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tasneempati
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Unread post by tasneempati » Tue May 13, 2014 5:53 am

All exit polls giving BJP 272 + Seats in Coming Lok Sabha Elections.

Barack Obama faces the prospect this week of having to offer his congratulations to MODI who was barred from the United States less than 10 years ago over massacres of Muslims in 2002.

It is crsytal clear that BJP will be governing India for coming five years with the support of Hindu Supermasict groups like RSS, VHP etc. etc.

In 2002 Modi has committed "crimes against humanity and other serious human violations of human rights, although he denies that.

Congress is on the path of self destruction. Arvind Kezriwal is novice & he did sucide by quitting Delhi.

Tough time for Muslims in India.

No one is sure about Bohra's prospects under MODI rule although he shared common platform

with Bohra Syedna.



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Unread post by Bohra spring » Tue May 13, 2014 7:05 am

Regardless that SMS is an ally of Modi, what we have to respect that democracy has produced a leader .

Modi is now on the path of prime ministership , whatever we say will not change the outcome.

If majority of Indians have chosen him through a transparent and fair process and ignored the accusations then that is democracy.

Get used to it otherwise Muslims will be further marginalised. Those who are victims can continue legal battles but I wonder what chance there is to get modi found guilty.



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Unread post by Sufi monk » Tue May 13, 2014 7:15 am

I pity those who voted for Modi, but any ways ALLAH has his own plans, so lets wait and see.



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Unread post by ghulam muhammed » Tue May 13, 2014 4:12 pm

Jab Diya bujhne lagta hai tab sab se zyada roshni deta hai.



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Unread post by wise_guy » Tue May 13, 2014 5:47 pm

To all who argue over Modi becoming PM, Pakistan is ruled by Muslims. Are muslims still safe in Pakistan? We need to rise over religion in all aspects. What did congress do in the last 10 years. It had a decade to rule and has almost brought the country to its knees. In such circumstances, Modi is the only leader that seems to be proper (if Gujarat riots are kept aside ). Remember, Congress regime killed more Sikhs during 1984 anti Sikh riots. Still, it formed several governments after that.



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Unread post by humanbeing » Wed May 14, 2014 3:47 am

WG

Sadly Surprised to read your support for NaMo. By any standards, NaMo is not a competent leader. I understand congress govt may not have prospered the country. Another viable option to support would be Kejriwal, But please, not NaMo.

He is a murderer and a very very racist man. Not only muslims, but everyone may suffer under his rule. After dividing people into hindu-muslim-christians, they will not stop and further divide them into hindu sub castes.

NaMo is not only greedy for money, but highly communal and power hungry to establish caste system rule to please his role models (RSS and VHP)



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Unread post by tasneempati » Wed May 14, 2014 4:05 am

Agreed with you. Muslims are safer in India than Pakistan/Afghanistan.
wise_guy wrote:To all who argue over Modi becoming PM, Pakistan is ruled by Muslims. Are muslims still safe in Pakistan? We need to rise over religion in all aspects. What did congress do in the last 10 years. It had a decade to rule and has almost brought the country to its knees. In such circumstances, Modi is the only leader that seems to be proper (if Gujarat riots are kept aside ). Remember, Congress regime killed more Sikhs during 1984 anti Sikh riots. Still, it formed several governments after that.



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Unread post by wise_guy » Wed May 14, 2014 10:14 am

Dear humanbeing, Kejriwal had got the opportunity when he became the Delhi Chief Minister and a chance to prove his mantle but what did he do. He quit in few days and that has not gone down well with people in regards to his reputation. Tell me, what do you think of that. Ok, did you oppose Congress all long since last two decades whenever they were in power. Remember, more Sikhs were killed in 1984 after Indira's assassination than in Gujarat riots.
humanbeing wrote:WG

Sadly Surprised to read your support for NaMo. By any standards, NaMo is not a competent leader. I understand congress govt may not have prospered the country. Another viable option to support would be Kejriwal, But please, not NaMo.

He is a murderer and a very very racist man. Not only muslims, but everyone may suffer under his rule. After dividing people into hindu-muslim-christians, they will not stop and further divide them into hindu sub castes.

NaMo is not only greedy for money, but highly communal and power hungry to establish caste system rule to please his role models (RSS and VHP)



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Unread post by JC » Wed May 14, 2014 12:55 pm

tasneempati wrote:Agreed with you. Muslims are safer in India than Pakistan/Afghanistan.
wise_guy wrote:To all who argue over Modi becoming PM, Pakistan is ruled by Muslims. Are muslims still safe in Pakistan? We need to rise over religion in all aspects. What did congress do in the last 10 years. It had a decade to rule and has almost brought the country to its knees. In such circumstances, Modi is the only leader that seems to be proper (if Gujarat riots are kept aside ). Remember, Congress regime killed more Sikhs during 1984 anti Sikh riots. Still, it formed several governments after that.
Now why out of a blue moon you are worried about 'Muslims'?? Why don't you say since Muffat-Dal is friends with Modi you will favour Modi, come whatever..!! If your Master decides otherwise you will immediately switch sides. Muslims are indeed safe in Pakistan and Afghanistan, there is NO threat to Islam there, sadly there are fights amongst Muslims, but there are so many factors to that ......... Economy, Illetracy, Others Vested Interests and alike; people do not want to fight, they want to peacefully co-exist ..........

