TODAY I DISCOVERED ON THE INTERNET THAT WHAT I HAVE SUFFERED BY THE FILTHY SYNDICATE NETWORK OF CONGRESS BEING RUN BY DIGVIJAY SINGH IS NOT TARGETED TOWARDS MY FAMILY ALONE IN JABALPUR INDORE AND DELHI,BUT THERE ARE OTHER PEOPLE AS WELL AS WELL PROOFS OF ALL THE DIRTY WORK BEING DONE BY HIM.THE MEDICAL TOURISM ORGAN TRADE OF THE GULFI N GANGA RAM HOSPITAL,THE SUPPLY OF GIRLS FROM MUKHERJEE NAGAR TUITION CENTRES,TERROR ISLAMIC NETWORK STATIONED IN THE HOUSES OF DELHI AS TENANTS,COUNTERFEIT CURRENCY,CRICKET BETTING -ALL ARE THE HANDIWORK OF THE CONGRESS UNDER WORLD DIGVIJAY SINGH.
THE MAIN TARGETS ARE OF COURSE WOMEN WITH PSYCHOLOGICALLY PISSED SONGS LIKE ;-
"MEINE HAR LAMHA JISSE CHAHA JISSE POOJA ,USNE YAARON MERA DIL TODA TANHA TANHA CHODA"
WITH MEN ABANDONING THEIR FAMILIES OF 20 YEARS AND FORSAKING THEIR GOOD KARVACHOWTH WIVES- FOR JOBS IN THE PRIVATE SECTOR AND ABROAD WITH BRAND NEW BITCHES AS WIVES.PROSISTUTION HAS NOW BECOME TUTION AND PSYCHOLOGICAL TERROR IS BEING UNLEASHED BY SUCH SONGS BEING DISHED OUT FROM THE FILTHY MOVIE WORLD OF TODAY.EVEN THE PROVIDENT FUNDS ARE BEING EMPTIED WITH GOOD WOMEN OUT ON THE STREETS.HINDUISM IS GOING TO FINISH AS WELL AS THE COUNTRY.THIS IS JUST NOT THE MATTER OF HINDUISM BUT THE COUNTRY AND ITS INFRASTRUCTURE WILL BREAK DOWN WITH THE COMPANIES LIKE RELIANCE ,STERLITE ,SUNIL MITTAL,LAKSHMI MITTAL,JET AIRWAYS -ALL BACKED BY ISLAMIC TERROR AND TOTALLY ANTI NATIONAL.PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING AND SEE IF IT MATCHES MY HOUSE CONDTIONS.THE ARCHIVED MATERIAL IS NO LONGER ON THE INTERNET AND IS OF 1999,THE YEAR JESSICA LAL WAS MURDERED .IT PERTAINS TO THE MURDER OF GULSHAN KUMAR AS ALSO THE ROYAL MASSACRE OF NEPAL,IN WHICH DEVANI RANA/LATIKA RANA PLAYED A SEXUAL ROLE TO FINISH HINDU FAMILIES.WOMEN LIKE THESE ARE NOT ONLY FINISHING FAMILIES BUT ARE GOING TO DESTROY THE INFRASTRUCTURE OF THE COUNTRY WITH DIGVIJAY SINGH AS THEY HAVE EATEN INTO THE ROOTS OF THE MOST ILLUSTRIOUS AND OLD FAMILIES OF THE COUNTRY.
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Probe ordered into Gulshan murder witness's death
'When they can kill a man like Gulshan Kumar, who are we?'
Ask no questions. You will get no answers in Jeet Nagar, Four Bungalows, in the northwestern
This is a mohalla quite unlike others of its hustling, bustling ilk. The silence here is laced with fear.
So a question like 'Did you see Gulshan Kumar being killed?' will fetch you a flat NO.
"I started this shop only a year ago. I know nothing about the case," says the local barber.
"I shifted only two years ago. Gulshan Kumar was killed four years ago," nods the laundry man.
Declares a woman who refuses to divulge her identity, "Whatever happened four years ago, I cannot recall."
"When they can kill a man like Gulshan Kumar, who are we? We are small people. Please don't ask so many questions," adds another neighbour.
Probe deeper and you realise that the people of the locality held Kumar in great respect.
The music baron was a regular devotee at the mohalla's Shiva temple. He would visit the temple twice daily, praying for an hour each time. On each of his visits, he was accompanied by 49-year-old Ramchandra Ananda Lavangare, a plumber. The police later identified him in their first information report as a former chairperson of the mandal that built the temple.
It was Gulshan Kumar whose funds transformed what once was a nondescript Shiva temple into a twenty-foot marbled place of worship.
On that fateful day, Kumar and Lavangare were returning from the temple when an unknown man came up behind Kumar and shot him. The driver of Kumar's Opel Astra threw a water can on the attacker to stop him from taking his next shot.
But another assailant rushed in and shot Kumar. He then aimed at the driver and Lavangare. While the driver was hurt, a bullet whistled between Lavangare's legs. Meanwhile, a third attacker shot Kumar.
In the ensuing chaos, two bystanders, Madhukar Gopal Kawankar and Subhash Bajirao, were injured.
"Initially, I thought someone was bursting crackers. But when I came out of my house, I saw that Gulshan Kumar had been shot," says a woman resident.
"We put Gulshan Kumar and his driver in his Opel Astra. Rajesh Johari [another bystander] drove them to
"We all cried when he died. No one came forward to help him. The killers had just left the place when I came out of my house," says another woman.
"He would always give us chocolates and sweets," recalls a child. "I cannot believe that he is no more."
He is merely echoing the sentiments of the people of Jeet Nagar, who have since placed Kumar's photograph adjacent to Shiva's idol.
A woman resident ends with the question that still begs an answer: "I can't believe how a nice man like him could have enemies!"
The Islamic mafia's terror network - Part 1
: Who was Gulshan Kumar, the Cassette King? He started out life as a humble fruit juice seller's son in Darya Gary market in Old Delhi. He wanted to make it big in
: It was with his foray into the Indian film industry that Gulshan took his first step into the jaws of the Muslim Mafia network without which Bollywood simply can not exist. For decades the film industry has been the money spinning machine and media arm of the Islamic Mafia. The Indian film industry serves a twofold purpose for the international Islamic Mafia which is headquartered in UAE and
: 1) With a turnover of over Rs. 7000 Crore, the Indian film industry has become one of the biggest money making operations for the Islamic Mafia. Although it is not as profitable as drug-trafficking, sale of illegal arms, prostitution rings or counterfeit money, it certainly does help to line the pockets and provides valuable interface to politicians and industrialists who are enamoured of the glamour and glitter of Cinema magic.
: 2) But the real reason why the Indian film industry is so important to the Islamic Mafia, is the fact that it serves as the best possible propaganda tool in a country of over 950 million people. A blatant glorification of Islam and an utterly distorted insulting portrayal of Hinduism are the tools that it uses constantly to affect Indians' psyche and effectively utilize information warfare. Hindu culture is consistently given the mantle of a backward, intolerant, illogical culture, whereas Islamic concepts, ideas, and judgements are given the legitimacy of truth. One of the most successful byproducts of this psychological manipulation has been the corruption of Hindi, via the glorification of Arabicised Urdu words. In popular films and music, Urdu is always used in order to condition the Indian public. In other instances, terrorism which usually stems from Islamic quarters in
: " Bahut ho gayi teri puja, ab upar ja ke aur karo" (You have prayed enough to your idols down here, now go up there and do it.)
