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GST – Implementation from July 1, 2017 – How to tackle the reality of situation with the dealers with limited facilities?

June 11, 2017

GST – Implementation from July 1, 2017 – How to tackle the reality of situation with the dealers with limited facilities?

GST - Ideal, but what is implemented

The Government may have to be soft with the dealers, as they are bound to commit mistakes and violate provisions of GST Act and Rules[1]: In the implementation of GST covering crores of dealers of various transactions, many assumptions and presumptions have been made, as if, all would be sitting at computers and handling with their commercial dealings only on-line always. The Government has not perhaps, realized the digital gap existing between the big and small taxpayers under the GST regime.

  1. The powerful federal indirect tax body, the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Council, would instruct field officers at the central and state levels to be lenient with traders for procedural lapses in the first year of implementation of the new indirect tax regime from 1 July, 2017[2].
  2. There is a confusion about the jurisdiction of the dealers and as well as the law-implementing officers. This confusion prevails between the Central and the State and also amomh themselves internally.
  3. In the first year they have to handhold them rather than penalize them for procedural infractions. Everyone in the council is sensitive about it. Major offences such as clearing of goods without invoices, however, is a different matter.
  4. The decision comes in the wake of apprehensions of the trade and business community about an anti-profiteering provision in the GST law intended to be a deterrent against not passing on the benefits of any reduced indirect tax liability to the ultimate consumer.
  5. The Confederation of All India Traders, a traders’ body with 60 million members, said in a representation to PM on 8 June, 2017 that a period of nine months beginning 1 July should be declared a transition period [up to 31-03-2018] during which traders will be given immunity from prosecution for procedural lapses.
  6. While businesses and large traders will be prepared for the GST roll-out with their IT systems, small traders, especially those in villages and remote areas, may take time to become part of the GST network on account of lack of awareness and infrastructure constraints.
  7. As everyone imagines, the internet connection and related issues are going to create many practical probles, coupled with frequent power cuts at rural and village areas.
  8. Another official in the government, who also spoke on condition of anonymity, said that the last point of sale—trader to consumer—in villages has always been the weakest link in the state-level value-added tax system.
  9. Important issues – addressing concerns relating to tax rates brought up by the industry and finalizing how the anti-profiteering mechanism, “advance ruling” and search and arrests, etc. Advance ruling is a facility available for taxpayers to get an idea of what the tax liability on certain transactions will be in advance.

GST - SSI has to file 37 instead of 13 returns

SSI has to file 37 returns instead of 13; if they have units in more than one state, the returns increase accordingly[3]: A small­scale manufacturing company with operations in only one state will have to file a minimum of 37 returns instead of the current 13 once the goods and services tax (GST) goes live from July 1, 2017 increasing work for industry, accountants and banks, according to an IndiaSpend analysis. With the deadline for the GST less than a month away, finance professionals, banks and industry seem unprepared for the challenges of implementing the one nation­one tax idea, work towards which began 13 years ago. “The entire ecosystem needs to be changed to accept GST,” K. Raghu, former president, Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, told IndiaSpend. “An ideal date for implementation would be September 1.” The Indian Banks Association has informed a parliamentary panel that their members were unprepared to implement the new indirect tax regime. “Everything will now be online and will need to be updated regularly. A business will have to file 37 returns in a year (three returns per month and one annual return) per state,” the Economic Times reported on June 5, 2017.

GSTN - portal in demand

Business in three states means, he has to file 3 x 37 = 111 returns per annum[4]: “If it does business from offices in more than one state, the number of returns will go up accordingly. A business with offices in three states will have to file 111 tax returns in a year.” With the government announcing GST for four tax rates ­­ 5, 12, 18 and 28 per cent ­­ industry will face implementation challenges that include system upgrades, manpower training and understanding new taxes. Every transaction ­­ sale or purchase ­­ will now have to be recorded online to benefit from the tax paid earlier India is implementing a dual GST with the Centre and states together levying it on a common tax base. “The GST to be levied by the centre on intra­state supply of goods and/or services would be called the Central GST (CGST) and that to be levied by the states would be called the State GST (SGST),” according to the FAQs published by the Central Board of Excise and Customs (CBEC), the central body of indirect taxes. “Similarly, Integrated GST (IGST) will be levied and administered by centre on every inter­state supply of goods and services.” A dual GST adheres to the constitutional requirement of fiscal federalism, since both the Centre and states have the powers to levy and collect taxes. “The central GST and the state GST would be levied simultaneously on every transaction of supply of goods and services except the exempted goods and services, goods which are outside the purview of GST and the transactions which are below the prescribed threshold limits,” the CBEC FAQ noted.

