Independence to the Indian coolies is not what it is to the Americans or the British. The latter two have the word UNITED in their titles while the Indian PARLIAMENT, a collection of "monkeys and donkeys" is so shameless that it has never challenged that bogus PARTITION that was imposed on all, just like the worthless White Elephant from Italy, without consulting the nation. It left a DISUNITED BROKEN INDIA IN ITS WAKE.
The Parliament that emerged under the MONGREL tricolour, instead of one decent and noble BHAGWA, is so rotten that it has kept the State of SOUTH Kashmir under Article 370 so that NO Indian can buy any property or settle down there.
The Constitution and the Parliament perceive the Indian to be a "DOG" in South kashmir.
The Constitution overlooks the worst ever defeat and surrender of 1947, while not expressing any sentiment towards "Akhand Bharat".
The Indians consider themselves to be so beaten and thrashed that such thoughts do not occur even in dream.
LAHORE, THE DAUGHTER OF DELHI, WAS ABDUCTED BY THE MUSLIM RASCALS AND AS IN THE PREVIOIUS CENTURIES, THE PARLIAMENT OF "MONKEYS AND DONKEYS" HAS NOT SHOWN THE GUTS OR DARING TO RESCUE HER FROM THE CLUTCHES OF ISLAM OR MOHAMMED.
THIS PARLIAMENT OF "MONKEYS & DONKEYS" CANNOT NOTICE THE AGONY AND BETRAYAL OF LAHORE WHICH IS 100 PER CENT INDIAN. IT IS MORE SO SINCE GURU ARJUN DEV WAS TORTURED AND KILLED FOR HIS NATIVE FAITH AND BHAGAT SINGH WAS HANGED TO DEATH IN THE CITY.
THIS PARLIAMENT OF THE HINDU "CATTLE" CANNOT FEEL THE DEGRADATION IN THAT FILTHY NAME OF INDIRA KHAN STUCK ON NEW DELHI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT IN ORDER TO PLEASE EVERY DAMN "BOFORS CHOR" IN INDIA AND TO APPEASE THE MOHAMMEDANS WHO KNOW THE TRUTH ABOUT INDIRA, THAT SHE WAS A SECRET CONVERT TO ISLAM AND ACCORDINGLY RETURNED EAST BENGAL TO THEM IN 1972 AFTER CAPTURING IT.
THE PARLIAMENT, THAT IS 90% HINDU, DARE NOT CALL THEMSELVES HINDU NOR TURN PARTITIONED INDIA, WHICH IS A MERE FRAGMENT OF THE ORIGINAL AKHAND BHARAT, INTO A HINDU RASHTRA. EVEN IMPOVERISHED EAST BENGALI PUTS UP HIS TAIL TO ANNOUNCE WITH UTMOST COURAGE, CONVICTION AND DARING, "WE ARE AN ISLAMIC REPUBLIC. WE ARE NOT SECULAR DOGS LIKE HINDUSTAN!" YES, THAT'S WHAT THEY SHOUT, DAY AND NIGHT AND OUR "NIGGER" NARAYANAN OR THE PARLIAMENT OF "MONKEYS AND DONKEYS" CANNOT HEAR IT, NOR CAN THEY NOTICE THE INDIANS BEING BEATEN UP IN FIJI AND EXPELLED FROM UGANDA AND EAST BENGAL.
THEY NEED NOT BOTHER WHEN EVERY HINDU IS STRETCHING HIS NECK OUT TO CONGRATULATE THE OTHERS OVER THE CONSTITUTIONAL BRILLIANCE THAT IS PARTITIONED INDIA'S ONE EYED AND ONE LEGGED CONSTITUTION.
NOW IN THIS CONTEXT OF THE DARK SUBTERRANEAN WORLD OF THE SMASHED HINDU/SIKH "NIGGER & COOLIE", PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING:-
........India commemorates 50 years of democracy
...............Monday, May 13, 2002 (New Delhi):
India completes 50 years of democracy today. May 13, 1952 marked the beginning of a new phase in the history of independent India.
It was on this day that the country's Parliament met for the first time after the General Elections. There were 126 Lok Sabha and 51 Rajya Sabha members at that time.
No divisive agenda
Seeking introspection and stock-taking on the Golden Jubilee of Parliament today, Lok Sabha Speaker Manohar Joshi said there should not be any room for divisive agenda in the political landscape and that no purpose will be realised through violence and hatred.
"Our own tested path of the past, the path of non-violence that inspired and guided our freedom movement, has not lost its relevance for our country, or for the world," he said in a statement in the House.
Observing that MPs need to recognise that diversities were sources of strength, Joshi said, "Democracy is about the art of co-existence."
To a query from RJD leader Raghuvansh Prasad Singh on plans for celebrating the occasion, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pramod Mahajan said the Lok Sabha was much bigger than the Government and it (Government) would only assist holding any such function decided by the House.
Over the years…
Fifty years down the line, the level of debate and the decorum of the House has become a source of concern. A regular scene inside the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha these days is that of chaos and shouting.
Adjournments have now become the order of the day. The quality of debate has deteriorated, forcing many old timers to express concern over the proceedings.
Members like Rishang Keishing, who was elected to the first Lok Sabha on a Socialist Party ticket, remember the time when everyone maintained the decorum of the House. "We tried to catch Speaker's attention. But when he would be standing, nobody else would stand," remarked Keishing.
The make-up of the House's members has also changed considerably. In the first Lok Sabha, most of the members were highly educated. Over the years, their place was taken by leaders from the agricultural class. As a result, issues of national and international importance have been replaced by more local issues.
Also, with the end of single party dominance, Parliament has come to be represented by a host of small parties, giving each member little time to debate on any issue. This has resulted in more demonstration than debate by members.
Former Lok Sabha Speaker Shivraj Patil explains, "There are now over 40 parties represented in Parliament and thus MPs get little time to speak. As a result many of them get upset and protest in the House."
.................(with PTI inputs)