Muzaffarnagar riots were political: Ajit Singh

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  1. Ray

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    Muzaffarnagar riots were political: Ajit Singh

    LUCKNOW: Blaming the Samajwadi Party (SP) and the BJP, civil aviation minister and Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD) chief Ajit Singh on Thursday said last year's riots in Muzaffarnagar were caused by political — and not communal — factors.

    "Both the SP and the BJP, in order to achieve their vested political interests, unleashed a reign of riots in the state," Singh told party workers and supporters at a rally in Agra. "Let me tell you that it would be unfair to term the Muzaffarnagar riots as communal. In fact, they were political riots."

    Singh said the law and order situation was deteriorating rapidly in Uttar Pradesh. "There's nothing called the government in the state," he said. "There're five-and-a-half chief ministers in Uttar Pradesh. This is the reason for the virtual absence of governance, which is having catastrophic effects on the day-to-day administration. The BJP is the UP's Janata Danga Party, the SP is the Goonda Party and the BSP is the Looteri Party. The people of the state have lost their faith in these parties, due to their poor track record."

    Raking up the issue of a proposed Harit Pradesh, the civil aviation minister said: "Western Uttar Pradesh is gradually losing on the development front and, without the formation of Harit Pradesh, development would only elude the western part of the state." He claimed Harit Pradesh would become the most prosperous state in the country.

    The RLD chief criticised the state government for the delay in the construction of Agra airport. Agra will have an airport despite the state government's strong-arm tactics, he said.

    RLD general secretary and Mathura MP Jayant Chaudhary also addressed the rally. He said after the return of the SP in the state, hooliganism in administration and the state machinery had become more evident. Chaudhary criticized the state government for its "dual approach" on the matter of giving scheduled caste (SC) status to the Dhangar community. "If the Dhangars are not included in the SC list, the party will launch a massive agitation at the national level to give justice to them," he said.

    Chaudhary reiterated the RLD's stand of establishing a bench of the Allahabad high court in western UP. "Today, people from western UP have to go almost 500 km far for seeking justice," he said.

    Taking a jibe at BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi, Chaudhary said: "Swelling one's chest to 56 inches or 46 inches using air would not serve any purpose as far as running the country or the state is concerned."

    Muzaffarnagar riots were political: Ajit Singh - The Times of India

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    Poor Ajita!

    This riot has made him irrelevant to the context in Western UP and with the volatile churn in the political scene, his future looks bleak.

    Therefore, he has to make thing appear that he is in command of the the issue.

    2014 will be one of the most exciting and nail biting elections and of that there is no doubt of that.
     
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    He will most probably get a zero this time!
     
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    The Messiah Bow Before Me! Elite Member

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    He is spot on though.
     
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    What did congress do in UP?
    Nothing... why did it not stop the riots from happening?
     
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    Coming to the matter of secularisim. Why did Americans kill innocent Muslims in iraq and Afghanistan? To justify themselves they said it as war on terror. Where did the so called secular Christians go when the Americans killed Muslims to take revenge for the WTO CRASH. So do you mean to say that when Christians kill Muslims it is war on terror and when Hindus react to what Muslim rule in India did to Hindus and still doing even today, we Hindus are communal?
    What a way to justify Christians.
    Time shall tell the answer to the so called feku secularists.
     
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    We Hindus and Muslims are not lame sitting ducks. The congress party has cheated both the communities by raging up communal tensions and get votes by saying BJP IS COMMUNAL.
     
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    Well, no. The riots had originally nothing to do with politics. It was only later that all parties jumped on the bandwagon & took sides. Real reason was the "Love Jihad"(real or imagined ?) by Muslim youth. When it was opposed, Hindus were gunned down while returning from their Khaap MahaPanchayat. As far as the Ak47 & automated firearms with Muslims are concerned, they had it stockpiled since much earlier. The region is a ISI den.
     
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    Delete please
     
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    Well, BJP is "communal".
     
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    Love Jihad led to Muzaffarnagar riots ?

    I don't think this is region is an "ISI" den.

    After Muslim "Gautam" Thakurs , we have the Muley Jaats of Western UP too.

    Muley Jats - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
     
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    Incidentally we actually happened to pass through this town during our india trip last year. Even then I remember having a premonition that some disaster was going to happen there. It was a town where everyone seemed idle and with impoverished. Our driver remarked that muzaffarnagar has a bad reputation. Also that it was full of Muslims.
     
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    Well, Muzzafarnagar and Kairana are almost dens.
     
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    No way you can say that paaji. The meaning of hindutva is unity.
    So you mean to say That killing Hindus is secular and Hindus who revolt and kill Muslims are communal. "This in no way means that BJP IS KILLING OR EVER HAD KILLED MUSLIMS".
     