Remember, for whatever reason Bohras are safer in Pakistan then they will be under a Modi government.



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Unread post by wise_guy » Wed May 14, 2014 1:05 pm

JC, you are far away from the ground reality my friend. The threat to muslims under Modi rule is just ur hallucination or paranoia. Tell me, where are bohras and other muslims being attacked killed? Its all over the news and media that Pakistan is a failed state without any law and order. Majority of Pakistanis are hopeless about their country and wanting to migrate to US or to any developed country. On the contrary, there is lot of hope among Indians with regards to their country.
JC wrote: Now why out of a blue moon you are worried about 'Muslims'?? Why don't you say since Muffat-Dal is friends with Modi you will favour Modi, come whatever..!! If your Master decides otherwise you will immediately switch sides. Muslims are indeed safe in Pakistan and Afghanistan, there is NO threat to Islam there, sadly there are fights amongst Muslims, but there are so many factors to that ......... Economy, Illetracy, Others Vested Interests and alike; people do not want to fight, they want to peacefully co-exist ..........

Remember, for whatever reason Bohras are safer in Pakistan then they will be under a Modi government.



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Unread post by ghulam muhammed » Wed May 14, 2014 3:59 pm

Bro wise_guy,

I agree that Congress is a devil and it is also responsible for the many communal riots that took place in last many years but Modi's case is totally different............ Whereas riots in Congress ruled states were political but the Gujarat 2002 riots (I prefer to call it Genocide) were "State sponsored" and totally based on Hindutva ideology. Modi is a staunch RSS pracharak and RSS alongwith its other saffron brigades like VHP, Bajrang Dal, Shiv Sena, Hindu Mahasabha etc have a strong agenda of making India a "Hindu Rasthra", the Gujarat Genocide was part of their agenda which was drafted well before Independence. To understand the ideology of these saffron brigades you have to just look at their past history, there are volumes of evidences to prove that Modi who is a RSS stooge have systematically injected the poison of communal hatred in order to drive away Muslims from India.



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Unread post by tasneempati » Sun May 18, 2014 3:12 am

By now all the parliamentry election results are declared . BJP has emerged as most powerful party with 282 seats on its own. India will be ruled by Saffron Brigade for coming 5 years. Modi will be sworn as PM on 20th May 2014.
Not a single Muslim MP in BJP's list. Muslims in India will not be presented in Lok Sabha even by a single MP. No good religious leaders for Muslim to put thier cause to government.
Looking to all these ground realities, my feeling is that Bohra religious leadership was really smart to maintain friendly relationship with Narendra Modi.
Other Muslim leaders shall take lessons from them.



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Unread post by wise_guy » Thu May 22, 2014 10:39 am

tasneempati wrote:By now all the parliamentry election results are declared . BJP has emerged as most powerful party with 282 seats on its own. India will be ruled by Saffron Brigade for coming 5 years. Modi will be sworn as PM on 20th May 2014.
Not a single Muslim MP in BJP's list. Muslims in India will not be presented in Lok Sabha even by a single MP. No good religious leaders for Muslim to put thier cause to government.
Looking to all these ground realities, my feeling is that Bohra religious leadership was really smart to maintain friendly relationship with Narendra Modi.
Other Muslim leaders shall take lessons from them.
There were muslim MPs before in previous governments. What milestone did they achieve for muslims. Majority of muslims are still socially and economically backwards in India inspite of Congress ruling for most part of the last 60+ years. So the notion that BJP government is death knell for muslims is absurd. Congress was no angelic either (remember the 1984 Sikh riots in which thousands of Sikhs were murdered by Congress agents). Muslims are themselves responsible for their plight today. Their exploding families (even though the family income is meagre), lack of education, wahabist mindset, deobandis and ulemas etc are the main reasons for the plight of muslims today. BJP and Hindu right are just the scapegoats.



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Unread post by wise_guy » Thu May 22, 2014 4:52 pm

This guy is speaking some sense though may not be fully true. One point he says that muslims should not allow themselves to be victims of vote bank politics is absolutely true.

