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Postby Peregrine » 08 Nov 2019 00:37

X Posted on the J&K Union Territory-2019 Thread

Widespread protests in PoK ring alarm bells for Islamabad – ANI

MUZAFFARABAD: Thousands of demonstrators have taken to the streets of Pakistan occupied Kashmir( PoK) as part of the ongoing protests against the police crackdown on peaceful demonstrations last month that claimed the lives of one person and injured several others in the region.

Protesters alleged that the crackdown has become the modus operandi of the establishment which uses brute force to muzzle all kinds of opinions and dissents in the region. They alleged it was nothing short of the mayhem unleashed by Pakistani forces in 1947 when they invaded their territory.

Afzal Suleria, leader of National Students Federation in Muzaffarabad said, "Our state was divided into many when the tribal attack took place in 1947. The history was repeated. There was a situation of violence and plunder. Women were targeted. Houses were shelled with ammunition."

"Children were charged with baton. Innocents were attacked. One common citizen Aslam Abbasi was killed. No judicial commission has been formed till date and the culprits have not been prosecuted. They were never brought to justice and no FIR was registered".

Various political parties under the All Independent parties alliance(AIPA) in PoK had called for a pro-freedom rally in Muzaffarabad on October 22 to observe "black day". It was on this day in 1947 that Pakistani forces had invaded Jammu and Kashmir.

People had come out on the streets in large numbers to register their protest on the 72nd anniversary of the Invasion Day. Denying the demonstrators to hold antigovernment protestors, the police resorted to using tear gas shells and lathi charged to disperse the crowd.

Muzaffar Baig, another leader of the National Students Federation said while addressing a gathering, "They have their power of influence on common people, be he a businessman, farmer, laborer, or common dweller. Police exercise its authority only on commoners."

He added, "You think we are going to be scared of them? If you are a believer of any religion, for example, you are a Muslim then prepare yourself to sacrifice for Allah. We are not going to be scared of these monsters. We are not getting scared of these people who earn Rs 20,000- 30,000 but don't hesitate in taking ten rupees from a poor man".

While anti-establishment demonstrations and protests is a common sight in the PoK, the last few weeks have presented a different picture altogether.

Unprecedented support and the unflinching morale of the people have certainly rung alarm bells for Islamabad.

At a time when Imran Khan government is already facing a massive political resistance, developments in PoK have added to the worries of the establishment

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Postby Peregrine » 08 Nov 2019 02:18

Mods if you consider this Article from the Daily Times Lahore inappropriate please delete this evidence of bestiality perpetrated by the Two Legged Beasts of the Land of the Pure and Home of the Terrorists :(

We lay like corpses’: Bangladesh’s 1970s rape camp survivors speak out - Lucy Lamble

Award-winning documentary Rising Silence preserves the testimony of some of the 200,000 women abducted during the country’s war of independence.

In 1971, during the nine-month war that gave Bangladesh its independence from then West Pakistan, four sisters – Amina, Maleka, Mukhlesa and Budhi Begum – were abducted by Pakistani soldiers and local collaborators. They were among the more than 200,000 women held in rape camps and were detained for two and a half months.

“Twenty-two of us would lie like corpses in that room,” says Maleka as she explains how her elder sister Buhdi, “unable to bear the pain”, died before they were released.

Four decades on, Mukhlesa, who had crouched in water trying to evade the kidnappers, shows film-maker Leesa Gazi the sites of atrocities she witnessed. She explains how the soldiers took the women with them wherever they went, placing them to the fore as a human shield.

The sisters’ stories are part of Gazi’s award-winning documentary, Rising Silence, screened on Tuesday in London, which preserves the testimony of some of the few women who are still alive, several of whom have died since filming.

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Gazi (left) with Amina Begum, Mukhlesa Begum and Maleka Begum, three of four sisters who were taken to rape camps by the Pakistani army

Gazi, a British-Bangladeshi actor and playwright, was herself a teenager when she first heard about the “Birangona” women. Their stories had been strangely absent from her school history books but her father, a former freedom fighter, described seeing hundreds of women standing back to back in trucks on their way to the capital, Dhaka. Gazi resolved to find out more about their story.

