Indian Cabinet “Tears Up & Throws Away” Rahul Gandhi’s “Ordinances”
Today the Cabinet of Ministers, Government of India gave it back to the so called “Shahjada” or “Prince” of India, Rahul Gandhi. It tore up and threw in the garbage the “ordinances” being pushed by him. Those who know the background would understand its significance.
For once Indian “democracy” seemed to work. It appears that even the most subservient have some self respect.
An irrepressible groundswell of opinion is building up in India that the dynasty rule has been unmitigated disaster for the nation. Now this Delhi “Durbar“, as Tavleen Singh calls it, is coming to an end no one is in a mood to pamper the “Shahjada” any more. For Rahul’s ever amusing antics Dr. Subramanian Swamy calls him a Buddhu, also suggesting that perhaps his intellectual capabilities are “hereditary”; a pointed dig at not so great academic achievements of his family especially when compared to other intellectual giants of freedom movement like Bhulabhai Desai or Lala Hardayal.
On a positive note Rahul seems to be a nice person. But it stops right there. Is he honest? Strangely he pretends as if he is totally oblivious of the rampant corruption and looting of India, especially by the so called “First Family” and its cronies, and the political party known as “Congress”, which is owned by it. Rahul acts as a fighter against corruption, but fails to mention those billions of dollars deposited in Swiss Banks. And he tries to portray that everything bad is done by some fabled “system” which his family’s rule of over 60 years has nothing to do with. Also, he always refers to India as “this” country, not “my” or “our” country – may be an honest admission of being a citizen of Italy named Raul Vinci?
And thanks to Dr. Subramanian Swamy, who will ensure that the law catches up with him and his family, sooner rather than later. Law in India grinds slow but grinds fine.
Photograph below: Swiss Magazine Schweizer Illustrierte in (November 1991) – the top holders of Swiss bank accounts at the time.
Rajiv Gandhi appears in the august company of other dictators like Saddam Hussein, Suharto of Indonesia, Idi Amin of Uganda, Shah of Iran etc.