GST opposed or supported

Meghalaya, Punjab, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Karnataka, Jammu and Kashmir and West Bengal – have not passed GST[5]: While 24 states have passed state GST acts, seven have not ­ as yet. They are: Meghalaya, Punjab, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Karnataka, Jammu and Kashmir and West Bengal. While the location of the supplier and the customer within the country is immaterial for the purpose of CGST, SGST would be charged only when the supplier and the customer are within the state. An illustration from the FAQ published by the government: Suppose the CGST rate is 10 per cent and the SGST is 10 per cent. When a wholesale steel dealer in Uttar Pradesh supplies bars and rods to a construction company within the state for, say, Rs 100, the dealer would charge CGST of Rs 10 and SGST of Rs 10, in addition to the basic price of the goods. The wholesaler would be required to deposit the CGST into a central government account and the SGST into the account of the state government. “Of course, he need not actually pay Rs 20 (Rs 10 + Rs 10) in cash, as he would be entitled to set­off this liability against CGST or SGST paid on his purchases (say, inputs),” said the FAQ This is where implementation challenges arise, as former ICWAI president Raghu explained. Every invoice from buyers and sellers must be entered in the GST system correctly to ensure that benefits accrue down the chain. “We have a system today across a majority of small units where an accountant comes (in) once a month, makes vouchers and inputs details for taxes,” said Raghu. “That will have to end now because we are moving to an online, almost real­time system that will need a lot of manpower.” The finance industry is ready by training its professionals, said Raghu, who predicted many job opportunities over the next 5­6 years. But, as he added, it would take at least 12 to 18 months for the system to “settle down”. “I do see a lot of CAs and other finance professionals being trained for indirect taxes in the coming years,” he said.

GST - Ideal, but what is implemented-NDA-UPA

Industry and Banks are not ready for GST implementation[6]: India’s industry and its banking system will have to change systems, train personnel and accept the extra workload for the new taxation system. The banking system has clearly said it is not yet ready. Industry is ambivalent. “Nearly 50 per cent of Indian businesses are not aware of the changes that GST will usher in,” Bharat Goenka, Managing Director, Tally Solutions, was quoted as saying in the Economic Times on June 5. Tally accounting software is widely used by Indian companies. The company is waiting for the GST rules to be finalised, so that it can roll out its GST software for Indian companies. A senior official of Federation of the Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI), requesting anonymity because the launch date was close, said GST was “now a fact”, and industry was trying to adapt. FICCI has been conducting awareness sessions among industry verticals to help understand the new structure, he added The industrial sector, especially the services sector, is waiting for more clarity on tax rates, processes and the time frame for the systems to settle down. “What we still don’t know is which tax slab we fall in,” a marine service provider operating in Goa told IndiaSpend, on condition of anonymity. “While it is good that the taxation system will be streamlined and we will not have to deal with multiple tax payments like excise, service tax and value added tax, we still don’t know how much time it will take for everybody to be on board.” (In arrangement with IndiaSpend.org, a data­driven, non­profit, public interest journalism platform. The views expressed are those of IndiaSpend. Feedback at respond@indiaspend.org).

© Vedaprakash

11-06-2017

GST ready for launch - 03_08_2016_001_060

[1] Livemint.com, Govt may be lenient with traders on procedural lapses in GST’s first year, Last Modified: Sat, Jun 10 2017. 12 51 AM IST.

