Saturday, September 28, 2013

Victims Of Modi Toofan

मोदी से मिलने पर नीतीश ने विधायक को पार्टी से निष्कासित किया

29.09.2013 PrabhatKhabar  ( Read More below)

पटना: बिहार के मुख्यमंत्री नीतीश कुमार के दल जदयू के विधायक छेदी पासवान के भाजपा के प्रधानमंत्री पद के उम्मीदवार नरेंद्र मोदी से भेंट करने पर उन्हें पार्टी से छह वर्षो के लिए निष्कासित कर दिया गया 
है. बिहार कीपिछली नीतीश सरकार में मंत्री रहे और कैमूर जिला के मोहनिया विधानसभा क्षेत्र से जदयू के विधायक छेदी पासवान के मोदी सेगांधीनगर में मुलाकात किए जाने पर उन्हें पार्टी से छह वर्षो के लिए निष्कासित कर दिया गया है.
वर्तमान नीतीश सरकार मंत्रिमंडल में स्थान नहीं मिलने से नाराज चल रहे पासवान ने मोदी से अपनी इस मुलाकात को केवल शिष्टाचार मुलाकात बताया. लेकिन उनकी पार्टी ने उनकी इस दलील को मानने से इंकार दिया. जदयू के प्रदेश अध्यक्ष वशिष्ठ नारायण सिंह ने बताया कि पार्टी के राष्ट्रीय अध्यक्ष शरद यादव ने पासवान को जदयू से छहवर्षो के लिए निष्कासित कर दिया है. जदयू में वर्ष 2005 में शामिल होने के पूर्व पासवान राजद शासनकाल में भी मंत्री रहे थे.
इससे पूर्व जदयू के दो सांसद कैप्टन जयनारायण निषाद और पूर्णमासी राम ने गुजरात के भाजपा अध्यक्ष राजेंद्र रुपाला से मुलाकात की थी और नरेंद्र मोदी के गुणगान किए थे. उल्लेखनीय है कि नरेंद्र मोदी को भाजपा द्वारा चुनावअभियान समिति का प्रमुख बनाए जाने के बाद पिछले 16 जून को जदयू ने भाजपा से नाता तोड लिया था. नरेंद्र मोदी आगामी 27अक्तूबर को भाजपा द्वारा पटना में आयोजित हुंकार रैली को संबोधित करने वाले हैं.

BSP expels MP for praising Modi for “puppy” remarks

Days after he defended Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi for his “puppy” remarks, Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) on Wednesday expelled its Hamirpur MP Vijay Bahadur Singh for making statements which went against the “philosophy and principles” of the party.

A statement from the party said despite repeated warnings Singh continued to make statements which were not in sync with party lines, therefore, he was being expelled.
A senior party leader said Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar has been informed about the party’s decision to expel Singh.

Singh, who is a first time MP from BSP, has been denied ticket for the next Lok Sabha elections.
Angry at Singh’s defence of Modi for his “puppy” remarks, BSP chief Mayawati had slammed him and had distanced herself from the statement

Expelled from Cong, Sadhu repeats: 'Modi is next PM'

Shortly after he was expelled from the Congress, Anirudh Prasad alias Sadhu Yadav — brother-in-law of RJD chief Lalu Prasad — on Monday projected Narendra Modi as a "backward leader" and vowed to campaign for him in the 2014 general elections. He also argued that the 2002 Gujarat riots was an "old issue" and claimed "Muslim brothers" will vote for Modi.

A few days after the former Gopalganj MP met Modi and termed him better PM material than Rahul Gandhi, Bihar Pradesh Congress Committee on Monday expelled him from primary membership of the party.

Yadav said his meeting with Modi, which led to his expulsion from the Congress, was a result of an invitation from the Gujarat CM. "He wanted to meet me. I tried to delay it by two weeks, but I agreed and went to have a tea with him," he said. Yadav said he and Modi had been in touch for some time and argued there were no "mediators" between them.

Congress Expels Party MLA
Terming party MLA Chouhdary Rakesh Singh Chaturvedi as "a traitor", Madhya Pradesh Congress chief Kantilal Bhuria today expelled him for six years.

Chaturvedi, deputy leader of Madhya Pradesh Congress legislature party (CLP), had announced earlier that he was quitting Congress and joining the ruling BJP.

"Choudhary has been expelled from the party for six years for opposing the no-confidence motion moved by the Leader of the Opposition Ajay Singh and later joining the BJP," Bhuria said in a statement this evening.

