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PostSubject: Shaastratha's reply to the questions posed by Priyanka Chaturvedi.   Sun Mar 30, 2014 6:15 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Shaastratha's reply to the questions posed by Priyanka Chaturvedi.   Sun Mar 30, 2014 6:44 pm



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Yes,we are opposed to 'Homosexuality' or 'Sodomy' as it should be called.
We think that the very thought of sodomy between males is abhorrent.


And what is it that is so 'liberal' in supporting/endorsing homosexuality?

And do even the 'homosexuals' want to be 'recognized'?
They have,are and always will be be there,in few numbers,on the fringes of society
When Homosexuality is illegal,the fact that they can indulge in their 'behavior' under the facade of public propriety heightens the thrill. The closet makes the fag.
Pressure makes everything better. That's the principle.

And finally,not all 'Homosexuals' should be treated as criminals.
Counseling,Rehabilitation can help.

As far as inveterate homosexuals are concerned,yes,criminals they must be treated as,for once let loose,they will always be lurking around parks and playgrounds,stalking young boys.
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PostSubject: Re: Shaastratha's reply to the questions posed by Priyanka Chaturvedi.   Sun Mar 30, 2014 6:50 pm




Yes,we are opposed 'FDI" in Retail and Insurance.
India is fortunate to have a large,growing class of 'self-employed' individuals,who would bear the brunt of FDI largely.We prefer our money stays in our nation only.




FDI IN RETAIL FDI in retail has been a controversial issue for a long time in the country .There are many valid reasons for disallowing it. Let us teach priyanka mam some info about it

1)International Chains like Wal-Mart believe in buying things in bulk and due to their large Money power are the best negotiator .For e.g. look at this stat : Wal-
Mart’s
global turnover is 21.5 lakh crore - compare that to India's total retail market of 10.5 lakh crore.. Such a honey giant will come to dictate and monopolize Indian retail business and monopolies are never good for consumers.
We all loves crappy windows doesn’t we


2)Manufacturing of Indian firms will take a big it. Giants like Wal-Mart believe in sourcing their products from China where decades of manufacturing reforms has made in highly competitive in price and efficiency. Sadly our patriotic congress thought only a 30% limit is a big deal and there are talks /lobbying by Wal-Mart even to remove them. With China Geographical proximity to India, it would be much more sense to such retailer to source their inputs from china. A stat from US itself might correlate
it "When America had small stores, 19.5 million people were employed in the manufacturing sector. Thirty years later, that has come down to 11.5 million“.

Of course
but congress doesn’t care when china intrudes on over land

3)For an economy where 80% of the population engaged in trade and local retailing is self employed, any organized retail competition in country would be disastrous for jobs and to millions of middle class. But Hey! Poorer people votes can be easily bought 4)

Land rates will become higher since Big Retail is relative to Real Estate. Retail is a first cousin of the real estate industry. The problem is that the already skewed real estate market will only get more out of control and housing for middle classes and the ordinary folks that much farther. Our congress politician would be happy since their black money which is mostly invested in real estate would Boom
As Arun Jaitely sums it up “India will become a land of Salesboys and SalesGirls”
What should than be the policy perhaps cooperatives. Look at this stat:

“Milk cooperatives are the best example of agri-produce retail. In India, for every rupee spent by the consumer, 68 per cent goes to the producer and 32 per cent to the retailer. In England, 34 per cent goes to the producer and 66% to the retail”
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FDI in insurance:

1)Not a well known fact but “Pension today is offered only by Government Companies”
and though life insurance companies can launch Pension schemes, however on maturity the annuity amount needs to be invested into LIC to get an annuity This is done intentionally because there is zero chance of govt going bankrupt and senior citizens which is most critical age group can be drastly effected. The FDI in insurance would allow private foreign players in this area. But
congress doesn’t care after all they have insurance money packed up in Swiss banks


2)Having a large share of foreign shareholding would open insurance sectors to economy shock in other countries. This is not good for such critical sector.


