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November 16, 2007

Truth about godhra and pseudo secular media

Filed under: Christian Missionaries, Communists, Indian congress, Islam, Muslims, Sonia gandhi — Tags: , , — truecongresspolitics @ 6:33 pm
Who killed 254 Hindus in Gujarat?
Last updated : Friday, 16 November , 2007, 17:01

Thus, in its issue of April 28, 2002, The Times of India reporter, Sanjay Pandey, told us that of the 726 people who had been killed by then in the post-Godhra riots, 168 were Hindus. In its issue of June 24, 2002, The India Today magazine carried an article saying that the official figure of all people killed in Gujarat was 800 in the three months following the massacre at Godhra station of 58 Sri Ram’s kar sevaks in the Sabarmati Express; of these 800, a quarter were Hindus, wrote the weekly.

And there’s that ultimate statistic: in 2005, the Minister of State for Home of the UPA coalition (comprising the ‘secular’ friends of Muslims) made a written statement in Parliament that 254 Hindus and 790 Muslims were killed in those riots. Yes, groups of Hindus in revengeful lunacy caused by the 58 charred kar sevaks did kill and rape Muslims, but who killed the 254 Hindus? Was it Narendra Modi and his government or was it the lunatic Hindus themselves or was it the…?

Tehelka’s latest “sting” shown on TV provides at least two more instances of this refusal by “secularists” to look at the truth.

They said that Modi congratulated one Babu Bajrangi at Naroda Patiya for his deeds against the Muslims. Again, Modi is said to have gone to the site of the Naroda Patiya massacre and acknowledged the efforts of the Chhara tribe who were key participants in the carnage there. The fact is Narendra Modi did not visit Naroda Patiya at that time!

In order to play up the horror of some of the ghastly deeds of those post-Godhra riots, Aaj Tak mixed the Tehelka tapes with clips from the movie Parzania that told a story around those riots.

Sadly, there is such fear in our institutions of these “secular exposes” that they will promptly jump into them, lies and all. Thus, the Nanavati Commission probing the 2002 communal violence in Gujarat quickly announced that it would examine the footage of Tehelka’s latest “sting”. Not to be outdone, the National Human Rights Commission announced that the CBI should investigate the tapes and, if needed thereafter, take necessary action.

All this because, unlike in the US and Europe where there are codes and regulations governing “sting” operations, our country has no statute or rule of any kind to control them. With our Supreme Court giving the widest possible latitude to “freedom of expression” under Article 19(1)(a), the state cannot impose any prior restraint on the freedom of the press on the grounds that the publication concerned would offend the privacy of any individual. No remedy will lie before publication.

That is why, in the Operation West End alleging corruption in defence procurements, while leading lawyers and journalists criticised the portal for using prostitutes to trap defence officials in a videotape, the support for Tehelka came from the Press Council of India. Its then Chairman, Justice P.B. Sawant, gave a clean chit to Tehelka saying the undercover operation was done in public interest. Hence, fabricating rascals and prevaricating rogues like Tehelka have a free run in our land with their scriptwriters and secret cameras. They are the ones who provide all the sadistic excitement to the Hindu-hating “secularists” of Hindu majority India.

This situation suits our media perfectly. They can pillory those perceived as evil without restraint. Thus, for five years now, our “secular” media has gone hammer and tongs after Narendra Modi and his government for the Godhra tragedy without even once alluding to the report of April 26, 2002 prepared by eminent private citizens headed by Justice Tewaria — a report that indicted the role of the minority community in Godhra and the media for what had happened in Gujarat. (Readers who wish to obtain that report by e-mail should contact

Our media has, in fact, become so arrogant that it revolted against the draft Bill prepared earlier this year by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting. The draft of the content regulation, prepared by a sub-panel of a thirty-member committee overseen by I&B Secretary, hinted at stringent content regulation, particularly for news channels. However, when it came to regulating sting operations, it did not step beyond existing law. But our cocky media called it “draconian” among other epithets.

This time around, however, at least one individual has shown courage in taking on Tehelka’s latest “tamasha”.

Arvind Pandya, the state government’s counsel in the Nanavati-Shah Commission, was shown in the Tehelka-Aaj Tak tapes casting aspersions on its two judges. According to what he says on the Tehelka tapes, Nanavati is after money and Shah is sympathetic to the government.

