Sedition Case booked against Geelani, Arundhati Roy

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  1. maomao

    maomao Veteran Hunter of Maleecha Senior Member

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    Treacherous Activities in JNU

    JNU-ites invited Geelani in Delhi for a seminar named "Azadi" (Kashmir ki Azadi from India), where these leftists with an agenda to Justify Bloodthirsty Maoism, tried to legitimize their illegitimate power struggle, through collective effort and alliance with other anti-national elements, invited a member from Babbar Khalsa, a Senior Maoist Leader and other hard-core terror sympathizers and bosses in Delhi to push forward for secession of Kashmir from India and eventually handing it over to Pakistan on a silver platter.

    Hypocrite leftists and neo-arm-chair liberals living in Plush localities of Delhi, studying on subsidies provided form Taxes payed by hard working Indians are back to their age old tactics to support all separatist movements in India to legitimize their power hunger and love for chaos, this time openly in Delhi.

    These type of meetings and congregations by brainwashed leftist college professors with their prodigies are always conducted under the nose of the central govt.; but the govt. is currently busy counting money earned from CWG and other corrupt endeavors, perhaps scheming strategies to take political revenge on Rivals.

    I asked myself after watching Geelani getting up (on TV) to address the "Azadi" meet in Delhi by congregation of terrorists, leftists, anti-nationals and Criminals; that how can this be possible, all the thugs have been invited on a single platform and above all in the national capital of India. Isn't there a single self-proclaimed Elite/Modern/Convent-educated Delhite, who can even murmur a single word against this "Axis of Evil", I wondered?

    And Suddenly, to my respite and honor, I saw a "Sikh" with a chappal in his hand ready to launch his missile at mullah Gellani and other terror masters, and behind him were hundreds of Kashmiri Pandits and other nationalist activists protesting in utter disgust at the festivities of "Kashmir to be Given Azadi" celebrated by fellow Indians belonging to different leftist parties and terror organizations. The protest was so intense and event so vehemently opposed that Geelani had to be escorted out by other separatist leaders present there, to the utter shame of leftists who could just shout, threaten and simply watch their "Castle of Treacherous Cards Fall".

    Furthermore, this report after getting flashed is being blacked out deliberately.

    Here are some links:

    http://news.oneindia.in/2010/10/21/kashmiri-pandits-hurl-shoe-at-geelani.html

    http://ibnlive.in.com/news/geelani-gets-heckled-in-delhi-seminar/133474-3.html?from=tn

    http://indiatoday.intoday.in/site/S...ADLINES/geelani-heckled-at-delhi-seminar.html

    Here Geelani can be seen with his Maoist Comrade:
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  3. JBH22

    JBH22 Senior Member Senior Member

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    Inconveniences of living in a democracy these kutte should be gunned down but seriously what a shitty combo leftist scum allying with extremist muslim hahaha but whatever if any leader in this country considers giving out kashmir that very day he/she will be signing his death warrant...
     
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    You can almost see the smug confidence on geelani's face that India's capital will not produce anything more lethal than a worn out chappal callously misdirected at this merchant of terror.One must wonder about the audience geelani was addressing,at JNU the terrorist leader must have felt like preaching to the converted
     
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    Clappings for those guys who showed aukat to that A****** Gilani. We need more protests against leftists and those Anti Indian politicians.
     
  6. maomao

    maomao Veteran Hunter of Maleecha Senior Member

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    This Congregation had assembled at LTG Auditorium to device strategy to divide country into pieces, and our dear Congress as usual asleep or busy with their Tuesday Evening Cocktails discussing how great British era was.
     
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    maomao Veteran Hunter of Maleecha Senior Member

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    Geelani in Delhi to declare Azadi and leftists terrorists, professors, and breindead students from JNU to revel with Joy, BUT scene in Kashmir was different and Look what our Soldiers were doing for our nation, Shame on Leftists traitors:

     
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    Geelani and Company was Heckled in Kashmir If I am not Mistaken! Kashmiri Youth are turning against him and he is feeling the heat, hence time for new Gimmicks! The Leftists are crazy, no need to pay any heed to them! Who votes for them now a days? :p I mean, come the next elections they are out!
     