: A chilling reminder of the fact that Islam and the Islamic Mafia will do its best to eliminate any Hindu who dares to reaffirm his faith loud and clear in
: Who were Gulshan Kumar's enemies? What was his crime?
: The clues to the answer apparently lie with music director Nadeem Saifee. In 1997, Nadeem's solo album Hai Ajnabi bombed. He wanted Gulshan Kumar to finance his next private album. Gulshan Kumar wisely decided that Nadeem was not destined to be a chartbuster and refused outright. An enraged Nadeem who was obviously used to displaying arrogance in lieu of his Islamic godfather's protection started threatening Kumar saying "Have you got a call or not? My "Chahnewaale" (friends) will call you. You don't know who I am."
: By May 1997, Abdul Qayoom Ansari alias Abu Salem, a 29-year-old Dubai-based member of the Islamic Mafia, who is also known as one of the "arms" of kingpin Dawood Ibrahim, had called up Gulshan Kumar on his mobile and curtly told him to call back at a Dubai mobile number. When Gulshan called the number back, an amount to the tune of 10 Crore Rupees was quoted and Kumar was threatened with dire consequences if he failed to cough up the dough. Kumar, a man who had managed to survive in the Film Industry long enough without giving in to the Islamic Mafia of ISI's underworld dons, refused to pay outright. Even when Abu Salem sent his Mullah terrorists to Gulshan in person, the wary devotee refused to budge an inch. .
: Who is Abu Salem?? He is accused number 87 in the
: The first ever trap (which is known as `fielding', in the underworld slang) was laid with the blessing of nadeem and his "godfather" Dawood . The trap for killing Gulshan Kumar was laid between July 15 and 20, while he was shooting for his forthcoming untitled film at the Jasdanwala Bungalow at
: When Gulshan Kumar refused Abu Salem's threats of extortion, he was enraged at the "Kafir" Hindu's insolence and ordered the hit. Apart from Kumar's 250-crore annual turnover from Super Cassettes and Music Industries, his religiosity and lavish expenditure for devotional purposes including a `langar' at Vaishnodevi temple, where Rs 5 lakh was spent every month had become eyesores for the Islamic Mafia.
: Abu Salem had been chosen as the key operational head in
: Was it simply because Gulshan Kumar did not give in to this nefarious plan, that his body lay riddled with bullets in front of the
: Bollywood's links with Mumbai's underworld were always known. But the extent of its involvement with the Islamic Mafia became apparent only after Gulshan Kumar's death, a man who was murdered simply because he was a Hindu success story. "When the underworld approaches you, you cannot refuse.", these were the chilling words of Nadeem Saifee, the main accused in the Gulshan Kumar murder case.
: A month later a casual friend of Gulshan Kumar and writer-director Mukul Anand died unexpectedly of a "heart attack" in his sister's home in Mumbai. Anand had been in the process of making a movie on
: What is even more shocking to discover is that EIGHT months before Abu Salem ordered the cold blooded of Gulshan Kumar , the CBI had requested his extradition from the UAE government. However, the request became just another of the 35 others pending with the Government of United Arab Emirates and like the other requests, this too was put on the backburner. The CBI is not too optimistic about getting back any of the members of the Dawood gang, hawala dealers and arms and drugs smugglers who are responsible for the most heinous crimes committed against
: The Arab provision of shelter to these hard core terrorists and criminals provides convincing evidence that the conspiracy to create chaos and panic in
: The breadth and depth of this net of crime and the virulently anti Indian activities it breeds are spread unimaginably far. The extent of involvement is so deep, that the public knows not even one hundredth of the details of this story.
: Next week I will delve further into the underworld net of the Islamic Mafia which has spread its poisonous tentacles deep into
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The Islamic mafia's terror network - Part 2
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The Islamic mafia's terror network - Part 2 by Aditi Chaturvedi
Last week we had ended with the catalytic event of Gulshan Kumar's death and the incredibly complicated Islamic Mafia terror network that it unearthed. Although Gulshan Kumar was certainly not the first victim of the Muslim Mafia, nor was his death the first indicator of the underlying network, but what was truly shocking about the murder of Gulshan Kumar was the brutality of the killing. In addition, the fact that an eminent individual like Kumar could be murdered in broad daylight on the streets of Mumbai, proves as a chilling wake up call to the extent of power that the Islamic Mafia has come to wield.
However the most troubling aspect of this incident was the implication that the film industry of India, which wields perhaps the maximum media influence on its impressionable public, was so deeply entrenched in the dirty miasma of terrorism and crime. Bollywood's link with this dark and sinister world is nothing new. Over 95% of the Indian Film industry is not only aware of the Islamic Mafia, but also deeply involved in courting and patronizing them. The remaining 5% are fully aware of the problem but find ingenious ways to avoid the net. The ones who successfully manage to pull off this feat however usually turn into prime targets, as was the case with Gulshan Kumar.
That Nadeem Saifee, the prime accused in Gulshan Kumar's murder , was deeply involved with the Islamic Mafia is an understatement. Further investigation into his background provides clear proof of his complicity. During the Mumbai riots in 1993, Nadeem was sheltered by Yusuf Lakdawala, who is a film producer well known for his connections to Dawood and the Mafia. Lakdawala was later also implicated as one of the accused responsible for the
Abu Salem was a well known good friend of Nadeem who always made it a point to make social calls and sent complimentary gifts to keep
Nadeem's confession provides clear hard evidence of Bollywood's relationship with the Muslim Mafia. Other pieces of evidence also began surfacing which helped to piece together the puzzle of Nadeem's actual role in the Mafia network. It seems apparent that Nadeem was a point man, meaning an industry informer for the Mafia. He would convey crucial information such as, who was making money, who signed up for a film, current prices and which films to sabotage, etc. The information was essential for the Mafia to determine targets for extortion, whom to threaten and sabotage. In fact Nadeem even had the audacity to call up Gulshan Kumar once, where he pressurized him to "talk to the people in
Nadeem had used his clout with the Mafia to threaten people in the film industry before as well. During the making of Hindi film "Baazigar", Nadeem was irritated at yesteryears actress Tanuja for her curt manner towards him. She was the mother of the film's heroine, Kajol. An embittered Nadeem urged the production company Venus to remove Kajol from the film. However when Venus refused, the incensed Nadeem Shravan duo proceeded to walk out of the film. The project was handed over to another music director, Anu Malik. This enraged Nadeem even further and he decided to call a press conference solely for the purpose of accusing Anu Malik of plagiarism. One of the journalists present there pointed out that Nadeem himself had plagiarized quite a few tunes. At this Nadeem was infuriated and shouted to have him thrown out. Before the journalist was unceremoniously expunged however, all those present clearly recall Nadeem's chilling threat to the journalist, "Don't act too smart. I'll finish you."
When the police began their investigation of Kumar's murder, one of the first steps they took was to question the Bollywood stars who had accompanied Nadeem to a Bollywood show in
The police also questioned Manish Goswami, who is Vicky Goswami's brother and producer of popular Indian TV serials. There was even a videotape of the glittering star studded event in
These suspicions were confirmed when the six murderers of Gulshan Kumar were captured by Mumbai police. The statements that they gave during interrogation clearly implicate Nadeem. Kumar's murder was a contract killing in the traditional style of the Islamic Mafia. Over Rs. 40 Lakh went into the deal. Nadeem Saifee was involved to the very end, as he arranged the money and the purchase of two Maruti cars, two motorbikes, a mobile phone and six pagers for the murderers.
