Pandemonium in both houses - impatient intolerant, violent mob ( members ) - ignorant stupid speeches ( emotional, high blood pressure ) :





Opinion

01/12/2015

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Sub : Pandemonium in both houses - impatient,  intolerant, violent  mob ( members ) - ignorant stupid speeches ( emotional, high blood  pressure )

Ref : Accusation of Intolerance of BJP - From all anti BJP ( all opposition combined ) -Debate in both houses of Parliament :


All Members,

Respected family members of this great holy Nation.

Part-1.

Lok sabha & Rajya sabha :



My  observations   and  suggestions-

1. In  both houses,  the  members  ( anti-BJP ), presentations in the debate, seemed  foolish, ignorant, intentional, mischievous,attempt to tarnish the Government, which under Sri Modi moving fast, with lot of measures, in every departments of governance.

2. The whole house was pandemonium because of the so called opposition intentional creation of  meaningless and  senseless  debate.

3. Those accusing the Government for intolerance were not tolerant enough to present the debate in a polite way.

4. This manipulation  lead by congress, followed by  all anti BJP parties, demonstrated  hatred, anger, frustration, emotional black-mail   and  jealousy   against   smooth  running  of Sri Modi Government as  a  well  oiled  machine.

5.  One may  wonder  that  the  so  called  old  horses  of  these  opposition  parties  are  too  fools, didn't  learned  any  lesson  with  their  long  experience , act, speak  senseless,  bearing  only  vengeance  against  BJP.

6.  Nothing  heard  from Home minister Sri RaJnath singh  due  shouting  from  the  opposition  crowd.

7. Garge  equally  violent  along  with  rahul, salim, venugopal, owysi, premachandran  and  many  more...

8. These  idiots ( complaining  Intolerance )  didn't  show   any  tolerance  to  listen  Union  home  minister  answers.

9. At  last  Home  minister  established  that  the  center  in  no  way  responsible  for  the  intolerance  in  the  states,  by  spreading  all  facts  and  figures.

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{We are intolerant, but over corruption, terrorism: Rajnath Singh :

Closing Speech giving  facts to defeat the opposition  attempt to defame the image of Bharatham-

Home minister Rajnath Singh said on Tuesday Prime Minister Narendra Modi was the biggest victim of ‘intolerance’, refuting charges that a sense of insecurity and fear was gripping the country.

Replying to the two-day debate in the Lok Sabha on the issue of intolerance, Singh said India was tolerant and will remain so in the future. “Some artificial shells are being fired. We were tolerant, are tolerant and will remain tolerant... it is our tradition,” he said.

The home minister attacked those charging the BJP over the issue, saying: “Yes, we are intolerant. We are intolerant towards corruption, unclean surroundings, terrorism, violence against women and such issues.”}

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10. Finally  the  house  was  fell  in  silence,  accepting  defeat,

11.  These  are  the  stupid  parties,  and  the  stupid  politicians,  ignorant  in  all  measures.

12.  These  politicians  are  unfit,  and  wastage  for  the  Nation's  wealth,  by  their  pay  and
allowances,  and  pension  too.  

13. We  are  the  idiots  who  elect  them  by  our  valuable  votes  without  any  thought  and  sense.

14. These  politician  should  be  given  tests,  to  ensure  their  knowledge  of  political  science,  social  science, Indian  history, knowledge  of  geography  of  this  country  and  its people,  refresher  course  of  politicians  especially  members  of  parliament  is  essential.

15. Disciplinary  action  must  be  taken  on  any  body  after  warning, and  punished,  otherwise  this  drama  will  be  enacted  in  the  future  also.


Part-2.

Media Reports :

Politicians,  celebrities,  talk  non - sense  in  front  of  cameras - reporters manipulate  thereafter..


1. Jairam Ramesh slams Rajnath Singh, says India is defined by secularism :


Thiruvananthapuram: Congress leader and former Union Minister Jairam Ramesh on Saturday made a scathing attack on BJP for terming secularism as "most misused word" and said questioning secularism was a fundamental threat to the Indian republic and constitution.

Referring to Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh's 'secularism' remarks in Parliament on Thursday, Ramesh said "India is defined by secularism. If India is not secular, it becomes a mirror image of Pakistan".
Speaking at a seminar on 'Growing intolerance and threat to secularism' in Thiruvananthapuram, the Congress leader noted, "Secularism is part of our constitution. The day, we drop the word 'secularism', I think we will be destroying the very foundation of Indian republic."

Coming down heavily on the Narendara Modi government, Ramesh said, "Communal ideologies that speak with mask of development was the other threat faced by the country."

"Leaders will come and speak the language of development. I do not have to name those leaders. You all know whom I am referring to. They speak of development, but bottom line is practise of communal polarisation. So it is this mask of development that pose a threat", he said.

