i think it's a #deepstate, #fordfoundation, #hillary connection.
of course, that boils down to the same thing.
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From: S G Naravane >
R K Ohri
05 Jul 2016
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has been waging war against Prime Minister Narendra Modi. At the drop of a hat he and his flunkeys drag the Prime Minister's name in every episode, even where any legitimate legal action is taken against his team mates. In the history of post-independence India, never ever was a Prime Minister pilloried in such a crude manner as Kejriwal has been doing.
What could be the possible reason for such gross animosity towards the elected chief executive of the Indian state? It appears that Kejriwal is waging this virtual war against the Prime Minister at the behest of some anti-India group or country.
Kejriwal owes his political debut to the financing of his NGOs by Ford Foundation (which everyone knows works closely with the CIA). But that alone cannot be the raison d'etre for his targeting the Prime Minister, day in and day out. The reason for his jihad against Narendra Modi must be found elsewhere.
If we trace the rise of Kejriwal in the mainstream media, one finds that the Delhi Chief Minister enjoys the dubious support of some radical Islamic groups based in Pakistan, USA and Pak-occupied Kashmir. It is public knowledge that on December 7, 2014, Kejriwal was felicitated by a Dubai-based shadowy organization, 'World Brands Summit', with great fanfare. He was flown Business Class courtesy his friendship with Dubai-based money bags.
While the Indian media latched on to the gross impropriety of a self-proclaimed messiah of the 'aam aadmi' (ordinary people) travelling Business Class, they failed to read the tea leaves of his Dubai connection. Nor did they probe the mystery of his subsequent gallop from Dubai to the USA. The inexplicable association of the Aam Aadmi Party with fundamentalist Muslim groups embedded in Pakistan and Occupied Kashmir was totally ignored by the leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party.
Suspected Islamists as Allies?
The proof of pudding is in eating. An advertisement by the Association of Indian Muslims of America appeared in the 1-15 February, 2014, issue of Milli Gazette, New Delhi, calling upon Muslims to vote for the AAP in the forthcoming elections. 
The said advertisement ran as follows:
"An Appeal to Indian Muslim citizens and voters to support Aam Aadmi Party to remove the ills of corruption, influence peddling, abuse of religion and caste, money power, denial of justice, police brutality, from the society at large in the country. These ills have resulted from gross abuses by most political parties. The majority of Muslims being deprived people are hurt more than others from these ills. Hence, Muslims in large numbers should support AAP that is comprised of good people, and that is trying to cleanse the national political and governance system. We appeal to all to campaign for AAP, raise funds for them and vote for AAP candidates in the upcoming parliamentary elections."
Apart from the party symbol 'jhaadu', the advertisement carried a photograph of a skullcap-wearing Arvind Kejriwal, his shoulders draped in a keffiyah-printed muffler, interacting with Muslim leaders. The advertisement further urged the minority voters to 'Join the Revolution' – a description taken perhaps from official website of AAP.
Interestingly, the Association of Indian Muslims of America is an organization whose many members have been connected with Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai of Kashmiri American Council – a spy planted by the Inter-Services Intelligence of Pakistan in the USA. He was arrested in July 2011 by the Federal Bureau of Investigation on charges of running an espionage racket to promote a lobby for supporting secession of Kashmir from India. FBI investigations revealed that Dr. Fai had received approximately US $4 million from his ISI handlers in Pakistan and that he was receiving instructions from ISI's Brigadier Javed Aziz Khan.
Qayyum Endian applauds Kejriwal as Jaichand
Somiksha Mohanta and Nazia Murtad highlighted that to the
response from Kejriwal. No Indian media has tried to unravel the truth about AAP's support from anti-Indian groups operating abroad.
Baloch journalist Aamna Shahwani, The Afghanistan Times, Kabul, March 4, 2014, brought to light Kejriwal's shadowy Pakistan connection:
- After Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party won 28/70 seats in the Delhi Assembly elections of 2013, the Pakistani media was full of praise for AAP. Although the Bharatiya Janata Party won a few seats more than the AAP, the well-known Pakistani newspaper, Dawn, totally ignored this fact and emphasized the AAP victory on its front page. The Pakistani media also started praising Kejriwal for his spectacular success. He suddenly became a darling of the Pakistani media and chatterati.
- There were celebrations in different cities of Pakistan, especially in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. Prima facie there was no explanation for the jubilation over the AAP's impressive debut in the Delhi Assembly elections.
- There was a spurt in online donations from Pakistanis to AAP. More support was likely because the ISI wanted a puppet regime in New Delhi.
- In February 2014 some Pakistani journalists and media groups interviewed Kejriwal. Even Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif proclaimed that the victory of Kejriwal will help in resolving the Kashmir dispute.
- An important reason for Pakistan's love for Kejriwal was the AAP's anti-India stand on Kashmir. The Baloch columnist pointed out that at least three AAP members had openly delivered anti-India and pro-secessionist statements on Kashmir favouring a referendum or plebiscite, one being founder-member Prashant Bhushan.
- Many AAP members pleaded for sparing the life of Ajmal Kasab, the sole surviving butcher of the Mumbai 2008 carnage.
- Aamna Shahwani further alleged that no attempt was made by Kejriwal during his regime to recover the long-pending electricity bills running into several lakh rupees from the Shahi Imam of Jama Masjid.
1. Shivani Vig, 'US NGO puts AAP in a spot: Ad urging Muslim voters to support Kejriwal party creates buz on Facebook', Indian Express, New Delhi,
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