Monday, April 18, 2016

Ishrat Jahan has begun to haunt the Congress.

The truth about Ishrat Jahan was being debated on the Times Now, this evening. Everyone is aware of this case since it was bandied about as a fake encounter that had the then Gujarat's chief minister indulgence. The Congress had used it to the hilt during the last Assembly elections in Gujarat and subsequently, in the general elections!

I'm not gonna go through the details because the entire story is now out in the public domain but there are a few questions that need to be answered by the concerned parties, which are:-

   (a) The first question is to the parents of Ishrat Jahan. Why did she become a terrorist?
   (b) The second is to the parents of her boy friend, a mallu, by the name of Pranesh. Don't tell me
         that you weren't aware of his suspicious movements?
   (c) Then, of course, it's to the Congress - Sonia and Rahul. How come you forgot the simple fact
         that the truth will come out no matter how much you try to suppress it?
   (d) And to all the minions of the Congress - the so called media spokes persons of the party. A
        colleague of yours is getting whipped for his misdeeds when he was the country's Home
        Minister and you don't have anything to say to support him? By your deafening silence, the
        story is clear that his bosses are clearly the script writers and its admission would sink them

Collective conspiracy. The filth in politics is nauseating. Period!

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A couple that was in an extramarital relationship had, about two years ago, killed the lady's young daughter and her mother-in-law. The court gave its judgement on the case today.

   - The man is to be hanged and the woman is to undergo two life imprisonments, that can be done

The poignant part of the case was that the man's father, a college professor, had given evidence against his own son, despite pressures. The son had taken a telephone sim card in the name of his father and used it to commit the crime.

Hats off to you sir! I can understand your agony as you took the brave step.


Got this on What'sApp and thought that I must pass it on.

                                           Miss Me - But Let Me Go!
                                When I come to the end of the road
                                    And the sun has set for me,
                             I want no rites in a gloom-filled room;
                                    Why cry for a soul set free?
                                Miss me a little - but not too long
                               And not with your head bowed low.
                            Remember the love that we once shared.
                                   Miss me - but let me go.
                           For this is a journey that we all must take
                                   And each must go alone.
                                It's all a part of the Master's plan,
                                  A step on the road to home.
                             When you are lonely and sick of heart,
                                    Go to friends we know
                           And bury your sorrows in doing good deeds
                                    Miss me - but let me go.    

                                                             - Author Unknown.            


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