The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by chetak » Tue Jun 22, 2021 8:30 am

is the bengal model being followed in UP, as preparations are being made for the coming UP elections


Lakhs of illegal rohìngyas being settled in UP

Thousands of forced conversion by !$! backed jihadis

These are frightening precedents for the sabotage of the forthcoming UP 2022 elections.

UP CM Yogi Adityanath has ordered action under NSA, gangster act in the conversion case, the UP cops have claimed that over 1000 people have been converted till now.

The accused have been identified as Mufti Qazi Jahangir Qasmi and Mohammad Umar
via@Newsbox_India

UP CM @myogiadityanath directs state police to invoke National Security Act (NSA) in probe invl charges of mass religious conversion against two men arrestd frm Batla House on Mon

Charges
1.Conversion of gullible students at sec 117 Deaf society Noida
2.Girls, job hopefuls pic.twitter.com/RtjTLe5B2k
via@rohanduaT02, June 22, 2021

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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by Muns » Mon Jun 28, 2021 1:14 am

Been a busy week and was watching Vice news last night. Couple of Indian Americans commenting yet again on how India under Modi is guilty of criminal neglect for not addressing the crisis during the second wave.
Have just been looking to some of the stats on the below sites. What I think NDA did under Modi to manage the second wave is truly remarkable. I also think that it is really remarkable that the statistics have been as accurate including test positivity rate and new cases. Of course, there is going to be some degree of underreporting, but the numbers are really astonishing.

Just to try and keep things in perspective. During the middle of March is the pandemic are starting to take off, approximately 1% of the population at that time or 37 million people at least one dose the vaccine.

Fast forward to now and we’re looking at 320 million people or at least 18 to 20% have at least one dose of the vaccine.
The top two states have always been Maharashtra and Kerala where the NDA had little influence with regard to vaccination rates.
From a peak of over 400,000 cases a day, we are now back down to approximately 48,000 cases a day. Unfortunately, we all know people that passed during the second wave, but it really should be seen as an accomplishment to bring down such as surge all across India.

None of the statistics are really commented on. International news agencies continue to feed on the death crisis approximately a month ago and still trying to blame it on Modi’s trips to West Bengal and allowing the Kumbh to continue.

The statistics really show otherwise. Out of the top 5 states where the virus really surged out of control being Maharashtra, Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh, it is only Karnataka where the BJP holds government.

UP as run by Yogi, was another remarkable achievement in bringing down the case positivity rate immediately. All of these facts I believe should be regularly highlighted.

https://www.bing.com/covid/local/india?vert=graph

I have taken vaccine, so has my mother; don’t believe rumours: PM Modi

https://indianexpress.com/article/india ... h-7377963/

Modi also highlighted the union government’s efforts to ramp up the vaccination drive. He hailed the administering of over 86 lakh doses in a single day on June 21, the first day of the new phase of vaccination in which the Centre is procuring 75 per cent of vaccine stocks for distribution to states.

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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by chetak » Tue Jun 29, 2021 2:08 pm

how long do you think that this guy manish maheshwari, is going to last, the way things are going.

how do you think that his family is holding up.

how much longer will some court will continue to stay the orders.

would this lesson have been possible if twitter had been banned by the GoI

do you think that google, facebook, instagram and the US embassy in dilli are not watching with dismay, all this sordid drama play out in the public domain, due to the bad publicity being generated for the ameriki big data companies

jack on crack has quite needlessly, brought down all this fire and brimstone upon himself, by defying the Indian govt. He has gained zilch in the process. twitter, and the others, are getting their arses kicked in many countries.

why are his employees in India being forced to pay the price while he is very comfortable, sitting far away in the communist paradise of california

what happens if some crazies gather outside the twitter India offices, demonstrate, and maybe, just maybe, set alight a car or two or three or pelt stones and break windows

just like the much vaunted black ameriki lives matter, equally, our own brown Indian lives also matter, right




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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by chetak » Wed Jun 30, 2021 12:51 pm

This is your chance

Date extended till 15th July


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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by Kumar » Wed Jun 30, 2021 2:54 pm

Lost all the hope with BJP government. See the members of text book committee

https://twitter.com/Kavita_M57/status/1 ... 4585841673

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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by chetak » Sun Jul 04, 2021 4:29 pm

Don't evict "PDP leaders" from govt accommodations and provide them security: mehbooba mufti writes letter to the LG UT j&k

chit bhi meri, pat bhi meri.

these "leaders" who don't hold any elected position are demanding security at tax papers expense.