Cong MP expelled from Modi's function

May 21:
Gandhinagar, May 21: Prabha Taviad, the Congress member of parliament from Dahod, was forcibly evicted from the dais during a government programme in the presence of Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi at Godhra Friday.
The incident took place during the government organised Krishi Mahotsav rally, when the tribal MP approached the chief minister and asked him why the local Congress legislator was arrested and prevented from attending the function.

Last but not the least :---------

Will Congress Party expel Rahul Gandhi for his 

open humiliation of the government and joint 

party decision by giving his hard tone  advice 

to throw the Ordinance duly approved by cabinet 

and sent to President of India . Rahul condemned 

his party's decison for adopting Ordinance to 

nullify Supreme Court Order saying that The 

Ordinance is complete Bakwas and A  nonsensical 

step of the government.  In his style ,Rahul Gandhi 

also copied the line of action of BJP and AAP which 

had protested promulgation of the ordinance 

against court order.

Haryana Congress rebel Rao Inderjit plays safe, keeps options open-TOI

CHANDIGARH: With the launch of a new political party, HaryanaInsaaf Congress, by his daughter Bharti Singh Rao on Friday, Haryana Congress rebel leader RaoInderjit Singh is playing his cards safe.
A reticent Rao, three-time MP and former Union minister, is keeping everyone -- from Congress to INLD to BJP -- guessing about his next move following the registration of his daughter's political outfit with the Election Commission. With this, he has kept options of merging the party with BJP or tying up with former chief minister Om Prakash Chautala's INLD open.

Gen V K Singh targeted for his association with Narendra Modi: Subramanian Swamy

ET 21st September 2013
NEW DELHI: BJP leader Subramanian Swamy today said charges levelled against former Army chief Gen V K Singhby a Board of Officers inquiry are "bogus" and he is being targeted for being close to party's Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi.
"The allegations against Gen V K Singh are bogus and he is being targeted due to his proximity to Modi," Swamy told reporters in reply to a question

Justice Krishna Iyer praises Shri Narendra Modi, welcomes his appointment as PM candidate

Former Judge of the Honourable Supreme Court of India Justice VR Krishna Iyer has hailed Shri Narendra Modi’s appointment as the Prime Ministerial candidate for the BJP in the coming Lok Sabha elections.
On the occasion of Shri Modi’s birthday on 17th September 2013 Justice Krishna Iyer wrote a letter to Shri Modi where he stated even though he is a apolitical person, Shri Modi’s recent appointment is a matter of great joy.Justice Iyer opined the Shri Modi has positive qualities of nationalism and the comity of cosmic dimension. Justice Iyer lauded the success of Shri Modi in developing solar power in Gujarat and stated that no other state has harnessed solar power in the manner in which Gujarat has.
Justice Iyer also praised Shri Modi for upholding the ideals of Mahatma Gandhi and the Constitution of India against the menace of alcoholism. He noted that corruption has been eradicated in Gujarat and he wrote the Shri Modi must be praised for this.

Desperate Congress pressing all levers to arrest Narendra Modi before October

G V L Narasimha Rao, LensOnNews 

There is a sinister plan hatched by the Congress party to implicate Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi in a web of legal cases relating to 2002 communal violence and some alleged police encounter cases. Accordingly, the Congress party led central government is working overtime to implicate, dethrone and arrest the popularly elected Chief Minister of Gujarat sometime between now and October this year.

Hectic efforts are on to subvert every institution and influence every wing of the government to implement this evil plan. Disgruntled officials of the central services working in Gujarat have been used as pawns in this “target Modi by hook or crook” operation.

IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt who had filed an affidavit in Supreme Court alleging that Narendra Modi instructed the police officials to let Hindus vent their anger during communal riots in 2002 is one such conduit acting at the behest of the ruling Congress party at the Centre. This was established when Bhatt and state Congress president Arjun Modhwadia tried to influence a junior police officer Karansinh Panth to depose against Narendra Modi.
When Panth refused to yield, they threatened him saying that the state government (led by Narendra Modi) would collapse in two months and the chief minister would be arrested. This episode clearly exposes the nefarious designs of the Congress party to destabilize a democratically elected government in Gujarat.

The reasons for targeting the popularly elected Gujarat chief minister are not far to seek. The Congress is frustrated by its repeated electoral failures in Gujarat and sees no hope for its revival as long as Narendra Modi is at the helm. By targeting the Gujarat chief minister, it also sees an opportunity in consolidating the Muslim vote bank across the country and particularly in the poll-bound electorally crucial battleground state of Uttar Pradesh.
But even more importantly, the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty fears that Narendra Modi could threaten the future success of Rahul Gandhi.

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