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  1. captscooby81

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    Yeh lo bhai log sunday ka mazaaa le lo.Pappu ko sab log milke chutiya banaye :rofl:

    Rahul’s own team fed his PM hopes right up to poll defeat
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    The events during the run-up to the counting revealed that either Rahul Gandhi was of an over-trusting nature or was too gullible in perceiving how smooth-talking individuals were leading him up the garden path.


    New Delhi: There has been intense speculation regarding the reasons that forced Rahul Gandhi to resign as the Congress president, the foremost being that he was misled by his own team,:crazy: and made to believe that his party was securing between 164 and 184 seats :eek1:in the recent Parliamentary elections. Based on this inaccurate information, he is understood to have contacted UPA allies such as M.K. Stalin, Akhilesh Yadav, Omar Abdullah, Sharad Pawar and Tejashwi Yadav amongst others, and offered to accommodate some of them in the next Cabinet.:hail:

    He is reported to have even obtained two letters from a senior legal eagle to enable him to stake claim to form the next government. A victory procession was also planned to celebrate the exit of the BJP, which of course did not happen, though instructions to a select few Delhi leaders were passed on to mobilise and assemble a crowd of nearly 10,000 people outside the AICC office on 24, Akbar Road. Given that the assessment of the Congress party went completely askew, resulting in a huge loss of face, Rahul had no option but to put in his papers. Currently, he is in England and is expected to be back early next week in time for both the commencement of the Parliament session as also his birthday on 19 June.

    To make matters worse, Praveen Chakravarty, who was his most trusted aide, looking after the election office and data-analysis, besides running the Shakti app, is missing from the scene. A day after the election results were announced he has been incommunicado and efforts by senior leaders to contact him have failed miserably. Incidentally, he had not even provided the Congress with the hard disc of the data he had collected, for which he is alleged to have presented a bill of Rs 24 crore.:shock: Senior leaders in the party are suspecting that Chakravarty, who played a role similar to the one played by Prashant Kishor for Narendra Modi in the 2014 Parliamentary elections, could have been a BJP mole in the Congress office.:yo:

    In fact, four of the eight persons working in the Congress president’s office have resigned. In addition to Chakravarty, Divya Spandana, who, her detractors claim, charged the party nearly Rs 8 crore,:lawl: Loot Liya isne dil and dollar (she gets hardly 25-30 lakhs per movie when she was in peak and she used to do ahem ahem with people in her Taj west end room where she is living for years even in her acting days) is also untraceable; she has also deleted her Twitter and Instagram accounts. The events during the run-up to the counting have revealed that either Rahul Gandhi was of an over-trusting nature or was too gullible in perceiving how smooth-talking individuals were leading him up the garden path. It is not only he alone, but both Sonia Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra too appeared convinced that the Congress was returning to power, raising questions whether the family was living in some sort of a la-la land.:eek1: (yeh purana kandhani pagal hai) ruled us for 10 years) feel like trashing everyone who voted congress in 2009 and 2019 also

    Informed sources stated that Chakravarty had met Rahul on 21 May, on the day of Rajiv Gandhi’s death anniversary, and had given him a list of 184 potential winners of the Congress, along with their respective constituencies and projected margins. Rahul was told that 184 was the number, but if things turned out to be slightly inadequate, it, in any case, would not be less than 164. The data was double-checked by the Congress president’s office, and Rahul asked his office to make a list of nearly “100 first-time MPs”, who he was not familiar with, since they had worked at the state level. He further instructed for a separate list of likely losers to be drafted out as well. The second list included prominent leaders such as Mallikarjun Kharge, Pawan Bansal, Harish Rawat, Ajay Maken etc., whom he wanted to be part of the next government.

