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Ahmed Patel ➖ The erstwhile Power behind Sonia Congress

The BLACK BOX of Sonia Gandhi, #AhmedPatel

Why AHMAD PATEL was important for @incindia

  1. Ahmad Patel was right hand of Sonia Gandhi. Everyone work under him except Sonia Gandhi.
  2. He was owner of most of the madarsas in India. His family members are VC of Deoband institutions. His cousins run chain of madarsas.
  3. He and Farooq Abdullah share family relations. He had links in Kerala. He was gateway of Arab money to India.
  4. He controlled entire media chain. He is the one on whose command Vineet Jain thrown Arnab out from Times Now. His people are placed in all the channels.
  5. There are fleet of corporate cadres under his influence like Nilekani, Kiran Mazumdar Shaw, Narayan and many NGO runners.
  6. He was the one who backtracked three orders when RAW had got Dawood. From Samjhauta, Ajmer to Mumbai blast, he managed everything from media narrative to Home ministry.
  7. He recruited everyone between 2004-2014 from judiciary, secretary to media editors.
  8. You can imagine his power that he jailed sitting Home Minister Amit Shah for more than 4 months and his entire state
    intelligence team for 8 years led by DIG Vanzara. He was so powerful that he grilled sitting CM Narendra Modi for 13 hours. He compelled Amit Shah to leave Gujrat.
  9. He was the man behind Augusta Westland to Spectrum. He was prime broker. Sonia Gandhi favored Ahmad Patel more than Rahul Gandhi.
  10. He openly captured 44 MLA and had wasted crores in resort. Neither media nor law asked him how he could do that.
    He is not in power though he had shown his power when he required 45 votes knowing that he would get 44 votes only. He went to EC and EC disqualified 2 votes within hours. Video shows no malpractice and one can check the video. Despite the presence of NDA cabinet ministers Ahmad Patel made sure EC make him winner.

This is equal to winning of a state election. He reduced Congress from 57 to 42 but Congress made sure he wins. He was the lifeline of Sonia Gandhi and rumors suggest of a bedroom relationship too but left without investigation as is with all Sonia Gandhi cases by any Govt.

But, what a deserving end..!
Ahmed Patel, who stopped the funeral of former PM PV Narasimha Rao at Delhi and forced the then PM MMS to shift the body toHyderabad and did not even allow the body to bebrought to AICC HQ as Congress PM for last rites & respects is having a silent Burial amidst the COVID protocol of body disposal. No one was allowed to attend his funeral!
Karma does come back!
😷😷😷😷😷😷😷👌👌👌

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Posted by on January 27, 2022 in Uncategorized

 

Selective Amnesia with Appeasement flavor of former Admiral Arun Prakash

Press Release & Video: Political leadership’s silence after calls for genocide is “ominous . there should be outright condemnation and firm action”; we could end up with civil war: former Navy Chief Admiral Arun Prakash to Karan Thapar for The Wire.

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In an interview that delivers a firm and blunt warning but also raises disturbing questions, one of India’s former Navy Chiefs and a former Chairman of the Chiefs of Staff Committee has said the silence from the country’s political leadership after calls for muslim genocide and ethnic cleansing were made at a Dharam Sansad in December in Haridwar is “ominous … (and) there should be outright condemnation and firm action”. Admiral Arun Prakash said if this continues “there’s bound to be a counter” and “the next step could be conflict”. Asked if this meant we could end up with civil war, Admiral Prakash replied: “Yes, indeed” and asked “do we want that?”

In a 30-minute interview to Karan Thapar for The Wire, Admiral Prakash, who along with three other former naval chiefs and a former air force chief, was a signatory to an open letter addressed to the President and the Prime Minister on 31st December about the Dharam Sansad’s calls for genocide and ethnic cleansing, was asked if there has been a reply from either the President or the Prime Minister and replied: “None so far (and) it’s futile to expect one”. Admiral Prakash also said there’s not even been an acknowledgement of the letter. He added: “The least one expected was an acknowledgement”. Asked if this implied discourtesy he said: “it would be par for the course”.

