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Now its time for all the Biharis, Jharkhandis and UPites (bhayyas) to flee Gujarat b’coz Raj Thackeray is the new friend of Narendra Modi. Raj Thackeray joined Modi in his Sadbhavana rally and openly supported Modi’s Prime Ministerial candidate. Not only Raj Tackeray but also Punjab Chief Minister Prakash Singh Badal, whose police force committed atrocities on Bihari/Jharkhandi/Odishi/UP migrant labourers in Ludhiana was seen sharing podium with Modi.

Not only these regionalistic issues are going to crop up, but also wide scale misuse of law and law enforcement agencies are going to scale up, as was done during the tenure of Indira Gandhi. With supporters like Raj Thackeray and Prakash Singh Badal, Narendra Modi will for sure support or keep mute at their anti-migrants politics. The migrants who were in somewhat better condition in Gujarat till now, will have to now join the similar fate met by their friends in Punjab and Mumbai.

Another major controversy cropping up these days is the arrest of Gujarat cadre IPS officer Sanjay Bhatt. Bhatt who calls himself to be whistle blower and only ‘messiah police officer’ of muslims in Gujarat was arrested on the serious charges of abduction and coercing another police constable into giving false affidavit. The case being sub judice, I leave it to judiciary to unveil the truth behind the story, but surely the arrest of a senior Police officer will not only downgrade the morals of other police officers throughout the country but also anger and prejudice them against Narendra Modi. IPS officers in Gujarat  are already changing their cadres or opting for deputation to central government’s departments.

It has been long tested and successful theory of Congress government to put all the blame on the police officers and other bureaucrats and walk away clean handed. The mother who gave birth to this tactics is no other than Indira Gandhi. During Emergencies, widespread loot and crime was made by Indira Gandhi through police officers. Booth capturing at the local elections, assassinations of political opponents, threat and coercive measures were all done by police officers on the orders of Indira Gandhi. But soon after the emergency times were over and a peace loving non Congress Government came to power at the centre, Indira Gandhi sidelined herself by saying that all the crimes were committed by the police officers on their own and she has no relationship with them. The police officers were arrested in dozens and quintals.

Even in recent times, we see the same trend of Congress govt. in throwing up all the blame on police and simply walking away. Be it the case of baton charge on Ramdev’s rally or arrest of Anna Hazare, the Home MInistry has only one thing to say – ‘Go and ask Police Commissioner, we don’t know anything’. Recently Pranab Da sidelined himself from 2G controversy by saying that the letter sent by his office was not his but drafted and sent by his ministry’s bureaucrats.

At least this was not the case with BJP govt till now. But now everything seems to be carbon copies. All politicians are of similar origin. Police being used again. Courts being made temples of God Modi, whistle blowers being put behind bars and Human Rights activists being sidelined. Every game has rules – including politics. The rule, although loosely, is followed by almost all the civilized nations, except India. Here politicians only indulge in making press statements and that too about works the other party did during their regime. BJP blames congress for being corrupt, Congress hits back by saying, ‘what you did during your tenure to fight corruption’. No one is interested in present or future, only blame game and mudslinging is the rule. What will common man do? There are fasts being carried out for 72 hrs in the name of sadbhavana, but what about the 70% of the Indian population who is 365 days a year on fast (Tendulkar committee report says 70% of India’s population survives on less that 20 rupees per day, less than half a dollar).


Well when Narendra Modi is only the Chief Minister, he is creating tremors, what will happen if he becomes the Prime Minister – The Indira Gandhi Part II. However for now I would like to warn the Biharis and other similars to start finding some other alternatives – Gujarat is not going to be the same again. Oh but what if Modi becomes the PM, Prakash Singh Badal becomes the Deputy PM and Raj Thackeray becomes the Home Minister, where will all the Biharis, UPites and Jharkhandis go.

However to counter Prakash Singh Badal we have our true friends – The Kangaroos. No surprise why there is increase in violence against Punjabi (i stress Punjabi, not Indian) students in Australia. Australian Police chief has advised Punjabi students to not to wear expensive clothes in the market, not to use iPods in public, to dress poorly so that Australian students may show some pity on them. Rightly said – What goes around, comes around. “We Love We Love AUSSIE AUSSIE AUSSIE…..”