Immediately after realizing that he had been caught at his game, Nadeem fled Mumbai and escaped to
Finally the Mumbai police were forced to move extradition proceedings against him in
Nadeem will naturally use the same excuse to escape. His comments to the Press have already indicated his motives and future objectives. In a nauseating interview to a British tabloid, Nadeem made statements such as "I would go back if I could be sure of a fair trial, but the Mumbai Police are looking for a Muslim scapegoat. Those with vested interests can't stomach the fact that a Muslim like me can be successful and bold in
When the trial began, Nadeem's counsel Clive Nicholls grilled the Prosecution's witness, Justice ML Pendse who is a retired Chief Justice of Karnataka High Court and was formerly on the Mumbai bench. Mr. Pendse, was presented as an expert witness on the Indian judicial system to answer questions about the alleged " human rights abuses on minorities" by the Indian Police. Justice Pendse was a very convincing witness on the stand. When asked about the alleged "atrocities on minorities," he pointedly replied Nadeem was unlikely to suffer discrimination owing to his Muslim identity, since in his entire judicial experience "religious bias" had never been a problem with the Indian judiciary.
Nadeem's lawyers tried their best to discredit his testimony. He was insultingly asked by them if he was "out of touch" with the realities of the legal process in
We will have to wait and see if justice will be served to Nadeem Saifee. Going by the past instances where
In my next article I will detail how the hand of the Islamic Mafia reaches into the heart of Bollywood and even beyond that into the realms of television, Industry, and finally politics, all of which have immensely grave ramifications for the security and survival of
(To be continued...)
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The Islamic mafia's terror network - Part 4 by Aditi Chaturvedi
(Continued from last week...)
Question: What do the following list of assorted industrialists have in common?
Babu Bhai Singhvi, a businessman in Bhuj
Jagdish Ramani, an oil dealer of
Satish Shetty, the wealthy owner of a large ceramics factory in Hubli
Subhash Rastogi, an exclusively wealthy
Raju Punwani, owner of
Ramesh Vyas, the owner of a posh hotel in
Mohan, a renowned dealer of foreign exchange in
Rajesh Rathi, chairman of Rathi Super Steel
Gautam Adani, a meat exporter from
Answer: A certain assistant of Dawood Ibrahim known as Babloo Srivastava (originally Om Prakash).
Babloo commands over half a dozen gangs whose sole job is to hunt out businessmen who fit the profile of involvement in huge cash flow of business and illegal transactions. Once these industrialists are identified they are bombarded with all sorts of threats like extortion, kidnapping, blackmail, possession of assets, destruction of property and of course the eternal favorite; death. It is estimated that the gangs directly commanded by Babloo were successful in at least 20 known extortion operations last year. In over 95% of the cases, the industrialists give in and go for be financial "settlements". The key to the success of Babloo's operations is the fact that many of these businessmen have in fact used the Mafia themselves to carry out contract killings, briberies and extortion. That's why so many of them simply flee the country after they pay up, like Subhash Rastogi.
The CBI's special task reports that the Babloo gang collected over Rs. 100 crore as ransom alone last year and is now openly threatening more than 40 people, mostly industrialists. Last year before the arrest of the gang, the police thought the ransom bids were because of a network of extortionists based in
The master of these operations in
The incredible revelations about Babloo only came to light after the arrest of Dawood's frontman in
What is most interesting about Babloo Srivastava's Mafia links however is the fact that he is the protege of Ram Gopal Mishra, former Congress MLC and a Mafia don of Sitapur. Babloo met Mishra in
Question: Why does one square foot of land in the tiny town of
Answer: Neemuch is at the heart of the opium belt of Madhya Pradesh.
More than 60% of
Moreover, as recent seizures have shown, the booming pharmaceutical industry in and around the city is also being increasingly controlled by the Islamic Mafia. Banned drugs like mandrax are being produced there in large quantities. The arrest of businessman Prem Sisodiya last year for a mandrax shipment worth several crores of rupees also exposed the widespread links of the Islamic Mafia. Just days before Sisodiya's arrest, the chief minister, Congressman Digvijay Singh attended a religious function at his house.
The region's persistent links with the Islamic Mafia were exposed by the Gujarat Police last year when it unearthed a large cache of arms from Mahidpur town. The seizure, which included two dozen AK-47 rifles. The rifles were part of the consignment sent by Dawood Ibrahim's gangs which landed on the Konkan coast along with rdx explosives. It was these very weapons and explosives which were used in the
But it is for real estate crime that
It was because of Dalal's petitions that the district administration, the Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) and Indore Development Authority (IDA) were forced to draw up lists of illegally-constructed buildings and encroachments on government land last week. The IDA and the IMC are completely under the control of Mahesh Joshi, who is none other than CONGRESS Chief Minister Digvijay Singh's right-hand man. Topping the list of violators submitted to the court by the two civic bodies was Surendra Singh Garha, Digvijay's relative, who has illegally constructed a number of high-rises on government land. The list revealed that there are over 400 illegal multi-storied buildings in the city apart from about 295 unsanctioned colonies.
The amount of money involved in the Islamic Mafia's racket is enormous. But as usual the Mafia has the clout of the highest leaders in the Congress behind it. Over 40 IDA schemes involving 200 acres of prime land have been shelved and the land released for private construction during the current regime. The Islamic Mafia is earning over Rs 500 crore every year from real estate crimes in
Question: Who was the first person to contact Vishwa Bandhu Gupta, additional commissioner, Income Tax (southern range), after an attachment order was served on Romesh Sharma for his
Answer: V Balasubramaniam, president of the Reliance Industries Ltd. (
Balu, as he was known in political and financial circles, was even a partner in one of Romesh Sharma's company, The Reliance Investments and Developers. The record even shows that "Balu" was a partner in the Regal building property with Romesh and M K Jajodia's frontman M L Lotha. Jajodia is an arms dealer. The participation of Balu in Sharma's company elicited the trust of thousands of investors who were misled into believing that Reliance Investment and Developers was one of the companies belonging to the Reliance group.
Police raids on Balu's house revealed that he had in his possession top secret classified documents of ministries. He even had copies of correspondence between secretaries to the Government of India.
Last year Abu Salem had issued a threatening call to Anand Jain, another Reliance president based in Mumbai, demanding Rs 32 crore from the company.
Romesh Sharma is Dawood's top right hand man. He started out as a penniless vagabond on the footpaths of
Sharma's connections with the Congress started with his friendship to J N Mishra, an IAS officer and private secretary to Indira Gandhi. It was then that Sharma joined the Congress. However, the Maneka Gandhi feud led to Mishra's ouster from the PMO. Mishra joined the Rashtriya Sanjay Vichar Manch, a political outfit floated by Maneka in 1982 and Sharma tagged along. But a few months later, Congressman D P Tripathi who was close to Rajiv Gandhi and Ghulam Nabi Azad wanted to weaken Maneka and persuaded Sharma to desert her to join the Congress. Mrs. Gandhi was also hell bent on teaching Maneka a lesson and Sharma was a prize catch.
