Why would India not have military rule?

would  India not have military rule?







Indians, especially those living  comfortably abroad,  are too proud  that  unlike its arch foe Pakistan where military rule is a general phenomenon as  part of  Pakistani system,  India never has military regime, though it also controls the ruling and opposition parties  by farce  messages.  

Indian military minister AK Antony has stated that India would not have military rule because of its well-built political arrangement.

 Indian fact Indian regime and politico-bureaucratic setup has deliberately kept the military in good humors in all possible ways.  

By deliberately allowing rampant corruption in military establishment at par with civilian-political corrupt crimes, Indian government led now by IMF-corporate agent and an innocent looking Manmohan Singh has kept the military away from tasting power in New Delhi

Above, Indian regime and its major opposition-ally led by Hindutva BJP has deliberately kept the military forces busy with brutal occupation of neighboring Jammu Kashmir, attacking the Kashmiris Muslims as India’s fundamental right as occupational oppressors  and Indian “soldiers enjoy consuming the  meat and blood of Kashmiri Muslims day in and day out.  Almost every day they get a Kashmiri prey to celebrate with liquor their “victory’ over Kashmir and Pakistan.

Thus, as it mixes Kashmiri blood with Indian liquor, Indian military does not require anything better for now.

And hence, India military would not turn to political power in New Delhi.

Indian rulers, as of now, need not worry about nay military takeover in New Delhi.

India terrocracy derives its essential strength from its breathless, brutal oppression in occupied Kashmir.

Regime’s total control over media in India and Kashmir through civilian-military intelligences helps Indian complete brutal control of Kashmir valley.

AK Antony, however, has no authority or permission from UPA boss Soniaji Gandhi to reveal this basic truth about Indian democracy!




د. عبد راف 

Unfortunately, today there is not even on Muslim nation practicing  truly Islamic faith. 

BY DR. ABDUL RUFF COLACHAL has been an Educationist, Columnist-Commentator  on world affairs Expert on Mideast Affairs Former university Teacher;  Editor:INTERNATIONAL OPINION; FOREIGN POLICY ISSUES; Author of books;website: http://abdulruff.wordpress.com/  Phone: 91-8129081217—(Account: No 62310377429 – CIF No: 78215311481- State Bank of Hyderabad, India) abdulruff@gmail.com



Fukushima nuclear leakage and Indian Kudankulam


Fukushima nuclear leakage and Indian Kudankulam






When the rulers do not value the human lives, except the of the rich, they are just the most dangerous beasts.

Indian regime, run by mafias of all sorts, including nuclear mafia, always showcases the common masses its resoluteness and arrogance. Pushing through in hurry the Kudankulam nuclear terror plant in Tamil Nadu caring a damn for the people living there who  protest  against the commissioning of  the terror machines in their locality.

Sonia-Manmohan-Rahul trio killed the fisher men right on the sea in Kudankulam in order to  get the way cleared for the plant.

India has terrorized the people of Kudankulam. But people continue to struggle to get the terror plant shut down.

Arrogant Indian regime refuses to learn from Japanese nuclear terror experience. Around 100 tonnes of highly radioactive water have leaked from a storage tank at Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant so as to silence the people- the voters. 

The nuke plant, which was damaged by an earthquake and tsunami in 2011, has faced multiple problems including leaks and power cuts since the disaster. Operator Tokyo Electric (Tepco) says the toxic water may have overflowed after a valve was left open by mistake on 19th February.The water was unlikely to have reached the ocean. Tepco says the radioactive water overflowed from a storage tank, but the leak was not discovered for several hours The water from the leak was radioactive, with a reading of 230 million becquerels per litre of radioactive isotopes.

On 11 March 2011, an earthquake and tsunami crippled the plant. Waves knocked out cooling systems for the reactors, leading to meltdowns at three of them. Water is being pumped in to cool the reactors. However, this creates large amounts of contaminated water that must be stored securely.

The Fukushima nuclear power plant suffered a number of setbacks last year, including worker errors and a series of toxic water leaks that have lead to concerns contaminated water is mixing with groundwater that is flowing into the sea. A becquerel is a unit used to measure radioactivity.

WHO advises advises against drinking water with radioactivity levels higher than 10 becquerels per liter.

 The operator says the leak occurred when contaminated water was accidentally pumped into a large storage tank that was already full. “We apologize for worrying the public with such a leak,” Ono said. “Water is unlikely to have reached the ocean as there is no drainage in that tank area. We are now in the process of recovering the leaked water and the earth it has contaminated,” he added.

The latest leak is the most serious since August, when the plant leaked 300 tonnes of water, prompting Japan’s nuclear agency to raise the incident’s alert level.

Tokyo Electric Power (Tepco) had delayed making a final announcement on the fate of reactors number 5 and 6 at Fukushima while negotiations continued about the financing of the decommissioning process. The executive board has now accepted the inevitable and acknowledged there will be no attempt to generate electricity from the plant again.

The announcement came as Japan posted a big jump in its trade deficit for November – to $12bn – the result of a huge increase in energy imports. Nearly three years after the disaster, Japan is free from any dangerous nuclear power.It used to supply about 15% of the country’s energy needs but now alternative sources are helping Japan. .

The operators of the crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan are to decommission two reactors that were not badly damaged by the earthquake and tsunami in 2011. They have bowed to public pressure that the plant be shut permanently. Four reactors were severely damaged by the disaster that struck in March 2011.

