Monday, September 29, 2008

Congress -- disband or ban.

Congress – disband or ban.

It is time to introspect on the state of the polity after 60 years of Swarajyam. The focus is on the Congress Party which had, dominated the political scene and has been the prime instrument in creating an environment of criminalized polity in the country.

Mahatma Gandhi once said that Congress Party should disband itself. He had wisely recognized that the party needed to have its sunset after achieving its goal and new political fronts needed to be opened with new political parties as the issues before the country had changed drastically after the British were expelled. Sixty years have passed by since his assassination and the Congress Party has not disbanded itself voluntarily.

Now it is time to disband or ban the Party in the supreme interests of the nation.

Our forefathers gave us the treasure of dharma and our elders won for us Swarajyam from a colonial regime after a saga of sacrifices rendered in the supreme interest of Bharata Rashtram, the Bharatiya Nation. Today, the nation stands threatened by the most shameful institution called the Congress Party with a record of acts of treason, acts against the interests of the nation. The National Congress Party as it was called at its inception is anything but national and has demonstrated a track-record of anti-national spirit and acts for six decades. A call for disbanding or banning the Congress is demonstrably justified .

Congress Party stands accused of its post-independence leaders committing indelible treason on the body politic of the nation and hence has justified its disbandment or ban.

We are your children, Bharata Maata and our generation should not fail the future generations. This means that we should hand over to our children, the burning deepam of dharma which our elders have given us as a legacy.

It is our duty to speak and speak satyam. Our duty is to speak and not be an accomplice in the crime of politicking ignoring national interests, for which the only atonement is the banning of the Congress Party.

A fair investigation into the votes-for-cash scandal often referred to as money tantra leads to the conclusion that it is a most shameful blot on patriotic spirit enshrined in this nation, Bharatavarsha, for many generations starting with the days of the janapada-s of circa the sixth century before common era. The most appropriate consequence for the murderers of democracy and their disloyalty to the country and its national interests should be the banning of the Congress Party which has orchestrated this money tantra and indulged in a series of cover-ups.

A fair investigation will establish that the motive was clearly to stay in power to get the Indo-US nuclear deal executed in utter contempt of the Parliament, despite repeated assurances given to the Parliament by the “Hon’ble Substitute PM” that Parliament approval would be obtained before any deal is struck. There is overwhelming evidence of currencies flaunted and exchanged, Members of Parliament black-mailed and every form of intrigue making a mockery of the constitutional anti-defection provisions and laws. This violation of constitution of India by debasing every known tenet of Parliamentary procedure and decorum cannot be pardoned. Congress Party stands accused the Congress Party of engaging in this murder of parliamentary democracy in the State and hence demand that the Congress party be banned.

Sovereignty of the nation has been undermined without due deliberation within the portals of Parliament and through public debates across the nation. On what authority can a Prime Minister sign a deal with another sovereign nation without honouring his own promises and without taking the Parliament into confidence and getting due approval from the Parliament? It is apposite to mention here that there is indeed a constitutional provision that Jawaharlal Nehru implemented in late 40's by assigning the Ministry of Foreign affairs a subordinate status under the Prime Minister's control and taking it out of the Parliamentary oversight. Under these provisions Prime Minister of India will not be required to consult the Indian Parliament for any treaties with any foreign government. This loophole has been present for sixty years. We must recognize that Indian democracy is immature and people have not taken an active role in curbing the power of the Prime Minister's office because of their adulation and adoration of the Nehru dynasty. Despite legal loopholes, morality and raja dharma dictate that the Prime Minsiter of Bharat should be governed by ethical principles of taking the nation into confidence through the parliamentary/democratic institutions in place, however defective the evolving norms of parliamentary decorum and behavior may be.

What a shame it is that a blot has been left on the sacred feet of Bharata Maata by the abominable deeds of the Congress Party which constitute a moral crime committed against the nation.

The Congress Party stands accused, having committed acts against the supreme interests of the nation and in utter disregard of the primordial need for probity and propriety in public life, fiduciary responsibility of the highest standards and living by the global ethic of the land under dharma.

The Congress Party which stands accused of engineering riots in the country during 1984 'pogrom' against Sikhs and which participated in the terrible miscarriage of justice should be banned.

