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2612 Sat 5 May LESSON http://thehoot.org/research/special-reports/journalists-remain-in-the-cross-hairs-10616 Napolean had said ” I can face two battalions but not two scribes” The Brashtachar Jiyadha Psychopaths (BJP) called the scribes as PRESSTITUTES, The Murderer of democratic institutions after gobbling the Master Key by tampering the fraud EVMs the Parliament, Executive, Judiciary and the Media have become chamchas, stooges, chelas, bootlickers and own mother’s flesh eaters. Now at least the media must and should wake up to expose the fraud EVMs which has negated the Universal Adult Franchise and bring back Ballot Papers and see that the Central and state governments are dissolved and go for fresh polls with Ballot Papers to save democracy, Equality, Fraternity and Liberty as enshrined in our Marvellous Modern Constitution against manusmirti.
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http://thehoot.org/research/special-reports/journalists-remain-in-the-cross-hairs-10616


Napolean had said ” I can face two battalions but not two scribes”
The
Brashtachar Jiyadha Psychopaths (BJP) called the scribes as
PRESSTITUTES, The Murderer of democratic institutions after gobbling the
Master Key by tampering the fraud EVMs the Parliament, Executive,
Judiciary and the Media have become chamchas, stooges, chelas,
bootlickers and own mother’s flesh eaters.
Now at least the media
must and should wake up to expose the fraud EVMs which has negated the
Universal Adult Franchise and bring back Ballot Papers and see that the
Central and state governments are dissolved and go for fresh polls with
Ballot Papers to save democracy, Equality, Fraternity and Liberty as
enshrined in our Marvellous Modern Constitution against manusmirti.

Free Speech in 2018: Murder, violence, threats, gags, and policy clampdowns – that’s how the year started.
GEETA SESHU on media freedom in 2018



PRESS FREEDOM AND FREE SPEECH IN 2018

 

Media freedom continued to deteriorate in the first quarter of 2018 in India.

The first quarter of 2018 has seen three killings and 13 attacks on
journalists, defamation cases that came to trial, a sedition case
against a journalist and a clear push by both state and central
government and the judiciary, through regulatory policy as well as
judicial orders, to curb free speech.  There were also around 50
instances of censorship, and more than 20 instances of suspension of
Internet services, as well as  the take down of online content.

Category

No. of instances

Murders

03

Attacks

13

Arrests/Detention

03

Threats

05

Sedition

01

Defamation

07

Censorship

50

Govt policy (State & Centre)

08

Judicial orders

02

Privacy related

06

Contempt case

02

 

Journalists continued to be vulnerable.

The Hoot’s 2017 report
had documented the murder of three journalists which could be clearly
linked to their journalism.  In the first four months of 2018 as well,
three journalists were killed in connection with their reporting,
judging by  what initial investigations show.

 

 

For 2017 we had documented 46 attacks on journalists and media
workers. Between January and April 2018, there have been 13 already all
across the country, three of them in West Bengal.

 

Killings

In two separate incidents, three journalists were killed when they were mowed down by vehicles. On March 26, two Dainik Bhaskar
journalists, Navin Nishchal and Vijay Singh, were killed when their
bike was hit by an SUV in Bhojpur, near Patna, Bihar. Police said the
vehicle was driven by a villager leader Mohammad Harsu. He was arrested.
Initial reports said
that a heated argument between Harsu, husband of a former panchayat
mukhia, and the reporters over a news report had preceded the accident.
However, the investigation is not complete.

A day later, a television reporter Sandeep Sharma was mowed down by a
truck in Bhind, Madhya Pradesh. Sharma, who had done a sting operation
on a sand mining mafia in Bhind, had told police that he had received
threats to his life.  The driver, Ranvir Singh, was arrested.

 

The suspects

Village head and relatives

2

Sand mining mafia

1

 

A Hoot investigation of the state of media freedom from January 1 to
April 30, 2018, reveals that a range of actors,  from politicians,
businesspersons, members of Hindu right wing organisations, the police
and paramilitary forces, government agencies like the film certification
board, the Union Information and Broadcasting Ministry, different state
governments, lawyers and even media organisations, have acted to
undermine freedom of expression.

 

Attacks

There were 14 attacks on journalists in the first quarter of the
year. In five of these instances, there were targeted attacks against
journalists investigating or writing about an issue. In at least ten
instances, the perpetrators were either members of Hindu right wing
organisations or the police. An unidentified assailant hurled a petrol
bomb at the residence of Shillong Times Editor, Patricia
Mukhim. The latter said that she was targeted for a range of writings
about issues that troubled society. Her most recent articles criticized
rampant and illegal mining in Meghalaya.

Perpetrators of other targeted attacks included the timber mafia. Mob
violence was sponsored by party workers of both the BJP and the
Trinamool Congress, Hindu extremists and the police. In one instance,
the Delhi police molested a woman journalist covering a student protest.
They later apologized, stating that they mistook her for a student!.   

    