Workers are still struggling to stem leaks of contaminated water, and have begun to remove fuel rods from a storage pond at a reactor building.

The public remains divided over the future of nuclear power, but the increasing trade deficit helps increase the pressure to turn nuclear power stations back on.Experts estimate that it could take three or four decades to clean up the site at Fukushima and decommission all the reactors.

India while trying for  better trade ties with Japan in recent years, however, refuses to learn from its  horrid nuclear experience and wants to add more and more terror plants  in Kudankulam

It is easy to say Indian planners and rulers are funny or dangerous guys. But will it help the  people of Kudankulam trebling with  fears of radioactivity, reactor blasts, apart from possible nuke attack from abroad any time!.



د. عبد راف 

Unfortunately, today there is not even on Muslim nation practicing  truly Islamic faith. 

BY DR. ABDUL RUFF COLACHAL has been an Educationist, Columnist-Commentator  on world affairs Expert on Mideast Affairs Former university Teacher;  Editor:INTERNATIONAL OPINION; FOREIGN POLICY ISSUES; Author of books;website: http://abdulruff.wordpress.com/  Phone: 91-8129081217—(Account: No 62310377429 – CIF No: 78215311481- State Bank of Hyderabad, India) abdulruff@gmail.com


Changing Indian Politics: Aam Aadmi Party for Parliament -2



Changing Indian Politics: Aam Aadmi Party for Parliament -2






For too long, people of India have longed for a new era of honest politics and they do deserve that.



It is a fact that Aam Aadmi Party is not a political party of traditional sense of the phrase suggests. Unlike the other political parties where leaders while enjoying all privileges and the resources they manage to loot with help from agents, expect the people to serve them with full dedication, the Aam Aadmi Party considers the members of the party to serve the people, work only for their welfare.


Hence the only experience the Aam Admi party has gained so far is from serving with dedication the cause of common people.


Hence they do not have the usual expertise in many fields the usual corrupt governments do posses in India. The leaders of AAP therefore may not be experts on policies matters concerning economics or foreign policy, etc.


As sincere workers in the cause of people and nation, they also lack the usual niceties the leaders of corrupt parties possess in abundance to fool the public. Those with expertise in various fields are now pouring in the AAP, the only people’s popular party.


In fact, the Aam Aadmi party’s main objective is to fight corruption and make Indian corruption-crimes free. All their works thus far have been to oppose the corrupt Indian parties and leaders. Even people elected them to rule Delhi state they did not abandon their principles and took many corrupt stalwarts to task, upsetting the central government which shields all corrupt elements.  


In fact politics was not on their agenda when they struggled against problems facing the Delhi people as well as all over India.


The decision to contest the parliament elections stems from their burning desire to save the nation from corrupt criminal elements operating inside the political parties, both central and regional. It is a natural fall out of misbehavior of corrupt parties towards the Common man party.


Aam Aadmi Party – the young anti-graft party that stormed to power in India’s capital last month plans to field at least 73 candidates in national elections due by May to stand against politicians accused of crimes, its founder Kejriwal said. Following its strong performance in Delhi, interest in the year-old Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has surged. Since an announcement earlier this month that it would contest the general election, its membership has passed 10 million.


As part of poll campaign, the AAP launched a nationwide anti-corruption drive, a day after Arvind Kejriwal quit as Delhi chief minister.  The AAP party starts a nationwide anti-corruption rally, led by Kejriwal, from Haryana’s Rohtak district – the home district of Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda of the Congress – Feb 23. Assembly elections in Haryana are scheduled for later this year.





When Arvind Kejriwal was sworn in as the head of Delhi’s city government on December 28he was unveiling a new era in Indian politics. Though he assumed power only to leave the office in less than two months, he and his team learnt so much as how India is being run by the corrupt gangs that indeed gang up against any one who tries to halt the corrupt flow of dirty national politics.


The BJP played dirty politics with people of Delhi and India by refusing to support the Lokpal bill. Further, BJP shied away from forming an alternative government while the Congress said that the AAP regime failed as it strayed “beyond the constitution”. BJP’s former chief Nitin Gadkari, who had been in-charge of Delhi polls, said: “We don’t have the numbers so we are not considering forming a government  in Delhi. Sheila Dikshit, who ruled Delhi for 15 years until she was defeated by Kejriwal in New Delhi, said the AAP government failed because it started to go “beyond the constitution”.




The AAP government lasted 49 days. Kejriwal, 45, quit on Friday after his AAP’s efforts to introduce the Jan Lokpal bill aimed to curb corruption was stalled by the BJP and the Congress. A day later, Kejriwal refuted allegations by the Congress and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) that they were not given enough time to study the Jan Lokpal bill. “They are lying… we were ready to give them more time,” he said. They are not interested in it at all.



Opposing crony capitalism being propelled by Congress-BJP regimes one after another at the centre, Aam Aadmi Party leader and successful anti-corruption crusader Arvind Kejriwal alleged collusion between RIL chairman Mukesh Ambani and the government to hike gas prices. Subsequent to this, an FIR was registered by the Anti-Corruption bureau last week. 


But the Congress led central government and major right wing opposition in parliament Hindutva Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) want to shield the corrupt  mafias and gangs led by Ambani  (corp.) because all major parties  are being  financed by the corporate class both at centre and states


Put it bluntly, Indian politicians promote only the rich and corporate bosses in exchange for the finances they get.  For the parties, the common people are just useless and even harmful dust. .