Congress leader Mohammed Hussein Kolata stands accused for planning the attack on Sabarmati Express.

Indian newspapers had reported that Congress party was involved in instigating riots in the post-Godhra riots and prevented students from attending exams.

Although hundreds of Hindus were killed in the post-Godhra riots, Congress has white-washed this fact and so it needs to be investigated and charged for its role in not rendering justice to the Hindu victims, politicking with truth.
The Congress Party led UPA government has achieved the dubious distinction of getting snubbed by the Courts of Law a maximum number of times for its misuse of power and abuse of Constitutional provisions in its ugly political games against the states ruled by opposition parties and for the relief of its political and family friends.
It has allowed the Christian Churches and Missonaries to abuse the Constitutional provisions to indulge in illegal evangelisation and forced and coercive conversions to an alarming extent in the last four and a half years leading to communal unrest at the cost of peace & harmony.
When the subject of modernization of the army was raised with Nehru, it is believed that he responded by saying that, if need be, the army should be prepared to fight with 'lathies.' There was a pathological dislike of the Indian military in the Congress Party which came to power at the centre on attaining independence. Herein rests the answer to the military's down-gradation in so systematic and persistent a manner soon after independence! The Bureaucracy exploited this bias of the congress to the hilt and added to it the fear of the possibility of a military take over as had occurred in some of the neighbhouring countries. It also managed to restructure the higher defence set-up to the nation's overall strategic disadvantage. Congress resolution of 1942 stated "The present Indian Army is an off-shoot of the British Army and has been maintained to mainly hold India in subjugation. It has been completely segregated from the general population." These were the very years in which the British used police and not the army to ruthlessly crush the 'Quit India movement' and that Lala Lajpat Rai fell to police 'lathies' and not an army bullet. Yet the Congress heaped this ignominy on the Indian military. It is the mutinies in the patriotic Army and Navy which threw a clear signal to the British that it was time to leave. So it is highly malicious for anyone to term the loyal Indian Armed forces, our own protectors as an “army as army of occupation.”

Indian army has been in, 'no war no peace,' state since independence. Wars apart, army has lost 569 officers and over 9000 Junior Commissioned Officers and other ranks in counter insurgency operation during the last ten years. While there is little value for human life in India, the value of soldier's life count for nothing in this country. Therefore, one wonders whose army it is anyway and who will soldier for India! The Indian government, in the first 50 years of Independence, has deployed the Indian army to quell riots, maintain order, etc., 10 times more than the British did in their last 50 years of their rule in India. So much for the poor governance we have had all these years. The 6th Central Pay Commission was the last straw that broke the back of the Forces , and the normally stoic and stiff upper lip has given way to the unprecedented sight of the 'Veterans' taking to the streets. All credit to the Congress.

Repeated occurrences of terror attacks have been ignored or brushed away by statements of political make-believe with little sign of windbag resolve to fight to the finish a war on Islamist Jihadi terror. Visiting the victims of terrorist attacks in the hospital by barricading relatives from seeing their loved ones to give access to the politicians for their publicity in the media is the modus operandi of the UPA leaders. Beyond that there has been no firm action against the terrorists except for the lip service. Congress Party stands accused of not enacting a Patriots Act, of soft-pedaling on terror suspects and even failing to punish terrorists found guilty of terrorist acts by the highest court of the land.

A Prime Minister of the Indian State, the late Hon’ble Rajiv Gandhi, was murdered by terrorists. The Congress Party chief recommended a remission in the sentence of death penalty disrespecting judicial process and Hon’ble Sonia Gandhi continues to keep contacts through her daughter with a convict in Vellore prison. Congress Party stands accused of treating the assassination of a Prime Minister Hon’ble Rajiv Gandhi, as a family affair and by interfering with the judiciary and law enforcement by weakening all their efforts to bring all the culprits to book by seeking extradition of the conspirators involved in the foulest murder of the century against the head of state.

It is a nightmare that all semblance of Constitutional proprieties have been thrown to the wind by affording extraordinary state protection to some selected privileged individuals and rendering the Office of the Prime Minister who is the head of the state to a mere apolitical bureaucratic status.

