Sunday, December 05, 2010

I saved prime minister in telecom scandal, says Swamy - And more!!! - A must read interview

dec 5th, 2010
if you take out some of the hyperbole, it is still damning,
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http://gulfnews.com/news/world/india/i-saved-prime-minister-in-telecom-scandal-says-swamy-1.722635


  Gulf News


December 05 2010


I saved prime minister in telecom scandal, says Swamy

Veteran leader reveals all about scam as he accuses media and politicians of corruption.

·  By Nilima Pathak, Correspondent
·  Published: 00:00 December 4, 2010

Dr Subramanian Swamy
  • Dr Subramanian Swamy
  • Image Credit: Nilima Pathak/Gulf News
New Delhi: Dr Subramanian Swamy is President of Janata Party. Well-educated and honest, he is not only courageous, but extremely blunt and forthright in his views.
Widely known for publicly challenging and fighting against prime ministers and chief ministers, it would do well for his political opponents to remain on the right side of Swamy. For, his wrath can undo governments, leave alone individuals!

Though his histrionics have earned him the reputation of being a rabble-rouser, no one can claim to find anything incriminating against him to charge or drag him to court.
Speaking to Gulf News in an exclusive interview, Swamy has openly spelt out names on the telecom spectrum scam accusing both political and media persons for being corrupt.

GULF NEWS: You seem to be treading into familiar territory with 2G spectrum scam what with earlier taking the cudgels with Janata Dal leader Ramakrishna Hegde and All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam leader Jayalalitha and several others?

SUBRAMANIAN SWAMY: This is a very serious matter. The others were for a very different reason. Hegde was a member of my party and crafted the impression that he was a very honest and upright man. But he was most crooked and did all kinds of rackets. And, of course, he was tapping telephones of his own people, including his girlfriends! A man who pretends morality had to be exposed. Strangely, in 1988, our own party decided to investigate the incident of telephone tapping and he supported it thinking I wouldn't get to the bottom of it. When trapped, he filed a defamation case against me and later withdrew, which ended his career.

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