Indian voters are innocently notorious for rewarding candidates with criminal records or accusations against them. Politicians accused of crimes had a higher success rate than others in the last parliamentary election in 2009. “It is for the people to decide if they want to support clean politics or not. Earlier the people used to say they didn’t have an option, now we will provide them with a clean option,” Kejriwal said.



Until now, the party had not said how many of the 543 lower house parliamentary seats it might contest in an election pitting the corrupt ruling and opposition parties. But the AAP is expected to put up candidates in constituencies of 73 members of parliament now who face serious criminal charges. Candidates would also stand for the seats of central government ministers which the party believes are corrupt, Kejriwal said in an interview with Reuters. “The most important thing is there are a large number of cabinet ministers who have indulged in corruption, they need to be defeated,” Kejriwal said, there are nearly 162 people in Lok Sabha who have criminal charges against them and there are 73 out of them who have serious charges against them. They need to be defeated, we will put up strong candidates against them,” said Kejriwal. He did not say how many, or which, government ministers would be a target. The AAP is expected to field national election candidates in constituencies in New Delhi and in the neighbouring states of Haryana and Punjab.



Most of the politicians on their target belong to the UPA, particularly top ministers besides Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi but the former BJP President Gadkari is the only NDA politician from Maharashtra on their radar. Of the 48 parliamentary seats in Maharashtra, the party has released the names of probable candidates from Mumbai, Nagpur, Thane, Pune and Nashik. Kejriwal accused Gadkari of being hand in glove with Sharad Pawar to suppress the alleged irregularities related to irrigation projects in the state. 



AAP carefully treaded in naming its nominees from Maharashtra and especially from Nagpur before announcing its first list of 20 canidates for the Lok Sabha polls. AAP’s nomination of activist-turned politician Anjali Damania is likely to hit the bi-polar contest in the Nagpur Lok Sabha constituency, which will now witness a triangular fight. Damania, a political green horn, pipped local social worker Rupa Kulkarni (also a contender for the AAP nominee from the Nagpur seat) to be pitched against BJP stalwart and ex-party president Nitin Gadkari from this prestigious seat. Damania is now ready to further expose Gadkari and his alleged involvement in various scams. Vijay Pandhare, a former engineer with the Maharashtra government, has been named as probable candidate from Nashik. Pandhare played a major role in unearthing the irrigation scam that led to the resignation of Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar.


AAP’s chances in their maiden run of securing sizeable votes have considerably brightened with Damania’s nomination from the Nagpur seat, despite she being described as an ‘outsider’ by the so-called national parties like BJP and Congress. A known face of the party in Maharashtra, some political experts feel that she will definitely make a dent into Gadkari’s prospects more than damaging the Congress; she will at least ensure Gadkari’s defeat. 


Activist-turned-politician Arvind Kejriwal mounted a scathing attack on the Congress and the BJP, accusing them of playing into the hands of industrialist Mukesh Ambani, against whom the AAP government had filed a criminal case two days ago over a gas pricing row. Speaking from a window on the first floor of the office, Kejriwal said that the BJP and the Congress joined hands “when we tried to introduce the Jan Lokpal bill”, the AAP’s pet project. “This had never happened in the history of India.” He alleged that Ambani had been funding the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) alliance for 10 years and for the past one year was backing BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi. Kejriwal wanted to know from where Modi got money to travel in helicopters to hold large public meetings all over India. “The moment we acted against Ambani, the BJP and the Congress got together,” he said, sparking off high-pitched slogans against both parties by AAP supporters. “They knew that if this bill becomes law, then more than half of them will go to jail… So Kejriwal had to be removed.”


Kejriwal insisted that the central government — as well as the Congress and BJP — were telling lies by claiming that the Jan Lokpal bill can’t be passed in the Delhi legislature without the central government’s okay. “I have read the constitution… It is not written anywhere in the constitution that we need to take permission from the central government to pass a bill in the assembly.” He said he would never bow to the central government on this issue. “The people will teach the Congress and the BJP a lesson. People are not going to keep quiet.”







As the BJP and the Congress, after pulling down the first ever Aam Aadmi government in Delhi could not form a coalition, Lt. Governor Najeeb Jung has no option but to dissolve the assembly.


The issue here is the nexus between the central government, governor and big business houses that are close to Congress – BJP combines. They are more than eager to protect the rouges. As Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had named a string of powerful politicians from across the political spectrum he described as corrupt and said his anti-graft Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) would target them in an upcoming general election. He also named  a few corporate magnets that control the regime.


Kejriwal is working on a national campaign that is likely to split votes for the governing Congress party and the opposition BJP. He named more than two dozen said his party would field strong candidates against them in the polls due by May.


Kejriwal named cabinet ministers, including Finance Minister Palaniappan Chidambaram, Foreign Minister Salman Khurshid and Oil Minister Veerappa Moily. “If we don’t defeat Veerappa Moily, then from April 1 gas and electricity prices will double,” said Kejriwal, who has offered free water and slashed power prices in Delhi since coming to office. He also attacked the BJP leader Narendra Modi for his pure gimmicks. Rahul Gandhi, scion of the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty who is leading the Congress party in the campaign, was also cited as an election target although he is not embroiled in any scandal.


