Comments on: Narendra Modi: First we take Gujarat, then we take…? Perspectives on South Asian politics Thu, 02 Jun 2016 08:03:22 +0000 hourly 1 By: ShelleyKasli Sun, 07 Oct 2012 14:54:18 +0000 Hello,

Have a look at my research article on the workings of a PR Agency that goes by the name of APCO Worldwide and it’s sister concern ASERO Worldwide. The focus of the article is their implications and how it affects Indian politics and puts it’s security and resources in jeopardy. Forming a strong base of case studies ranging from the discredit campaign on Michael Moore’s Sicko to the 1Malaysia campaign and having dictators on it’s client list we move forward to it’s Zionist Connection and also on having Ex-Mossad’s on it’s member list along with many Bilderbergs. Finally it’s concluded with it’s proximity to Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi and also APCO’s future plan for India.

Mechanics of Narendra Modi’s PR agency : APCO Worldwide – Orchestrating our Future 0/mechanics-of-narendra-modis-pr-agency. html

Kind Regards,
Shelley Kasli
Independent Geo-Political Researcher,
Creative Director,
WildChild Studios

By: tarunvaghela Fri, 05 Oct 2012 08:57:07 +0000 Delivering the judgment yesterday, the court slammed the Modi government, terming the 2002 communal conflagration as “negligence of the state” and censured it for “inaction”, holding that it had resulted in an “anarchic” situation. “Even if we, for the sake of argument, accept the defense of the state that the cause of riot was a general reaction to the Sabarmati Express incident, the failure on part of police to gather intelligence about such general reaction (after the Godhra train burning incident) in time and to take appropriate timely action definitely come within expression ‘negligence of the state’,” the court said.

By: tarunvaghela Fri, 05 Oct 2012 08:56:54 +0000 Chief minister Narendra Modi didn’t spell out any apology for the 2002 riots, during his speech. But he gave indication that he wants this history to be buried. Addressing people before starting his fast on Saturday, Modi asked them to forget the past and be part of the development spree. His choice of words and tone of speech were aimed at conveying a sense of regret, especially to the Muslim community.

By: tarunvaghela Fri, 05 Oct 2012 08:56:43 +0000 First Modi must answer where are the missing children of Gujarat…he must answer what happened in 2002, he must answer who killed Haren Pandya, he must answer that why no Lokayukta in Gujarat, he must answer what CAG report says about his corrupt…before the even think to be PM

By: Deepak.uoh Thu, 04 Oct 2012 20:14:12 +0000 It seems that this article is written by a Congress Party Spokesperson. In 2007, Modi and BJP never talked about the riots, It was Congress Party and paid media who tried to brought riots in to the election campaign. But the false propaganda of congress party and paid media false propaganda was strongly rejected by Gujarat voters. This time Congress is careful but paid media is trying to raise this issue.
Author should make-up his mind whether or not Modi talks about the riots. If he talks about it, Paid media says that he is polarising the electorate; if he does not then paid media asks why is he not talking about it?
Interestingly Author of this article did not talk about the lies that Sonia Gandhi told in her speech. Either the author does not have enough knowledge of congress lies or he has deliberately chosen to ignore it.

By: Draksharam Thu, 04 Oct 2012 15:06:23 +0000 Sonia’s travel whereabouts(National security issue) ‘do not exist??’ or ‘not known’?. Also, verbal abuse by Sonia in 2007 on a mass leader naturally(not luckily) gives negative returns. It takes conviction and guts at heart to face an SIT and come out unscathed which NaMo has.