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Posted by on October 3, 2011 in SOCIAL


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controversially YOUR VENDETTA

I characterize it as publicity stunts. You may differ. I find similarities between Shoiab Akhtar and a  bania (shopkeeper) who once advertised that the local MLA has told his secretary to fetch better rice and pulses than his shop for her daughter’s marriage b’coz he was envy (scared in shoaib’s case) of his quality.

The drama started on 23rd Sept around noon when few minutes before the launch of his book in Delhi, he tried to raise a controversy by saying Sachin was scared of him. After being successful in his plan, he tried to rest the hurricane by giving clarifications the very same evening. But till then the ball was out of his court. Not only Indians but also the Pakistan’s famous cricket players were disgusted at his comment. But was THIS the shoaib actually intended?


And now its Shahid Afridi who says that he has seen Sachin’s legs shaking (literally) while facing Rawalpindi Express. Mr Shahid Afridi seems to be a glib liar whose smoothness itself is suspicious. Both of them know that they are lying – not only both of them but nearly every cricketer and cricket fans are aware of this. Pakistan Cricket Board has gone far to say that Shoiab was a problem for them when inside the team and now also when outside the team.

His autobiography may not have yet reached the readers but the contents are already out. Search the net and you will find the excerpts quoted form his book. So Mr Shoiab, Mission Accomplished. Your book is going to be this year’s best seller. Cheers!

A brief intro:

Well the book marks Akhtar’s journey from an economically deprived childhood, when his family couldn’t even afford new clothes for Eid, to breaking into the Pakistani team, to becoming the man that broke the 100mph barrier.

Keeping with the title and his career record, the book is filled with  controversial revelations and is mainly a work of personal vendetta. In his autobiography, Akhtar termed the former IPL Commissioner Lalit Modi and Shahrukh Khan as cheats who swindled him out of his fair share of the IPL money and has revealed that Shahrukh Khan never wanted him in his team, the Kolkata Knight Riders, but it was Sourav Ganguly who got him included.

Akhtar has taken jibes at his former captains in the book saying that Wasim Akran wanted to end his career and that Shoaib Malik was a PCB ‘stooge’.

Taking a dig at the Indian greats, Sachin Tendulkar and Rahul Dravid, Akhtar has called them as ‘not match winners’ and considers Dravid to be better than the little master. He says that neither Dravid nor Sachin knew how to finish matches.

He also accused Tendulkar of being scared of him and his scorching pace and cites an incident that happened in Faisalabad where he believed Tendulkar chickened out.

Talking about ball tampering and his two suspensions by the ICC for the offense, Akhtar admits to tampering with the ball and even cites examples of how he doctored the ball on different occasions

Leveling accusations at his contemporaries in the Pakistani team, Akhtar has revealed that all Pakistani fast bowlers indulged in ball tampering. He even narrates an incident where an unnamed Pakistani cricketer switched the ball in the umpires pocket during lunch session so that he could make it reverse swing.


These revelations and his journey from poor childhood to the status he achieved may not be interesting enough to make you put down you other works and spend few hours reading them; there are hundreds of other such biographies in the market. John Wright’s autobiography ‘Indian Summers’ revealed more interesting secrets from ‘inside the dressing room’. Similarly South African cricketer Herschelle Gibbs autobiography ‘To the Point’ is more sensational and controversial if you compare it to Shoiab’s. Gibbs disclosed drinking, drugs and sexual intimacies as day to day life of cricketers and even cited few examples when his team members were busy smoking Hashish on West Indies tour and involved in group sex on Australian tour in 1998-99. So if you only want to read masala and recipies of cricketer’s secret life there are better books in the market. However, Shoiab and his publisher won’t mind b’coz after all these dramas they would be looking forward to sell a million copies in the very first week.

By looking at these publicity stunts coming up in bollywood and cricket world, even I am thinking of publishing my autobiography and guess what my book is going to sell over 10 million copies, you know why. No you guessed wrong – not b’coz my story is great but b’coz before the release I am going to make a press statement that Mr Manmohan Singh’s economic policies during 1990s were actually mine… he stole it form me.


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Posted by on October 2, 2011 in SOCIAL


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