  • Jan 1, 2018 , Mumbai, Maharashtra : Protesters snatch Republic TV reporter Shravan Sen’s camera
  • Jan 7, 2018, Ahmedabad, Gujarat: A Facebook post by Damayantee Dhar who reports for Th
  • Jan 1, 2018 , Mumbai, Maharashtra : Protesters snatch Republic TV reporter Shravan Sen’s camera
  • Jan 7, 2018, Ahmedabad, Gujarat: A Facebook post by Damayantee Dhar who reports for The Wire records an attack on herself and another reporter from the Ahmedabad Mirror on January 7 by a “mob of 15-20 dalit men” headed by Keval Rathod.
  • Jan 23, 2018, Athiabari, Meghalaya: Timber mafia attack journalist Biplab Dey            
  • January 31, 2018, Meerut,Uttar Pradesh: Journalist assaulted by mob of Hindu Yuva Vahini activists
  • Feb 14, 2018, Kolkata, West Bengal: Senior journalist Navalkant Sinha assaulted by Hindu Samhati Workers in Kolkata
  • Feb 22, 2018, Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh : Payment scuffle, hostel management attack student and Journalists of a news channel
  •  Wire records an attack on herself and another reporter from the Ahmedabad Mirror on January 7 by a “mob of 15-20 dalit men” headed by Keval Rathod
  • Jan 23, 2018, Athiabari, Meghalaya: Timber mafia attack journalist Biplab Dey           
  • January 31, 2018, Meerut,Uttar Pradesh: Journalist assaulted by mob of Hindu Yuva Vahini activists
  • Feb 14, 2018, Kolkata, West Bengal: Senior journalist Navalkant Sinha assaulted by Hindu Samhati Workers in Kolkata
  • Feb 22, 2018, Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh : Payment scuffle, hostel management attack student and Journalists of a news channel
  • March 10, 2018, Assam-Mizoram border:  Assam police thrashes Mizo
    journalists. Emmy Lawbei, journalist with a television channel, was
    mercilessly beaten up by the police though she showed her identity card to them.
  • March 24, 2018, New Delhi: Delhi Police Officer molests Female Journalist; Police said they mistook her to be a student.
  • March 25, 2018, Malappuram, Kerala:  journalist N C Shareef, was mercilessly beaten up locked up and assaulted by the Areekode police. Police claimed they didn’t know he was a reporter
  • April 1, 2018, Khowai District:  Tripura TV journalist Anup Debbarma, severely assaulted by a BJP worker
  • April 8, 2018, Kavinagar, Ghaziabad: TV journalist Anuj Chawdhary shot outside
    his home, by by sharpshooters allegedly working for Shekhar Chaudhary ,
    a former local councillor charged with the murder of BJP leader Brijpal
    Teotia 
  • April 9, 2018, Alipore, West Bengal : Photojournalist Diplab Mondal Covering Bengal Panchayat Poll Violence Alleges Assault by TMC Goons
  • April 17, 2018, Umpling, Meghalaya: Petrol bomb attack on residence of Shillong Times editor Patricia Mukhim
  • April 20, 2018, Siliguri, West Bengal: TMC workers assault journalists
    when they went to Chayanpara in Siliguri to cover a scuffle between
    workers from TMC and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

 

The Attackers

Delhi police

01

Hindu right wing orgns.

02

TMC workers

02

Unidentified assailants

02

Owners of private hostel

01

Assam Police

01

Kerala police

01

BJP workers

01

   

Dalit lawyer, activists

01

Timber gang

01

Total

13

 

Threats and harassment

Journalists were at the receiving end of threats from those
identified as members of Hindu right wing organisations in three out of
five instances. In another, a television journalist received death
threats from unidentified persons following the channel’s coverage of
the Kasganj violence. In one instance, personnel of the CRPF accosted a
tribal journalist in Dantewada, Chhattisgarh. 

In serious cases of online harassment, intimidation and death
threats, journalists were trolled and their personal details shared on
social media. A woman journalist found that her Twitter account was compromised by fake messages and morphed pictures were circulated. Journalists filed police complaints but no arrests have been made. 

 

Threats and harassment

CRPF

01

Unidentified persons

02

Temple trust office-bearers

01

RSS workers

01

Hindu right wing

01

BJP leader

01

Lawyer

01

BJP supporters

01

Total

09

(CRPF: Central Reserve Police Force)

 

Arrests and detentions

 

While journalists in the field were subjected to mob attacks, others
were picked up by police when they went to cover protests, as in the case
of two journalists from Kerala reporting on a ‘caste’ wall in a
village. While restrictions on foreign media continued with the denial
of  visas to Australian journalists who had earlier done a story related to Gautam Adani, two foreign journalists were detained
by Kerala police for covering a Valentines’s Day celebration in a
college. Other instances of arrests and detentions were for social media
posts that satirized or were critical of politicians and political
leaders. In Chennai the Central Crime Branch (CCB) on April 27 arrested a person who allegedly posted derogatory statement on Facebook against Electricity Minister P. Thangamani.

Arrests and detention

Kerala police

02

Assam police

01

Goa police

01

Central Crime Branch in Chennai

01

 

As protests raged over the rape of minors and violence against
marginalized communities, dalits, students, the climate for free speech
reflected both a menacing intolerance for dissenting viewpoints and a
crackdown on civil rights. Apart from the dangerous attacks on
journalists, others were harassed and their personal details shared
online, they were threatened and became victims of fake news as hate
messages attributed to them went viral.

The judiciary, hitherto a reassuring protector of free speech, sent
mixed signals as different courts ordered gags on media coverage, fined
and penalized media
houses for violating the law on disclosure of the identity of minor
victims of sexual assault and took up petitions alleging contempt of
court.

In February, in a written reply
to a question in the Rajya Sabha, Union Minister of State for Home
Hansraj Ahir said that in 2017, there were 15 attacks on journalists in
which 26 people were arrested. Between 2015-17, there were 90 attacks on
journalists and 108 people were arrested, the minister said, referring
to data compiled by the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) for the
last three years.

The figures are at complete variance with The Hoot’s own research as the ‘THE INDIA FREEDOM REPORT: Media Freedom and Freedom of Expression in 2017’
recorded a verified number of 46 attacks on journalists.The minister
also said that the Home Ministry has no information on whether any
organisation or organisations were responsible for the attacks on media
persons.

But, as the above findings of The Hoot show, the perpetrators are only too well known.

 

Sedition

On April 30, journalist Kamal Shukla was charged with sedition by the
Katwali police station in Chhattisgarh’s Kanker district for sharing a
cartoon on social media on the rape of a minor girl in Kathua in Jammu
and Kashmir, allegedly lampooning the country’s judiciary and government on Facebook.

Shukla, editor of Bhumkaal Samachar and active in highlighting fake
encounters in the area, is also head of the Patrakar Suraksha Kanoon
Sanyukt Sangharsh Samiti which has campaigned for a law to protect
journalists. He was booked for sedition on the basis of a complaint
filed by a Rajasthan resident.  

 

Defamation

Proceedings continued in five cases of defamation even as gags on the
publication of the news reports were lifted in two cases - that of Jay
Amit Shah against The Wire and that of Arindam Chaudhari against Caravan magazine. In the case of Rising Kashmir editor Shujaat Bukhari against Manushi editor and commentator Madhu Kishwar, the case went to trial.

A defamation case was filed by Fatima Nafees, mother of Jawaharlal
Nehru University student Najeeb Ahmed, who has been missing since
October 2016, against certain media houses for labelling her son an
“ISIS sympathizer.

