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    Cong at President door over Modi

    New Delhi, June 28: The Gujarat Congress today handed a memorandum to President Pranab Mukherjee alleging Narendra Modi was violating the spirit of the Constitution to protect ministers facing criminal and corruption charges.

    The memorandum requests the President to cross-check the allegations with the governor and take “appropriate action immediately for protection of the best democratic tradition of Gujarat and the Constitution of India”.

    It claims Modi has been successfully preaching to a national audience only because his alleged misdeeds in Gujarat have not been exposed.

    Senior state leaders such as Shankersinh Vaghela, Arjun Modhwadia, Shaktisinh Gohil and Siddharth Patel signed the memorandum.

    The President is unlikely to intervene in these matters but the development suggests that the Congress plans to confront Modi and try to debunk the notion that Gujarat is well governed.

    State leaders have been asked to dig up material against the chief minister and target him personally to counter the perception that Modi is an honest politician animated by a passion for development.

    This job, however, will be carried out by either state leaders or junior leaders and not by Sonia or Rahul Gandhi.

    The memorandum provides details of cases faced by several BJP ministers and lawmakers and alleges that Modi is protecting them because he is “heavily obliged” to them.

    The memorandum focuses on Babubhai Bokhiria, who continues to be a minister despite having being convicted and sentenced in an illegal mining case. However, it also mentions charges against other ministers such as Purushottam Solanki, Nitin Patel and Pradipsinh Jadeja.

    It cites how Bokhiria, sentenced to jail for three years, continues in his post although the Representation of People’s Act 1951 disqualifies any elected member of a House who has been sentenced for a term longer than two years. (Bokhiria has secured bail and is preparing to challenge his conviction in the high court.)

    The memorandum alleges that the reason Modi has not allowed a Lokayukta to be appointed for the past nine years is that he wants to escape scrutiny of his alleged corrupt deals.

    It recalls the cases against former ministers Amit Shah and Maya Kodnani, and former and current lawmakers Dinubhai Solanki, Babubhai Katara and Madhu Srivastava.

    Kodnani is serving a 28-year term in a riot case while the others are accused in cases ranging from fake encounters and riots to human trafficking and illegal mining.

    Former Congress legislature party leader Gohil told reporters: “FIRs are not registered in the first place and when the court intervenes to ensure a probe and establishes loot and crime, Modi protects them.”

    He said Modi had succeeded in keeping these facts out of the national glare by hiring an American public relations firm that spreads false propaganda.

    According to the memorandum, Purushottam Solanki faces cases ranging from forcible extraction of confessions, armed robbery and criminal intimidation to causing hurt, cheating, impersonation, forgery and falsification of accounts.

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    BJP wary of Ishrat case

    New Delhi, June 28: The BJP is apprehensive of the political implications of the Ishrat Jahan ‘‘fake’’ encounter killing that the CBI seems set to pursue to its logical end.

    The party is afraid its 2014 plans might get torpedoed midstream if the agency closes in on Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi and his aide, Amit Shah.

    Officially, spokespersons put on a brave face and claimed the CBI’s “hot pursuit” would turn Modi into “victim and hero”. But the underlying fear was if he and his aide were caught in a legal tangle, the process would impair Modi’s national campaign plans and effectively put Shah out of Uttar Pradesh.

    “It will undermine Shah’s working and affect his mobility,” an office-bearer said. Shah was recently sent to Lucknow to create a semblance of “order” and discipline in the fractured state unit where top leaders work at cross-purposes. Shah is considered an “able” organisational hand.

    BJP sources said if the party had to come within striking distance of power or accumulate 180-plus Lok Sabha seats, there had to be big gains in Uttar Pradesh. Modi too reckoned the heartland state was crucial if his national dreams were to materialise, they added.

    The BJP’s other belief was that by playing up Ishrat’s “innocence”— she was killed in 2004 along with four men who were allegedly terrorists sent to Gujarat to kill Modi — the Congress was trying to polarise Muslim votes.

    “That could happen. But a reverse consolidation of Hindu votes is much harder unless people sympathise with Modi and we project him as a victim of the Congress’s machinations,” a source said.