[2] http://www.livemint.com/Politics/PMFLgTOxEezhEPIt9FEqgL/Govt-may-be-lenient-with-traders-on-procedural-lapses-in-GST.html

[3] http://www.hindustantimes.com/business-news/businessman-or-professional-you-may-need-to-fill-37-forms-to-be-gst-compliant/story-DI8IOTQi5qS0c20PkDoTNO.html

[4] http://navbharattimes.indiatimes.com/business/business-news/37-returns-instead-of-13-one-of-the-many-challenges-threatening-gst-rollout/articleshow/59085127.cms

[5] http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/economy/policy/37-returns-instead-of-13-one-of-the-many-challenges-threatening-gst-rollout/articleshow/59082648.cms

[6] Economics Times, 37 returns instead of 13: One of the many challenges threatening GST rollout, BY IANS | JUN 10, 2017, 02.33 PM IST.

 

Jizya come back Khilji -Aurangazeb rule India again!

June 29, 2015

Jizya come back Khilji -Aurangazeb rule India again

Introduction : Now, there are lot conditions imposed on celebration of Indian traditional festivals, conduct of pilgrimages and other periodical religious congregations. In India with the tradition, culture, heritage and civilization of more than 5000 years, the periodic festivals like Kumbamela, Adiperukku or gathering at Sangamams / Kudals (confluence of three rivers) for sacred bath on the prescribed days, Karttikai Theepam, etc., in different parts of temples have been part of Indian people[1]. However, of late, there have been restrictions on such celebrations by the State and Central government through the rulers, who are nothing but politicians with motives.

Mohammedan rulers imposed such restrictions : In the past, the Mohammedan rulers imposed such restrictions through Jizya – religious toll tax on Hindus[2]. The conditions of Jizya have been very specific and they were meant for restricting the movement of Hindus by participating and celebrating in huge numbers, as had been going on for many years. When Hindus had been in large numbers, there was difficulty for Mohammedan marauders for looting. Initially, the Mohammedans intruded into India as raiders and looters in hoards and used to retreat or run away after looting. But from 11th – 12th centuries onwards, they tried to settle down and rule from Delhi. Thus, the so-called Delhi Sultanate rule started and they imposed Jizya tax on Hindus[3].

The conditions of Jizya tax system imposed on Hindus : The Hindus who agree to pay jizya were allowed to live and work in the Islamic state with the following conditions. The operation started with Khiljis (1290-1320 CE) and pursued by other Muslim rulers[4]:

  1. They are not to build any new places of worship.
  2. They are not to repair any old places of worship which have been destroyed by the Muslims.
  3. They are not to prevent Muslim travellers from staying in their places of worship.
  4. They are to entertain for three days any Muslim who wants to stay in their homes, and for a longer period if he falls ill.
  5. They are not to harbour any hostility or give aid and comfort to hostile elements.
  6. They are not to prevent anyone of them from getting converted to Islam.
  7. They have to show respect to every Muslim.
  8. They have to allow Muslims to participate in their private meetings.
  9. They are not to dress like Muslims.
  10. They are not to name themselves with Muslim names.
  11. They are not to ride on horses with saddle and bridle.
  12. They are not to possess arms.
  13. They are not to wear signet rings or seals on their fingers.
  14. They are not to sell or drink liquor.
  15. They are to wear a distinctive dress, which shows their inferior status and separates them from Muslims[5].
  16. They are not to propagate their customs and usages among the Muslims.
  17. They are not to build their houses in the neighbourhood of Muslims.
  18. They are not to bring their dead near the graveyards of the Muslims.
  19. They are not to observe their religious practices publicly or mourn their dead loudly.
  20. They are not to buy Muslim slaves.

Ironically, most of the conditions are prevailing in India today. For each, we can give hundreds and thousands of examples can be given.

December 6: The Jizya prevails in India : On December 6 of every year, the media itself gives enough publicity to make it a “Terrorist Day”[6] or “Jihad-implementation Day”[7] and thus, the Jizya-ideology coupled with Jihadi-threat starts prevailing everywhere, restricting, preventing and harassing Hindus like anything at bus-stands, railway station and in temples particularly operated through the police and security forces. Whether Jihadi-Islamist terrorist attack or not the media-terror and the security-terror really terrorize people! It is a wonder when the heinous Islamic terrorists have been bombing and killing people in India, how they would come out and attack on that day, when the media and government have already given enough publicity. Not only that, they give full details with photographs, how the security arrangements have been made! After schools and colleges, such terror has come to Music festivals.

