On the leaking UPA2

September 3, 2010 at 2:16 am 7 comments

How long will you abuse our patience, Oh Chidambaram!

‘One begins to wonder: is this government serious about reforming the revenue’ (a leading paper in its editorial on 1st Sept.) But it is not just in the revenue area, in all areas from Sports and Games, Cricket, Security, Army, Police, Black money stashing, Illegal Mining, Education, Judiciary-every single area of governance the UPA 2 is not serious in reforming. It does not have the political will nor the integrity to plug the loop holes, to streamline to reform. This is a leaking government – a government which seeks power without responsibility and like a leech sucks the blood of the people. The people are held prisoners-helpless with no democratic weapon to fight back. Jug Suraiya so vividly and pointedly stated in his article, ‘Whose boycott?’(TOI-1st Sept) because you can’t boycott someone or something that has already boycotted you’. He is right-the UPA2 has boycotted the people-the farmers, the aam admis, the tribals, and as he says ‘it is becoming increasing clear that our present day- powers -that -be have boycotted us long before we could boycott them, or any of their projects’. The UPA2 headed by the Congress is thoroughly corrupt. It is a government of the corrupt for the corrupt by the corrupt. Look at the blatant way in which it functions.

To retain power it yields to its allies-so A.Raja stays, Suresh Kalmadi stays, Pawar stays even when the poor starves while the rats fatten themselves. Does he not know the difference between a Supreme Court order and a suggestion? Should not Pawar be held guilty of contempt of Court? These high and mighty people are above the law-everything and everyone simply continues as though nothing has happened. There is no public probity and minimum grace to at least apologize. Take P.Chidambaram’s ‘saffron’ terror-surely it is politically, linguistically, culturally and religiously wrong-yet neither he nor the PM had thought it appropriate to apologize. What does that indicate? Either the Congress purposely used ‘saffron’ terror to appease the Muslims or to give the impression that the Hindus are also involved in terrorism. Chidambaram’s statement was not a slip of the tongue. He was addressing the police chiefs and cautioning them to be vigil on ‘saffron’ terror. Chidambaram is one who thinks that he can simply talk his way through. No wonder one of the Congress leaders accused him of ‘intellectual arrogance’. But it looks that he is just not that but one who also indulges in petty politics. To gain votes he is being untruthful. When Chidambaram’s son- who is one of the trustees of the temple in Siva Ganga will hoist the temple ‘saffron’ flag then Chidambaram must realize that his statement is directed against all temples with the saffron flags-are the centers of terrorists’ activities. So his son is a leader of such activities? Chidambaram has abused and insulted all our sants and swamijis by that reference to ‘saffron’ terror. Without any fuss and with some humility he should apologize. Instead both he and the PM are silent and trying to ignore this. Does it mean that only votes count? Does it mean that consciences do not exist? Then where is integrity and truth? Can these be bartered off for votes? How can one always refer to the PM as a man of integrity and honesty? To abet dishonesty and corruption is equal to be dishonest and corrupt.

Chidambaram’s great bravado-that he stands by ‘saffron terror’ goes to reveal not only his intellectual arrogance but his intellectual dishonesty. To barter away truth for votes is a clear sign of lack of integrity-How many saffron terrors can PC enumerate. On the other hand what about the ‘green’ terror what about the Islamists patent for jihadi terrorism. PC as Home minister is fully equipped with this intelligence input. But he dare not state the truth because it will irk the Muslims and that may lead to vote bank erosion. So right or wrong-truth and untruth all get blurred in the vote bank politics. And as he claims ‘it has served its purpose’. Can he elaborate on that? What purpose has it served? He as HM has a great responsibility and not juggle with words and phases to serve a purpose. Well if it has served a purpose then why not withdraw it. A sign of greatness is the ability to display grace and humility-these two virtues are not assets of the Home Minister and so his party mate tagging him as intellectually arrogant is apt. But unfortunately that arrogance has blurred truth and judicious probity in public life. Where does the PM stand on these? The UPA 2 is a wrapper government with no governance-it is panels/commissions/committees Raj which means enormous finance expenditure. Still the MPs demanded a 300 percent salary hike to which the Finance minister yielded. What a shame and a free fall of the MPs under this regime. They who call themselves as People’s representatives were bargaining for a salary one rupee higher than the babus. The babus have a minimum qualification, and training. What qualification has the MPs? A babu’s peon even has a stipulated minimum qualification and if he was charged or involved in murder, nay even in cheating he will not be appointed. But look at our MPs their qualifications, their lack of training, their crores and crores and many of them involved directly and/ or indirectly with murder, cheating and corruption. For them we- the aam admis have to pay a salary. Can there be a greater injustice?