In another case, Congress leader Jagdish Tytler threatened to file a
criminal defamation case against the creators of a sting video that
purportedly linked him to the 1984 anti-Sikh riots. Tytler, who said his
images were morphed, submitted a memorandum to the Home Ministry
stating that he has registered a police complaint.

 

Policy curbs and censorship

Amidst these attacks, the Union and state governments announced policies that would curb media freedom

The most active censoring agency was clearly the Ministry of
Information and Broadcasting (I&B), which announced several policy
measures (and rolled back only one) to monitor the content of print,
broadcast and online media.

In January, it announced that it has widened the ambit of district
monitoring committees to cover the monitoring of content of private FM
channels and Community Radio Stations (CRS) in addition to TV channels.

In April, the I&B Ministry announced fresh guidelines for penal
action against accredited journalists who spread fake news but this
sparked a furore and was withdrawn within 24 hours. However, it was
followed up with the setting up of a committee comprising bureaucrats
and members of the Press Council of India and the News Broadcasters
Standards Authority to regulate online content.

Reports that the Ministry planned to radio-tag journalists who
visited government offices were denied by the Ministry, but the news
website which reported this stood by its report.

 

Censorship 

Censorship of news, broadcast, online media and film continued
unabated. There were more than nine instances of news being censored,
including curbs on news-gathering itself by various state governments
and the Centre. These included restrictions on the movement of
journalists in government offices and the legislative assemblies,
threats of penal action for news that allegedly contained ‘harsh words’
and even ostensible guidelines from the National Investigation Authority
on the duties of a journalist!

 

Censorship

Censorship – Film

26

Censorship – News

16

Censorship – Music

06

Censorship- Online media

03

Censorship –Broadcast

02

Censorship-Art

01

 

More than 20 films ran into trouble with the Central Board of Film
Certification (CBFC) while news was censored nine times. Both feature
films and documentaries continued to languish between the CBFC, the Film
Certification Appellate Tribunal (FCAT) and the courts.

Even court orders certifying films for commercial release and a name change did not ensure safe passage, as in the case of Padmavat,
where members of the Rajput Karni Sena managed to get the governments
of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat to ban the film in these
states. The producer of the film Unfreedom chose to exhibit his
film on an online video streaming platform to circumvent the censorship
when his film was denied a certificate by the CBFC.

 

Who censored films

CBFC

22

Rajput KarniSena

02

MIB

01

Telangana government

01

Lawyers

01

MIFF

01

BJP Minister

01

SGPC

01

Total

29

 

Who censored news

MIB

01

Telangana government

01

Delhi High Court

01

District Magistrate, UP

01

NIA

01

Goa police

01

Former judge

01

MLA and Dalit activist/ journalists (Chennai)

01

Total

09

 

Who censored broadcasts

MIB

01

Total

01

 

Who censored online media

Media House

01

*Congress-I

01

*Reliance Industries

01

Total

03

(*No official confirmation)

 

Who censored music

Punjab government

01

Chennai police

01

Hindu Right wing religious groups

01

Muslim social organization

01

Lawyers

01

Total

05

 

Singer Sona Mohapatra
filed a written application at Santacruz police station late on April
30, stating that she received a threat allegedly from Madariya Sufi
Foundation, asking her to remove a new music video from all
communication mediums for being “vulgar, hurting and insulting Islamic
religious sentiments.”

Other censorship included the take down of content allegedly
satirizing the speech of the son of Reliance Industries Chairperson
Mukesh Ambani from online news sites, the takedown of videos of Congress-I President Rahul Gandhi and the termination of the services of a journalist for tweeting about fake news spread by the media house.

However, an order by the NBSA to Zee Television to apologise for, and
take down, a video of a programme calling scientist and poet Gauhar
Raza anti-national has not been complied with, marking yet another setback to media freedom.

 

Internet shutdowns

The Internet continued to be at the mercy of local district
administrations and state governments, as internet services were
suspended for varying periods due to protests or the outbreak of
violence in 25 instances, seven of which were in Jammu and Kashmir.

The most absurd of the shutdowns was in Srinagar when the authorities
suspended internet services over rumours that Pakistani cricketer
Shahid Afridi would address a gathering at the Jama Masjid.

Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh, with four instances each, recorded
internet shutdowns as district administrations suspended internet
services during the nationwide bandh called by dalit
organisations against the Supreme Court’s ruling on the Scheduled Castes
and Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act. In West Bengal, internet
services were suspended following violence during the Ram Navami
celebrations. 

 

Internet related censorship

Internet shutdowns

22

Internet takedowns

02

Internet related arrests

05

Total

29

 

Internet shutdowns continued to be imposed through Section 144 as a law and order measure.

 

Internet Shutdowns

Sr No

Date

State

Agencies

Reason given by authorities

1

Dec 31, 2017-Jan 2, 2018

Rajasthan

Kota district administration

Hindu Mahasabha call to perform puja on January 1 at a cenotaph situated onTiger Hill over Jait Sagar Lake, Bundi city

2

Jan 3, 2018

Aurangabad, Maharashtra

Maharashtra state Home department

Violence after Bhima-Koregaon

3

Jan 4, 2018

Kolhapur,Maharashtra,

Kolhapur acting district collector Nandakumar Katkar

Violence after Bhima-Koregaon

4

Jan 8,2018

Badgam,Jammu and Kashmir

J & K government

Security reasons after encounter between government forces and militants in Chadoora area of district Badgam

5

Jan 9-11, 2018

Anantnag, Jammu and Kashmir

J & K government

Shutdown and protests in Anantnag and Kulgam over militant and civilian killings

6

January 24,2018

Shopian, Jammu and Kashmir

J & K government

Protests following killing of two militants and a teenage boy in Chaigund village of south Kashmir’s Shopian district.

7

Jan 25-26

Entire Kashmir valley

J & K government

Pre-Republic Day security measures. Normal practice to suspend
internet services on R-Day and August 15, but this is the first time
these services were withdrawn a day earlier.

