Sub : Charecterless Bharatiya politicians PUSH THIS COUNTRY DOWN : -
Ref : HOT Media Reports :
1. Remove modi for India-Pak talks move forward - Mani Sankar Aiyar to Pak TV channel : -
2. Salman Khurshid bats for Pakistan : -
3. Rahul Gandhi Declared Himself British, Alleges BJP Leader Subramanian Swamy :-
Respected family members of this great holy Nation.
MANI SANKAR AIYAR
A . Remove modi for India-Pak talks move forward - Mani Sankar Aiyar to Pak TV channel :-
In a remark which is set to spark yet another round of a verbal war between the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Congress, former cabinet minister Mani Shankar Aiyar told a Pakistani television channel that talks between India and Pakistan can only move forward if Prime Minister Narendra Modi is removed from his post.
Responding to a question during an interview with Duniya TV, Aiyar said, "You need to remove Modi, otherwise talks will not move forward.
Anchor Moeed Pirzada: What are the three priorities you think should be done right now to resolve Indo-Pak crisis?
Mani Shankar Aiyar: First, you need to remove Modi...otherwise the talks will not move forward.
Moeed Pirzada: But whom are you saying this... are you saying this to ISI to remove Modi?
Mani Shankar Aiyar: No... no... we have to wait for four years for this. These people are very optimistic about Modi, they think that talks will move forward with Modi's presence but I don't think so.
Earlier, reacting to the Paris terror attacks, in which over 130 people were killed, Aiyar had said that "the anti-Islam phobia that is being carried out in the western countries should be stopped immediately. The Muslims living in France should be provided with the assurance that they are also citizens of the country."
"In addition to expressing remorse. We should also think that why this situation has arisen?" Aiyar had said.
However, the Congress was quick to dismiss Aiyar's statement. "We do not want to associate with Mani Shankar Aiyar. He should make statements after careful consideration. In no way, you can justify... It was an inhuman action in which so many people have been killed," party spokesperson Ajay Maken said.
B. Salman Khurshid bats for Pakistan : -
During his Islamabad visit last week, former External Affairs Minister and senior Congress leader Salman Khurshid was all praise for Pakistani PM Nawaz Sharif and lashed out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Speaking during his invitation lecture at the Jinnah Institute in Islamabad, Khurshid said, "Modi is not used to talking to people who disagree with him."
Speaking about Nawaz Sharif attending Modi's swearing-in ceremony in New Delhi in May 2014, the former minister said, "If you look back at the first face-to-face between our PMs, your PM took a brave, farsighted decision. What we said and did made things uncomfortable for Pakistan after the visit."
"If there has been a leader of democratic Pakistan who wanted peace with India, it is (Sharif, who) was the first non-military (Pakistani) leader to try for peace," Khurshid added.
C. Rahul Gandhi Declared Himself British, Alleges BJP Leader Subramanian Swamy :-
Rahul Gandhi had declared himself a British citizen in the registration papers of a private company in London, BJP leader Subramanian Swamy alleged today, a charge that the Congress has dismissed.
Mr Swamy today released documents along with his letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi demanding that the Congress vice president be stripped of his Indian citizenship and Parliamentary membership.
The documents, he said, show that Mr Gandhi had called himself "British" on the annual returns of a UK-based firm "Backops Limited". The 45-year-old Congress leader was the director and secretary of the company, according to the documents that the BJP leader said he had extracted from the company law authorities of Britain.
The Congress has strongly denied the allegations.
"From the day Rahul Gandhi was born, he has been an Indian national and always held an Indian passport," said the party's spokesperson Randeep Singh Surjewala.
As proof, the Congress released the company's documents of incorporation, dated August 2003, in which Rahul Gandhi is shown as an Indian national.
But in the company's annual returns filed in 2005 and 2006, Mr Gandhi declared his nationality as British.
NDTV has accessed the original records from the website of Companies House, the UK government's equivalent of India's Registrar of Companies, which establishes the discrepancy - Mr Gandhi is shown as an Indian national in the incorporation documents, but as British in the annual returns.
By way of explanation, the Congress says that the British government may have made an error, and that they will write to them to remedy it.
The BJP's Siddharth Nath Singh said, "Congress hasn't answered fully. Rahul was MP from Amethi then, in his affidavit he showed he is Indian, but these papers contradict the claim. The Congress must answer."
The company, Mr Swamy said, was dissolved in 2009. He alleged that even in the dissolution application, Mr Gandhi stated that his nationality is British on the date he was appointed director of the company.
"As you can see from the company annual record that Mr Rahul Gandhi has given his date of birth correctly but has declared himself to be of British nationality with an United Kingdom address ... this is, prima facie, a violation of the law and the constitutional position in the country," Mr Swamy says in his letter to PM Modi, adding: "I urge you to treat this matter with great urgency and immediately take necessary steps to see if this prima facie evidence is rebuttable, and if not, order than Mr Rahul Gandhi be stripped of his citizenship and his membership of the Lok Sabha."
The Congress claims Mr Swamy's allegations reflect their frustration at the Bihar defeat and the "internal revolt" brewing in its senior leadership."
My View Points
A & B
1. Congress is adament to dafame this Nation.
2. This is antinational activity punishable under treason.
1. Day light fraud and cheating .
2. Unfit to this Nation's citizenship and loksabha membership.
3. Punishable for cheating too.
NOTE : -
1. In a democracy for ordinary citizen needs to under go rigorous tests for government jobs and for private companies and institutions rules to make an entry.
2. Whereas in politics any stupid easily enter by caste, religious votes, in any stupid political party's ticket, to assembly and parliament polls.
3. What a contrast !!!
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