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2526 Thu 8 Feb 2018 LESSON The Art of Cheating: Modi(Murderer of democratic institutions) Model
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The Art of Cheating: Modi(Murderer of democratic institutions) Model
Sankara Narayanan psn.1946@gmail.com [IHRO]
To:IHRO@yahoogroups.com
Cc:arkitect India,karmayog,Satark,focusorissa@yahoogroups.com
8 Feb at 4:26 AM

‘’MSP will be fixed at 1.5 times the cost of production”: FM.


“MSP is to be fixed above the cost of production. Let us say at present
it is fixed 1.2 times the cost of production. The farmer should have
been stress-free if this were the case. The fact that the farmers
continue to be in distress means the cost of production is calculated
wrongly. Jaitley has not resolved this basic anomaly. Paying 1.5 times
the wrong cost of production instead of 1.2 times the wrong cost of
production will not solve the problem”: Prof Bharat Jhunjhunwala.

MSP (X) = Cost of production (Y) x N times (Z).

Keeping the value of X static, Jaitley has decreased the value of Y and increased the value of Z.

Jumula style of fulfilling the poll promise to the farmers!

Mr. modi, Pakodanomics is far better than this shameless & outright cheating!!

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“Agriculture
has become a loss-making proposition around the world. Production is
rising but prices are stagnant or falling. This has led the developed
countries to make direct income transfers to the farmers”: Prof Bharat
Jhunjhunwala

India is an exception!

The
Indian state, the consuming public in general and the middle class
parasites in particular and the industrialists expect the farmers to
supply subsidised food & raw materials and perish in the process!!


https://www.rvcj.com/rss-in-the-list-of-biggest-terrorist-…/

RSS In The List Of Biggest Terrorist Organisation In The World
Rakshasa Swayam Sevaks,for America they are one of the biggest
terrorist organisation running in India.As per an US risk management
company, RSS is a stealth shadowy,discriminatory group that seeks to
establish a hindutva cult.

The
survey conducted by Terrorism Watch & Warning that provides
intelligence, research, analysis, watch and warning on international
terrorism and domestic terrorism related issues; and is operated by OODA
Group LLC included in its “Threat Group” in April 2014 but after the
BJP (Brashtachar Jiyadha Psychopaths) led by Murderer of democratic
institutions (Mopdi) sfter gobbling the Master key by tampering the
fraud EVMs and won elections are now emboldened.

The report have stated – “The RSS is a stealth,shadowy, discriminatory group that seeks to establish a hindutva cult
by its intolerance, hatred, anger delusion and violence against 99%
Sarvajan Samaj including, SC/STs/OBCs/ converted Religious minorities
which is defilement of their minds.

Talking about the terrorist
activity RSS perform, the website further added, “Violence has been a
strategy for the Sangh movement. . Hindutva has been clear about the
need for violence, particularly communal riots. The Sangh has incited
rioting to cause further chasms between religions, and thus a further
separation of religions, and to rally the Hindu community around the
philosophy of hindutva cult.”

The reports presented database on terrorism and safety related issues and somewhere down the line RSS fitted their bill.


Saffron Terrorist? or Hindutva?
rvcj.com
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=umJn98SPcsg

We alone can challenge and defeat the casteist, communal and pro-capitalist BJP (Brashtachar Jiyadha Psychopaths)!
Mayawati’s clarion call to the BSP’s sarvajan samaj workers to liberate the country from the clutches of fascist rule.


Know your Past
The three political thugs in
side out. First victims of these three thugs were sikhs. jainas and
Buddhist who were denied their fundamental recognition of their religion
and rights in the Marvelous Modern onstitution Article 25. were caged
and tagged as class and section of just 1% intolerant, cunning, crooked,
number one terrorists of the world violent, militant, ever shooting,
lynching lunatoc, mentally retarded chitpavan brahmin RSS (Rakshasa
Swayam Sevaks) against the 99% Sarvajan Samaj freedom of choice and
choose. This was the murder of unity.
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over one million killed for thier political Lust 1947?

 


                                   Hindutva private Army
                       
                        unaudit funding by the center goverment

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=umJn98SPcsg  click
here to watch.


