"Mr Singh has proved a hopeless decision maker as Prime Minister."
- Financial Times, London, April 15 2009
"The Government has assaulted and weakened every constitutional office: the Election Commission, Governors and Parliament."
- Outlook, March 2 2009
Shame on you Mr. Manmohan Singh, so carelessly and shamelessly bending over backwards to mooch from the Pakistanis instead of showing them their deserving place down the gallows for practically waging fifth war on Bharat (misnomer: India) on 11/26/2008. Third being the proxy war through terrorism to mass murder innocent Bharatvaasi (misnomer: Indians) particularly Hindus and fourth being the Kargil war. Through the display of such pathetic misadventures, it seems that you may have no remorse for the deaths of thousands under your previous government when Bharat had to face 47 major terrorist attacks in 68 cities including the unprecedented Islamic terrorist attack in Mumbai and countless terrorist attacks in Gauhati (misnomer: Guwahati), a city from where you have been conveniently making a back door Rajya Sabha entry for past 12 years.
I couldn't believe my eyes when I saw a so-called head of state, no less than a regent in this case, jumping head over heals to shake hands with the head of a terrorist state without a shred of restraint. A terrorist state, which has an official state policy to destroy Bharat ever since it was mistakenly born due to gross miscalculations of Congress founders. The same head of state whose citizens carried out mass murder of Bharatiya (misnomer: Indian) citizens particularly Hindus while your Muslim Rightist nonsecular Congress's heir Raul Vinci aka Rahul Gandhi was out partying till 5 AM in the morning and the whole Nehru-Gandhi-Maino family was seen celebrating at friend's wedding in the next few days, again without any visible restraint.
As they say history repeats itself. Indira Nehru Feroz Gandhi committed a blunder by releasing Pakistani POWs and returned Pakistani territory after war without any negotiations or heck arm twisting on Kashmir. All she got in return was ridiculous Shimla Agreement and Pakistani's went back home laughing with all the water of Bharat's rivers. 20 years later Overrated World Renowned Mythical Economist and Dhimmi Regent PM Mr. Manmohan Singh committed the same mistake. This monstrosity of a blunder that you call this latest Bharat-Pakistan joint statement is such a shameful surrender.
As a report in Times of India reported, "There is not a single reference to LeT or a single reference to its continuing terrorist infrastructure. But India has provided dignity to Pakistan’s baseless allegations against Baloch freedom-fighters by agreeing to make a reference to Balochistan in the joint statement in the context of terrorism by indirectly bringing on record in an official statement Pakistan’s projection of the late Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti and other Baloch leaders as terrorists."
You didn't even bring up the recent horrifying news that there is a severe terrorist threat to Shri Somnath Mandir in Gujarat and other important Hindu Temples and that Pakistan is making fortified bunkers in Jammu and Kashmir. As per a ANI/Reuters report "India's paramilitary Border Security Force on Tuesday said Pakistan was constructing fortified bunkers and observation posts along the India-Pakistan border in Jammu and Kashmir. UK Bansal, BSF's special director general, said this after attending a passing out parade at Subsidiary Training Centre." On one hand BSF is raising futile "strong objections" with Pakistani Rangers but Manmohan Singh is too busy shaking hands with the enemy.
What's with all the hypocrisy and confusion? Are you talking with Pakistan or not? In the first of the following videos you say you want to talk to Pakistan and in the very next one you say that you don't want to talk to Pakistan. What an amazing foreign policy management skill! Playing to the audience...eh?
From your nonsecular divisive statements like Muslims have first right on India to leaderless governance in the times of crisis to allegedly Rigging of the 2009 election, your blunder list just keeps on growing. Unfortunately, as a consequence of your pusillanimous attitude, Bharat continues to keep on bleeding with thousand cuts.
Lal Krishna Advani accuses Manmohan Singh of 'squandering' diplomatic advantage
As I speak here today, there is intense disquiet and concern among all thinking Indians, including a section of the Congress party itself, over the latest India-Pakistan Joint Statement issued on 16 July 2009 following talks between Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh and his Pakistani counterpart, Mr. Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani, who met in Sharm-el-Sheikh in Egypt on the sidelines of the NAM summit. It marks a major diplomatic surrender on India’s part.