  • Frisking of devotees – particularly, the ladies are subjected to a lot of inconvenience.
  • The word “frisk” has the meanings = search, check for weapons, pat down, body search, examine, inspect etc. Are these required for devotees coming there regularly?
  • checking of bags – virtually, the “offerings brought to temple” are ransacked upside down, making the sanctity useless – flowers are crushed, dhoop-sticks broken, offerings brought completely disturbed, packets opened, even coconuts dropped on the ground while “checking”!
  • They are stopped at the darshan queues for repeated checking.

In fact, these acts amount to insult the devotees, abuse of the rights of Hindus and violation of established Agama Sastras of temples[8]. If the Indian security system could not identify the real terrorists and regular devotees, it is a shame on the system. If they doubt that the Jihadi-Islamic-Mohammedan terrorists would sneak into temples in that way, then, it is proving the historical fact.

“Non-Hindus are not allowed”, “People wearing Lungis and Pants are not allowed” : Many people used to take objection about the boards put up at the entrance of the temples – “Non-Hindus are not allowed”, “People wearing Lungis and Pants are not allowed” etc[9]. Rich, elite and secular categories of “Hindus” used to write letters and they would be prominently published in the “National dailies”[10]. Most of such letters would be from USA and other advanced countries. But now, they could understand how the Jizya and Jihad systems would have worked in the past and also working now, so that such boards are required. Why then with all their richness and wisdom, they (the Hindus in foreign countries) could not protect their religion and temples but when they come to India, they expect all sorts of concessions, privileges etc.? They spent in dollars in night clubs etc., there and try to repent and expiate their sins here by offering in rupees to temples! They treat their Indian visit as some short of “divine-commercial trip” which should be done within their scheduled program. All rules and procedures could be flouted and violated. What sort of hypocrisy it is and has been fooling other Hindus and also creating bad image about India?

Mohammedans, Christians, atheists and other non-Hindus sitting inside are not “frisked” or ” doubted”! In the past, as the Hindus had clearly recognized that the Mohammedans had been the temple demolishers and destroyers, and Idol-breakers, they had been identified, monitored and branded accordingly[11]. Later, as times changed, the warnings appeared according to easy understanding for the people. Thus, “Non-Hindus are not allowed”, “People wearing Lungis and Pants are not allowed” etc., have specific meanings. Till early 20thcentury, there had been man to man relationship prevailing among the Indians and thus the temple priests, employees and the people around knew “who is who” coming to the temples. Now, the temples have been commercialized by the atheist, secular and other politicians. Ironically, the Mohammedan, Christian, ant-Hindu categories are getting employment and sitting right inside the temples[12] and they are not subjected to any “frisking”! How one can vouchsafe that such Mohammedans, Christians, atheists and anti-Hindus would not collude and collaborate with the Jihad-Islamic terrorists?

Non-Hindus have been dominating in and around Temples commercially : Another important fact has been the shops and other surrounding places of temples have been dominated by the non-Hindus. Even on Tirumala, Mohammedans are freely roaming as vendors, TTD employees, workers and so on (besides AP govt. Employees)! Of course, it has been a regular feature in Tamilnadu and Kerala. The Mohammedan, Christian, atheists and non/anti-Hindu categories are getting shop allotments, license and contracts for temple related activities. They do only for money, of course, definitely with contempt for the temples and Hindus. Otherwise, these activities are supposed to be carried on by the temple devotees voluntarily offering their services as “Uzhavarapp pani”, “Kar-seva” etc. Anybody remembers or knows the significance of Titunavukkarasar carrying “Uzhavaarap padai” i.e, just like hand-spade to clean. Thus, the cleaning, repair and maintenance wiork was carried on by the devotees and not by these non-Hindu contractors. But the present Central and State governments have spoiled the system completely. Remember, how the meaningful expression “Kar-seva” has been disparaged and belittled by the media and other anti-Hindus[13]. The recent demolition activities carried on at the temples under the guise of renovation[14] has also been part of such attitude exhibited through the Dravidian politicians and rulers.