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    Govt. Sleeps and Leftists Run a Vicious Azadi Campaign in Delhi

    On 29 Sept. 2010, an NGO called the Women’s Initiative for Peace in South Asia (WIPSA), organised a dialogue titled, Sisters for Peace: Voices from Kashmir, at the UN Conference Hall at Lodi Road, in collaboration with the National Foundation for India and UN Information Centre.

    When some nationalists arrived at the venue on learning of the event, we found to our dismay that not a single Hindu, Sikh, Buddhist, or Shia or Tribal Muslim sister or brother had been invited. The Dialogue was essentially a stage for fundamentalist Sunni Muslim women of the Kashmir Valley to air venomously anti-India views and demand secession from India in the name of Syed Ali Shah Geelani. It is a scandal that the venue was the official premises of the UN Information Centre, an international platform in the national capital.

    The organisers included Planning Commission member Dr Syeda Hameed, who enjoys Minister of State rank in the Government of India; former National Women’s Commission chairperson Dr Mohini Giri, wife of late President V.V. Giri; former MP Subhasini Ali, the principal of a Delhi University college (a government employee); a number of leftist activists and journalists.

    This raises serious questions about dual employment and loyalties – persons with employment and status in one arena (often Government) are misusing that status to undermine the foundations of the Indian state, that too, in concert with foreign agencies.

    The United Nations has played a dubious, anti-India role in the Kashmir crisis from the beginning. We need only recall the role of Sir Owen Dixon and Josef Korbel, and never forget that the Western agenda of an independent Kashmir is very much alive and kicking. The seminar was clearly a build up to the arrival of American President Barack Obama in Delhi next month; on 5 Sept. some American Embassy officials visited the Valley.

    Unfortunately, a section of the Indian government seems to have facilitated this seminar, otherwise United Nations would not dare operate in a manner so contrary to its Charter, and injurious to the interests of the host country. Union Home Secretary G.K. Pillai was asked to come at the end to receive the recommendations of the seminar, and no one in the UN staff in Delhi warned him that secessionist slogans were made throughout the day and it would be advisable for him to stay away.

    The bias of the organisers was visible throughout. A young man, Sajjad of Kargil, Ladakh, sitting in the back row with us, stood up to intervene in the debate. He said, “it is only the Valley that wants azadi, and even these groups are divided. We are being hit, tourist buses are being attacked and sent back, and we are the losers. We do not want azadi. We have no identity till today, we are not recognised, even the peace delegation (led by Chidambaram) never came here.” The organisers immediately asked to him to stop, and when he tried to persist with his views, was rudely told to ‘shut up.’

    Then, a doctor from the Kashmiri Pandit community, who had fled after the brutalization of the community in 1990, stood up and said, “we are 4 lakh refugees today from the 1990 mass exodus. Only one side of story is told. There was the 1997 massacre of Sangrampura, then Nandimarg, then Chittisingpora… The whole conflict is about erasing the Indian identity and pluralism; recently ultimatum was also given to the Sikh community. The core issue is the Indian identity of Kashmir. Pandits are stakeholders, but only 2500 are left in valley. So are Ladakh Buddhists, Sikhs, Jammu widows. We want political rehabilitation of minorities. A nurse keeping tabs on the militants in the valley, Sarla Bhatt, was divided into two pieces…” [This was too much for the organisers and he was sharply silenced].

    Not one of the organisers/panelists had the moral or intellectual integrity to ask how the situation in the Valley deteriorated to the point that a small community of Hindus was raped, killed, brutalized and terrorized and made to flee in the biting winter of January 1990? Or question the subsequent massacres of Hindus. Yet they had the audacity – or monetary compensation – to say that Hindus (and Hindus only) must stop the litany of injustices and break out of victimhood. Such dishonesty raises questions about why UN allowed this meeting on its premises. Government of India must insist on an enquiry and removal of all involved in this decision.

    The day belonged to the Kashmiri Muslim women and their quest for Azadi. Anjum Zamarud Habib of the Geelani Hurriyat faction made a sharp political speech about self-determination. “Boys with stones in hand can never be defeated. I tell you, they can never be defeated,” she screeched. Asked to wrap up, she said, ‘I will not speak at all if you stop me.’ They were cowed down and never stopped another Muslim speaker that day. Habib continued, ‘The youth daily carry coffins on their shoulders; the women are dishonoured, the men are alive to take revenge – that is the reality.’