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PostSubject: Re: Shaastratha's reply to the questions posed by Priyanka Chaturvedi.   Sun Mar 30, 2014 6:50 pm






GST BJP has never imposed GST but only mentioned shortcomings in it that Congress refuses to acknowledge. Some of them are


1)Current bill gives the Centre a veto power on the states’ taxation issues
and congress has refused to budge over it. This will hamper the working of states and their fiscal autonomy Congress has always imposed more centralization of power and with it comes harassing of the opposition states. Egs Congress has persistently created hurdle in increasing Sardar sarovar dam that could be a boon for Gujarat Though whether fiscal veto is good or bad . For some situations it looks valid .For e.g. The states have demanded they should be given flexibility to levy cess during exigencies such as floods and droughts so that they do not have to depend on the Centre for fund 2)

Improper implementation on the part of centre as implementation of single GST requires IT infra in the country something congress has not address and with its absence will come problem 3)

State loss of share of revenue. The revenue losses calculated by the state government will touch '2,217 crore by 2011-12 at 16 per cent GST as proposed by the Centre. According to many states opposed to this demand. BJP has adamantly made clear that they welcome GST but the congress must address its legitimate demands which they haven’t in the past


http://www.sify.com/finance/bjp-may-continue-to-oppose-gst-news--news-kisckHfbhje.html

http://www.livemint.com/Home-Page/fKKY87dDCHTnDObzXUwTNO/BJP-backing-gives-GST-a-fresh-lease.html http://www.moneycontrol.com/news/special-videos/bjp-not-opposed-to-gst-it-isstate-subject-sinha_1010728.html

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Help-raise-Narmada-dams-height-Narendra-Modi-tells-Congress/articleshow/20267271.cms Market Pricing of Diesel and LPG The India inc for many times has heavily subsidized diesel and LPG as to keep cost down and benefit the poor section of the society. Such a deregulation would be disastrous as

1)Increase in diesel price would increase the transport cost and since even today in India due to well intentioned policy and well class infra (sarcasm intended) large amount of tariff commutes through roads, this would directly increase inflation and affect the poor man

2)Opening up de-reuglation would allowing oil companies to effect it’s price and without govt
control it might not end well for the citizens of company as we are aware how good our private player and congress are in handshaking

3)The deregulation as evident insulate our people from rise of international oil prices

http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/government-decision-to-decontrol-diesel-prices-draws-bjp-ire/1/185890.html



http://www.livemint.com/Home-Page/fKKY87dDCHTnDObzXUwTNO/BJP-backing-gives-GST-a-fresh-lease.html

http://www.moneycontrol.com/news/special-videos/bjp-not-opposed-to-gst-it-isstate-subject-sinha_1010728.html

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Help-raise-Narmada-dams-height-Narendra-Modi-tells-Congress/articleshow/20267271.cms

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Market Pricing of Diesel and LPG The India inc for many times has heavily subsidized diesel and LPG as to keep cost down and benefit the poor section of the society. Such a deregulation would be disastrous as :


1)Increase in diesel price would increase the transport cost and since even today in India due to well intentioned policy and well class infra (sarcasm intended) large amount of tariff commutes through roads, this would directly increase inflation and affect the poor man

2)Opening up defreuglation would aloowe oil companies to effect it’s price and without govt
control it might not end well for the citizens of company as we are aware how good our private player anf congress are in handshaking

3)The deregulation as evident insulate our people from rise of international oil prices :


http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/government-decision-to-decontrol-diesel-prices-draws-bjp-ire/1/185890.html


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Also,BJP has its very own tax reforms in mind,thank you very much.

Quote :

Participating in a discussion on the party’s economic resolution at the national council meeting, former BJP president Nitin Gadkari said that if the BJP is voted to power, the government led by Narendra Modi would rationalise and simplify current tax system, with reform in judicial, administrative and education. Gadkari, who heads the committee preparing vision document of the party ahead of the Lok Sabha polls, said that the existing taxation system is ambiguous and needed to be rationalised. “The BJP would explore possibilities to get people rid of taxes on each and every service,” he added.

Earlier, Gadkari had hinted that the party BJP might include a proposal to abolish income, sales and excise taxes in the vision document of his party. However, dna had last week reported that the party would drop the proposal from its vision document.


BJP promises simple tax system, reforms


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PostSubject: Re: Shaastratha's reply to the questions posed by Priyanka Chaturvedi.   Sun Mar 30, 2014 6:51 pm




Ahem,it is the Supreme Court which is in principle opposed to the this whole 'Aadhar Scam':

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While hearing a public interest litigation (PIL) filed by retired Karnataka High Court judge Justice KS Puttaswamy and advocate Parvesh Khanna questioning the legal sanctity of Aadhaar, the apex court said, "The centre and state governments must not insist on Aadhaar from citizens before providing them essential services."


