Sonia's Agents

Sonia Gandhi, the fountain head of rampant corruption in India, for the past three decades has cultivated & planted agents, not only in the government, but in political parties, NGOs, Private Sector etc.

Obviously most of them are from Congress and their names are well known in the public domain. This blog is an attempt to bring out the non-Congress hidden agents or moles of Sonia, cultivated for the past 15 years.

As our Nation is facing a crucial election Parliament on April-May 2014, We are a small group of Indian Nationals spread across the globe feel these dubious persons should be exposed before the Indians. We have to identify them and should not be fools again like what happened to NDA’s first Government, where several moles of Sonia Gandhi infiltrated & continue to create serious damage.

The BJP, with Narendra Modi as the Prime Ministerial candidate is on his way to take over the mantle of the Government & is all set to emerge as the arch enemy of Sonia. Frustrated Sonia Gandhi, is all out to do her dirty tricks through her hidden Agents to collapse Narendra Bhai’s chances of becoming Prime Minister of India.

Who are these hidden Agents of Sonia Gandhi? This list, as well as info on hidden agents will be updated frequently as and when we get inputs. Readers are welcome to provide inputs. You can tweet us your views to the handle @soniasagents

We will attempt to provide as much information as possible, without jeopardising sources & trace back. The attempt is to bring as much information as possible. The rest is left to the reader to believe this or not.

We will be naming them, one by one, in blog posts below

Comments are welcome, but they will be moderated to keep the discourse in focus

Sunday, April 27, 2014

Update on Agent # 3 : Arun Jaitley

 While Shri Narendra Modi & his team are busy exposing Vadra & his land deals in the past few days, you may have noticed that Arun Jaitley had started to soft pedal the issue about 4 days back itself. He said the following

As soon as he said this, pictures of him enjoying an IPL match also showed up showing his coziness with the Damaad

In the next few days he has been sending out feelers to Priyanka Vadra via the media not to make personal attacks on Modi, which has fallen into deaf ears.

Agreeing that “personal issues” should not be raked up, BJP leader Arun Jaitley said, “issues of probity are public issues. They are not personal issues.” He was apparently referring to allegations relating to land deals against Mr. Vadra.
Mr. Jaitley said he was glad that Ms. Priyanka has made a statement on Mr. Vadra and “I only hope her immediate family and her party heeds to her advice.”

But Modi hasn’t stopped targeting the Damaad & continued raising the corruption issues against him, prompting Priyanka to go berserk

The entire congress team have gone nuts over metaphorical statements made in political rallies to convert them to “hate speech” & “sexist remarks” ably helpd by the media

Today the BJP has released a documentary on Damaad & his deals

Which the main stream media conveniently ignored

While all this is going on, Tony Jesudasan, Sonia’s Agent # 10, spoke to the Jains on Times of India group & arranged for a “softball” interview with Arnab Goswami under the “Frankly Speaking” banner. This hurried up interview which was thrust upon the hapless Arnab, is so blatantly a “white glove” treatment by Arnab, that it lacked the usual drama, fieriness in these interviews by Arnab. This is obviously been arranged to position Arun Jaitley as FM. This will not only mean business as usual for big corporates but also ensures that no serious prosecution for the deeds by the big corporates are taken up by the Finance Ministry. In return, these big corporations will lobby hard for Arun Jaitley to be made the Finance Minister, ably helped by Ravi Shankar (SAHARA) Prasad as Law Minister

Please see this link from Sushil modi’s website that’s a  classic case of planting by Arun Jaitley in Financial Times on- Five potential Finance Ministers...1st he pitches himself, then Shourie, then Yashwant, then Sushil Modi and lastly Narendra Modi

He threw in Shourie just for the heck of it as a decoy in the mix. This is a clear attempt to keep Subramanian Swamy away from the probables, as he’s known for this tough stance against the looting corporates & his clear identity as the anti-corruption crusader. Dr Swamy is a clear favourite of the Social Media to become the next finance minister, to bring all these crooks to the books. No wonder big corporates, especially the Ambanis are seriously worried over the prospects of him becoming the next Finance Minister. Having succeeded in scuttling the plans of a Lok Sabha seat for Dr Swamy, they want to ensure that he’s not given this critical portfolio as well. One can expect more attacks on Dr Swamy in the coming weeks by the media.

