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Friday, 26 August 2011

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Finally silence broke; “My way of protest is most democratic than Anna’s,” Rahul Baba

"I am not Amul Baby (popularly known as). I can also speak independently as my beloved Guru Diggy Chacha taught me. I have my independent views as well," Rahul Baba thrashed on critics such as DCFC reporters. He asserted that Lokpal Act (? we thought it was Bill) alone will not help eradicate corruption (then what can we do?), and appeared to disapprove of Anna Hazare's fast, saying "individual dictates" (padyatra is better way of expressing protest against government) must not weaken democratic process as dangerous precedents could be set.
Agreeing that "corruption is pervasive" which operates at "every level" (thanks), Mr. Gandhi said in the Lok Sabha that a set of effective laws along with creation of a statutory institution of Lokpal like the Election Commission (?) would be required to fight the malaise. Pronobda said yes and threw his hand on bench while Manji kept his expressionless face as it is.

"We cannot wish away corruption by the mere desire to see it removed from our lives (why?). This requires a comprehensive framework of action and a concerted political programme supported by all levels of the State from the highest to the lowest (What does that mean?). Most importantly, it requires firm political will (Was that a taunt to UPA government?)," he said during Zero Hour, amid noisy protests from NDA members.
Referring to the anti—corruption campaign of Anna Hazare, Mr. Gandhi said it has "helped the people to articulate" disillusionment (about what UPA's inability to stop corruption) and that he "thanks him for that" (great, so Anna helped him understand his government's serious mistakes).

At the same time, the Congress leader said, "individual dictates, no matter how well-intentioned, must not weaken the democratic process....A tactical incursion, divorced from the machinery of an elected government that seeks to undo the checks and balances created to protect the supremacy of Parliament sets a dangerous precedent for a democracy." (Ha ha ha… it seems mirchi lagi Rahul Baba ko).

Recently, Rahul Baba denied the undemocratic act of fast in UP and protested in a most democratic way of protest and that was padyatra (or foot march). Padyatra also helped him solving digestion problem. Doctor Chikambarangam, Chennai said "Foot march for 1-2 hours is good for digestion also it gives you good amount of energy and more the better. However, fast is not good for stomach it increases the gas problems and also makes feeling guilty to your opposition."

"Today, the proposed law is against corruption. Tomorrow, the target may be something less universally heralded (yea yea, Anna is planning for another agitation for the Right-to-recall MPs and MLAs). It may attack the plurality of our society and democracy (However, Baba you can't ignore the unity that the protest created. Is it out of fear of that unity?)," Baba warned in the House, as his sister Priyanka Gandhi watched from the visitors' gallery.

According to sources, Anna's previous day's speech which included his next target will be to help farmers was Rahul Baba's area of work which made him so furious.

"Witnessing the events of the last few days, it would appear that the enactment of a single bill will usher in a corruption—free society. I have serious doubts about this belief (must be his personal views)," he said, adding an effective Lokpal "is only one element in the legal framework to combat corruption (What are those? Are you going to submit those ideas to government)."

He maintained that "Lokpal institution alone cannot be a substitute for a comprehensive anti—corruption code. A set of effective laws is required (same statement)."

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