Thursday, 3 March 2016

Bhagwant Mann | Kejriwal, a liar of the century

“How articulately Arvind Kejriwal manipulates the reality can be judged during his hunger strike as Delhi CM in 2014. He had presented the wrong facts in media and the truth was entirely different.”
Kejriwal and company had started its first political inning two year ago and after taking the reins of Delhi government in the maiden polls, Kejriwal held a hunger strike in the national capital.
The strike was called for the demands from the centre government and the CM was trying to pressurize the centre government through hunger strike. Kejriwal told the media that police acted on the centres’ directions and the main objective of the police was to make the rally a complete failure.
He had told the media that police did not allowed the supporters and workers of the party to have tea. The entire venue of the programme was hijacked by the police. There were no arrangements for the tea by police.
The truth was different as a news channel had found that the party workers were easily moving in the venue and they were enjoying tea at the stalls put up by the police. Moreover, the cops were also distributing the snacks to the party workers in the early morning at that time.
Arvind Kejriwal on camera said during his hunger strike Delhi police closed all toilets, but on camera all of his supporters found using public toilets. Delhi police did not close public toilet. A news channel report had exposed the lie ofKejriwal. The party workers were seen openly using the public toilets and there was no cop outside the toilets.
Every statement of Kejriwal was fabricated with the wrong intention to spread the message to the public. However, the “topimaster” was caught on camera for levelling the false allegations against the party workers.
Moreover, the programme was organised because of the hunger strike ofKejriwal where the workers were enjoying tea and snacks. So, it was complete non sense of the party head that had observing hunger strike and on the opposite, the party workers were enjoying tea and snacks.
He was exaggerating the facts so that the public could be misguided but at that time a news channel exposed him.

Why People Attack Kejriwal Only?

Wherever he goes, people attack him and criticised him badly. Why it happens with Kejriwal only? The only answer is that Kejriwal fabricate the attacks to get political gains.
We have seen so many politicians but Kejriwal is entirely different from them as where ever he goes, people attack him. People attack him and later, the muffler man forgives them.

What is this nonsense Mr Kejriwal? It’s nothing except the cheap publicity stunts to get political gains.
In April 2014, a person had punched Kejriwal and after few days, an auto rickshaw driver slapped him during his poll campaign for the general elections. At that time, the AAP supremo had told that he would not retaliate. He was attacked twice in seven days. How come it was possible to attack him in a strong security cover of police and his supporters?
The Chief Minister of Delhi had contested the election for Lok Sabha seat from Varanasi. During his poll campaign in Varanasi, he had faced ink attack, shoes and eggs hurled at him. It was not possible for the attackers to launch the attack on Kejriwal easily.
1984 riots victims protesting outside the main gate of Whistling woods resort at the Hussanpur near Ludhiana while Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal intrectes with industrialists organised by the Ludhiana Management association on Monday,Feb.29 Photo by Gurmeet Singh

In January, 2016, a girl had thrown ink on Kejriwal’s face in Delhi. The Chief Minister of the national capital who is enjoying the security cover of trained 40 armed commandoes along with 30 police personnel cannot become the victim of the attack easily. As per the information,Kejriwal had told his commandoes to stay away from the stage.
The supporters and volunteers of AAP did not stop her.1984 riots victims protesting outside the main gate of Whistling woods resort at the Hussanpur near Ludhiana while Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal intrectes with industrialists organised by the Ludhiana Management association on Monday,Feb.29 Photo by Gurmeet Singh

During his five days tour in Punjab, Kejriwal complained that people attacked his vehicle but actually, nothing had happened on the spot. In Ludhiana, the 1984 anti-Sikh riot victims had protested against him peacefully. They raised slogans against him for shielding the culprit of the Sikh carnage. But, the Chief Minister of Delhi who failed to bring justice to the victims manipulated the incident so that he could cover up his lies.
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Bhagwant Mann | AAP ka ‘Nasheri’ CM candidate

“Social media campaign - 'Paanch Saal Bhagwant Mann' (an offshoot of 'Paanch Saal Kejriwal') besides Facebook pages like ‘Bhagwant Mann - Next CM of Punjab’ are going viral despite his denial of having initiated such campaigns.”
In a party, which lacks base, orientation and leadership, Bhagwant Mann is and perhaps the only AAP leader from Punjab aspiring to be Chief Minister of Punjab. He has never confronted his aspiration and never officially projected himself as chief ministerial candidate of the party but his intentions are quite apparent.

Replying to a media query in a recently held press conference he said that he wouldn’t mind pasting his party’s election symbol in place of poster of CM candidate.  But, in same breath he went on to blow his own trumpet and talked of having been judged as one of the most active parliamentarians. He went on to add that he had raised the maximum questions and taken part in debates, and had addressed maximum number of rallies and meetings in the state.