The very same Arun Jaitley cried hoarse about Capt. Amarinder’s comment on Jagdish Tytler, as if he was holier than thou. But, his very close aide & associate, Mukul Rohtagi, is the one who was defending Jagdish Tytler & Sajjan Kumar, in the 1984 riot case.

Monday, April 7, 2014

Sonai's Agents: Where it all began: NDA's perfidy by Surya Prakash

NDA’s perfidy on foreigner issue [Courtesy – The Pioneer April 26, 2005]
A Surya Prakash

A fortnight ago, leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party were stunned by the caustic remarks of Mr KS Sudarshan, the sarsanghchalak of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh about the party and the quality of Government provided by the BJP when it was in power. While senior leaders of the BJP including Mr Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Mr LK Advani have preferred silence to a slanging match with the RSS chief, Mr Brajesh Mishra, who was then, the Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister, has chosen to take on Mr Sudarshan.
Mr Mishra was particularly piqued by the RSS chief’s accusation that he (Mr Mishra) was aligned to both Ms Gandhi and the BJP. Stung by these remarks, Mr Mishra hit back saying that Mr Sudarshan’s comments were inane and absurd. He told The Indian Express that Mr Sudarshan was prone to making wild, fictitious allegations.
Is Mr Sudarshan completely off the mark or is there some basis for his accusations against the BJP’s top leadership and the NDA Government? Given the raging controversy within the Sangh parivar on these issues, there is need to sift fact from fiction.
The BJP raised the foreigner issue many years ago and made it a key campaign point in the run-up to the 1994 as well as the 2004 elections. Meeting after meeting, leaders of this party told voters that for the sake of national pride and national security, they must ensure that only a natural-born Indian headed the Union Government. Ms Sonia Gandhi, by virtue of her Italian origin, was unfit to be the prime minister, they said. Given these assertions, the general perception was that the party was committed to the position that naturalised citizens should be kept out of constitutional offices. Available evidence suggests that this is more fiction than fact.
It may surprise readers to know that despite this public posturing, the BJP-led Government took deliberate steps to clear the way for foreigners. Further, while the people were made to believe that the party was fighting a political battle with Ms Sonia Gandhi and people around her, elements in that Government were shielding some of her friends.

There are three reasons why I say this: (i) The cunningly executed amendment of the Citizenship Act to remove a major obstacle in the path of naturalised citizens seeking political office in India; (ii) the NDA Government’s preposterous assertions in an affidavit before the Delhi High Court in a case pertaining to Ms Gandhi’s citizenship; and (iii) the NDA Government’s refusal to grant permission to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to prosecute Mr Satish Sharma in respect of cases pertaining to petrol pump allotments made by him.

While the world at large believed that the BJP leadership stood committed to barring naturalised citizens from constitutional offices, the Government led by it pushed through the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2003, in the Rajya Sabha on December 18, 2003. It was introduced in the Lok Sabha the very next day and passed by that House on December 22. Thereafter, the Government acted hastily to obtain the President’s assent on January 7, 2004.