  Nehru in neo Nazi uniform member RSS Hindu private army?.                                           
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  RSS neo Nazi
fascist outfit is the darling of Hind rashtar.nehru was active RSS
member deep down in his heart he was architect for Hindu rashtar.RSs is
involved in many undemocratic activities blowing
up samjhota train killing 60 innocent peoples and still not banned .


fascist salute. Modi (Murderer of democratic institutions)
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RSS hindutva cult girls are trained with modern weapons to bully the minorities.
Just think if Muslims, Sikhs and Christians sons and daughters start self policing themselves.they will be called terrorists.


Hindustan or Hindu Sathan or Hindu who has given these names?
Reality of name “Hindu”=please click on the link below to hear the truth

http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=kjkHI6PtrEY please click to listen

Like facebook page :
https://www.facebook.com/ MahenderPalA.
.. Official website :
http://vaidikgyan.in/
Youtube Channels :
https://www.youtube.com/user
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http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=kjkHI6PtrEY please click to listen

<img
alt=”hindu god” class=”media__image” src=”//i2.cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/
dam/assets/150924160009-hindu- god-large-169.png”>
9
myths about Hinduism, debunked - please click here to watch


Real history might be hurt full.
what it is true what pandit is telling
us.you can go back to sixty million years ago.when our plate was part of
African plate
and
she break away and join the main land Asian continent plate.she is
pushing.that is why Himalaya is moving up 1 inch every year.Nepal earth
quake is cause of this.

province
of Bengal,Assam,ladakh and many other areas are not part of our plate.
they are separate and part of mainland Asian plate.
Bengali,Assami,Ladakhi, Nagas.
they are Mongol,oriental race. these are the facts. and they are converted Hindus and Muslims.

Dark skinned so called Hindus are Afro origin.when thousand years ago light skined Aryan people and
middle
eastren invaders,immigrants,refugees entered this plate they chased
away these dark skinned Afro people to the separte top corners of our
country.and to humiliate them they named this area hindu sathan.meaning
chor,thugs place.even today light and fair skined people ask questions
and hesitate to marry their childrens to dark skined peoples .they call
them kalai. sathan is Arabic word meaning [place]like
khurdsthan,turkminsthan, afgansthan,pakisthan. ubicksthan ,kazikstan
etc.
Hindu
Sthan these two word are persian and arabic origin.meaning chor,thugs
place these light skinned people to demonized the dark skined people
they
given these names to them.for your knowledge.they also named punjab
which is also persian name. punjab means five waters and other areas of
so called india never has been part of Hindustan.it maybe distastefull
to
you.these are the fact you can not hide it.hindus are not one people
they are many,many different tribes.just like christians and muslims..
kind regards
harbans singh aujla pakhar@hotmail.com
21:50
The Siddi, an African Community in India
Nzwamba
220K views
The African Village In Indian State Gujarat : BBC Hindi - YouTube
THE SIDI PEOPLE - OF GUJARAT ancestors of Gandhi and Modi ? click to watch


Hidden history is not taught in the history books. at schools It
has to be exhumed said Dr BR Ambedkar.



The African Village In Indian State Gujarat : BBC Hindi - YouTube       

THE SIDI PEOPLE - OF GUJARAT ancestors of Gandhi and Modi ?  click to watch













 Hidden history of  india. is not taught in the history books. at schools
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Three
years ago, in February 2010, Bo died, she was the last speaker of the Bo
language, with her died a language of the world. She belonged to one of
the oldest tribes on the earth,
nearly 5000 years old tribe. A press release was issued then at 
http://mikeghouseforindia. blogspot.com/2010/02/press- release-in-behalf-of-indians- of.html 


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THE SIDI PEOPLE - BLACK PEOPLE OF OUR COUNTRY


There is so much more to us than we have been taught. Our history is great and stretches further back than we have been lead
to believe and is not exclusive to Africa.
 

PLEASE SHARE THIS VIDEO WITH YOUR CHILDREN since they will not be taught this
at school
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chitpavan






https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/…/articles…/62812165.cms

Government says Rafale cost secret, but had disclosed it in 2016

Rajat Pandit | TNN | Updated: Feb 7, 2018, 07:55 IST

HIGHLIGHTS
Government has maintained it cannot disclose the financial break-up of contract for 36 Rafale fighters
However, it had disclosed the cost per aircraft in 2016 when the deal was signed
Though each jet may come for Rs 670 crore, the per unit cost zooms to
almost Rs 1,640 crore if the overall deal is taken into account

File photographGovernment says Rafale cost secret, but had disclosed it in 2016


NEW DELHI: The government has for the past several weeks maintained it
cannot disclose the financial break-up of the Rs 59,000 crore (7.87
billion Euro) contract for 36 Rafale fighters due to a secrecy pact with
France, but it had disclosed the cost per aircraft not long after the
deal was signed in September 2016.

