Congress an Company is screaming that Modi killed democracy by Scrapping Article 370 without taking permission of Kashmiris.
(Please first have a close look at featured image reflecting Nehru’s persona and rule of law)
I want to ask Congress Party and its allies few straight questions:
1. Did you ask Indians and take their permission when you made Nehru the first PM of India?
2. Did you ask Indians before Partition of India and take their permission?
3. Did you ask my forefathers about secular India after millions of Hindus got killed in Partition and were thrown out from Pakistan?
4. Did you ask them before you gave special status to Kashmir?
Every 14th November is celebrated as Children’s day in India. It is birth day of late Prime Minister Jawahar Lal Nehru. The best part is that there is no study in schools. This certainly is a fun for children. Why and how the late Prime Minister Jawahar Lal Nehru came to become chacha Nehru is not clear but does not matter. It is however said that he used to emphasize the need to protect children and raise them as future of country. The family of chacha Nehru has taken it most seriously and every child in their family is treated as rightful future Prime Minister of the country. Better still, nobody ever had to work for living.
I was however wondering if there is an after life and I could find a way to send an email by hacking into network of afterlife, what would I write to great grand dad of this generation?
Here is my effort: Continue reading
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, a Gujarati by birth place, Bania or trader by birth caste, lawyer by education, an unparalleled mass appeal leader by occupation, global enigma as a philosopher and failure as a politician. This is how the Gandhi would be summed up today his birthday in 2013 and a national holiday.
Gandhi was assassinated by a fire arm. A violent death for an ardent propounder of Non-violence.
For every person of Punjabi descent, Gandhi is a person who betrayed Punjab. It is told to me by my parents and grand-parents that in Public Speeches made in East Punjab (Now Pakistan), Gandhi would proclaim that:
“there is no question of partition of the country and if it happens it would be on my dead body.”
As things turned out, Gandhi, was no politician and his own progeny Nehru edged him out of stage and accepted partition of the country on religious lines without any inkling what to speak of vision about the fate of people and the possible exodus. The decision cost Millions to suffer ranging from poverty due to sudden forced migration to rape to death. Women raped and children murdered in cold blood. Continue reading