Amarinder Singh’s latest tirade against Sidhu
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Amarinder Singh’s latest tirade against Sidhu – a man who worked for one of his ministers before his name was brought to the fore during the 2012 political crisis – has left the National Investigation Agency (NIA) in a difficult position.
The NIA has now found that Sidhu and his colleague, Amit Shah, “had a close relationship with each other”, as Amarinder Singh states in the latest affidavit filed in the case. But the NIA is still to find out the identity of two employees who worked with Sidhu for over a month in his office.
On the day of the 2014 parliamentary by-elections in Punjab’s Amritsar, Amarinder Singh, a Congress MP, led his party’s attack on Sidhu and the SAD-led Jitendra Singh-led SAD-BJP alliance, and alleged that the two politicians were in a “political conspiracy to malign and destroy the image of Government offices”. When Sidhu moved down the corridor from his office after the by-elections to a hospital, the senior minister was heard on a loudspeaker claiming that the by-election had been held “honestly” even though he had “worked hard” for the people of Amritsar to get his name in the “first page” of a newspaper.
A day before the by-elections, Amarinder Singh asked Sidhu about the “fear psychosis” that had surrounded the Amritsar episode. Sidhu confirmed that the by-elections had been tainted as they had been “staged by an official in an attempt to influence public opinion”, adding that “at a time when the people are on notice that these are acts of terror, it is imperative that the chief minister should get tough with these perpetrators of terror”.
After the by-elections, Amarinder Singh – who had been critical of Sidhu – had gone to Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh’s official residence. Sidhu was also present at the house, and when he refused to get into a discussion on the issue of the by-elections, Amarinder Singh told Sidhu to get “out”.
“Sidhu is the wrong person for Punjab,” said the Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh.
‘Sidhu is the wrong person for Punjab,’ said the Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh.
During an interaction with a gathering of journalists in the presence of the Punjab Governor, he said that “I have instructed the police to arrest him on the charges of ‘treason’ against the government.
The Chief Minister said: “Sidhu has been the wrong person for Punjab. There are other people who are not even fit to be a governor. His arrest should be on the charge of ‘treason’ against the government. This is an important point.
“The Chief Minister of Punjab has been speaking very positively about the government.
While talking about SAD president Asif Zardari, the Chief Minister said: “He is working very well with both the Central government and the State government to fight terror at different levels.
Amarinder Singh said that the Punjab government should work to ensure that the national capital is free of corruption.
He said that “there are many people in the media who have made many false allegations against me”.
On Zardari, he said: “He is still a very active member of SAD. There is no change for now. He has been made an MP by the party.
On the controversy about ‘gauchee’ (shortened) and other language used in the state, Amarinder Singh said: “It is an open question whether it has to do with the state or the people. I have directed the police to arrest Sidhu on the charge of ‘treason’ against the government.
He also said that “there is no ban on the use of English. We should not use the language in any way.
On the recent incidents, the chief minister said that “we have to cooperate with the government to ensure that there is no delay in fulfilling our public obligations.
He said that there is a need to establish a ‘National Security Bureau’, and he said that the idea would be to have an independent body to counter the government’s plans for further encroachment in the state.
On Sidhu’s connection with Pakistan
On Sidhu’s connection with Pakistan. The Indian government recently confirmed the arrest of an Indian national by the country’s Interpol along with the seizure of a Pakistani passport in the name of former Intelligence Bureau (IB) officer and alleged terror-connector and mastermind of the 2008 Mumbai attacks, Sidhu.
The Indian government released a one page statement and an on-the-spot interview with Anil Ambani on the issue.
“The arrest of a Pakistani national in India is against India’s own law and order policy,” Indian Minister of State for External Affairs, Salman Khurshid, said on Monday while speaking at the International Trade Federation annual conference in Mumbai. “It is also a matter of serious concern as an Indian national by the name of Anil Ambani alias Sohrab Modi alias Sidhu was arrested by the Indian authorities at Delhi airport on Sunday. The case has been registered in Delhi’s case book and a Pakistan passport was seized from the arrested accused.
However, when the issue was brought to India’s attention on Monday, the Indian government spokesperson, S. Sharma said, “The Indian government does not comment on matters related to Pakistan.
It is true that the arrest of a Pakistani national does not make any sense, although the issue is of greater concern in that the latter has already been accused of crimes, including the alleged Indian agency’s complicity in Mumbai’s terrorist attacks. But there is nothing to indicate that the Indian government is bothered about this minor political issue.
The problem lies within the Indian government in its constant attempts to justify its policies by equating a single act of political violence with the security of a nation state. In such an atmosphere, the Indian government cannot afford to go against the political wishes of its majority population.
However, given the serious issue that the arrest of a Pakistani national has brought to the fore, it is interesting that the Indian government itself has taken no strong position with regard to the issue.
A note on Punjab’s progress in the last 4.5 years.
Network Security has long been aware of the political tensions within India.
The emergence of the Bharatiya Janata Party in the early 1990s marked the beginning of a new phase in the conflict. It was an unstable time for India and had, for a time, created a more stable political environment for the growth of the Bharatiya Janata Party.
The political issues of the first decade of the 1990s were the main impetus behind the formation of the All India Muslim League which was founded in 1991 by some of the leaders of the Indian National Congress.
Though the Nizam’s group which had earlier formed the majority in the All India Muslim League was later split into two parties – the Indian National Congress and the Muslim League –, the leadership of the Muslim League continued to remain in power.
The election schedule of 1997 saw the rise of the ruling National Democratic Party (NDP) which was made up of senior leaders of the Indian National Congress and the Muslim League. The Nizam’s group then decided to contest the Lok Sabha elections on a separate ticket. This move was later regretted by the Indian National Congress as the Nizam’s group was not able to field enough candidates in Punjab to make an impact on the ballot.
In the year 1997, the Nizam’s group and the Congress and the Muslim League together were able to form a coalition government in Punjab for the first time since 1947. The majority of the ministers were chosen by the Nizam’s group. The coalition government lasted for nine months but saw its power slipping as the Nizam’s group lost the confidence of the Pakistani political establishment and the Congress and the Muslim League declined in strength. The power of the Nizam’s group was also shaken by the revelation that the Nizam’s group was offering the key role of chief minister to Javed Hashmi.
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