The Statement of Objects and Reasons appended to the Bill claimed that it had two main purposes: Creation of a new category of citizens called Overseas Citizens, to grant dual citizenship to the Indian diaspora, and introduction of a scheme for compulsory registration of every citizen of India and issuance of national identity cards. These objectives were indeed laudable, but embedded in these provisions was a politically significant pro-foreigner provision, which the Statement of Objects made no mention of!
The amendment, which had the effect of weakening the case against naturalised citizens like Ms Sonia Gandhi, was that relating to Section 5 of the Act. The section refers to a category of citizens called Citizens by Registration, which includes foreigners who marry Indian citizens. Section 5 said that subject to such conditions and restrictions as may be prescribed, such persons could be granted citizenship. This Section also had a proviso which was most inconvenient for Citizens by Registration. It said: "Provided that in prescribing the conditions and restrictions subject to which persons of any such country may be registered as citizens of India under this clause, the Central Government shall have due regard to the conditions subject to which citizens of India may, by law or practice of that country, become citizens of that country by registration."
Deciphering this mumbo-jumbo: With such a law coming into force, if a foreigner marries an Indian citizen and applies for Indian citizenship, the Government should, while granting citizenship to that person, impose such conditions and restrictions as may be imposed on an Indian seeking citizenship under similar circumstances in the applicant’s country of origin. In other words, this proviso makes it incumbent on the Government to ensure reciprocity to ensure that a Citizen by Registration does not acquire civil and political rights which are not available to Indians seeking citizenship in the applicant’s country. Strange but true, the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill deleted this important proviso removing the biggest legal impediment faced by foreigners nurturing political ambitions. The NDA could not have given a better gift to Ms Gandhi! Why did the NDA Government remove this provision? Why was it done in stealth? Who in the Government was batting for Ms Gandhi?
That the Government’s intentions were not sanguine are obvious from the Statement of Objects and Reasons that was appended to that Bill. Apart from the fact that it made no reference to the deletion of this important proviso, it actually tried to mislead Members of Parliament and citizens by saying that the purpose of the amending bill was to make acquisition of Indian citizenship by registration and naturalisation more stringent!
The other act of the BJP-led Government which ran contrary to its public utterances vis-à-vis the foreigner issue, was the Counter Affidavit filed by the Central Government before the Delhi High Court on September 5, 2001, in the Rashtriya Mukti Morcha Case. In this affidavit, the Government repeatedly asserted that there was only one class of citizens in the country. Once citizenship is acquired, there remained no distinction in the citizens thereafter, it said. This assertion, which is blatantly false, was made 17 times in the said Affidavit.
Anyone who reads ‘The Citizenship Act, 1955′ can see the distinction between Citizens by Birth and other category of citizens. While citizenship is permanent for Citizens by Birth, it is impermanent in respect of Citizens by Registration and Citizens by Naturalisation. No Government has the power to interfere with the citizenship of a Citizen by Birth.
However, the citizenship of those who come under the other categories is subject to conditions and restrictions. These citizens have to comply with the conditions stipulated in Section 10 of the Act at all times. Should citizens falling under these categories violate these provisions, their citizenship can be cancelled. Further, this affidavit was filed on September 5, 2001, when the proviso to Section 5 of the Act (reciprocity clause) was still intact. Therefore, the argument, "There is no distinction among different categories of citizens," was, to say the least, preposterous.
Finally, a word on the NDA Government’s kindness towards Ms Gandhi’s friends. The most glaring example was the Government’s refusal to grant permission to the CBI to prosecute Mr Satish Sharma. While its own minister Mr Ram Naik was pilloried by the Congress party for favouring friends in the allotment of petrol pumps, the BJP was unwilling to permit the CBI to proceed against former Petroleum Minister Satish Sharma, who faced similar charges.
Who in the NDA Government had put a protective shield around Satish Sharma? Who was behind the hidden agenda in the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2003 and the affidavit? There are obviously some embedded Sonia-men in the BJP. The BJP cannot hope to retrieve its lost ground unless its top leadership is ready to identify those who betrayed the cause, and weed them out.

That brings us to the most important questions:

How Citizenship Act was diluted to facilitate Sonia Gandhi to become Prime Minister?

Who was Home Minister, custodian of Citizenship Act? Ans : LK Advani.

Who was the Law Minister acted in speed to get amendments in Citizenship Act passed and approved? Ans : Arun Jaitley

Why Prime Minister AB Vajpayee allowed crucial Amendments in Citizenship Act?

Because, Vajpayee and his family started hidden deals with Sonia Gandhi and her family by early 2000.  Vajpayee’s highflying fixer bureaucrats Brajesh Mishra & NK Singh were in the loop of all deals with Sonia Gandhi.

Any way due to the unexpected intervention of Dr.Subramanian Swamy before President APJ Abdul Kalam in the last days, spoiled her dreams and Sonia was forced to select the puppet Manmohan Singh for the post of Prime Minister.