Security norms laid down for music festivals : “The Hindu” characteristically reports[15]
that, “In tune with the prevailing security scenario, the Chennai Police have laid down security guidelines to be implemented at venues of music festivals. Organisers and auditorium staff have been told to upgrade security by installing gadgets, including metal detectors. Deputy Commissioner of Police (Mylapore) A.G. Mourya, who convened a meeting of auditorium representatives here on Wednesday, underlined the need for establishing closed circuit television network as a permanent security measure.” He adds that, “There are about 21 auditoria, including a few in schools, where music festivals are held in the Tamil month of Margazhi. Detailed instructions have been given on the dos and don’ts. We have asked them to engage trained security personnel and install Door Frame Metal Detectors,” said Mr. Mourya. Areas in close vicinity to the auditoria should be kept free from congestion to facilitate movement of emergency services such as ambulances or fire tenders. Organisers should request music lovers not to bring any baggage.” Thus, here a lot of questions arise:

  • These festivals have been going on for thousands of years without any problem.
  • And absolutely, there is no question of the Police to teach the persons connected with music festivals to follow, “Detailed instructions have been given on the dos and don’ts.”
  • The upgradation of security by installing gadgets, including metal detectors and engaging trained security personnel and install Door Frame Metal Detectors etc., are too much as the musicians and music lovers are not fighting with Jihadis.
  • If that is the case, it is the default of the present Governments for such nurturing of Jihadi-terrorism.

Just for example, few specific cases of temples and related issues are studied, in other words, these examples are only for illustrative purposes and not exhaustive, as there have been crores of sacred places available for Hindus in India and even outside India.

Lashkar could target Madurai”s Meenakshi temple : The reports appear[16] in the media is unbelievable.”Laskar could attack Madurai Meenakshi temple”! The famous Meenakshi temple in Madurai in Tamil Nadu is on the Lashkar-e-Tayiba”s hit-list, fears the Intelligence Bureau. The IB has alerted Tamil Nadu”s director general of police with information obtained by intercepts by the Indian Army and the Research and Analysis Wing, India”s external intelligence agency. IB Director P C Haldar spoke to Tamil Nadu DGP K P Jain on Saturday to convey the Centre”s concerns. Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil may speak to state Chief Minister M Karunanidhi to urgently post additional security at the temple. The Centre wants the Tamil Nadu government to take quick action on its alert and avert any threat to the shrine[17].

rediff.com “s Krishna Kumar P adds [18] : Security in and around the Meenakshi temple has been beefed up, the Tamil Nadu police said on Saturday. “I cannot share with you details of the IB inputs. The temple figures in our alerts also. We have asked the respective departments to step up security in vulnerable installations and public places like markets and malls. Temples also figure in this, and security has been stepped up,” DGP Jain told rediff.com, but declined to answer questions about any specific alert about the temple. Madurai Commissioner of Police Nandabalan said he was asked to increase security at the temple by his superiors. “The temple has always been secure. Only recently we ensured that all guides and shopowners in the area were ID-ed and identity cards were issued. We recently installed closed circuit security cameras,” he told rediff.com The temple has four entrances and the police have placed a sub-inspector, an armed reserve policeman and a local constable at each entrance. Also, vehicular traffic around the temple has been blocked; only pedestrians are allowed in the four streets that form the perimeter of the temple.

“After the Ahmedabad blasts, we did not want to take any chances. With our own inputs and also the central input, we have decided to enhance the security to the temple. We have set up an exclusive control room at the temple,” Nandabalan said. A top priest of the temple said the police switched into vigilance mode from early Saturday. “Early in the morning, when the temple gates were opened, the police were there with sniffer dogs. They were very alert. We thought it was a routine exercise, but what struck us was the intensity of the search. There were more policemen than usual and their presence did not decrease as the day wore on, as is usual,” C Shanmuga Sundara Bhattar, one of the senior-most priests at the temple, told rediff.com The vast temple witnessed a minor blast in 1996, when a country-made bomb exploded in a corner of the shrine[19].

The Jihadi-threat to Temples has been become regular feature : Last September also[20], there was threatening from the Islamic terrorists about the targeting Five Big temples of Tamilnadu! Security has been stepped up in five major temples in Tamil Nadu following an intelligence alert of terror attacks. The Meenakshi Temple in Madurai, the Ramanathaswamy Temple in Rameswaram, the Murugan temple in Palani, the Kapaleeswarar Temple in Chennai and Sri Ranganathar Temple in Srirangam in Tiruchirappalli have come under a heightened security. Besides these temples, commercial hubs in Chennai and elsewhere have also been placed under surveillance. However, officials are wary about security arrangements in the temples, as they want the Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments department, that administers temples, to be more proactive. Delhi, Jaipur, Ahmadabad and Bengaluru were hit by serial blasts in recent months killing and injuring hundreds of people.

