Vice President Lambasts Soros Agenda and BBC Documentary on PM Modi
UK’s scheming National broadcaster BBC as part of GREAT GAME aired a two-part series attacking PM Narendra Modi’s tenure as Gujarat Chief Minister during the Gujarat riots of 2002.
This was not only a direct insult to the Indian Prime Minister but also an insult to the Indian Judiciary which at various levels including the Hon’ble Supreme Court had absolved Shri Modi of all accusations levelled against him as a person and as the Chief Minister.
Also the electorate of Gujarat bigger than whatever is left over of the Island nation had been electing Shri Narendra Modi as their Chief Minister till 2014. So this Broadcaster also directly insulted the people of Gujarat. Then since last two decades Shri Modi has been elected PM of India. Thus BBC has directly insulted India constituting nearly 18% of the World population.
The documentary naturally sparked outrage and was removed from select platforms. A suggestion to BBC why don’t they make a documentary on the deliberate policy decision made by their ex PM Churchill which resulted in his considered killing of nearly four million Bengalis. Churchill surely rivalled Hitler in this game of mass killings. Such a documentary will receive support from millions of Indians for sure.
No wonder, even the Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar has urged Indians to be cautious of the BBC and billionaire investor George Soros’ agenda and asked them to be on guard from those “who are playing politics another way around.”
Addressing the inauguration of the Center for Innovation Facility at IIT Madras, Dhankhar said that the Supreme Court of India had given its judgement on PM Modi and his role in the 2002 Gujarat riots but “in the name of expression, can you run down the Supreme Court and the two decades of a thorough investigation.”
“For two decades. The issue was deliberated in judicial quarters. It was thoroughly investigated at all levels. The highest court of the land, the highest court of the largest democracy, pronounced on all fronts in 2022.
Finally, we have a narrative being set up, float by a documentary. And some people say this is an expression, saying the name of the expression can you run down by Supreme Court? Can you run down two decades of thorough investigation?
This is playing politics the other way around. When people choose to play politics the other way around, the young minds here and outside are intellectually equipped to challenge them.”
He further stated that there was one gentleman, who was using some money, and power. “He has some backers, he has some beneficiaries, he has some fiscal parasites. And they talk about our country’s democracy. I have been appalled, and pained. How can a sane mind compare us with a southern country without neighbours?” Vice President wondered.
Earlier, at the Munich Security Conference, Soros said, “Adani is accused of stock manipulation and his stock collapsed like a house of cards. Modi is silent on the subject, but he will have to answer questions from foreign investors and in Parliament.”
Terming Modi and Adani as “close allies,” whose “fate is intertwined”, the 92-year-old billionaire investor said, “This will significantly weaken Modi’s stranglehold on India’s federal government and open the door to push for much-needed institutional reforms.” “I may be naive, but I expect a democratic revival in India,” Soros said in his remarks delivered at the 2023 Munich Security Conference.
“I would therefore appeal to you if you have to take this country to 2047, vindicate the trust of the Founding Fathers, Please be on guard. Those who play politics, the other way around. They need to be combated and neutralized, and they must face your rational salvos,” Vice President added.