Thus it was that Dawood Ibrahim and the murderous Islamic Mafia's top man in India Sharma flourished during the Congress regime. He was made secretary of the All India Kisan Cell. Sharma became an AICC delegate and even attended the Tirupati session sitting on the dais. Then Mahabir Prasad, president of the UPCC had him inducted into the PCC as a first time delegate from Amroha in
Further investigations by the crime branch of the
There is overwhelming evidence to prove that
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The Islamic mafia's terror network - Part 5
The Islamic mafia's terror network - Part 5 by Aditi Chaturvedi
(Continued from last week...)
Taking the small quiz below should provide you with a clear picture about the Islamic Mafia's connection to Indian politics.
Question 1: During the 1993
Answer: Sharad Pawar, of CONGRESS
Question 2: During the same blasts who was the Central Minister of State for External Affairs and which political party did he belong to?
Answer: Salman Khursheed, of CONGRESS
Question 3: During the same blasts who was Dawood Ibrahim's right hand man who actually made the arrangements to acquire the passport for Dawood's mother in 24 hours and which political party did he belong to?
Answer: Romesh Sharma, of CONGRESS
Question 4: During the same blasts who was the PM whose Guru supplied the RDX for the blasts to Dawood and which political party did he belong to?
Answer: Narasimha Rao, of CONGRESS
Question 5: Name Dawood's pointman who was extradited from Singapore on murder charges and accused in 45 cases of murder, extortion, rioting and possession of illegal arms and which political party's youth organization was he the general secretary for?
Answer: Babloo Srivastava, of CONGRESS
Question 6: Who was the Prime Minister who persuaded Romesh Sharma to join her party and made him secretary of the All India Kisan Cell, and which political party did she belong to?
Answer: Indira Gandhi, of CONGRESS
In over 95% of the instances where Indian politicians have colluded with the Islamic Mafia, the links can be traced back directly to the CONGRESS. Any self-respecting intelligent public would realize the pattern. Let's explore a few of the cases which provide incontrovertible proof and evidence of this fact.
At that time PM P.V. Narasimha Rao rushed immediately to the affected areas to "survey the damage". The Indian public got to see pictures of the "devastated" PM vowing to assist in the rebuilding of the hotels, businesses, and financial agencies destroyed by the explosions. When questioned about the fact that the bombings were in fact a retaliation by Muslims for the Babri Masjid demolition, a stone faced Rao "appealed for calm among Hindus, in hopes of preventing further retaliation"!
Such is the legacy of our politicians' links with the Islamic Mafia terror network. And the overwhelming majority of them are from the Congress Party, which has ruled
Even now the Indian public knows not even 10% of the details of this sordid mess. Sharad Pawar mouths platitudes about his commitment to "Nationalism" even as he must gloat in the back of his mind, safe in the knowledge that Dawood Ibrahim's men and relatives were assured safe escape thanks to Pawar's personal efforts. It was Chief Minister Pawar who provided the aircraft that hauled Dawood's mother out of
In any case we know that Ameena could not have used her own passport with the Mumbai address because of the countrywide red alert. Ameena stayed in a
Only an officer of the rank of deputy secretary and above is entitled to recommend the making of an emergency passport which is used for three months without verification. Mrs. L K Ponappa, IFS, was the joint secretary (passport) in July 1993 when Ameena's passport was made. And she has fled the country, never to return. Ponappa could not have approved that passport without the go ahead from Salman Khursheed. But in the usual Congress tradition, Salman Khursheed flatly denies that the passport was made at his instance. "Neither did anyone contact me for the passport nor did I recommend it" he says.
If that was the case, then was it a ghost of Mr. Kursheed who gave his go ahead by telephone to Ponappa to approve the passport?? Or perhaps just like the case with Sharad Pawar, the CBI and the collective nation of
But even stranger is the fact that there was no red alert from the police for Ameena Begum . It appears that Romesh Sharma was wasting his time when he got the Begum a fresh passport. Neither the Bombay Police nor the Union Home Ministry authorities at that time had issued an LOC a `Look Out Circular' for her. Meaning NOBODY WOULD HAVE STOPPED HER at the airport even if she had gone with her old passport.
Considering the immense fame of Ameena Begum's son, it is incredulous to believe that the Indian Police would not think of issuing an LOC on her, but that is exactly what happened. And the answer to these unanswered questions remain only with the Congress PM Narasimha Rao, and his home minister, S. B. Chavan.
Later it was also discovered that Dawood Ibrahim's sister had been provided cover by the same Congress government during the blasts.
Romesh Sharma who is Dawood Ibrahim's pointman had his house raided by Income Tax authorities in April 1989 in Mumbai . Additionally complaints about his nefarious activities have been resting with the Police for years. Why was this notorious criminal provided with "Y" category security cover??
Romesh Sharma was desperate to get police security cover as early as in 1988. This fact is supported by the Delhi Police finding a copy of a letter written by Chintamani Panigrahi, of Congress, then minister of state for home affairs. On
The All India Qaumi Ekta Committee was headquartered in a
Romesh Sharma began with membership in Raj Narain's Socialist Party, then he switched over to the Lok Dal and presented a car to late Charan Singh for party work. After the fall of the Charan Singh government, Sharma took advantage of his Phulpur connections and became close to J N Mishra, an IAS officer and private secretary to Indira Gandhi. This was the beginning of Romesh Sharma's long and illustrious career with the Congress.
When Mishra joined the Rashtriya Sanjay Vichar Manch, a political party founded by maneka Gandhi, Sharma followed and became its general secretary. Sharma contributed over 2 lakh to the party fund to fight the Indira Congress. However, D P Tripathi who was close to Rajiv Gandhi and Ghulam Nabi Azad wanted to weaken Maneka and persuaded Sharma to desert her to join the Congress. Indira Gandhi was also very keen on undermining Maneka's ambitions and wanted the lucrative membership of Sharma. This was the golden period of Romesh Sharma's Coingress career He was made secretary of the All India Kisan Cell in 1986-87. After many efforts and lots of bribes, he achieved his dream of becoming an AICC delegate. Mahabir Prasad, president of the UPCC, also ensured that he was inducted into the PCC as a first time delegate from Amroha in
However he could not manage the Lok Sabha seat with Congress, therefore after a few years Sharma decided to quit the Congress and contest as an Independent from Phulpur. He lost his deposit and got less than 500 votes. After the defeat Sharma decided to keep a low profile until his reemergence to power with the emergence of the United Front government.
Sharma was especially close to Laloo Prasad Yadav, a fact which is evidenced by CBI records of Yadav's office booking rooms for Sharma's stay at Maurya Hotel on three occasions in 1997-98. Yadav also used to be a regular at parties organized by Sharma at his Jai Mata Di farmhouse in Satbari in Mehrauli. Sharma got his famous Mehrauli farmhouse from Congress MP M K Subba. Subba offered his farmhouse to Sharma at a dirt cheap price in return for a stake in the partnership for a proposed
When Romesh Sharma was arrested last year, the Delhi Police uncovered a tape from his home. In it Romesh Sharma was speaking to Dawood Ibrahim. Here is an excerpt from the chilling conversation:
Sharma: "Bhai, I've formed a new political party. (Bharatiya Congress Party) I'll field some of my candidates in the Lok Sabha polls. Arrange for some money. When my men win the polls, they'll work only for you."
Dawood : How many candidates will you field?
Dawood: How much is needed for each one of them?
