the final reward they get from the state.
One of the conditions ex-minister Sriramulu has raised to take back his resignation letter is the transfer of these upright and straight police officers by an equally conniving State government. Else he has threatened along with 39 other MLAs to resign enmasse and topple the government.
It is surprising to note that they have not asked that the CBI officers also should be transferred .. The people of the state are wondering when the state government will understand the gravity of the situation and allow CBI to proceed against these rogues. For the state government, Reddy brothers have only been booked, not convicted yet. Lokayuktha Justice Hegde is a fool and his report on the $ 4 billion mining scam in the state of Karnataka, only befits to be thrown to the waste paper basket.
Advani will do a great service to the country by starting his yatra against corruption from Bangalore and terminating in Gandhinagar.
How corrupt and selfish are these dumb politicians to ensure their survival ? The public have to teach these rogues a fitting lesson in the coming elections by not electing them. With each wrong step, they are discrediting themselves and taking them far away from the same people they represent.
Saturday, September 10, 2011
Anna Hazare says,
"People must ask the parliamentarians about their role in the Jan Lokpal Bill movement. People must be careful while electing the MPs in future. Those MPs who are either against the Jan Lokpal Bill or passive about it must not be given a second chance. The fight against corruption would continue till India is freed from corruption."
Once this fight is accomplished with success, the next should be to bring back the Rs 70,000 lakh crores of Indian black money in Swiss banks..
The fight will continue till then..
Smart move from Narendra Modi ..
Usually when politicians and VIPs come they do with large posse of security policemen and commandoes. And many more in mufti. The whole scene is mdisrupted causing great inconvenience to the close relatives of the injured being treated in the hospitals. The politicians visit these injured people, make lot of false promises and escape.
But this time with heightened awareness regarding the betrayal by politicians of the common man and the many corruption scandals, the public said enough is enough. Other than the Prime Minister, other politicians received a very cool and often unwelcome approval by the relatives in the Ram Manohar Lohia hospital in Delhi. Rahul Gandhi just an MP, who came in with his Z category security was snubbed by the people and had to return glaum faced.
The politicians do not realise than in another three years, they will once again be going to the same public, falling at their feet for votes. The public will then show them who the real master is ..
Thursday, September 08, 2011
Being the ex-CM, why should a criminal like Yedyurappa still enjoy Z category security ? This is plain mockery of the system. The ruling BJP has not taken out the tight security for him, knowing well that he is a criminal and is awaiting punishment for at least a dozen cases of corruption against him.
The state and its people are paying for the security of a criminal like Yeddy ?
What a mockery of the democratic system ..
Tuesday, September 06, 2011
The plan of IT cos. ( when the international scenario is dim with IT spends decreasing and cos. bargaining to reduce IT costs ) to hire more of freshers especially when the international scenario is dim is sure to send shock waves with senior employees.
The plan of IT cos is to hire fresh talent, from 2L last year to 2.5L this year, at low salaries and prune headcount at higher levels with higher salaries .. Benefit for the IT cos, an effective cost cutting measure ..
Great churning in the IT sector expected .. Median age is still to fall down ..
Why I'd rather be Anna than Arundhati Roy-This post is by the blogger, Mr.Clarity in response to the article by Arundhati Roy
There was an article by Arundhati against the movement for Janlokpal,
she's eloquent as usual, and she misses the point, pretty much as
usual. In this article I am trying to talk about the points she raised
and hopefully when we are done we might have a broader perspective of
this movement than what Arundhati has projected.
Arundhati's most important gripe seems to be that the people in the
movement are raising slogans like – (a) Vande Mataram (b) Bharat Mata
ki jai (c) India is Anna, Anna is India (d) Jai Hindi. Would she
prefer if they said (a) India Hai Hai (b) Indian govt murdabad (c)
Jeeve-jeeve Pakistan, when they come out on the streets to demand that
the Indian government creates a better system for our people?
She's lying when she says that the slogans are the answer you get when
you ask questions about Janlokpal. The team that's running Janlokpal
has made every attempt to talk to anyone who is concerned about it,
and to alleviate all their doubts. For months there was a public
referendum on the provisions of Janlokpal, very openly, and lots of
provisions were rejected, modified, and adapted according to the
inputs of the people. This is a fact, not what Arundhati is saying.
