Monday, October 31, 2016

Re: [IAC#RG] Dubious actions of Ashish Khetan

Dear Gaur ji

As Hindustani people we are the most patient and tolerant of all people on this planet, but when the limit is exceeded and the dam overflows, we must convey our anguish in public and demonstrate our yogic powers.

For instance, during the 2013 and 2014 elections we could very easily have taken a public stand on the (mock) fight between AAP and BJP.

We could very easily have commented then on the 3-way split of the Rs.25 crore (TWENTY FIVE CRORE RUPEES in mostly unaccounted cash) between Kiran Bedi and/or Prashant Bhushan, Arvind Kejriwal and Anna Hazare by misusing the name of India Against Corruption, or the completely shameless way these aforementioned scamps fought over how to divide this cash between themselves.

We could very easily have commented how the huge funds (collected mostly in cash) during so-called IAC andolan in 2011 was, in our opinion, partially recycled back as white money in the hands of the principal actors through rigged awards like Sitaram Jindal Foundation's etc. who conferred awards of Rs. 25 lakhs each to Anna Hazare, Manish Sisodia, Justice Hegde, Subhash Chandra Agrawal etc. for playing their part to perfection.

We did not comment because:-
a) IAC was not at all involved in cheating and deceiving the public,
b) IAC was not at all interested in getting even 1 paise (old or new) out of that ''haraam ki kamai''.

Now since all these scamps are back again desperately needing money to fight elections and are again openly manipulating the virtually deaf Anna Hazare under the same 3-way split formula, the IAC (after having given Anna Hazare the complete opportunity and time to remedy the situation, which has expired) is not going to be silent or patient from now on - in the national interest.



On Fri, Oct 28, 2016 at 3:56 PM, Gaur J K <> wrote:


Dear Sh. S. Roy

Thanks for your reply. If you are satisfied with the response, I have nothing more to add because you know ground realities better than I do. Although I still consider Delhi as my home State{ if you call t a state]I am more a casual visitor.
About Punjab election I am happy with your decision, but not the State of Affairs. This  is one State which suffered the most during Partition. Initially it showed lot of promise but started the drift in mid sixties when Haryana and Himachal broke away. It continued to suffer finally leading to 1984 and the effects thereafter. As a result it lost its pre-eminent position both on Industrial and Agricultural sectors. Socially it suffered on the widespread liquor policy and now the drugs. In such a scenario political instability will lead to disastrous effects. Can the politicians be so short sighted knowing Pakistan breathing down their neck all the time? Although other border States like Rajasthan and Gujrat also have border more than 700 KM, they are not as vulnerable as Punjab. People of Punjab should also realise that if the is any State capable of handling Pakistan, it is only Punjab and hence the importance of this election.Sorry to say people like AK only know how to divide people for Vote Bank and ask for proof of surgical strike. Regds JKGaur 

From: <> on behalf of Sarbajit Roy <>
Sent: Tuesday, October 25, 2016 7:10 AM
To: indiaresists
Subject: Re: [IAC#RG] Dubious actions of Ashish Khetan
Dear Shri Gaur

In most cases Shri Kejriwal's helpful OSD Rajeeve Gupta forwards the email to the concerned Minister. From there onwards our team tracks the emails in that office and pursues it.

It is incorrect to suggest that no action is taken, for eg.

a) On our emails complaining about misuse of IAC's name "Delhi Dialogue Commission" Mr. Kejriwal personally intervened to change the name of their eponymous Commission.

b) On our repeated complaints about e-rickshaws blocking roads and bus-stands, his Govt implemented a policy of dedicated lanes and increased the fines to Rs.2,000. Since Delhi Police is not cooperating in enforcement they specified that other officers could initiate prosecution etc.

The above are just minor examples.

When they do not act, we take the matter forward using formal channels. for eg

a) When they refused to explain how 2 cr and 1  cr was given to PV Sindhu and Sakshi Malik, I personally filed a vigilance complaint to LG. (no 20163814 dt. 23.10.2016)  since these awards are tax free and there are 'dalals' involved.

Insofar as votes in Punjab is concerned, I and my seniors are tremendously upset ("grudge") about Ashutosh's public insult to HRA's icon from Punjab and there is no question of IAC extending any support to AAP there under these circumstances.

Hopes this clarifies sufficiently.


On Mon, Oct 24, 2016 at 3:17 PM, Gaur J K <> wrote:


Dear Sir,

We see from time to time email msgs sent to the Chief Minister on various issues highlighting the irregularities, corrupt practices either through Govt. officials or their party functionaries. But we have not seen a single reply from the Chief Minister let alone any remedial measure. In one sense it is good that we know you are making sincere efforts. But finally what is the good of it? Now we find he has no time for Delhi at all for any of its p roblems. His total time,attention and resources are for fighting elections in Punjab. Since you have a sizeable following in Punjab, do we take it that you are backing him t- here too through your volunteers? If you do not wish to reply I will understand. Rgds JKGaur    

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