In a party, where all leaders including state convener Sanjay Singh are in favor of pushing party ideology instead of any individual, Bhagwant Mann is the only leader advocating the announcement of CM candidate as early as possible. It not only shows infighting within the party but also validates Bhagwant Mann’s aspiration of becoming CM of Punjab.

Bhagwant Mann is a crowd puller and popular among masses. But grabbing eyeballs by indulging in cheap antics is what he is known for. It is an open secret that he can’t do without alcohol and he himself is not aware of his action when he is under the influence of liquor. Whether showing disrespect to sanctity of parliament or hurting Sikh sentiments by going in front of holy ‘Guru Granth Sahib’ in a drunken state, he has a long list of going to public in inebriated condition.

 In his two years of political career as MP, the only achievement he shouts loudly, is taking up the issue of abducted youth in Iraq by IS. But ironically he was found in an inebriated condition when he was addressing a press conference at the Chandigarh Press Club, which was held in wake of this issue.

Bhagwant Mann is an elected representative of people but ironically he doesn’t even abide by the basic democratic ethics. He is acting foolishly by claiming to be next CM of Punjab. Rather he should listen to his party colleague’s advice of seeking expert help of a de-addiction centre.

Bhagwant Mann | Honesty is the best policy, but not for me, says Kejriwal

“When it comes to Arvind Kejriwal that honesty is the best policy, he ignores the saying as he feels that the saying has meant for others, not for him.”
The Union budget was presented by the Finance Minister, Arun Jaitley on Monday. At that time, Arvind Kejriwal was touring in Punjab and right after the announcement of the budget, the AAP national convener started commenting on the budget. He himself wasting the public money on self-projection and despite knowing the fact, he is giving sermons of honesty to centre government.
Without studying the budget properly, Kejriwal raised fingers on the centre government. He was seen lambasting at the Finance Minister. If someone ask Kejriwal that how much money he has spent on Delhi, then he will shut his mouth.
AK sets aside Rs 526 crore ad budget, blaming centre on union budget
In the maiden budget of AAP government in 2015, a sum of Rs 526 crores set aside by Kejriwalfor self-publicity.  The ad budget is very much higher as compare with the ad budget of other states. The Chief Minister of Delhi has beaten the centre government on the ad budget front. In a span of a year, Kejriwal spent on advertisements in newspapers and radio stations. Even High Court had told that AAP government is wasting the money on publicity.
Look who’s talking
Chief Minister who had taken the reins of the national capital a year ago as an Aam Aadminow changed his stance. He is busy in self-publicity by throwing exchequer’s money on advertisements. The radio stations at Delhi have been earning crores through Kejri ads. The person who is wasting the public money on himself cannot point out the mistakes of others.
When a farmer committed suicide in front of Kejriwal, he was a silent spectator. The dual character person has been lambasting on the centre government for not giving anything big to the farmers. The Chief Minister did not read the provisions of the budget for the farmers and started levelling allegations against the centre.
The Chief Minister who failed to provide cheap power and water along with free wi-fi has been commenting on the centre government on budget. Moreover, he always make excuse that centre government creating hurdles for AAP government.
It seems, honesty is the best policy for others but not for Kejriwal as he is lavishly spending the public money on himself and busy in self-projection instead of serving the residents of Delhi.