8

January 28,2018

Kasganj, Uttar Pradesh

R P Singh, Kasganj District Magistrate

Citing ‘communally charged atmosphere’

9

February 10,2018

Parts of Rajasthan

District officials

Internet services were suspended to check “rumour-mongering”

10

February 10, 2018

Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh

District officials

Internet services were suspended to check “rumour-mongering”

11

Feb 10-11, 2018

Firozabad, Uttar Pradesh

District officials

Bharat bandh call by caste-based groups reservation in education and
jobs, following nationawide protest by dalit groups  against the alleged
dilution of the SC/ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act by the Supreme
Court

12

February 18,2018

Tonk, Rajasthan

Additional district magistrate, Lokesh Kumar Gautam

Clash between two communities

13

March 1,2018

Bandipur, Uttar Pradesh

 

 

14

March 20,2018

Bhagalpur/ Banka, Bihar

District administration

Group clashes in neighbouring Nathnagar, resulted in discontinuance of internet services in Banka

15

20-Mar, 2018

Sagar, Madhya Pradesh

District Collector Alok Kumar Singh, Bhagalpur

Following communal tension after posting of offensive content online.

16

March 29th, 2018

Bundi, Rajasthan

District Collector

Internet services were shutdown in Bundi city amid fears of communal
tension, on the 30th of March after 8 pm ahead of Hanuman Jayanti
celebrations.

17

March 31st, 2018

Kolkata, West Bengal

Kolkata Police

Clashes after Ram Navmi celebrations

18

April 2, 2018

Alwar, Jaipur, Bharatpur and Barmer, Rajasthan

Rajasthan Police

Violence and death of one person in firing in Rajasthan’s Alwar city due to the ongoing Bharat Bandh.

18

April 2, 2018

Chandigarh, Punjab

Punjab State Government

Mobile Internet services suspended to control rumour-mongering ahead of the protests for a Bharat Bandh

19

April 3,2018

Meerut, Uttar Pradesh

Uttar Pradesh district administration

Internet service suspended as a precautionary measure, following the
violent protests against Supreme Court’s ruling on SC/ST Act.

20

April 3,2018

Some districts of Rajasthan

Rajasthan Police

Violent protests against Supreme Court’s ruling on SC/ST Act.

21

April 10,2018

Firozabad, Uttar Pradesh

District administration

Violence after Bharat Bandh call

22

April 11,2018

Kulgam, Jammu and Kashmir

J & K government

Closure of all schools and colleges in Kulgam and suspension of Internet services in south Kashmir areas.

23

April 15,2018

Phagwara, Punjab

Punjab government

All mobile internet services, SMS services and dongle services in
territorial jurisdiction of Kapurthala, Jalandhar, Hoshiarpur and SBS
Nagar districts suspended.

24

April 20,2018

Srinagar, J&K

J & K government

Apprehension of violence following rumour of Pak cricketer Shahid Afridi’s address at Jama Masjid

25

April 20,2018

Rajouri, J&K

J & K government

Apprehension of violence after death of youth in suspicious circumstances

 

Apart from fears of regulation of online content, a Citizen
Lab-Indian Express study revealed that websites of a range of groups,
including human rights groups, NGOs, feminist groups and LGBT groups had
been blocked with Netsweeper software.

The firm filtered content for ISPs in ten countries and at least 12
ISPs in India utilized its services. ‘A testing period between August
2017 and April 2018 saw “the highest number of blocked unique URLS” -
1,158 out of 2,464 - in India,’ the report said. 

 

Privacy, Aadhar, Surveillance

In a blatant move to curb any further investigations into the misuse
of Aadhar, the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) filed an
FIR against the reporter and editor of The Tribune newspaper
for their reports on the Aadhaar data leak reports. In the midst of
concerns over Cambridge Analytica and Facebook’s breach of data, the
Indian Government issued two notices to the two companies and given them
time till May 10 to furnish a reply.

However, the government’s own surveillance of citizens is still a
matter of concern. In March, the Information & Broadcasting Ministry
wrote to the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) to get all
Direct To Home (DTH) operators to install a chip in new set-top boxes,
which can give data about channels watched by the viewers and their
duration.

 

Judicial orders

While the Bombay High Court lifted the gag on media coverage of the
Sohrabuddin killing trial, the Delhi Hig h Court imposed a ban on media
coverage of the bribery case of former district judge I. M. Quddussi.
The Delhi High Court also took up suo moto notice of the disclosure of
the identity of child victims of sexual assault by media houses, imposed
a Rs 1 lakh penalty on 13 prominent media houses, and issued notices to
other websites.

In the wake of the Loya judgement, though not expressly stated as
such, the Supreme Court allowed a writ seeking contempt of court
proceedings against comments or opinions expressed in the media
allegedly critical of its judgements.

 

In favour of media freedom 

Despite the ominous number and range of attacks on media freedom, the
ongoing struggle to resist these curbs does yield results. In April, an
injunction on the publication of a book on yoga guru and businessperson
Baba Ramdev by Priyanka Pathak-Narain and published by Juggernaut Books
was lifted by a district court in Delhi.

In January, the Bombay High Court lifted a gag order on media
coverage of the Sohrabbudin trial following a petition filed by nine
journalists and the Brihanmumbai Union of Journalists.

 

Raw data can be  found here:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1f4eCUYZB8P2Y3b40jtYbD_SbCuW1sG0z69ZO4dmaCQI/edit?usp=sharing

 

Report Author: Geeta Seshu

 Research: Geeta Seshu with:

Anushka Jain,

Mignon Mascarenhas,

Srishti Patnaik,

Viraj Gaur and

Yash Agarwal

of the Symbiosis Institute of Media and Communication


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2611 Fri 4 May LESSON Ms Maha Mayawati Dares BJP To Hold Polls Using Ballot Papers- RSS favours paper ballots, EVMs subjected to public scrutinyNew Delhi | Saturday, Aug 28 2010 IST- Against Modi / RSS ‏ @Iypan8 Election Commisson : Ban EVMs’ and Bring Back Paper Ballot Voting in Indian Elections - Sign the Petition! https://chn.ge/2IdcHSC via @ChangeOrg_India After diluting the PoA now the Presidents office is diluted. That is the fate of SC/STs under Murderer of democratic institutions (Modi). Jailed For “Insulting” Ram, Professor Says SC/STs In Karnataka Won’t Be Fooled By BJP (Brashtachar Jiyadha Psychopaths)’s GimmicksSSON Ms Maha Mayawati Dares BJP To Hold Polls Using Ballot Papers- RSS favours paper ballots, EVMs subjected to public scrutinyNew Delhi | Saturday, Aug 28 2010 IST- Against Modi / RSS ‏ @Iypan8 Election Commisson : Ban EVMs’ and Bring Back Paper Ballot Voting in Indian Elections - Sign the Petition! https://chn.ge/2IdcHSC via @ChangeOrg_India
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RSS favours paper ballots, EVMs subjected to public scrutinyNew Delhi | Saturday, Aug 28 2010 IST

