Re: CONGRESS ANTI SANSKAR ORBITUARY
In a message dated 12/30/2015 4:52:41 P.M. GMT Standard Time, XXXXXXXXX writes:
Please look at the history of India since independence, August 15, 1947, logical conclusions are followings:
* Poor & uneducated Hindus have suffered because 'pundits, pujaris and fortune tellers' robbed their innocence.
* Semi-educated were fooled by the so called elites of the community.
* Women got exploited for more than 60 years without any help, still the same in village but little change in urban India.
* Combined family system broke in the name of "civilized living vs uncivilized", taught by Bollywwod films.
* Youth who followed parents, leaving grand-parents behind, hardly learnt morality and Bharatiyata.
* Politics became a career and politicians revered immorality, dishonestly and worst than all looters of public money.
Who was the instigator of all the evils described above? So called father of the nation- MK Gandhi, JL Nehru and Indira Gandhi and they were all founder & preserver of the Congress party and destroyer of India. In 2014, we allowed a man called Narendra Modi to become prime minister to eliminate the evil and restore the dignity of Bharat-mata. Until he does succeed in doing so, please do not start worshiping a typical politician like you have done in the past.
XXXXXXXX December 30, 2015
Subject: Fwd: CONGRESS ANTI SANSKAR ORBITUARY
Date: Wed, 30 Dec 2015 12:11:22 +0000
Jeeps for defence from U.K. was the first scam when Mr. V.K.Krishna Menon was defence minister under P.M., J.L.Nehru.
Subject: CONGRESS ANTI SANSKAR ORBITUARY
Date: 30 December 2015 11:37:41 GMT
CONGRESS ANTIM SANSKAR ORBITUARY
THEIR DILEMMA OF DYNASTIC NEHRUVIAN LEGACY
RAHUL PLANTED DYNASTIC PERSON HAS NO CHARISMA POLITICAL SKILS NOR ORATORY ABILITY. HE PONTIFICATES UNKNOWN POLICIES
NEHRUVIAN CONGRESS AND HAFIZ SAID ARE SYNONYMS.
NEHRUVIAN CONGRESS KAA MOONHA KAALAA HO GAYAA. DOOB MARO O! KAALE MOONH VAALE .
List of the Corruption Done By Congress....
We need a clean party, See how clean this INC is :
Scams under Indian National Congress governance:
Insurance Scam, Telecom scam (Sukh Ram)
HDW Submarine, Bitumen scam, Tansi land deal
Securities Scam, JMM Bribery Scandal
St Kitts case ,Urea scam ,CRB Scam
Anantnag transport scam ,1971 Nagarwala scandal
Fooder scam ,Churhat lottery scam
Bofors Scandal (1990) ,Animal Husbandry Case (1990)
Bombay Stock Exchange Fraud ,Hawala scandal (1993)
Bangalore-Mysore Corridor (1995)
Sukh Ram (1996) ,Fodder Scam in Bihar (1996)
Kerala SNC Lavalin power scandal(97)
Home Trade Ketan Parekh Scandal,
Barak Missile Deal Scandal, Tehelka Scandal (2001)
UTI Scam Taj corridor case (2002–2003)
Telgi scandal (2003) DSQ Software, IPO Scam- karvy
Oil-for-food programme scam (Natwar) (05)
Human Trafficking Scam (Babubhai Katara)
Cash-for-votes scandal, Satyam scandal
2G Spectrum- 2008
Madhu Koda, laundering money Rs. 4000 Cr
NREGA Scam, CWG ,Adarsh
RAHUL PLANTED DYNASTIC PERSON HAS NO CHARISMA POLITICAL SKILS NOR ORATORY ABILITY. HE PONTIFICATES
In the run-up to general elections, Rahul was derided for his lack of charisma and oratory skills, his disinterest in politics and shirking of responsibility, long absences from the country and rare appearances in parliament. During the 2014 election campaign, Rahul was criticized for his bland approach, especially in comparison to the electrifying style of the BJP’s Narendra Modi.