    A day before the counting of votes, and buoyed by the documentation supplied by Chakravarty, Rahul and Priyanka got to work. The two started contacting potential allies and key leaders of their own party. Rahul is reported to have phoned M.K. Stalin and conveyed to him his desire to induct him in the future Cabinet as Home Minister:hail:(A Home minister who hates hindi speaking naarthies and wants dravida nadu wah madar chod.) Sharad Pawar was requested to be a part of the dispensation, since his presence would provide gravitas. Akhilesh Yadav was also offered an important berth, after being asked how many seats the Mahagathbandhan was winning in Uttar Pradesh. Akhilesh Yadav put the figure at 40-plus and asked for Congress numbers in the state, appearing amused when conveyed that the party was winning nine, which included Rae Bareli and Amethi, besides Kanpur, Unnao, Fatehpuri Sikri, etc. Tejashwi Yadav’s assessment was that the Congress could touch the five- to six-mark in Bihar, while his party would be obtaining nearly 20-plus.:crazy: Omar Abdullah was confident that the National Conference could win three, while Congress may go through in Udhampur, from where Dr Karan Singh’s son, Vikramaditya was contesting.

    At the same time, Priyanka, who had an early dinner with Rahul at a South Indian restaurant in Chanakyapuri, was doing her bit. She rang up Congress Chief Ministers and asked them to send the list of potential ministers from their respective states. It could not be ascertained if the CMs actually sent in names or were taken aback by this call.

    Two close advisers to Rahul, including a former Union Minister and his personal secretary K. Raju went to the residence of a well-known senior attorney in South Delhi to get two drafts prepared for the President of India. One draft was specific to the Congress staking claim directly and the second one was formulated to support any of the UPA allies. The two letters were delivered at the Congress president’s office.

    So certain and assured were the Gandhis of victory that a press conference on the day of counting was also planned, following which a victory march was to take place outside the Congress headquarters. Everything went off-centre when the results started pouring in.

    Sources said that the reason for Rahul and Priyanka criticising the Chief Ministers at the Congress Working Committee meeting a couple of weeks ago was because they were misled by some of them. Earlier, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot had stated that the Congress could possibly win between 14 and 16 out of 25 from his state, but the winners may not include his son. The Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister, Kamal Nath, presented his figure to around 11 to 15 out of 29. It was only Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel, who divulged the ground reality and said that the Congress would win only three or four seats. He was complimented for his modest assessment and told that the figure would be 8. AICC treasurer, Ahmed Patel, was asked for his estimation regarding Gujarat, and is understood to have conveyed to Rahul that the Congress was unlikely to win any seat from there, a matter which displeased the Congress president.

    The entire edifice of the proposed government formation was built on inaccurate evaluation, which has been a brutal blow to the Congress president. Rahul was so sure of success in both the constituencies he was contesting from—Amethi and Wayanad—that he asked Priyanka to contest from Amethi, once he vacated the seat. On her part, Priyanka has been admonishing workers, and telling UP leaders that they should “now prepare only for 2029 elections” given that they had let the party grievously down.

    According to reliable sources, Priyanka withdrew herself at the eleventh hour from a possible fight from Varanasi, thereby upsetting Rahul’s overall poll plans for UP. She and her husband, Robert Vadra, communicated to Rahul that beginning her political career with a loss in her kitty would not warrant well.:biggrin2: When Rahul insisted, she asked him to contest from the seat instead.:pound:(Inka gaand mein dum nahi hai to contest from varanasi) Earlier, Shatrughna Sinha had offered to contest from Varanasi against the Prime Minister, and had claimed that he had been assured of a Rajya Sabha berth in case he was defeated from the holy city; he was asked to return to Patna Saheb, from where he was reluctant to fight, given that it was a strong traditional BJP seat.

    It is perceptible that the Gandhis feel misled and even in some cases betrayed by people whom they banked on. Therefore, it is most unlikely that Rahul will cave in to pressure and withdraw his resignation. Now that his Prime Ministerial hopes have been dashed, Rahul seems to be adamant that he will leave leadership of the battle against Narendra Modi and BJP to someone else.