To a specific question on the
cost per aircraft in the deal in Rajya Sabha on Monday, defence minister
Nirmala Sitharaman in a written reply said, “As per ‘Article-10′ of the
Inter-Governmental Agreement (IGA) between Government of India and
Government of France on the purchase of Rafale aircraft, the protection
of the classified information and material exchanged under IGA is
governed by the provisions of the Security Agreement signed between the
two nations in 2008.”

But junior minister for defence Subhash
Bhamre, in a written reply to a question in Lok Sabha on November 18,
2016, had stated, “IGA with the Government of France has been signed on
September 23, 2016, for purchase of 36 Rafale aircraft along with
requisite equipment, services and weapons. The cost of each Rafale
aircraft is approximately Rs 670 crore and all the aircraft will be
delivered by April 2022.”

Though each jet may come for Rs 670
crore, the per unit cost zooms to almost Rs 1,640 crore if the overall
deal is taken into account, which includes a deadly weapons package, all
spares and costs for 75% fleet availability and performance-based
logistics support for five years, among other things, as reported by TOI
earlier.

The Congress has alleged since late last year that the
“non-transparent” deal was vastly overpriced and violated defence
procurement procedures, while also favouring the Anil Ambani-promoted
Reliance Defence.

Reliance Defence has tied up with
Rafale-manufacturer Dassault Aviation for a joint venture in India to
execute the 50% offsets mandated under the mega fighter contract.
Both the government and Reliance have strongly denied the allegations.


Sitharaman in Parliament has stated that her government ensured “a
better price” for the jets as compared to the 126-fighter project that
was being negotiated by the previous UPA regime. But she also admitted
the two deals “cannot be directly compared” because the “deliverables”
are significantly different in them.

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Under the MMRCA (medium multi-role combat aircraft) project which was
being negotiated by the UPA, 18 Rafales were to come in flyaway
condition, with the rest 108 being licensed produced in India with
transfer of technology (ToT).

But the negotiations remained
hopelessly deadlocked, leading the NDA government to finally scrap the
entire process in June 2015. The government subsequently went in for
direct acquisition of 36 Rafales, without any transfer of technology, to
meet the “critical operational necessity” of the IAF, which was down to
just 33 fighter squadrons when at least 42 are required to take on the
“collusive threat” from China and Pakistan.


Peace Is Doable


India
News: The government has for the past several weeks maintained it
cannot disclose the financial break-up of the Rs 59,000 crore (7.87
billion Euro) contract
timesofindia.indiatimes.com

https://scroll.in/…/watch-sitharaman-in-2017-saying-differe…

Yesterday · 06:00 pm
Scroll Staff

IN PARLIAMENT

Watch Sitharaman in 2017 saying difference between Congress and BJP on Rafale is ‘transparency’
The defence minister has now refused to give the price of the Rafale aircraft to Parliament, saying it is ‘confidential.

On Monday, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman told Parliament that she
could not reveal the price India will be paying for the 36 Rafale
fighter jets being purchased from France because it is “classified
information.” The non-response has only added to the controversy over
the cost of the aircraft, which the Congress has alleged are being
bought at an exorbitant price compared to a deal it had negotiated in
the United Progressive Alliance years.

Rajeev Gowda, a Congress
Member of Parliament in the Rajya Sabha, had submitted a question to
Sitharaman asking her to state “the cost per aircraft under the
Inter-Governmental Agreement for 36 Rafale aircraft.”

In her reply, Sitharaman said:

“As per ‘Article-10’ of the Inter-Governmental Agreement (IGA) between
Government of India and Government of France on the purchase of Rafale
aircraft, the protection of the classified information and material
exchanged under IGA is governed by the provisions of the Security
Agreement signed between the two nations signed in 2008.”

In
other words, even details about the price – and effectively how much
taxpayer money Parliament is apportioning for the appropriation of the
aircraft – comes under this classified tag that Sitharaman claims
prevents her from informing the Rajya Sabha about the details.

This is a remarkable turnaround from a press conference that the
minister addressed in 2017, when the Congress was alleging that the
government was overpaying for the aircraft. At the time, Sitharaman had
insisted that the difference between the Congress-run UPA government and
the Bharatiya Janata Party-run National Democratic Alliance was
tranparency.