Even now Anna Hazare and his team has announced that they are open to
any public debate on Janlokpal and they will answer all the questions
that anyone might have on any issue. Yesterday Arvind Kejriwal and
Prashant Bhushan did just that on a popular television network. There
are videos of the team members speaking on different aspects of
Janlokpal and why we need them that have been online for months.
Arundhati, lie one caught.
Her second claim is that Janlokpal seeks an overthrow of the Indian
state. Lying again. For almost an year now the Janlokpal team has been
working with the government, with all the members who care, to frame a
strong law against corruption. They've met the current government
leaders, opposition leaders, chief ministers, individual MPs, talking
to them, and telling them why the country needs a strong
anti-corruption framework. Is that working to overthrow the state?
They sat on a very hostile government panel and tried everything they
could to push their proposals forward in the way government wanted
them to. After the government panel wasted the nation's time and
failed to include even one, repeat, even one important proposal of the
Janlokpal bill, and instead sought to push their own Jokepal which
would prosecute the victims instead of the perpetrators, they decided
to sit on a dharna asking the government to make a strong bill.
Let me remind Arundhati that this was done in a perfectly legal and
non-violent manner, and Anna is asking this administration to
implement Janlokpal, not seeking a new government. Are you trying to
tell the people of India that demanding a strong anti-corruption
framework amounts to overthrowing the government? Let us hear that
again more clearly.
Arundhati, lie two caught.
Next she proceeds to tell us that Anna Hazare is a 'freshly minted
saint,' which should suggest that he has no right to speak against
public injustice as apparently, only stale saints are allowed to
crusade for India.
Wait a minute though, this freshly minted thing doesn't sound true at
all. Anna Hazare took voluntary retirement from the Army in 1978 and
started his campaign to transform Ralegaon Siddhi. All through the
next decade he worked hard for the villagers campaigning for things
like liquor prohibition, grain banks for the poor, better milk
production, creation of more schools (he sat on a fast for this),
against untouchability and for collective marriages. In 1991 he
started the Bhrashtachar Virodhi Jan Andolan. What was Arundhati doing
then? Oh wait, she hadn't written her first book yet.
Anna Hazare has led many movements against corrupt officials and
politicians. Powerful people. People who've maligned him, filed false
cases against him, and even sent him to jail. He has borne the worst
of what the powerful and the corrupt have to offer, unlike Arundhati
whose only achievement seems to be making radical statements. It's a
shame that someone like her should call a fighter like Anna a 'freshly
Arundhati, lie three caught
She is also giving a distorted version of the sequence of events that
unfolded during Anna's stay at the Tihar jail. She's saying that Anna
remained in Tihar as a 'honored guest'. If you are looking for honored
guests Arundhati look for Suresh Kalmadi, Kanimozhi, A Raja, Manu
Sharma, or Vikas Yadav, maybe even Afzal Guru. Anna isn't one of them.
Let me remind you that Anna Hazare was picked up from his residence by
the Delhi Police. He hadn't been on the streets murdering people with
a gun the night earlier. He was at Rajghat where he sat for an hour in
The police sent Anna to Tihar in 7 days judicial custody. To prevent
what? A non-violent protest against corruption in India. On 16th
August nearly 15,000 people of New Delhi and Mumbai courted arrest.
They went to JP Park, Azad Maidan, or whatever the venue was in their
city, asking the police to arrest them. They did not burn buses, break
glasses, or set fire to homes. I have a photograph of the special jail
at Chhatrasal Stadium for you here.
The government was counting on their belief that no one would come
ahead for Anna, and that they would be able to dispose him the way
they disposed Baba Ramdev. Unfortunately for them the people of India
had had enough. Anna was made an 'honored guest' in your words because
of all the people who were in the jail, and outside the jail for him.
Why didn't Anna come out? Because he was asked to (a) go home, (b)
leave town. When Anna Hazare asked whether he would be allowed to hold
an unconditional protest the Delhi police refused. Anna said that if
they release him he would lead the protest and they would have to
arrest him again, so it's better that he remain in jail until the
government agrees to let him protest.
Usually when a protest is organized, the people who run the protest
have enough time to make preparations. There has to be enough room,
and proper arrangements to make sure that the thousands collected are
managed properly and without harm. If Anna had gone to the protest
before the arrangements were made it could have resulted in utter
chaos that might have had serious repercussions for the people
gathered. Do you realize that Arundhati?