    "I humbly bow and touch the feet of those 22 crore people who voted for BJP and saved us from this lutyens lunatic la la land drama for 5 year" :hail:



    https://www.sundayguardianlive.com/news/rahuls-team-fed-pm-hopes-right-poll-defeat
     
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    sorcerer Senior Member Veteran Member Senior Member

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  3. Bhumihar

    Bhumihar Jako Rakhe Saiyan Mar Sake Na Koi Senior Member

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    There are smart Sanghis

    There are dumb Sanghis

    Then there's just Sadhvi Prajya



    She is just too flashy and a eye sore for Parliament.
    She has nothing backing her except her right wing tag, at least Yogi is a decent orator and a confident visage.
     
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    ezsasa Senior Member Veteran Member Senior Member

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    Finally it happens.
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    Kolkata's notable Muslims (many of the names are familiar to me) issue an open letter addressed to CM Mamata Banerjee. Commendable and praiseworthy effort. But is she listening?

     
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    ezsasa Senior Member Veteran Member Senior Member

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    Andhra TDP MPs jumping ship to BJP............
     
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    garg_bharat Senior Member Senior Member

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    You are a very insensitive person.

    This lady has suffered permanent injuries in jail and she has cancer.

    There is no comparison with Yogi.
     
  7. SREEKAR

    SREEKAR DEEP STATE Senior Member

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    expected....ditch tdp join bjp or keep chai n biscuits ready bcz ED ..cbi...are coming....still they dont have face or leader to match jagan.....
     
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    garg_bharat Senior Member Senior Member

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    My twitter account @GargBharatvarsh is gaining larger audience by each passing day.

    Thanks for all people on this forum.
     
  9. Sanglamorre

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    Ghanta. I'm a Kolkatan and take it from me, this all is Taqqiya.

    They are issuing a letter because they're caught between a rock and a hard place. A miss universe got molested, so it's a liberal cause. Why didn't they issue this when the doctor was attacked?

    Because it wasn't liberal enough. Half of the community wants to play good, while offering the other half further their nefarious goals.
     
  10. Daisy

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    They are defecting to protect their looted wealth. If BJP turns out to be weak during next elections , these defectors will join TDP again. Amit Shah must avoid TDP leaders. They have allegiance to their caste.
    If BJP wants to stay in AP without any alliance , raise party from scratch. Groom young leaders.
     
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    I feel CBN itself would have asked c m ramesh and Sujana Chowdary to shift to BJP to avoid any CBI issues . They both are most important Benami of CBN and with noose tightening CBN would have felt its safe for them to stay in BJP .

    Plus both are hardcore businessman and elected to RS as MP but not ground level politicians . Or is this the backend work of VP Venkaiyah to save his community members again .

    Hope BJP keeps TDS leaders away and slowly start pulling small level TDP local leaders into party
     
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    Stole my words.
    There is a reason why Amit Shah Ji kept VP Venkaiah Naidu away from Lok Sabha. I will be damned if its later .
     
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    BJP in AP is a work in progress, takes time.
     
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    prasadr14 PrasadReddy Senior Member

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    People are talking as if CBN is an evil genius and BJP leadership consists of idiots.
     
  15. Daisy

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    People have impression that TDP leaders are selfish and castecentric. People will buy BJP as TDP 2.0 .
     
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    mota bhai will make these suckrz fund foundation of bjp....nuvu guju ni chala takuva anchuna vestunvu....inc is dead in ap to save these leaches.....behave or get ed knocking ur door...
     
  17. vampyrbladez

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    Pappu planning #NotMyPM protests.

    Sonia cold to Rahul’s campaign against EVMs
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    Pankaj Vohra

    Published : June 22, 2019, 7:00 PM

    Updated : June 24, 2019, 8:27 AM

    New Delhi: Acting on a report submitted earlier in the week by Praveen Chakravarty, chairman of the Data Analytics Department of the Congress, that the 2019 Parliamentary elections had been rigged by manipulating the EVMs, Rahul Gandhi is determined on launching a country-wide non-cooperation movement against the Central government. The game plan appears to be of questioning the legitimacy of the government, besides boycotting the forthcoming Assembly elections, while simultaneously demanding paper ballots.

