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It was her manipulations of democracy that started its downward descent, a process that has expanded exponentially and diversified in every conceivable direction with the passage of decades.Part-4.

Indira behaved as Dictator with Congressmen, She had no respect to anybody

Opinion
11/12/2016.
       911.
                All Members,
         Respected family members of this great holy Nation.

 Demonic character is hidden, the reality of the Dictator

Sub :  Indira mistakes cost India dearly

Ref :  The most pernicious legacy left behind by Indira Gandhi is the lumpenisation and criminalisation of politics.


26. Rajiv Gandhi, despite his dreams for India and pretensions to modernity succumbed to communal and vote bank politics with his stand on the Shah Bano case, in which the Supreme Court ruled that Shah Bano be given alimony by her divorced husband. Muslim fundamentalists agitated that it was an encroachment in their Personal Law.
 Under their pressure, in 1986, the Congress, which had an absolute majority in Parliament at the time, passed an Act that nullified the Supreme Court's judgement in the Shah Bano case.


 27. This can only be seen as retrogressive obscurantism for short-term minority populism, betraying the welfare and protection of Muslim women in India.

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This legacy of the Congress has incrementally evolved to proportions that can today, in most moderate language, be termed only as anti-national, anti-Muslim, communal and divisive vote bank politics, using every trick of the trade to divide the majority and minority communities, and ensure that minorities and the vote banks they constitute, remain in a position of dependency forever.


28. Rajiv's disastrous foreign policy and fatal misadventure in Sri Lanka, not only cost him his life, but left another ulcer in India's southern maritime border with Sri Lanka.


The double dealings with the LTTE and Jayawardane, and the humiliation of the IPKF have led some political analysts to term Rajiv's Sri Lankan misadventure as the Vietnam of India.


MY VIEW

CONGRESS AND NEHRU DYNASTY ALREADY IMMERSED IN MANY SCAMS, NOW THE CHOTTA NAWAB PRETENDS UNKNOWN THOSE SINS DONE BY HIS ANCESTORS, ROAM AS A LUNATIC, ABUSING PM.



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