She also said that Anna's team whizzed in-and-out of prison and it is
a privilege that no one else has. Anna's team came out when the
individuals chose to be released, and when Anna refused to budge Kiran
Bedi and other team members were invited by the government to try and
negotiate with Anna. How does that compare to Kalmadi having a nice
tea-biscuit brunch with the Warden a few days ago? Or Manu Sharma
being surreptitiously paroled? Did you hear about them at all?
Arundhati, lie four caught.
Her next claim is that MCD worked hard to prepare the grounds. Is that
right? I will bet anybody that Arundhati didn't go to the grounds to
inspect the preparations, and she's talking out of her head again. I
went to the ground and saw the state it was in.
Here is a photograph for you Arundhati. Do you see the MCD here? Or do
you see young people who are rushing to clean the wet mud, trying
desperately but in union, to make the place better than a pigsty so
that the people could stand.
Even if they weren't, and even if MCD had sent all their workers to
prepare the grounds for Anna Hazare's protest, would there still be a
reason to complain? What MCD did there was its job. The Ramlila Ground
is supposed to be maintained by the MCD for massive gatherings. When
MCD doesn't do its job and the grounds is water-logged and mosquito
infested, it creates a serious health hazard for everyone who's there.
MCD prepares the grounds for all public protests too. It did the same
for Sonia Gandhi's rally just a few months ago. Arundhati, you want
the MCD to not do its job because this protest is not organized by a
Arundhati, lie five caught.
She's upset that the Lokpal has wide-ranging powers of investigation,
surveillance and prosecution, and then she uses her amazing writing
skills to suggest that Lokpal will practically have everything except
their 'own prisons'. I am on the verge of losing my breakfast!
Arundhati, one would expect someone who questions the Indian legal
system so openly to have better knowledge about it. The police has the
powers of (a) investigation, (b) surveillance, and (c) prosecution. So
does the CBI. How are Lokpal's power different? The only thing that
Anna is asking for is that the Lokpal be a specialized body against
corruption and that it must not need to seek permission from anybody
to prosecute a corrupt office holder. Our present system puts severe
restrictions on the investigative bodies. That's why a CBI under the
prime minister could not file a charge-sheet against A Raja, but when
the supreme court took over the investigations A Raja was brought to
Arundhati, I know that you knowingly did not make the point that the
powers of Lokpal are limited to investigation, collection of evidence
and prosecution. The Lokpal can bring a case to the court, and the
judge will then decide on the basis of the presented evidence whether
the person is guilty. How is that radically dangerous?
Arundhati, lie six caught.
It's really amazing to see how Arundhati Roy can go to ridiculous
lengths to fill the reader's mind with garbage against Janlokpal. If
you didn't know about her problems with the Indian government, you
could easily imagine she has been paid by it to write the article.
She's actually suggesting that the hawkers who pay the beat constable
to set up their stalls might have to pay the 'lokpal representative'.
Lokpal representative? Now she can frame those words and hang them on
the Red fort for all to see and it still wouldn't become true. The
Lokpal is not a policing body. They can't go and collect 'hafta' from
When land-owner's land is grabbed illegally and a mall is built there,
or when a poor person's store is unjustly removed, or when the beat
constables or MCD representatives, or other government agency
officials unjustly seek bribes from the people, that is corruption.
The Lokpal is built to take care of that.
According to the provisions of the Janlokpal Bill, a citizen can make
a complaint against an office holder, and the lokpal will investigate
the complaint. If it is found true action will be taken. Lokpal is not
going to send beat lokpallers to collect hafta from the poor. That's
downright ridiculous and only a fancy imagination could have conceived
Arundhati, lie seven caught.
She also says that the choreography, and aggressive nationalism seems
to be like that of anti-reservation. It's a clear attempt to draw the
dalits away from the fight against corruption. And how inappropriate
an attempt it is! It is the deprived, the dalits, who have to the bear
the worst of corruption. The rich and the influential are filled with
upper caste people who can actually use the present system to their
advantage because they have money power, influence, and contacts.
The dalits don't have the same advantages, that's why when all other
things being equal, it is the dalit who stands to lose when they
compete with the upper caste. All due to corruption!
Now coming to the choreography. What sort of vague word is that?
'Choreography', what are we supposed to understand from it? If she's
talking about the slogans, we've already dealt with that. What else
could she be talking about?