Joining
the controversy regarding the reliablity of Electronic Voting Machines
(EVMs) which have been questioned by political parties, the RSS today
asked the Election Commission (EC) to revert back to tried and tested
paper ballots and subject EVMs to public scrutiny whether these gadgets
are tamper proof. In an editorial titled ‘Can we trust our EVMs?’, The
Organiser, the RSS mouthpiece, noted it was a fact that till date an
absolutely tamper-proof machine had not been invented and credibility of
any system depends on ‘transparency, verifiability and trustworthiness’
than on blind and atavistic faith in its infallibility. The issue is
not a ‘private affair’ and it involves the future of India. Even if the
EVMs were genuine, there was no reason for the EC to be touchy about it,
the paper commented. The Government and the EC can’t impose EVMs as a
fait accompli on Indian democracy as the only option before the voter.
There were flaws like booth capturing, rigging, bogus voting, tampering
and ballot paper snatching in the ballot paper system of polling leading
the country to switch over to the EVMs and all these problems were
relevant in EVMs too. Rigging was possible even at the counting stage.
What made the ballot papers voter-friendly was that all aberrations were
taking place before the public eye and hence open for corrections
whereas the manipulations in the EVMs is entirely in the hands of powers
that be and the political appointees manning the sytem, the paper
commented. The EVM has only one advantage — ’speed’ but that advantage
has been undermined by the staggered polls at times spread over three to
four months. ‘’This has already killed the fun of the election
process,’’ the paper noted. Of the dozen General Elections held in the
country, only two were through the EVMs and instead of rationally
addressing the doubts aired by reputed institutions and experts the
Government has resorted to silence its critics by ‘intimidation and
arrests on false charges’, the paper observed, recalling the arrest of
Hyederabad-based technocrat Hari Prasad by the Mumbai Police. Prasad’s
research has proved that the EVMs were ‘vulnerable to fraud’. The
authorities want to send a message that anybody who challenges the EC
runs the risk of persecution and harassment, the RSS observed. Most
countries around the world looked at the EVMs with suspicion and
countries like the Netherlands, Italy, Germany and Ireland had all
reverted back to paper ballots shunning EVMs because they were ‘easy to
falsify, risked eavesdropping and lacked transparency’. Democracy is too
precious to be handed over to whims or an opaque establishment and
network of unsafe gizmos. ‘’For the health of Indian democracy it is
better to return to tried and tested methods or else elections in future
can turn out to be a farce,’’ the editorial said.– (UNI) — 28DI28.xml


RSS is a non entity unregistered party stealth,shadowy discriminating
1% of the brahmins intolerant, militant, shooting, lynching, lunatic,
mentally retarded chitpawan brahmin cannibal psychopaths attempting the
bring back manusmriti as our constitution for their hindutva cult.

Against Modi / RSS
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BJP (Bahuth Jiyadha Psychopaths) remotely controlled by just 1%
intolerant, militant, shooting, lynching, lunatic, mentally retarded
chitpawan brahmin psychopaths of RSS (Rakshasa Swayam Sevaks ) for their
stealth, shadowy, discriminatory hindutva cult rashtra are themselves
the top terrorists of the world.

America enlisted RSS in one of the Biggest Terrorist Organisation in the World


A US-based risk management and consulting company has put the Rashtriya
Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) in its category of ‘Threat Group’ and called it
“a shadowy, discriminatory group that seeks to establish a hndutva cult
rashtra.”

Terrorism Watch & Warning provides intelligence,
research, analysis, watch and warning on international terrorism and
domestic terrorism related issues; and is operated by OODA Group LLC
that helps clients identify, manage, and respond to global risks and
uncertainties while exploring emerging opportunities and developing
robust and adaptive strategies for the future.

The RSS was
banned in 1948 following the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi by an
chitpawan brahmin as the owners of RSS member, Nathuram Godse.


Violence as ‘Group Activities’ for the RSS, “Violence has been a
strategy for the Sangh movement against minority groups. Stealth shadowy
discriminatory hindutva cult 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 Terrorism Watch & Warning database
contains over 1,00,000 Open source intelligence (OSINT) excerpts from
1999 to present on terrorism and security related issues, attack
database of over 10,000 attacks, original terrorism analysis, terrorism
document repository, Homeland Security Fact Sheets and profiles over 500
Terrorist/Threat Groups.

http://www.abplive.in/…/uttar-pradesh-elections-bjps-legal-…

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/…/articlesh…/49943534.cms


KOLKATA: Claiming that the activists of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh
(RSS) have been indicted in at least 13 terror cases across India,
former Maharashtra inspector general of police S M Mushrif on Thursday
described the BJP’s ideological mentor as India’s number one terrorist
organisation.

“RSS activists have been chargesheeted in at least
13 cases of terror acts in which RDX has been used. If organisations
like Bajrang Dal are taken into the account, then the number of such
cases goes up to 17,” Mushrif said at an event in Kolkata.

“The
RSS is India’s number one terrorist organisation, there is no doubt on
this,” said Mushrif, referring to the 2007 Mecca Masjid bombing in
Hyderabad, the 2006 and 2008 Malegaon blasts in Maharashtra and the 2007
Samjhauta Express bombings among others.

During elections they
attempt to provoke violence by raking up issues such as Triple Talaq,
Removal of reservation, RSSIse Ram Temple, RSSised anti-reservationist
Sardar patel statue and RSSised Shivaji statue costing Rs 3000 crores
each.But not for replacing the entire EVMs which costs Rs 1600 crores
according to ex CEC Sampath because of which the ex CJI had committed a
grave error of judgement by ordering that the EVMs should be replaced in
a phased manner. Only 8 out of 543 lok Sabha 2014 were replaced. This
helped Murderer of democratic institutions (Modi) to gobble the Master
Key. Henve without any fear he is indulging in issues like the
DEMONItisation anti reservation etc.,
The present CEC says taht
only in 2019 the entire EVMs will be replaced. Till such time he never
ordered for Ballot Papers to be used which helped BSP of Ms Mayawati ti
win majority seats in UP Panchayat elections.