    “Last 10 years, what has the Congress not done to Modi? Yet, he emerged successful after every battle he fought. We hope he comes out of this unscathed,” a spokesperson said.

    The other potential fallout was that despite the big cadre support for Modi, his rise was resisted by a section of the brass. Yesterday, senior leader Yashwant Sinha took a swipe at him for displaying “parochialism” while “selectively” rescuing Gujaratis in Uttarakhand.

    Yashwant, Shatrughan Sinha and Sushma Swaraj are among those reportedly in sympathy with L.K. Advani. They believe Advani was “unfairly” done out by Modi with ‘‘help’’ from BJP chief Rajnath Singh and Arun Jaitley.

    “A whiff of trouble for Modi and this lobby will certainly step up efforts to put him down,” a source said.

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    Modi, Shah knew of plot to kill Ishrat: CBI official

    The Ishrat Jahan encounter case is likely to take a politically interesting turn, as evidence gathered by the CBI suggests that the state authorities had prior knowledge of the allegedly staged killings on June 15, 2004.

    An investigator, requesting anonymity, told HT that chief minister Narendra Modi and then junior home minister Amit Shah could have been “in the loop”. But, he said,

    the evidence was still being verified.

    Ishrat, 19, a Mumbai college student and an alleged Lashkar suicide bomber, and her three associates – Javed Sheikh alias Pranesh Pillai, Amjad Ali Rana and Jeeshan Johar – were killed in an encounter with the Gujarat police. The police claimed that they had come to Gujarat to kill Modi.

    Although state government spokesperson Nitin Patel refused to comment on the issue, former spokesperson Jaynarayan Vyas said, "These are only media reports... Let the CBI file the charge sheet first.”

    The CBI charge sheet, likely to be filed on July 4, will claim that the encounter was staged and Rajinder Kumar, then head of the Gujarat unit of the Intelligence Bureau, had colluded with the cops to have Ishrat and her associates killed.

    A source in the investigating team said, "Kumar not only generated a false alert and helped organise the prior custody of the four, he also procured an AK 56 rifle that was planted on the bodies to make them look like LeT terrorists.”

    Earlier, when Kumar was summoned by the CBI, the IB chief moved the home ministry and the PMO and eventually extracted the assurance that Kumar could be touched only after his retirement on July 31.

    Modi, Shah knew of plot to kill Ishrat: CBI official - Hindustan Times
     
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    BJP: Govt using CBI against Modi

    Days before CBI is to file a chargesheet in the Ishrat Jahan encounter case; a massive political fight has erupted between the UPA and Gujarat government. BJP spokesperson Ravi Shankar Prasad in exclusive interview with TIMES NOW said that Congress has pathological hatred against Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi. He also said that it's a gross misuse of CBI in Ishrat Jahan and Tulsi Prajapati case.


    BJP: Govt using CBI against Modi-News-Exclusives-TIMESNOW.tv - Latest Breaking News, Big News Stories, News Videos

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    Desperate Congress pressing all levers to arrest Narendra Modi before October

    G V L Narasimha Rao

    There is a sinister plan hatched by the Congress party to implicate Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi in a web of legal cases relating to 2002 communal violence and some alleged police encounter cases. Accordingly, the Congress party led central government is working overtime to implicate, dethrone and arrest the popularly elected Chief Minister of Gujarat sometime between now and October this year.

    Hectic efforts are on to subvert every institution and influence every wing of the government to implement this evil plan. Disgruntled officials of the central services working in Gujarat have been used as pawns in this “target Modi by hook or crook” operation.

    IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt who had filed an affidavit in Supreme Court alleging that Narendra Modi instructed the police officials to let Hindus vent their anger during communal riots in 2002 is one such conduit acting at the behest of the ruling Congress party at the Centre. This was established when Bhatt and state Congress president Arjun Modhwadia tried to influence a junior police officer Karansinh Panth to depose against Narendra Modi.

    When Panth refused to yield, they threatened him saying that the state government (led by Narendra Modi) would collapse in two months and the chief minister would be arrested. This episode clearly exposes the nefarious designs of the Congress party to destabilize a democratically elected government in Gujarat.