What the women had experienced was one of the first recorded examples of rape being used as a weapon of war in the 20th century.

On their release, witnessed by Gazi’s father, the women would be awarded the honorific title of “Birangona”, a war-heroine (literally a brave or courageous woman) by Mujibur Rahman, the “father of the Bengali nation”. He ordered rehabilitation centres with vocational training for those whose families wouldn’t take them back.

Rahman was assassinated in 1975, while he was serving as prime minister, and in the political upheaval that followed, the centres were shut and the women’s ordeal was hidden from view. They had to endure decades of shaming and isolation, discrimination that affected the next generation too.

A founding member of the Komola Collective, which tells stories from a female perspective, Gazi has now met more than 80 Birangona. Her early meetings in 2010 initially led to a play.

Many of the women are poor and frail. Most lost their livelihoods, their children, parents or husbands, but for Gazi, that does not define them. Her concern is that they are dying out and with them their rich stories, and so she returned with a camera.

The film has been shown in Bangladesh, Iceland, Italy and the Netherlands, winning honours at festivals from Dhaka to Moondance, and most recently at the Asian Media Awards.

Gazi argues that if we ignore or dismiss historic sexual violence, then it will never stop. “We need to pay attention and listen to survivors’ stories,” she says.

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Shurjyo Begum with her grandchildren. Shurjyo has died in March 2017

“We could dismiss their accounts as isolated incidents of a forgotten war in a distant land, committed nearly 50 years ago. The problem is that the same pattern of sexual violence and rape in armed conflicts continues to be used today,” she says, referencing events in Myanmar and South Sudan.

Society was often “not there”, for the women affected, Gazi argues, but she celebrates the fact that “women were there for each other”.

Uncovering the women’s stories has left Gazi with big questions. “Sometimes I ask myself, how can a woman’s body instigate so much hatred and so much violence?”

Again, she sees a pattern. “If we need to shame a family, we go after their daughters, if we need to shame a community, we go after their daughters, if we need to shame a country, we go after their daughters. That’s the same mindset that’s transcending in war and conflicts and we must stop it.”

Gazi insists the film is not about rape. “It is about the strength of women who have picked themselves up after facing brutal physical and emotional abuse.” Instead it shows “their will to survive, and their fighting spirit in the face of rejection and stigma, for the sin of having been raped”.

Since 2015, the Bangladeshi government has begun giving pensions to the Birangona in recognition of what the women contributed to the birth of the nation.

Mukhlesa Begum shows Gazi the Khuniya pond in Thakurgaon district, explaining how it turned red during the war. The bodies of more than 2,000 freedom fighters are believed to have been dumped here. “People piled on people,” she says.

“We saved four people from there. People were disappearing from Bangladesh. We had to save them – Hindu, Muslim, or Santal [indigenous people]. We had to free our country.”

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Postby Peregrine » 08 Nov 2019 04:36

Writer Aatish Taseer loses OCI status, govt says he hid info on Pakistani father -TNN

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- Aatish Taseer’s Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) status was canceled on Thursday, following a statement by the home ministry

- The MHA said, “Taseer was given the opportunity to submit his reply/objections regarding his PIO/OCI cards, but he failed to dispute the notice"


NEW DELHI: Author Aatish Taseer’s Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) status was canceled on Thursday, following a statement by the home ministry that he had suppressed information that his late father was of Pakistani origin.

The home ministry statement came in the wake of reports that the trigger for the action was an article critical of Prime Minister Narendra Modi (titled ‘Divider in Chief ’) which Taseer had written for Time magazine in May. Later that month, after Modi returned to office, the magazine carried an article by another writer calling the PM a “unifier”.

Taseer’s father, Salman Taseer, was governor of Punjab (inPakistan) and one of that country’s most high profile politicians when he was assassinated by a bodyguard in 2011 for defending a Christian woman accused of blasphemy. His mother is Indian columnist Tavleen Singh.

In his book, ‘Stranger To History,’ published in 2007, Taseer wrote at length about his father and how his mother raised him as a single parent. As social media erupted over the issue, Taseer disputed MHA’s claim that he had been given the opportunity to respond to the clarifications sought with regard to his submissions to the government.