Why doesn't mehbooba "talk" to the pakis

Mufti seeks J&K LG’s intervention against eviction of PDP leaders from govt quarters


Mufti seeks J&K LG’s intervention against eviction of PDP leaders from govt quarters


The former J&K CM said her party's leaders are being forcefully targeted, and that she'll hold Lt Governor Manoj Sinha accountable if anything untoward happens to them.

4 July, 2021

Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) president Mehbooba Mufti on Sunday sought the intervention of Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha against the alleged forcible eviction of her party leaders, including former legislators, from their government quarters.

Mehbooba alleged that the administration is selectively targeting PDP leaders and made them vacate their official residences in Srinagar without providing any alternate accommodation.

The former chief minister warned that she would hold the Lt Governor administration responsible if anything untoward happens with them.

I am deeply concerned by the manner in which the administration is selectively targeting PDP leaders and ex-MLAs. At a time when militancy is on the rise yet again, they have been made to vacate their official residences in Srinagar without providing any alternate accommodation, Mehbooba said in a letter addressed to Sinha.

She said what makes matters worse is that even after the repeated requests of the party leaders to grant them security in villages where they originally reside, these requests have been declined .

The state administration has cited the presence of militants for their refusal to provide security. But the same administration has no qualms in evicting them from secure government accommodations in Srinagar and deliberately putting them in harm’s way, the PDP chief said in her communication.

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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by crams » Mon Jul 05, 2021 3:17 pm

MunsJi et. al, what is happening in Maharashtra? There seems to be some behind-the-scenes talks between Shiv Sena and BJP. I know its easy to pontificate sitting far away, but I will be very disappointed to see BJP suck up to those Shiv Sena louts. But then again, given how crucial Maharashtra is to ModiJi/BJP regaining power in 2024, I understand why they need to make a pact with the devil.

I mean I was hoping that SS will crumble by now for the grand betrayal of their leader Udhav Thackeray by tying up with Pappu, but that did not happen. And given the rock solid support SS has in certain quarters of Maharashtra, I guess BJP had to blink in the war of attrition. Between handing over Maharashtra and entire country to Pappu and opposition creeps, and BJP having to compromise on its core principles, I guess realigning with SS to regain power was the lesser of the 2 evils.

On another note, Pappu & Co have rekindled Rafale once again after the French started some investigation into Dassault. The pathetic joke that India's opposition and Lutyen elite have become is to see their reaction. Yesterday, but senile dimwit Yashwant Sinha and N. Ram were brazen in declaring that neither India's supreme court's decision that an investigation into the deal is not warranted, nor is the clean chit given CAG committee because their are 'tainted' by ModiJi. But some pipsqueak judge deciding to investigate Dassualt is 'proof' that ModiJi is corrupt.

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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by Muns » Mon Jul 05, 2021 10:00 pm

Hi CRamS, haven’t really looked into the new Bonhomie between the Shiv Sena and the BJP. Not really sure if they can be a lot of reconciliation to be honest. They may be looking at 2024 but my view is that over the last few years the Shiv Sena has taken some really hard blows.
Primarily I feel that the biggest damage has come to the Shiv Sena who was once seen as the leader for Hindu nationalism has completely seeded that role to the BJP and Modi/Shah. They are really the new Bal Thackerays, and probably makes a voter think about what the Shiv Sena is really trying to achieve state wise and even nationally.

Not only that, but the Sena is also really struggled in the eyes I feel of lot of voters recently with its corruption scandals including the almost mafian ring involving Anil Deshmukh. Couple together with its pathetic record in handling Covid as well as allying with the Devil congress.
In my view it is the Sena meeting with the BJP to try and understand it’s coming role in future elections where the BJP will no doubt feeling larger numbers of Maratha candidates.

With regard to the Rafale issue, it only seems to come about when elections are close by. It’s going to be the standard tested and tried method with regard to showing the BJP govt as Facist, corrupted and incompetent. This standard regimen will involve both local as well as international media houses. There is as we know from much greater game at play who seeks to reinstall the Vatican head at the pinnacle of India’s elected government.

Was taking a looking at this Stan Swamy guy. Here is a Jesuit priest from Tamil Nadu and in classic missionary style sought out the Adivasis, in Jharkand before converting them and allowing them easy access towards the rank-and-file of multiple Maoist agencies. How many Indians have died because of this Maoist menace. This is why conversion is such a big deal in India. It is completely because the convert looks upon his prior religion with disdain enabling him to perform terror attacks on his previous community. It’s not conversion, but manipulative psychological brainwashing.