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/new ... 488595.cms



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Unread post by tasneempati » Wed May 28, 2014 6:37 am

In the post election scenerio living in safforn India , muslim leadership shall learn from Dawoodi Bohra's. When you can not fight your enemies if they are very strong than better to make friendship with them. Wise decision on part of QJ BS by attending the oath ceremony of NaMo. ( NaMo reciprocated by offering QJ BS seat if front row.) This is true leadership quality.



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Unread post by rang » Wed May 28, 2014 7:15 am

JC wrote:
tasneempati wrote:Agreed with you. Muslims are safer in India than Pakistan/Afghanistan.
Now why out of a blue moon you are worried about 'Muslims'?? Why don't you say since Muffat-Dal is friends with Modi you will favour Modi, come whatever..!! If your Master decides otherwise you will immediately switch sides. Muslims are indeed safe in Pakistan and Afghanistan, there is NO threat to Islam there, sadly there are fights amongst Muslims, but there are so many factors to that ......... Economy, Illetracy, Others Vested Interests and alike; people do not want to fight, they want to peacefully co-exist ..........

Remember, for whatever reason Bohras are safer in Pakistan then they will be under a Modi government.
Proxy war going inside Pakistan. America + Israel and India behind it. Last year when the Pakistan Army killed 8 Terrorist in Baluchistan , after medical examination it was found they were not Circumcised . It's all just politics. No one is against any one.



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Unread post by tasneempati » Mon Jun 02, 2014 6:00 am

http://www.bhaskar.com/article-ht/NAT-o ... 8-PHO.html
Read the news article by clicking on above link:
It says top RSS leadres met Modi & Rajnath Singh to force NCERT to include compulsory teaching of Veds & Upanishads in all Indian schools.

This is what they mean by " Acche din aane wale hain".



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Unread post by SBM » Mon Jun 02, 2014 11:07 am

tasneempati wrote:http://www.bhaskar.com/article-ht/NAT-o ... 8-PHO.html
Read the news article by clicking on above link:
It says top RSS leadres met Modi & Rajnath Singh to force NCERT to include compulsory teaching of Veds & Upanishads in all Indian schools.

This is what they mean by " Acche din aane wale hain".
so what now JAMEA will also teach Vedas and Upanishads too since Kothari Goons are close to Modis



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Unread post by wise_guy » Mon Jun 02, 2014 12:21 pm

Heights of hallucination - :D
America, Israel and India don't have any other issues than to meddle in Pakistan.. lol
rang wrote:
Proxy war going inside Pakistan. America + Israel and India behind it. Last year when the Pakistan Army killed 8 Terrorist in Baluchistan , after medical examination it was found they were not Circumcised . It's all just politics. No one is against any one.



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Unread post by dal-chaval-palidu » Tue Jun 03, 2014 1:08 am

This is sad, just so sad. I am sure some people have heard of this.


http://www.bhaskar.com/article/UP-siste ... 5-NOR.html

The thing that is so beyond words is the picture that the newspaper published in the above link. Should they not have some sensitivity and not put such a ghastly picture?

Is there some "code of conduct" and restriciton and would such a picture violate it?



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Unread post by tasneempati » Tue Jun 10, 2014 5:53 am

Modi's Declared Agenda is All Round Progress (Aacche Din Aane Wale Hai).
But his Hidden (Real) Agenda is { *BJP’s election manifesto's hidden agenda* } of creating violence by introducing a Common Civil Code and promises to build a Ram Mandir.



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Unread post by tasneempati » Sun Aug 31, 2014 6:19 am

Now Modi is about to complete 100 days in Parliament.
His big achievements are :
1. The Planning Commission that existed for 50 years scrapped as it had not moved with the times. Is likely to be replaced by a think tank.
2. The previous government's 62 panels, called Groups of Ministers (GOMs) and Empowered Groups of Ministers (EGOMs), supposed to aid the decision-making process scrapped. Modi says there would be one decision-making centre.
3. Collegium or internal system of making appointments to the higher judiciary scrapped in favour of a commission comprising the prime minister and the chief justice of India.
4. Ambitious financial inclusion scheme - Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana - launched with 15 million bank accounts opened and each of the holders provided Rs.100,000 insurance cover on the first day. First phase target of 75 million account holders advanced to Jan 26, 2015, from Aug 14 that year.
5. Cancelled Aug 25 foreign secretary-level talks with Pakistan after Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit invited Kashmiri separatists for talks. Seen as the government's tough side.
6. Modi prioritising relations with Asian nations as a part of government's Look East policy, visiting Bhutan and Nepal, followed by Japan Aug 30-Sep 3. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yia's visit to India is seen as a positive development for bettering relations between the two countries.

Some tough challenges lying ahead are:
1. Controlling inflation. Price of daily commodities are rising spirally making it difficult for an average Indian's daily life.
2. Panel created to locate the estimated Rs.50,000 crore ($8 billion) in 'black money' estimated to have been stashed away in tax havens abroad has not done anything till now.
3. Communal elements in his own party need to be crushed.



