In a message dated 01/09/2013 13:35:46 GMT Daylight Time, email@example.com writes:
SUB:- Shenanigans of the Country's Attorney General - His hatchet job of Gen V K Singh
A word about Sri Rajaram:-
N S Raja Ram (Navaratna Srinivasa Rajaram) is a Mathematician, holds a Ph.D. degree in mathematics from Indiana University (US). He has published papers on Statistics in the 1970s, on Artificial intelligence and Robotics in the 1980s.
He is notable for his publications with the Voice of India publishing house focusing on the "Indigenous Aryans" controversy in Indian politics, in some instances in co-authorship with David Frawley.
He's also a member of Folks Magazine's Editorial Board since 2009.
Vahnavati (Janab Goolam Hussein Essaji Vahanvati Saheb) is the 13th Attorney General for India. He is the first Muslim to hold the post and is close to Pakistani outfits. So he must have taken special delight in doing a hatchet job on General V.K. Singh who represented the army that has defeated Pakistan several times.
Vahanvati was the man who did the hatchet job on General VK Singh in the Supreme Court when the General's petition was argued in January - February 2012.
His litany of offences is much longer than what can be analysed in one article. The man has subverted the Constitution and the law of the land.
There seems to be a pattern in the systematic damage of the national institutions by the UPA Government which has given up hopes of coming to power. It wants to inflict as much damage as possible before leaving. This is opening up opportunities for mean spirited anti-nationals like Vahnavati and their ilk.
The next government will have a tough time restoring confidence and credibility. The first thing it must do is establish a Truth Commission that investigates these characters who engaged in anti-national activities, from helping the likes of Quattrocchi and Vadra to those undermining national security.
Make an example of some high profile people like Vadra, Vahnavati Etc, and hand them stiff sentences so there is some fear of the law.