Taking a dig at BJP for its drubbing at Bihar Assembly polls, Ramesh said, "People of Bihar saw the threat. Bihar showed that they could see through the mask of development."

"Certain communal organisations wear the mask of development and say we believe in strong India, we believe in eight per cent GDP growth, we believe in development of India. All this sounds well. But, fundamentally the DNA is communal", he said.

The Congress leader asserted that all types of communalism had to be fought, whether it was majority or minority.

"I do no distinguish between Hindu communalism, Muslim communalism, Christian communalism and Sikh communalism. Communalism is dangerous and poses a threat to the country," he said, adding a political party that misuses religion for political purposes is a communal party.

Without directly referring to the debate on Uniform Civil Code, Ramesh said unity of India is not equal to uniformity.

"Unity yes...Uniformity no. Because India is a country defined by several religions, 500 languages, numerous regions, 29 states, 5,000 communities. India is not just unity in diversity, but unity through diversity", he said.

"What communal ideologies want is uniformity and that is not what India needs," he added.



2. 'Intolerance' inadequate to describe fear among minorities: Arundhati Roy :



Pune: Given the atmosphere in India, "intolerance" is an inadequate word to describe the "fears" under which minorities are living, author Arundhati Roy said on Saturday.

"Killing people, burning them alive and the other goings... 'intolerance' is not sufficient. We have to coin a new word to describe all this," Roy said.

She also charged the BJP-led Central government with promoting 'Brahminism' under the guise of 'Hindu Rashtravad' and attempting to glorify social reformers of India as 'great Hindus' though some like BR Ambedkar had left Hinduism.

"Not only this, the government is trying to rewrite history, they are nominating their own people in various national organisations and institutions, and dividing Dalits, Muslims, Christians and tribals," Roy said.

The 55-year-old Booker Prize winner's comments came at a function in Pune where she was presented with the Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Award by the Mahatma Phule Samata Parishad (MPSP).
The function attracted strong protests from pro-RSS Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad.

AVBP activists raised slogans calling her "anti-national", "anti-Indian Army" and "pro-Pakistani" before they were detained and taken away.

Later, in a memorandum submitted to the MPSP, the ABVP said Roy's anti-national stance had hurt the sentiments of all Indians.

Two weeks ago, Roy faced flak from several quarters after she returned her 1989 National Award for Best Screenplay for the film 'In Which Annie Gives It Those Ones' to join artists-writers to protest what they termed growing "intolerance" in the country.



3. .Aamir Khan's Remarks On Leaving India Have Deeply Polarised The Nation


NEW DELHI -- Bollywood actor Aamir Khan's remarks on intolerance have triggered polarising sentiments, with some people accusing him of defaming the country as well as hurting sentiments of his adoring fans, and others saying that he has the freedom to speak his mind without provoking a backlash.

Speaking at a journalism awards ceremony on Monday, Khan, a Muslim married to a Hindu, talked about how his wife, Kiran Rao, a film producer, feared living in India. Several Bharatiya Janata Party ministers including Arun Jaitley, Venkaiah Naidu, Ravi Shankar Prasad, Suresh Prabhu and Najma Heptullah were present at the function.

"When I chat with Kiran at home, she says 'Should we move out of India?' That's a disastrous and big statement for Kiran to make. She fears for her child. She fears about what the atmosphere around us will be. She feels scared to open the newspapers every day." - Aamir Khan

Khan's remark coupled with Congress Party Vice President Rahul Gandhi tweeting his support for the Bollywood actor sparked a storm of rebuke. Some condemned his remarks outright, while others outraged about the bit on leaving India.

Gandhi said that the Modi government should reach out to those who "question" the state-of-affairs instead of branding them as "unpatriotic." "That's the way to solve problems in India- not by bullying, threatening & abusing!" he said.


Part-3.


NOTE :


1. Indian media : ( print and visual )

A.

a) . The  whole  lot  managed  by  corrupted  corporate  groups,  politicians,  political  parties,  religious  groups,   and  elite  rich  groups  and  so  on  ...

b).  Reporters  are  corrupted  and  produce  news  by  getting  bribes,  always  manipulated  information  according  to  the  whims  of  clients.


B.

a). True  news you  will  get  from  All  India  Radio  and  DD ( Door  Darshan  only )

b)  Watch live Lok sabha  ana  Rajya  sabha  actions  directly.



C.

a). Politician  street  talks,  and  talks  before  reporters  must  be  curtailed.

b). Celebrities  should  not  involve  with  stupid  talks  before  reporters.


D.

1. The  public  should  study  before  talk, or  act  in  any  involvements, otherwise  lead  into  troubles,  

2. Citizens,  must  aware   that  along  with  your  rights,  you  have  your  kartavyam  ( duties / responsibility towards   the  Nation ).

END.

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JAIHIND.

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