Only one comment, JAI HO!!
Among the many governments that India has had, everybody is well aware which has been the bootlicking government. The present dispensation, though nothing to write home about, is still better in terms of protecting the interests of this country, and putting pressure on Pakistan to get its act in order. A whole lot of talk does not protect anybody’s interest. Nor does getting the army upto the border in a show of strength. It must not escape anybody’s attention that Pakistan after a very very long time has finally admitted that the terrorists that attacked India were of Pakistani origin. Howsoever much it tries to backtrack after this admission, the truth of the matter is that our government has been able to put the pressure on the Pakistani government to react to the pressure that has been building up.
Without doubt, US and other countries have also been putting pressure on Pakistan. But daresay, they have been putting pressure on Pakistan from early on for getting their work in the region done. It speaks volumes for the present government that their persistence has paid dividends, petty though they are.
It can safely be stated that the noose is inexorably drawing tighter for Pakistan.
The noose is ever so slowly tightening.
1. DSP K G Erda
On the Run
1. Inspector V S Gohil
1. Gujarat Education Minister Mayaben Kodnani
2. Former Vishwa Hindu Parishad leader Jaideep Patel
It is time that Mr. Modi becomes answerable to a few pertinent questions.
1. Does he believe in the Indian constitution and consequently the judiciary? (Y/N)
2. If NO, does he have the mandated authority to occupy the high office of Gujarat Chief Ministership that he has for so long adorned, and adorned rather fabulously well.
3. If YES, what is his reply to the findings of the Gujarat High Court which has ruled that the Godhra incident, which killed 59, was not an act of terror.
The court on Thursday, Feb 12, 2009, upheld the POTA review committee’s findings, which concluded there was no planned conspiracy in Godhra and that the incident was the result of the sudden provocation between passengers and vendors.
The court has categorically stated that it finds “the incident falling short of an act of terror.”
Apr 28, 2009
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