Full Video Shoe Thrown at Arvind Kejriwal – Rohtak 2017

During an anti Demonetisation rally in Haryana Rohtak, a man threw a shoe at Delhi Chief Minster Arvind Kejriwal.

It is very disappointing to see BJP workers stooping to such a level, to physically attack a Chief Minster of a state.

This is nothing new for the Delhi CM, his political opponents has multiple times tried to attack him, be it with ink, shoes etc.

As you can see in the video, the person who attacked the Delhi CM has been caught and handed over to the police.


What Honest Successful Indians Think About AAP, BJP & Congress

You may like or hate the Aam Aadmi Party, but you just cannot ignore it! (Scroll for Kannada text)

“To me the AAP is a bit like the Pulsar. It is clearly different, it creates a space of its own. You may like it, you may hate it, but you cannot ignore it.”, says Rajiv Bajaj, MD, Bajaj Auto

Mr Bajaj was going with the analogy of comparing parties to different motorcycles. “To me the Congress is a bit like the Chetak. It had its days, and right now doesn’t seem very relevant, or it has not kept itself very relevant.”, he said about the INC.

Rajiv was not very complimentary about the BJP either, “Like the Splendor, the BJP is a little better, but frankly it’s the same animal. The BJP is not very different from the Congress in terms of governance.”

Can Modi/ Rahul fire criminals? AAP can!

Modi caught red handed cheating!

Modi caught red handed cheating!

AAP candidate, Mahendra Singh, about whom charges for criminal activities came up has be withdrawn from the Govt. but can Modi or Rahul fire such candidates out of their parties?

Lets vote for the honest candidate this election and defeat these corrupts, criminals & rapists no matter the party.

Read more at: AAP to replace North West Delhi candidate with Rakhi Birla

Arvind Kejriwal gives a Detailed Explanation on the Electicity Scam

Arvind Kejriwal
Arvind Kejriwal has shared has posted the research printed in the Hindustan Times in excerpts and has given his views in the comments below. You can be a non supporter, of the AAP party and might dislike Kejriwal and could believe that he has an hidden agenda, but you cannot disagree from the fact what written below is true and our country is actually worse off than it seem and is running on thin threads which can break anytime and collapse everything.

It seems that the Government of India does not do anything without a scam. I read the following article in Hindustan Times. It is scary. It tells u the reason why your and mine electricity rates are going up. I am quoting excerpts. (Comments in brackets below are my comments) –

“During his visit to India this week, French President Francois Hollande is likely to urge the government to conclude a questionable deal to purchase six nuclear European Pressurised Reactors (EPRs) from the French company Areva for Jaitapur (Maharashtra). Though marketed as “the most advanced” reactor, the EPR is commercially immature; not a single reactor has been commissioned anywhere in the world. Moreover at the construction sites at Olkiluoto (Finland) and Flamanville (France) costs and time have escalated dramatically from the initial projected figures, suggesting that each reactor will cost about Rs. 60,000 crore. So six could cost in excess of Rs. 3.5 lakh crore.”

(This means we are buying a completely untested technology at such a high price. India is being used to test this technology. What if it meets with a nuclear accident? Is the government not trading off our lives?)

“Shockingly, the government agreed to purchase the reactors from Areva without a nominal competitive bidding process. The procurement rules in any branch of the government, including the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE), mandate public tenders for any purchase above Rs. 10 lakh.”

(Contract for Rs 3.5 lamb crore given out without tenders? Obviously there is a huge scam)

“Cables revealed by Wikileaks suggest that this peremptory decision was made in 2007. The government’s rationale was laid out by former DAE secretary Anil Kakodkar. In an article in 2011, Kakodkar wrote: “We also have to keep in mind the commercial interests of foreign countries and of the companies there… America, Russia and France were the countries we made mediators in these efforts to lift sanctions, and hence, for the nurturing of their business interests, we made deals with them for nuclear projects.”

(Are we paying such a huge price to nurture the business interests of other countries? Why? Difficult to swallow this argument. Obviously, huge kickbacks are involved)

“Indian officials are aware that this attitude is costly. In another cable, the general manager of the Nuclear Power Corporation (NPCIL) admitted that India had “paid a ‘high’ price for French reactors from Areva”.

