Monday, February 02, 2009

Contrary to all available evidence, chindu blames the victim

Chindu indulging in the usual secular game of blaming the victim as the aggressor. This time, the victim is not just a second-class Hindu citizen but an irritant to the dynasty. On the other hand, Navin Chawla is a Congress sycophant and has never been shy of displaying his loyalty, much like Chindu.

Gopalaswami’s claims on timing of missive are seriously misleading
A careful, item-by-item verification by The Hindu of the CEC’s claims on what happened within the Election Commission between January 30, 2008 and January 12, 2009 reveals that they are seriously misleading.
The documentary record shows that he relentlessly hounded an Election Commissioner...

Read anything but the chindu to get the true picture.

Arun points out the following articles on Rediff:

Chawla's loo breaks led to Congress phone calls: CEC

In the report to the President, the CEC notes that whenever the full bench meeting was seized of an issue, Chawla will make an excuse of going to the washroom. And soon thereafter, invariably, the CEC would get phone calls from top Congress functionaries even as the meeting was in progress.

Unfair to impute motives to CEC
Chawla was also found to have exercised 'extra-statutory control in jail matters', including 'the treatment of detenues'. Not confining himself to dictating to his boss as to the persons to be arrested, he also prescribed how they were to be treated in prison. For instance, he was for constructing special cells with asbestos roofs to 'bake' certain prisoners. Kishan Chand pathetically admitted to Justice Shah that he was not a free agent and Chawla used to receive instructions directly from Sanjay Gandhi and he (Kishan Chand) came into the picture only to the extent that he was required to fulfill some technical formalities.

Daily Pioneer has gone on to suggest Why Chawla must go.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Good that you are back to take the Chief headon. The way this fellow has been reacting the last few days (reporting under his own name, for days together, that too on the front page), it looks like he wants to protect Chawla to any extent, even at the cost of wantonly abusing the CEC. Look at the use of rude expressions like the CEC "hounded" Chawla. Chief's ridiculous defence of Chawla is less due to the latter's connections with the ruling party, but rather more due to Chawla's links to the missionary brigade.