Sharma: "At least 5 khokas (crores)."
Such is the state of affairs in today's
The Islamic Mafia is not just another criminal element with immense power, it is a well defined terrorist machine whose goals include economic subjugation as well as religious subversion of
Not every link with the Islamic Mafia in
The chilling words of former General Secretary of the Youth Congress, the key man for the Islamic Mafia, who even today relays instructions to his henchmen on his cellphone at Tihar Jail give us an ominous clue to the future. When he was being arrested, Babloo Srivastava told the CBI team:
"You can't prove a single case against me because you won't find witnesses. In the end, I shall come out and join politics. Then I'll frame the laws that you must serve."
If Indians choose to stay ignorant and do nothing about the influence of the Islamic Mafia on their lives, these words may well come back to haunt us.
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Rumours in the hills
One year on, rumours about the massacre of the royal family abound.
One year after
Many of Nepalese believe their questions about what actually happened may never be fully answered.
On an extraordinary evening that put the isolated Himalayan state at the top of the world's headlines, the king, queen and eight other members of the royal family were gunned down in a shooting spree blamed on the lovesick heir to the throne.
According to the official version of events of June 1, Dipendra, the chubby, Eton-educated crown prince with a fascination for weapons, unleashed his full arsenal on his family after a night of whisky and hashish.
He later shot himself.
Devyani Rana's allure is cited as the official reason for Dipendra's actions.
Dipendra's fury was said to have been sparked by his parents' refusal to let him marry his girlfriend Devyani Rana, the beautiful daughter of a noble family in
A traumatized Devyani, whose allure was officially cited as the reason
The standard explanation of why she was not permitted to wed the crown prince is that queen Aishwarya was heeding the advice of influential astrologers who had advised against the marriage.
The crown prince's first victim was his father, Birendra.
Dipendra had been escorted out of dinner as his behavior grew agitated.
He marched back into the palace's billiard room after local time and riddled the king with bullets.
After gunning down seven more family members, the prince is believed to have set his sights on his mother, firing at her with such ferocity that her body was unrecognizable afterwards.
He is then said to have shot himself.
Despite the allegation of mass murder, the patricidal prince was crowned the new king.
He reigned comatose from his hospital bed for two days before dying himself.
Succeeding him was Gyanendra, Birendra's younger brother, who had the good fortune to have left
He returned to inherit a kingdom shattered by the tragedy and facing an increasing bloody Maoist insurgency, with an elected government notorious for its vicious infighting.
Some cannot believe Dipendra was responsible.
While a commission set up by Gyanendra laid the full blame for the massacre on Dipendra, the death of a king who had reigned for nearly three decades still seems incredible to many Nepalese.
"We don't dare to answer the question of who killed the king," Ram Briksha said, a brass ornament salesman.
"Because really, none of us will ever be able to answer that with certainty."
Any conspiracy theories must be taken with a big grain of salt in
But from the talk of people on the street, there are plenty of holes to be poked in the official story:
How could one gunman mow down nine people at the most tightly guarded building in the country?
How could the future queen and crown prince, Komal and Paras, both survive the bloodbath at
And how could the right-handed Dipendra die from a self-inflicted bullet to the left side of his head?
The most asked question is the most basic: how could a prince groomed from birth to assume the throne of the Shah dynasty suddenly go berserk and kill his own parents at dinner?
Some say the pressure from his mother and from Devyani, who was several years his senior and feared she was passing child-bearing age, pushed him over the edge.
Another, more controversial, explanation is that the queen did not want her royal son to marry a woman with roots in India - the powerful neighbor whose heavy cultural and political influence is deeply resented by Nepal's elite.
Pulling the pieces together
Gyanendra has inherited a troubled kingdom.
Even if the conspiracy theories are discounted, Gyanendra still has an unenviable task: consolidating power after the sudden assassination of a popular and charismatic leader.
"Everyone loved Birendra. The new king isn't as loved, because we keep hearing reports he could have had a hand in the massacre," Sanjay Shrestha, a high school student, said.
But amid the widespread suspicions and innuendoes some in
"Sure, you can say it was all one big plot but then the question is: by whom?" asked a Kathmandu-based diplomat.
"By the new king? It's hardly some prize to get to run
"In the end, the official version may very well be the truth."
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Dipendra of Nepal
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Dipendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev
Late King of Nepal
Dipendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev, King of Nepal (June 27, 1971 – June 4, 2001) was King of Nepal from June 1 to June 4, 2001. He killed his family at a royal dinner on June 1, 2001. Dipendra was also mortally wounded, by a handgun shot to the left side of his skull; however he was right handed but he could shoot from both right and left hands. With the murder of his father, he officially became king for the three days as he lingered in a coma.
Dipendra was educated at Eton College, England, and according to the Irish Times of June 4, 2001, "was reportedly excused from chapel when he turned 18. According to Nepali tradition, the prince effectively became a god on his birthday and he could not be seen worshipping another." The report also noted that the prince had been disciplined while at Eton for selling alcohol.
 Motive for murder
It is still unclear who was behind the killings. Many people in Nepal unknowingly believe that Gyanendra was the main suspect mastermind behind the royal palace massacre on June 1, 2001 and blamed Dipendra. However, according to unverified reports, Dipendra assassinated family members because of anger over a marriage dispute. Dipendra's choice of a bride was Devyani Rana, daughter of Pashupati SJB Rana(C Class), a member of the Rana clan, against whom the Shah family of kings have a historic animosity (in recent times, though, Shah kings and princes have married almost exclusively members of the A Class Rana family.) The Rana clan had served as the hereditary prime ministers of Nepal until 1951, with the title Maharaja, and the two clans have a long history of inter-marriages.
According to official accounts, Dipendra was denied his choice of a wife by his mother, and so he massacred his family in a much-publicised incident after indulging in a drinking binge. Among the dead were his father King Birendra, mother, brother, and sister. Dipendra survived comatose for three days, and was proclaimed king in his hospital bed. He died of his injuries on June 4 and was succeeded by his uncle, Prince Gyanendra.
Gyanendra, not as beloved in the country as his brother Birendra, had been third in line to the throne before the massacre. He was out of town (in Pokhara) during the massacre and was the closest surviving relative of the king. Gyanendra's son, Crown Prince Paras, was reportedly in the royal palace during the massacre but escaped serious injury.
Several survivors have publicly confirmed that Dipendra was doing the shooting, as was documented in a BBC documentary.
However, the murder still remains a mystery to most Nepali people. Recently a Nepali novel, a maoist propoganda has been published named "Raktakunda" which recounts the 2001 Royal Massacre. This novel looks at the incident through the eyes of one of the surviving witnesses, Queen Mother Ratna's personal maid, identified in the book as Shanta. The book, which the author says is a "historical novel", posits that two men masked as Crown Prince Dipendra fired the shots that led to the massacre. Shanta's husband, Trilochan Acharya, also a royal palace employee, was killed along with 10 royal family members, including the entire family of King Birendra.