A Bench of Justices BS Chauhan and SA Bobde also directed central and the state governments not to issue the Aadhaar to illegal immigrants.


While trashing the Centre's claim of Rs50,000 crore expenses on the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) project, the Bench said that Aadhaar number is not necessary for important services


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And yes,we oppose the DBT scheme,as it encourages decadency.


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PostSubject: Re: Shaastratha's reply to the questions posed by Priyanka Chaturvedi.   Sun Mar 30, 2014 6:51 pm



Is it the same 'Nuclear deal',which CPI(M) called the "worst" moment for the country.

Read more at: http://www.firstpost.com/politics/signing-of-indo-us-nuke-deal-worst-moment-for-country-left-1322743.html?utm_source=ref_article

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New Delhi: Taking on Prime Minister Manmohan Singh for describing the signing of the Indo-US nuclear deal as one of the best moments of his 10-year tenure, CPI(M) on Saturday said it was perhaps the "worst" moment for the country. CPI-M leader Sitaram Yechury. PTI CPI-M leader Sitaram Yechury. PTI "As far as the country is concerned, that was perhaps the worst moment. Nothing tangible has been achieved, not a single unit of nuclear power has been added as yet. But as a result of it, India's foreign policy has been dovetailed to the US," senior CPI(M) leader Sitaram Yechury told PTI.


Link.

I wonder why?


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PostSubject: Re: Shaastratha's reply to the questions posed by Priyanka Chaturvedi.   Sun Mar 30, 2014 7:02 pm



Bit rich,coming from a 'Congressi'.

Their is absolutely no parallel to the kind of power the 'Nehru/Gandhi' family has held in the Congress ever since Independence.The 'Congress party' is a misnomer...it should be called the 'Gandhi party'.

The ones from the BJP you name,are regional leaders.

And here is a graphic depicting the 'Nehru-Gandhi' Family tree:



On a side note,there was one 'Non-Nehru/Gandhi' leader of the Congress party,and history is a witness to the kind of support he enjoyed from within the party and from the family.He was the best Congress leader despite the Gandhi family,and not because of them.
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PostSubject: Re: Shaastratha's reply to the questions posed by Priyanka Chaturvedi.   Sun Mar 30, 2014 7:07 pm



We are not answerable for the perceived 'shortcomings' of our allies.
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PostSubject: Re: Shaastratha's reply to the questions posed by Priyanka Chaturvedi.   Sun Mar 30, 2014 7:19 pm



Big claims,little to back it up.

Now,let me list out a few selected 'luminaries' within your party upholding the spirit of 'Kattar soch nahi,yuva josh' :

Imran Masood.
ND Tiwari
Gopal Kanda
Mahipal Maderna
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PostSubject: Re: Shaastratha's reply to the questions posed by Priyanka Chaturvedi.   Sun Mar 30, 2014 7:27 pm



Ahem:



Link.

Atleast BJP has had leaders form different castes,unlike the Congress which can only ever be headed by a 'Gandhi'.
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PostSubject: Re: Shaastratha's reply to the questions posed by Priyanka Chaturvedi.   Sun Mar 30, 2014 7:39 pm



The audacity!


Congress perceived as synonymous with corruption



Here is a comprehensive list,of the scams which happened during the 'governance' of UPA:



Someone took the time to prepare one in a format Rahul Gandhi is familiar with:



And regarding the allegations,do read these:


High Court quashes FIR against Yeddyurappa


After CBI clean chit, George seeks apology from Congress

You'll just don't learn,do you?




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PostSubject: Re: Shaastratha's reply to the questions posed by Priyanka Chaturvedi.   Sun Mar 30, 2014 7:45 pm




Who are these 'rioter MLAs'(This,after ignoring the fact that the term 'Rioter MLAs' is grammatically wrong)?

