What right does any other country have to pass judgement on an elected Indian leader

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  1. parijataka

    parijataka Senior Member Senior Member

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    Does UK, or US or any other country for that matter, have any right to pass judgement on an elected leader of the Indian republic ? I hope Narendra Modi ji will be circumspect with UK and US business interests - there are enough people interested in Gujarat than these hypocrites who have invaded peaceful countries such as Iraq and turned them into broken rubble and have the guts to lecture others. Let there be investment from countries like Japan for eg, keep UK-US at arms length. Let US-UK first show remorse for attacking weaker (mainly Muslim) countries such as Iraq and Afghanistan before lecturing others.

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    Re: What right does any other country have to pass judgement on an elected Indian lea

    They have the right to express their views, be it on our Prime Minister or even a Chief Minister of a State.

    However the quality of the article speaks for itself and the delusional self importance has still not left the British media.

    Made me laugh out. If I expand this line, then due to the international shunning, Mr.Modi should have either lost the last election or he should have been operating with a wafer thin majority.
     
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    None. UK has no business passing judgments on Modi.
     
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    This is the piece of news Gujarat Samachar,Sandesh always in search for. Btw, who cares what BRITISH MEDIA thinks, the main thing is what govt thinks. As we all know why UK, US banned Modi, christian lobby's trying hard but business always wins, doesn't matter from which religion you're.
     
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    Re: What right does any other country have to pass judgement on an elected Indian lea

    The same people said before when US denied visa for Modi. For them it means western world was also against Modi and that is why denied visa.

    Now, when UK changed it's mind, then the same people start saying western world has no business and they should not pass judgment on Modi.

    :pft:
     
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    Re: What right does any other country have to pass judgement on an elected Indian lea

    Yes they have right to judge any person and make rules for him/her within their territorial control regardless of the title that person holds. Same is the true for India.
     
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    Re: What right does any other country have to pass judgement on an elected Indian lea

    people can talk , but the real action is in ...... LOBBYING !

    NRI has pretty useful lobbyists in the usa and i believe in canada ......we should do the same in england and if possible france as well

    then they can say what like but we'll control from the inside ......that's what the zionists are doing
     
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    They live in their own world don't they, where people from across the globe are looking upto them for guidance. They just don't realise (or don't want to accept) how irrelevant they are to much of the world
     
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    Re: What right does any other country have to pass judgement on an elected Indian lea

    Britain has been caught by balls by Modi and his Govt in Gujarat.

    As it is well known truth that Brits are not doing that good and looking for further business to revive their struggling economy. British Gas has around 65% stake in a company called Gujarat Gas Ltd. They wanted to sell that and raise around 4500 Cr to 5000 Cr.
    and as per rumor or news going around in govt. circles, politics was played on behalf of gujarat govt. Series of complaint were filed competition commission of india regarding their irregularities and high rates. Cash strapped British govt wanted to sell their stake in 2011. Torrent Power and Adani Group were among the contenders to buy Gujarat Gas. Gujarat Gas is a known name in south gujarat. Providing power/Gas to Ankleshwar, Surat etc. Now the main part. Modi forced Adani and Torrent not to proceed with the process of acquisition of the GGC. And then comes state owned GSPC in picture. They purchased it on 2500 Cr. The deal was done on 4th Oct. and the news of brit govt sort of endorsing modi govt for business came around 14th Oct. So people are seeing Politics played by modi to scare brits and take note of him as a player not to mess with.

    You might see modi govt favoring some brit company in near future..But if this is true and modi has played politics this well then i m sure congress will be wiped out if BJP is sensible enough to hand him the steering for 2014 election.
     
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    UK did that because they think they should have good relations with the congress (as a party heavily secular mostly wins elections)
     
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    Re: What right does any other country have to pass judgement on an elected Indian lea

    Is the issue passing judgement, or making rules for its citizens in doing business in India? The latter is a clear legal matter to be addressed in the courts of each country making such rules. For example, the US has a law against bribing officials in any other country.
     

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