 Victims of the massacre
- HM King Birendra, father
- HM Queen Aiswarya, mother
- HRH Prince Nirajan, brother
- HRH Princess Shruti, sister
- (HRH Prince) Dhirendra, King Birendra's brother who had renounced his title
- HRH Princess Jayanti, King Birendra's cousin
- HRH Princess Shanti, King Birendra's sister
- HRH Princess Sharada, King Birendra's sister
- Kumar Khadga, Princess Sharada's husband
- Trilochan Acharya, royal palace employee
- HRH Princess Shova, King Birendra's sister
- Kumar Gorakh, Princess Shruti's husband
- HRH Princess Komal, Prince (now King) Gyanendra's wife and current Queen
- Ketaki Chester, King Birendra's cousin
Note: Dipendra died three days later. Kumar Khadga's mother Bodh Kumari Shah was an indirect casualty. She reportedly died of shock on hearing of her son's death.
 See Also
- List of shortest reigning monarchs of all time
- History of Nepal
- regicide, patricide and fratricide
- Nepalese royal massacre
 External links
- Murder and intrigue in Katmandu (World Tibet News Network)
- Nepal: Murder in Palace, Maoists in Mountains (RWOR)
- Trapped in tradition (Frontline:India's National Magazine)
Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dipendra_of_Nepal"
In other languages
Title next held by
Birendra Bir Bikram Shah
King of Nepal
Gyanendra Bir Bikram Shah
A Brief Background of the Events
The story given by the government of
Meet the Characters
Below is a family tree of all the characters involved in the massacre on June 1st. Please realize that all the character's familial associations are not shown, but instead only the pertinent characters to the massacre are displayed. If you are interested in knowing ALL the relations between all the members of the royal family, I suggest looking at Rootsweb.com's List of Persons. You should also note that the full names of the family members are not shown below.
Dead (not shown): Princess Jayanti (cousin to Birendra)
Wounded (not shown): Ketaki Chester (cousin to Birendra)
Original Thoughts of Conspiracy
Obviously the original conspiracy theory of the massacre stems from the fact that all the direct heirs to the throne were killed...except for the current King Gyanendra. In fact, Gyanendra was conveniently not present in the palace at the time of the massacre...instead he was in the jungle of Chitwan. After examining the family tree images above, one should note that all of Birendra's brothers and sisters, except for Gyanendra, were targeted for murder that night. In addition, all the family members under Birendra were completely wiped out, except for Devyani (who was not technically married to Dipendra) and Kumar Gorakh, who was targeted by the alleged assassin but not killed. Fortunately for Gyanendra, according to the Nepali constitution, he, as a brother to the King, could only take the throne if there were no sons of the King available to take his position. Dipendra and Nirajan both were killed in the incident, therefore the next heir to the throne automatically went to a brother of Birendra. There were only two brothers of Birendra, and since Dhirendra was assassinated, Gyanendra was the only logical heir to the throne. Kumar Gorakh, who was only injured, was not constitutionally eligible to be King because he was not related to the family through the male side; he was married to Princess Shruti. There is an obvious initial suspicion of a conspiracy because of how "perfect" things worked out for Gyanendra.
Evidence Supporting a Government Cover-up
The most prominent evidence supporting a government cover-up is the fact that the government changed its story of the events. The first story, which was absolutely not accepted by the general public whatsoever, was that an automatic rifle accidentally went off on June 1st, shooting fourteen separate people, killing ten. This is ludicrous and was not a story the Nepali government could get away with.
There is evidence that leads to certain questions being raised. In Dipendra's glock pistol, there were two bullets fired from that night. Generally, when someone shoots himself in the temple they only really have the ability to shoot the gun once. There were several reports claiming that Dipendra not only drank plenty of alcohol that night, but also smoked a cigarette laced with hashish and an unknown black substance. Paradoxically, the doctor that worked on Dipendra while he was comatose claimed that there was no trace of alcohol or psychotropic substances in his blood with the exception of nicotine. Normally a situation like this could be cleared up by a simple autopsy to determine his actual toxicology screen and if he had two bullets in his body. Instead of investigating the matter, Dipendra was promptly cremated the same day that he was taken off life support and passed away.
The "A Brief Background of the Events" section is essentially a brief summary of a report written by a commission created by King Gyanendra. The report was not made public until King Gyanendra first reviewed the report. There is a conflict of interest between Gyanendra and the commission, which may lead to certain doubts being raised about the credibility of the commission's report.
A combination of a lack of credibility for the report and certain issues that do not add up lead to further evidence of a conspiracy or a cover-up. Why was Dipendra's body cremated so quickly after his death? Dipendra's corpse could have been examined to see if he had fired a weapon the night of the murder based on gunshot residue, or even if he shot himself in the temple or if a third party shot him in the temple. There was no autopsy, and he was quickly cremated so there is no possibility of an autopsy. According to several accounts, Dipendra was seen wobbling and stumbling before and during the massacre because he was drunk. How could Dipendra have been able to shoot so many people so effectively while intoxicated? Why was there no struggle between Dipendra and anyone else in the billiard room? Where were the palace guards? Why was Gyanendra not present that night? There are too many unanswered questions to accept any of the current theories of the events on June 1st.
Maoist Insurgency as a Motive for Murder
An alternative reason for the attack may be a product of the political instability in the region. The Maoist/Communist Party within
Devyani, the Mystery Character
Obviously one of the closest people to Dipendra was his girlfriend, Devyani. It is even speculated that the couple may have married in secret. According to the commission report, Dipendra called Devyani several times the night of the massacre on his cell phone. In the days following the massacre, Devyani fled the country, and is speculated to have gone to
The Commission Report
For a long synopsis of the commission report on the massacre, please visit Synopsis of the High Level Committee Report on the Royal Palace Incident. Although that website is extremely informative, one must remember that it is written by the bias committee that was appointed and reviewed by King Gyanendra. Although it seems silly to summarize a synopsis of an original document, it is necessary to highlight certain aspects of the official report. Paras, Kumar Gorakh, and Nirajan all took Dipendra back to his room because Dipendra was stumbling after consuming 1-2 pegs of whisky. (Side note: a helpful reader from Nepal has contacted me and told me that a 1 peg is around 100 mL -- so 1-2 pegs is about 3-4 ounces, or at the very most, 4 shots of whisky) The cigarette that Dipendra smoked after he got back to his room (a cigarette laced with hashish and a black substance) were nothing new to him; he had smoked the same type of cigarette many times before with no ill effects. Devyani spoke to Dipendra several times on the phone, and actually ended up calling someone else in the palace to check on Dipendra because he sounded dangerously drunk. When someone checked on him, he was found lying on the floor with his shirt unbuttoned and later ended up throwing up into a toilet. How could Dipendra, after being this drunk, have been able to compose himself so well to go back into the billiard room and shoot as many people as he did? Nirajan was issued a glock pistol, but his pistol was never used. Why had Nirajan not fought back? Dipendra fired a total of 47 cartridges from his M16 rifle, 29 from his submachine gun (MP-5), and 2 cartridges from his glock pistol. As stated above, why did he discharge two bullets from his pistol? When people shoot themselves in the head, it just takes one bullet.
Inconsistencies in Website Stories/Why I Wrote This/Disclaimer
One of the main reasons I wrote this was because of a lack of reliable information on the topic of the June 1st massacre in
Evidence Against a Conspiracy
Obviously I have a strong slant favoring a conspiracy, but there is some evidence that supports that Gyanendra and the government had no part in the murders. The most obvious evidence is the fact that Queen Komal was injured in the shooting. If Gyanendra or Paras were responsible for the shooting, I doubt that they would want to shoot their own wife/mother. In addition, although it is not difficult to "persuade" people to change their eyewitness accounts, it should be noted that all the witnesses at the palace that night finger Dipendra as the shooter. It is also believed that the black substance in the cigarette that Dipendra smoked may have acted as a stimulant, which may explain how he was able to return to the billiard room after vomiting into his toilet and laying on the floor in a drunken stupor.