It seems the NIA caught him with loads of Maoist propaganda. Today it seems that he died in custody and the usual stalwarts are out to decry the "fascist, Hindutva govt" both local and worldwide. It also seems to follow the same story of bull*&^% Christian propaganda of religious persecution. This is splashed worldwide across Christian missionary agencies.

Was reading about the Elgar Parishad case as well. Basically, the usual suspects including Umar Khalid all gathering together to decry “Brahmanism” against the poor Dalits.
I wish we had an answer to this Abrahamic conversion zeal… It has plagued us for so long. I hope that we can all show the dark side of such conversion and zeal and I hope that the NIA will release some of the information it has gleaned on Stan Swamy among others.

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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by Muns » Mon Jul 05, 2021 10:11 pm

Just bought this, may post on it later,

Breaking India.

https://www.amazon.com/Breaking-India-M ... 8191067374

Also,

https://cisindus.org/

Looks very interesting, may take that Breaking India course above.

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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by Muns » Wed Jul 07, 2021 6:03 am

India PM Narendra Modi named 'predator of press freedom' - BBC News

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jm05y2PVn8k

What a joke with regard to journalism the BBC has become. I actually grew up watching BBC and used to think to myself what astonishing reporting. This would be especially true of some of the documentaries, but more and more, what we are seeing is the blatant disregard for any kind of authenticity.

I’m not sure what kind of standard the BBC sets anymore. Just take a look at the headline.
They report that the RSF (reporters sans frontier) has just called Narendra Modi “a predator of Free Press in India”
To support this view, they managed to grab to their channel Rana Ayyub, well known Salafi who has been caught umpteen number of times with false accusations.

A quick search through the financials of reporters sans frontier, shows that their donations are pretty much hidden. Another quick Google search shows that many have frequently commented on the funding for reporters sans frontiers as mainly coming from European countries themselves.
Therein shows its well-known bias of placing European countries at the top of the list, and shoving far down the list whoever it disapproves of.
It would be fascinating to find out which European countries are funding reporters sans frontiers. What is even more amazing is that the BBC takes this account as a holy gospel.

A quick look at England though and you come across the name of Tommy Robinson who was jailed in the UK for simply filming the Huddersfield grooming gang rape trial. This is where 20 men of Pakistani origin were raping young girls in UK. What happened to press freedom here? He’s not even reported on reporters sans frontiers.

Whatever it is, it does show the nexus that exists between state governments and their own puppet media companies simply to bolster their own reputations. It’s time India starts similar organizations of its own.

The Reporters Without Borders Press Freedom Index: Independent Assessment or EU Propaganda? (Part I)

https://www.worldpoliticsreview.com/art ... nda-part-i

https://rsf.org/en/financial-transparency :shock: :roll: :roll:


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reporters_Without_Borders

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tommy_Robinson_(activist)

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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by Aditya » Tue Jul 20, 2021 5:13 am

When it was Kumbh media told this as a corona spread festival. even this guy Pinrayi Vijayan has raised so many questions to Hindu Dharma. on the another hand Supreme Court asked to cancel KAvar yatra. Kerla is witnessing a large number of cases on daily bases. This guy has given full freedom on EID just to make happy his vote bank. Supreme Court asked him after PIL has been raised.

"The Kerala government filed reply late night before the SC, justified the relaxation given in the #COVID lockdown restrictions to provide succor to the traders who were expecting that #Bakrid sales will alleviate their misery to a certain extent."

see the kind of justification given by Government.

https://twitter.com/DostKhan_Jammu/stat ... 98496?s=20

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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by Muns » Thu Jul 29, 2021 6:40 am

Been some interesting times in India especially in UP.  I continue to marvel at how Yogi has managed to really control the cases in his state. Have to think that UP has almost the same population as Pakistan. Yet he managed to control the case positivity rate much lower than anywhere else in India during the surge. Largely responsible for flattening the curve in UP.  There's been a lot of talk recently again in trying to push the almost defunct pegasus scenario. Not really sure how many In India really buying this however.

 Can only hope that he continues to keep the case positivity rate as low as he has had previously. Another good thing to see that Modi and Shah have have looked towards replacing replacing BS Yeddyurappa in Karnataka.  He was noted to view over age and also his sons had multiple corruption cases against them. 

His overall handling of the covid crisis and India was also not going to be quite poor. Karnataka also surged in case numbers as well as positivity rate and was difficult to control. The flood situation also did not make things much worse for him.

Overall transition of power was noted to be quite painless.
Prashant Kishore continues to be a thorn in the side however. If news is to believed, the campaign for UP 2022 and national 2024 is well on the way. Need to understand what his baseline strategy has been. Has had some fair success over the last couple of years...


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