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    Yes Sir, as reported from Ground Zero. This alone was the reason. Rest is bleeding-heart yellow-journalism. Politics had nothing to do with the riot build-up, at least in the initial days. But after masses of Hindu farmers were assaulted by automatic fire (a novelty in this area), politicians jumped into fray. Till then, it was a community-level issue: New-found riches of some Muslim youth returned from Gulf (who now own mobile-repair & balance recharge shops) & have assumed neutral-sounding Hindu names were immediate culprits.

    And, you already know what the immediate provocations were.

    Social dynamics have fundamentally transformed in this region. So, the riots were a sort of exercise (both, spontaneus + pre-planned) aimed at consolidation of power & restoring + reinforcing the status-quo (by vanquishing newly resurgent revisionist forces) & demonstrate who stands where in the Jatland social hierarchy. Hope you get the drift.

    It is easy & convenient (at the same time, simplistic & naive) to attribute everything unpleasant at politics & eschew the unpleasant that goes on during the social churning. The best netas have done here is too foment the fire further instead of trying to douse it. Netas definitely stoked it by introducing stockpiles of automats. Nothing beyond it. But, the smoldering embers of social resentment were already simmering among the communities who gave vent to it collectively. Such is the order of things in Jatland where tempers run perpetually high.

    An economically vibrant community thought of the other as pussy but failed to recollect the age-old idiom: Jab terahvi ho jave, Jat marey tab samjho. Overconfidence in their supposed martial tradition, shiny firearms (thanks to UP netas) & new found riches were the doom of that community. New balance & old status-quo restored. Case closed.

    It is only the loosing Neta who is whining about politics. If viewed from that perspective, everything is about politics. Because, it was always about power (collective bargaining ability). & Politics is the means & tool to accomplish that power.

    Find out about Khaala-paar & Kairana. Not on Internet.
    & the Muslim MLA's of SP, BSP & the sort of elements that seek refuge here. Locals know enough of their shady businesses & alleged nexus.
     
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    LOL at Ajit Singh now acting as a cry baby as his Jat Vote bank cannot offer him his favorite constituency in U.P.........
     
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    Secular retards will always close their eyes whenever they see something uncomfortable regarding the peaceful patriotic community:rolleyes:
     
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    22 chargesheets filed in Muzaffarnagar riots - The Times of India

    The Uttar Pradesh police have filed chargesheets in 22 cases in Muzaffarnagar riots, an official said on Saturday.

    These chargesheets have been filed by the special investigation team (SIT) after investigations into the charges against the accused.

    A total of 6,261 people have been named in 543 cases in Muzaffarnagar communal riots that left 63 dead and rendered thousands homeless.

    Police said investigating officer had added names of 162 people in the original list of accused after which the total number of accused went up to 6,423.

    Allegations against 683 have been found to be correct and as many as 242 people have been jailed. The police is on the lookout for others who are absconding, while 47 have so far surrendered.




    Uttar Pradesh, which witnessed nearly 50 deaths in the recent Muzaffarnagar riots, recorded the highest casualties until September 15, 2013 at 62 deaths, of which 42 victims were Muslims and 20 Hindus.

    According to Union home ministry figures circulated during the NIC meet on Tuesday, UP saw 93 riots and 108 incidents of communal tension. A total of 219 Muslims and 134 Hindus were injured.
    http://articles.timesofindia.indiat...a/42359685_1_hindus-communal-violence-muslims

    Its the deaths of ordinary Indians
     
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    People still living in Muzaffarnagar relief camps are professional beggars: SP leader - The Times of India

    Adding insult to the injury of Muzaffarnagar riot victims, Samajwadi Party leader and Lok Sabha candidate from Shravasti, Atiq Ahmed, on Saturday said that those still living in the camps are professional beggars.

    The mafia-turned-politician said that professional beggars can be found in every class and community. "The real victims were helped and rehabilitated by the state government. They were given Rs 15 lakh and jobs. But the people being shown in the camps are professional beggars," he claimed.

    Atiq was recently in controversy for his statement that UP has no dearth of electricity and that the electricity crisis in the state is due to power theft.

    Significantly, a month ago, SP chief Mulayam Singh Yadav said that those still living in Muzaffarnagar relief camps are supporters of the opposition parties. He claimed that the state government has done a lot for the victims.

    Principal secretary home, Anil Gupta, while reacting to death of children in relief camp due to cold, had also made a controversial statement that the children died of pneumonia, not of cold and nobody can die of cold. "If people died of cold, nobody would have been alive in Siberia," Gupta had said, inviting flak from all quarters.
     
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    There is a small version of Khalapaar in almost every town.
     
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    Why is there no report on such issue(.ie the peaceful patriotic community peacefully and patriotically allied with ISI) even in the social media/internet?

    I mean, even satire can do wonders in creating awareness no?
     

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