Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Narmada issue - the fifth post i think

I had earlier had some nasty comments when I went hammer and tongs at the height of dumbness (aamir khan).

http://in.rediff.com/news/2006/jun/20modi.htm

Now, in this article, ignore the secular-communal blabberings, but note the part on Narmada.

"During the recent Narmada Dam controversy, Union Water Resources Minister Saifuddin Soz who was appalled at the way rehabilitation was handled by Madhya Pradesh, tried to stall Gujarat from raising the height of the dam so that he could secure some kind of deal for the oustees.
Modi came to Delhi for secret talks with Soz where Soz virtually begged him to postpone the decision. "I will issue a public statement saying you are India's greatest statesman," Soz told Modi, possibly expecting that an endorsement from a Kashmiri Muslim would help Modi wash away some of the Godhra black."

Now, its clear that Gujarat has done the rehab part, its MP which is pending. So, why do aamir and medha patkar have to spew venom on Gujarat.

2 Comments:

Blogger barbarindian said...

Don't worry, the welfare state will take care of them:
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow/1690816.cms

July 04, 2006 3:04 PM  
Blogger In The Shadows said...

Yeah, I stand vindicated. Dumb aamir khan - (he is actually dumb, medha patkar is smart, she has a political motive behind this issue. The fact that dcube (dunce dilip dsouza) is with her is enough) - is just speaking without knowing any heads and tails of the matter. And lo and behold! he is also accusing Gujarat (instead of Modi) of voting modi to power. Does that stupid actor know that gujarat returned equal number of congress and Bjp MPs, in the last gen election.

He seems to be motivated by the congress, etc just to create trouble in Gujarat and trouble for Modi.

BTW, where was he when an AIIMS students were on hunger strike, and one of them burnt himself.

July 05, 2006 2:56 AM  

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