The anti-reservation protest was fraught with street violence and
self-immolations. The people who opposed reservations closed down
schools, colleges and offices, burnt buses, had violent clashes with
the law, and burnt themselves to death. That hasn't happened in Anna's
movement. This movement is perfectly peaceful and organized. Even when
people are on a march, they stop at the red lights and crossings to
let the traffic pass before continuing. What the hell is Arundhati
trying to imply with her 'Choreography' then?
Arundhati, lie eight caught.
The next bit is very cruel. She craftily tries to separate Irom
Sharmila, Bastar, Jaitapur, from the fast and implies by extension
that Anna Hazare does not oppose Posco, or the farmer deaths in
Maharashtra, or any of the other myriad problems that our country is
battling right now. This couldn't be furthest from truth.
Unlike Arundhati, Anna Hazare has recognized that too many of the
problems that our country is facing are a direct result of corruption.
That's why a Madhu Koda is able to earn thousands of crores in graft
money directly depriving the adivasis. That's why Yeduyarappa is able
to give illegal miners a free hand. That's why Bastar and Irom, and
Niyamgiri exist. Because of corruption.
If our framework made the responsible people accountable, it would
create a huge difference in all of these issues. Imagine a bastar free
of poachers, miners and land grabbers, a Maharashtra village where the
government's benefits schemes are truly implemented. Forget all the
other instances, just imagine what Manrega can really do for the
people if it is implemented honestly.
You've also claimed that Anna doesn't care about the farmers in
Maharashtra, or in other places, even though he has spent his entire
demonstratively in fighting for the poor and deprived villagers and
farmers. Maybe you didn't hear about this because you were too busy
hobnobbing with India haters.
Arundhati, I believe that fighting corruption is fighting on behalf of
all the people you've named, and not against them. If you believe
otherwise, give me your reasons.
Arundhati, lie nine caught.
The next slander is of course the ultimate weapon that anyone can hurl
at Anna. That he supports Raj Thackarey or Narendra Modi's alleged
wrongdoings. This is a joke, specially in sight of the fact that many
of the hardliners aligned with the BJP, the hindu-brigade, and
Narendra Modi are up with cudgles against Anna Hazare. They're making
the claim that Anna Hazare is an agent of Congress, propped up by
Congress to facilitate the crowning of Rahul Gandhi.
The communists have no love for Hazare, the right wingers have no love
for Hazare, and the Congress has no love for Hazare. My God! He must
be awesomely right!
Answering your gripe, Anna Hazare has said it publicly multiple times
that he is against any oppressive actions targeted against any
community and that he supports a system that gives equal rights to all
citizens irrespective of their religion.
And if you think you were succeeding in your nefarious scheme to
distance the muslims from the movement, you've failed. Muslims as a
community have lent their support to Anna Hazare in a massive way.
Many Imams and Maulavis have made public statements, and the
Dar-ul-Uloom, which is the biggest body of Muslims in India has said
that it is the duty of every Muslim and citizen of India to support
Anna Hazare. If they are wrong, then you must know something that they
don't. Care to share?
You've also brought the 'Youth for equality' into this. So what if
Anna's movement is supported by the Youth for Equality? It is also
supported by the All India Youth Federation. Let me show you a pic of
AIYF activists who marched against corruption for Anna. Lest you've
forgotten the AIYF is the youth wing of the Communist Party of India.
Do you realize that when it comes to this fight against corruption
Anna does not choose who supports him. He gratefully accepts their
support. Of course he doesn't give them anything in return except a
law that's strongly against corruption.
That's why the Gyan Das Akhara of Ayodhya, and Hashim Ansari, the
famous anti-temple litigator have jointly expressed support for Anna
Hazare. Do you have the courage to rise above your own pettiness?
Arundhati, lie ten caught.
You are also very misinformed, or maybe you choose to present wrong
information to the people. You have said that 'Kabir' is an NGO run by
Arvind Kejriwal and Manish Sisodia. Actually Arvind Kejriwal does not
run Kabir. He is an executive member because Manish Sisodia is an old
associate from Parivartan, but he does not manage it, or intervene in
it. It is managed by Manish Sisodia. Arvind Kejriwal's foundation is
the PCRF. They have received no donation from Ford. Their balance
sheets are available on their website for public inspection. Have a
look at all the money this foundation has.
Arvind started this foundation with 14 lakhs, the money he got with
his Magsaysay Award. He used it for public cause and to support RTI in
The PCRF maintains complete accounts for the present anti-corruption
movement too. Details of all incoming donations are available on the
website of India Against Corruption, and expenses are detailed too.