    His views are at variance with those of several senior leaders, who have drawn the attention of the central leadership to the grave consequences of steering clear of the polls, which could lead to the Congress space being usurped by regional parties in the states. However, Rahul seems convinced by the explanation provided by Chakravarty, who was asked to justify how his assessment regarding the poll outcome (164-184 seats) was absolutely off the mark. He believes that the only way forward was to take the BJP head-on and commence a movement for restoration of the paper ballot.

    UPA chairperson, Sonia Gandhi is sceptical of the idea and had sought the viewpoint of senior colleagues on the subject. Most of them opposed any such programme and were of the opinion that the Congress claim would further erode its credibility, raising doubts of the party’s victory last year
    in Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. Chakravarty, whose own credentials have been questioned by party leaders, has informed Rahul that the new EVMs, purchased during the past one year, had been tampered with.

    Ahmed Patel, who has all along been Sonia Gandhi’s most trusted lieutenant, has cautioned the leadership of the far-reaching repercussions. He, thereafter, was not invited to any of the crucial meetings held throughout the week, leading to speculation whether the former political adviser was on his way out or was deliberately maintaining a low profile. Patel, who is currently the Congress treasurer, was not present at the strategy session on Tuesday morning and his absence was conspicuous at other official meetings, though he left for Ahmedabad on Wednesday evening for the hearing of a case in the High Court regarding his Rajya Sabha election.

    In fact the conjecture about his future role started doing the rounds when he, unlike all senior leaders, did not take to Twitter to send greetings to Rahul Gandhi on his 49th birthday. Clearly, the all-powerful aide of Sonia Gandhi, who virtually has run the party for the major part of her long tenure, does not share a similar rapport with Rahul. However, Congress insiders refused to believe that Patel was being marginalised by the leadership, since he has always been viewed as indispensible. Sources clarified that Patel had been unwell and earlier in the month had even been hospitalised. “He will bounce back”, a senior leader stated.

    The party’s rout in the polls has resulted in Priyanka Gandhi Vadra dismissing her secretary and former IAS officer, Dheeraj Srivastava earlier in the week. Srivastava has been held accountable for the Amethi debacle, since his behaviour in the constituency was perceived to be rude and abrasive. An upset Srivastava is trying to come to terms with his plight. However, partymen in Amethi have directly accused Priyanka of being both non-cooperative and arrogant. Meanwhile, she has appointed Sandeep Singh, formerly of the All India Students Association (AISA) in JNU as her new aide.

    Sources said that the entire unit of the Congress in Rae Bareli from where Sonia Gandhi was elected has resigned after Priyanka had some days ago criticised them for not putting in their best for the success of the party. Congress activists have told local leaders that they were in no position to show up in their respective villages as residents were ridiculing them. AICC general secretary Jyotirditya Scindia has tried to intervene in order to pacify them. Party strongman Akhilesh Singh is also very perturbed with Priyanka and is understood to have met the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Yogi Adityanath. He has offered to strengthen the BJP in Rae Bareli provided his daughter was suitably accommodated in some position.

    Realising that there was a grave crisis on her hands, Sonia Gandhi has stepped in and is trying to restore some semblance in the party. The appointment of Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury as the leader of the Congress in Lok Sabha is also being interpreted as a step taken by the high command to provide an opportunity to state level functionaries, who have not been granted due recognition at the national level. Chowdhury was virtually handpicked by Sonia Gandhi for the new role, given that Rahul was reluctant to even accept this position after making up his mind to resign as the party president, taking full responsibility for the dismal showing. His name was also suggested by a very senior leader, who has also held an important Constitutional position.