“There is nothing that is going to stick on this
government because everything is being done transparently and as per
procedure,” Sitharaman had said. “There is just no comparison between
the ways in which UPA took decisions and the way in which NDA takes
decisions, because we have made both simpler, smoother, faster and above
all transparent.”

Play
Indeed, in the press conference,
Sitharaman got even more specific, saying she would reveal all details
about the pricing because it involved public money. “I’m not running
away from giving you specific numbers,” she said, at around 14:17 in the
above video of her press conference. “We will give you… I don’t mind
about the cost and the amount which is being paid, agreed to be paid,
because those are public money.”

And earlier in the press
conference, Sitharaman said she could prove that the prices were better.
“Even on price, we have obtained the deal for the 36 which is far
better than what they would have obtained per aircraft,” she said,
saying the Congress was wrong to ask questions about it.. “I think to
bicker on the cost, which I can anytime prove that we’ve obtained a
better price, but to bicker on that as though they’ve served the
interest of the preparedness and we are not doing it is, I’m sorry to
use sharp words, shameful.”

Sitharaman’s U-turn has led to plenty of reactions from the Congress and others online.

Hello hello…Parliament approves the expenditure from the Consolidated Fund of India…

You cannot sign an agreement with a foreign nation to deny information to Parliament. What nonsense uvar talking.https://t.co/QSdM6XLNW2

— Prasanna S (@prasanna_s) February 6, 2018
Top Secret
(Not for Distribution)

RM says the price negotiated for each RAFALE jet by the PM and his “reliable” buddy is a state secret.

Action Points
1.Informing Parliament about the price is a national security threat
2.Brand all who ask, Anti National#TheGreatRafaleMystery

— Office of RG (@OfficeOfRG) February 6, 2018

Even as a Rafale deal backer I’m afraid this “secrecy clause” excuse
just wouldn’t wash. Govt is digging a hole for itself & for IAF
here. Imagine if another govt said this & BJP was in oppn https://t.co/fCjcced2g2

— Shekhar Gupta (@ShekharGupta) February 5, 2018

It’s official now. We won’t be told that Modi govt increased the price
of the Rafale jets from ~600Cr to >1500Cr per jet,since Modi (psst)
signed a secrecy pact with Dassault! Also,that Hindustan Aeronautics was
replaced by Reliance Defence &transfer of Technology was knocked
out https://t.co/xaRiWtSPGa

— Prashant Bhushan (@pbhushan1) February 5, 2018

Defence minister can’t share details of Rafale deal with Parliament. Is
she saying that our Parliament is not sovereign? Or has Modi got
something to hide?

— Sitaram Yechury (@SitaramYechury) February 6, 2018


The defence minister has now refused to give the price of the Rafale aircraft to Parliament, saying it is ‘confidential.
scroll.in

https://theprint.in/…/cannot-disclose-rafale-deal-details-…/
Cannot disclose Rafale deal details due to secrecy pact with France: Sitharaman

MANU PUBBY 5 February, 2018

Union Minister for Defence, Nirmala Sitharaman | PTI Photo by Subhav Shukla

Major controversy over the cost of the deal prompted questions in
Parliament, but defence minister says pricing cannot be shared.

New Delhi: Details of the Rafale fighter jet deal cannot be revealed in
Parliament due to a secrecy pact with France, the government has said
after several questions were raised on the pricing of the combat
aircraft.

Defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman told the Rajya
Sabha that details like the per-aircraft cost cannot be shared, as India
has a secrecy pact that applies to the deal.

“As per
‘Article-10’ of the Inter-Governmental Agreement (IGA) between
Government of India and Government of France on the purchase of Rafale
aircraft, the protection of the classified information and material
exchanged under IGA is governed by the provisions of the Security
Agreement signed between the two nations in 2008,” the minister said in
reply to a question raised in Rajya Sabha.

Raging controversy
The Rafale deal courted controversy after the Congress raised
allegations that it was overpriced, and that Reliance Defence, owned by
Anil Ambani, was favoured by the government. These allegations have been
strongly denied by both the BJP and Reliance Defence.

As
reported by ThePrint, months before it signed the deal to buy 36 Rafale
fighter jets from France in 2016, the NDA government passed over another
European offer that promised deliveries of the Eurofighter Typhoon
combat aircraft, which was €59 million per unit cheaper than the French
planes.

