INDIAN P.M. SHED TEARS FOR THOSE ARE ARE, IN REALITY, PAKISTANIS
Date: 21 Jul 2007
A HINDU REFUGEE FROM LAHORE FLED HIS LAND AND CAME TO BROKEN BHARAT FOR SAFETY. WHEN HE SAW A MUSLIM IN EAST PUNJAB HE QUESTIONED HIM, "WHAT THE HELL ARE YOU DOING HERE?"
IT IS A PITY THAT HIS QUESTION WAS NOT PICKED UP BY THE NATION OF SHEEP IN 1947.
This Pee M has gone bonkers. Pity the Hindus do not see through his outrageous placation of jehadi sentiments.
PM rushes minister to City
By R Venkatesh, Dh News Service, Bangalore:
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Thursday night rushed Minister of State for External Affairs E Ahmed to Bangalore to meet Mohammad Haneef's family and reassure them of all possible assistance from the Government of India for a fair trial in Australia.
After casting his vote in the presidential elections, Ahmed flew down to Bangalore by IC 403 at around 7 pm and drove to Hotel Windsor Sheraton and Towers where Haneef's family was waiting to meet him.
The minister lent a patient ear to them and consoled the family. A weeping Firdaus Arshiya spoke at length to him on the charges made by the Australian police against her husband. She and her in-laws used the opportunity to tell the minister about Haneef's struggle during his student days and his overall personality.
The minister conveyed a message to the Haneef family from the Prime Minister's Office about India's stand. He recalled that Dr Manmohan Singh had personally spoken to his Australian counterpart.
The minister told the family that the prime minister was quite touched by the images of Haneef's solitary confinement.
Ahmed, a Kerala MP who played a key role in the release of three Indians who were kidnapped in Iraq, told them about the efforts being made at the government level to ensure justice for Haneef.
Assuring the family that the Australian government has promised a fair trial of Haneef, he said the Indian government had, however, not asked the Aussie authorities to absolve the doctor of all charges.
Soon after reaching New Delhi on Friday morning, the minister is likely to submit a report to Manmohan Singh. A meeting is also scheduled late on Friday where the government is expected to decide its further course of action.
A handful of top police officers and IB officials also met the minister and briefed him on the progress in the probe relating to Kafeel Ahmed's London terror act and the Bangalore angle.