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HMSA rejects Communal Violence Bill as anti-Hindu

July 31st, 2011
Houston, TX

Expressing his agreement with the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jailalita, who characterized this bill as “fascist”, Mr. Parekh said that This bill is mischievously conceived in order to vest extraordinary dictatorial authority in the hands of central government at the expense of the state governments.  The aims of GOI are transparent in that it seeks to unfairly topple the legitimate, duly elected state governments at will, specially the ones it does not or may not like, on the slightest pretext or even cooked up pretext of communal violence.

Pointing to the well documented pattern of record of the Congress party, such as the infamous midnight atrocities perpetrated by the New Delhi authorities on the peaceful protesters asleep, he said that The anti-Hindu communal politics of the GOI is clear even to a casual observer of the Indian political scene. The hostility of the central government against the majority Hindu community  is unprecedented in the independent India’s history;  which is vividly clear from the periodic pronouncements of the Congress spokesmen,  its abuse of the CBI and other GOI agencies in harassing, even beating up and torturing, various Hindu leaders and activists.
He also noted that the current Congress government has been cited for colossal corruption numerous times. In fact, its own survival is predicated on corruption as has been obvious from the recent no-confidence vote  at which wads of cash was illegally used to influence votes in favor of the government, a fact that is still under investigation. The corruption matters don’t get addressed, much less resolved, under current dispensation until extraordinary efforts are made by civic society led by such luminaries as Anna Hazare, Baba Ramdev, Dr Subramanian Swamy et al, and the Supreme Court of India must invariably intervene.
Onserving the abuse of power by the GOI against the state govt in Gujarat, he said that the ongoing tussles  between the GOI and some state governments is well known, as is the personal animosity of the GOI against some state leaders.  The present bill would be unacceptable even on a good day. It is most certainly not acceptable under this malevolent regime of the Congress party when many state governments are showing extraordinary honesty, efficiency and progress while the GOI long remains mired in ungodly corruption and greed of power.
He  on behalf of The Hindu Mahasabha of America appealed to all parties concerned to present a concerted front in rejecting this undemocratic bill, and help frustrate the dictatorial aims of the corrupt regime in New DeMr. Pradip Parekh, Spokesperson and Convener of the Global Affairs Committee of the Hindu Mahasabha of America (aka Hindu Congress of America), on behalf of the organization, expressed his categorical rejection of  the “Communal Violence Bill” as proposed by the Government of India of the ruling Congress party for a vote of approval by the Indian parliament.
Mr. Pradip Parekh, Spokesperson and Convener of the Global Affairs Committee of the Hindu Mahasabha of America (aka Hindu Congress of America), on behalf of the organization, expressed his categorical rejection of  the “Communal Violence Bill” as proposed by the Government of India of the ruling Congress party for a vote of approval by the Indian parliament.
 Expressing his agreement with the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jailalita, who characterized this bill as “fascist”, Mr. Parekh said that This bill is mischievously conceived in order to vest extraordinary dictatorial authority in the hands of central government at the expense of the state governments.  The aims of GOI are transparent in that it seeks to unfairly topple the legitimate, duly elected state governments at will, specially the ones it does not or may not like, on the slightest pretext or even cooked up pretext of communal violence.
 Pointing to the well documented pattern of record of the Congress party, such as the infamous midnight atrocities perpetrated by the New Delhi authorities on the peaceful protesters asleep, he said that The anti-Hindu communal politics of the GOI is clear even to a casual observer of the Indian political scene. The hostility of the central government against the majority Hindu community  is unprecedented in the independent India’s history;  which is vividly clear from the periodic pronouncements of the Congress spokesmen,  its abuse of the CBI and other GOI agencies in harassing, even beating up and torturing, various Hindu leaders and activists.
 He also noted that the current Congress government has been cited for colossal corruption numerous times. In fact, its own survival is predicated on corruption as has been obvious from the recent no-confidence vote  at which wads of cash was illegally used to influence votes in favor of the government, a fact that is still under investigation. The corruption matters don’t get addressed, much less resolved, under current dispensation until extraordinary efforts are made by civic society led by such luminaries as Anna Hazare, Baba Ramdev, Dr Subramanian Swamy et al, and the Supreme Court of India must invariably intervene.
 Observing the abuse of power by the GOI against the state govt in Gujarat, he said that the ongoing tussles  between the GOI and some state governments is well known, as is the personal animosity of the GOI against some state leaders.  The present bill would be unacceptable even on a good day. It is most certainly not acceptable under this malevolent regime of the Congress party when many state governments are showing extraordinary honesty, efficiency and progress while the GOI long remains mired in ungodly corruption and greed of power.
 He  on behalf of The Hindu Mahasabha of America appealed to all parties concerned to present a concerted front in rejecting this undemocratic bill, and help frustrate the dictatorial aims of the corrupt regime in New Delhi.

 

Pradip Parekh
Convener & Spokesperson
Global Affairs Committee
Hindu Mahasabha of America
Tel. 832-436-1619
E-Mail: pradip.parekh@hmsamerica.org