The sovereignty and integrity of the nation has been imperiled by the misdeeds of the Congress Party which stands accused and in its degraded status has removed itself from the hearts of every Bharatiya. Banning such a Party by the political will of all Bharatiyas will be an endorsement of their heart-felt desire to rid the state of a political evil.
The duty of a Prime Minister of a nation is to govern. When repeated failures occur in governance resulting in the loss of thousands of innocent lives across the nation, the Party to which such a PM belongs does not deserve to be recognized as a political institution worthy of respect and should be banned. Remember Lal Bahadur Shastri resigned when there was a preventable train accident that killed several citizens when he was the Railway Minister. No such remorse has been expressed by the Home Minister of the UPA administration (Hon’ble Mr. Shivraj Patil) when so many Indians have died at the hands of the Jihadi terrorists. We have surely descended to lower levels of morality and public accountability than shown by leaders like Lal Bahadur Shastri.

Hon’ble Manmohan Singh who publicly claimed that he was only a substitute for Ms. Sonia Gandhi and hence is rightly called the "Hon'ble Substitute PM", is a threat to the security of the nation; lamenting for the mother of a Jihadi terrorist and not shedding tears for the Kashmiri Brahmins or the victims of terrorist attacks on the Parliament. Such wrongheaded unpatriotic acts of the head of the nation do not inspire confidence that he will safeguard the security of the nation. His tenure has resulted in unprecedented levels of demoralization in the armed forces who have defended the nation with their lives and should have been honoured with a Martyr's Memorial true to the dharma of heralding Jai Jawan.

Chairman of the Indian National Congress and UPA is an Italian and from what was recently revealed was a dual citizen and has allegiance to the Belgian government by joining the Order of Leopold.

The present pathetic state of the Party and impoverishment of the nation is evidenced by the Party's incompetence in governance with an standard operating procedure on the part of the Prime Minister of taking decisions only in consultation with the politicos in 10 Janpath (residence of UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi in Delhi). This is gross devaluation of the august office of the Prime Minister of Bharat.

A party which has by its shameful policies and inaction allowed thousands of farmers to commit suicide does not deserve the trust of the people of the state. At least for the sake of these dharmaatma-s, UPA and the Indian National Congress need to be banned.
A polity of UPA and the Indian National Congress has left behind criminalized politics, using money power as the only instrument of state policy, making corrupt deals with local and national communal (cast based or religion based leadership) with divide and rule politics cutting out deals with fragments of society to create vote banks just to continue in office. As the wheels of justice grind slowly, even the institutions which are expected to use intelligence in the interests of the nation have been subordinated to party interests. It is a shame indeed that a party which was in the forefront of the swarajyam movement has been reduced to such a scoundrel status, misleading public opinion and even attempting to manipulate the fourth estate.

In the light of justice and dharma, it is a crime to have exploited patriotism of bharatiya-s who have shown exemplary patience and intolerance for over sixty years after swarajyam. The patience has worn thin. Enough! The time has come to ban the Congress Party which is a pale imitation, a far cry from those who fought for swarajyam.
Heading a band calling themselves 'secular', the vote-bank motivated Party has debased our primordial duty and responsibility to protect dharma. Secular cabinet ministers have asked for lifting of a ban on a terrorist organization, encouraged grant of Indian citizenship to millions of illegal Bangladeshi infiltrator. A communal head count was ordered in the army to start divide and rule politics even within the armed forces, muted were the celebrations of Bharat Vijay Diwas, 16th December, and Kargil Vijay Diwas , and Pokharan test anniversary. All these are not mere straws in the wind but indicative of a mind-set denigrating nationalist sentiments.

Dharma which we passionately cherish shall triumph. Dharma protects those who protect dharma.

In the name of dharma, it is time for Congress to “go”. Congress Party stands accused of practicing a-dharma and call for a ban, total and unequivocal.

The crimes committed by the Congress Party have raised the consciousness of all bharatiyas who care only for the well-being under dharma of the present and future generations.

We bear no grudge against those whom we accuse here. We only seek the supremacy of truth, justice and dharma.

This is a cry of our aatman. Let the broad daylight of the effulgent sun restore the nation to its rightful place in the comity of nations.

We wait with profound respect, offer prayers at the sacred feet of Bharata maata with tears in our eyes for the future glory of every child of our nation, to uphold dharma that which upholds everything in the cosmos and in our collective consciousness.

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