Monday, 18 January 2016

Kejriwal aware of Mann’s drinking habits : suspended AAP MPs

Kejriwal aware of Mann’s drinking habits : suspended AAP MPs 

Chandigarh/ Oct.27, 2015
Controversy over AAP MP Bhagwant Mann’s drinking habits has left the party red-faced and some of his old party colleagues are terming him as a habitual drinker. His drinking habits has been a top trend of twitter too with people cracking jokes on Mann and AAP. Party’s suspended MPs Dharmvir Gandhi and Harinder Singh Khalsa was quoted by Punjabi media saying that Arvind Kejriwal is also aware of Mann’s habit and they brought the issue to the notice of party leadership many times in the past.
“We had discussed the drinking habit of Mann with Kejirwal and had even cautioned that one day he would bring embarrassment to the party as he often comes to Parliament drunk. Kejriwal was also concerned about Mann’s habit.” said Harinder Singh Khalsa.
“Informally, it has been our agenda within the party to find out ways and means to get Mann out of the drinking habit. I even suggested shifting him to a de-addiction centre,” said Khalsa.
“Once Kejriwal questioned me why I don’t sit next to Mann in Parliament? I told him that he comes drunk to the House and I cannot stand the foul smell. It’s a well known fact that he is a drunkard.” I even suggested him to switch to vodka instead of whiskey as it smells less,” added Khalsa.
Patiala MP Dharamvira Gandhi was also quoted by the media:  “I was concerned over his drinking habit and suggested Kejriwal to counsel him. Mann is in early 40s and can be nurtured as a popular leader in Punjab, provided he quits drinking. I am disappointed that due to his habit, the party’s prospects have received a setback in Punjab.”
Former party leader Yogender Yadav also tweeted: “#drunkbhagwantmaan is an open secret in AAP. Prashant Bhushan and I had objected to it.”
While talking to the media, Yadav later said: “I discovered it first in July 2014 when party had called a meeting of all its Lok Sabha candidates. Mann was sitting next to me and was drunk. I told this to Kejriwal. Later, I came to know that he used to attend Parliament sessions while being drunk.”
Punjab media also published a statement of Congress leader Harminder Gill. He claims to be present at the religious ceremony at Baragri on Sunday. “Mann came with Sucha Singh Chhotepur but didn’t sit on the stage. Later, on request of some Sikh leaders, he came on the stage and sat next to me and Sukhpal Khaira. Mann was drunk and Giani Jagtar Singh, who was sitting next to him, asked him to leave.” said Harminder Gill.
Bhagwant Mann issued a statement on the issue on his facebook page. Dismissing the allegation, he termed the incident a well-planned conspiracy. “It’s wrong that I was drunk. I can’t even think of going to a religious congregation drunk. It’s a conspiracy to divert the people’s attention from the core issues of Punjab. I will keep fighting for the cause of Punjab.” he wrote.
Bhagwant Mann is a popular leader in the state today and his opponents see this as an opportunity to defame him, while his supporters are saying that this is a conspiracy by his political rivals.
Senior Punjabi journalist and commentator Kanwar Sandhu says that as it is not possible to prove these allegations now, it is better to move forward and need to focus on the real issues of the state. While talking on radio show ‘ South Asian Pulse’ with host Yudhvir Jaswal, Sandhu said that though it is a matter of his personal choices, Mann needs to be careful about his habits as he is popular leader in the state these days.
It’s not the first time that Mann was found drunk in public. He was under the influence of liquor when he was addressing a press conference at the Chandigarh Press Club which was called to raise the issue of abducted Indian youth by IS in Iraq.

Bhagwant Mann denies being drunk at Sikh religious ceremony in Faridkot

Bhagwant Mann denies being drunk at Sikh religious ceremony in Faridkot

Bhagwant Mann, the Aam Aadmi Party’s (AAP) Sangrur MP, has denied that he arrived drunk at a bhog ceremony in Faridkot for two youths who were killed in police firing during protests against the desecration of the Sikh holy book, the Guru Granth Sahib.
The Indian Express reports that Jagtar Singh, the former granthi of Darbar Sahib in Amritsar, confronted Mann when he found him to be emitting a 'foul smell' on stage. Singh then reportedly told Mann to leave the ceremony and the politician did so immediately. As he was walking away from the venue, a few youths accosted him and accused him of being drunk. A video of this harassment went viral online. 
However, Mann claimed that he was not drunk at the ceremony. In a post on his Facebook page, Mann wrote that this news was completely false and was an attempt to defame him. He added that he could not ever imagine doing such a thing and it was an attempt to divert attention away from the real issues of the people. “Mai sache dilon loka de haq Di ladai Jari rakhanga (I will continue the fight for people’s rights with a true heart),” he wrote.
An Australia-based website that covers the Sikh community,The Singh Station, reports that Mann clarified on Facebook that he left the stage for other reasons.
Firstly, he reportedly found out that Punjab Convener Sucha Singh Chhotepur would be the only one speaking on behalf of the AAP. Secondly, the stage host repeatedly announced that there were too many people on stage and it was likely to crash, so those who have already spoken or are not going to speak, should please step down. Thirdly, he was also worried that he was being watched by a few suspicious persons.
A few youth even came over to him and asked him why he had not raised the issue of Bapu Surat Singh Khalsa. Since he did not have any security cover, he felt it was prudent to leave the venue.

Rape complainant leaves Bhagwant Mann red-faced

Rape complainant leaves Bhagwant Mann red-faced


In a dramatic turn of events, minutes after Sangrur AAP MP Bhagwant Mann began addressing mediapersons at the Chandigarh Press Club on Thursday, a woman, with her face covered, stepped onto the dais and introduced herself as the complainant in the rape case against Patiala journalist Baltej Pannu.
The woman stood near the dais for sometime as Mann announced his support for Pannu and termed his arrest as a case of repression of the media. She interrupted Mann and the two other leaders seated with him, asking them for time to tell her side of story.
Fearing trouble, an embarrassed Mann, Himmat Singh Shergill and Harjot Bains left the dais and the woman introduced herself to the media before sharing that she had been repeatedly raped by Pannu at his Patiala house and at a friend’s flat in Chandigarh. Pannu, she said, had promised to marry her after they met at a gymnasium in Patiala. “When I insisted he marry me, he started threatening me by saying that he would upload footage to defame me. It was then that I decided to get him booked in a rape case,” the woman said.
She said Pannu had yet to divorce his wife, who had been living in a gurdwara at Bulandpur near Nanaksar. She claimed Pannu had forced his wife to leave their home when she objected to his harassing women sexually.
Pannu is in judicial remand and lodged in the Patiala jail.