If the riot in question is the Muzzafarnagar one...here's what Times Now had to say:





Clearly no rioters have been felicitated in the party. If the reference is to muzzafarnagar riots , we would like to bring it to attention that SC has not named BJP complicity in it and courts have founds no proof of their incendiary speech if any .On contrast BSP and congress leader have been freshly charge sheet for provoking communal tension with inflammatory speeches during a Muslim community panchayat and sp has been blamed by SC itself for its fault in handling them .For all it looks , it seems a political conspiracy to malign BJP as always

http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/news/muzaffarnagar-riots-10-muslim-leaders-chargesheeted-by-sit/article5763807.ece


http://indianexpress.com/article/india/india-others/sc-holds-akhilesh-govt-guilty-of-negligence-orders-arrest-of-all-muzaffarnagar-accused/

http://www.deccanherald.com/content/394929/bjp-irked-039silence039-rivals-muzaffarnagar.html




Anyways,have you'll ever had a look at your self?
What happened to those who participated in 1984 riots 'anti-Sikh pogrom' initiated by Rajiv 'When a tree falls,we kill Sikhs' Gandhi?
What about Sajjan Kumar,Ajay Maken,Jagadish Tytler.....?This state sponsored and state started riots is a first of kind and can only be equated with ethnic cleansing of Kashmiri Pundits


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PostSubject: Re: Shaastratha's reply to the questions posed by Priyanka Chaturvedi.   Sun Mar 30, 2014 7:51 pm



Ahem,we released them because we had no choice.And we saved quite a few 'Indian' lives on the way.


Also releasing terrorists was a decision of  anall party meeting in which Sonia & Manmohan Singh were also present as LOP of both houses & they also agreed to decision it wasn't decision of Vajpayee alone.
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Here is an extract Kanchan Gupta's blog entry,regarding the above issue:











And this is how you 'compromise' with Terror:


Quote :
Defence minister AK Antony in his account on Tuesday to the Parliament blamed "20 heavily armed terrorists along with persons dressed in Pakistani Army uniforms", while the Army had initially accused Pakistani troops of staging the attack.

Antony under attack for LoC killings of soldiers

And:

Digvijay apologises over Osamaji comment

And:


Rahul Gandhi told US, Hindu extremists are a bigger threat to India


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PostSubject: Re: Shaastratha's reply to the questions posed by Priyanka Chaturvedi.   Sun Mar 30, 2014 7:56 pm



Liar.

Here is a report by the Indian Express:


Quote :

The truth is that in the past 10 years, only one farmer has committed suicide in Gujarat.
(According to the figures shared by the Gujarat home department in the assembly, the five years between 2008 and 2013 saw 125 farmer suicides. This was reported in The Indian Express, November 9, 2013 )

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PostSubject: Re: Shaastratha's reply to the questions posed by Priyanka Chaturvedi.   Sun Mar 30, 2014 7:59 pm



Yes,yes,'Kattar Soch nahi Yuva Josh' and all that.We know it,your poster boy for the campaign made sure:

Quote :
The Congress candidate from Saharanpur in UP Imran Masood has threatened to chop Narendra Modi into pieces. The statement given by Imran Masood has brought a storm in the state politics. Masood's hate statement came into light through a video on Thursday. Imran Masood is a Congress candidate from Saharanpur in Uttar Pradesh fighting the coming Lok Sabha elections 2014. In the video Masood is heard saying, "Hum Modi ki boti-boti kar denge (we will cut Modi into peices)". Imran Masood is the nephew of well-known Congress Rashid Masood. The irresponsible statement by Imran has put Congress party in a diffucult situation.

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PostSubject: Re: Shaastratha's reply to the questions posed by Priyanka Chaturvedi.   Sun Mar 30, 2014 8:02 pm




This is bizarre in the extreme!

You do know that Rahul Gandhi is your Prime ministerial candidate,right?

Ummm...anyways,here's what Ram Jethmalani had to say about Rahul Gandhi:






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PostSubject: Re: Shaastratha's reply to the questions posed by Priyanka Chaturvedi.   Sun Mar 30, 2014 8:21 pm




After forcing us to watch Manmohan Singh trying to perfect the best impression of a robot,for 10 years,you have no moral right to question anyone's 'phobia' of the press.

Also,is it not true that there is not a single existing interview of the late Sanjay Gandhi?

Actions,it is said,speak louder than words.

And we are happy with what we have.
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PostSubject: Re: Shaastratha's reply to the questions posed by Priyanka Chaturvedi.   Sun Mar 30, 2014 8:26 pm



Narendra Modi has indeed proven himself 'accountable' by ensuring that no other riot has taken place since,in Gujarat.
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