    The reasons for targeting the popularly elected Gujarat chief minister are not far to seek. The Congress is frustrated by its repeated electoral failures in Gujarat and sees no hope for its revival as long as Narendra Modi is at the helm. By targeting the Gujarat chief minister, it also sees an opportunity in consolidating the Muslim vote bank across the country and particularly in the poll-bound electorally crucial battleground state of Uttar Pradesh.

    But even more importantly, the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty fears that Narendra Modi could threaten the future success of Rahul Gandhi.

    Modi preferred over Rahul

    A widely published recent Mood of the Nation poll carried out by LensOnNews.com (Poll finds people want leadership change; Rahul Gandhi preferred over Manmohan, Modi over Rahul) confirmed this fear. It showed that Narendra Modi pipped Rahul Gandhi to the post in prime ministerial preference rankings by several notches.
    Asked who would make a better prime minister between Rahul Gandhi and Narendra Modi, 52% chose Narendra Modi over Rahul Gandhi with 40%. Modi has a huge lead over Rahul Gandhi among upper castes, OBCs, college educated and urban voters. Voting sections strongly rooting for Narendra Modi are not loyal to any party and vote perceptibly based on performance. It is this ‘swing vote’ that proves decisive in regime changes.
    Narendra Modi who has emerged as a national icon owing to his impressive leadership of Gujarat and zero tolerance policy against corruption and terrorism seems to have caught the imagination of this highly perceptive and well informed voter groups. For a country and populace craving for good governance and reeling under the mis-governance of the Congress led UPA government at the Centre, Modi’s virtues are of great significance.

    In sharp contrast, Rahul Gandhi’s sole virtue is his parental lineage. He does not come across as a confident, intelligent man and blabbers away uttering inanities on most subjects. For a 41 year old “young” man, he lacks work experience of any kind and whatever little one has seen of his political management abilities, he hardly inspires any confidence.

    Far from extending the party’s appeal, much like his mother Sonia, Rahul Gandhi seems to have become a lighting rod for the political disaffection of the educated classes. Browse the internet to see how people, particularly the youth resent the mother-son duo of Gandhis. It is not just online generation, even the television viewing masses share this perception. In a Television show on CNN-IBN hosted by Sagarika Ghose recently, asked if Rahul Gandhi was ready to become PM, an overwhelming majority of 86% of the viewers said no, while only 14% answered in the affirmative. (Watch video at FTN: Is Rahul Gandhi ready to be the PM? ) For the undisputed future leader of a ruling party, such poor public support is indeed alarming.

    History tells us that whenever the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty saw dwindling public support, it had exhibited dictatorial tendencies and an authoritarian streak. The dynasty’s motto seems to be simple: if you can’t defeat an opponent, eliminate him. Unscrupulous politics is the hallmark of Congress party’s culture. No other party or leader in power has ever practiced such coarse politics.

    Most BJP sympathizers wonder how the Gandhi family, mired it was in so many scams and misdeeds, was let off lightly when the party was in power for six years at the Centre. Many of them aver that the Gandhis would have been in jail if only the NDA government had pursued cases against them seriously. But that simply is not the kind of politics that the BJP has ever practiced. It is just that the Congress culture is different.

    The Congress regime at the Centre which is staring at a precipitous fall in public support due to a series of scams realizes that it has lost all moral right to govern. It believes that the only way to safeguard its future is by targeting all its political rivals who pose a threat to the dynasty’s future. The midnight crackdown on Baba Ramdev’s supporters showed its fascist tendency and it is once again in full display in Gujarat.

    In attempting to target Narendra Modi in the alleged police encounters of Sohrabuddin Sheikh and Ishrat Jahan, the Congress party is showing its overweening concern for the “human rights” of gangsters and alleged terrorists. The same Congress party led government at the Centre had appointed the Banerjee Committee to concoct evidence that the Godhra train carnage that killed 59 innocent Hindus was an accident and not a pre-meditated terrorist act.

    The Bollywood song “Yeh public hai, ye sab jaanti hai” captures vividly the wisdom of the public in this country. Men-women, educated and uneducated can all see through the cynical games played by political parties.

