Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Sonia thinks others are bigots!

Look who's talking! Sonia rejects 'bigoted provincialism'. While the Thakareys haven't got it right, Sonia doesn't sound very credible either.

Being the UPA supremo, she's very much at blame for all that UPA has done. She had this to say -

"In recent weeks, there have been violent manifestations of bigoted provincialism, deliberately engineered for narrow political gains,"

Sonia shunning 'narrow political gains' is a pretense. Her chairmanship of UPA is marked by the same thing she shuns. How different is minority (muslim) appeasement, extending pilgrimage subsidies to Christians (in AP), reservations, poor economics, lax attitude on terror & internal security etc. different from 'narrow political gains'?

She adds -

"We live and work in a democracy that is governed by a great Constitution and the rule of law,"

If Sonia believed in democracy & the Indian constitution, she would have respected that & not tried to subvert it every time as the links show has happened in Meghalaya, Jharkhand, Goa & Karnataka.

And she didn't fail to criticize the BJP. She had this to say -

Sonia said that this prejudice translates into violence not just against migrant labour, but also against minorities in states ruled by the Bharatiya Janata Party and some of its National Democratci Alliance allies like the Biju Janata Dal.

She doesn't fail to blame the BJP & the NDA at every chance she gets. Putting the blame on the BJP & the NDA allows her to escape from answering on her own failures. The UPA is power & hence is answerable to the nation. Don't shift blame.

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