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Tarana-e Milli? Pak flags waved at J-K in the past at Hubli: Have we heard Indian flags waving in Pak except 1965 in Lahore?
Reason behind the above facts is we accept Mahatma Gandhi-Nehru’s secularism at the time of Independence to allow unpatriotic acts on our land. This secularism becomes jihadi secularism in Kashmir valley due to the policy of Nehru and Sheikh Abdullah via 370. Vote bank politicians spread this jihadi secularism in other places of Karnataka, Kerala, and Hyd also.
Sindhi, Baloch and Pashtun are India’s Genuine Friends: We never evoke them after independence to raise the Indian flags in the Pakistan. But opposite to this Pakistan since the day of independence not only infiltrating kabaili dressed Pak-soldiers and thereafter terrorists but also evokes Muslims of Kashmir valley against India in the shape of separatism. In Pakistan now Hindus remain from 10% to 1% and here in India Muslim population are increasing day by day. Family planning and Uniform Civil Code are not for Muslims for the sake of jihadi secularism.
Our one leader gave the certificate of secularism to the communal who divided India “JINNAH”
Now lobbying is going on before the PM Modi for awarding Jinnah’s right hand in the partition of India Mohammed Iqbal:
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Iqbal wrote in Pak “Tarana-e Milli” “Muslim hain ham ..Chin-o Arab hamara, Hindustan hamara? http://www.business-standard.com/article/pti-stories/poet-iqbal-to-be-posthumously-honoured-with-tarana-e-hind-115052801448_1.html …
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TOI reports in Feb 2008 “Terrorist training camps may be closer to home than the distant mountains in Pakistan, This chilling evidence came to light during the interrogation of three Islamist radicals arrested recently – Riyazuddin Nasir alias Mohammed Ghouse, Asadullah Abu Bakar and Mohammed Asif,”
Appeasement, religious budgeting and vote bank politics invite terrorist camps from Pakistan via J & K to Karnatak now. ‘Pak flag hosting in Karnatak’ report of today reminds following incidents:
(1) PROTEST: Hoisting the tricolor on national festivals should not be mandatory for madrassas: Anwar Safi, spokesperson Jamaat-e-Islami (MP & Chhattisgarh)
Please sign to protest idiotic fanaticism?
(2) Pak flag hoisted in Karnataka, 14 held on 29 June , 2004
(3) A settlement was reached at Hubli permitting the State government to hoist the national flag at the maidan on Republic Day and Independence Day. But the state government is not hoisting the national flag lest it would hurt the religious sentiments of minorities. The Islamic extremists who caused riots are not the offenders but Uma Bharati was nor is the government which prevented the national flag being hoisted but Uma Bharati was.
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Nizam’s Poem on 1st Republic Day 1950: Historical Pictures Nizam with Patel and Shastri
Written by the Deposed Nizam Mir Osman Ali Khan on the occasion of India’s becoming a Republic Day 1950
The festivities over, the Nizam drove to his palace in King Kothi and hurriedly put down his thoughts in the form of a poem. Guess what he could have penned? It was a Persian ‘nazm’ highlighting the significance of Republic Day. Not many know how the Nizam rejoiced at India becoming a Republic. An English translation by Sir Nizamat Jung, a former minister, brings out the beauty of the Persian verses.
The tidings that from Delhi’s walls rang wide
Brought solace to all hearts, and joy and pride
The 16-verse poem highlights the Nizam’s spirit of flexibility and ends on a joyous note:
The new Dawn’s greetings, “Osman”, rich and strange
And the four quarters hail the promised change
Though he lost his monarchy the Nizam lost no time in adapting to the new realities. “He did not allow any reservations to overcome him and whole-heartedly welcomed the change,” says Dawood Ashraf, a researcher who has collected the Persian poem and its English translation from a government file preserved in the A.P. State Achieves and Research Institution. The Nizam did not remain content composing the poem. He wanted it published in prominent English newspapers in the country. He immediately sent an English translation of his Persian poem to Mr. Vellodi’s residence in Bolarum with a request to forward it to ‘higher authorities’ in Delhi. “I would like this poem to be published in English papers in India in commemoration of that historic declaration as it was an unique event in the annals of India,” Osman Ali Khan wrote to Mr. Vellodi.
The latter then sent the poem with his remarks to V.P. Menon, Secretary, Ministry of States, Delhi, with a request to bring it to the notice of then Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, and Home Minister.
Pandit Nehru is stated to have suggested the publication of the poem along with its English translation. “But it is not known when and in which newspapers the poem was published,” says Mr. Ashraf.
Translated by Sir Nizamat Jung.
What splendour for our eyes – suspicious, fair!
What fragrance wafted on the morning air!
