Did K.R.Narayanan heal the wounds of Gujarat Riot-Victims?

April 13, 2005 0 By rajesh

Tags: President K.R.Narayanan, Heal the wounds, Gujarat Riot-Victims, Jihadi neighbour, Feroz Khan, Dilip Kumar

NDA opposed second term for then President K.R.Narayan. In revenge he now blamed Vajpayee for Gujarat riot. Today Shiv Kumar followed him. He is IPS officer in Gujarat and could not get promotion. So he blamed Modi. Both accused in so unbelievable hated words, which even can’t be used by the enemy of India.

When India was struggling for the freedom of India, Narayanan was in London. India became independent. Narayanan returned to India with a letter from Professor Harold Laski, one of his instructors at the London School of Economics, addressed to Jawaharlal Nehru. It was an enthusiastic recommendation from the author of the Grammar of Politics. What did he for the uplift of ‘dalits’? Sonia Gandhi may compete him. She remained as foreigner for 15 years after marriage, became citizen of India to know possibility of her husband to be PM and entered politics to cash the assassination of her husband. In a recent interview, Saraswati referred to Kalam as a friend and ‘soul-mate’. Clearly, Kalam restores a presidential tradition – broken by K.R.Narayanan.


Is K.R. Narayanan Anti-Hindu Anti-national?

Yusuf Khan alias Dilip Kumar got ‘Nishan-e-Imtiaz’ award from Terrorist Pakistan. President K.R. Narayanan deliberately made a big show that “patriots” like Dilip Kumar deserved special protection from the Big Bad wolves of the “Fascist, Hindu fundamentalist” Shiv Sena.” Now Lalu is in the line for getting Paki-award.. He is most popular in Pakistan. He will see cricket match on April 17 with Musharraf: https://twitter.com/newsanalysisind/statuses/654294186603114496


Address to the Nation by K.R. Narayan on the eve of Republic Day – 2001:To-day it is necessary to look back to this faith when we hear voices pleading for a system of indirect elections. We may recall that in Pakistan, Field Marshal Ayub Khan had introduced an indirect system of elections and experimented with what he called basic democracy or guided democracy. His stringent criticism of the “consultation papers” released by the Constitution Review Commission and his totally unwarranted comparison of the proposal to had kicked up a big row.


On April 30, 1999, it was reported by the top scientists of DRDO that they were upset and disappointed by the fact that the President of India did not send them a single word of commendation for their great achievement in the grand success of the Agni II missile test. A draft of the message for congratulating the Indian scientists for the achievement was put up before the President not once but thrice and each time he returned it without his approval.


Instead of speaking to the people of India on August 15, 1998 – Independence Day, K. R. Narayanan chooses to go for a television interview with one N. Ram, who is a self confessed Communist and Anti BJP “journalist”. The interview on national television is full of rhetoric against the ruling party, the BJP.


K.R. Narayan and then Prime Minister Shri I.K. Gujral were the first to rust to Kolkata to mourn the death of Mother Teresa and personally attend her funeral in 1997. Mother Teresa in spite of all her contributions was motivated to do service only for conversions and certainly did not deserve the attention of the First Citizen of India.


Feb 22, 1999: The President came out with a statement on the Graham Staines event as a Hark back to the “Dark Ages”. He did not even mention a word when the Hindus in Kashmir and Bihar were slain.


To follow the above precedent Sonia arranged ‘Padmashree’ for Glady Staines and ‘jail’ for the seer. On the advice of Italian Catholic Christian Sonia three days officially mourn declared on the death of Italy’s Pope.


The former Kerala Chief Minister K. Karunakaran had pointed out much earlier that Mr. Narayanan was a Communist fellow traveler. On June 12, 1999 during the occasion was the inauguration of the Kochi airport the President made some incredibly insulting and inflammatory remarks against a great Hindu head, Shree Adi Shankaracharya. During the inauguration Civil Aviation Minister, Shri Ananth Kumar, had proposed in his welcome address that since Kalady, the birthplace of Adi Shankaracharya, was close to Kochi, the airport should be named after the great Saint.

In response the man who holds the highest office in our land insultingly replied that “That since Shankara was going around the country in his bare feet, the airport need not be named after him”! Perhaps on Narayanan’s advise Sonia named Internatational Air Port of Andhra on her pilot husband?


Mr. Vajpayee (IE 25 Nov.) had to say that ‘If History is one sided it should be changed’, while President K.R. Narayan had to caution that, ‘we should not change History (Mid-Day 30th Dec. 2001), and the Minister in charge came down scathingly on the Historians who had written these books. Dr.. Murli Manohar Joshi (Hindu 30th Dec.2001) said, “there are two types of terrorism facing the country. Oneis , “intellectual terrorism”, which had “spread like a slow poison” because of the “wrong presentation of Indian history” by Left historians and was “more dangerous” than the “cross-border terrorism”.


K.R.Narayan was born on October 27, 1920. He is a Dalit or Catholic Christian or both. He married to Usha. Narayanan has 2 daughters, Chitra and Amrita. Usha is a Christian Evangelist and heads the Young Women’s Christian Associations in India. http://www.vepachedu.org/Narayanan-1.htm


Ravan and Vibhishan were brothers. Rahul and Varun are cousin brothers.

“K R Bhaskaran, ” the man happens to be younger brother of K R Narayana is wedded to Hindu culture and dharma right from his younger days. For the past one year, he is taking keen interest in our activities. I see Christians joining the RSS in Kerala and Muslims in UP. After all, Hinduism is the most tolerant religion in the world and for the same reason Hindu culture has survived the onslaughts of foreign invasions. As the inscription on the Asoka Pillar states, a religion which respects other religions alone win have the staying power. About third front it supposedly leads with either have to align with either of the two groupings or face political wilderness.” said Nanda Kumar, state saha baudhik pramukh of the RSS, one of the organizers of the camp.


Was BJP-led government communal?

Vajpayee appointed a Christian, George Fernandes as their Defense minister. A Muslim, Dr. Abdul Kalam was the chairman of the Defense and Research Development Organization of India, responsible for missile development, later predecessor of President K.R. Narayanan. Soli J Sorabjee, a Zoroastrian was an Attorney General of India. The Chief of Staff of the Indian Navy, Admiral Sushil Kumar and his Vice Admiral P J Jacob were both Christian from South India. JFR Jacob, a Jew and Gen. Candeth, a Christian were members of the Hindu Nationalist BJP’s National Executive committee. Mr. Sikandar Bakth, a Muslim too was a top official in BJP. Former President Mr. Narayanan is a dalit (lower caste) if not Christian.


Narayanan showered plenty of praise for Urdu and described it as “the depository of the composite culture of India”. In a desperate attempt to show their love for “secularism”, even take great pains to pay tributes to the barbaric Muslim invaders of India. HRD Minister Arjun Sinh follows fully to Narayanan.


Premendra Agrawal