The MHA denied that the Time article had anything to do with its action. In a post on Twitter, the MHA said, “Taseer was given the opportunity to submit his reply/objections regarding his PIO/OCI cards, but he failed to dispute the notice. Thus, Aatish Ali Taseer becomes ineligible to hold an OCI card as per the Citizenship Act, 1955. He has clearly not complied with very basic requirements and hidden information.”

Taseer put out a part of his email exchange with the Indian consul general in New York on Twitter and said, “This is untrue. Here is the consul general’s acknowledgement of my reply. I was given not the full 21 days but rather 24 hours to reply. I’ve heard nothing from the ministry since.”

Earlier on Thursday, MEA spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said in a media briefing that he was unaware of this specific case. However, he said if an individual was “no longer eligible and if it fits into a certain criterion of that cancellation of an OCI card then the OCI card will be cancelled”.

The government’s action was criticised as it came months after the Time article with some commentators saying it smacked of vindictiveness. Officials, however, pointed out that OCI rules clearly state that no person, whose either parent, grandparents or great grandparents were citizens of Pakistan and Bangladesh (or any country the government may specify) could not be eligible for the OCI card. Submitting false information, according to the rules, would lead to cancellation of the OCI card and could also mean blacklisting for entry into India thereafter.

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Postby Vayutuvan » 08 Nov 2019 04:36

Amber G. wrote:Yashpal was eyewitness to many of the events of that time. (After Chandrasekhar Azad's death he was commender of HSS. He was with Bhagat Singh, Azad in many of these adventures and was the person who put the bomb under Viceroy's train). Very worth reading.


My dad was an authority on the literary works and life of Yashpal. I donated his entire collection of books by and on Yashpal to the college library of his last posting. The collection had many books on the history of freedom fighting.
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Postby nam » 08 Nov 2019 04:38

How did the taser dude get the OCI in the first place? when every tom dick and harry knew his father was a Pakistani.

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Postby SBajwa » 08 Nov 2019 04:43

nam wrote:How did the taser dude get the OCI in the first place? when every tom dick and harry knew his father was a Pakistani.



IAS babus are idiots!! IAS system needs to be disbanded and replaced with much fewer people.
Why are there still jobs for stenographers and typists? IAS are lazy idiots good for nothing! they will not get a job in rest of the world .

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Postby SBajwa » 08 Nov 2019 04:52

Madan Lal Dhingra
I have told you over and over again that I do not acknowledge the authority of the Court, You can do whatever you like. I do not mind at all. You can pass sentence of death on me. I do not care. You white people are all-powerful now, but, remember, it shall have our turn in the time to come, when we can do what we like.[8]"


time has come indeed!!! It is now to show the Britshits who is what!!!

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Postby Peregrine » 08 Nov 2019 04:54

nam wrote:How did the taser dude get the OCI in the first place? when every tom dick and harry knew his father was a Pakistani.
nam Ji :

More importantly Salman Taseer never married Aatish Taseer's Mother Ms. Tavleen Singh i.e. Aatish is an Illegitimate Male Offspring of a Single Mother!

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Postby sanjaykumar » 08 Nov 2019 05:18

Eh?


There are no illegitimate children, only illegitimate parents.

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Postby SBajwa » 08 Nov 2019 05:20

sanjaykumar wrote:Eh?


There are no illegitimate children, only illegitimate parents.


Yep and they gave birth to a child who is a Gay (happily married as a faithful wife to Ryan Davis) and against India and Indian ethos and people! good as we won't have any more such idiots!!!

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Postby sanjaykumar » 08 Nov 2019 05:26

What is it about him being gay that is of anybody else's business?

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Postby SBajwa » 08 Nov 2019 05:28

nothing sir!! just letting people know!!!

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Postby nachiket » 08 Nov 2019 05:42

sanjaykumar wrote:Eh?


There are no illegitimate children, only illegitimate parents.

In either case, he was never eligible for the OCI card because of having a paki parent and shouldn't have been granted one int he first place. Doesn't matter if that parent was married to his other parent or not. The govt. is merely fixing a mistake.