    Congress leaders are also attempting to ascertain as to who had introduced Praveen Chakravarty, the controversial head of the Data Analytics Department, to Rahul. Chakravarty is understood to have been on a panel of the Niti Aayog in September 2017, a position he could not have held unless he had been close to someone in the ruling dispensation. Sources said that he was promoted by a former powerful minister of the UPA era, who came in contact with him after his name was recommended by another powerful entity in the BJP dispensation.

    What has come as a surprise for most Congress activists is, how could someone whose credentials had not been adequately scrutinised, be given a position in the Congress president’s office. Although, after the publication of The Sunday Guardianreport last week (Rahul’s own team fed his PM hopes right up to poll defeat), Chakravarty tweeted on Monday claiming that he was an integral part of the Congress. Several senior leaders observed that he was clearly a BJP mole and thereby his continuation in office had become untenable. His subsequent report on the Congress failure was misleading and could further jeopardise the party’s future.

    Rahul has resisted all efforts to review his own decision of resigning and has therefore started meeting senior leaders. He has made it amply clear that he will play no role in naming his successor but will be simply working as a Congressman and Member of Parliament. He met the Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel on Friday and earlier had an interaction with some other Chief Ministers and senior party functionaries. During one of these meetings, a former Chief Minister confronted him for sidelining state leaders. The former CM told him that reference to Congress workers could not be brought in without acknowledging the fact that they were attached to some leader or the other, who looked after their welfare. In other words, to speak about workers minus the leaders they were associated with, was both deceptive and misleading.

    The Congress leadership had earlier drawn important lessons from the recent Lok Sabha polls and had virtually taken a decision of projecting Chief Minister candidates ahead of every Assembly election. Effectively, it means that for Haryana, Jharkhand, Maharashtra and Delhi, the party would have a state level face to lead the campaign. This is in sharp contrast with the party’s policy of not projecting anyone with the noted exceptions of Captain Amarinder Singh in Punjab and Virbhadra Singh in Himachal Pradesh. In Delhi, Rahul’s preferred choice has always been the 82-year-old Sheila Dikshit, whose resignation has been demanded by many of her colleagues, given the inability of the party to win any seat from the national capital. However, if Rahul exerts pressure on the party to boycott the polls, the Congress could face the prospects of a possible split; at least one former CM is toying with the idea of floating his own regional party.

    In order to assert its authority, the high command has come down with a heavy hand in Karnataka where it has suspended seven-time MLA and former minister Roshan Baig and has dissolved the state unit. Party veterans declared that the central leadership should not act in haste, since it would end up alienating loyal Congress activists, who had been sidelined by former Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, who had come into the party fold from the Janata Dal. They accused Siddaramaiah of targeting Congress leaders who on major issues did not see eye-to-eye with him.

    In Punjab, where Navjot Singh Sidhu has pitted himself against Captain Amarinder Singh, after being relieved of some portfolios, the Congress leadership has prudently decided to wait and watch. At the moment, the overriding priority appears to be of keeping the flock together, while making changes in states where the organisation needs to be overhauled. After taking over, Rahul’s successor would have to deal with a plethora of issues.

    https://www.sundayguardianlive.com/news/sonia-cold-rahuls-campaign-evms
     
  18. vampyrbladez

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    TLDR;

    1. Pappu planning mass #NotMyPM type protests based on EVM fraud allegations.

    2. His data analysis guy Praveen Chakravarty when asked to explain his failure of saying 164 - 184 seats for INC/UPA said EVM rigging was the fault and not his data.

    3. Pappu may boycott all upcoming Assembly polls and call for paper ballots.

    4. Former CMs and senior party officials unhappy and one guy threatened to break off and start his own regional outfit.

    5. Priyanka fired her secretary for screwing up in Amethi and took on former AISA guy who was picked by Sonia as well.

    6. Senior Congis are threatening defection to the BJP and may handover Rae Bareli to Yogi in 2022. Guy in question is Akhilesh Singh who will do so in exchange for s at for his daughter.