All the politicians Kejriwal has accused, as expected, have denied any charges of corruption. Cases take years, if not decades, to wind through India’s notoriously slow judicial system. Congress party’s Suresh Kalmadi. was arrested in April 2011 on charges of inflating tenders for equipment used at the 2010 Commonwealth Games, which he headed, and served nine months in prison.


 A day after leaving power, the AAP went into an overdrive. Intending to clean up “a corrupt system”, the party kicked off its ‘Jhadu Chalao Yatra’ across 24 states. The Jhaadu (broom) is the election symbol under which the over an year old party fought the Delhi assembly election, bagging 28 seats. With the party’s sights now set on the Lok Sabha elections, the week-long ‘yatra’ (journey) will be organised at over 2,500 places in 332 constituencies across 24 states. The journey is essentially a “clean-up drive against corrupt politicians, criminals and rioters in the Parliament.


Senior AAP leader and top lawyer Prashant Bhushan said the party had no option but to quit after the Jan Lokpal bill was rejected in the Delhi assembly. “Our biggest responsibility was to form a corruption-free government and run it, but if the BJP and the Congress are not letting us pass the bill, then what is the point of us staying in power,” he said. AAP leader Yogendra Yadav said the AAP has set a precedent as a government that is willing to quit. “AAP was formed to contest election on several principles, one of the foremost being the Jan Lokpal bill,” he said. “As we were not allowed (to introduce the bill) and it became clear that in this assembly, it was impossible for AAP to even introduce the bill on Jan Lokpal, the party complimented Arvind Kejriwal for taking a clear decision of resigning,” he added.


The Congress, which with its eight lawmakers had helped prop up the AAP to reach the halfway mark in the 70-member assembly, blamed the AAP for its fall. Shiela Dikshit former Delhi CM whom Kejriwal defeated in New Delhi said the Congress supported the AAP government, thinking they will fulfil all the people-friendly points and promises made in the past and in their their party manifesto. Congress seems not inclined to hold the polls early in Delhi.  The BJP, which emerged as the single largest party by winning 31 seats in assembly elections, was afraid of AAP and hence refused to form the ministry in Delhi. The party held a meeting to discuss the party’s future course of action. State president Vijay Goel said that the party would also launch an agitation at Jantar Mantar Feb 18 to expose the AAP. 





The AAP’s fight was not against individuals, rather against the Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party, which have joined industrialists to form a secret “club” running the country.


The curtains came down on Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government in Delhi on a Friday after it was not allowed by Governor to table the Jan Lokpal bill in the assembly, ending 49 days of rule. However, the following achievements of the short-lived government wouold  make the voters realize how much more theparty could have doen if the Congress-BJP duo is let them rule full term:  Free supply of 667 litres of water daily for households with metered connections.  Fifty percent subsidy in electricity bills for households which consume up to 400 units of power a month.  No red or blue beacons on official cars, bringing an end to ‘VIP culture’  All government schools surveyed for infrastructure deficiency and given Rs.1 lakh each for immediate repairs.  Some 24,000 people exempted from paying 50 percent of their power bills during the period they took part in an AAP campaign against inflated electricity bills; launched anti-corruption and nursery admission helplines. New permits given to 5,500 autos. Registered first information reports (FIR) against former Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit in irregularities in the preparations for the 2010 Commonwealth Games and Petroleum Minister Veerappa Moily, former minister Murli Deora and Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani for allegedly colluding to inflate natural gas prices and raising power bills. * Ordered audit of Delhi’s three power distribution companies.

Finally, it was the opposition not allowing the tabling of the Jan Lokpal bill, one of the AAP’s major poll promises, in the Delhi assembly Friday that led to Kejriwal quitting the position he had assumed Dec 28, 2013. 


Further, the AAP government moved the Delhi High Court to withdraw a plea filed during the previous Congress regime against a trial court’s order for lodging of FIR against Sheila Dikshit for alleged misuse of government funds in an advertisement campaign ahead of the 2008 assembly polls. The cabinet has taken a decision that in corruption cases, the government will not defend anyone. Justice Sunil Gaur may hear the case Tuesday. Since Dikshit is not holding any government post, no sanction would be required to prosecute her. Last year, the Dikshit-led Delhi government had moved the high court, seeking quashing of trial court’s order for ordering FIR against her. The high court then stayed the registration of FIR against Dikshit. The special court, Aug 31, directed the Delhi Police to register FIR against Dikshit for misusing government funds to the tune of Rs 22.56 crore in an advertisement campaign prior to the 2008 assembly polls. It was said that in 2007-08, Dikshit was the chief minister of Delhi and also minister in-charge of information and publicity when the alleged fund misuse took place.

The Delhi Lokayukta recommended to President Pranab Mukherjee to caution Dikshit for the alleged misuse of public funds and to “advise” her to reimburse either herself or through her party a sum of Rs.11 crore as half the cost of the advertisements in 2008 or any amount the president found adequate.


The AAP achievements are so great that even an expelled member voted with the ruling AAP party to save the government.  Expelled Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) legislator Vinod Kumar Binny voted along with the party legislators for tabling the Jan Lokpal bill in the assembly Friday after a whip was issued. The bill was however not been tabled as most legislators were against it. A total of 42 members were against the move while 27 – the AAP legislators and Binny – were for it. Following the development, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal later announced his resignation. Binny had rebelled against the party and accused it of not fulfilling the poll promises of water and power. He was expelled Jan 26. Whip is a direction to ensure that the members stick to the party’s stand on certain issues and directs them to vote as per the direction of the leadership.