The offer – made at the top level of the Indian
government – involved diverting deliveries of Eurofighter Typhoon jets
from Britain, Italy and Germany to meet urgent Indian requirements.

The Eurofighter Typhoon had been offered at a total cost of €17.5
billion for 126 fighters, or €138 million per plane. The Rafale deal
cost India €7.1 billion for 36 jets, which translates to €197 million
per jet.

Even if the €353 million performance-based logistics
cost – the money to maintain and fly the fighters for five years – is
deducted, the Rafale jets cost India €187 million per fighter.

India is due to get 36 Rafale jets by the end of 2019 – a much needed
addition to the Air Force that is desperate for cutting edge fighters.
The Air Force is also keen to add to this fleet with more orders, given
the unreliability of the existing Russian fleet and delays in inducting
the indigenous Tejas.


Major
controversy over the cost of the deal prompted questions in Parliament,
but defence minister says pricing of Rafale deal cannot be shared.
theprint.in

https://www.ndtv.com/…/shameful-nirmala-sitharaman-s-rebuts…
Even earlier, Subhash Bhamre, junior minister for Defence, had in a
written reply to a question in Lok Sabha on November 18, 2016, stated,
“The cost of each Rafale aircraft is approximately Rs 670 crore and all
the aircraft will be delivered by April 2022.”
(Ref.: Sl. No. IV below.)


***At this sudden turn of events, one’d rather be compelled to echo
Shekhar Gupta, no Congress fan, or even a BJP opponent, by any stretch:
<>***
(Ref.: Sl. No. III. below.)

I. <<”For
the first time, the defence minister is saying that we will not share
details of money spent on buying the aircraft…I spoke during the
Gujarat polls that there is a scam (in the Rafale deal). Modi ji has
personally got the deal done,” Mr Gandhi told reporters outside the
Parliament, according to news agency PTI.
“Modi ji had personally
gone to Paris. Personally the deal was changed. The entire India knows
it,” the PTI report quoted Mr Gandhi as saying.

RM (Raksha Mantri) says the price negotiated for each RAFALE jet by the PM and his “reliable” buddy is a state secret.
Action Points
1.Informing Parliament about the price is a national security threat
2.Brand all who ask, Anti National#TheGreatRafaleMystery>>

(Excerpted from sl. no. I. below.)


II. < The offer – made at the top level of
the Indian government – involved diverting deliveries of Eurofighter
Typhoon jets from Britain, Italy and Germany to meet urgent Indian
requirements.
The Eurofighter Typhoon had been offered at a total
cost of €17.5 billion for 126 fighters, or €138 million per plane. The
Rafale deal cost India €7.1 billion for 36 jets, which translates to
€197 million per jet.
Even if the €353 million performance-based
logistics cost – the money to maintain and fly the fighters for five
years – is deducted, the Rafale jets cost India €187 million per
fighter.>>

(Excerpted from sl. no. II. below.)

III.
< And earlier in the press conference, Sitharaman said
she could prove that the prices were better. “Even on price, we have
obtained the deal for the 36 which is far better than what they would
have obtained per aircraft,” she said, saying the Congress was wrong to
ask questions about it. “I think to bicker on the cost, which I can
anytime prove that we’ve obtained a better price, but to bicker on that
as though they’ve served the interest of the preparedness and we are not
doing it is, I’m sorry to use sharp words, shameful.”
Sitharaman’s U-turn has led to plenty of reactions from the Congress and others online.>>

(Excerpted from sl. no. II. below.)


IV. < But junior minister for defence Subhash Bhamre, in a written
reply to a question in Lok Sabha on November 18, 2016, had stated, “IGA
with the Government of France has been signed on September 23, 2016, for
purchase of 36 Rafale aircraft along with requisite equipment, services
and weapons. The cost of each Rafale aircraft is approximately Rs 670
crore and all the aircraft will be delivered by April 2022.”>>

(Excerpted from sl. no. IV. below.)]


A
day after Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa rebutted
accusations that the Modi government had negotiated an overpriced deal
to buy Rafale fighter jets,…
ndtv.com

https://www.ndtv.com/…/rahul-gandhi-taunts-government-on-ra…
Rahul Gandhi Taunts Government On Rafale With “Top Secret” Tweet
Rahul Gandhi has been spearheading the Congress attack against the
government on the Rafale jet deal. The Congress alleges irregularities
in the deal for buying 36 Rafale fighter jets off-shelf from France,
which was finalised in September 2016 during PM Modi’s visit to France.

