Date: 04/09/2016


On the day (September 4, 2016) that the Pope declared the Albanian Nun TERESA a saint, KEITH VAZ, the CATHOLIC MP from Leicester East, fell in DISGRACE.

At one time when Musalmani Maimoona Begum was the prime minister of Bharat, maliciously planning to attack the Sikhs’ holiest shrine in Sri Amritsar, Mr Vaz was considered an authority on the Indian affairs, and consulted by the British Government about the situation in East Punjab. It is not known what Mr Vaz, a CATHOLIC from the Portuguese colony of Goa, advised Her Majesty’s Government on the politics of Bharat when Rajiv & Sonia, both staunch Catholics, were in the top ruling & fooling family in Bharat.

It is strange that Her Majesty’s Government could not find a Hindu or Sikh MP at Westminster to consult prior to the army attack on Golden Temple in June 1984!

During the decades prior to 1984 Hindus, the majority community, were politically considered ZERO in Hindusthan, and the country’s internal affairs, since PARTITION, were firmly in the grip of ANTI HINDU (“Hindu bashing”) Nehru Dynasty, notorious for TREASON, TREACHERY, CORRUPTION & SCAMS. (Even today many Hindu MP’s in Parliament in New Delhi, consider it a big thrill and a great “honour” to be spoken to by the Italian-born Sonia Maino Gandhi, President of All-India Congress Party.)

Mr Vaz was treated like the VVIP by Rajiv Gandhi (the “Bachcha Saqqa” type of) Prime Minister of Partitioned India and invited to address BOTH the Houses of Parliament in New Delhi, a rare honour for the man born in Aden and a Non Hindu but a close friend of “Bofors Chor” (Rajiv) & Dynasty!

The irony is that it is the Gujarati HINDU (as secular & clueless BEFORE as AFTER the Partition of India!) vote that put Mr Vaz in MP’s office in London!
Courtesy, Wikipedia:
Vaz was born in 1956 in Aden, to parents from the Indian state of Goa, which accounts for his Goan-Portuguese surname. A previous British MP of Goan background was Ernest Soares. Vaz is a distant relative of Saint Joseph Vaz, a 17th-century missionary.[1] He moved to England with his family in 1965, settling in Twickenham.[2] His father worked in the airline industry, while his mother held two jobs as a teacher and in Marks & Spencer. Vaz's father committed suicide when his son was 14.[3]
Nigel Keith Anthony Standish Vaz (born 26 November 1956) is a British Labour Party politician who, as the Member of Parliament (MP) for Leicester East since the 1987 general election, is the British Parliament's longest-serving British Asian MP.

Keith Vaz reportedly quitting home affairs body after male escort allegations

By PA Sep 4, 2016

Updated: Sep 4th 2016 11:00 AM


Labour MP Keith Vaz is reportedly standing down as chairman of the influential Commons Home Affairs committee after a newspaper alleged he paid for the services of male escorts.

The newspaper reported that Mr Vaz had issued a statement to them, saying: "I have referred these allegations to my solicitor Mark Stephens, of Howard Kennedy, who will consider them carefully and advise me on what is published."

In a statement issued to the Mail on Sunday, the Leicester East MP said: "I am genuinely sorry for the hurt and distress that has been caused by my actions, in particular to my wife and children.

"I will be informing the Committee on Tuesday of my intention to stand aside from chairing the sessions of the Committee with immediate effect."

Naz Shah, a member of the Home Affairs Committee, told Sky News she had spoken to Mr Vaz, adding "he has done the right thing" by standing aside.

A Labour Party spokeswoman told The Press Association: "Keith Vaz has issued a statement on this matter.

"As with all departmental select committees, Keith was elected to the chair of the Home Affairs Select Committee by the House of Commons, and his position is a matter for him and the House."

The Home Affairs Committee is currently probing a review of prostitution laws.

Former culture secretary John Whittingdale said that Keith Vaz's reported resignation seemed "sensible".

"I haven't read the whole of the allegations and therefore it's difficult to comment on them," he told Sky News's Murnaghan programme.

"But Keith Vaz as I understand it is that he will stand aside from the chairmanship of the select committee.

"Given the areas of which the committee is responsible, that does seem to me to be a sensible course of action. I wouldn't want to comment beyond that."

Labour shadow health secretary Diane Abbott said this was a "dreadful" experience for Mr Vaz, and his wife and children.

"I have known Keith for over 30 years, I think this must be a dreadful time for him, and his family - his wife and his two children. And I would rather not comment," she told Sky News.
4 Sep 16.
NB: Salute to the fearless ‘investigative journalism’ in Britain, light years ahead of the disreputable Indian “COOLIE” media.