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On October 27, he announced at a press conference that he had resigned as government counsel, and had filed criminal cases against Dhimant Purohit, correspondent of Aaj Tak, charging them with cheating, criminal conspiracy, breach of trust, fraud, trespass and breach of communal harmony. He contended that Purohit had offered him a role in a serial which the TV channel was purportedly producing and that he was captured on a hidden camera when he was reading from what had been given to him as a script for an audition test. The immediate result of Pandya’s legal action was that Purohit sought anticipatory bail!

What ultimately happens to Pandya’s cases should, it’s suggested, be closely covered and followed up by all the media that cares for truth and decency in investigative journalism.

Such media, if they exist at all, should also ascertain why the usual bunch of social and human rights activists are not going to the highest judiciary and generally raising hell — if not a “sting”—over the recent tragedy at Nandigram in Communist Bengal.

Our government’s Minister of Information and Broadcasting, Priyaranjan Dasmunsi, called the Nandigram killings as a “state-sponsored terrorism”. Then why is Teesta Setalvad mum? Why are she and the rest of the usual suspects so tongue-tied now, when for the minutest reason, they rant and rave against the RSS, the VHP, the BJP, the Bajrang Dal and the sadhus and saints of Hinduism? Are they counterfeits or communists? Or both? Or are they the real communalists who are plain anti-Hindus?

You tell me.



  1. it is hard to digest that our own hindu’s from the Media are abusing Hinduism.

    I am quite sure that this Pronnoy roy, Rajdeep Sardesai no longer Hindu. They must have accepted christanity for money.

    Comment by Satish Kudtarkar — May 27, 2008 @ 7:44 am

  2. I would like to comment that, most of the Indian Media is politically biased and immature, especially when it comes to BJP rules states they are surprisingly misleading the readers and viewers in this country. Infact, in my true knowledge BJP ruled states are doing well in many aspects if not all compare to other states.We know that there is not a single news paper or visual media which is not run by a family in this country.If you consider CNN-IBN it is the most visibly biased visual media channel ever India have seen, so obsessed with Gandhi dynasty,Rajdeep and his Wife Sagarika is totally after Narendra Modi and BJP. If Modi sneezes it is a headline story in CNN-IBN!.if you consider NDTV PRANNOY ROY is trying his best to be a pseudo-secularist. But if we closely watch each of their programs it is increasingly getting biased and a person with common sense can understand what is going on behind the scene.Prannoy Roy and Barkha Dutta believes they are the only intellectuals left in this country!.If you look at the news papers, we know the history of Indian express. What role Goenka played in Indian politics utilizing his family run news paper business.Vir Sanghvi of Hindustantimes ( Late KK Birla is a staunch congressman) is all the way praising Sonia as if his career itself is pledged for that cause. A fair exemption can be made for Times of India ,I don’t know If I am correct.Otherwise there is a serious conspiracy going on this country by these new founded intellectual Pseudo Secularists.We must be able to differentiate what is right and what is wrong as these channels are targeting young urban population mixing news with bit of masalas and Tabloid especially the Hip-hop culture. They are not aware that their credibility and neutrality is being lost infront of the masses.In India Media ethics is a neglected truth.It is the era of family run businesses for personal and political gains.In the name of freedom of speech they are misleading the people to make thier own profit and gains.Who care where this will lead the country to?????

    Comment by Renjith Nair — September 19, 2008 @ 6:17 pm

  3. rise up hindus.follow ur religion up meat eating n liquor is the true sign of a courageous to defend a hindu cause.if we continue to b mad for money n status then in coming 100 years hinduism will b wiped off from this country.islam n christianity r fast growing n our rate is diminishing day by day.advise our daughters n sisters to refrain from love marriages n pre-maritl sex which has bcom frequent nowadays.children at young age should b taught to live like a true hindu(avoid meat,liquor,sex at teenage,helping a hindu irrespective of cast n creed,doing pujas everyday, avoid earning thru wrong means).tho dis may seem tough but if hinduism needs all these to flourish then it should b followed.i would like this msg to b circulated to every hindu.JAI SHREERAM.

    Comment by veer singh — November 25, 2008 @ 10:34 am

  4. hindus should learm from islam one surrender to the will of god.believing in god makes oneself strong n determined.hindus should also remain united over a hindu cause.democracy will drown hinduism.u urself can witness how the so called congress didnot fight for RAMSETU.these indian media are one of the biggest enemies of hinduism.they dont print or show or emphasise issues relating to believes of we hindus.only a hinduism oriented government shoud exist in a hindu country.

    Comment by veer singh — November 25, 2008 @ 10:50 am

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