Posts Tagged ‘UPA’

Court Rejects bail plea for Amit Shah. Justice Sytem and Enfocement agencies are applauded. NDA on back foot.

July 24, 2010 Leave a comment

Victory Sign ? About ?

The Govt of Narender Modi, is in a isolation mode, and even the party at finding it highly uncomfortable to handle and face the fact that a Minister is in such a soup, and the type of allegations and positioning by the investigative and enforcement authorities of the NATION are to reach to surface and find the truth behind the fake encounter of late Sorabuddin and his late Wife, are commendable.

This is going to help the system and to build confidence among the common public that there justice and enforcement mechanism is active and will be rightfully harsh on the culprits and will not spare any individual or organization.

The rejection of the bail plea by the courts is a sign oust f how heinous is the crime committed by this Shah in the cattagory of Modi. Read more…

Extradicate Anderson, expose his political conncetions, provide Just Relief to Victims Immeidately.

June 11, 2010 3 comments

The Writing on the wall translates the anger and amount of pain the victims Bhopal Gas suffered and are continuing to suffer since 1984. Justice is denied and delayed.

What is the  difference between Moulana Masood safe passage to Khandar and Anderson’s escort from Bhopal Airport to safety. 

MoulanaMasood became the most dreaded mind behind the Terror net works in Pakistan, in the case of Anderson his hands were soiled with killings and agonies of  innocent half a million  of victims to his negligence in Union Carbide Gas Leak in Bhopal, the Victims in lakhs lost life and laksh  are still  suffering and will continue to suffer for decades.  Both have escaped, and both have abused and put to shame mankind, yet both are escaping the clutchs of law for our land.

The Justice is not given or any relief to the Victims of Union Carbide, for 25 long years, lakhs died, lakhs are still suffering.

Twenty-five years after the Bhopal gas tragedy killed over 20,000 people; a local court in Bhopal convicted former Union Carbide of India Limited (UCIL) chairman Keshub Mahindra and seven others in the case, awarding each of them two years in prison.

On the night between December 2-3, 1984, the plant released methyl isocyanine (MIC) gas and other toxins, resulting in the exposure of over 500,000 people. Read more…