"DAMN FOOL" INDIA HOLDS WORLD RECORD IN SLAVERY DEGRADES HER SERVICEMEN & WOMEN

Date: 13 Apr 2009

Comment:


"DAMN FOOL" INDIA HOLDS WORLD RECORD IN SLAVERY DEGRADES HER EX SERVICEMEN & WOMEN.

LOOK AT THE STATE OF DEFENCE IN SOUTH KASHMIR WHILE NORTH KASHMIR WAS LOST WITHIN WEEKS OF HER OWN PARTITION.

AT PARTITION HER DEFENCE WAS IN THE HANDS OF "EUNUCHS". FIVE PROVINCES VANISHED FROM HER MAP OVERNIGHT AND THE INDIANS DID NOT FIRE A SHOT TO DEFEND THEM.

WHAT IS THE SITUATION TODAY, A FEW MORE "CEASE FIRES" LATER?

SIMPLY GO AND SEE HER SUPREME COMMANDER. BATHED NAKED IN GANDHIAN NON VIOLENCE AND MUSLIM APPEASEMENT, SHE IS A SECULAR FEMALE AS REMOTE FROM DEFENCE OF HER LAND & PEOPLE AS A GOAT IS WHILE THE TIGER HAS PICKED UP HER KID.
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BJP gets backing of retired soldiers

http://www.asianage.com/presentation/leftnavigation/news/top-story/bjp-gets-backing-of-retired-soldiers.aspx

Sridhar Kumaraswami

New Delhi

April 12: Itís official now. The Indian Ex-servicemenís Movement on
Sunday decided to back the BJP in the coming general election and
extended "advice" to 24 lakh ex-servicemen across the country to vote
for the BJP.

Announcing the decision of the "core group", former Army deputy chief
Lt. Gen. Raj Kadyan (Retd) told ex-servicemen at a protest meeting
here on Sunday: "BJP leader L.K. Advani told us that the BJP would
ensure the implementation of the Ďone-rank-one-pensioní demand if it
comes back to power. This is the truth. Iím sure Mr Advani will fulfil
this promise. I will vote for the BJP. I think we should vote for the
BJP."

Lt. Gen. Kadyan made no secret of the disillusionment of ex-servicemen
with the UPA government, which had rejected the "one-rank-one-pension"
demand. "I was merely making the announcement (advice to vote for BJP)
on behalf of the core group of the movement. The decision was unani-

mous," Lt. Gen. Kadyan told reporters later.

When asked if this amounted to the "saffronisation" of ex-servicemen,
Lt. Gen. Kadyan said: "No. That is not the case. We will vote for the
party which gives us justice. If the BJP does not deliver on its
promise in case it comes to power, then we will oppose them too."

When asked whether the decision could evoke opposition due to
controversies over the Gujarat riots of 2002 and the Kandhamal riots
last year, Lt. Gen. Kadyan told reporters: "Every party can be
questioned. But the BJP has promised to ensure justice for us. Thatís
why we have decided to keep these issues (Gujarat and Kandhamal)
aside."

Despite the advice to vote for the BJP, Lt. Gen. Kadyan also told
ex-servicemen that the movement would support ex-servicemen candidates
from wherever they contest since they understand the plight of
ex-servicemen much better than civilians.

However, a few ex-servicemen at the meeting did express some
reservations in private over the "advice". "I made it clear we will
vote for those who support us. It is not as if we are voting for the
BJP on ideological grounds," said one former officer who did not want
to be identified.

The decision of the ex-servicemenís movement to vote for the BJP is
also bound to evoke opposition from some like Samajwadi Party
candidate for Lucknow Nafisa Ali. Ms Ali had attended a protest
meeting of the movement in New Delhi last year since she is an
ex-servicemanís wife, but people like her will be in no position to
endorse the appeal to vote for the BJP. Her party, the SP, is also
firmly opposed to the BJP on ideological grounds.

It may be recalled that the BJP, in its election manifesto, had
promised a slew of welfare measures for armed forces personnel such as
income-tax exemption and resolution of all pay grievances, and had
also promised implementation of the "one-rank-one-pension" demand.

Lt. Gen. Kadyan also sought to allay any fears of politicisation of
the armed forces, saying the armed forces had always obeyed civil
authority, irrespective of who was in power. He said that sometimes,
even when the armed forces knew that a certain decision was not in the
national interest (such as dispatch of the IPKF to Sri Lanka in the
1980s), the forces still implemented the governmentís decision.

But at the same time, he pointed out that since the military too had
the right to vote, it was also the vote-seekerís right to convince
military voters on why they should vote for them. "Some amount of
politicisation is therefore important," Lt. Gen. Kadyan said.

Scores of demonstrators had gathered at the venue of the protest
meeting near Ashoka Road here. A large section of the protesters were from neighbouring Haryana. Former soldiers in their rural attire along with former senior officers in Western outfits complete with ties came together on a common platform to press for justice. However, a few former service chiefs who are members of the movement were conspicuous by their absence on Sunday.

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