Monday, March 29, 2010
An Open Letter to Sonia Gandhi
May I draw your kind attention to the fact or fiction that more and more people are coming out with the realisation that 'communal riot' in India is the HALL MARK of Congress party administration.
It is sad that while Gujarat’s BJP Chief Minister Narendra Modi has been summoned by SIT under the direction of India’s highest judicial body, the Supreme Court of India, a signal should have gone out to all in political and administrative circles all over India that a season of reckoning has at last dawned on India, and those who had taken law into their own hands will truly face a day of judgment, eventually.
It cannot be called coincidence if old cases, on L. K. Advani, Narendra Modi and Sajjan Kumar are revived.
However, the way Congress ruled state of Andhra has once again witnessed a ‘communal riot’ with Hindu mobs carrying long batons (lathis) and attacking unarmed Muslims in the old city of Hyderabad, the scourge of communal riot once again raising its ugly head, cannot be called a sudden conflagration.
The time that the Hindu mob availed to collect with lathis should have been enough for the local police to spring into action instantly. A prior search should have been conducted for lathis and other arms, if state intelligence had been faithful to its duties. The fact that both intelligence and police failed and let the riot spread out, points to the possibility that political consideration prevailed in this law and order situation.
Since Congress is at the helm of affair, the buck will naturally stop with its local Congress administration and eventually at your doorsteps.
The matter may and could and should be taken suo moto by Supreme Court in conjunction with Modi investigation as prevention of genocidal communal riots is better than cure of belated justice. A much needed immediate signal by the Supreme Court to the executive branch to control the murderous situations lest it may develop again in case like Gujarat and 84 Delhi riots.
As for your Congress party, it is time to dump the old treacherous and inhuman tools of governance by state administration and prepare for global examination and appreciation of a clean and people friendly government under your benign guidance that does not fall back on British colonial Raj to impose another cruel and inhuman Brahmin Raj.
Ghulam Muhammed, Mumbai