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Postby Peregrine » 08 Nov 2019 05:58

Pakistan's U-turn: Kartarpur pilgrims to carry passports

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- Pakistan army spokesperson Asif Ghafoor was quoted on Thursday by a Pakistan channel as saying that passport was essential for Indian pilgrims visiting Kartarpur

- On November 1, Khan said he had waived two requirements related to passport and registration 10 days in advance for Sikhs coming for pilgrimage to Kartarpur from India

NEW DELHI: Faced with conflicting reports from Pakistan about the identity document Kartarpur pilgrims need to carry, the Indian government on Thursday declared India will go purely by the MoU that calls for pilgrims to have their passports on them.

After Pakistan PM Imran Khan tweeted recently that pilgrims will not be required to carry their passports, Pakistan army spokesperson Asif Ghafoor was quoted on Thursday by a Pakistan channel as saying that passport was essential for Indian pilgrims visiting Kartarpur.

“As of today, there is a bilateral document which has been signed between the two sides, which clearly specifies the documents needed to undertake the visit,” said MEA spokesperson Raveesh Kumar, adding that if the MoU had to be amended, it could not be done unilaterally by any one side. Ghafoor had earlier been quoted as saying that entry would be a “legal one under a permit on a passport-based identity”.

Pakistan army chief Asif Ghafoor had earlier been quoted as saying that entry would be a “legal one under a permit on a passport based identity. There will be no compromise on security or sovereignty”. MEA spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said there was a sense of confusion a few days before the inauguration because of the conflicting statements from Pakistan.

“Conflicting reports are coming from Pakistan. Sometimes, they say passport is needed and sometimes they say it is not required,” he said. On November 1, Khan, while announcing the completion of the Kartarpur Corridor on Twitter, said he had waived two requirements related to passport and registration 10 days in advance for Sikhs coming for pilgrimage to Kartarpur from India.

Confirming that it had registered a strong protest against the display of Khalistan terrorists in a video on Kartarpur, the Indian government also asked for Pakistan to act on its assurance that it won’t allow any anti-India activity at the pilgrimage site.

Pakistan is learnt to have said the video being circulated on social media is a morphed version of the original song it had released. Kumar also said that Pakistan is yet to confirm the list of Indian dignitaries who will attend the Kartarpur opening ceremony on the Pakistani side.

“We are presuming that all names we have shared with Pakistani side for inaugural jatha have been cleared,” he said. The MEA spokesperson also asked Pakistan to ensure adequate security to Indian dignitaries attending the event.

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Postby mappunni » 08 Nov 2019 06:11

Kashmir, Jammu, and Ladakh will be jealous to see the development of Azad Kashmir - 6 Nov 2019 :(( :(( :((

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CsM19z_d4xI

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Postby Peregrine » 08 Nov 2019 06:12

sanjaykumar wrote:Eh?

There are no illegitimate children, only illegitimate parents.
SBajwa wrote:Yep and they gave birth to a child who is a Gay (happily married as a faithful wife to Ryan Davis) and against India and Indian ethos and people! good as we won't have any more such idiots!!!
SBajwa Ji :

Achha Ji, So Aatish regularly serenades Ryan with the Song PEECHAY SE AANA KHATIYAN MEIN O KHATMAL


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Postby ritesh » 08 Nov 2019 09:47

Peregrine wrote:Writer Aatish Taseer loses OCI status, govt says he hid info on Pakistani father -TNN

HIGHLIGHTS

- Aatish Taseer’s Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) status was canceled on Thursday, following a statement by the home ministry

- The MHA said, “Taseer was given the opportunity to submit his reply/objections regarding his PIO/OCI cards, but he failed to dispute the notice"


NEW DELHI: Author Aatish Taseer’s Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) status was canceled on Thursday, following a statement by the home ministry that he had suppressed information that his late father was of Pakistani origin.”


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Karma is a bitch... This paki got me suspended on twitter for calling him a PAKI. Good riddance!! Govt should permanently blacklist this low lifer from entering into our country.

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Postby nandakumar » 08 Nov 2019 10:12

Mort Walker wrote:
ArjunPandit wrote:Interesting..ODwyer, sounds like Irish. I have always found Irishmen nicer than brits, good to keep this past in mind.