(Price of electricity from these reactors will be extremely high. Electricity produced by these plants would be beyond the reach of the common man. It would be so high, that people won’t be able to directly afford it. Then the government will have to give subsidy. That also will go out from our pockets in the form of higher taxes.)

“To check the veracity of the government’s claims, we recently used the best available public data on fuel prices and capital costs, assumed a substantial markdown to account for lower costs of labour in India and estimated the expected tariff from the EPR reactors……we estimated that if NPCIL were to follow the regulations faithfully, the first-year tariff from the EPR would be about R14 per unit….. Since it cannot pass on such a high tariff on to consumers, the government may absorb the loss and sell electricity at a lower price. However, every rupee of under-recovery will cost the exchequer about Rs. 1,000 crore per year. Just to halve the tariff from the first two reactors down to Rs. 7, the government may need to spend Rs. 14,000 crore per year.”

(It is sickening to see these politicians and parties sell our country every moment like this. Dr Manmohan Singh claims that he is honest. He will meet the French PM this week and perhaps agree to this deal. The groundwork, including the underhand deals, would have already taken place. Only Aam Aadmi can now save this country. U and me will have to come out.)

— Arvind Kejriwal on his Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/AAPkaArvind)

Damini’s Friend Speaks the Whole Story on Zee News interview

India got Raped with DaminiArwindra, friend of Damini who’s incident led to a major uproar against good for nothing, corrupt Indian law system has come out with his story in an interview on Zee News.

This is the truth if India, it’s no longer than land full of culture, love and respect, it’s the country any citizen will have a tough time proving why he’s proud to be part of. Two people were lying on the street, injured and literally nobody bothered to stop to just call the cops or an ambulance or at least cover their bodies in biting cold.

“People were just watching us; no one came to help”

The only witness in the case – spoke for the first time in front of the nation and exclusively told Zee News that her friend was “positive” and wanted to live even after the horrific incident that took place on the night of December 16.

Speaking to Zee News Editor Sudhir Chaudhary, the victim’s friend explained in detail what exactly happened on that fateful night of December 16.

He said that no one came to their help after they were thrown off the bus by the six accused. Even after the police arrived, it took the cops over two hours to take them to hospital.

The victim’s friend said that since December 16, protests have been happening and people are on the streets. “Many things have come out in the media, but people have been interpreting it differently. I want to tell them what we faced that night. I want to tell what I faced, what my friend faced,” he told Zee News, expressing hope that people could take a lesson and save others’ lives in future.

He said the six accused had lured them into boarding the bus on the night of December 16.

“The occupants of the bus, which had tinted windows and curtains, had laid a trap for us. They were probably involved in crimes before also. They beat us up, hit us with an iron rod, snatched our clothes and belongings and threw us off the bus on a deserted stretch.

“The bus occupants had everything planned. Apart from the driver and helper, others behaved like they were passengers. We even paid Rs 20 as fare. Then they started teasing my friend and the same led to a brawl. I beat three of them up but then the rest of them brought an iron rod and hit me. Before I fell unconscious, they took my friend away.

“From where we boarded the bus, they moved around for nearly two and a half hours. We were shouting, trying to make people hear us. But they switched the lights of the bus off. We tried to resist them. Even my friend fought with them, she tried to save me. She tried to dial the police control room number 100, but the accused snatched her mobile away,” he said.

“Before throwing us off the bus, they snatched our mobiles and tore off our clothes in order to destroy any evidence of the crime,” he added.

“After throwing us off the bus, they tried to mow us down but I saved my friend by pulling her away in the nick of time. We were without clothes. We tried to stop people passing by. Several auto rickshaws, cars and bikes slowed down but no one stopped for about 25 minutes. Then, someone on patrolling, stopped and called the police,” he told Zee News.

The victim’s friend rued the fact that three PCR vans arrived at the scene after about 45 minutes, but wasted time in deciding under which police station’s jurisdiction the case fell.

He said nobody, including the police, gave them clothes or called an ambulance. “They were just watching us,” he said, adding that after repeated requests, someone gave him a part of a bed sheet to cover his friend.

