Sunday, September 25, 2016

Re: [IAC#RG] Narendra Modi is the corrupt mouse that roars !!

It's a befitting answer with facts empowering those all who are silent

On 9/25/16, Sarbajit Roy <> wrote:
> Dear Mr. Venkatraman
> I shall address all the points in your email. If I have left out any,
> inadvertently, please flag them
> Firstly, let me say that I am not a stranger to weapons technologies. For
> eg. in my early days as an engineer I worked on aspects of firing control
> systems for a navy ship, and later hydraulics of the Arjun Main Battle Tank
> then worked on reverse engineering Russian spare parts for MiGs.
> 2) Since you are from Chennai, I cite the Hindu dt. Sep. 25, 2016
> "*Rafale deal welcome but fleet small: Experts*
> <>
> "
> Their "experts" agree that the deal "*seems to have been guided more by
> "political prudence than operational requirements.*"
> Decoded this represents the '*bania*' bean counting approach from PMO / MoD
> babus which has strangled the operational capabilities of our armed forces.
> Since IAC stands, unequivocally, for India's territorial integrity and for
> a LARGER INDIA ('*Akhand Bharat*') I was shocked at the PM's public
> statements that henceforth war with Pakistan would be fought economically
> through better schools and health and not through a fitting military
> response at the appropriate time / place of our army's choosing. IAC is not
> at all like Kejriwal or Prashant Bhushan asking for referendums in J&K
> after forces are withdrawn and I am shocked you are clubbing us with them.
> If anyone is apeing Kejriwal it is Mr. Modi and not IAC. Mr. Modi is a
> politician appealing to vote banks. IAC has no such considerations when we
> write. It is the limited SUCCESS of AAP in Delhi on schools and health and
> water delivery which is causing Mr. Modi's party so much angst in crucial
> border states like Punjab at poll time.
> In any case, if there is any controversy on who propped up Kejriwal, let me
> say unequivocally, that it was Mr. Ajit Doval and friends since at least
> 2010 and *they continue to control him*.
> Doval's rogue network (although in retrospect 'network of rogues' is a
> better descriptor) comprises also a vast network of so-called Hindu
> militant / pseudo-nationalist fringe persons and failed police officers
> ultimately owing loyalty to the United States of America. Their gameplan is
> to convert India into a partner in the USA's war on terror, in other words,
> India is to replace Pakistan in the USA's scheme of things.
> IAC also stands unequivocally for INDIA FIRST. IAC shall always oppose
> India's being a puppet state of any imperialist power.
> It is crystal clear that the Government of India will engage in a war,
> limited or unlimited, with Pakistan in the near future - and certainly
> within Mr. Modi's present term. IAC has therefore publicly questioned the
> KNEE JERK reaction of MoD in desperately contacting foreign arms suppliers
> asking for vast off-the-shelf purchases in great haste recently. As per my
> sources, which are as good as Mr. Doval's, *Rosoboronexport* is inundated
> with inquiries in last week. Same goes for all the former Soviet states
> which have manufacturing capacity.
> So let IAC ask 1 question, and I dare you Mr. Venkatraman to answer it.
> *Who was the corrupt US sponsored CIA puppet in Modi sarkar cabinet who
> effectively imposed CUSTOMS DUTY on ARMAMENT IMPORTS by Govt. wef 2015-16
> by withdrawing vital customs duty exemptions ?*
> Previously, MoD / Forces did not have to pay Customs duty on their imports.
> After these CBEC changes, contracted armaments started arriving at docks
> and were standing in the open for months because no corresponding budgetary
> provision had been made for payment of the customs duty. The situation
> became so grave that shipments were being turned back on the high seas. All
> this happened between Feb 2016 and May 2016. *Do you wish to dispute this
> Mr. Venkatraman* ? Should I name the Minister ? Because I stand by this
> statement, and what is known to me (a common citizen) is obviously known
> also to Pakis who were quick to exploit the situation and our lack of
> operational readiness, I am alleging corruption.
> Several loopholes still exist, for eg. Supplier A ships arms, 10% of which
> are defective and need to be replaced. Because of this new customs duty
> situation, supplier A will not easly accept the defective goods back to
> replace it because they will not bear double customs duty. There was a
> fierce tussle going on over this (unreported), but Mr. Parrikar
> unfortunately is a lightweight and ultimately our forces are bleeding
> because of such nonsense.
> There is also apparently a fundamental principle known as "vicarious
> liability" which the BJP spokesperson Mr. Sambit Patra explained when I
> appeared with him on Arnab's show on 15th Sept. Simply put this means if
> there is any corrupt decision by the BJP cabinet then Mr. Modi is
> responsible for it.
> Now to the facts of the RAFAEL deal.
> As the Hindu says, the French Airforce purchased their planes at 55 million
> Euros each. In comparison ours are to cost Euro 225 million each. ie. about
> 4.1x times more. Do the maths yourself. So either I am wrong or 'The Hindu'
> is wrong with their figures.
> So kindly explain, Mr. Venkatraman how I am wrong when I say that India is
> buying the Rafaels at 4 times the cost to their own French airforce.
> If you want I can decode for you Air Marshal Matheswaran's observations
> about customisations and tweaks. BUT, I am sure that the 6,000 IESM's on
> this channel can do it better for you.
> So, let us put the nation first and politics last, and focus on our mission
> to fight corruption by exposing such scandals irrespective of which party
> has committed them,.Thre is no abusive word being used.,We are very careful
> when we write.
> Sarbajit
> On Sun, Sep 25, 2016 at 1:54 PM, Venkatraman Ns <>
> wrote:
>> It is disgusting to receive such write ups where abusive and
>> vituperative
>> language such as corrupt mouse, rogue network etc. have been freely
>> used.,
>> without responsible journalism. .
>> Rafael deal has been under negotiation for several years and not decided
>> suddenly. It appears that anyone can write anything and get away with
>> it
>> in this country today.
>> With person like Kejriwal being in the scene, people are already losing
>> faith in the so called anti corruption crusaders. Let those who claim
>> that
>> they are fighting against corruption stop using simply abusive language
>> but
>> substantiate their allegations in responsible manner. . Otherwise, they
>> would be doing great disservice to anti corruption movement.
>> N.S.Venkataraman
>> On Sat, Sep 24, 2016 at 10:16 PM, Sarbajit Roy <> wrote:
>>> After viewing Modi's speech to his party cadres, I was reminded of the
>>> 1960's satirical movie 'The Mouse that Roared
>>> <>' (Peter Sellers) about a 2 bit
>>> impoverished nation which declares war on the United States hoping to
>>> lose
>>> and get foreign aid. [trailer
>>> <>], and I am not referring
>>> to Pakistan :-)

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