Truth shakes the Empire

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    Truth shakes the Empire
    January 19, 2011 10:15:50 AM

    J Gopikrishnan

    It’s not only Bofors which is booming, but it’s the winter of Truth, much to the Congress’ discomfiture

    The New Year eve Income Tax Appellate Tribunal (ITAT) ruling on an extraordinary tax case brought the Bofors kickback once again to the public stage. And now, following the spate of reports based on the judgment of the quasi-judicial body, coupled with the leakage of the testimony to the CBI by the SPG officer who did duty for Rajiv Gandhi’s family show the unique dynamics of India. Truth does prevail, just as the legend on the national emblem states. The wheels of ‘Stya’ (truth) may move slowly indeed, but it does defy the high and mighty in power.


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    Digvijay Singh may fret and fume, but who could have dreamed of the ITAT’s coup de grace in a year which saw the unsettling of the great Indian empire of scams? Nobody cared for the ITAT as long as it proceeded with its hearings on a snail’s pace. Digvijay, whose ranting over “Hindu terror” was an

    ill-concealed attempt by his benefactors in 10 Janpath to deflect attention, revealed how frustrated he felt at the failure of his attempt to whip up the “communal” bogey to deflect attention. He literally shed bitter tears at the ‘sabotage’ — somebody had turned the knife on the Gandhi family by not only bringing forward the day of the ITAT verdict to facilitate the generation of anti-Congress opinion, but had also leaked its contents to the pesky media.

    The leaking of the testimony of Sonia Gandhi’s personal security officer Naresh Chandra Gosain clears all doubts on the close relationship between the Quattrocchi and Gandhi families. The frequent visits of the Bofors suspect to 10 Janpath between 1987 and 1993 speak much of the depth of their friendship. On top of that we have Quattrocchi’s driver Sasidharan’s statement to the CBI which covers the post-Rajiv massacre period right up to the night of the Italian businessman’s flight from India. Both testimonies were recorded by the CBI on 1997, but never came up before any court.

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    These hidden truths, kept in the deep freezer of CBI have now come out. No responses have come out from the Congress leaders on this shocking revelation directly hitting the Congress president.

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