What actually happened that night? The world may never know, but it is certainly worth examining to decide for yourself. It is interesting that the United States, although it is technically fighting a communist and terrorist-like organization (the Maoist insurgents), it is still supporting an anti-democratic government. Currently
massacre inquiry begins, at long last Nepal
By staff and wire reports
KATMANDU, Nepal -- Investigators in Katmandu have finally begun their inquiry into the shooting massacre of much of Nepal's royal family, apparently carried out by then Crown Prince Dipendra.
A two-member committee, appointed by
The investigation began two days behind schedule, and as two close relatives of the royal family revealed more details of the horrific event.
They say the late Crown Prince Dipendra had shot and murdered his father King Birendra, mother Queen Aishwarya and seven other royals died at the palace last Friday night.
The crown prince was allegedly turned to gun to himself. He fell into a coma, but was named king as the natural successor to his father -- despite being the prime suspect in the killings.
Dipendra reigned while unconscious for two days before he died of his wounds on Monday.
Gyanendra, who was crowned shortly after Dipendra's death, is under pressure for tens of thousands of angry and confused Nepalese to provide an explanation of what happened.
During the three days of investigations, the inquiry will inspect the shooting site, interview survivors and conducting ballistic tests.
Supreme Court Chief Justice Keshav Prasad Upadhaya heads the investigation panel, which also comprises Speaker of the Parliament's Lower House Tranath Ranabhat.
The committee already ran into difficulties shortly after the King appointed its members. A third member, Madhav Kumar
Investigators have said they must weigh all available evidence before deciding whether to believe the many people who have named Crown Prince Dipendra as the gunman.
"We have put together a panel of experts," Ranabhat said on Friday, as quoted by The Associated Press. "First, we will be talking to firearms and medical experts."
The investigators went to work behind closed doors in Ranabhat's chambers, with top legal officials and three Supreme Court justices inside, guarded by police and soldiers wearing combat fatigues and toting machine guns.
On Thursday, an eyewitness, Dr. Rajiv Raj Shahi, the son-in-law of shooting victim Prince Dhirendra, became the first person who was at the scene to go public with his story.
"It was the then-Crown Prince Dipendra who carried out the murders," Shahi told reporters at the hospital where three royals are recovering. "He was just a murderer."
After Shahi spoke, investigators said he would be among the witnesses they interview. Only after that could the inquiry panel decide "if he's telling the truth or not," Chief Justice Upadhaya.
Despite the eyewitnesses' account, many Nepalese are unable to accept Dipendra would kill his parents, the beloved the king and queen, and put unpopular new King Gyanendra on the throne.
"It just does not sound like the truth," said Silpa Sharma, a housewife who is one of the many skeptics, as quoted by The Associated Press.
The official line has been that the deaths were an accident caused by an exploding automatic rifle.
It is not clear whether the investigators will offer any findings on the motive, however.
Several people have said privately that Dipendra had quarreled with his mother over his choice of a bride, but the queen disapproved because the young woman came from the wrong clan.
A member of
The State Council member spoke only on condition of anonymity.
The Letter of Dr. Baburam Bhattarai on the Palace Massacre in
It’s rare in these days that an article in a newspaper can overnight become of historical importance. Perhaps the most famous instance of modern times was the 1897 publication of Emile Zola’s letter entitled “J’accuse,” which we now can see marked the turning point in the Dreyfus Affair and led to the exoneration of Captain Dreyfus and the lasting triumph of the anti-clericalist tradition in French society. It’s been many years since we’ve last heard of a letter to a newspaper that could set off such consequences.
Because the writer of the letter, Dr. Baburam Bhattarai, is underground and a leading figure of the Nepal Communist Party (Maoist) that has been waging people’s war in the scenic but impoverished hills of
Since the letter was addressed in Nepali to the educated urban audience of the Kantipur daily newspaper, basic facts of Nepali and regional history are assumed to be familiar to the reader. Without a preface that would amount in itself to a small book length history of
After Indian independence, the new rulers of
The Kings of Nepal from the time of the Kot massacre of 1846 were but titular rulers, while Jung Bahadur and his descendants (the Ranas) ruled
But the world has caught up with
King Birendra, though having yielded absolute power in 1990, remained as “constitutional” monarch with de facto control over the Royal Nepali Army, and with the support of a significant nationalist (and therefore of necessity anti-Indian) movement loyal to the Palace. In the people’s war (“Jana Youdha”) between the brutal police of the Nepali Congress government and the peasant kids organized by the Maoists, the Royal Nepal Army has been neutral. As the Jana Youdha grew in strength, and now there is no corner of the country—including the urban centers — without significant support for the Maoists, the neoliberal Hindu-nationalist Indian regime and the
Let’s Give No Legitimacy to the Beneficiaries
of the New Kot Massacre.
There was another Kot massacre in
The Reactionary world view presents any historic incident as a mere accident and tries to put the blame on some particular person. And it also tries to hide the core reality of the incident and only focuses on what is seen at the surface level. Analyzed from this angle, the recent tragedy in
On the contrary, the Progressive materialist and dialectical world view explains any given incident as part of the pattern of the flow of life and the events taking place around the world. And any incident is seen as a product resulting from the intertwining of historical necessity and accident. Looked at from this angle, in any given incident, the underlying structures of social life play an important role, and the players who are seen associated with it from outside or at the surface level are but accidental. This makes it imperative for us to look at the massacre which took place in the Narayanhiti royal palace vis-a-vis the class struggle and people’s revolution taking places in
The centralized kingdom of Nepal, established under the leadership of King Prithvi Narayan Shah some 215 years ago, was in a rather bleak state in 2058 . It was –and it is—impossible to deal with the situation in a traditional way and under the old class rule. Plus,
Why was King Birendra and his family murdered at this particular moment? What was his crime in the eyes of the expansionist and imperialist powers? Whatever your political ideology might be, one thing every honest Nepali nationalist has to agree with is this: King Birendra’s liberal political ideology and his patriotism were seen as his weakness and had become a crime in the eyes of the expansionist and imperialist powers. During the one-sided Indian economic embargo and revolution of 1990, instead of surrendering himself to the expansionist powers, he surrendered to his people. This did not make the expansionist forces happy. Later, his unwillingness to mobilize the army—which has a tradition of loyalty towards the King—to curb the People’s Revolution taking place under the leadership of Nepal Communist Party (Maoist) became his biggest crime in the eyes of the imperialist and expansionist powers. Some Marxist pundits, based on this, called us a pro-monarchy party, and we can now say that we—NCP(Maoist) and King Birendra—had similar views on many national issues and this had created in fact an informal alliance between us. Obviously, this scared the imperialist powers and their cronies. In the context of a deteriorating Sino-US relationship and a growing strategic alliance between
What’s the new responsibility of every Nepali nationalist in this situation? A press release issued by our Party secretary, Comrade Prachanda has already appealed to the nationalist forces to develop a new analysis and form a new unity on a new basis and move forward together. Emphasizing that appeal, we request that every nationalist and leftist force speed up their thinking and actions to the same fast rate at which these incidents have been happening. In this historic moment, one small mistake by us can bring calamities to the nation and its people, whereas our one wise step can lead
*Mr. Bhattarai is a leader of Nepal Communist Party (Maoist)
After three months of squabbling, a coalition ministry was formed in September 1845, again headed by Fateh Jang Chautaria. The real power behind the throne was the favorite of Queen Lakshmidevi, Gagan Singh, who controlled seven regiments in the army compared to the three under the prime minister. Abhiman Singh and Jang Bahadur also served as commanders, each with three regiments. Plots and counterplots continued until Gagan Singh was found murdered during the night of
Emotions ran high among the assembled bands of notables and their followers, who listened to the queen give an emotional harangue blaming the Pandes and demanding that the prime minister execute the Pande leader whom she suspected of the murder. While Abhiman Singh hesitated, fighting broke out in the crowd, and he was wounded. During the free-for-all that followed, swords and knives were used on all sides to dispatch opponents. Through some scheme that has never been explained adequately, the only leader with organized bodies of troops in the kot area was Jang Bahadur, whose troops suppressed the fighting, killing many of his opponents in the process. When the struggle subsided, the courtyard was strewn with the bodies of dozens of leading nobles and an unknown number of their followers--the cream of the Nepalese aristocracy. The Pande and Thapa families in particular were devastated during this slaughter.