Red alert after threat to temples at Varanasi! : Varanasi: An anonymous letter by a person claiming to be a member of the terrorist outfit, Lashkar-e-Taiba[21], has threatened terror attacks at the disputed site in Ayodhya, and the Banaras Hindu University and the Sankat Mochan temple here on Holi day. The authorities have sounded a red alert in the district. The letter, sent to the office of the Senior Superintendent of Police on Thursday, also threatened attacks on the Cantonment railway station and the bus stand from March 4 onwards, SSP Sujit Pandey”s Public Relations Officer K.D. Tripathi said here. The Sankat Mochan temple and the Cantonment railway station were targeted by terrorists last year.

Tight security at Tirumala, Bhadrachalam: Following the threat :Additional forces deployed in and around the temple complexes and Security was beefed up at the Tirumala temple in connection with the Babri Masjid demolition anniversary on Saturday in and around the temple complex. Roof-top centring atop the temple complex was increased by deploying additional men. Frisking of devotees and checking of bags were stepped up at both the darshan queue complexes and at Alipiri security point at Tirupati. To keep a watch on the movement of anti-social elements crossroad patrolling was organised around the Mada streets encircling the holy shrine and at other places, which witness heavy congregation of pilgrims. The TTD security and vigilance staff and the district police conducted combing operations along the footpath leading to the temple town besides undertaking the night patrolling. Khammam Staff Reporter writes: Following the terrorist attacks in Mumbai, security was tightened at the Bhadradri temple in Bhadrachalam with security personnel undertaking regular checking and frisking on the premises. However, two of the three door frame metal detectors at the temple were out of order and the eastern gate of the temple had no metal detector. The special police force entrusted with the temple security were managing with three handheld metal detectors. The Police Department urged the authorities to get the DFMDs repaired immediately. Some ten constables and two head constables of the SPF have been put on guard. The local police have been assisting them and supplementing their efforts by conducting regular checking of the vehicles and suspected elements on the roads and lanes leading to the shrine. The police wanted a separate locker to be arranged near the main gate so that pilgrims could be made to deposit their handbags before entering the premises. A separate bandobust plan was prepared for the Mokkoti festival to be held on January 6 and 7.

Danger behind the so-called “security – beefing up” :

As jihadi-Islamist-Islamic terrorism has been identified, action should be taken on such “perpetrators” : Now, it is open that these Jihadi-Islamist-Islamic terrorists have been against Hindus in particular[22] and therefore, the Central and State government should take immediate action in controlling, containing and stopping their activities. They need not give advice or alert or crate panic in temples under the guide of safety and security, If they are really interested, first let them the non-hindus are transferred and thrown out of the Temples, Temple boards and related functions. Not that Hindus disbelieve them, but under prevailing conditions, they have to be sent out and they can be posted in Mosques, Churches, mausoleums, graveyards and samadhis (wonderful structures built over their dead bodies) of their leaders[23], as they have become their gods. Incidentally, Veeramani has been going on planting EVR statues all over Tamilnadu and therefore, they can be easily accommodated there[24].

Vedaprakash

20-12-2008.

PS: Some raise doubts how some things happen inadvertantly or with intention:

e.g,

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Editorial
IS GOVERNMENT OF INDIA CRYPTO MUSLIM?
Dec 2008

editorial

editorial

For details, see at:

http://www.janasangh.com/jsart.aspx?stid=317

[1] Of course, the media does not give publicity or coverage, the PM, CM and other politicians do not extend greetings to Hindus etc., are different matter!

[2] From the Khiljis to Aurangazeb, though Akbar was reportedly rescinded it!

[3] Here, also the perverted and fundamental Islamic scholarship tries to justify even today instead of controlling or stopping the Jihadi-terrorism.

[4] K. V. Ramakrishna Rao, Was Bakti movement anti-woman?, a paper presented during the TNHC session at Mother Theresa University, Udhagamandalam, October 2000, fn.no.18.