It is the duty of
all people for democracy, liberty, freedom, equality and fraternity as
enshrined in our Modern Constitution including the present CJI to
dissolve all Central and State governments selected by these fraud EVMs
and go for fresh elections with Ballot Papers till entire EVMs were
replaced.

And to initiate legal action on BJP and RSS for their terrorist activities.And also ban these outfits.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chitpavan


Chitpavans were not esteemed in social ranking, and were indeed
considered by other older Brahmin castes as being an inferior caste of
Brahmins.They came in Country’s social mainstream in time somewhere
around Peshwas.

The community chitpavan brahmins remains
concentrated in Maharashtra but also has populations all over the
country and the rest of the world including the USA , UK and Canada.


After the fall of the Maratha Empire in 1818, the Chitpavans lost their
political dominance to the British. The British would not subsidize the
Chitpavans on the same scale that their caste-fellow, the Peshwas had
done in the past. Pay and power was now significantly reduced. Poorer
Chitpavan students adapted and started learning English because of
better opportunities in the British administration.

Some of the
prominent figures in the hindutva reform movements of the 19th and 20th
centuries came from the chitpavan brahmin community. These included
Dhondo Keshav Karve, Justice Mahadev Govind Ranade, Vinayak Damodar
Savarkar, Gopal Ganesh Agarkar, Vinoba Bhave, and Gopal Krishna Gokhale.
These reforms preached against the Hindu caste system establishment.
Yet, some of the strongest resistance to change also came from the very
same community. Jealously guarding their brahmin stature, the orthodox
among the chitpavans were not eager to see the Shastras challenged, nor
the conduct of the brahmins becoming indistinguishable from that of the
Sudras. The vanguard and the old guard clashed many times. Ranade and
other reformers were forced to offer penance for breaking purity rules.
D. K. Karve was ostracised. Even Tilak made a visit to Varanasi so that
he may not be excommunicated.

The Chitpavan community includes
two major politicians in the Gandhian tradition: Gopal Krishna Gokhale
whom Gandhi acknowledged as a preceptor, and Vinoba Bhave, one of his
outstanding disciples. Gandhi describes Bhave as the Jewel of his
disciples, and recognized Gokhale as his political guru. However, strong
opposition to Gandhi also came from within the chitpavan community. V D
Savarkar, the founder of the hindutva rashtra political ideology
hindutva, was a chitpavan brahmin. Several members of the chitpavan
community were among the first to embrace the hindutva ideology, which
they thought was a logical extension of the legacy of the Peshwas and
caste-fellow Tilak. These Chitpavans felt out of place with the Nation’s
social reform movement of Mahatama Phule . Large numbers of the
community looked to Savarkar, the Hindu Mahasabha and finally the RSS.
Gandhi’s assassins Narayan Apte and Nathuram Godse, drew their
inspiration from fringe groups in this reactionary trend.


America
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[The petition filed by one Ashok Pande, with
extremely dubious track record of filing frivolous and scandalous
petitions and was once debarred for two years from entering the premises
of the Allahabad High court, subsequent to the filing of a similar
petition by Shanti Bhushan, a former Law Minister and jurist of some
renown, is heard first, only to be dismissed, by a three-judge bench,
after hearing for five minutes.
The petition by Bhushan is, on
repeated proddings, thereafter referred to a two-judge bench, which,
just cannot overturn, even if it wants to, the judgement given
previously by a three-judge bench.
Ashok Pande, quite interestingly, would reappear to intervene in Bhushan’s case in order to oppose it!
(A sort of rerun of the Justice Loya case, in the Supreme Court!?)

Too intriguing!?

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“In public interest
litigation (PIL), the previous record of public service of litigant can
be examined by the Court”– Kalyaneswari v. Union of India (2011) 3 SCC
287

Asok Pande, the petitioner who filed the Public Interest Litigation
seeking regula…

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https://mumbaimirror.indiatimes.com/mumbai/cover-story/national-award-row-half-of-winners-stay-away-from-awards-ceremony/articleshow/64020647.cms

After diluting the PoA now the Presidents office is diluted.
That is the fate of SC/STs under Murderer of democratic institutions (Modi).

National Film Awards Row: Half the winners stay away; awards ceremony leaves President Kovind’s office fuming


<<“We are left with no choice but to express our disappointment
and convey to you that at the end of the day we feel dejected rather
than honoured for our work. It feels like a breach of trust when an
institution/ceremony that abides by extreme protocol fails to inform us
of such a vital aspect of the ceremony with prior notice. ***It seems
unfortunate that 65 years of tradition is being overturned in a jiffy***
[emphasis added],” stated a letter signed by the protesting recipients,
which was issued by them at an impromptu press conference ahead of the
ceremony and which was addressed to Chaitanya Prasad, additional
director general, Directorate of Film Festivals, and marked to both the
President and the I & B Ministry.>>]

https://mumbaimirror.indiatimes.com/…/articles…/64020647.cms

NATIONAL FILM AWARDS ROW: HALF THE WINNERS STAY AWAY; AWARDS CEREMONY LEAVES PRESIDENT KOVIND’S OFFICE FUMING

By Roshmila Bhattacharya, Mumbai Mirror |

Updated: May 4, 2018, 12.23 AM IST

Revolt at National Film Awards embarrasses I & B Ministry, leaves President’s office fuming


Over 60 winners, who alleged “discrimination”, refused to accept their
awards from Smriti Irani, after last-minute change in schedule that saw
the Prez hand out only 11 awards.

The National Film Awards
ceremony, which took place on Thursday at the Vigyan Bhavan in Delhi was
a forlorn affair, with about half of the 120-odd awardees choosing to
skip the event. Over 60 seats were empty, and the nameplates of those
who boycotted the event were kept face down.

Their boycott – on
the discontent among the awardees – was a reaction to the breach of a
65-year-old tradition of the awards being handed over by the President.


On Thursday, however, President Ram Nath Kovind presented only 11
awards, while Information & Broadcasting Minister Smriti Irani, and
her minister of state Rajyavardhan Rathore gave away the rest.