Arvind Kejriwal’s resignation as Delhi chief minister will only increase the party’s support base. Kejriwal is not an escapist, rather a brave man who kept his word. People haven’t heard any chief minister taking a stand like this. People will realize AAP’s sincerity and the purposefulness. AAP support base will only go up because people have realised that people in AAP are serious, they are not for power.

Forty-nine days after he took charge of a minority government, Kejriwal resigned following a tumultuous day in the assembly where the Congress and BJP legislators defeated the AAP’s attempts to introduce the Jan Lokpal bill aimed to curb corruption in high places.







While polls suggest the debutant party is likely to win more than a dozen seats, its success in Delhi has shaken up the national race, with Modi’s BJP and the ruling Congress party both aping Aam Aadmi’s anti-elite, anti-corruption language. Even a small clutch of seats for the AAP could be enough to deny Congress and BJP even a remote chance at forming a government, thereby saving the nation and give AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal a say in national policy.


Politics in India, the world’s largest so-called democracy, has been plagued by corruption and other problems. About 30 percent of lawmakers across the federal and state legislatures face criminal charges, many for serious crimes such as rape, murder and kidnapping.

Laws like the Prevention of Corruption Act have had no significant impact on the corrupton drives in India. AAP kicked off a “Jhadu Chalao Yatra” here, as part of the party’s nationwide anti-corruption drive which will continue till Feb 23 involving over 330 constituencies in 24 states.


Many questions focus on the source of funding for political campaigns. More than 90 percent of funding for the Congress and the BJP comes from unknown sources, according to the advocacy group Association for Democratic Reforms.

But corruption has rarely been an election issue until now. Scandals have come thick and fast on Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s watch in the last few years and Kejriwal’s party has quickly tapped into the public disgust over sleaze.

The AAP’s success in Delhi has led to huge interest in Kejriwal and the party up and down India, where voters seem to be thirsty for change after 10 years of scandal-prone rule by a Congress party-led coalition. The AAP has only recently begun operating outside the capital and its strength is untested. Kejriwal’s party will contest at least 350 seats of the 543 lower house of parliament seats, senior party member Sanjay Singh said at a news conference.

An opinion poll conducted early this month before Kejriwal’s resignation suggested the party may only pick up a dozen seats. Its main support is in Delhi and surrounding states such as Haryana and Punjab

However, the political picture on this seat is likely to be clear once Congress, BJP and other important parties announce their lists of candidates in the coming week. 

Meanwhile, Anna Hazare, the social worker who spearheaded anti-corruption movement in Delhi along with his disciple Kejriwal and who later abandoned him over politics, has begun talking politics now. Hazare had refused to do politics though Kejriwal tried to convince his mentor that crony and state corruption cannot be wiped out of India without power.


(More to follow…>)




د. عبد راف 

Unfortunately, today there is not even on Muslim nation practicing  truly Islamic faith. 

BY DR. ABDUL RUFF COLACHAL has been an Educationist, Columnist-Commentator  on world affairs Expert on Mideast Affairs Former university Teacher;  Editor:INTERNATIONAL OPINION; FOREIGN POLICY ISSUES; Author of books;website: http://abdulruff.wordpress.com/  Phone: 91-8129081217—(Account: No 62310377429 – CIF No: 78215311481- State Bank of Hyderabad, India) abdulruff@gmail.com


Kashmir: an interim solution (revised)


Kashmir:  an interim solution (revised)





South Asia can never be peaceful unless the Kashmir  problem is resolved and earlier the issue is resolved  better for the regional growth and development.

But as it stands, there is no credible possibility for that to occur, for, an arrogant India and the  notorious UNSC play dirty terror politics with the lives of  Kashmiris in Jammu Kashmir.

Kashmiris in Kashmir valley get killed by occupying Indian forces on a regular basis while Pakistan is unable to  stop  these crimes because it also kills Pakistanis to make the American occupation forces happy as part of NATO-Pakistan deal.

The deal is simple: USA wants Pakistani military to kill Muslims, drinking their blood, while Pakistan insists on higher service charges in military goods for murdering and assisting the NATO rogues  target Pakistanis especially in  tribal areas where Muslims try to defend their  territories from  foreign invaders. 


So Kashmiris literally besieged by the largest democracy India and Islamic Pakistan.  That is the current fate of Kashmiri Muslims, though not every Kashmiri is capable of  comprehend the deceptive cum  brutal world they are in. 


Kashmiris  do speak for  Kashmir. They just hail India and Pakistan according to the media gimmicks  on either side of the LOC. 


But occupation and crimes in Kashmir are illegal.

Kashmir for years has remained a major flash point in South Asian politics and resolution of the crisis is looked upon as the only way to  make the region peaceful, while good neighborly relations between arch foes India and Pakistan could make the reign tension free and even prosperous, with more nuke arsenals, supported by world powers and IAEA..

World is unanimous on the view that peace in the region is essential for the stability of the region and welfare of peoples in the region and even beyond.

However, existing conditions in the region are not quite conducive for that to happen.

