Sunday, December 10, 2017

Re: [IAC#RG] Bizarre anti-nationalism of Vice President Sh.VenkaiahNaidu?

I am amazed at the intellectual arrogance of some of the honourable and learned members who have resorted to question the integrity, patriotism or knowledge of the honourable vice president or a small person like me.

We have the space in our democracy to question the issues, policies and programmes of the governments at various levels. Being personal may be avoided. Questioning ideology may invite fierce backlash.

I am aware of the history of Vande Matram. The whole song is not sung at public platform. It was being sung in its truncated form at Meerut municipality till recently. Was it unconstitutional? Who says and on what basis? What is the law laid down by the apex court on this issue ? What happens in parliament ?

Who does not know that VP Naidu was a BJP man? What part of his speech is unlawful and under what provisions of the law ? 

Gentleme, please answer the basic question and stick to the issue, is my request and humble prayer.

On 11 Dec 2017 8:38 am, "Baby Varkey" <> wrote:
To all my Sanghi friends

The newspapers and TV reports and Naidu's own words at a RSS affiliate conference are quite clear.

These kind of rash political statements from a Constitutional functionary are all manifestations of a fascist and communal bankrupt ideology which proclaims that the "saffron is India's national flag and Vande Mataram is India's true anthem - Bhayyaji Joshi, Sarkaryavah of RSS",

What is this nonsense being spouted by Vankaiah Naidu that Vande Mataram only means "maa tuzhe salam" ie. saluting the motherland? It is nothing of the sort.

The historical fact is that British rulers were trying to impose their "God Save the Queen" as India's national anthem and demanding that Indians be forced to sing it. The collaborationist RSS leadership (all loyal worshippers of Queen Mother who never wanted India's independence) foresaw that the Indian people would never bow to foreign Queen Mother instead suggested to their British masters that Vande Mataram should be made national anthem so that Indians would be saluting the British Mother Empress indirectly.

Naidu's comments show even after 70 years of independence Sanghis still want foreign rule of India.

On Sun, Dec 10, 2017 at 11:03 PM, Sudhir Srinivasan <> wrote:

Dear Paki's,


Vice President Shri.Venkaiah Naidu – Never said Stop / not to singing national Anthem

VP – only questioned Paki lovers, what problem Congress / BSP / Muslims have in saying Vande Mataram

VP – said Vande Mataram meaning – saluting the motherland.


Congress and Dr Zakir Hussain followers with low IQ have totally missed the point.


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From: Dr Sarman Singh
Sent: Sunday 10 December 2017 5:21 pm
To: MRCI - Ramesh Patil
Subject: Re: [IAC#RG] Bizarre anti-nationalism of Vice President Sh.VenkaiahNaidu?


The discussion is very intellectual one. But for my friends these days even pointing out the mistakes or dirty mindset of BJP is antinational acts and all of the government employees are afraid of to say anything about their misdeeds. So to survive in these days of dictatorship, better to say only Jai ho modi, even if you do feel like from your heart.

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