    A young Muslim woman with a black scarf said, “Hamara buniyadi haq hai azadi…” She was allowed to show a film clip showing some scenes of violence allegedly by security forces, and a picture of Geelani. She raised shrill slogans about dismembering India, against which Mrs Nancy Kaul, a Pandit activist, protested strongly. At this, Ms Syeda Hameed and Mohini Giri rushed from across the hall and physically silenced Mrs Kaul and made her sit down. The young woman continued to shout for some time.

    When the commotion ended, I took the mike and raised a point of order: “The seminar cannot continue without a clarification. We were told this is not a political forum, yet slogans and demands for secession from the Indian nation have been raised openly in the presence of a sitting member of the Planning Commission and a former chairperson of the National Women’s Commission. So you two please clarify your stand on this.” Startled, Dr Syeda Hameed clammed up and Dr Mohini Giri pleaded, ‘my daughter, she has a right to speak, let us listen to all.” A rabid woman journalist added, “everyone speaks like this in Srinagar and the streets of Kashmir.”

    Then, Quratulain, a teacher in a government college in Srinagar, Hameeda Nayeem of Kashmir, and another gentleman, made similar hate speeches against India. When the recommendations were finalised, Subhasini Ali said we must demand 50% women among the interlocutors on Kashmir being appointed by the Home Ministry. It is our considered opinion that none of the women present at this seminar should be included.

    http://www.vijayvaani.com/FrmPublicDisplayArticle.aspx?id=1447
     
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    Geelani heckled by pro-India protesters


    New Delhi: A shoe was thrown at hardline Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani at a function where Kashmiri separatists as well as Naxal and Khalistan sympathisers came together today under one platform to air their grievances.

    Geelani was here to take part in a seminar ‘Azadi the Only Way’, that is said to have been organised by pro-azadi student groups in the national capital at the LTG auditorium.

    As per reports, as a prelude to Geelani’s speech, pro-azadi students raised pro-separatists slogans, which led to the Pandits also raising anti-Geelani and pro-India slogans.



    Though Geelani was yet to speak, the protesters numbering around 70 shouted slogans asking him to leave.

    Amid the pandemonium, someone threw a shoe towards Geelani on the dais but it missed him. There was complete chaos in the auditorium before the police rushed in and moved the Pandits out of the premises.

    The protestors, shouting slogans like 'Bharat Mata Ki Jai' and 'Vande Mataram', created ruckus at the convention on 'Azaadi -- The Only Way' which was being attended by a number of sympathisers of Kashmiri separatists and Naxals.

    A human chain was immediately thrown around him on the dais by the security personnel and organisers to protect the leaders on the dais.

    The Pandits are said to be members of the Panun Kashmir Movement (PVM) which is a movement fighting for the political rights of Kashmiri Pandits, in their birth land.

    Protesters were literally dragged out and the situation had become tense.

    At the time of the protest, S A R Geelani, a lecturer who was accused in the Parliament attack case but later set free, was speaking on the topic.

    Geelani, however, remained calm and smiled occasionally.

    Once the protestors were taken away, things were normal for a while.

    Some of the protestors, who had managed to stay behind, again started shouting as known Naxal sympathiser Vara Vara Rao said people fighting for rights in central India, in an apparent reference to Maoists, are bound in solidarity with stone-pelting Kashmiri youngsters.

    The situation became tense when noted author Arundati Roy began her speech.

    Roy called India a "very hollow super-power" since 830 million people live on less than Rs 20 here.

    She compared the protests in the Kashmir to the Naxals operating in central India and to even the 'Narmada Bachao Andolan'. Roy said people everywhere are fighting for their rights.

    "Bows and arrows in adivasi's hand and stones in the hands of the Kashmiri youngsters are essential but we need more," she said.

    Roy said everyone needs to come together and have a feeling of oneness.

    "We should not feel that I should get my rights and it is ok if the person next to me does not get his or her right."

    Roy's initial comments about Kashmiri Pandits led to a hue and cry as about 10-odd protestors tried to shout her down.

    Things finally settled after CRPF personnel, who were called in after the first round of protests, along with Delhi Police took them out, a move which was greeted by a thunderous applause from those present.

    Other speakers included those who spoke in favour of Khalistan and on the problems in the North-East.

