Whatever the actual conduct, at the core of a political party is its nationalist ideology, which is accepted or rejected by the people during elections, depending the manner in which translates into governance. A political party which does not divulge its foreign policy and security agenda is anti-national.
Any political party which relies on country’s instability for growth is anarchist and anti-national. Activism can be national and anti-national, creative and destructive. Negative and anti-national activism destroys concepts of hard work, production and progress. It creates cynicism amongst the populace and negates demographic dividends. This is what the inimical forces are doing to India through their proxies which include terrorist outfits, NGOs and political parties. If the agenda of AAP was purely nationalistic it would have never split from Anna.
The Asian Centre for Human Rights report has alleged that the Indian government’s funding of non-government organizations (NGOs) is a huge scam.
Amidst all the chaos over whether Wal-Mart has really paid anybody in India to lobby on their behalf or not, some very vital facts are being ignored.
A one stop digital resource to read/view/listen about all the relevant information related to the mining mess in the country and massive corruption attached to it.
Don’t be surprised. After all, our government is open for business only to those who pay an entry fee!
There will be no change until there is a sagacious leader who has the moral temerity to appeal and challenge the conscience of the people at large.
There is no one to own responsibility. The concept of collective responsibility which is the bedrock of parliamentary democracy has been killed in India.
Prashant Bhushan, one of India’s leading advocates, is facing contempt proceedings after he alleged in an interview that eight of the last 16 Chief Justices of India were corrupt. His father and India’s former law minister, Shanti Bhushan, recently sought to implead himself in the contempt petition filed against his son.
The father-son duo’s attempt to cleanse India’s higher judiciary of corruption is courageous but former attorney general Soli Sorabjee thought otherwise.
The letter is in response to the unfortunate remarks by a very senior legal luminary.
The investigation agencies should also concentrate on the bribe givers and reveal their identities. The government and agencies should not act in a partisan manner (as they usually do) of revealing what is in their political interest and not in their economic interest. Is the government also culpable of bribe taking like Koda allegedly is?
All the MoUs signed by Koda should be canceled as they are anti-nation and anti-people. They have been signed for bribes and do not benefit the nation.