In the interview, Admiral Prakash also raised serious and disturbing questions about the fact not a single former army chief was willing to sign the letter. He was also sharply critical of the delay in appointing a new Chief of Defence Staff. We will come to both later in this precis.

Speaking about the silence of the political leadership, Admiral Prakash asked: “Does it signify tacit approval?” He said its “extremely disturbing”.

In the interview to The Wire, Admiral Prakash discussed the impact such calls for genocide could have on the three services, particularly the army, all of which have muslim, christian, hindu, sikh soldiers – in fact, soldiers from all the faiths of the country. He said: “Think what goes on in a soldiers mind? … such talk will send a message of deep disquiet to the armed forces.” More importantly, he added, the armed forces are “the last bastion of our democracy”. He said a soldier is sworn to fight for the country “unto the peril of his life”. They do not think of religion. They think of the country. Now, when speakers at the Dharam Sansad “made a call to the army … to take up weapons and participate in the cleanliness drive”, they have been asked to focus on religion rather than the country.

Speaking specifically about the army, Admiral Prakash said it has been nurtured over 350 years but these calls for genocide could “upset the unity and cohesion” of the army.

Admiral Prakash pointed out these calls for genocide will also impact peace and harmony in the country which, in turn, will seriously affect national security. He said India already faces a “two and a half front” threat but now “if you superimpose religious/sectarian fratricidal conflicts, the cumulative threat could overwhelm India’s security apparatus and bring us to the brink of disaster.”

Admiral Prakash added: “Rarely have I felt such a deep sense of dismay and apprehension as I do today … (it’s) given rise to (a) foreboding about the future of my country.”

When pointed out by The Wire that the December 31 letter had been signed by four former naval chiefs and a former air force chief but not one former army chief was a signatory – even though the army is by far the biggest of the three services – Admiral Prakash raised two worrying questions. He said the fact not a single former army chief had signed the letter could either be because they believe the call for genocide and ethnic cleansing is something they agree with or because they are apprehensive – in other words, fearful – of the consequences of signing such a letter. He said “in either case it’s something to worry about”. When further asked whether both questions raise worrying concerns about India’s former army chiefs that will disturb veteran soldiers, serving soldiers and also the wider country he said he did not want to speculate further.

Finally, Admiral Prakash said it’s a matter of serious concern that a whole month has passed since the tragic death of Gen. Rawat but the government has not appointed a new Chief of Defence Staff. He said: “ it should not take more than a day or two or a week at the most”. Asked if this delay was irresponsible he said it is “entirely undesirable”. He said it sends a very wrong message to India’s adversaries.

The above is a paraphrased precis of Admiral Arun Prakash’s interview to Karan Thapar for The Wire. Though recounted from memory it is not inaccurate. However, there’s a lot more in the interview than has been covered in this precis. Please see the full interview for a better understanding of Admiral Prakash’s viewpoints.

Here is the link:

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Does the Admiral know that such calls for genocide of Hindus echoes through every mosque and public meetings conducted by the Muslims of Kerala ➖ guys like the Admiral have selective amnesia. A Padre from Kanyakumari in a Christian public meeting said Hindus must either be converted or killed. He boasted that Kanyakumari will soon be a church town instead of a temple town. This Admiral was in slumber then. Why, today, 8th January, on a public TV Debate Owaisi’s party spokesperson said that India will not be a Ram Rajya but a Babur Rajya. Will this Admiral condemn this not less than Hindu genocide call ? No, instead he will crouch under the Sickular cloak out of fright of the Muslims.
Yes, the Hindu call from Haridwar must echo loudly all over India and wake up all the bloody eternally sleeping Hindus and the sleeping political leadership that has made it s habit to look the other way when it comes to Hindus 😡‼️

 
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Posted by on January 10, 2022 in Uncategorized

 

BATTLE OF SOMNATH TEMPLE (06 to 08 Jan 1026 CE) : ODE TO A MILLINIUM OF HEROIC STRUGGLE

A superb narrative no leftist and socialist historian will quote of Indian history