    The government that has lost its mind and has gone berserk, one hopes, will come to its senses and refrain from targeting political rivals in a mafia-like manner. Caught in its habitual hubris, if it overreaches itself, it is sure to face an electoral backlash more severe than that of 1977 that followed Indira Gandhi’s Emergency.

    The author is a noted political analyst

    Desperate Congress pressing all levers to arrest Narendra Modi before October


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    Is the Congress really afraid of Mr Modi or is it media hype?

    There, of course, is no doubt that there is a huge popularity surge for Mr Modi. The large gathering speak for itself, even if the Polls indicating his popularity is manipulated.

    Gujarat has also shown great strides and of that there is no doubt. And many innovative schemes have been implemented and there appears to be some Vision in the planning of the progress of the State.

    One wonders if it is Modi who is popular or the country is sick to its gills with the total incompetence in governance of the UPA 2 and the huge number of scams that have erupted, and worse still the CBI has done nothing to pursue the matter expeditiously and instead concentrate on political case.

    Indeed political cases should be addressed, but the scams are more important to the public at large rather than political cases, since the people are now convinced that the CBI is but a weapon of the Govt in power to arm twist political parties whenever in dire necessity to ensure survival.

    Maybe Modi's popularity is the result of the total disgust the people have for the manner in which the UPA is floundering rudderless in all policy matters, be it economic, political, military or social and at the same time, feathering their own nests with scant regard for the Nation.
     
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    Who're those sources btw ?? We all know CBI is being misused here and linking Modi and Amit Shah specifically to encounter is a clear indication congress is behind all this. Ishrat was a certified terrorist of LeT and it has been proven, IB has also input about this. We'll see what happens because Abhilasha Kumari who's hearing this case, is daughter of HP's chief minister. Such misuse of govt agencies is totally unacceptable especially when the base fact that victim was a terrorist.
     
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    Narendra MODI: ENGLISH Media & Human Right Activists


    In India pseudo intellectuals give terrorist lots of support, Modi explains Ishrat Case from 3.19
     
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    Congress is afraid of Modi. In defence of Modi Hilda Raja, obviously not a Hindu.

    Dr Hilda Raja is a Tamizh Christian, ex professor at Stella Maris College, Chennai, now living in Vadodara, Gujarat.

    About Hilda Raja

    Who is afraid of Modi

    Why is the Congress suffering from Modi phobia? The media should also know that the more it demonize Modi the more it will boomerang.The single point of accusation directed against Modi is the Gujarat riots.The Gujarat riots are rightly termed riots . Modi had only taken up his CM post ending a decade of political instability in Gujarat. He was just elected to the Assembly a fortnight before the out break of riots (24th Feb 2002) Much is made out of what Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar had stated But if one has to read the whole interview and his statements carefully one will realize that he was not blaming Modi but was stating a fact-that the administration failed. Well it is easy to turn round and ask who was in charge of the administration. Modi was not in charge of leading the policemen and the cops on the roads. Modi had to work within an administration that was not geared and ill fitted for a riot of such proportions. It must be also noted that in the case of Gujarat riots the NGOs played a crucial role. These NGOs had their own vested interest. Money was flowing from abroad and before every Assembly election the NGOs had their propaganda machinery fine tuned.They never allowed Gujarat riots to be forgotten-nor thought it fitting to heal the wounds.. On the other hand they did are doing their best not to allow the communities to move on. Keeping them fixed in the Godhra Gujarat riots. They aggravate the issue and polarize the communities. The Congress had a major role and vested interest in this. This is evident when one takes the case of Sanjiv Bhatt-the man has been discredited by the SIT as an unreliable witness.Yet he had his connections with the Congress. His wife stood for the last Assembly election on a Congress ticket against Modi.

    Similarly the SIT found no evidence to support Zakia Jaffri’s complaint. But she persisted in trying to drag Modi as a conspirator. She was helped and abetted by Teesta Setalvad-the one who has been accused of tampering and coercing witnesses. These had a major impact on public perception. The media toed the line of anti Modi propagandist. It is against this background that one should read what is said about Modi .

