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If not Modi then who? Well, I’ve already recommended JP of Lok Satta as the next PM.

I'm getting a fair amount of mail from people who are frustrated that I'm raising questions about Modi's criminality.

NO ONE is denying one word of what I've written. I've openly (and repeatedly) asked that  people point out mistakes/weakness in my analysis, so I can then start giving Modi the benefit of doubt. Till just a few weeks ago, I HAD given Modi the benefit of doubt, but after spending time to piece the puzzle together, I no longer given him any benefit of "doubt", since I have no doubt left. But I'm still totally open to be persuaded that I'm wrong. If you think my analysis is incorrect, please specify which part and provide evidence.

So, if people aren't denying my analysis, what are they doing? They are only asking: If not Modi then who?

For instance:

VERY SENIOR EX-ARMED FORCES

I was nearly shocked to  read your views. Congress   Dirty Tricks Deptt is working hard to create  such stories and confuse the Public.  Pl dont get in to their trap.Today only option is Modi.
Pl reconcile.

SENIOR MEMBER OF SONE KI CHIDIYA FEDERATION

 "Do you really love India? What are your suggestions for 2014 elections — Who should be voted to Power? — out of the choices available! No explanations/ reasons required — just a st. & Objective Ans. PLEASE !

Of course there are lots of people who completely agree with you but would take Modi’s side.
Its not that they want Modi to win, they dont want Congress to win.
Democracy in India has always been about choosing the lesser of the two evils and this is exactly what they are doing.
If they dont support Modi, they will create confusion everywhere in the minds of the voters on who to vote. – See more at: http://www.sabhlokcity.com/2013/10/rajesh-jain-is-surely-not-obfuscating-the-truth-i-request-him-to-comment/#comment-178558

COMMENTATOR ON THIS BLOG

Of course there are lots of people who completely agree with you but would take Modi’s side.
Its not that they want Modi to win, they dont want Congress to win.
Democracy in India has always been about choosing the lesser of the two evils and this is exactly what they are doing.
If they dont support Modi, they will create confusion everywhere in the minds of the voters on who to vote.

Well, after looking across the entire spectrum today, I've come to the view that only JP of Lok Satta has the gravitas, the integrity, the policy capability to be India's Prime Minister. And that can only happen is if all small parties unite under a common umbrella (Rule of Law based) and unite behind JP.

So my responses to these commentators are:

Response 1:

This is NOT about Congress! I have ALWAYS (and thoroughly) opposed Congress.

This is a clear case of destruction of governance and justice system by Modi. If anyone can point any flaw in my findings, I'm happy to change my opinion, but at the moment I'm of the view that Modi is most likely a criminal and has no business to be PM of India.

Response 2:

There is no reason for such despondency. I recommend JP (of Lok Satta) for PM of India, and if many other groups unite under one umbrella (united only on basics: rule of law), then India CAN get a terrific government in 2014 that is neither Congress nor BJP.

I only hope that India will unite quickly now.

NEXT STEPS

We need two things:

a) Unity under a Rule of Law front (to be called anything)

b) Direct communication to the public of the misdeeds of Congress and BJP (and, in particular, the criminality of Modi). Modi is a great spin-master. We need A DIRECT ATTACK ON MODI'S CRIMINALITY. And the TOTAL CORRUPTION in Congress. Nothing less will work.

Sanjeev Sabhlok

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8 thoughts on “If not Modi then who? Well, I’ve already recommended JP of Lok Satta as the next PM.
  1. Raghu

    I concur with you on recommending Dr.JP for the post of PM. I am a great fan of him and In fact it is quite difficult to find a better person than him for that post.

    But is it practically possible at this point of time? May be after 10 years down the line when people become more aware and mature. The Information revolution should take its course and people should be made informed and only then a person like JP can lead them.
    But in the mean time, we should have reforms in place as suggested by JP – like police reforms, judiciary, electoral reforms, decentralisation etc.. to make the systems work efficiently. But definitely yes, we should start pushing JP for PM from now.

    Coming to Modi’s issue, I could see you painstakingly collecting much details and performing your analysis. I appreciate the same. However w should not make our own judgments in this regard. We have courts and well established process to do the same. Instead of writing only in your website, you can take it to the court of law and prove your point there. You have also mentioned that we should prove the flaw in your argument. It is too difficult for a common man to do the same. Tomorrow, another person may come up with a 200 page document claiming that his document proves that Modi is innocent. Do you expect a common man to go through it fully and prove the flaw in it?
    In summary, It is best to believe the judgement delivered by our courts rather than making our own judgements. Even if we have convincing proof, we should prove the same in the court.

     
  2. Sanjeev Sabhlok

    Are you unable to read even short extracts? Modi’s courts are making TOTAL FOOLS of Indians, and they don’t even want to try to undertand?

    Fine. Suit yourself. You get the government you deserve.

     
  3. Saransh

    Sir, I read a conversation between you and another IAS officer(director general of school education) on your blog regarding privatisation of public schools in which you blamed him for destroying the future of lakhs of children due to bad policies.
    I came across a Punjab government scheme of adarsh schools which were set up under the PPP mode.But this scheme has turned out to be a failure.Private business goes only where profits are to be made, obviously.
    I am giving website links to the newspaper reports concerning adarsh schools. Please tell what can be done in such a situation.

    http://www.hindustantimes.com/Punjab/chandigarh/Congress-seeks-CAG-audit-of-Adarsh-schools/SP-Article1-1100839.aspx

    http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-national/badal-project-a-source-of-corruption-congress/article4972208.ece

    Well , if you say that the schools should be completely under private control with the state only providing the operational costs, i believe the government does not have that much money .
    Further , i feel here the DGSE cannot be blamed (although i cannot say for sure) for shoddy work or that he is unconcerned because he recently exposed a 10 crore scam in the education department .

    thanks

     
  4. Sanjeev Sabhlok

    Saransh, you need to understand that the model I’m talking about is 100 PER CENT privatisation supported by an extensily reformed governance system, checks and balances, and vouchers for the poor. Pl. read BFN. It is nowhere close to the PPP models of education.

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  5. Raghu

    Dear Sanjeev,
    You have got me wrong. I am not endorsing Modi for PM rather I have mentioned that Dr.JP is a fit enough candidate for the post, however bearing practical difficulties.

    But my point is on the credibility of the independent analysis you make in this case. why can’t you make these points in the court? We will have so many such independent-investigations not recognized by law. Every socially concerned citizen is supposed to read each and every version and make his own judgment?

     
  6. Sanjeev Sabhlok

    Sorry for my (often) abrupt response. Time is very scarce. 

    Let me ask: If you are buying a house do you do some due diligence? Do you read the contract and find out about the builder? Whether the builder has cases against him? Whether he has cheated others in the past?

    What about some due diligence for someone who wants to be your Prime Minister? If citizens are not going to investigate basic things for themselves and will rely on courts or commissions, then they WILL be fooled. 

    The reality is that our judiciary is THROUGHLY CORRUPT and highly conflicted. Same reasons why other institutions are corrupted. That Nanawati was bribed was admitted by a key Modi prosecutor. That the Patel judgement is beyond belief (it is absurd) is a clear indication that he was paid (or threatened). 

    My summaries of proofs are based on these ORIGINAL documents, and are very easy to understand/read. And linked (through URLs) to relevant original sourcse. Please do some due diligence on your own country’s PM.

     

     
  7. Prakash

    What should be the strategy for someone who doesn’t have Loksatta in their list for the parliamentary election?

     

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