History tells us how, in the Indo-Pak wars in 1965 and 1971, the then Congress governments gave away on the diplomatic front the gains India had made on the battlefront. Both Lal Bahadur Shastri and Indira Gandhi at least had India’s proud military victories to their credit. In contrast, Dr. Manmohan Singh is the first Indian Prime Minister who has squandered India’s diplomatic advantage over Pakistan even before the battle against Pak-sponsored terrorism is far from over.
For the first time in the history of India’s diplomatic engagement with Pakistan, the Indian side has allowed Pakistan to mention Baluchistan, in a formal India-Pakistan statement, and that too in such a way that India is made to look like the sponsor of terrorism in “Baluchistan” and also “in other areas” !
In other words, the perpetrator of terrorism, which is what Pakistan really is, has succeeded, with the Indian government’s help, to project itself as a victim of India-sponsored terrorism.
On a lighter note. We don't know what was the fuss about Obama or Sarkozy checking out Mayara Tavares's ass, what we wonder is where was Manmohan Singh looking at? Certainly not towards the sky.
- Documentary on 26/11 Islamic Terror attack in Mumbai
- For Manmohan, Indian blood is cheap
- "piss process": 11/26 invasion by pak terrorists forgiven by manmohan singh
- Sweet surrender
- Text of India-Pakistan joint statement in Sharm-el-Sheikh between Manmohan Singh and Pakistan PM Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani on July 16, 2009
- Shame uproar greets Singh
- Lal Krishna Advani accuses Manmohan Singh of 'squandering' diplomatic advantage
- Gilani claims victory as PM delinks terror from talks
Even as India denied having made concessions or shifting of goalposts to Pakistan's benefit, the latter was gloating over the outcome.
There are three aspects of the joint statement where India has given ground to Pakistan. First, the formulation "action on terrorism should not be linked to the composite dialogue process and these should not be bracketed" suggests a climbdown by India which had consistently maintained that the talks could not take place till the 26/11 perpetrators were punished. Pakistan, which pressed for resumption of talks, has merely promised to do "everything in its power in this regard", seen as too general a commitment.
The PM was at pains to control the damage. He told journalists, "The composite dialogue process cannot resume unless and until terrorist acts, like the one which shook Mumbai, are properly accounted for and perpetrators of these heinous crimes are brought to book." Indian officials said the statement means Pakistan cannot ask for a resumption of composite dialogue by showing "action" against terrorism.
But that's not how the statement is being read. Pakistan for instance read it very differently. Gilani said, "All core issues that were pending under composite dialogue should be discussed... That should not be bracketed with this Mumbai incident."
The joint statement is silent on Pakistan's commitment of January 6, 2004 that that it will not allow its territory to be used for terrorism against India. In a sense Pakistan can feel freed from that promise. India's concession on this front comes even as intelligence and information mount of more and deadly terror attacks being planned against India from Pakistan-based and supported terror groups.
Singh later took a completely different line to cover up. He said, "Dialogue process cannot move forward even if it resumes so long as Pakistan's territory is used for terrorism directed against India."
But the area where India appears to have capitulated most is by agreeing to take Pakistan's Balochistan problem from being an internal affair of Pakistan to a bilateral issue, by allowing it to be placed in the joint statement. It's a big gain for Pakistan, because it legitimises Islamabad's contention that the Balochistan unrest was being fomented by India. When asked about this, the PM answered defensively, "India has nothing to be afraid about events in Balochistan. Our policies are an open book there. We are willing to discuss anything." But everybody is aware that India showed a chink that Pakistan will be quick to exploit.
- US pressure behind soft line with Pakistan
- Experts seethe over Balochi blunder
- Clearly, India has succumbed
- Balochistan bungle may prove costly
- Opposition slams PM over 'sellout' to Pakistan
- The U-turn on Pakistan
- BJP says it’s ‘capitulation’ as PM claims no change
- Rigging of the 2009 election in India
- आतंकवाद से नहीं रुकेगी भारत-पाक वार्ता
- पाक ने सौंपे मुंबई हमलों के दस्तावेज
- Hoping for mile from Pak, India gives more than an inch
- आतंकवाद के ख़िलाफ़ साझा कार्रवाई पर सहमति