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Press release by Ravinder Singh of the "Sabka Bharat Party" raises some pretty strong points. I am willing to publish any rebuttals made as well.

1.  It is Corrupt Election Commission didn't Record Expenses Narendra Modi Election Campaign for Poll Related Expenditure which cost up to Rs.50 crores to Rs.100 crore per rally mobilizing up to a million crowd including cost of live broadcast.

2.  Election Commission didn't STOP Poll Surveys as Just Modi was projected as Prime Minister candidate - WITHOUT ANY POLITICAL MANIFESTO - Election Commission Ought to have Procured 'Election Manifestos At Least Six Months in Advance' so that Electors are fully introduced to Policies of Parties Before Casting Their Votes.

3.  There is No Media Coverage of Arvind Kejriwal Rally on any TV channel when Election Commission should be ensuring 'Equal Opportunity to All Candidates.'

4.  But it is 'Gross Misconduct of EC to restrict a Party President with over 10 million followers to just three Cars on National Highways and that too without security cover.' Obviously distinction had to be made between National President's rally & campaign and Candidates in their own Constituencies.

5.  Evidence of its Misconduct is Confirmed when Prakash Javdekar provoked BJP Cadre by Blaming Arvind Kejriwal for Lame Duck Sardar Sarovar Project.


7. Election Commission was Expected to Constitute in Advance a Supreme Court Judges Led Pannels to Monitor Lies of Parties & Ensure HONEST CONDUCT OF POLITICAL PARTIES.

It was Murder of Democracy in Gandhi's own state as Narendra Modi lies were getting Exposed one by one his rally was shown black flags and attacked by goons and detained by police. This is based on TV coverage of many channels.

Obviously BJP didn't want PRESS & MEDIA to cover the REAL DIRTY & FILTHY side of Gujarat kept hidden from public view.

Gujarat hospitals were in filthy conditions, General Hospital which is admit Emergency & Accident cases was without Orthopedic Surgeon, there no medicines, water supply in the hospital was stinking, toilets in bad conditions etc.

Arvind Kejriwal also exposed Health Centers Without Roof Not Working since built over 10 years ago and no Toilet in Schools when Schools ought to have Separate Toilets for Girls and Boys.

A Large Pond even after record rainfall season has little water may dry up in 15 days Three Months Before Monsoon.

Arvind Kejriwal was exposing lies of progress in Gujarat.

Prakash Javdekar provoked BJP workers against Arvind Kejriwal and BLAMED AAP for Stopping Sardar Sarovar Dam.

Obviosly Gujarat Was Not Serious in Building Sarsar Sarovar Dam - There was Rampant Loot in Hugely Overdesigned Narmada Canal Projects and additional Sufalam Sujalam Projects - Loot of over Rs.50,000 crores - 2013-14 Budget on Irrigation & Water Projects is Rs.12,000 crores.

Praash Javdekar didn't explain Hydro Power was Sabotaged Hydro Power all over India including Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh.

Prakash Javdekar also didn't explain how Adani Power Projects in much more ECO SENSITVE Zones came up without any clearances in 3-4 years.

Ravinder Singh,
Convener, Mentor & CEO
Ph: 9650421857, 9718280435
Progressindia008@yahoo.com ,

Reference article mentioned in post

AAP against Narmada dam: Javadekar

TOI March06, 2014
Page Dance of Democracy

Gandhinagar: Prakash Javadekar, a national spokesperson of the BJP, has said that Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party is against the Narmada project and has no right to speak on the problems of Gujarat's people.

"Anti-dam activist Medha Patkar is an official Lok Sabha candidate of the AAP," Javadekar said. "Patkar has filled a petition against the Narmada dam in the Supreme Court. If the AAP is really serious about the problems of Gujarat's people why is it not asking Patkar to withdraw her petition?'' TNN


He is right. The Muslim groups do more damage, but the Hindu groups are more dangerous because India has a Hindu majority. If we look at world news, Indian Muslims are actually a wonderful lot. An improving economy and greater possibilities opening up for Muslims have ensured that most Muslims in India see themselves as Indians first. Never mind what the people say. Look at Muslim friends you have. Shopkeepers, colleagues. Do you seriously think they spend time planning how to harm you? Yet, the Hindutva thoughts on Islam or Christianity color people's outlook to the extent where they can go "Oh, you are a Christian? I didn't know!" if they like someone before realizing his religion. As though knowing Christians automatically means that your being Hindu is under threat, or knowing Muslims means that at the first sign of a riot they will come looking for you to kill you, all of a sudden.

Look at all this rhetoric and compare it with people you actually know and interact with. Its simply not true. The Hindutva guys have an utter blackout on the subject of Hindu on Hindu violence, while Muslim on Hindu violence is the big evil, Christian missionaries are absolute personifications of Satan or something.

Yet Hindu extremists continue to promote Muslims as a vicious lot - changes in our society have not registered, and the projected image of Muslims remains as that from brutal killings of the partition, and other riots. This is dangerous to India even if there were not a single Muslim in it, because once a population is sensitized into finding 'enemies', the process takes on a life of its own, and the range of enemies and hostility takes on a life of its own after a certain critical mass, after which, it destroys the society itself.

Why go far, look at Pakistan. Extremism began as a means of getting resources for an anti-India agenda, then anti-Soviets... it was never intended as anti-National - in fact its origins were highly patriotic. As India hardened its security and Afghanistan was clear of the Russians, what happened? A whole new set of enemies were born. Now we have Shias, Sufis, Ahmediyas, being attacked - even the government itself, as Taliban starts seeing wrong in what they do.

It didn't begin with bombings. It began with believing that a certain country, then a certain kind of people, etc were evil and must be resisted. The rest was simply natural progress.

Already we see among many Indians a denial that what happened in Gujrat was horrible. We see all kinds of excuses ranging from "who started it" to "Hindus got killed too". Everything except the fact that an overwhelming number of Muslims were mercilessly slaughtered.

Never mind the Muslims. Heck, they are a minority anyway. What is happening to Hindus in the process? We are turning into a lot of people who think its okay to butcher people if they are bad enough. Islamic terrorism can never destroy us as thoroughly as the rot we nurture ourselves, just like India didn't need to do much to bring Pakistan to this horrible state it is in now.

And this is totally from a focus on India as a Hindu state. Even if Muslims didn't exist, this would still be true. If a dog bites you on the street, it is insane to think its okay to bite dogs you see. Similarly, it is insane to nurture hatred in our hearts because of what someone else does. We only destroy ourselves.

Rahul Gandhi is absolutely right. It is a sad thing for India that the BJP doesn't stop to reflect and starts throwing tantrums everytime Hindu or Muslim is mentioned.

BJP leader Prakash Javadekar said Gandhi's comment shows that he wants to identify terror with religion and is ignorant about Indian civilisation.

"Terror is terror, it must not be translated into vote bank politics. Terror should be investigated and guilty must be punished," he added.

If terror must be investigated and guilty proscecuted, why is there such a pandemonium each time Hindutva is so much as mentioned? When was the last time Prakash Javadekar protested against references to Islamic terrorism?

With the Congress corruption and the BJP's insanity, India is thoroughly screwed in terms of possibilities for solid leadership. How I wish that we had a political party that had the governance skills of the BJP and the inclusive perspective of the Congress.