Keenan Santos and Reuben Fernandez Could Be YOU

(Extreme Right) Reuben Fernandez and (second from Left) Keenan Santos

While we already known the horrifying murder of Keenan Santos and Reuben Fernandes, here’s what not many are aware of

The police investigated and arrested four people – Rana, and the three others who were with him. Despite witness statements and CCTV footage, it seems the 13 odd goons who landed up with swords and knives did not exist.  Rana & Co were cocksure on arrest and confident that they would be out within months and said so openly. 

The murder weapon was found at Rana’s home in Valmiki Nagar in the presence of two witnesses whose statements are on record, the friends witnessed Rana stabbing him, Rana’s own companions say Rana stabbed Keenan. Rana says he didn’t do it. He says it was someone else. 

And of course, everyone has forgotten about the 13 odd rent-a-goons complete with professional equipment that landed up within 10 minutes of Rana’s threat of returning. Who were they? Why did they never come into the picture with the cops in spite of the presence of video footage?

Politicians Getting Involved

In still other news, politicians were quick to step into the limelight. They visited Keenan’s and Reuben’s families, made appropriate noises, and then – pay attention – visited Valmiki Nagar to assure that the killers families that they would get justice.  Ashok Bhau Jadhav Congress MLA from Andheri W sponsoring the killers lawyers.

One would think that with the assailants being migrants, MNS would at least condemn them, but apparently not. An article in DNA quotes Jassi Singh, a local from Valimiki Nagar “So far, political activists and leaders from Congress, Shiv Sena and MNS have visited our area”.

 Questions Remain

  • Why are politicians so concerned about these killers? The answer is in upcoming elections. Valmiki Nagar is a vote bank. The goons rule it. The assumption is that favors done to them will reap political profit. And it can’t even actually be any favor to the people of the area, because with these goons having such violent power, they can’t be safe either. Who stands to profit then?
  • Why did the cops not arrest the other goons who arrived later for the sole purpose of attack? It can’t be that impossible to find them – they came in rickshaws!
  • Why was a man with two murder cases against him not only roaming free and killing one more man (possibly two) but also confident that he would be out free in a few months? Why was an MP rushing to provide him with a lawyer within a day?
  • Why did no one among the bystanders come to the aid of the victims? Can understand shock and fear during the fight, but why not help get them to hospital?
  • What options do we have, as citizens to create reasonable safety for us?
  • Most importantly, what do you do if you get molested, or see someone getting molested by a random person on the street? 

    Read more here! 

14 Human Things Gaddafi Did

If Gaddafi had to face wrath of people, decide yourself after reading this what should be fate of corrupt politicians:

Check out Muammar Gaddafi’s Leadership in Libya. 
1.There was no electricity bill in Libya; electricity was free for all its citizens
2. There was no interest on loans, banks in Libya are state-owned and loans given to all its citizens at 0% interest by law
3. Home considered a human right in Libya – Gaddafi vowed that everyone in Libya must have a home
4. All newly weds in Libya receive $50,000 by the government to buy their first apartment so to help
start-up the family
5. Education and medical treatments are free in Libya. Before Gaddafi only 25% of Libyans are
literate. Today the figure is 83%
6. Should Libyans want to take up farming career, they would receive farming land, a farming house, equipments, seeds and livestock to kick-start their farms –all for free
7. If Libyans cannot find the education or medical facilities they need in Libya, the government funds them to go abroad for it – not only free but they get US$2,300/month accommodation and car allowance
8. In Libya, if a Libyan buys a car, the government subsidized 50% of the price
9. The price of petrol in Libya is $0.14 per litre
10. Libya has no external debt and its reserves amount to $150 billion – now frozen globally
11. If a Libyan unable to get employment after graduation the state would pay the average salary of the profession as if he or she is employed until employment is found.
12. A portion of Libyan oil sale is, credited directly to the bank accounts of all Libyan citizens
13. A mother who gave birth to a child receive US $5,000
14. Gaddafi carried out the world’s largest irrigation project, known as the Great Man-Made River project, to make water readily available throughout the desert country.

Lobbying, Ass Kissing and India’s Downfall

This is isn’t a new phenomenon and we all know to make it big in India – you either have to be super influential or a real good kiss ass!! And even though this post may not have any consequence, I just feel for the Hockey players, considering my association with the sport in the past (even if it were minuscule).

Hockey is the national sport of the country, and how much of its real allocation of funds does it even receive? Zilch compared to cricket… and why? F**k knows!!! Inspite of that we have talented guys waiting to get on the team, but are held back only because of ass kissing lobbying fags.

Look what the national players (for years now) have to resort to…Facebook. I wish there were a FagBook to slash the entire country’s faggot authorities. 

Goalie of the Indian hockey team Adrian Joseph D’souza on fb says, “If performance and fitness being number one criteria doesn’t get me in the team, but sucking on the management’s feet gets some in the team and also captainship then it’s high time to let the nation know what is happening in the sport I love!! Need you’re support to fight this injustice!!”.

Jeez… you and I both know it’s gonna take forever for this to change, and I’m almost reaching hopelessness. What’s the big pride in being Indian after all? But hats off to Anna Hazare who is the silver lining still giving me that little optimism.

India’s Richest MP Worth Rs. 43,000 Crore or Rs. 365 Crore?

Jagan Mohan Reddy… naam toh suna hi hoga! And if you haven’t, well he is currently India’s richest MP. In May this year, Jagan had declared assets of a kickass Rs.365 crore.

But Textiles Minister P. Shankar Rao, on whose letter last year the court took up the hearing, claims that Jagan was worth Rs.11 lakh prior to 2004 (when he entered politics) but now has assets were worth Rs.43,000 crore.

Whatever the case… how did this man with a Master’s degree in Business Administration, from a small town, manage to stack up so much of that dough? –> Corruption, Silly!

But some people beg to differ, because “Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy is an industrialist mainly setting up companies in remote areas not for profit but to employ unemployed in villages there by developing their lifestyles. He is considered as the leader of youth in Andhra Pradesh.” O.O some strong statements there. Click here for a healthy scoop of goodness about Jagan that not everyone knows.

If you look at the depths India is sinking to cause of corruption, we’d rather just migrate, or continue paying a deaf ear. Even the thought of it is just sinful.

(skip to last para to save yourself from boredom) From May 2004 onwards, Jagan apparently floated a number of companies “wherein quid pro quo investments have been made out of the benefits received by the investors/beneficiaries from the decisions of the state government in various forms like
SEZs,
irrigation contracts,
relaxation/permission for real estate ventures,
mines etc,
besides payment of huge premium amounts in the shares and invested in the companies by such beneficiaries,” according to the order.

After going through the documents and note files pertaining to land allotments and exemptions granted by the government to various companies and individuals, the CBI had found “leads” to establish the case prima facie. As the case involves
alleged money laundering,
hawala transactions and
investments routed through tax haven countries,
the team will have officials from the enforcement directorate, income tax and other agencies to look into the matter too.

This was by far the most boring thing I’ve ever posted on politics, though I enjoy every bit of bitching (even if it’s in my head, cause everything that goes on in my mind, is not publicly accepted…and defamation could land me right next to Jagan, in court) 😛 So whether or not he is in the wrong – Indian courts force me to think – we will find out tentatively 30 years from now.