Filmmaker Praveen Morchhale, who was among those who skipped the
ceremony, told Mirror that several awardees, were hurt because of “the
discrimination that was without any basis”.

“We did not ‘boycott’
the ceremony nor did we disrespect anyone — we simply skipped it. We
would have been happy if the I & B minister would have presented all
the awards instead of a select few being chosen to receive them from
the President,” said Morchhale, whose Walking with the Wind bagged the
award for Best Film (Ladakhi), Best Sound Design and Best Re-recording.
Late actors Sridevi, and Vinod Khanna, who was also a BJP MP, were among
those felicitated posthumously by the President. Boney Kapoor,
Sridevi’s husband, and Kavita Khanna and Akshaye Khanna, wife and son of
Vinod Khanna, received the awards.

“We are left with no choice
but to express our disappointment and convey to you that at the end of
the day we feel dejected rather than honoured for our work. It feels
like a breach of trust when an institution/ceremony that abides by
extreme protocol fails to inform us of such a vital aspect of the
ceremony with prior notice. It seems unfortunate that 65 years of
tradition is being overturned in a jiffy,” stated a letter signed by the
protesting recipients, which was issued by them at an impromptu press
conference ahead of the ceremony and which was addressed to Chaitanya
Prasad, additional director general, Directorate of Film Festivals, and
marked to both the President and the I & B Ministry.
We did not
‘boycott’ the ceremony nor did we disrespect anyone — we simply skipped
it. We would have been happy if the I & B minister would have
presented all the awards instead of a select few being chosen to receive
them from the President.
-Morchhale, Filmmaker

Pointing out
that the National Awards are different from other awards and urging the
government “to maintain the dignity and eminence of the event” without a
“display of hierarchy”, the letter also said, “in the circumstance of
not receiving a response to our grievance we are left with no option but
to be absent from the ceremony. We do not intend to boycott the award
but are not attending the ceremony to convey our discontent and are
awaiting a more just solution”.

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The petition
calling for skipping the ceremony was signed by over 60 winners,
including Nagraj Manjule (Best Direction, Pavasacha Nibandha, Marathi);
KJ Yesudas (Best Male Payback Singer for the song “Poi Maranja Kalam”
from the Malayalam film Vaswasapoorvam Mansoor; and Jayaraj (Best
Director for the Malayalam film Bhayanakam). However, all three accepted
their awards on Thursday evening from the President who was flanked by
Irani and Rathore.

The awardees learnt of the change in the
schedule and felicitators on Wednesday afternoon during rehearsals for
the event, and conveyed their grievance to Irani who, said a source,
assured them that she would convey them to Rashtrapati Bhavan and would
get back once she heard from the President’s office. Later in the
evening, the source said that all the awardees were verbally asked to be
present at Vigyan Bhavan by 3:15 pm on Thursday. The source added that
the final decision to skip the ceremony was taken after there was no
official word from the I & B minister.

The President’s press
secretary Ashok Malik said in a statement: “The President attends all
award functions and convocations for a maximum of one hour. This has
been the protocol since he took office (August 2017). It was conveyed to
Information and Broadcasting Ministry several weeks ago and the
ministry knew this all along. Rashtrapati Bhavan is surprised by the
11th hour questions that have been raised.”

What should have been one of the happiest days of our lives is a sad one for many of us.
-National Film Awardee


Meanwhile, several of the winners, who refused to accept their awards
from Irani, watched the telecast of the ceremony in the lobby of Hotel
Ashok where they were put up. “What should have been one of the happiest
days of our lives is a sad one for many of us,” one of them told
Mirror. —Inputs from Lakshmi Iyer

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Boney Kapoor arrives at the venue with daughters Janhvi and Khushi Kapoor
 






Jailed
For “Insulting” Ram, Professor Says SC/STs In Karnataka Won’t Be Fooled
By BJP (Brashtachar Jiyadha Psychopaths)’s Gimmicks


“Backing a SC to become the country’s president and diluting that office like PoA won’t fool us”

At
an academic conference in Mysore in 2015, Professor B.P. Mahesh Chandra
Guru offered an interpretation of the Ramayana, in which he said Ram
was guilty of misogyny when he banished pregnant Sita to live alone in a
forest. He used the Kannada word ‘alemari’ to describe Ram. “I meant he
was ‘nomadic’ or ‘wandering’,” Guru said. A year-and-half later, Guru
spent eight days in a Mysore jail after an functionary of Karunawu
Sarvodaya Sene — a stealth, shadowy, discriminatory hindutva cult
group, that wasn’t present at the lecture — took offence at Prof.
Guru’s speech and filed a police complaint with out knowing that Valmiki
who created the Epic Ramayana was a Scheduled Caste and the just 0.1%
intolerant, cunning, crooked, number one terrorists of the world,
violent, militant, ever shooting, lynching, lunatic, mentally retarded
rapists chitpavan brahmin Rowdy Rakshasa Swayam Sevaks (RSS) and all its
other avathars like KSS have no right to talk about Rama since they are
foreigners and Paradesis from Bene Israeli.

In
his complaint, C.V.Ravishankar, the KSS functionary who works in the
city’s postal departmental, claimed Guru had hurt Hindu religious
sentiments by calling Ram a “loafer”.

Prof. Guru’s bail plea was rejected the first time and he was released only after he spent over a week in prison.

Guru,
a professor of journalism and a prominent face in SC/ST activism in
Karnataka, said he is familiar with the belligerence of Hindu
upper-caste and the far-right. However, this was an extreme case at a
time when arresting people on frivolous grounds is commonplace.

“I
was not at a demonstration or protest. I was delivering a lecture on
invitation from the institution,” he said. “The academic space is
sacred, this is where we debate and learn. You can question anything
here without the fear of getting muzzled.”

With
the Karnataka polls scheduled for May 12, the stakes in this election
could not be higher for Prof. Guru. A win for the BJP, Guru said, would
further entrench the hindutva cult’s ‘intrusion’ into spaces of learning
and their fear mongering activities.

Prof. Guru’s opposition is symptomatic of the limits of the BJP’s slick campaign to tap SC/ST communities for their votes.

This
election Guru is working hard to counter the BJP in Mysore. Guru says
he is not campaigning for any party, but is attending public meetings,
seminars, demonstrations every day with a single agenda — to defeat the
BJP in Karnataka.

