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Vadra focus

The latest issue of Organiser carries a cover story providing details of Kejriwal’s charges.

October 18, 2012 3:14:42 am

Vadra focus

Arvind Kejriwal’s charges against Robert Vadra have earned him praise from Sangh Parivar’s mouthpiece Organiser for breaking the “unwritten code of silence” by striking at the “raw nerve” in the Congress.

The latest issue of Organiser carries a cover story providing details of Kejriwal’s charges. “Vadra’s wealth,Congress in turmoil: Is Sonia family getting its just desserts,finally?” wonders a headline. Alleging that the deals between Vadra and real estate firms were “illegal transactions and malafide nexus” the articles seek to highlight that an ordinary citizen could not have availed similar deals.

The cover story claims “infirmities” in the balance sheets of the firms brought to light alone were “sufficient” to build a case “on the strength of unanswered questions” raised by Kejriwal’s exposé.

All about Gujarat

The assembly elections in Gujarat is the next important issue in both Sangh Parivar mouthpieces,with Organiser carrying an editorial and Panchjanya a cover story on it. Citing media reports,the editorial charges Jamia Millia Islamia University of providing a “communal helping hand” in a “propaganda war against Chief Minister Narendra Modi” through a series of programmes that will involve “all the known hate-Modi campaigners” — “Teesta Setalvad is the lead actor” — ahead of the polls. The editorial wonders whether the Congress has outsourced its election campaign to NGOs and people who hate Modi. It asks the HRD ministry to intervene immediately against the university for dabbling in electoral politics.

The cover story in Panchjanya pitches the polls as a battle between Modi’s “development” and the “propaganda” against him. The article highlights the UK’s turnaround as another vindication of Modi’s record.

Haryana graph

Reports of atrocities against women in Haryana gets the attention of Panchjanya,which has an editorial faulting the Congress and the chief minister.

The editorial criticises Congress president Sonia Gandhi for taking these incidents “lightly” by not taking the Haryana CM to task. “The way Sonia Gandhi has sought to defend Hooda government,it will only embolden criminals and wrongdoers,” laments the editorial.

Compiled by Ravish Tiwari

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