All this and more under the UPA2.No wonder it is aptly said that the government has boycotted the people. Self servers, with vested interested persons-they can do anything, say anything and get away. The money meant for the SCs/STs have been diverted for the Congress Wealth Games -accepts Chidambaram-So what, we will bring it back! It is as simple as that. But it is an unconstitutional act, the HM must know, and how glibly he stated that this unconstitutional diversion was done. Shows the depths to which this Congress led UPA 2 have fallen. Constitutional norms are given the go by and very arrogantly asserted in Parliament that it is so. It will not serve the Congress to take the people for a ride all the time. Like a smoking volcano the aam admis built up resentment and anger will erupt then woe to the Congress and its intellectually arrogant and intellectually dishonest Home Minister P.Chidambaram they will be washed away by the lava of justice and truth –spewed by –We the People.

Dr Mrs Hilda Raja Vadodara


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7 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Deivasikamani  |  September 4, 2010 at 12:12 pm

    It is pity that Childambaram is lowering his standard to satisfy Sonia Gandhi and to support her efforts to degrade the values of this nation.

    It is not the Maoists, but people like Chidambaram who are more dangerous to the unity and integrity of this nation.

    The youth of this nation should take responsibility to govern this country and send home cheap politicians like Chidambaram.

    • 2. hilda raja  |  September 4, 2010 at 12:51 pm

      Deivasikamani thank you for your comment-you are so correct.Terrorists are in power today no wonder they are supporting the ‘green’ terrorists and the ‘red’ terrorists.They are out to loot the people-day light and blatant abuse of power and shamelessly they gloat over their deeds.It is time to send them home as you have stated.Please do your mite in whatever way possible-every vote counts-every opinion must be based with such a motive.We need to dedicate ourselves to liberate the country.Second Freedom struggle on…Regards.HR

  • 3. S.Raguraman  |  September 5, 2010 at 4:12 am

    What shocked me more (or knowing the current trend of the paper, as I do, should not have shocked me at all) is that ‘the Hindu’ of Chennai ran an editorial on PC’ comments, the very next day of the comments, complimenting him ‘on his carefully worded statement’. “Carefully worded” to hurt Hindu sentiments and please the Muslim vote Banks? Only Ram can clarify.

  • 4. rakesh  |  September 5, 2010 at 2:30 pm

    The news that i hv come to know about the kerala professor is depressing. i hv come to know that he has lost his job after his hand.
    i request u mam to comment as i am not very well versed about the islamic hold of politics in kerala (like in up bihar or wb)

    • 5. hilda raja  |  September 6, 2010 at 5:45 pm

      It is shameful to say the least.The Newman college management cannot dismiss the Prof whose hand was chopped.If it has a genuine reason then why should it state that if the Muslim leaders say then they will take back the Professor.So that means the management is run on the dictates of the Muslim leaders.This because the Minority colleges can hire and fire as they please.They are above the law.I have been fighting towards removal of the Minority rights enshrined in the Constitution Arts 29 and 30.They follow their own rules and the government is helpless.
      The media is silent and has not come forward to take up the case.The Manangement if it had found something wrong then should have taken action even before the prof’s hand was chopped.Now after he has been maimed to again punish him shows that the management is all out only to please the Muslims and not to uphold justice.I am shocked that no Rights group in Kerala has taken up the case

  • 6. Sita  |  September 5, 2010 at 7:23 pm

    Happy Teacher’s Day Ma’am.To you and Sir. Many Thanks for lighting the lamp of knowledge for us.

    • 7. hilda raja  |  September 6, 2010 at 5:47 pm

      thank you Sita both of us received calls and emails on Teachers Day-It was a feeling of nostalgia as well as happiness to realise that after so many years former students still remember us.Thats the reward of being a teacher-a noble profession.I still remember you asa quiet serious student.Hope everything is fine your side.love from maam


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