Wednesday, October 18, 2006

A party politburo member's opinion

Protect Parliament prestige: Brinda Karat

Why does some politburo member's opinion get so much prominence in CBCNN? It is because she happens to be the wife of Prakash Karat, who is a good friend of the editor-in-chief of CBCNN, N.Ram. The next time you hear about ethics from CBCNN, remember it is hypocrisy, which the communists have mastered so well.

Brinda Karat fights for the wrong causes once again. Legistlature questioning the Parliament is not undermining its prestige. Both of them have to uphold the constitutional law. If parliament thinks of itself as the supreme authority and acts with impunity and disregard for the law, a responsible legistlature must react to the situation. A legistlature acts on the parliament as a check in such cases.

In both instances that the legistlature pulled up the parliament, the parliament has violated the stipulated guidelines. In both cases, the violator is congress party, the unethical bed-partner of the communists. Karat, once again, is supporting an unconstitutional act for political purposes.

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