    One of the speakers even said that though "we have lost the battle, our dream of a Khalistan still remains".

    -PTI

    http://www.zeenews.com/news662745.html
     
  11. The Messiah

    The Messiah Bow Before Me! Elite Member

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    Arundati Roy is not a leftist! She's a deluded fool.

    And so are the others who share the same views.
     
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    Why is GoI allowing such separatist voices to gather together and participate in treasonous activities. This dhimmi Congress government is never going to learn lessons on how to rule a country.
     
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    Unfortunately in a democracy they can do these things.
     
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    Arundhati promotes secession


    October 22, 2010 2:19:10 AM

    Deepak K Jha | New Delhi

    Says ‘Kashmir should get Azadi from bhookhe-nange Hindustan’:angry_10:

    Kashmir should get Azadi from bhookhe-nange Hindustan,” said Arundhati Roy at a seminar where the Maoists hosted Kashmir secessionist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani, which witnessed large scale protests by Kashmiri Pandits. A large number of protesters were detained at the behest of Parliament House attack accused SAR Gilani, who moderated the seminar promoting secession in the heart of the national Capital on Thursday.

    The seminar was disrupted many a time when author-activist Arundhati Roy, a known Maoist sympathiser, openly preached secession while expressing her views and urging the audience comprising Kashmiri youth, students from AMU and also from DU to stand up and fight for the cause of a separate Kashmir and to get a fair play in the name of “Idea of Justice”.

    “India needs Azadi from Kashmir and Kashmir from India. It is a good debate that has started. We must deepen this conversation and am happy that young people are getting involved for this cause which is their future. Indian Government is a hollow super power and I disassociate with it,” Roy said amid great applause from separatists. “Earlier we used to talk about our head held high and now we lay prostrate to the US,” she added. Referring to one of her earlier writings, Roy mentioned that Kashmiris have to decide whether they want to be with or get separated from “bhookhe-nange Hindustan where more than 830 million people live on Rs 20 per day only”.

    Espousing the separatist cause, Roy also said that in the early 90s India opened two gates - one for the Babri Masjid issue and the other for the economy. “We ushered in two kinds of totalitarianism. One the Hindu totalitarians and the other economic totalitarian,” she said.

    The convention on ‘Azadi — The Only Way’ organised by Committee for the Release of Political Prisoners (CRPP), was being attended by a number of sympathisers of Kashmiri separatists and Naxalites. The moment Geelani arrived to speak, the protesters numbering around 70 shouted slogans asking him to leave along with those demanding separate Kashmir. Amid pandemonium inside the LTG Auditorium, the protesters shouted slogans like ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’ and ‘Vande Mataram’ several times when various speakers expressed their views and opinions driving towards a separate Kashmir.

    At least 50 of the protesters, including those from Roots to Kashmir and Panun Kashmir were detained by the police and released late in the evening. At the time of the protest, SAR Geelani, a lecturer in Delhi University who was accused in the Parliament attack case but later set free, was speaking on the topic. Besides Geelani, other participants in the seminar included writer and activist Arundhati Roy, senior journalist Najeeb Mubaraki, Telangana activist Varvara Rao, president of the CRPP Gursharan Singh (represented by his daughter due to Singh’s ill health), media critic Shuddabrata Sengupta, and separatists from Manipur and Nagaland in the six-hour-long programme.

    “This is atrocious. It is happening right in the Capital of the country when a few people are talking to break the secular ethos of the country. We stand for united India. I do not know why the country’s administration is pampering them in the name of Islam. Kashmir belongs to all, including the Kashmiri Pandits and we will do all to safeguard that interest,” said Aditya Raj Kaul, one of the protesters who led a group of young students and professionals condemning the seminar called and moderated by Gilani and a group of Naxal sympathisers.

    Emotions erupted and tempers ran high amid a group of Kashmiri Pandits there to listen to the opinion when Roy said that: “I am also aware of the stories about Kashmiri Pandits. I must tell you that Panun Kashmir is a false group”. Taken aback by this statement, 65-year-old Nancy Kaul stood up and questioned the sanctity of Roy’s statement. Kaul was joined by a few others echoing the sentiments of Kashmiri Pandits and other displaced persons from Jammu and Kashmir. Nancy was also attacked by a young person, probably from the north-east who also misbehaved with her and threw the paper material Kaul was carrying with her. “Jis thali mein kha rahey hain usi thali eein ched kar rahey hain yain yes log,” Kaul and others shouted pointing towards Roy and other speakers. The police had to be called again to pacify the small group of protesters and a large group of members advocating Azadi.