  1. Almost 1000 years back (996 years to be precise!), the epic Battle of Somnath Temple was fought by the Indian warriors against Turkic invader Mahmud Ghazni. Many of us would have heard about the destruction of Somnath Temple in Gujrat by Mahmud Ghazni, ruler of Ghazni (located in present day Afghanistan) in 1026 CE. However, the true significance of this battle has never been told to us. On the anniversary of this epic battle, this short write-up is my humble tribute to the 50,000 brave hearts who sacrificed their life in this battle as also to the countless others who braved a millennium of persecution to ensure that the flame does not extinguish.
  2. Mahmud Gazni was a tyrant who had caried out untold miseries in present day Afghanistan, North West Iran and North-Central India. Having destroyed major temple towns of Thaneshwar (near Kurukshetr), Mathura and Kannauj in his preceding invasions into India, Mahmud launched his major operation into Gujarat coast to destroy the famous temple of Somnath.
  3. One of the major reasons for this expedition for destruction of lord Somnath idol was the then belief amongst some Islamic scholars that idol of Somnath was actually the idol of Manat, the goddess worshipped by the Arabs at Mecca, prior to advent of Islam. They believed that the idol of Manat had been transported by its worshippers to India to prevent it’s destruction. The famous mystic poet, Sheikh Faridud-din Attar referred to it as goddess Lat, another important deity worshipped by the pre-Islamic Arabs at Mecca.
  4. Mahmud Gazni commenced his operations from Gazni on 18 Oct 1025 CE with an army of around 30,000 regular cavalry and thousands of volunteers who were looking forward to grabbing Maal-e-Ghanimat (euphemism for loot and plunder). The invaders, after a short halt at Multan moved, through the Thar desert, via Mt Abu and by the end of Dec 1025 had reached Patan. The army of Patan met the invaders at Mundher (modern Modhera) but were defeated. From Modhera, Mahmud marched towards Somnath and had invested the temple town by 6 Jan 1026. The epic battle took place between 6-8 Jan 1026.
  5. According to the Islamic chroniclers, the defenders fought with unmatched heroism. On 7 Jan, the Turkic army was able to scale the temple wall; but in desperate counterattacks, the defenders were able to push the invaders back. However, by 8th Jan, the battle was coming to an end. The defending warriors, who comprised mostly of devotees who had grabbed whatever weapons they could muster and small body of professional soldiers from the rulers in the vicinity of Somnath fought resolutely. Band after band of defenders entered the sanctum sanctorum to take blessings of Lord Somnath and then rushed out to fight the invaders. As the third day of battle ended, around 50,000 of the defenders lay dead. Ganga Sarvajna, the Pashupatacharya of the temple died in front of the Shivling, before it was shattered to pieces. However, the sacrifices had not been in vain. The pitched battle had caused large number of casualties in the Turkic army too.
  6. Mahmud then entered the centuries old temple and broke the idol of lord Somnath. Some portions of the idol were sent to Mecca and Baghdad and some were thrown in front of the Jama Masjid in Ghazi and his palace. The temple wealth was looted and the temple was burnt to ground.
  7. After the battle, Mahmud realised that the Indian rulers were converging under King Paramdeo of Abu to block the return route of Mahmud Gazni. Having taken a terrible beating in the Battle of Somnath, Mahmud’s troops were not ready for another pitched battle with the Indians. So, loading their loot and plundering from the temple (justified by the legal term Maal-e- Ghanimat ), Mahmud retreated along Westerly route through Kutch and Sindh. However, the Turks did not retreat unmolested. The Turks were led astray by a devotee of Lord Somnath who had offered to act as a guide, but to avenge the desecration of his deity, had intentionally brought the Army to a place in the deserts where water could not be found. It was with great difficulty and losses that the Turks were able to navigate out of the Desert. However, as they came out of the desert, the Jats of Sindh were waiting for the Turkic invaders. Al Baruni (famous writer in the court of Mahmud Gazni) says that the Jats of Sindh were worshippers of Shiva. The Jats, living along the Indus River carried out continuous raids all along the Turkic retreat, causing a large number of casualties to the Turks. Ibn-ul-Athir writes that, “……but at last, after suffering great distress and hardship, he reached Ghazni in Apr 1026”.
  8. However, this was not the first time that the Jats of Sindh had showed their fighting prowess to foreign invaders. Almost three hundred years back, their ancestors had meted the same treatment to Md bin Qassim, the Arab invader who had carried out trail of death and destruction in Sind and South-Western Punjab in 711-12 CE. The effectiveness of Jat military action can be gauged from the fact that in Mar 1027 CE, Mahmud Gazni launched an expedition specifically against the Jats staying along the Indus River. I am not sure if the present day Jats know of these glorious exploits of their clansmen.
  9. Aftermath . The actual saga of a millennium of dogged perseverance begins after the battle of Somnath .

