Asian Tribune: How can India take a stand along with countries who tries to whitewash to LTTE and India voting with those countries who tries to safeguard the killers of Rajiv Gandhi?
Dr. Subramanian Swamy: The UPA government is driven by Ms. Sonia Gandhi. According to me she is a suspect in Rajiv's assassination and because of her past association with the Habash group of Palestinians, who had trained the LTTE first, she has continuining sympathy with the LTTE cause. Hence the explanation for India's stand.
Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Sunday, March 18, 2012
The salacious and uncensored screening by Sun TV of the sex scenes featuring Swami Nityananda and a B-grade actress may thrill the lewd viewership of that TV channel but has also laid open the Dravidian Movement’s double standards.http://janataparty.org/pressdetail.asp?rowid=59
The ‘bare’ question here is: Even if the video tape is not forged, what law under the IPC has Swami Nityananda broken?
The actress involved has not denied that whatever transpired with the Swami has been with her consent, nor any ‘bhakta’ come forward to file a formal complaint for breach of trust. Therefore the Swami should sue the Sun TV for criminal invasion of privacy.
He need not of course take note of the protests organized by Periyar DK whose claim to morality if tested against what many of the Dravida Movement leaders are doing every day, and have done in the past, would make their protests on morality laughable.
Of course, if the tape is genuine, then Swami Nityananda, like Rishi Vishwamitra, should do prayaschit (penance) for his indiscretion and violating the moral law.
Janata Party President Subramanian Swamy today alleged that Team Anna was behaving like "Naxalites" as they were "not keen on solutions" and instead bent on dragging the issue of corruption.
"Though Anna Hazare is spreading the anti-corruption movement and wants a strong Jan Lok Pal Bill to tackle the menace, his team members are behaving like Naxalites," Swamy told newsmen, here today.
"Team Anna was not keen on solutions but dragging the issue and was more interested in defaming the system," he said.
He also targeted Kiran Bedi, without naming her, and said, "some Magsaysay award winners...Are not the only intellectuals in the country to teach the rest."http://www.business-standard.com/india/news/team-anna-behaving-like-naxalites-swamy/160503/on
Tuesday, March 6, 2012
Sunday, March 4, 2012
Janata Party president Subramanian Swamy on Monday said BJP leader Atalhttp://www.hvk.org/articles/0897/0105.html
Bihari Vajpayee should dissociate himself from the golden jubilee
celebrations of the country's Independence, 'alleging that Mr Vajpayee had
acted as a 'police informer' during the Quit India movement in 1942. In a
statement here, Dr Swamy said he was shocked to see Mr Vajpayee in Mumbai
on August 9 as guest of honour at the commemoration of the Quit India
He claimed there was documentary proof at the national archives to show
that as a police witness, evidence tendered by Mr Vajpayee on August 21,
1942, before a Bateswar (near Agra) magistrate had led to the conviction of
seven satyagrahis' to life-imprisonment on a false police FIR that they
were engaged in arson and destruction.
"Mr Vajpayee should apologise to the people for this."
Friday, March 2, 2012
Holding the Union Home Minister P Chidambaram responsible for non- bifurcation of the state, Janata Party president Dr Subramanian Swamy, on Thursday, said since the minister had gone back on his promise he should be put in a jail in Telangana.http://www.thehansindia.info/News/Article.asp?category=1&subCategory=2&ContentId=42710
Speaking to the media at a national-level seminar on new states and social justice, Dr Swamy said that he would implead if any one files a case either in the High Court or the Supreme Court on the T issue and promised his continued support for Telangana till it was formed.
Dr Swamy was of the opinion that the country should be divided into 50 states and that should begin with Telangana. “If there can be eight Hindi speaking states why not two Telugu speaking states, he said. Referring to the Srikrishna Committee report, he said, he did not agree with their findings that bifurcation of the State would endanger the internal security of the State. Going back on the promise made to the people of Telangana amounts to violation of human rights, Dr Swamy said.