Sunday, November 15, 2009

Liar in Chief N Ram's open support to China

Thanks to Hindu Fundamentalist for bringing to our attention N Ram's perfidy. You can read his post here.
A visitor of this country, a dignified and respectable one at that, visits a monastery in a part of this country. N Ram's jaundiced eyes see it as "provocation"? You can read the report here.
Pointing out the immediate provocation for the propaganda was the Dalai Lama's visit to Tawang, Mr. Ram felt there was no justification in allowing the Tibetan spiritual leader's visit to a sensitive border site in Arunachal Pradesh. Moreover, the Dalai Lama's political outbursts against China from Tawang were violative of the framework of past bilateral agreements that mandated India to bar any anti-China activity on its soil, he said.

Sensitive border site? Who has made the site sensitive Mr. Ram? Do you suppose that the Indian government take permission from Beijing before its heads of state or visitors visit its legal territory?

The big picture on India-China relations is much brighter than the perceived tension in bilateral ties being orchestrated by a section of the media, analysts and former Defence officials...

O! yes. And the stapling of visa is the latest expression of bonhomie and the bountiful brotherly love that the People's republic of China has for India. It is only the pesky "section of the media, analysts and former Defence officials" who are at fault!!! Who is Mr. Ram trying to mislead? Is there an end to his delusion?

India has to become more pro-active in its approach against the belligerence of China and scrap the Inner line permit (believe it! an Indian citizen has to take permission of authorities to travel within his own country!) which will allow greater integration of Arunachal with the rest of India.

1 comment:

Xinhua Ram said...

..Centre’s order had asked not only those belonging to China but all foreign nationals working in the country with “business permits” to leave immediately. It advised all of them to secure “work permits” for long stay to work on projects like Jurala.