(a) Under the leadership of King Bhimdev and his son Karna, the temple was reconstructed between 1030 to 1045-50 CE. The temple was further enlarged and renovated by King Kumarpala (under the guidance of Saint Bhava Brihaspati) in 1169 CE. This was not merely restructuring of the Temple but of the complete town.

(b) In 1300 CE, on orders of Alla-ud-din Khliji, the temple was once again destroyed by his general Alaf Khan but not before fighting a pitched battle with the local devotees and warriors who fell fighting. However, the temple was repaired by King Mahipaldeva (1308-1352 CE); the Chundasama King of Junagarh and his son, Ra Khangar between 1325 and 1351 CE.

(c) However, the temple was again destroyed by Zaffar Khan, the then governor of Gujrat. In 1459 CE, Mahmud Begda, the then ruler of Gujrat attacked Somnath Temple and converted the temple into a mosque. However, by 1500 CE, the temple had been reclaimed and re-built.

(d) In 1669 CE Aurangzab ordered Somnath Temple’s destruction, along with destruction of a number of other notable temples of that time. However, even after the destruction of the temple, the locals continued to worship in the temple ruins. So, in 1706 Aurangzeb ordered the local Governor to destroy the temple ruins beyond the possibility of repairs and converted the broken temple into a mosque.

(e) It was only in 1783, that the indomitable Queen Ahilyabai built a new temple at Somnath.

(f) In Dec 1812, the Gaekwads of Baroda acquired control of the Somnath temple from the Nawab of Junagarh. However, hostility of Nawabs of Junagarh ensured that no meaningful repairs could be undertaken and by 1930s the temple was in ruins with almost no repairs and other restorations having been undertaken for almost 150 years.

(g) Post-Independence, it was on 12 Nov 1947 that Sardar Patel ordered construction of a new temple at Somnath while KM Munshi oversaw the actual construction.

  1. Impact of the Battle of Somnath . Prior to the epic battle of Somnath, Mahmud had been attacking North India with impunity, carrying out untold death and destruction. However, the Battle of Somnath caused such immense losses in his Army and so thoroughly demoralised the Turkic troops that hereafter they never undertook any further invasions into India save the expedition against the brave Jats of Sindh. Even this campaign against Jats was more of a face-saving expedition. The significance of Battle of Somnath in destroying the combat power of a foreign invader is similar to what the mighty Marathas achieved against Ahmed Shah Abdali in the Third Battle of Panipat . In this great historic battle, Marathas, under Sadashivrao Bhau badly decimated the Afghans. Like Mahmud, after the terrible beating suffered in the Third battle of Panipat, Abdali’s power was on the wane.
  2. Today, the temple of Somnath stands tall, symbolic of the Indian spirit of perseverance and doggedness, unmatched by any other civilisation in the world. In contrast, tomb of Mahmud Ghazni stands dilapidated and forgotten. While the regions of India which were attacked by Mahmud are growing from strength to strength, the region of Ghazni is mired in poverty and strife. Is this the Theory of Karma in action?
  3. Balidan Stambh. As we approach the 1000th anniversary of this epic battle on 8 Jan 2026 it would be only fair to construct a Balidan Stambh at Somnath to commemorate the 50,000 warriors who laid down their life fighting a ruthless invader. Jai Hind!

Karan Khajuria

 
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Posted by on January 10, 2022 in Uncategorized