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Corrupt Indian Politicians – Goa minister Monserrate found $10 million cash while Alagiri assaults election

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Indian Politicians Corruption and Lack of Respect for Law is becoming more blatant by the day.Despite numerous scams and scandals hitting the media everyday,the corruption continues on unfazed.The minister of education of the Goa state was found with an astounding 10 million dollars in cash at the Mumbai airport while Alagiri who is a federal minister has been found to have assaulted an election official in his hometurf of Madurai.These politicians have managed to make a mockery of the Indian justice system as they know they won’t get prosecuted or arrested.Note numerous scandals have hit the headlines but none of the major minister or bureaucrats are doing jail time.Most of the corruption cases have been buried by equally corrupt Indian investigative agencies.The only cases being pursued is where India’s Supreme Court has ordered a personal investigation.Expect none of these 2 above incidents to result in anything where Indian politicians continue to treat Indian democracy as a medieval feudal system.Note Alagiri has been implicated when his party activists killed 2 officials of a TV channel owned by his cousin.At that time relations between these family members of DMK had been acrimonious.Note the main ringleaders of the killings escaped scot free in fact there was no hue and cry either.Earlier an Indian politician from Tamil Nadu slapped his candidate in front of the TV cameras and felt proud of doing it.The sycophantic candidate I think felt equally proud in getting slapped.

BJP demands sacking of Monserrate from Goa cabinet

Main Opposition BJP today said it will not allow the ongoing Goa Legislative Assembly session to continue, till tainted State Education Minister Atanasio Monserrate is sacked from the cabinet.

The minister was detained at the Mumbai airport this morning for reportedly carrying 10 million US dollars and Indian currency worth Rs 25 lakh.

Leader of Opposition Manohar Parrikar said the party is determined not to allow the Assembly function until the Minister is immediately sacked. BJP has also called for an emergency legislature wing meeting on Sunday to decide its future course of action in the matter.

Alagiri, 50 others booked for assault

Union Minister and senior DMK leader M K Alagiri has been booked – along with 52 other partymen – for assaulting an election official and a videographer at a village near Madurai.Tahsildar M Kalimuthu, who is the Assistant Returning Officer for the Melur Assembly segment, and a videographer were allegedly assaulted by DMK activists when they videographed Alagiri’s visit to a temple yesterday, said the police.A case was registered against Alagiri, who is the son of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M Karunanidhi and 50 others for offences including unlawful assembly, assaulting a government servant and violating prohibitory orders.


Abhishek Shah

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