Nehru's anniversary: No invite for PM Modi, only democratic people OK

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  1. Ray

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    By acting churlish and boorish, it is the Congress which is looking as sore losers not only domestically, but also internationally.

    However, it is but right that only sycophants are invited so that it is a one sided show and the 'other side' of Nehru is not exposed even in private whispers.

    Nehru had his plus points, but the fate of the Nation today is a sure indication that he was more of himself than with a thought for the Nation, in that all security concerns are of his short-sighted strategic making.

    Anand Sharma, of course, is the latest retainer of the Nehru Gandhis, who has an eye on the future, when he hopes acche din visits the Congress and so he mentions that only democratic people are being invited. Maybe, he equates democracy with sycophancy since democracy has not visited ever since Indira Gandhi came on the scene and the Dynasty made it its birthright to rule the Congress. And now the deluge has overcome the Congress thanks to this interpretation of Sharma's and the Congress' 'democracy'.

    And anyway, the PM will not be in India during that time as per his schedule already chalked out.

    So this exercise of not inviting him is meaningless.
     
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    Re: Nehru's anniversary: No invite for PM Modi, only democratic people

    Anand Shrma is one of the most ARROGANT and IDIOT member of ComCon. :gtfo:

    This shameless and anti-national move would push ComCon back.

    Vinashkale Vipreet Buddhee.

    ComCon is the MOST anti-National and anti-Democratic entity.
     
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    Re: Nehru's anniversary: No invite for PM Modi, only democratic people

    Frankly, I think the Congoons fear what Modi may say on Nehru. ;) He barely manages to utter a few good words about Nehru, and by his attitude he has made it clear he despises the whole lot, starting from the Nehru himself.

    But, one thing for sure, people simply aren't going to pay any attention to this biiiiiiig event however much the bought media panders it.
     
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    Re: Nehru's anniversary: No invite for PM Modi, only democratic people

    Modi is not in India to begin with. Even if they had given him a gold inked invite with complimentary ball-licking by Vadra's escort service, he wouldn't have attended, because he's busy with a crucial WTO deadlock-clearing meeting, with various world leaders.

    Besides, do you really want your children to "celebrate" this man?

    [​IMG]

    Did they name it "children's day" for the number of bastards this guy fathered?
     
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    Congies are trying very hard to make BJP look undemocratic and sectarian. Congress made a fool of democracy and the nation, the reason why they lost election making history. I thought the election result woke the congies up from their wet dreams.
     
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    Re: Nehru's anniversary: No invite for PM Modi, only democratic people

    Cong is most undemocratic party.
     
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    Re: Nehru's anniversary: No invite for PM Modi, only democratic people

    What to celebrate??

    We are still suffering for the blunders rather betrayal he has done with the future of our motherland for his vested interests.
     
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    Today anti-national Maa Beta ie Antonia and Raul Vinci shitted with their mouth on a occasion where they were supposed to celebrate 125 anniversary of their grand dad.

    Both Maa-Beta are making a joke of themselves and Congress as a whole.Let's hope they are not kicked out and we could see Congress kicked outta India.
     
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    and MOST COMMUNAL as well. :truestory:
     
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    Re: Nehru's anniversary: No invite for PM Modi, only democratic people

    Good point.

    But it begs a question.

    The Congress Party has invited the Chinese leader.

    Now, is the Congress Party indicating that China 'truly believe in democracy and the ideals of Nehru,'?

    If they did, then why did they attack India in 1962?

    And is the Congress indicating that the Cultural Revolution or Tienanmen Square massacre typifies the 'ideals of Nehru' and is 'truly a belief in democracy'?

    Odd logic, Anand Sharma maharaj for the Congress party to peddle.
     
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    Re: Nehru's anniversary: No invite for PM Modi, only democratic people

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    The travails of a pro Sonia firebrand.
     
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    Re: Nehru's anniversary: No invite for PM Modi, only democratic people

    COSTLY ILLUSION

    The president of the Congress, Sonia Gandhi, very piously quoted Jawaharlal Nehru on how to accept victory and defeat in elections. It didn’t strike her, of course, that her own behaviour, after the rout of the Congress in the elections, is far removed from what Nehru advocated. First, Ms Gandhi went into a sulk that aggravated her usual practice of keeping silent on most matters of consequence. And then, while celebrating the 125th birth anniversary of India’s first prime minister, she committed the crass impropriety of not inviting the present prime minister to the event. To make matters worse, Nehru’s birthday celebrations became the stage for an attempt to form some kind of grand alliance against the Bharatiya Janata Party. It is impossible to say whether Ms Gandhi intended this or not, but she certainly created the opportunity to initiate an effort for such an unlikely and bizarre formation. The initiative, not unsurprisingly, was stillborn even as it was conceived. Opposition to a particular political presence is not a common enough platform to bring together as diverse elements as the Communist Party of India (Marxist) and the Trinamul Congress. Any coalition, even a rainbow one, needs a common programme and an immediate objective. If the latter is defined as defeating the BJP then elections are certainly not immediate. There is certainly no common ideological ground between the leaders of the various political parties who shook hands, smiled and displayed an artificial bonhomie. The camaraderie lasted as long as the flashes went off.

    It has always been very difficult to comprehend what Ms Gandhi exactly wants. One reason for this is her extreme reluctance to articulate her own position on any matter. She assumes the posture of royal indifference. This is very unhealthy and very improper in a democracy. However miniscule the presence of her party in the Lok Sabha, she has her work cut out as the president of the Congress. One is enabling her party to function as a responsible Opposition party within the Lok Sabha; and the second is to rejuvenate the Congress in terms of organization and morale so that in the short and medium term, it no longer remains a contender for the consolation prize in Indian politics. Since the defeat in the general elections, Ms Gandhi has neither said nor done anything that remotely suggests that these two things are on her list of priorities. She has led the Congress to its worst-ever election defeat, and yet she continues to inhabit an illusory world where she is not held accountable.

    Costly illusion
     
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    Re: Nehru's anniversary: No invite for PM Modi, only democratic people

    One can never expect grace from half literate uneducated dimwits.

    An invite to a fellow politician from an opposing party when he is the PM is good manners, graceful & above all securing your tail end from witch hunt , which normally follows after a grand fall in parliamentary politics.

    The advisers in the cabal called Congress were always known for pettiness, good to see them exposed over a legacy which they themselves do not believe in.
     
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    Add Salman Khurshids name in that list too please.
     
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    LOL.. I did not know that.
     
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    Salman Khurshid is one of the baboons of congress. His statements are awesomely ridiculous. He tops the list of anti BJP comments as per me.
     
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    The reason these fools are on the decline is that they are still stuck in "communal secular" bullshit. The banshee wants to "discuss the spread of communalism"!!!! That's all these fellows have to offer. Talk about industry, infrastructure, investment, jobs, digitization - these fellows have no answers.

    People like the Banshee are too old and stuck-up to understand the needs of new India. What saddens me is that the Banshee's quizmaster sidekick is also not advising her appropriately.

    India needs growth, optimism, positivity, jobs, development, infrastructure, industrialization, investment - but hell will freeze over before these "secular" farts will begin talking about all these things.
     

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