The tidings that from Delhi’s wails rang wide
Brought solace to all hearts, and joy and pride
To hearts released from bonds of caste and race –
Yea, hearts that only bend before God’s Grace.
How wondrous is the bond of Love! No heart
Disowns the spell it works by mystic art.
“Karbalas’ martyrdom” – love’s glorious meed –
proclaims what blessings crown the pure heart’s creed
‘Tis not the throned seat, the waving plume;
The heart’s the throne that golden deeds illume.
The feast’s prepared, the sparkling bowl o’erflows!
What joyous strains towards thee the Zephyr blows!
The new Dawn’s greetings, “OSMAN”, rich and strange,
And the four quarters hail the promised change!
People woke up on the dawn of September 17, 1948, they heard the big news of the Nizam’s surrender, dubbed one of the meekest in history. It not only freed people from enslavement, but facilitated the integration of Hyderabad into the Indian Union, an event they had been long pining for.
The best picture of the times that captured one of the decisive moments in Hyderabad’s chequered history said it all. Here was “His Exalted Highness, Lt. Gen Muzaffar-ul Mulk Wal Mumalik Nizam- ul-Mulk, Nizam-ud-Dowla, Nawab Sir Mir Osman Ali Khan Bahadur, the Faithful Ally of the British, Nizam of Hyderabad,” arguably one of the richest men in the world, nearly bowing with a traditional “namaste” before the redoubtable first Indian Union Home Minister, Sardar Vallabhai Patel, at the Begumpet Airport.
Nizam receives Prime Minister Shastri at Begumpet Airport
Tags: Allowing cow slaughtering, Cow slaughtering in K’taka, UPA, Karnataka, Padma Vibhushan, Congress leaders, Election Commission, Divide and Rule
We are definitely not planning a Shining India type of campaign… the story of UPA is based on evidence and statistics,” Information and Broadcasting Minister Manish Tewari told Mail Today.
The newly-elected Congress government in Karnataka has decided not to allow a ban on cow in Karnataka. Is in India now any Prabhudutt Brahmchari?
First Lok Sabha elections held in India in 1952. Prabhu Dutt Brahamchari, a sadhu fielded by Ram Rajya Parishad was contested against Pt Nehru in Phulpur Lok Sabha constituency. The main election plank of Prabhu Dutt Brahamchari was the demand for ban on cow slaughter all over the country and opposition to the Hindu Code bill, which the Congress party had announced to be moved and passed in the parliament
The points of the campaign against Pt Nehru and in favor of Prabhu Dutt Brahamchari, “If cow slaughter is not banned millions of cows will be killed and there would be left no milk even for small children and no ox will be born to plough the fields.” Incidentally the election symbol of Congress then was a pair of ox with plough. The Congress campaign was full of canards particularly defaming RSS. The Congress campaigners openly shouted RSS men as killers of Mahatma Gandhi and told the electorates that in case their candidate wins millions of Muslims and even Harijans would be killed and persecuted.
The same tactic is being adopted by the Congress up till now from since that time:
Former finance minister Manmohan Singh, Congress candidate for the Lok Sabha from South Delhi, on Sept 2, 1999 accused the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, ideological parent of the Bharatiya Janata Party, of being involved in the 1984 anti-Sikh carnage in the capital.
Manmohan Singh pointed out that in 1984 he was awarded the Padma Vibhushan by the President of India.
What is the message by allowing cow slaughtering Congress giving on the occasion celebrating Mother’s day? Congress leaders should declare that they don’t treat cow as Mata as communists say they are atheists.
In Karnataka Hindus are in majority but their tolerant nature they have become there in minority and divided force. Even PM evoked Muslims in his election speech and played vote bank politics. Congress leaders in his speeches gave promises to allow the cow slaughter. The speakers of Congress are Hindus.
What did election commission though Narendra Modi alerted for that to the Election Commission? This is the reason former election commissioner K P Gill became sports minister. This is the reason 10 Jan Path loyalist Navin Chawla writer of biography of Mother Teresa could become Election Commissioner.
The election commission should seek answer from Congress about some of the statements given by their leaders – they say they will allow cow slaughter – how can they make such statements?” Modi demanded in his speech given at Mangalore on May 2, 2013.
The newly-elected Congress government in Karnataka has decided not to allow a ban on cow in the state.
The Karnataka Prevention of and Preservation (Amendment) Bill, 2012 passed in the state legislature during the rule would be reversed. “We will go back to the Karnataka Prevention of Cow Slaughter and Cattle Prevention Act, 1964. We will withdraw amended last year,” chief minister said.
Congress had opposed the bill and even petitioned the governor against giving his ascent. By amending the 1964 act, the BJP had enlarged the definition of cattle, made punishment harsher and increased the age of animal to be slaughtered