Kashmir is being occupied by three regional powers- one regional super power (China) and two big powers of the region (India and Pakistan). And, none of them is eager to surrender sovereignty to Kashmiris to enable them to remake their lost home.

Worst is the  very predicament of Kashmiris in Jammu Kashmir, Azad Kashmir ans China Kashmir. While Azad Kashmiris have already resigned to their  fate as  being  a part of Pakistan and, maybe most of the are happy  of being Pakistanis; Kashmiris in IN Jammu Kashmir  under India  occupational control  are divided, badly. Many of Kashmiris in JK  are not unhappy  of  being  a par tof India and  are now the elected rulers of JK state under Indian  supervision. The Chinese Kashmiris  have no option but to be in China as its citizens.

Although the destiny of Kashmiris cannot  be foretold right here,  one must agree that they remain the cause of tension and  problem of  instability and target of outside powers. They have no powers and they do exactly want the India, Pakistan and China want  or expect them to do.

The pro-India Kashmir leaders JK  are extra  happy that India takes care of their  huge wealth. Similarly, Kashmiris in Azad Kashmir under Pakistan control  are also a happy with Pakistan for  promoting the  rich  in that  part.

But the  problem arises  when the Kashmiris in Jammu Kashmir who do not  support Indian rule  and would want to  the subject of Pakistan if  there is a possibility.

In fact, it seems all  their struggle for  freedom form Indian yoke is essentially to get  clearance certificate form New Delhi and join Pakistan.  It is almost clear they do not want freedom  and sovereignty from India to  reestablish Kashmir  as it had existed before 1948 when they  all of sudden  found themselves  occupied by  Indian forces. Their struggle  cost very dearly for  themselves with over 100,000 Muslims have been slaughtered by Indian forces, while both China and Pakistan  take the genocides as if  it should only be that way..

There seems to  no news paper or  online portal that  seeks independence for  a sovereign JammU Kashmir. The media in Jammu Kashmir  promote India’s  occupational interests, while those in Azad kashmir  uphold Pakistani  interests as their own.

That is  sad, rather crude aspect of  destiny of Kashmiris.

Like India, both Pakistan and China  do not  want or promote total independence for Kashmiris.

Considering the above said factors, among other important issues, one could suggest the following interim solution to resolve the crisis and end blood bath in Kashmir valley.


1. India could  now enjoy full sovereignty over  the Jammu Kashmir           under its occupation

2. Pakistan could have complete control over Azad Kashmir to make it      an integral part of Pakistan constitutionality as India has done as        soon as it occupied major part of JK..

3. Those pro-Pakistani Kashmiris could settle down in Azad Kashmir or        directly in Pakistan.

4.  China can talk of India and Pakistan to decide about the  future of      the now Chinese Kashmiris.

5. India being a part of peace keeping forces in some regions,  it             should stop killing Kashmiri Muslims forthwith. It is too rude on its         part that India loves to drink Kashmiri blood. If India still kills the         Kashmiri Muslims for whatever reasons,  India                                   regime must, ,through the UN, pay 100 crore rupees to Kashmiris for     each murder it commits there

6. UN could oversee the resolution process so that no crisis would          occur in future.

The above said solution is the easiest and workable one under the prevailing conditions to save the Kashmiri Muslims from foreign brutalities. People keep sacrificing their valuable lives  not knowing the  real cause.

Of course, this is only a solution and not a judgment on the issue. And, also, it is only a preliminary solution and if Kashmiris of all reigns could ponder over the issues and their own future and decide accordingly.

After the resolution of the Kashmir dispute, in order to promote mutual trust, India and Pakistan should push for greater cooperation and collaboration. Pakistan needs to save the remaining Kashmiri Muslims by stopping to encourage revolt against India by Kashmiri Muslims in Jammu Kashmir

After all, Pakistan is equally accountable for the murder of so many Kashmiri Muslims by Indian brute forces in JK.

Credible peace in South Asia requires an early resolution of the Kashmir issue. It is prime duty of UN to help end the crisis at the earliest.

Enough of bloodbath and tension in Kashmir!

Kashmiris deserve a peaceful existence!

Kashmir also deserves homely atmosphere for  people to breath free of military brutalities! 



د. عبد راف 

Unfortunately, today there is not even on Muslim nation practicing  truly Islamic faith. 

BY DR. ABDUL RUFF COLACHAL has been an Educationist, Columnist-Commentator  on world affairs Expert on Mideast Affairs Former university Teacher;  Editor:INTERNATIONAL OPINION; FOREIGN POLICY ISSUES; Author of books;website: http://abdulruff.wordpress.com/  Phone: 91-8129081217—(Account: No 62310377429 – CIF No: 78215311481- State Bank of Hyderabad, India) abdulruff@gmail.com


Changing Indian politics: Kejriwal invites anti-corruption leaders to join Aam Aadmi team work



Changing Indian politics: Kejriwal invites anti-corruption leaders to join Aam Aadmi team work







Basically India is not a bad country nor people want corruption but greedy politicians and their big business bosses have made India one of the most corrupt nations around.


The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) wants honest politicians and social activists across the country to join its fold and help the one year-old entity grow rapidly into a serious third political alternative in the country, senior leader Yogendra Yadav said.