[5] M. Nachiappan, Jihadi-terorrists entered as “Hindus” with threads tied around their waists and kumkum on the foreheads! , for details, see at:

http://mnachiappan.indiainteracts.com/2008/11/30/jihadi-teroorists-entered-as-hindus-with-threads-tied-around-their-waists-and-kumkum-on-the-foreheads/

Ironically, in Mumbai Jihadi-bombing, the Islamic terrorists came like this!

[6] See an article on this at www.indiainteracts.com

[7] http://mnachiappan.indiainteracts.com/2008/12/07/aggressive-ferocious-and-shouting-muslims-as-covered-by-the-media/

Though M. Nachiappan has not pointed out the Jihadi-support attitude has been exposed in their speech, demands and placards! Ironically, all went on in the pre presence of the Police!

[8] But none care for such human rights and fundamental rights violations occurring in India and the Hindus suffering to such acts.

[9] The secular-elite Hindus think differently knowing nothing about their religion, but simply carried away by what other say about their religion!

[10] In “The Hindu”, one can find such letters appearing very often!

[11] Here, Indian historians aided and abetted by the secular rulers and others want not to record such facts in the text books. In fact, they indulge in negative propaganda negate the heinous crimes of Mohammedans and Christians in India.

[12] The acts of Marxist governments – West Bengal, Kerala and north-east, Christians ruled governments – of course, the whole India, Andhra, north-east, specifically and Mohammedans – as governors etc. Karunanidhi has already started training atheists as “Temple priests” and they enter soon!

[13] During the Ramjanmabhumi Karasevai, many Hindus devotedly involved, but the media dubbed and branded them as devils and evil-doers!

[14] Vedaprakash, Karunanidhi – the Aurangazeb in action, demolishes a temple mantap! For details, see at:

http://vedaprakash.indiainteracts.com/2008/07/29/karunanidhi-the-auranazeb-in-action-demolishes-a-temple-mantap/

…………………….., Karunanidhi Iconoclasm continues: the State sponsored vandalization of paintings and killing art. For details, see at:

http://vedaprakash.indiainteracts.com/2008/07/31/karunanidhi-iconoclasm-continues-the-state-sponsored-vandalization-of-paintings-and-killing-art/

  1. Nachiappan, Karunanidhi-Aurangazeb on the prowl: Two more temples under the threat of demolition! , for details, see at:

http://mnachiappan.indiainteracts.com/2008/10/21/karunanidhi-auranzeb-on-the-prowl-two-more-temples-under-the-threat-of-demolition/

………………………, HR ” CE and Sri Rangam Temple Row: Is it an attack on Hindus or political vendetta? ` see at:

http://mnachiappan.indiainteracts.com/2008/10/17/hr-ce-and-sri-rangam-temple-row-is-it-an-attack-on-hindus-or-political-vendetta/

…………………………, Malik-kafur Veeramani joins with Aurangazeb-Karunanidhi!, for details, see at:http://mnachiappan.indiainteracts.com/2008/08/02/malik-kafur-veeramani-joins-with-aurangazeb-karunanidhi/

[15] Special Correspondent, Security norms laid down for music festivals, in The Hindu dated 18-12-2008.

http://www.thehindu.com/2008/12/18/stories/2008121860580100.htm

[16] R Prema in New Delhi | July 26, 2008 | 20:09 IST

[17] http://www.hindu.com/2008/07/28/stories/2008072858360300.htm

[18] http://www.rediff.com/news/2008/jul/26terror.htm

[19] And the bombers have been only Mohammedans!

[20] http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow/msid-3525276,prtpage-1.cms

[21] http://www.hindu.com/2007/03/03/stories/2007030319960100.htm

[22] M. Nachiappan, Deccan Mujahideen e-mail addressed to the Hindus!, see at:

http://mnachiappan.indiainteracts.com/2008/12/01/deccan-mujahideen-e-mail-addressed-to-the-hindus/

[23] In Tamilnadu, this has become the unique feature of Dravidian culture and they have become the “grave-worshippers” just like the Mohammedans and Christians. This feature is interesting for researchers to go into the details.

[24] The “iconoclast” is getting maximum “Icons / idols”, that too in stone, bronze etc!