That is correct. The Irish didn’t become independent until 1921. The Jallianwalah Bagh massacre happened in 1919. Irish officers were part of the British empire.

Someone in civil service told me that the Lt Governor initiated departmental action against Reginald Dwyer for excessive use of force at Jalianwala Baug and was sent back to England as a punishment. But it was the Lt Governor who was shot dead by Indian revolutionaries.

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Postby KLNMurthy » 08 Nov 2019 10:36

SBajwa wrote:
nam wrote:How did the taser dude get the OCI in the first place? when every tom dick and harry knew his father was a Pakistani.



IAS babus are idiots!! IAS system needs to be disbanded and replaced with much fewer people.
Why are there still jobs for stenographers and typists? IAS are lazy idiots good for nothing! they will not get a job in rest of the world .

No doubt, when he applied, he was advised to simply leave out that information and the babus in charge will simply "go by the book" and make their decision based strictly on what was stated in the form. In fact, there would have been no reason to assume that babus concerned would have been familiar with taseer's writings.

Or, being as well-connected and highly-connected as he is, the application was just "taken care of" by some senior babu at the request of Mummy Tavleen.

(The beauty of getting away with this kind of omission and lying on immigration forms--in the US, and it seems, in India, is that, thereafter, your b&lls are forever in the grip of the babus, who are probably not as stupid as they look.)

Incidentally, taseer's sh&@tting on his motherland is not a matter of what happened this year. Several years ago, around July 4th, he published an op-ed in WSJ celebrating his US citizenship, and expressing gratitude to US for the fact that he could marry the man of his choice, and how India was ever so backward and primitive for not affording him the same facility. He kvetched at length about the time, when, according to him, he was entering India on his PIO card, and the immigration official made sneering insinuations about his homosexuality.

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Postby KLNMurthy » 08 Nov 2019 10:39

sanjaykumar wrote:Eh?


There are no illegitimate children, only illegitimate parents.

True, but Aatish Ali Taseer is a ba&$/rd nevertheless.

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Postby KLNMurthy » 08 Nov 2019 10:41

sanjaykumar wrote:What is it about him being gay that is of anybody else's business?

Please read my post. He used his gayness to gratuitously s&$t on my motherland. That makes it my business.

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Postby Mort Walker » 08 Nov 2019 10:42

Michael O'Dwyer was the Lt. Governor of Punjab in 1919 who told General Reginald Dyer to take action. Udham Singh assassinated O'Dwyer in 1940 London at Westminster.

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Postby Rsatchi » 08 Nov 2019 11:45

KLNMurthy wrote:
sanjaykumar wrote:What is it about him being gay that is of anybody else's business?

Please read my post. He used his gayness to gratuitously s&$t on my motherland. That makes it my business.
https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/ind ... 961007.cms
How the heck did this happen??
If I ask for OCI I am asked to prove the ID of Grand-dad and grand-mammy!!!
How the %$£** did this half-pissfuls acquire OCI card!!!
Who gave the clearance.
Now revoking would appear as 'revenge politics' as the opposition n his mammy would likely to claim
She will go to town with this and get her LOOTY-N Liberandus media to holler
In the same vein a pooch: what is Sania Mirza's son's nationality???
Should we ask or it is too sensitive to ask??? any opinion as to what the nationality law says on this?
Does Indian nationality accorded by birth or are there any restrictions!!!
Any legal-eagle on the forum??
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Postby Rony » 08 Nov 2019 11:49

Aatish Taseer and his cheerleaders go loco: Here is how they are lying and deceiving about him losing his OCI

While the MHA statement only came yesterday after The Print published conjecture about Taseer’s OCI being cancelled for a critical article he had written in May in TIME, the saga began in September 2019 as Taseer admits in his article today. In the article headlined “I am Indian. Why is the Government Sending Me Into Exile?”, Aatish Taseer makes no rebuttal of the claim itself. Not once, in his article or on Twitter has Aatish disputed the claim that he concealed the fact that his father was a Pakistani.

