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18th Ramzanul Mubarak 1436 | Monday, Jul 06, 2015
Politics

Modi government gave land in Sir creek area to corporates: GPP

Sunday, 16 December 2012
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December 16:

Gujarat Parivartan Party leader and former Minister of state for Home, Gordhan Zadafia today alleged that Narendra Modi government had given away land near Sir Creek to private companies at a cheap rate. "If Sir Creek is the issue of patriotism, then Modi should clarify why his government gave away 40,000 hectares of border area land near Sir Creek in Kutch," Zadafia said here. BJP government gave away the land at "1.5 paisa per meter square" rate, he said. "BJP has given away the land at a throw-away price to Solaris and Archean Chemicals, that too in an area which is considered very sensitive from security point of view. Modi should answer why his government put national security at risk. "Is Narendrabhai's patriotism limited only to Election time?" Modi recently wrote to the Prime Minister, alleging that talks were being held about hand-over of Sir creek area to Pakistan. Zadafia also sought a clarification from the Chief Minister on the BJP MP Navjot Singh Sidhu terming GPP leader Keshubhai Patel a "traitor" at an election rally. "Modi has, to date, not clarified why Sidhhu has not apologised....When he is seeking clarifications from Prime Minister on Sir creek issue, he is also under an obligation to clarify why there is no apology from his party to Keshubhai," Zadafia said. PTI

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I like the answer of this German Scholar when he was asked about terrorism and Islam: He said:

• Who started the First World War, which killed 37 million and injured 22, 379, 053 that includes 7 million civilians? Muslims?

• Who started the Second World War, which killed over 60 million, which was over 2.5% of the world population? Muslims?

• Who killed about 20 million of Aborigines in Australia? Muslims?
• Who drop the nuclear bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, which killed 166,000 people in Hiroshima and 80,000 in Nagasaki? Muslims?

• Who killed more than 100 million Red Indians in North America? Muslims?
• Who killed more than 50 million Indian in South America? Muslims?
• Who took about 180 million African people as slaves and when 88% of them died, threw them into the Atlantic Ocean? Muslims?

• Who invaded Iraq, Afghanistan killing over 135,000 Civilians? Muslims?

No: They weren’t Muslims! First of all, you have to define terrorism properly…. If a non-Muslim does something bad… it is crime. But if a Muslim commits the same, he is a terrorist. So first remove the double standard… then come to the point.
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