Archive for May, 2011


Why Amar Singh is against JAN-LOKPAL BILL because he has to save his friend Anil Ambani in 2-G spectrum scam case. He has his personal problems with Prashant Bhushan, because prashant Bhushan was the man who file PIL(Public Interest Litigation) in court against Amar Singh 2006 Tape & 2-G Spectrum Scam Case. In both case Justice Singhvi is part of case. Now the CFSL report says that the 2011-Prashant Bhushan CD is fake. Actually that CD was created with the help of 2006 Amar Singh CD.                                                                                                                      .( )

WHY JAN-LOKPAL BILL:— Because India badly needs an Anti-corruption law, that is missing.This bill will punish those people who is looting India & depositing money to foreign banks.Surprisingly there is no law in our country that send jail to Corrupt Politicians & powerful peoples.Because politicians are controlling our country which includes Indian Army, Indian Judiciary, Indian Police, C.B.I ( )

SUPPORT ANNA HAZARE:– Anna Hazare is a modern day Gandhiji. He was part of 1965 war, a military driver. Anna Hazare & Arvind Kejriwal fought for RTI (Right to Information Act ) from 1994. And they succeed in 2004. Now they are fighting for JAN-LOKPAL BILL. The Government LOKPAL BILL is a joke to our democracy. So Anna Hazare, Arvind Kejriwal, Justice Shanti Bhushan, prashant Bhushan, Kiran Bedi, Swami Agnivesh, Mallika sarabhai , Medha pathkar and several others supporting this bill. Shanti Bhushan & Prashant Bhushan created a draft for JAN-LOKPAL BILL. So we need to understand why all politicians are targeting this bill.

Draft of JAN-LOKPAL BILL—   

AMAR SINGH & JUSTICE SINGHVI SPAT:– Amar Singh was repeatedly targeting Justice Singhvi in his press conferences. But why?  Actually,  the 2G spectrum case is lying with Justice Singhvi. He was trying to pressurize the judge to spare Anil Ambani. Also Amar has old scores to settle with Justice Singhvi. On the 9th of February an extraordinary incident occurred in the Supreme Court. Amar Singh was pulled up by the Court. Amar Singh wanted to renege on the charges that he had made on Sonia Gandhi in the 2006 illegal phone tapping case. He said in the court that though the ruling party is using its clout illegitimately, he wants to take the charges back. His case was being fought by Congress spokesperson Abhishek Manu Singhvi. The argument that Singhvi gave was that Amar had filed the charges on his own knowledge of facts but now that things have turned out to be spurious he wanted to rescind on the charges. This case was being argued in the bench of Justices Mr. G S Singhvi and A K Ganguly. Justice Singhvi contested this argument saying that personal knowledge is then knowledge of facts that one knows personally and that is why it cannot change over time.    The Court maintained that personal knowledge cannot be falsified by ones ownself. The court said that his personal knowledge was spurious and that he had wasted the Court’s precious time. Thus Amar was castigated left, right and centre by the court. Perhaps he could not come to terms with this and when the opportunity arose he targeted Justice Singhvi and also saved his friend Anil Ambani from being arrested.


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Coal black marketing in India for whom? Why everybody is silent ?Who is getting money?Former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi had in 1973 nationalized coal.This had minimized the black racketeering of coal and coal had become available at government notified rates all over the country. The most glaring and blatant fact is that the coal mines were given out free at the lower than nominal cost of Rs. 100 royalty per ton of coal that would be extracted. It was done at a time when the market price of coal was over Rs. 2000 per ton.Manmohan Singh gave away 63 blocks for free. During these four years (2006-2010) almost 175 blocks were gifted to brokers and capitalists of different shades.

This tantamount to coal reserves of 49.07 billion tons. Out of the 208 blocks 113 blocks were given to 184 private companies for free. This amounted to coal reserves equal to 21.69 billion tons. If the value of this coal is calculated at the market price of Rs. 2500 per ton, it comes out to 5,382,830.50 Crores. If out of this Rs. 2500, Rs. 1250 is deduced giving space for Rs. 850 as cost of production, transportation etc and Rs. 400 is deduced as profit, then also the country was inflicted a revenue loss of about 26 Lakh Crores.         READ FULL ARTICLE

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