AAP leader and senior Supreme court lawyer Prashant Bhushan as the emissary of the then Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal met former Kerala CM and top communist leader VS Achuthanandan at Thiruvanathapuram obviously with  the objective of requesting him to join the  Aam Aadmi team to serve the people. However, both did not disclose the details of their brief chat at the opposition leader Achuthanandan’s residence.  Prashant Bhushan said Achuthanandan is  one of  most respected leaders who  oppose corruption and raised their voice against injustice.  Aam Aadmi considers  the straight forward  90-year-old is a leader of exceptional integrity. “We appeal to more such leaders to join the AAP”


On 19th February, Kejriwal  extended the same  invitation to number of other such  persons of integrity and one of them is the senior cabinet  minister of  Indian government AK Antony against whom  there is not corruption charges though he was also the CM of Kerala state thrice before he was inducted into central  ministry.


Only the persons of genuine integrity alone can save India form corrupt elements that eat  w away all  resources of the Indian  nation, freedom for which  was obtained from Britain upon a very long battle led by Mahatma Gandhi.



Today, unfortunately, the same Congress party promotes both rich and rampant corruption, letting the rich and manipulative corporate loot the nation and making the common people suffer.  .


Did MK Gandhi and thousands of patriotic Indians struggle for independence only to hand over resources to the wealthy powerful guys by privatization processes in the name of effecting efficiency?


Those who fought for freedom from  colonial yoke  are on the streets and those who  enjoyed then continue to enjoy. The governments are at their services for party funds. Shameful!


Then there is the Hindutva brand BJP and its anti-Muslim parties club, secretly collaborating with Congress by targeting Muslims so that they vote for Congress party.


BJP, claiming to be more patriotic than Congress party, also loot the national sources when they rule the nation and states. Illegal mining by Karnataka ministers of BJP  clearly exposes  the criminal mindset of these pseudo patriots and fanatic communalists who win elections by threatening the Hindus in attacking  the Muslims. .


Congress party, which is instrumental in the ghastly demolition of Babri mosque, Islamic heritage in UP, very tactfully also, employs Muslim leaders as chief vote bank agents for the party.


It is in the background of these ugly communal and corrupt practices that people founded Aam Aadmi Party to both protect them and their genuine interests from strong anti-humanity gangs. .


It is in this context that Aam Aadmi Party has appealed all truly pro- leaders to join and serve to save the nation form criminal gangs, further strengthen the popular anti-corruption movement as the genuine national forum. .


As Indians is soon going to  decide their future in the parliamentary poll for  next term,  a joint efforts  by all right thinking people and leaders can teach the  experienced  political corrupts and their proteges in industry  much needed lessons.  


With Aam Aadmi and like minded parties ruling India, one can positively look forward to  the establishment of a credibly secular and genuinely democratic system 


د. عبد راف 

Unfortunately, today there is not even on Muslim nation practicing  truly Islamic faith. 

BY DR. ABDUL RUFF COLACHAL has been an Educationist, Columnist-Commentator  on world affairs Expert on Mideast Affairs Former university Teacher;  Editor:INTERNATIONAL OPINION; FOREIGN POLICY ISSUES; Author of books;website: http://abdulruff.wordpress.com/  Phone: 91-8129081217—(Account: No 62310377429 – CIF No: 78215311481- State Bank of Hyderabad, India) abdulruff@gmail.com


Aam Aadmi Party for Parliament: Kejriwal would tour India





Aam Aadmi Party for Parliament: Kejriwal would tour India- 1








Following the untimely exit from Delhi government over its key issue of combating corruption by a Lokpal Bill which the most corrupt, and experienced  and the richest parties  with largest infrastructural systems like Congress and BJP opposed in the Delhi Assembly, Aam Aadmi Party has decided to take on these corrupt, communal parties at national level in the forthcoming parliamentary polls


Already the AAP has announced the first list of 20 candidates to contest the poll for 543 seated Lower House parliament of India. Currently about 60% of Indian MPs are billionaires/crorepatis and many Congress-BJP and allies MPs are with criminal records.


Aam Aadmi party alone can  cleanse the Parliament off criminal and  deceptive  representatives of people of India. , ..


Needless to state that Aam Admi’s decision to face the rich guys funded by the corporates in the has made the top corrupt parties nervous, to say the least.

The ruling Congress party has already kick started the elections campaign from Kerala, though the central government and election commission are yet to decide the dates for the poll.  UPA chief and Congress boss Sonia Gandhi has launched poll speech in Kerala of the southern part of India, while Indian finance minister presented an interim budget with tax cuts to appease the voters without any real benefits for them. . .


The Congress-BJP game plan of keeping the Aam Aadmi government busy with internal problems to weaken and discredit the party did not materialize.


Having announced a list of candidates to fight the  people’s real enemies, it is imperative for the party leader and  people’s real Bharatratna Arvind Kejriwal to now to oour India  to  communicate with the  common people about his plans for them.


People of India, now fed up with political frauds, love Arvind Kejriwal as the only sincere leader and  their protector and look forward to  seeing  him as India’s  unique leader. Hence he should reciprocate their feelings by meeting them in every state.



(More to come…>)



د. عبد راف 

Unfortunately, today there is not even on Muslim nation practicing  truly Islamic faith. 