    7. Praveen was formerly part of NITI Aayog and may have been taken by Chidambaram on recommendation of Jaitley.
     
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    Temple Gold loot by Evangelical Jagan's uncle has started. AP BJP better up its game and nip this in the bud.


    Jagan’s uncle is new Tirupati chief, will review temple gold deposits

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    June 22, 2019, 6:59 PM

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    June 22, 2019, 6:59 PM

    Hyderabad: Former MP from Ongole in Andhra Pradesh, Y.V. Subba Reddy, 59, took over as the new chairman of the world’s richest Hindu temple, Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam (TTD) trust board on Saturday evening. Subba Reddy is the maternal uncle of Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy. Subba Reddy was YSR Congress MP in the previous Lok Sabha but did not contest the recent elections.

    Though there were allegations that Subba Reddy was a Christian as per a record held by the 16th Lok Sabha website, sources close to the former MP denied this and maintained that he was, since his childhood, an ardent devotee of Lord Balaji. To prove his devotion to the Lord, Subba Reddy climbed on foot the seven hills atop Tirumala on Friday night.

    Subba Reddy’s appointment was made on Friday evening after the sitting trust board chairman, Putta Sudhakar Yadav, a Telugu Desam Party leader, submitted his resignation to the government, after he was asked to leave by state Endowments Minister V. Srinivas. Though some of the TTD members of the previous board have quit, Yadav continued till the Andhra Pradesh government sent him a notice.

    Subba Reddy was denied a ticket in the LS elections as Jagan wanted to field another strong leader from the seats, Magunta Srinivasulu Reddy, who joined the YSR
    Congress from TDP before the elections. Subba Reddy was in a sulk for some time and demanded that he be made a Rajya Sabha member, but Jagan made him TTD chairman, a coveted nominated post in Andhra politics.

    Subba Reddy was sworn in as the new chairman of TTD in a colourful ceremony by Executive Officer Anil K. Singhal, an IAS, on the temple premises of Tirumala. The ceremony was attended by a galaxy of YSR Congress leaders and some ministers. The remaining members of the trust board are expected to be appointed by next week.

    Addressing a gathering after taking charge, Subba Reddy announced that there would be a thorough review of all the gold deposits of TTD with different banks as well as the temple’s assets in various forms. TTD’s gold reserves now weigh around 10 tonnes and it has cash to the tune of around Rs 20,000 crore, besides other assets, totalling the Lord’s wealth to around Rs 1.5 lakh crore, sources said.

    Subba Reddy might set up an experts’ committee to look into the charges of irregularities in bank deposits of gold and cash. The seizure of gold worth two quintals transported by a private bank by the Election Commission before the recent elections in Tamil Nadu stirred a controversy. Reddy will also take steps to decongest the Tirumala hills.

    https://www.sundayguardianlive.com/...rupati-chief-will-review-temple-gold-deposits

    More insight on the topic of non Hindus being forcibly inserted as head of Temple Trusts and Bodies available here.

    https://www.sundayguardianlive.com/news/letting-non-hindus-run-hindu-temples-mockery-secularism
     
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    Portal behind Kapil Sibal's anti-BJP charges logs into erotic business
    A series of videos was released by a website called TNN World alleging demonetisation fraud and EVM manipulation by the BJP. Congress leaders, particularly Kapil Sibal, cited these videos to target the BJP ahead of Lok Sabha election.

    An India Today Open Source Investigation reveals that the sole director of the platform, a Romanian national called Dina Biciin, has switched the business model -- from a global news platform earlier to a sensual massage service now.

    It's named Eva's Tantric Massage in its new avatar. The service promises "intimate sensual massage promising a prolonged sexual pleasure" across London.:pound::pound::pound::rofl::rofl::rofl:


    https://www.indiatoday.in/amp/india...-logs-into-erotic-business-1557082-2019-06-27
     

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