Thursday, May 19, 2011


By Shafee Ahmed Ko

While Actor-turned politician Jayalalithaa was sworn-in as the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu for the third time, on 16 Monday,as she is fondly known as “Amma” (Mother) took oath along with 33 other cabinet colleagues. 

The 63-year-old leader, “Amma” was sworn in at the historic Madras University's centenary auditorium at 12.15 noon, where
the Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi,(notorious in Gujarat riot 2002) former Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu and CPI general secretary A B Bardhan and few others were also present.

The presence of Modi, a man with anti secular image who became a
wholesome of nothing morllay,  but naturally an irksome to not only section of minorities, no wonder but an extent that a Visa to his USA trip denied in a stinging stub when Modi was to pay a five-day visit to the US from March 20, 2005.(The Act prohibits anybody who was 'responsible for, or directly carried out, at any time, particularly severe violations of religious freedom' from entering the US).

The staunch  leader such as Prof.M.H.Jawahirullah,leader of Manitha Neya Makkal Katchi (MNMK) naturally will grow in anguish for such humiliations while Modi orchestrated killings of thousands of Muslims as strong reports support the carnage, and butchery.

Further the statement of Narendra Modi’s covert speeches are clear in tone that in the National Polity there shall  have non secular governance. The message which appeared in the renowned National print media, “The Hindu” May 17 is sufficient ground for such an advance ploy:
 (Photo:A Muslim pleading for his life)

“Talking to journalists at a hotel in the city, he said the one positive thing emerging out of these elections was the shaping of bipolar politics in the country. “While there is a camp of politicians solely interested in vote bank politics, there is also one that has development as its prime agenda, and committed to it. This programme will strengthen that kind of developmental politics,” he said. Politically, Mr. Modi believed that Ms. Jayalalithaa's win would have an impact on the national political scenario”

We also find a similar suitable token of plans of non secular mindset for the mainstream fabric of India. A website, “” reads as follows:
In her recent statement during conversation with a TV channel Jayalalitha had said the nation needs a strong Prime minister not only to run the country but also to protect it. Many believe that she was hinting Narendra Modi without naming him.

 Picture shows a policeman walks across the burnt dead body

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