BY DR. ABDUL RUFF COLACHAL has been an Educationist, Columnist-Commentator  on world affairs Expert on Mideast Affairs Former university Teacher;  Editor:INTERNATIONAL OPINION; FOREIGN POLICY ISSUES; Author of books;website: http://abdulruff.wordpress.com/  Phone: 91-8129081217—(Account: No 62310377429 – CIF No: 78215311481- State Bank of Hyderabad, India) abdulruff@gmail.com



German anger over Zionist illegal settlement expansionism



German anger over Zionist illegal settlement expansionism







Germany today stands for EU and is a part of UNSC extra veto regime (P5*plus) and its opposition to Israel has made things too difficult for an essentially fascist Israel. 


It is a fact that Israel has over  extended the so-called holocaust climes, on the one had,  by  committing  genocide in Palestine, under its brute control,  and on the , by seeking  financial and military aid  from the Western Terrocracies, especially USA and Germany,  for decades now, making an illegally formed Israel to become the most developed nation in Mideast and threatening the Arab nations and Iran  with its illegally gotten nukes


Turkey’s rejection Zionist alliance against the genuine interests of Palestinians for the first time in its history of mischievous existence in Mideast made Israel unpopular and isolated globally.  Even an apology  and  compensation  from Israel for its attack on the  aid ship from Turkey, killing may  peace activists  going to Gaza Strip,   has not  made any real improvement in the  terror ties.


People of Turkey hate Israel now.


Realizing its own mistakes for decades in supporting Israel by shielding its crimes against humanity, Washington has now pushed for a credible Mideast peace in favor of a Palestine state to come into existence,

Under tremendous pressure from international community, Israel  is feeling increasingly isolated and it  began  working  for peace deal with  besieged Palestinians, though in its own terms.



Today, most of Western countries have  second thoughts about free and unconditional aid and other help  for  Tel Aviv owing  to  its  continued  illegal settlement  expansionism inside Palestine and Israel  rejection of  western  please to end the   illegal  colony  constructions

The settlements’ issue has put itself against the West. However, since already Israel has developed into a big terrocracy with nukes and other arms, it really has no reason to respect or salute the western donors.



Germany which has pumped huge aid to Israel,  is now annoyed by the Zionist arrogance and unilateralism.  During his visit to Israel in January, German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier had dreadful firsthand experience of what Zionism really means. Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman — with whom Steinmeier already had a tepid relationship — read out what is called a laundry list of complaints to his colleague from Berlin. Simply put, Israel is angry over German conditions for aid and the Germans are behaving as one would expect from a close partner. the Germans are behaving as one would expect from a close partner. Israel is annoyed Germany is imposing unacceptable conditions.


Relations between Germany,  the big founding stone of EU,  and Israel, a triclomatic ally and historical burden, have been cold and difficult during Chancellor Angela Merkel’s three terms in office. Recent years have seen several instances of tension between Germany and Israel. Merkel and hawkish Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu have even shouted at each other on the telephone while discussing Israeli policies toward Palestinians.


The German-Israel conflict has deteriorated to the point that some are questioning the special relationship status between the two countries. According to Israeli government sources, “special relationship” means that, when in doubt, Germany must side with Israel. That, though, is far from reality at the moment.



The disconnect began with Germany’s refusal to support US-Israeli cause against Palestine. Israelis are still deeply unhappy with Germany’s abstention in a vote before the UN General Assembly in December 2012 to grant the Palestinians the status of a “non-member observer state”, which cleared way for full membership in due course. Leaders in Tel Aviv had believed Germany would vote against it. 


Berlin’s vote was particularly important because Israel had long seen Germany as a guarantee that the EU would not be unanimously opposed to Israeli interests.


Martin Schulz, the German president of the European Parliament, before the Israeli Knesset, criticized the unequal distribution of drinking water between Israelis and Palestinians, asking “How it can be that an Israeli is allowed to use 70 liters of water per day, but a Palestinian only 17?”. Several members of parliament left the plenary hall in protest because they can’t stand any criticism of their fascist policies targeting Palestine..


The EU and Israel recently agreed that European money for research subsidies cannot flow into the occupied areas. But the Israeli side doesn’t want to accept this as the decision represents a “significant escalation in European measures against the settlements.”


Israel wants assurance that Germany will resist the next time the Palestinians submit a membership application to an international body. Lieberman said Berlin often hides behind European Union positions rather than presenting its own views. 


Israel’s “Holocaust” gimmicks continue to work. As Israel makes some vague headway in peace deal with PalestineMerkel seems anxious to defuse the tensions. To demonstrate how important relations are, she has called on all of her ministers to travel to Israel next week.



Yet, Markel’s Germany believes that Israeli’s settlement policy represents a decisive barrier to the Mideast peace process, affecting global peace. It’s also something the Chancellor and her foreign minister don’t shy away from saying in public, much to the Israeli’s chagrin.



Berlin views the Netanyahu government as being both incapable and unwilling when it comes to pushing forward in the peace process with the Palestinians, while the Israelis feel abandoned by the Germans.




د. عبد راف 

Unfortunately, today there is not even on Muslim nation practicing  truly Islamic faith. 

BY DR. ABDUL RUFF COLACHAL has been an Educationist, Columnist-Commentator  on world affairs Expert on Mideast Affairs Former university Teacher;  Editor:INTERNATIONAL OPINION; FOREIGN POLICY ISSUES; Author of books;website: http://abdulruff.wordpress.com/  Phone: 91-8129081217—(Account: No 62310377429 – CIF No: 78215311481- State Bank of Hyderabad, India) abdulruff@gmail.com