All India | Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Updated: February 06, 2018 20:59 IST

Rahul Gandhi Taunts Government On Rafale With ‘Top Secret’ Tweet
Rahul Gandhi today asked why PM Narendra Modi is silent on the Rafale deal.


NEW DELHI: The government’s stand that the details of 58,000-crore
Rafale fighter jet deal cannot be disclosed to the public has brought a
sharp rejoinder from the Congress. Party chief Rahul Gandhi, who has
already accused the government of conducting a scam, today said the
government was using a confidentiality clause to conduct a cover-up.


“For the first time, the defence minister is saying that we will not
share details of money spent on buying the aircraft…I spoke during the
Gujarat polls that there is a scam (in the Rafale deal). Modi ji has
personally got the deal done,” Mr Gandhi told reporters outside the
Parliament, according to news agency PTI.

“Modi ji had personally
gone to Paris. Personally the deal was changed. The entire India knows
it,” the PTI report quoted Mr Gandhi as saying.

Mr Gandhi also mocked the government with a tweet under the hashtag #TheGreatRafaleMystery.

Office of RG

@OfficeOfRG
Top Secret
(Not for Distribution)

RM says the price negotiated for each RAFALE jet by the PM and his “reliable” buddy is a state secret.

Action Points
1.Informing Parliament about the price is a national security threat
2.Brand all who ask, Anti National#TheGreatRafaleMystery

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Rahul Gandhi spearheaded the Congress attack against the government on
the fighter jet deal since aircraft manufacturer Dassault Aviation went
for a joint venture with Reliance Defence Limited in 2016 under Prime
Minister Narendra Modi’s Make In India scheme.

Today, he
questioned why PM Modi is silent on the issue. “Why does Modi never say
anything on Rafale deal? What is the price that the Prime Minister has
spent on Rafale?”

The fresh Congress assault comes as Defence
Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, who promised earlier to share the financial
details of the deal, told parliament yesterday that it cannot be done.
The information, she told parliament, is “classified”. In an earlier
tweet, Rahul Gandhi had earlier said Ms Sitharaman’s “boss” was
“silencing her”.

NDTV has earlier reported that a confidentiality
clause in the government-to-government deal meant neither India nor
France can release these details unless ordered to do so by a court in
the event of a disagreement between both parties. Similar clauses
existed in all the deals signed by the UPA government.

The
Congress alleges irregularities in the deal for buying 36 Rafale fighter
jets off-shelf from France, which was finalised in September 2016
during PM Modi’s visit to France.

The party says under the deal,
India will pay three times more than what it would have paid under a
deal negotiated by the UPA government in 2012. The government has
rubbished the Congress stand, arguing that the UPA had been unable to
close the cheaper deal. It also said the new agreement includes a
superior weapons package and logistical support, which had been absent
in the previous one.


The
government’s stand that the details of 58,000-crore Rafale fighter jet
deal cannot be disclosed to the public has brought a sharp rejoinder
from the…
ndtv.com

http://www.news18.com/…/karnataka-heading-for-narendra-modi…

[《It seems Siddaramaiah has also accepted the challenge and positioned
himself as the topmost leader of the party in the state. On the other
side, Yeddyurappa has reluctantly accepted the changing realities.》

That must be suiting the Congress only too well.]

http://www.news18.com/…/karnataka-heading-for-narendra-modi…

Karnataka Heading For Modi vs Siddaramaiah Fight Forcing Others to Play Second Fiddle
It seems Siddaramaiah has also accepted the challenge and positioned
himself as the topmost leader of the party in the state. On the other
side, Yeddyurappa has reluctantly accepted the changing realities.

D P Satish

CNN-News18
Updated:February 6, 2018, 11:03 AM IST

Karnataka Heading For Modi vs Siddaramaiah Fight Forcing Others to Play
Second Fiddle File image of Narendra Modi and Siddaramaiah

Bengaluru: A few minutes before Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s special
plane touched down at Bengaluru, Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah
took a jibe at the PM in a tweet welcoming him to the state. That tweet
drew BJP’s CM face B S Yeddyurappa’s ire. Siddaramaiah once again hit
back at him in another tweet. The second half of Sunday was
action-packed in poll-bound Karnataka.