“My friend was bleeding profusely. But instead of taking us to a nearby hospital, they (police) took us to a hospital that was far away.”

Awindra said that he carried his badly injured friend to the PCR van on his own as the policemen didn’t help them because the girl was bleeding profusely.

“Nobody from the public helped us. People were probably afraid that if they helped us, they would become witnesses to the crime and would be asked to come to police stations and courts,” he told the channel.

“Even at the hospital, we were made to wait and I had to literally beg for clothes. I borrowed a stranger’s mobile and called my relatives, but just told them that I had met with an accident. My treatment started only after my relatives came,” said Awindra.

“I was hit on the head. I was not able to walk. I was not able to move my hands for two weeks,” Awindra said, detailing the injuries he suffered on that horrific night.

“My family wanted to take me to our native place but I decided to stay in Delhi in order to help the police. It was only after the doctors’ advice that I went back to my home and started private treatment there.”

“When I had met my friend in the hospital, she was smiling. She was able to write and was positive. I never felt that she did not want to live,” Awindra said.

“She had told me that if I wasn’t there, she would not have filed the complaint. I had decided that I would ensure that the culprits are punished,” the victim’s friend said.

Awindra said that his friend was also worried about the cost of the treatment. “I was asked to be with her to give her strength.”

“When she gave the first statement to the lady SDM, only then I came to know what had happened with her. I couldn’t believe what they did to her. Even when animals hunt, they don’t mete out such brutality to their prey.

“She faced all of this and told the magistrate that the accused should not be hanged but burnt to death.”

“The first statement she gave to the SDM was correct. She had given that statement with a lot of effort. She was coughing and bleeding while giving the statement. There was no pressure or interference at all. But when the SDM said that she had faced pressure, all her efforts went in vain. The lady SDM was wrong when she said that the statement was made under pressure,” Awindra told Zee News.

When asked what suggestions he would like to give in order to ensure that such incidents don’t recur, Awindra said “the police should always try to ensure that the victims are taken to the hospital as soon as possible and not look for government hospitals. Also, witnesses should not be harassed so that they come to the court to testify.”

Awindra said that one cannot change mindsets by lighting candles. “You have to help people on the road when they need help,” he added.

“Protest and change should not only be for her but for the coming generations as well.”

The victim’s friend said that he wanted the Justice Verma committee, set up by the government, to suggest measures to improve women’s security, to make the law easier for complainants.

“We have a lot of laws, but the public is afraid of going to police as they wonder whether the police will register an FIR or not. You are trying to start fast-track courts for one issue, but why shouldn’t every case be fast tracked,” he said.

Awindra disclosed that “no one from the government has contacted me so far to ask about my treatment. I have been paying for my own treatment so far.”

He said if his friend was “treated in a better hospital, she would have probably been alive today.” It may be noted that the gang-rape victim was first treated at the Safdarjung Hospital before being shifted to a hospital in Singapore.

Awindra went on to say that there were a few police officials who wanted him to say that the police were doing a good job in the case.

“Why did they want to take credit for doing their duty? If everyone does their work well, nothing more needs to be said in the matter,” he said.

“We have a long battle to fight,” he said further, adding, “If I didn’t have lawyers in my family, I would not have been able to fight this.”

Awindra also told Zee News, “I was in the police station for four days rather than being in a hospital where I would be treated. I told my friends that I had met with an accident.”

“The internal judgement of the Delhi Police should prompt them to assess for themselves if they have done a good job or not,” he added.

“If you can help someone, help them. If a single person had helped me that night, things would have been different. There is no need to close Metro stations and stop the public from expressing themselves. People should be able to have faith in the system,” he went on to say.

“I never had thoughts of leaving her and running away. Even an animal would not do that. I have no regrets. But I wish I could have done something to help her. I do think sometimes about why I didn’t get an auto, why did I take that bus.”

India Against Corruption FB pages Posts,

Today we all should really be ashamed…this interview clearly shows that Ram Singh and gang are not only people responsible for it…its everyone…Ram Singh, his gang, Delhi Police, Traffic Police, common people passing from the scene, auto walas, doctors, everyone…. via Occupy Rajpath