You should have a look at that.
The amount Kabir has received as donation from Ford is $200,00 and not
$400,000 as you claimed. This is verifyable form the website of the
ford foundation (http://www.fordfoundation.org/grants/search). You
could have done well to note that this donation has nothing to do with
the present movement, but you did not. I will do this for you here.
This donation was made in 2011 to Kabir to promote the use of RTI in
India, and not to support the India against corruption movement.
Arundhati, lie eleven caught.
You say next that the present bill fails to bring the corporates and
the NGOs against the ambit of Lokpal. Does our present legal system
allow that? Does our present legal system allow surveillance of the
functioning of privately funded NGOs or corporate bodies in the same
manner that it allows the surveillance of government organisations?
The legal experts have said no, and this is the reason according to
the team that they are not proposing this at the present time.
What you've forgotten is the fact that it is the government system
that's the worst offender when it comes to corruption, because it
allows its misuse by the private sector resulting in the problems
you've mentioned. There are already checks and systems to prevent and
prosecute the wrong-doings of the private sector, but they are
compromised because the investigative bodies are in the graft, or
their masters are.
If we can make this start by creating a law that forces the government
systems to work properly it will undoubtedly lead to better handling
of the private sector too. Can you imagine the telecom companies
benefiting from 2G the way they did if they didn't have A Raja working
for them? Or the various private companies making huge profits from
CWG tenders if Kalmadi and Sheila Dikshit didn't back them so
Anna's team has given the commitment to keep fighting, to further the
cause, and take fresh measures to rid the people of corruption once
the Janlokpal bill is in place. By making the Janlokpal bill an excuse
to talk about all the different malaise we have you are attempting to
short-circuit the anti-corruption drive itself. How is fighting
government corruption any less holier than fighting corruption in
Arundhati, lie twelve caught.
The only sense you are making is in the last paragraph when you say
that Anna's movement is the result of the failure of the legislature
which is filled with criminals and millionaire politicians who have
ceased to represent their people. You know, that's exactly the point
that Anna Hazare has been making. Our MPs are totally living in denial
of the people's needs and aspirations. They believe that 9% growth of
GDP is an achievement worth having 11% food inflation for. It is their
corrupt mindset and disconnect which must be challenged, and that's
exactly what Anna is doing when he mobilizes people in such a massive
manner against corruption. The fact is, we should all be thankful to
Anna Hazare for reminding the MPs that a democracy is not just made up
of the parliament, but also of the people.
Monday, September 05, 2011
Acting on the report by the Lokayuktha, CBI swung into action swiftly this morning. The Reddy brothers, sons of an ordinary police constable, who rose to be mining barons, was running a mining mafia in Bellary, north Karnataka have been arrested by the CBI on Monday 5 September 2011 morning in Bellary.
The flaunting of wealth got by raping mother earth which has been illegally mined will be examined by the CBI. The Reddy brothers who gave funds to BJP, were made ministers in Yeddyurappa Govt. The arrest has spelt doom for their mafia and terror activities and will put an end to the illegal mining activities in the state. The Supreme Court had earlier banned iron ore mining in the state.
It is ironical that BJP, seeped in corruption to the core still issues statements that it will support Reddys whatever happens to them, just to make sure that they do not withdraw support to the ministry.
With this arrest, it is hoped that the real estate prices in the city which have been hovering at very high rates and artificially held at that rate by the mining and real estate lobby with their black money will see a little cooling off..
Justice Hegde will be a relieved man now, so also all people who love the state of Karnataka ....
Sunday, September 04, 2011
Parliament should command or demand respect ?
Indian Parliament with 150 criminals and illiterates should command or demand respect from the common man ? Just wait for another 3 years and the same representatives will come abegging for our precious votes, falling at our feet, (enticing with all their ill-gotten wealth ..) Does it show who commands in the Indian Democracy, the people or their elected representatives, the servants of the people ? The servants have place only at the feet of their masters ..
The Parliament should withdraw with immediate effect privilege motion notices against Kejriwal, Kiran Bedi and Prashant Bhushan who dared to question them and even went to the extent of pulling their legs. Are our Parliamentarians so kiddish and intolerant crybabies running around for mama's skirt ? Shame on all of you !!
Come in front and show us that you deserve our respect, not demand it .. ( btw, I am thankful being In India, where you can shout against your elected representatives and get them to behave..)
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