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THIS IS REAL SONIA GANDHI
UPA government had allowed food grains to rot and deliberately ignored a Supreme Court directive to distribute them to the poor.BEFORE THE DEATH OF RAJIV GANDHI SHE WAS INVOLVED IN BOFORS SCAM.
Child malnutrition in India
61.7 million Indian children ‘stunted’: UN report
UPA brings Food Security ordinance but grains still rotting in the
COMPARE UTTRAKHAND TRAGEDY ( 11,000 says UN it is man made ) WITH ITALIAN MARINE CASE DON’T YOU THINK SONIA GANDHI AND THE CONGRESS PARTY IS KILLING INDIANS TO GET VOTE.
IS SONIA GANDHI A REAL DEMON WHOSE PRESENCE IS KILLING CITIZENS OF INDIA.
IF SONIA GANDHI WAS A INDIAN THE ITALIAN MARINES WOULD BE IN PRISON AND HAVE BEEN SENTENCED TO DEATH. BUT SHE IS FROM ITALY SEE THE PATRIOTISM FOR ITALY.
FOR TWO ITALIANS SALMAN KURSHID IS WORKING LIKE A DOG WHICH SHOWS HIS TRUE COLORS.
DEATH OF INDIANS IS SIMPLY A VOTE ONE CAN EASILY UNDERSTAND BY THE UTTRAKHAND TRAGEDY.
The number of tourists visiting Uttarakhand is much more than the population of the State.
SO ONE CAN IMAGINE THOUSANDS OR IT MAY BE IN LAKHS OF PILIGRIMS HAVE DIED . THAT WHY FOR A PERIOD OF TIME OTHER POLITICAL PARTIES WERE NOT ALLOWED TO ENTER UTTARAKHAND.
Thousands have been devastated by the flash floods and rains in Uttarakhand.
UTTRAKHAND TRAGEDY IS POLITICALLY CREATED BY THE CONGRESS TO GET VOTES ON DEAD BODIES OF INDIANS. ANY OTHER COUNTRY CAN MAKE IT OUT WITH THE SERIES OF EVENTS WHICH HAVE HAPPENED.
Uttarakhand tragedy: disaster preparedness at major pilgrimage sites
THIS IS REAL RAJIV GANDHI
Main article: 1984 anti-Sikh riots
Meeting Russian Hare Krishna devotees in 1989.
At a Boat Club rally 19 days after the assassination of Indira Gandhi, Rajiv said: “Some riots took place in the country following the murder of Indiraji. We know the people were very angry and for a few days it seemed that India had been shaken. But, when a mighty tree falls, it is only natural that the earth around it does shake a little.”
This statement sent a wrong signal to the authorities, who adopted a callous approach of not allowing the truth to come out despite the government setting up probe panels one after the other, including two full fledged judicial commissions (the first headed by retired Chief Justice of India Ranganath Misra and the second by former apex court judge G.T. Nanavati). As mentioned in the book ‘When a Tree Shook Delhi’ by senior advocate H.S. Phoolka and journalist Manoj Mitta (who have based the details of the book mainly on evidence produced before the nine panels and trial courts and high courts in the form of sworn affidavits by witnesses), the police ironically cracked down on the Sikh victims, who had been defending their properties when they were attacked by hooligans led by local Congress leaders.
Main article: Bhopal disaster
On 2 December 1984, in the worst ever industrial accident in world history, a chemical leak from the Union Carbide plant caused over 16,000 claimed deaths and left more than half a million injured. The CEO of Union Carbide Warren Anderson was arrested on manslaughter charges by the Indian authorities but later allowed to post bail and escape to the US, after which he refused to return to India despite various extradition efforts.
There have been doubts surrounding the events that led to the escape of Anderson from India. It was speculated that Rajiv advised the then chief minister of Madhya Pradesh Arjun Singh to aid in the escape of Anderson. In 2010, the district magistrate of Bhopal came out with the statement that the judiciary and police were advised to provide bail to Anderson and to escort him safely to a government plane. P. C. Alexander, former principal secretary to the prime minister, said that Rajiv had made the decision to let Warren Anderson escape the country. The opposition parties condemned the act, claiming it to be unpatriotic.
Main article: Bofors scandal
Rajiv Gandhi’s finance minister, V. P. Singh, uncovered compromising details about government and political corruption, to the consternation of Congress leaders. Transferred to the Defence ministry, Singh uncovered what became known as the Bofors scandal, involving tens of millions of dollars – concerned alleged payoffs by the Swedish Bofors arms company through Italian businessman and Gandhi family associate Ottavio Quattrocchi, in return for Indian contracts. Upon the uncovering of the scandal, Singh was dismissed from office, and later from Congress membership. Rajiv Gandhi himself was later personally implicated in the scandal when the investigation was continued by Narasimhan Ram and Chitra Subramaniam of The Hindu newspaper. This shattered his image as an honest politician; he was posthumously cleared over this allegation in 2004.
Opposition parties united under Singh to form the Janata Dal coalition. In the 1989 election, the Congress suffered a major setback. With the support of Indian communists and the Bharatiya Janata Party, Singh and his Janata Dal formed a government. Rajiv Gandhi became the Leader of the Opposition, while remaining Congress president. While some believe that Rajiv and Congress leaders influenced the collapse of V. P. Singh’s government in October 1990 by promising support to Chandra Shekhar, a high-ranking leader in the Janata Dal, sufficient internal contradictions existed, within the ruling coalition, especially over the controversial reservation issue, to cause a fall of government. Rajiv’s Congress offered outside support briefly to Chandra Sekhar, who became Prime Minister. They withdrew their support in 1991, and fresh elections were announced.
In his book, Unknown Facets of Rajiv Gandhi, Jyoti Basu and Indrajit Gupta, released in November 2013, former CBI director Dr A P Mukherjee wrote that Rajiv Gandhi wanted commission paid by defence suppliers to be used exclusively for the purpose of meeting expenses of running the Congress party. Mukherjee said Gandhi explained his position in a meeting on 19 June 1989, during a meeting between the two at the Prime Minister’s residence.