IN CORRUPTION INDIAN CONGRESS AND BRITISH LABOUR ARE TWO UGLY SISTERS
Date: 20 Jan 2007
FIRST OF ALL, HATS OFF TO INCORRUPTIBLE BRITISH POLICE ACTING SUPREME ON BEHALF OF CROWN.
INDIAN POLICE ACTS IN THE NAME OF "PAKISTANI" ABDUL KALAM, SUPREME COMMANDER OF COLLAPSED HINDU NATION.
SECOND SIMILARITY IS THE OBJECTIONS BY SENIOR LABOUR PERSONS INCLIUDING DAVID BLUNKETT, EX HOME MINISTER, WHO HAVE DECLARED THAT RUTH TURNER IS INNOCENT AND THAT THE POLICE WILL HAVE TO REGRET THEIR ACTION.
DO WE RECALL THE DEMONSTRATIONS IN NEW DELHI, LED BY YOUTH CONGRESS LEADER BITTA, TO DECLARE INNOCENCE OF SONIA AND RAJIV GANDHI? CAN WE NOT RECALL THAT THE CASE AGAINST BOFORS CHOR, "SON OF POLITICAL WITCH" INDIRA HAS BEEN DROPPED. ANYONE WHO DARES TO SPEAK FOR "ONE LAW FOR ALL" MUST FEAR LOSING HIS HEAD OR JOB.
LABOUR IN BRITAIN IS CORRUPT SINCE KEITH VAS WAS NOT TRIED FOR HIS BOGUS APPLICATIONS FOR LOAN FOR FOUR HOUSES WHEN HE WAS IN ONY BLAIR'S CABINET. HE SHOULD HAVE BEEN SENT TO JAIL, ALSO SOME OTHER CORRUPT CROOKS IN THE UK.
Ruth Turner has been questioned by police
Downing Street political adviser Ruth Turner has been arrested on suspicion of perverting the course of justice by police investigating the cash-for-honours allegations .
The government has confirmed Ms Turner, a senior adviser to the prime minister, had been arrested but was later released without charge.
Police are investigating whether people have been nominated for honours after giving money to political parties.
About 90 people have been questioned. All those involved deny any wrongdoing.
The inquiry began after it emerged that a number of large secret loans had been made to the Labour Party before the 2005 general election, and that some of those lenders had subsequently been nominated for peerages.
The investigation has since widened to cover the other main parties.
Tony Blair is among those who have been questioned by police over the issue, although he was not arrested and not questioned under caution.
Ms Turner, the director of government relations, effectively the main link between Number 10 and the Labour Party, was questioned by police about the allegations in September.
Ms Turner also arranges visits for Mr Blair as well as charity receptions and other events at Number 10.
Downing Street said the Prime Minister had full confidence in Ms Turner.
"She is still in her job,'' a spokeswoman said.
She added that any police investigation had to be allowed to run its course.
"With all police investigations, it is important they are allowed to run their course and conclusions aren't jumped to,'' she added.