As
a part of this effort, Guru, attended a seminar organised by the
Karnataka Backward Classes Federation to raise ‘awareness about the need
to protect the constitution and democracy’. The very next day, he
received a show-cause notice from the university, asking him to
‘explain’ why he was canvassing for the Congress.

Soon after, Prof. Guru was suspended from his teaching position at Mysore college.

“Conspiracy to silence SC/STs”

Guru
says his arrest is part of a broader conspiracy to silence and
intimidate SC/STs who critique the existing caste hierarchies enabled by
Hindu scriptures.

“I
was kept along with other inmates under the most insecure environment,”
he said. After the complaint was filed the RSS group, Guru alleges the
vice-chancellor of Mysore University forced his fellow academics to
support the accusations against him.

“It cannot be coincidence that the complainant and the VC live in the same neighbourhood,” he said.

The recent case of suspension, Guru alleges, is because a local BJP MP put pressure on the college administration.

“The
rule is to give people 21 days to respond to any charge brought against
them. I was given just one day. And then they suspended me on 24th
April, pending investigation,” said Guru. “Ironically, this MP was my
student in Mangalore University.”

Ambedkar had said ‘Congress is a party of manuvadis’. At this time, that rings true for the BJP.

According to the professor, at the seminar, he spoke about the need to stand up to communalist, casteist forces.

“I
said that democracy is in danger and whenever the NDA comes to power
they threaten freedom of expression. I also said we need to save the
country of communalism. It was a not a political event, it was a
cultural event and we expressed our political views there. That cannot
be held against us as canvassing for a party,” he said. Guru explained
that the organisers or the participants had not shot videos of the
event, yet, the deputy commissioner of the Election Commission said that
they have videos of the event.

“It
is clear someone was trying to get back at us for criticising the BJP,”
he said, adding, an examination of the videos will reveal that he
didn’t canvas for a party. He suspects that the Commission’s action is a
response to media reports of the event.

Guru
is also fighting another police case, lodged after he attended a
seminar organised by the SC/ST Welfare Trust on the relevance of the
Bhagavadgita. which was again created by Vyasa a Scheduled Caste.

“I
had not uttered any word against Bhagavadgita but I made certain
constructive comments on the need for Anti-Superstition Bill of
Karnataka,” he said. “I had appealed to the audience to keep a copy of
Constitution of India and develop responsible citizenry.”

These
many FIRs, Guru feels, is evidence that the BJP’s promises of uplifting
the minorities and backward castes is just lip service to bag votes.

“In the 1930s, Ambedkar had said ‘Congress is a party of manuvadis’. At this time, that rings true for the BJP,” Guru said.
Two-Faced

In
Guru’s reading, the BJP presents the SC/STs with two faces: Murderer of
democratic institutions ( Modi ) inaugurates elaborate memorials to
‘celebrate’ Ambedkar, meanwhile RSS goons are vandalising Ambedkar
statues across the country.

The party, Guru said, was torn between discrediting Ambedkar’s legacy and appropriating it.

He
thinks that the Centre’s handling of the Rohith Vemula case is proof
that they don’t want to anything substantial for the backward castes.

“Modi
does nothing to penalise the likes of Anant Kumar Hegde, who says that
the constitution should be changed,” Guru said. “The way Hegde has been
elevated in the Centre and has been campaigning in Karnataka, I am sure
the BJP thinks of him as a chief ministerial candidate for their party
in the state.”

Hegde
has made his political career by making controversial public
statements: When SC/STs demonstrated against him in Bellari district of
Karnataka in January this year, Hegde said he was not bothered by ’stray
dogs barking’.


After SC/STs blocked his car and demonstrated against him in Bellari
district of Karnataka, Hegde said he was not bothered by ’stray dogs
barking’.

However,
Hegde has been campaigning extensively for the party in the run-up to
the polls in the state. He was made the minister of state for skill
development in a cabinet reshuffle helmed by Modi in September last
year.

Recently,
Adityanath’s Uttar Pradesh government insisted that BR Ambedkar be
identified as Bhimrao ‘Ramji’ Ambedkar because that’s how he is
identified in the eighth schedule of the Constitution. A few weeks
later, a ’saffron’ Ambedkar statue was unveiled in Uttar Pradesh, which
was only painted blue after protests from local BSP leader.

Guru
is also critical of the saffron party’s decision to install Ramnath
Kovind as the President of India and diluting his office like PoA.

“Political
gimmicks like backing a SC/ST to become the country’s president won’t
fool us. In fact, how come the SC president didn’t say a word when Hegde
was talking about changing the constitution. Or when the Ambedkar
statues were being vandalised?” Guru asked.

Kovind,
Guru said, was not a true representative of SC/STs. “He is a true
representation of chamchas, stooges, chelas, bootlickers and own
mother’s flesh eaters in support of vested interest RSS”

If Ambedkar was alive today, Guru concluded, he’d call the BJP what he once called the Congress, “A burning house.”

The Murderer of
democratic institutions (Modi) gobbled the Master Key by tampering the
fraud EVMs. The software and its source code are kept secret. The
Brashachar Jiyadha Psychopaths (BJP) is remotely controlled by Rowdy,
Rakshasa Swayam Sevaka (RSS).

Ms Mayawati became
eligible to be the Prime Minister after her best governance of Uttar
Pradesh as Chief Minister. This was not tolerated by the foreigners
chitpavan brahmins and defeated her with the help of these fraud EVMs
which is negating the Universal Adult Franchise.

Therefore the entire 99.9% Sarvajan Samaj must unite and see that C.V.Ravishankar,

Anant Kumar Hegde,
the ex CJI (Cheat Justice) Sathasivam who committed a grave srror of
justice by ordering that the EVMs could be replaced in a phased manner
where the replacement order itself is a clear proof that the EVMs could
be tampered, the ex CEC (Cheating Evil Commision) Sampath who suggested
that the EVMs had to be replaced in a phased manner because of the cost
of Rs 1600 crore at that time without ordering for Ballot Papers to be
used till the entire EVMs were used. The CJI and the injustices who have
diluted the SC/ST Prevention of Atrocities Act, The Murderers of
democratic institutions a(Modi) and his gang must be arrested under PoA
and treated for their, hatred, anger, jealousy, delusion which are
defilement of the mind in mental asylums.



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