Why the Kot Massacre took place has never been established, although the queen herself was obviously at fault for calling the assembly and whipping it into a frenzy. It has always seemed suspicious that the king was notably absent when the fighting began and that Jang Bahadur was the only leader who was ready for trouble. The extent of the carnage was apparently unexpected. Jang Bahadur was the only true beneficiary of the massacre and became the only military leader in a position of strength in the capital. The next day, he became prime minister and immediately launched a purge that killed many of his aristocratic competitors and drove 6,000 people into exile in
Last Update: December 16, 2000December 16, 2000
SYMBOLISM OF GREEN COLOR IN NEPAL CROWN IS THE REASON AS ALSO THE 46 FACTOR ASSOCIATED WITH SONIA GANDHI AND MOUNTBATTEN RELEASE OF INDIA TO INDIANS THROUGH JAWAHAR LAL NEHRU IN 1946.
1964 BECAME HIS DEATH.
THE GREEN COLOR IS THE GREEN OF PLANTS SYMBOLIC TO HINDUISM AND NOT TO ISLAM.PASHUPATINATH IS SHIVA AND THE KING OF NEPAL IS TREATED AS VISHNU AVTAAR ,BOTH BEING WORSHIPPED WITH PLANTS.
AELTEMESH REIN, ADVOCATE, SUPREME COURT OF INDIA
UNION OF INDIA & ORS.
DATE OF JUDGMENT04/08/1988
VENKATARAMIAH, E.S. (J)
VENKATARAMIAH, E.S. (J)
DUTT, M.M. (J)
1988 AIR 1768 1988 SCR Supl. (2) 223
1988 SCC (4) 54 JT 1988 (3) 275
1988 SCALE (2)301
CITATOR INFO :
D 1990 SC 334 (111)
Constitution of India, 1950: Article 32- Mandamus- Scope
of- Enforcement of statute or provisions therein left to
discretion of Government- Whether mandamus can be issued to
Advocates Act, 1961: Section 30- Right of Advocates to
practice in all courts, tribunals, etc.- Enforcement of-
Prisoners (Attendance in courts) Act, 1955: Handcuffing
of accused- Resort to- Union of India directed to frame
rules and guidelines them to States and Union Territories.
In the writ petition filed before this Court regarding
alleged handcuffing of a practising advocate, contrary to
law, while he was being taken to the court after he had been
arrested on the charge of a criminal offence, it was alleged
that the Union Government and the Delhi Administration had
not issued necessary instructions to the police authorities
with regard to the circumstances in which an accused,
arrested in a criminal case, could be handcuffed or fettered
in accordance with the judgment of this Court in Prem Kumar
Shukla v. Delhi Administration,  3 SCR 856. The
question whether this Court can issue a writ for bringing
into force section 30 of the Advocates' Act, 1961, providing
the right to every advocate, whose name was entered in the
State roll to practice throughout the territories to which
the Act extended before the Courts, Tribunals and other
authorities or persons referred to in the Scction, in view
of s. 3(1) of the Act empowering Central Government to
decide the dates on which various provisions of the Act,
including s. 3. should be brought into force, also came up
On behalf of the respondents, it was submitted that it
was for the Union of India to issue necessary instructions
regarding handcuffing of an accused to all the State
Governments and the Governments of Union Territories in
accordance with the judgment in P.K. Shukla's case, and that
this Court had jurisdiction to issue a writ directing the
Central Government to consider the question of bringing into
force section 30 of the Advocates' Act.
PG NO 223
PG NO 224
Disposing of the writ petition,
HELD: 1.1 It is not open to this Court to issue a writ
in the nature of mandamus to the Central Government to bring
a statute or a statutory provision into force when according
to the said statute the date on which it should be brought
into force is left to the discretion of the Central
A. K. Roy, etc. v. Union of India and Another,  2
SCR 272, followed.
However, this Court is of the view that this cannot come
in the way of this Court issuing a writ in the nature of
mandamus to the Central Government to consider whether the
time for bringing s. 30 of the Advocates Act, 1961 into
force has arrived or not. [229E]
1.2 Every discretionary power vested in the Executive
should be exercised in a just, reasonable and fair way. That
is the essence of the rule of law. [229F]
In the instant case, the Act was passed in 1961 and
nearly 27 years have elapsed since it received the assent of
the President of India. In several conferences and meetings
of lawyers resolutions have been passed in the past
requesting the Central Government to bring into force
section 30 of the Act. It is not clear whether Central
Government has applied its mind at all to the question
whether s. 30 of the Act should be brought into force.
Even today there are laws in force in the country which
impose restrictions on the fight of an advocate to appear
before certain courts, tribunals and authorities. ln many of
the cases which come up before the Courts or Tribunals
before which advocates cannot appear, as of right, questions
of law affecting the rights of individuals arise for
consideration and they need the assistance of advocates. We
have travelled a long distance from the days when it was
considered that the appearance of a lawyer on one side would
adversely affect the interests of the parties on the other
side. The legal Aid and Advice Boards, which are functioning
in different States, can now be approached by people
belonging to weaker sections, such as, Scheduled Castes,
Scheduled Tribes, women, labourers etc. for legal assistance
and for providing the services of competent lawyers to
PG NO 225
appear on their behalf before the Courts and Tribunals in
which they have cases. In these circumstances prima facie
there is no justification for not bringing into force s. 30
of the Act. [227D, G-H, 228A-B]
1.3 Even though the power under s. 30 of the Advocates'
Act is discretionary, this Court is of view that the Central
Government should be called upon to consider within a
reasonable time the question whether it should exercise the
discretion one way or the other having regard to the fact
that more than a quarter of century has elapsed from the
date on which the Act received the assent of the President
of India. [230A]
A writ in the nature of mandamus will issue to the
Central Government to consider within a period of six months
whether s. 30 of the Act should be brought into force or
2. The Union of India is directed to frame rules or
guidelines as regards the circumstances in which handcuffing
of the accused should be resorted to in conformity with the
judgment of this Court in Prem Shankar Shukla v. Delhi
Administration, and to circulate them amongst all the State
Governments and the Government of Union Territories within