Respect our Forgotten National Leaders "Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, Dr. Bhim rao Ambedkar, Lal bahadur Shastri and many ....." :
Sub : Forgotten National Leaders ( Heros ) by Congress men
Ref : Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, Dr. Bhim rao Ambedkar, Lal bahadur Sastri,
Respected family members of this great holy Nation.
1. The Nehru dynastic rule made congressman discarded all other great men women in the freedom struggle!
2. Till the day, congress men, never took interest on prominent leaders of freedom struggle other than Nehru!!
3. Now Bjp Government started reminding these forgotten heroes, congress men are become envious!!!
4. But they are still with sonia, and rahul, who both have little respect to the ancient history of Bharatham!!!!
5. All stupid corrupted congress men, are taking shelter under family rule ( family pary-the high command )!!!!!
1. Nehru was not friendly, and respecting best in Congress, such as 1. Netaji, 2. Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, 3. Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar, 4. Sri Lal bahadur Shastri,
and many others...
2. Nehru depended, more on European culture persons, such as Krishna Menon, and his close circles ...
3. Very important decisions Nehru took, without consulting, experts in his cabinet, and party...
4. Because of his poor vision and delay in actions and decisions, caused the present situation of the country...
5. Here we are dealing with two subjects A. Reservation, B. Netaji; Others we will take up in the next topics
6. Abolish Caste System!
7. Respect our forgotten leaders!!
8. They have done great jobs than Nehru dynasty!!!
Caste-based reservations: Ambedkar backed rethink on quotas… We’ve done nothing, says Sumitra Mahajan
Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan on Saturday advocated a “rethink” on caste-based reservations in the country, saying even Babasaheb Ambedkar had supported the same.
Addressing officials and representatives of local bodies at an event on smart cities here, Mahajan said, “Ambedkar Ji had said, ‘Give reservations for 10 years and after 10 years, do a rethink. Bring them to that stage’. We have done nothing. Even I am guilty of this... We have not thought about it. We do not contemplate why this (a rethink) has not happened.”
Later in the day, replying to questions on her speech in Ahmedabad, Mahajan sought to clarify that she wasn’t expressing an opinion for or against the reservation policy. “What I am saying is we should also find out the reasons why we have not achieved the society dreamt of by Dr Ambedkar. We should ponder over the reasons for that also,” Mahajan said.
A few months ago, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat’s comment seeking a review of the reservation policy was believed to have hurt the BJP in the Bihar Assembly elections, and had prompted a series of clarifications from the party.
In October 2015, Prime Minister Narendra Modi made it clear that there was no possibility of scrapping the reservation system, at a foundation stone laying ceremony in Mumbai for a grand memorial for Ambedkar.
Mahajan’s remarks come in the midst of the BJP trying to do damage control over its leaders’ remarks on Dalit research scholar Rohith Vemula suicide in Hyderabad, which is seen as linked to caste discrimination. In Gujarat, the party has been facing protests by the wealthy Patidar community, whose demand for a quota for itself is seen as largely an anti-reservation campaign.
In her Ahmedabad speech, while seeking a rethink on caste-based quotas, Mahajan had narrated her experiences of a visit to Vietnam, saying, “In the last 20-25 years, they (the Vietnamese) have progressed so much that it can leave us surprised. At least I was surprised. Even after 60-70 years of Independence, we have not been able to eliminate casteism. Please excuse me, and do not take this politically.”
In the context of smart cities, Mahajan said removing encroachments in cities was a big challenge for the political class. “I understand that... If I displace somebody, then tomorrow there will be no votes for me; and if there are no votes, then how will I remain a representative? So what will I do? I will do nothing. In politics, votes are a priority... But I also need to display strength in removing the encroachments, and at the same time, providing all the facilities...,” she said.
Comment : Abolish caste system, politicians survive under this poisonous tree, and break Hindus!
Congress cries conspiracy, claims Nehru's 'war criminal' letter forged :
The Congress smells conspiracy in the declassification of the files related to Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose. It has raised doubts on government's intention behind the declassification.
"The way the PM has carried this out raises doubts about the intention of the Government of India. The nation needs to understand this. The BJP or any of its affiliates can't claim of any leader who were on the forefront of the freedom struggle," former Union minister and senior Congress leader Anand Sharma said after the files were declassified at National Archives of India by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
According to the India Today TV, in one of the classified files, the nation's first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru referred to Subhas Chandra Bose as a "war criminal".
"Nehru's purported letter written to the Prime Minister of England, Clement Attlee on 27 December, 1945 - four months after the plane crash in Taipei, had mentioned Bose as a war criminal."
A portion of the purported letter:
Dear Mr Attlee,
I understand from reliable sources that Subhas Chandra Bose, your war criminal, has been allowed to enter Russian territory by Stalin. This is a clear treachery and betrayal of faith by the Russians as Russia has been an ally of the British-Americans, which she should not have done. Please take note of it and do what you consider proper and fit.
"We have said from the very beginning that this is a deliberate controversy. The Congress will expose and take action against this mischievous fake letter (allegedly written by Nehru to Atlee). We will take all measures to punish people once identified. Whoever is taking ownership must come forward," he said.
While cautioning the media to be careful of the "fabricated letter", Sharma said, "We would appeal to the media to be careful before a fabricated and forged document is used to sensationalise and to defame one of India's greatest sons. Jawaharlal Nehru was a great leader (Maha Nayak), India's first PM and a world-class statesman. There is a need to first ascertain the authenticity of the letter before conveying something which is not only questionable but part of a criminal conspiracy. Forgery is a criminal offence under the Indian Penal Code."
Echoing Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi's tweet, Sharma, the Deputy Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha said, "Netaji was a great national leader, president of Indian National Congress and participated in the freedom struggle. Which truth the Congress has suppressed? Netaji had only one daughter and what she has said is in public domain and the country must respect her sentiments because she has been anguished by this deliberately created mischief and controversy.
Netaji's other close relatives like grand-nephew Sugata Bose, who is a respected Historian and Ashish Ray (journalist) - they have commented in great detail. We do not wish to join issues with others and enter into any kind of debate."
Remembering Bose on his 119th birth anniversary on 23 January, Rahul Gandhi described him a man of extraordinary courage, a patriot and a charismatic leader. "Netaji's contribution to India`s freedom struggle will continue to inspire us," tweeted Gandhi today.
Paying homage to Netaji in the morning, Congress president Sonia Gandhi said, "Congress Party can never forget his contribution to the national struggle for freedom for founding of an independent democratic republic of India. He will always live in the hearts of all Indians for his patriotic fervour and dedication to the Indian Republic."
Chittopriyo Bose, one of the Netaji's relatives said, "No previous government did what the Modi government has done today. We're satisfied. We've requested the PM for the declassification of files in foreign land, so that more can be known about Netaji. Congress was in power for almost 60 years and there may be some files during their tenure in West Bengal, which hasn't yet been declassified."
However, the Congress maintained silence on why it refrained from declassifying Netaji files, despite remaining in power for almost six decades.
"Probably there was an apprehension that it would convert into a major law & order problem, besides relations between India and other nations (mentioned in the files) might get tarnished. No one was aware about the content of the files. Those days India also had friendly ties with the erstwhile USSR," a senior Congress leader said on condition of anonymity.
Comment : All congress men awaken, shed crocodile tears, where were they till this date till Modi action programme?
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