Date: 16 Aug 2011


PEOPLE OF INDIA in that democracy where even the Fifth generation "Gandhi" can rule and misrule the ONE BILLION at Will, need to unite so that the Government and its establishment do not look at Anna Hazare through the eyes of Emperor Aurangzeb of Hindusthan through which he saw Guru Tegh Bahadur. Times have changed for Egypt, Irak, Afghanistan, Libya and the rest of the world, BUT NOT FOR OUR BHARAT (Middle India that emerged unscathed through the fires of Partition). With Judiciary. Legislature and the Executive all acting like the slaves "charan dhood" (dust under the feet) of SONIA under a deeply entrenched tradition of self immolation at the altar of Italian born Empress, the last hope is PEOPLE POWER. A frustrated, looted, corrupted and "brutalized" India is a heap of disgrace and insult upon each and every proud native at home and patriotic NRI abroad. That is the nascent plant sprouting out of dry earth and we need to water and nourish it. Failure of this movement will mean the continuation of rampant corruption and the IMPOSITION of Rahul as the next prime minister and the imminent arrival of the new Empress of Hindusthan from Venezuela. Let us consider the IMPLICATIONS of that for the sovereign people of India who are forced to "lick" the Italians right now. Let our shining BEST not perish in order to sustain our stinking WORST. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\ 16 Aug 11 ======= \\\\\\\\\\\\ In a message dated 16/08/2011 20:16:13 GMT Standard Time, \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\writes: TUESDAY, AUGUST 16, 2011\\\\\\\\\\\\ Hazare, associates to be released tonight. Mulayam wants centre to apologise to Hazare Hazare, associates to be released tonight 16 Aug 2011, 2022 hrs IST\\\\\\\\\\ In a dramatic turn of events, Anna Hazare and his associates are being released tonight from Tihar Jail after police decided to withdraw its case against them. \\\\\\\\\\\\ Delhi Police sources said that warrants of release have been sent to Tihar Jail authorities for freeing Hazare and his seven associates who were held this morning ahead of their plans to launch an indefinite strike for a strong Lokpal. \\\\\\\\\\\ The sources said the decision to release was taken after government is understood to have come to the a conclusion that keeping him in jail would create unnecessary law and order situation. \\\\\\\\\\\ Tihar jail sources said that all the eight had been kept in separate lock ups and would be freed soon. Hazare and his associates had refused to take food during their detention under judicial remand. \\\\\\\\\\\\ The 73-year old Gandhian was picked up at 7.30 AM from a flat where he was staying in Mayur Vihar in East Delhi after he refused to be persuaded by the Delhi Police officials who urged him not to undertake the fast since it would be in violation of prohibitory orders that were imposed last night. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\ Hazare and his aides including, Kiran Bedi and Arvind Kejriwal, were first taken to the Delhi Police Officers' Mess in North Delhi and were shifted to another after Hazare's supporters gathered in a large numbers at the Civil Lines areas. Nearly 1400 activists were detained in various parts of the city when they came out in support of Hazare, who had planned to launch the fast at J P park near Ferozeshah Kotla\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ \\\\\\\\\\\\\ 16/08/2011 18:41, XXXXXXXXXXXXX : \\\\\\\\\\The government 's principal argument is that it is a violation of the prerogatives of elected members of parliament to be told what laws the people want them to make, an argument which betrays a complete ignorance of legal theory and legal history. Even the principal opposition party, the BJP, does not quite adhere to that false view. Here is an article putting forward many sound observations JS\\\\\\\\\\\ THE PIONEER \\\\\\\\\\\\ UPA govt nervous, has lost its balance: BJP August 16, 2011 6:32:41 PM PTI | New Delhi \\\\\\\\\\\ In the wake of Anna Hazare's arrest, BJP today said a "nervous" UPA government was adopting an "undemocratic attitude" by laying down unreasonable conditions on peaceful protestors and misusing the police to serve its ends.\\\\\\\\\ "The government has been adopting an undemocratic attitude outside Parliament till now. Today this was seen inside the Parliament as well... This government has lost its balance and this is becoming obvious time and again," Leader of Opposition in Lok Sabha Sushma Swaraj told reporters. \\\\\\\\ She was referring to Congress members in both Houses not allowing the respective Leader of Opposition to speak on Hazare's arrest despite the Chair asking them to do so. \\\\\\\\\\ She claimed that the government had acted in an undemocratic manner when Baba Ramdev was holding his protest as also in the case of Anna Hazare. \\\\\\\\\\\\\ "This government allows separatists to come and air their views in the capital but whenever a saffron clad saint or a Gandhi-cap activist holds an agitation they don't allow it," Swaraj said. \\\\\\\\\ She insisted that Hazare's arrest was "unjustified" and demanded his immediate release. \\\\\\\\\\\ "Anna had not even reached Jaiprakash Narayan park when he was arrested. Section 144 was not imposed at his residence.... The Home Minister says he does not know where Anna has been kept. This government is nervous. It is not being run by the Prime Minister or the Home Minister. Police are running this government," Swaraj said.\\\\\\\\\\\\ Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Arun Jaitley maintained that some people may have differences with Hazare but in a democracy everybody has a right to peaceful protest and to express his views. \\\\\\\\\\\\ "Dissent is the essence of democracy. It is true that the last word will be that of Parliament but any individual or group or political party has the right to air its views and register its protest peacefully. This political leadership is hiding behind the police. They have tried to take away the right to dissent, the right to protest," Jaitley said. \\\\\\\\\\ He insisted that the government should lay down reasonable, and not impossible, conditions. "There can be no conditionalities which render redundant or odiose your very right to protest. We are hearing for the first time that a small protest will be allowed but a large protest will not be allowed," he said. \\\\\\\\\\ Jaitley challenged the Congress to give an undertaking that in future it will not hold any agitation in which the number of protestors goes beyond 5,000. \\\\\\\\\\\\ "By laying down impossible conditions this political leadership has shown it has no courage of conviction and they are now trying to hide behind the men in uniform... They are changing the very idiom of politics. What their spokesmen and ministers talk smacks of smugness," Jaitley said. \\\\\\\\\ He also referred to the Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's recent statement that his government is "perceived" to be most dishonest. \\\\\\\\\\\\ The opposition demanded that in a democracy the Prime Minister should make a statement and not the police commissioner. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\ 000000000