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Unread post by Dr Fatema » Thu Sep 25, 2014 4:56 am

People in India are celebrating successful mission of Mangalyan ( Mission to MARS).
As an Indian I am also proud for this great achievement by our scientists and technocrates and all other people associate with this mission.
But I am equally surprised to see comments by fellow citizens for giving credit to MODI & BJP government.
In fact all credit shall go to CONGRESS as this mission was concieved and carried out during CONGRESS RAJ.



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Unread post by tasneempati » Wed Oct 01, 2014 7:01 am

Congress Reaction to MODI's US tour :
Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his meeting with CEOs in US, Congress today said for all the "hype and hoopla" it was a "damp squib".
Amongst the participants only one company falls in the list of top 20 of the fortune 500 companies, only four companies that Modi met are listed in the top fifty of the list.
"It is to be noted that amongst the representatives of 17 companies that Modi met in the US, all 17 already have investment in India
"It is always expected that a Prime Minister representing 1.2 billion people will get a good reception and audience among the 3.5 million-strong Indian diaspora living in America and Canada. He appeared to have been carried away.
People of India elected a Prime Minister to represent India. But he has lived up to the words of his own mentor, LK Advani, of being a very good event promoter, event manager," Congress said.

The former Congress commerce minister said it would have been good had Modi been "gracious enough to acknowledge the role of many of his predecessors instead of ridiculing and insulting them" when he referred to India's notable achievements in the last 60 years.

At an official party briefing, Congress spokesman Raj Babbar said that when Modi talked of India's transition from being a "country of snakes" to that of mouse-wielding youngsters, he had praised the contributions of former Prime Minister the late Rajiv Gandhi in ushering in an IT revolution in the country.



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Unread post by tasneempati » Thu Oct 02, 2014 4:06 am

Chaiwala to P.M. to Jhaduwala...... May be he can provide quality services to U.S.A.
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Unread post by qutub_mamajiwala » Mon Jun 20, 2016 10:13 am

How the #DeepState works: Did the Congress 'steal' the 2004, 2009 polls?


The BJP government was popular, and seemed to be a shoo-in in the general elections. But, to everyone's surprise, the Congress came to power in the general election

It sounded too good to be true, and it probably was too good to be true. My new conjecture is that, in fact, the election was stolen, using electronic voting machine fraud.

In the aftermath of 26/11 and its stunning demonstration of the Congress' incompetence and indifference to national interests, it was astonishing that they won the general election.

http://www.rediff.com/news/column/did-t ... 160620.htm



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Unread post by qutub_mamajiwala » Tue Feb 21, 2017 3:51 am

https://swarajyamag.com/politics/enemy- ... -discourse

The Congress and its allies have been opposing amendments proposed to the Enemy Property Act arguing that it hurts Indian citizens.

The opposition should ask themselves why they are willing to sacrifice national security at the altar of electoral politics

It is said that laws are the cornerstone of a healthy democracy. But often, the very representatives of our democracy, who are entrusted with the responsibility of upholding the law in the interest of the nation, have not only abused the law but ignored essential steps towards the protection of its sovereignty. The Enemy Property Act, 1968, is one such piece of legislation that has been sidelined for decades because of petty electoral politics, until recently.

The Enemy Property Act, 1968, was enacted by the Government of India after the Chinese aggression of 1962 and India's war with Pakistan in 1965. It ensured that the government was the custodian of "enemy property". Per this law, the government had the right to acquire the property of those people who, after the respective wars, had migrated to China or Pakistan (later included Bangladesh).

Pakistan’s Ordinance No VII of 1947 prevented evacuees from selling or exchanging property. At the time, Pakistan had brazenly asked India to pass a similar law (when the Government of India protested). Pakistan then promulgated the Evacuee Property Ordinance (1949) in which case an individual, even if they were a citizen of Pakistan, who had a distant relative that had migrated to India, would have their property be tagged as "evacuee property".

Since then, China, Pakistan and Bangladesh have all managed to dispose the enemy property within their borders.

This delay was probably for the best since this bill, if passed, contained certain dubious clauses that would result in properties worth thousands of crores being seized by the Government of India to be returned to the claimants. The amendment marked 2 July 2010 as the cutoff date, which would mean that any property returned to a lawful heir before said date would stay with that person.

It is essential to note that enemy properties are those which were (and should be) seized by the government when the owner displayed disloyalty at a time of national crisis, helped aggressor nations and/or opted for the nationality of such aggressors. By its very definition, it is evident that the law was meant to protect the sovereignty of the nation regardless of the religion of the "enemy".


https://swarajyamag.com/politics/enemy- ... -discourse