    The Gujarat riots hence stand on entirely a different frame work.Apart from the Congress and other vested interests forces working over time and bending backwards to fix Modi. It is within this context that one must read the interview of the CM of Goa Manohar Parrikar that there was administration failure.

    When there were riots and terrorists’ attacks the Home Ministers of the relevant periods reeled out that it was systems failure. Who operates the system and what does it mean when they say that it was system’s failure? Does that not mean that Shivraj Patel and later Chidambaram were solely responsible and were unable to handle the systems and prevent the ‘failure’? Similarly also when train accidents happen and hundreds of people die and are injured again it is ‘system’s failure’ that is given as the cause-and these ministers get away with it coolly.The human face is invisible in these systems. So when CM of Goa stated that it was administration failure why point the finger at Modi? Well it must have been surely administration failure and not human failure. The point is through hook or crook the Congress and the media want to put the onus on Modi.

    I would like to place emphasis on riots and pogrom-In 1969 during the Congress rule in Gujarat there were riots –the Reddy Commission states that the army deployment was delayed wilfully.But in Gujarat riots under Modi army was deployed within 20 hours.For example in Nellie –Assam when riots took place in 1983 total death toll of Muslims were 2191 and cent percent were Muslims. But post Godhra 66.81 percent killed were Muslims.(Govt of Gujarat figures) In Mumbai riots of 1992 of the 900 dead 575 were Muslims .The enquiry commission stated that the Chief Minister took four days in deploying the army.The State was under the Congress.All these are riots because both communities are victims..Compare this with the pogrom of the Sikhs when for five days Rajiv Gandhi allowed the Congressmen to go on rampage killing, looting raping and terrorizing the Sikhs.The attack on the Sikhs was preplanned by the Congress party because the Congress leaders led the butchers from the front. The victims were only Sikhs-that’s makes it a pogrom. For that matter one must not forget that there has been only one pogrom in India and that was under the Congress rule soon after the assassination of Indira Gandhi in 1984

    Coming back to Gujarat-the SIT appointed by the Supreme Court-the intense investigations by the Central agencies do not have till date been able to pin point the failure of Modi-nor is there evidence that Modi was responsible. What is been overlooked conveniently is the fact that Gujarat riots is not the first of its kind in India.As BJP President Rajnath Singh vocalized that there was 12900 communal riots before 2002.Has any one pointed out at the CMs or any particular person as being responsible for these?

    While one states that Gujarat was a communal riot what about Mumbai riots in 1992? Was it not communal? The difference between communal riots and pogrom is the unsavory truth that in the former both the communites are killed but in the latter only one community is targeted. Hence in 1984 the Sikh community was targeted and mercilessly butchered. This can be done only when the killers are organized and engineered and led. It is historical fact that in the aftermath of Indira Gandhi’s assassination the Congress leaders like Jagdish Tytler,Bhaghat, and Sajjan Kumar instigated,incited and led the butchers to the Sikh shanties to kill, The cases are still on. It is easy to dispose of the cases on ‘lack of evidence’because of the lapse of time-29 years is a long period in one’s memory .What had Rajiv Gandhi then done?He simply watched when his men went about killing and rampaging- in statistically figures the numbers are ten times higher ,in brutality it was satanic because the Sikh men were chopped and killed in front of their families.Is this system’s failure, adminstration failure or one man’s total callous willful indifference? If right in the capital of the country one could not call in the army within hours and stop the pogrom what would one call it.? Rajiv Gandhi allowed the killings and the rampage to continue for five days before the army was called.

    If Modi is to be blamed for the Gujarat riots then Rajiv Gandhi must be put on trial for the pogrom of the Sikhs and he must be posthumously made to account for the thousands of lives of the Sikhs.Then we can talk of hanging Modi.You cannot have two yardsticks and two justice systems in this country.It is not the prerogative of the Gandhis to engineer and target one minority community –the Sikhs, and get away with it.

