Monday, November 4, 2013

Communal Riots during Congress Rule.

BJP reads Congress the riot act

Look at this horrible Congress record on RIOTS under their rule. 

By Pratul Sharma
Published: 27th Oct 2013 07:57:28 AM
BJP think-tank PPRC prepares a comparative document that reveals a horrifying chronicle of communal violence under non-BJP governments.

To counter the Congress game plan to target Modi on the Gujarat riots, the BJP’s newly minted think-tank, Public Policy Research Center (PPRC), headed by  director Vinay Sahasrabuddhe has drafted a nine-page document on the history of communal riots in India.

Kapil Sebal Challenging Naredra modi to have a debate with him, on any subject, any day, any time, and saying, let the subject be chosen by Narendra Modi, let the place and day and time be his choice. I am willing to debate with him.

Kapil Sebal says... Modi doesn't know even history how can he build future of this country?

We have heard his ZERO loss theory before on Coal scam. That fooling of people of India is exposing him and Congress as many skeletons are tumbling out of Coalgate cupboard. This has become a Congress habit to fool people. Last 65-67 years they have been doing the same and today, they are getting exposed.

Mr Kapil Sebal, people of India may have short memory, they may not remember your party history which is ugly in all the sense. It may be easy to fool them but this record is to revive your memory of Congress history.  Before you think of debating with Mr Modi, you need to explain to people of this country about your own party history that is checkered. It is worst if we look at the records.

It is terrible on the count of Human Rights violations, number of deaths, communal politics and riots during your party rule?

How do you explain this past records? When targeting Mr Modi on 2002 riots?

This well researched document suggests that the communal record of Congress governments and that of other non-BJP parties is far worse than Modi’s one time taint and the Gujarat riots should not been seen in isolation.
The research paper entitled ‘A Fact sheet on Communal Riots in India’ documents the history of sectarian violence in India, which it states has become a “permanent phenomenon after the 1960s” due to politics of “vote bank and appeasement.”

It goes on to record India’s long history of communal strife.
As the purpose of the document is to counter the ‘secular ‘offensive on Narendra Modi, the think tank has presented a comparative study of causes and responsibilities regarding  other major riots including the 1983 Nellie Massacre, the 1984 anti-Sikh riots and the Ahmedabad riots of 1969. This history records show, Congress failed of maintaining communal stability in states it has ruled. In the 1983 Nellie Massacre (result of clashes between ethnic Assamese and Bangladeshi settlers) 1,819 Muslims were killed on Congress watch. During the 1984 Delhi riots that followed Indira Gandhi’s assassination, around 2,733 Sikhs were butchered. In the 1969 Ahmedabad riots in Congress-ruled Gujarat triggered by an attack on a temple, the toll was 512.


Satyendra Narayan Sinha was CM at that time.In his autobiography Meri Yaadein, Meri Bhoolein, released by the then Bihar Governor Buta Singh in the presence of Defence Minister Pranab Mukherjee {now President of India}, Satyendra Narayan Sinha accused his Congress colleagues of "fanning" the 1989 Bhagalpur violence to malign him, specifically mentioning his predecessor and former chief minister Bhagwat Jha Azad and the former speaker Shivchandra Jha.
He also accused the Prime Minister of overruling his order to transfer the then superintendent of police K S Dwivedi who had failed miserably to discharge his duties. The decision was not only an encroachment of the Constitutional right of the state government but also a step detrimental to ongoing efforts to ease tensions. When he stepped down from the post of Chief Minister of Bihar, Jagannath Mishra succeeded him. He recalled when he met Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi later on, he informed him about the "role of some Congress leaders

Posted by Govindan at 10/28/2013
Most of the riots took place due to un justified appeasement of Muslim community by Congress party and regional parties. Congress party has no other issue except 2002 riots against Modi. 
But nobody is talking on Bhagalpur riots in 1989. It is orchestrated by some members of the Congress party to over throw Satyendra Naryan Sinha who was Congress CM in Bihar at that time. The riot started on 24th October 1989 and the violent incidents continued to happen for 2 months. The violence affected the Bhagalpur city and 250 villages around it, Over 1000 people (around 900 of which were Muslims) were killed and another 50000 were displaced as a result of the violence. 
It was the worst Hindu-Muslim violence in the independent India at that time surpassing the 1969 Gujarat riots.

This is the congress history of worst riots when because of Congress style of communal politics many hundreds got killed in politically orchestrated riots in Congress ruled states. 

Will Kapil Sebal like to talk about these deaths and human rights violations? Why shuoldnt senior Congressmen who were involved be tried in Human Rights courts who were responsible for the deaths of thousands of innocents ? 

Why Digvijay Singh, Kapil Sebal, P. Chidamambaram, Manish tiwari, Ajay Maken talk about their own history which is full of human rights violations? And nobody is till today arrested, convicted and jailed or hanged for the killings of hundreds and thousands of citizens during Congress rule? Why?
Kapil Sebal... why not talk of Congress history before we talk of 2002 riots? And your selfish, shameless alliance partners like JDU, SP, BSP too dont like to talk of this history? for the last 10 years everyday you all have been hanging Mr Modi for 2002 riots when Supreme court is investigating and have found no shred of evidence against Narendra Modi, and yet, in your Taleban style courts, you keep targetting Mr Modi?
Stop this undemocratic behavior and stop your communal politics. It is Congress which is systematically dividing communities in this country for vote bank politics. 

Mr Kapil Sebal.. with your checkered history of RIOTS, can you build 
any better future for India ?

In 2014, you will be paying heavy price for your political dishonesty and arrogance. 

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