The Prime Minister stands exposed

February 26, 2011 at 6:38 am 3 comments

The statement made by the Prime Minister in the Lok Sabha raised more questions than answers. His sneaky attitude to run away from the cruz of the problem is apparent. He harped on development when the nation is being rocked with corruption. Like bandicoots what development brings these rodents eat-they eat into the every entrails of the nation and one would have expected the Prime Minister to come clean on why the UPA 2 was beset with scams on all sides and why it took him so long even to admit and to counter these.

To stand before the House and vow that he would clean corruption is a false promise. He who had not stood by the solemn oath he took to uphold the integrity and security of the country-he who failed to act without fear or favor wants us to believe that he would clean corruption-that he would punish the guilty.

Why had he allowed corruption to seep to this extent when it was within his power to at least arrest it? Why dirty the whole system and then promise that the system would be cleansed? Why was he silent all these years? Why did he appoint Kapil Sibal to hold the brief for the tainted A.Raja and inform the House that there was no loss to the exchequer?

As an ordinary citizen I am perplexed on how the policy of 2G Spectrum was not on profit but on tele-density? When tele-density increased almost 60 percent how could .Raja follow the same pricing? Will the government at least supply essential commodities at the prices of 2003?

Why had the PM not come out even with these answers earlier? Why and how has he distanced himself from the 2G Spectrum fiasco now by saying that he had nothing to do with the 2G scam?

He and his party wanted to explain all these things but blames the Opposition for not allowing the winter session of Parliament. This is something false and a faked answer. Had they conceded to the JPC earlier we would have had the winter session. The Congress was hiding and running for cover-trying to buy time from facing Parliament when scams were raining all round it. And now conveniently blames the Opposition for the JPC demand. It seems to me that for every scam of the UPA it tries to dig out some scam of the NDA. So is it a competition of scam creation? Is it the logically answer that if we have scams you too had?

Above all why is he running for cover under the NDA policy? Then was he not in the Opposition and why had the Opposition not raised any objection?. Hear the economist of a PM state that policy and implementation are two different things as though nobody knows. Hiding under the policy of the NDA but putting on a brave front and annulling the same makes a joke of the whole G2 Spectrum and S-Band space segment  

The PM seems to be out of the loop always starting from Quottrochi’s loot and flight from India. The PM stands exposed when he blamed inflation on high international oil prices and government policies, which resulted in high economic growth. How can he as an economist fail to accede the fact that the wrong economic polices of the UPA resulted in inflation. We must thank our stars that the PM did not blame the scarcity of food grains on the rodents! He promises to clean up corruption but the million dollar question is why did he allow corruption at this rate and at this intensity and at this spread? Why was he a silent spectator? Had the Opposition not been aggressive and on the offensive would the PM and the Congress expose these scams and the corruption. Did they take the people of this country as fools? For years his silence allowed the loot of the country by A.Raja and the rest. Today we are assured by the PM that he will punish the guilty. Can we take him for his words? But then who is to punish him for his silence and inaction? On the whole the Prime Minister exposed himself as one who had no answers-as one who evades, but also as one who had no clothes to hide his total failure as the Prime Minister of the country. The Congress under Mrs Sonia Gandhi the extra-constitutional power centre and the PM who is a lame duck has to be thrown out lock stock and barrel.

Dr Mrs Hilda Raja,



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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Thirumaran Sankaramani  |  February 27, 2011 at 4:09 pm

    Ma’am, I watched-in horror and at the same time with dismay- Dr.Singh answering selective editors’ selective questions. Singh was totally uncomfortable stuttering and stammering mostly gasps and wind coming out with words thrown in between. It was really a horrible sight that a person widely believed and repeatedly touted to be a man of integrity trying to justify/wave away scams of colossal doubted the honesty of this person: what has an honest man to do with Congress party? Sonia Cong has influence over the English and electronic media and the interview was an orchestrated one. Only thing is there seems to be no takers this time. As you rightly said Sonia and Co., should be thrown out. But that would not be now. I wish the day would come sooner. Meanwhile you have to continue your crusade against corruption and other ills plaguing our country.

  • 2. Thirumaran Sankaramani  |  March 1, 2011 at 5:27 pm

    Ma’am, please correct add missing portion:”…trying to justify/wave away scams of colossal proportions. I have always wondered…”

  • 3. Thirumaran Sankaramani  |  March 1, 2011 at 5:28 pm

    Ma’am, please correct /add missing portion:”…trying to justify/wave away scams of colossal proportions. I have always wondered…”


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