In the 18 months since he led the party to its most spectacular defeat, Rahul has yet to prove his capacity as a vote-catcher for the party. He hasn’t been able to boost the sagging spirits of the Congress rank and file. His two-month long sabbatical during the crucial budget session of parliament earlier this strengthened the perception that he lacks interest in politics and does not have the stamina demanded of a leader looking to rebuild a battered political party.
What is more, doubts over his ability to lead the Congress’ revival have triggered an array of rifts in the party over the past year. Congress old-timers are reportedly unhappy with Rahul’s “handling of organizational matters.” Intense opposition to Rahul’s leadership in various states could snowball into open rebellion. Indeed, it is widely believed that it is to avert an all-out revolt that Rahul’s elevation to the post of party president later this year was put off.
Gandhi family loyalists are firm in their belief that Rahul has what it takes to lead the party out of the political wilderness. His growing visibility, increasing interventions in parliament, and new-found aggression in taking on the Modi government, which forced the latter to abandon a contentious land acquisition bill, has enthused party workers somewhat. But rebuilding the Congress and saving it from political irrelevance needs much more than Rahul’s intermittent interventions.
If the Congress is keen to revive its prospects it will alter the way it functions. It will need to “groom state level leaders with a popular base who can galvanize the state units of the party,” Shastri says. Such state level leaders, who “have their ear to the ground,” should be made “part of the central leadership team,” he says, “so that the right inputs can be provided to the party `high command.’”
Importantly, the Congress needs to be leading the opposition to the BJP-led government. In the past 18 months, on several occasions the Congress could have mobilized the masses against the BJP’s policies. But it “allowed these opportunities to slip by,” Shastri observes, pointing to the land acquisition bill and the rise of religious intolerance as two classic examples where it allowed other political formulations to take the initiative.
Since it came to power, the BJP government has failed on multiple fronts. Prices of essential commodities are soaring. The agrarian crisis is deepening. And religious intolerance and anti-minority violence have assumed worrying proportions.
While Rahul has visited rural communities that are seeing a surge in farmers’ suicides or were at the receiving end of communal attacks, the Congress has not attempted a systematic critique of the BJP’s policies or ventured on a mass mobilization on any of these issues. It could use such mass mobilization against the government to forge unity within the party and to rally other opposition parties behind it. This could provide the basis for its own political and organizational rejuvenation.
But before setting out to do that, the Congress needs to set its house in order. An important first step in that direction would require it to set in motion a genuine process of democratization of the party, its structure and functioning. This will require elections for all posts, including those of party president, members of the Congress Working Committee, its apex decision making body, and state presidents.
If the Congress party is keen to present a new rejuvenated face to the electorate, it needs to radically reform itself. Fail to do that, and it will only sink further into political oblivion.
Congress mag goof-up bares factional feud
Even as state Congress chief Ashok Chavan and leader of the Opposition Radhakrishna Vikhe-Patil reacted cautiously after articles critical of Jawaharlal Nehru and Sonia Gandhi were published in the party's mouthpiece, 'Congress Darshan', the gaffe has exposed factionalism the city unit. Now, pressure is mounting on Congress president Sonia Gandhi to sack Mumbai unit chief Sanjay Nirupam for the goof-up.
Nirupam has accepted the responsibility for the fiasco. A former minister said if Nirupam did not quit on his own, Sonia should sack him immediately. "Nirupam says that he has sacked the content editor, Sudhir Joshi," he said. "In our opinion, it is an eyewash since his name does not appear anywhere in the entire magazine. Nirupam must stop misleading the Congress high command and quit in the party's larger interest."
He said the party high command had taken note of the state of affairs in the Mumbai Congress, particularly of the manner in which the magazine was published. "It was unfortunate that Nirupam did not see the contents before it was published," the former minister said. "It has caused a massive damage to the Congress and has given ammunition to the BJP.'