Tweets and counter-tweets
have heightened the poll pitch. On Monday, after coming out of the last
joint session of his government, Siddaramaiah attacked PM Modi in a
press meet. His actions have proved that he is now making it a
Siddaramaiah versus Modi election. TBJP’s CM face B S Yeddyurappa has
now been relegated to second place.

Never in the recent history
of Karnataka, has the Congress depended so much on its CM to retain
power at any cost. The election leadership has shifted from New Delhi to
the state.

At the same time, the exact opposite is happening
the BJP. The state BJP is looking at Modi to win the Assembly polls.
Till recently, Yeddyurappa was the supreme leader of the party in
Karnataka and the high command did not have much influence in the state.
Changing circumstances mean that it is now a Siddaramaiah versus Modi
fight in which state BJP leaders play the second fiddle.

It seems
Siddaramaiah has also accepted the challenge and positioned himself as
the topmost leader of the party in the state. On the other side,
Yeddyurappa has reluctantly accepted the changing realities.

In
2013, the ruling BJP was split into three. Yeddyurappa had floated his
own party Karnataka Janatha Party (KJP) and Bellary MP Sri Ramulu formed
the BSR Congress. The Congress was facing infighting and was not ready
to name Siddaramaiah as the CM face. Its government at the Centre was
counting its last days and the new leader, Narendra Modi, was on the
rise. Yet the leaderless Congress won the elections convincingly and the
BJP had to bite the dust. Siddaramaiah became the first “non-Congress”
Congress Chief Minister of Karnataka.

Left with no other choice,
the BJP has made Yeddyurappa its CM face once again. Officially the
fight is between him and Siddaramaiah. But in reality, it has gone
beyond. To counter Siddaramaiah, the BJP high command had sent Amit Shah
and UP CM Yogi Adityanath to Karnataka. But by all likelihood, Modi
will himself lead the charge and address several public meetings across
the state.

Both the state and national BJP have been making
countless allegations against the Siddaramaiah government. To their
dismay, nothing is sticking. The shrewd CM is setting the agenda forcing
the BJP to react.

According to former journalist and scholar,
Narayana A, who teaches at the prestigious Azim Premji University in
Bengaluru, before he became CM Siddaramaiah was known for his
administrative skills and not for political maneuvering. “Strangely
after five years, there has been nothing much to prove his
administrative capabilities. It is ironic that Siddaramaiah is now known
for political shrewdness,” Narayana wrote in a leading Kannada daily
“Prajavani”.

IAS officer DK Ravi’s death, DySP MK Ganapathi’s
death, steel flyover issue, corruption charges against top ministers
like KJ George to H C Mahadevappa, allegations of favouritism to
crumbling infrastructure in Bengaluru, I-T raids on several top Congress
leaders, the BJP seems to have failed to put Siddaramaiah government on
the mat on any of these issues.

On the other hand, Siddaramaiah
has played his cards well by tacitly backing the Lingayats’ demand for a
separate religion tag, turning the tables on the BJP on the Mahadayi
and the Cauvery river disputes, Hindi imposition by the Centre and the
“step-motherly treatment” meted out to the state by the Centre.

The moment the BJP raises an issue, Siddaramaiah diverts the attention
by raising some other issue or directly wading into it. With Modi taking
charge of the elections, Siddaramaiah is now targeting him on a daily
basis demanding answers on various state issues starting from Mahadayi
to Cauvery, central assistance to job creations, Hindi imposition to
Hindutva.

Like the Prime Minister, Siddaramaiah is also from a
backward caste. He too is from a humble background and a self-made
leader. Because of this, Modi’s OBC and humble background cards may not
work much in Karnataka. Even the corruption charges are unlikely to have
a big impact as the BJP’s own rule between 2008 and 2013 was considered
the most corrupt in the history of Karnataka. Perhaps, the only option
left with the saffron party is communal polarisation.

Hindutva
mascot Yogi Adityanath has already set the tone for the elections by
raising the communal bogey. Minister of State in the Modi government
Anantkumar Hegde has also emerged as a star campaigner of the party
solely on the basis of his rabble-rouser image. And Yeddyurappa is not
fitting in anywhere in the new scheme of things.

Congress
president Rahul Gandhi may have led a spirited campaign in Gujarat but
in Karnataka it will be Siddaramaiah who will do that. If he wins, his
stature will grow much bigger and beyond the borders of Karnataka. If he
is defeated, Siddaramaiah has nothing much to lose personally.


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