    While urging Kashmiris to boycott interlocutors, Syed Ali Shah Geelani rejected the eight-point agenda rolled out by the Centre for defusing crisis in the Valley. Though saying that the people of Kashmir are not against any dialogue, the Hurriyat leader said the talks should be on the core issue and Pakistan should also be involved in the discussions. “The dialogue should not be bilateral. India, Pakistan and representatives of people of Jammu and Kashmir should sit together with the reference of sacrifices made by Kashmiris during the last 63 years. Indian Government has to accept our five-point agenda, then only we will initiate talks with interlocutors, otherwise I ask Kashmiris to boycott them,” said the separatist leader.

    The hardline leader added that since 1947, 150 such dialogues have been held but without any result, we will not participate in any discussions until our five-point agenda is accepted by India. “Our five points are -- first Indian security forces should be withdrawn from J&K under UN supervision. Political prisoners be released, cases should be registered against the killers of 111 innocent people, who had been killed during the last four months. Remember, we are not against Indian or India, we want the rights to self-determination,” said Geelani.

    SAR Geelani, who moderated the session, said the demand of Kashmir Azadi not only meant the Kashmir Valley but the entire Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh, Muzzafarabad, Baltistan and Mirpur.

    {uncle agenda!}

    Dal Khalsa leader Kanwar Pal Singh used the occasion to criticise the Government, including Prime Minister Manmohan whom he labeled is anti-Sikh. He also took the opportunity to criticise the Indian judiciary and the audience yelled “Shame Shame India, Shame Shame Courts Here”. “The Supreme Court and High Courts are for the bahu-betis only. What a ridiculous judgement was given by the Supreme Court regarding the Parliament attack case and observations made on Afzal Guru. The recent Ayodhya case is a stupid judgement in which facts were not taken into account but only faith ka khaas khayal rakha gaya.”

    The Naga and Manipuri leaders said that like Manipur and Nagaland, Kashmir was also never part of India. “To be a part during freedom struggle does not mean that we express solidarity to be united with India. We also need freedom as we were free before 1947. What is the problem to India when we say we want freedom,” said a speaker from Naga People’s Movement for Human Rights and Justice.
     
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    BJP slams Govt for letting separatists hold anti-India meet in Delhi

    Taking serious exception to the demand for secession of Kashmir made at a seminar here, BJP on Friday accused the Centre of looking the other way while "unacceptable" views were aired in the name of freedom of speech. "What happened in Delhi yesterday when a group of separatists got together to
    hold a seminar to promote sedition under the nose of the government has stunned the nation. In a democracy, the right to secede cannot be accepted in the garb of right to free speech," Arun Jaitley, leader of opposition in Rajya Sabha, said.

    The BJP leader said the right to free speech enshrined in the Constitution cannot be used against the country.

    Criticising the government for not taking any preventive measures or punishing the guilty, he said, "There are two responsibilities and obligations of the state -- to prevent such events and to punish the offenders. The government exercised the option of looking the otherway which is not available to it."

    Hardline Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani and Kashmiri separatists as well as Naxal and Khalistan sympathisers came together on Thursday under one platform to demand independence for Kashmir at a seminar 'Azadi--The Only Way'.
     
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    why Indian govt dont take action against Arundati Roy,
     
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    this is not democracy .......this is democrazy and that pro****** arundaty roy .great going upa.
     
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    Freedom of speech. same freedom that we are enjoying to use nicest of word against her.
     
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    there is a limit for freedom of speech , please tell me which constitution allow you to talk against sovereignty of the state itself.
    the name of the conference was azadi what it mean?
     
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    I am also against that. Definitely it should not have been allowed in Delhi.
     
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    India is the only democracy that allows seditious speeches and activities.

    Technically, it does not allow since there is a law against sedition, but govts in India (no matter the political hue) are afraid to act.

    There can be freedom of speech, but there should not be freedom of licence.

    "when liberty becomes license dictatorship is near"- Will Durant.

    Licence is but excessive freedom and lack of due restraint.
     
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