62 years have passed since 1947. Out these 62 years, Congress ruled for 49 Years. Other Parties Ruled only 13 years. Almost 80% of Time since Independence Congress Ruled India.
Now, think of:
Division of People on the basis of Religion, Caste, Creed and Gender Massive corruption Rigged Elections
800 million people earning less than 2 dollars per day.
Who do you think is responsible for all this?Do you want the same political party to rule for another 5 more agonizing years?
- 1947-1975: Congress Rule.
- 1975-1977: Dictatorship by Congress under emergency.
- 1980-1989: Congress Rule.
- 1991-1996: Congress Rule
- 2004-2009: Congress Rule
Do you want to give 5 more years to Congress to destroy India further?
Congress and its treatment of Minorities: By rigging elections.
Congress helped Rigging of most elections in Kashmir including the famous rigging in 1987.
Finally people of Kashmir lost hope.
Tavleen Singh, a reputed Indian journalist, uses the term “rigged elections and sham democracy” to describe Kashmir polity. As reported by the BBC in 1996, Indian Home Minister Inderjit Gupta, said “. . . in Jammu and Kashmir all elections held to date were rigged to serve the interests of successive Congress governments.”
A leader of the Congress Party himself at the time, Khem Lata Wukhloo, recalls: “I remember that there was a massive rigging in 1987 elections. The losing candidates were declared winners. It shook the ordinary people’s faith in the elections and the democratic process.”
While most elections in Kashmir have been rigged, what was distinctive about the 1987 election was that fraud was combined with violence. Polling agents of the Muslim United Front (MUF) were thrown out of booths and beaten up. Several of those who subsequently joined the militant ranks were eyewitnesses to the electoral fraud perpetrated by the Indian state.
The 1987 election undermined the Kashmiris’ faith in the ballot box. It convinced the youth that with the ballot having failed them, they would have to turn to the bullet to deliver.
Dictator like behavior under Emergency
Is Congress democratic?
Does it respect civil liberties?
The Indian Emergency of 25 June 1975 – 21 March 1977 was a 21-month period, when President Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed, upon advice by Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, declared a state of emergency under Article 352 of the Constitution of India, effectively bestowing on her the power to rule by decree, suspending elections and civil liberties.
Murder of more than 3000 Sikhs in just 4 Days; police just watched as mobs raped, tortured and killed.
For four days after assassination of Indira Gandhi, as many as 3000 Sikhs were killed in retaliatory attacks. The most affected regions were neighborhoods in Delhi. Many ordinary Indians of different religious dispositions made significant efforts to hide and help Sikh families.
November 1, 1984 – early morning
The first killing of a Sikh occurs in east Delhi.
9:00 AM: Armed mobs take over the streets of Delhi and launch a massacre.
Police units, though adequately armed and supplied, take no action against miscreants in most places. Among the first targets are Gurdwaras, the holy temples of Sikhs, possibly to prevent Sikhs from collecting there and putting up a combined defense. The worst affected areas are low income colonies like Trilokpuri, Mongolpuri, Sultanpuri and Palam Colony. The few areas where the local police stations take prompt measures against mobs see hardly any killings or major violence. Farsh Bazar and Karol Bagh are two such examples.
November 2, 1984
Curfew is announced throughout Delhi, but is not enforced. The Army deployed throughout Delhi too but ineffective because the police did not co-operate with soldiers (who are not allowed to open fire without the consent of senior police officers and executive magistrates). Mobs continue to rampage.
Congress and Poverty
Congress started slogans “Garibi Hatao” remove poverty, and won elections.
It did nothing. Now, it wants to again use “Poverty” to garner votes.
Congress and Women
More than 1,23,000 women were arrested and most of them jailed under section 498a since 2004 till 2007 under congress without trial or investigation.
Do you want to see your mothers and sisters in jail?
Then vote for Congress.
How did Congress treat Shah Bano? Learn it.
Law enacted by Rajiv Gandhi to deny alimony to old woman
The Shah Bano case was a controversial divorce lawsuit in India, in which Shah Bano, a 62 year old Muslim woman and mother of five from Indore, Madhya Pradesh, was divorced by her husband in 1978 and was subsequently denied alimony. The case created considerable debate and controversy about the extent of having different civil codes for different religions, especially for Muslims in India. This case caused the Rajiv Gandhi government, with its absolute majority, to pass the Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Divorce) Act, 1986 which diluted the secular judgment of the Supreme Court and, in reality, denied even utterly destitute Muslim divorcees the right to alimony from their former husbands.
Critics strongly contend that this Act was passed in order to appease minorities and safeguard the Muslim vote bank. Thus the shah bano case was more about ‘symbols’ than anything else.
When it came to Muslim vote bank and women, Congress choose Conservative Muslim Vote bank.
Dividing People for Votes
Congress and Quota Vote Banks
Congress says, it will implement Quota for OBCs, SC/STs in Private Companies, if it comes to power.
Soon every single caste will demand to be included in OBC, SC/ST if they are getting free jobs without interviews in Private Companies in India.
Congress wants votes by Hook or Crook as always.
It does so by dividing people.
And wants to run the show with Puppets dancing to Italian Tunes.
The strong message has to go to Congress and its dictatorial ways.
Renuka Choudhury said: “Its time for Men to Suffer”, when a discriminatory law was implemented and passed by parliament.
The fascist roots of 1975 have not gone.
Vote for Any Party, but not to Congress. Save India, Save Indian Children from Congress.