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U.P.A. GOVERNMENT’S CREDIBILITY IS IN A SHAMBLES

March 13, 2011
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About two decades back the Telegraph of Calcutta had published a longish interview with me. I was B.J.P. President at the time. The interviewer was its Special Correspondent, Manini Chatterji. Today, she is Editor, Current Affairs, in the same paper.    An unusual question Manini had posed to me in that interview was “What is the one word that appeals to you most in your life?” My reply was: “Credibility”. Whatever I am, and whatever I have been able to do for my country and for my party is because of the credibility I have earned in my life. Then, it is not only my personal credibility, but also my party’s.   In an article for the Indian Express published in two parts on December 27 and 28, 1992 I had described the genesis and evolution of the Ayodhya movement, and had gone on to describe in that article that … Continue reading U.P.A. GOVERNMENT’S CREDIBILITY IS IN A SHAMBLES

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यू.पी.ए. सरकार की विश्वसनीयता तार-तार हुई

March 13, 2011
No

लगभग दो दशक पूर्व कोलकाता से प्रकाशित टेलीग्राफ ने मेरा एक लम्बा इंटरव्यू प्रकाशित किया था। उस समय मैं भाजपा का अध्यक्ष था। इंटरव्यू लिया था उनकी विशेष संवाददाता मानिनी चटर्जी ने। आज वह इसी समाचार पत्र की करंट अफेयर्स की सम्पादक हैं।   उस इंटरव्यू के दौरान मानिनी ने मुझसे एक असामान्य सा प्रश्न पूछा कि ‘एैसा कौन सा शब्द है जो आपके जीवन में आपको सबसे ज्यादा अपील करता है?’ मेरा उत्तार था ”विश्वसनीयता” (क्रेडिबिलटी)। आज मैं जो भी हूं और जो कुछ भी मैं अपने देश के लिए और अपनी पार्टी के लिए कर पाया हूं, वह है जीवन में अर्जित विश्वसनीयता के चलते।   27 और 28 दिसम्बर, 1992 को इण्डियन एक्सप्रेस में दो किश्तों में प्रकाशित लेख में मैंने अयोध्या आंदोलन की उत्पत्ति और मूल्यांकन का वर्णन किया था और इसी में मैंने 6 दिसम्बर, 1992 जिस दिन अयोध्या में विवादास्पद ढांचा गिरा था को … Continue reading यू.पी.ए. सरकार की विश्वसनीयता तार-तार हुई

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LET OPPOSITION BE INVOLVED IN NAMING OF ELECTION COMMISSION

March 6, 2011
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“What the hell is going on in this country,” commented an exasperated Supreme Court last week as it expressed its indignation over the lack of government’s seriousness in bringing to book alleged black money offenders like Hasan Ali Khan. The Supreme Court was hearing the petition filed by Ram Jethmalani, Subhash Kashyap and KPS Gill.   A Bench comprising Justices B. Sudershan Reddy and S.S. Nijjar, warned the Government that it would be forced to monitor investigations into black money if the authorities kept viewing it as a tax evasion issue and failed to pursue the source of the illegal money stashed abroad.   The Bench further asked Solicitor General Subramaniam why Hasan Ali could not be taken into custody for interrogation and whether Government would like custodial interrogation under the Court’s supervision.    “What the Hell!” is certainly not a phrase one would normally expect from a Supreme Court … Continue reading LET OPPOSITION BE INVOLVED IN NAMING OF ELECTION COMMISSION

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