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AAP an international conspiracy against India


It is not Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) which is being portrayed as the party of common man but actually, it’s an international conspiracy hatched by anti-Indian forces within and outside the country. People like Arvind Kejriwal, Prashant Bhushan, Anand Kumar, Yogendra Yadav, Manish Sisodia, Sanjay Singh, Kumar Vishwas, Ashutosh, Shazia Ilmi, Gopal Rai and Dilip Pandey are Indians but only in name. Who is not aware of their pro-Maoists and pro-radical Islamist credentials? Who is not aware of Medha Patkar credentials and those who constituted the Narmada Bachao Andolan (NBA) and the essentially subversive and anti-system National Alliance of People’s Movements (NAPM) of which Patkar is an integral and crucial part?

Similarly, Kamal A Mitra Chenoy, had been exposed by the writer and rendered clueless in the Jawaharlal Nehru University in a well-attended international seminar more than a decade ago. Others of his ilk, who are in the process of openly making common cause with the foreign-funded AAP, are no more than mercenaries whose single-point agenda is to destabilise India and break India into smithereens. This would help forces like American-based Ford Foundation and Rockefeller Foundation, US’s Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Pakistan dreaded intelligence agency Inter-Service Intelligence (ISI), and China, to mention only a few, play their nefarious games in the region with utmost ease and destroy Indian culture, civilisation and society.

This is a fact which can be verified from what the often repeated statements of Prashant Bhushan and others on Indian culture, civilisation, Kashmir, Army, Maoist-affected areas, nuclear energy plants, anti-terror laws and their frequent hobnobbing with radical Islamists, Maoists and other similar forces which consider the majority community their enemy and dismiss India as an ‘unnatural formation’ (or a formation of disparate regions and mutually exclusive social groups and communities). Indeed, Kejriwal and his associates are on the same side. Medha Patkar formally joined the AAP and assured the NAPM’s full support to Kejriwal on January 13, 2014 with the statement “We know the philosophy and views of Kejriwal” and hence, her plunge with the AAP.

It was not a coincidence that Kamal A Mitra Chenoy, who I have personally known for more than two decades and whose biases for Kashmiri separatists, Maoists and similar other anti-national elements are apparent, bemoaned that he wanted the Left leaders to join the AAP as they had failed to achieve their objective. He was however unable to persuade them. He also said that he was fortunate that he worked with the Communist Party of India (CPI) for years and he would finish the unfinished agenda of the Left movement in association with Bhushan and other AAP members.

That the AAP and its leaders are getting funds from dubious foreign agencies can be seen from the fact that Arvind Kejriwal himself has admitted to receiving funds from the Ford Foundation, the Dutch Embassy and also from some other sources.

And what about Manish Sisodia’s NGO Kabir? According to AAP’s reply to an RTI query that questioned its funding and expenditure, it disclosed that “they have received funds from the Ford Foundation (Rs 86,61,742), PRIA (Rs 2,37,035), Manjunath Shanmugam Trust (Rs 3,70,000), Dutch Embassy (Rs 19,61,968), Association for India’s Development (Rs 15,00,000), India’s Friends Association (Rs 7,86,500), United Nationals Development Programme (Rs12,52,742) while Rs 11,35,857 were collected from individual donations between 2007 to 2010.” Everyone knows that the CIA, Ford Foundation and organisations like Rockefeller Foundation only fund the mercenaries in India and other soft targets which can be easily lured and bribed to play American games in India.

Indeed, the AAP is a deadly poison and an ugly replica of Sonia Gandhi’s Congress. It is our fundamental duty to expose the dubious credentials of the AAP and convince the nation that it would be an unpardonable crime if anyone goes near the AAP. Besides, we have to work overtime to ensure the victory of the BJP and its Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi.

Prashant Bhushan of the AAP has stirred a hornet’s nest by suggesting that the India should hold a referendum to decide whether the Army should continue to be deployed in the volatile Valley or not. The nation has reacted in horror to this suggestion and it has invoked a scathing rebuttal from the BJP’s Arun Jaitley too. As we all know that the Pak-sponsored terror emanating from across the border is one of the greatest threats our country has been facing. The valley of Kashmir is a fertile ground for the terrorists from across the border who want to create mayhem by shedding blood of the innocents. To keep such insurgent and terror elements in check, the Indian State has deployed its army in the valley.

The purpose behind the Army’s deployment in the Kashmir Valley is to protect our country from the dangerous threat of cross-border terrorism and give a befitting reply to the nefarious designs of Pakistan. Pakistan is a failed state which cannot see minorities living in peace and prospering without any challenges in a country dominated by Hindus. To sow the seeds of communal hatred and to complete its unfinished agenda of 1947 — snatching Kashmir from India — Pakistan regularly resorts to the worst possible methods including the cross-border terrorism to provoke India. The Army has been bravely resisting the ISI-backed terrorists in Kashmir while safeguarding our national interests.

How can anybody suggest the solution to such a complex and chronic problem by holding referendum? When the country has been at the receiving end of the products of Pakistan’s terror infrastructure for decades now, a leader like Prashant Bhushan should allow sanity to prevail without resorting to populist measures. Complex problems demand organised thinking and cohesive approach. Solutions should be sought without trying to appeasing any particular community for the benefit of the nation’s safety and security. The deployment of the Army has been in place keeping a specific purpose and the country’s larger interest in mind. At a time when the country is going to the polls, a controversy on a prickly issue like Jammu & Kashmir is completely unwarranted.

AAP’s anti-national agenda exposed: After Kashmir, Bhushan now bats for referendum in Red Corridor-

senior party leader Prashant Bhushan has now said his party wants referendum in Red Corridor on whether security forces should fight Maoist, terrorists and also invited the Maoists to join his party.

As per a report published in Deccan Chronicles, Bhushan said there could only be three conditions under which a security measure could be taken by either the Central or State Governments.

The three conditions are: infiltration through the borders, communal riots and normal civil security where the consent of the local people should be taken before deploying the military forces.

Bhushan said he is in favour of a referendum on the deployment of the paramilitary forces in the Maoist-hit areas and this falls under the third category. He said the special armed forces serve the interests of big corporates than the helpless tribals.




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