    There has been an orchestrated propaganda against Modi. While it must be noted that justice was quick in Gujarat riots. For the Mumbai blasts the first conviction came after 14 years and for the Sikh pogrom the first conviction came after full 13 years.There has been no life sentence. The maximum sentence handed in the first conviction was just 5 years.The case against Sajjan Kumar is still on-29 years and the nation is waiting for justice.On the other hand the SIT under Mr Raghavan has led to the arrest of a woman minister of the Gujarat government. Justice then seems to be swift and stringent when it comes to the Gujarat riots. Why this double standards?


    Now that Modi is projected as the Prime Ministerial candidate there is more anti Modi propaganda. Look at the way how he was depicted when he went to Uttarakhand to rescue victims of the devastating deluge who were stranded and became victims to such a national disaster.If Rahul Gandhi had done the same he would have been showered with praise and the media hype.Instead of being happy that Modi rushed there and offered help and aid to Uttarakhand the CM of Uttarakhand rejects it .VIP movements have been restricted.Sheer jealousy and political myopia.

    Anything and everything that Modi does is twisted and shown in a bad light. What is wrong if Modi aspires to be the PM? Can Rahul aspire-can his mother Mrs Sonia Gandhi keep pushing her son to the PM’s gaddi and can the PM tell the nation that he would be happy to have RG take his chair? All these sound right But for a nation of intelligent people it is crass sycophancy it is undemocratic. The media will be largely to blame if and when Rahul Gandhi fails and fails miserably.

    The media has already put Modi on trial-found him guilty and passed the judgment to convict him. Modi does not seem to be afraid of these threats and insinuations. But we the people would like to find our justice system fair and open. Hence before Modi is tried and convicted for the Gujarat riots put Rajiv Gandhi for trial-the role he played or did not play in 1984-the justification he said, ‘when a big tree falls,the earth shakes” and “we must teach them a lesson”. This is a case square and clear that Rajiv Gandhi failed to control the pogrom.On the other hand he abetted it and was in full knowledge of it .So he must be tried for the mass massacre of a minority community. And the Congress party whose leader abetted the pogrom must be de-recognized-and then move on to the Gujarat riots. Till such let not the Congress and its sycophants get the impression that this nation is a nation of fools. Look around and see what is happening in Pakistan-justice will catch up sooner than later and Mrs Sonia Gandhi and her coterie will be bundled off. Justice is what we want –not selective justice not a judiciary system which is biased.

    Modi has every right to project himself as the Prime Ministerial candidate-if Rahul Gandhi can so can Modi.In fact dynasty rule is anti-democratic while a man like Modi coming from the grassroot level aspiring and working himself to that level is a facet of a vibrant democratic dynamics.

    Dr Mrs Hilda Raja,
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    I wonder who is leaking those CBI investigation reports to media and in particular to NDTV first. It was laughable when NDTV Exclusive says "Black beard and White beard" I mean is this your reporting style? & now a days I am seeing new style of reporting, They put "Question mark" after every sentence.
     
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    No seriously guys if we believe NDTV is true journalism then its making fun of the average Indian intelligence.

    Their "top" reporter gives Italian godmother Indian of the year award who in turn gives her Padmashri.

    All these pathetic journalist are cozying with the very people who they should have kept in check, nobody comes close to Chitra Subramaniam who exposed Bofors scandal.
     
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    You forgot Pankaj Pachauri from NDTV who is now media adviser of PM.
     
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    The whole of congress is trying to bring down the HINDUS by instigating and forcing false cases and propagating it through NDTV n particular, when there are no evidence against anyone.......
     
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    The ilks of erstwhile Jaichand on the rise... too bad
     
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    The manner in which the Congress is approaching the issue in the ham handed way, is only making Modi look a martyr.

    The same way how that 'Maut je Saudagar' jibe backfired!
     
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    I thought this was the Kapil sibbal's so called "big expose on modi" which he promised few months back.
     
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    Did not understand what u r saying.......
     
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    The allegations against Modi are indeed serious, and Modi does not have a convincing explanation to any of them. So again, let us go into a couple of the details:

    1. Why has Modi prevented the appointment of an independent Lokayukta in Gujarat and why does Gujarat have one of the weakest Lokayukta legislations?

    2. Why is a convicted criminal still the minister of mining in violation of the relevant 1951 central govt law?
     
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