While Taseer’s silence on the matter is a clear indication that he indeed did not mention material facts in his OCI application, he has today taken to TIME to write an article full of conjectures, victim playing and over-all lies to claim that the Modi government is somehow being vindictive for an article he wrote back in May.

What Sushant wilfully forgets is that Adnan Sami gave up his Pakistani citizenship to take Indian citizenship while Aatish Taseer wants to flaunt his British citizenship and then claim, that in contravention of the law, he has a right to hold the OCI card. What Sami did was legal. He gave up his Pakistani passport to apply to become an Indian citizen. What Aatish Taseer wants is the privilege of holding an OCI card, while remaining British citizenship in contravention of the law that makes him ineligible for OCI in the first place.

There were several others who made similar arguments, but the crux of the issue remained strikingly the same – ‘Aatish serves our purpose. Leave him alone and let him break the law!’ Unfortunately for the Lutyens cabal, that they are the “English speaking elite”, as Aatish himself puts it, doesn’t make them eligible to break the laws. That they consider themselves above the unwashed masses, doesn’t make them special. That their coterie assumes to rule the narrative, doesn’t mean anything when it comes to cold, hard facts. Aatish Taseer’s Hinduphobia, while grotesque was not the reason his OCI is being cancelled. Aatish Tasser’s call for Muslims to unite is not why he is put through his inevitable fate. That he wrote a lie-laden article, is not the reason either. If it were, there would be no five-star journalists left in India. Aatish Taseer is not eligible for OCI because his father was a Pakistani and on top of that, he concealed that fact. That a Hinduphobic Islamist’s OCI is being cancelled, is just a bonus – an unintended one.

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Postby nam » 08 Nov 2019 15:10

Peregrine wrote:More importantly Salman Taseer never married Aatish Taseer's Mother Ms. Tavleen Singh i.e. Aatish is an Illegitimate Male Offspring of a Single Mother!

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He goes around with his father's surname. So that is as official it gets.

He cannot say, he picked the surname on his own choice.

So he got his previous OCI/PIO bypassing the rules, using the friends in the delhi circuit. Fundamentally a immigration fraud.

The whole article writing and crying.. is to prevent GoI from black listing him from entry to India.

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Postby yensoy » 08 Nov 2019 17:04

nam wrote:
Peregrine wrote:More importantly Salman Taseer never married Aatish Taseer's Mother Ms. Tavleen Singh i.e. Aatish is an Illegitimate Male Offspring of a Single Mother!
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He goes around with his father's surname. So that is as official it gets.


Of all the things that are out of whack with his story beginning from the circumstances of his birth, I could never understand this one. Honouring an individual whose only contribution was to seduce his mum with some ordoo shayri; and then to disown the child he had helped create. If this isn't Pakpasandi, I don't know what is.

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Postby Peregrine » 08 Nov 2019 17:08

Peregrine wrote:Writer Aatish Taseer loses OCI status, govt says he hid info on Pakistani father -TNN

HIGHLIGHTS

- Aatish Taseer’s Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) status was canceled on Thursday, following a statement by the home ministry

- The MHA said, “Taseer was given the opportunity to submit his reply/objections regarding his PIO/OCI cards, but he failed to dispute the notice"


NEW DELHI: Author Aatish Taseer’s Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) status was canceled on Thursday, following a statement by the home ministry that he had suppressed information that his late father was of Pakistani origin.”

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ritesh wrote:Karma is a bitch... This paki got me suspended on twitter for calling him a PAKI. Good riddance!! Govt should permanently blacklist this low lifer from entering into our country.
Peregrine wrote:More importantly Salman Taseer never married Aatish Taseer's Mother Ms. Tavleen Singh i.e. Aatish is an Illegitimate Male Offspring of a Single Mother!

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nam wrote:He goes around with his father's surname. So that is as official it gets.

He cannot say, he picked the surname on his own choice.

So he got his previous OCI/PIO bypassing the rules, using the friends in the delhi circuit. Fundamentally a immigration fraud.

The whole article writing and crying.. is to prevent GoI from black listing him from entry to India.
ritesh Ji & nam Ji :

The Illegitimate Male Offspring Aatish of a Single Mother cannot FORGET HIS MENTAL TORTURE AND JEERING BY HIS SIKH COUSINS, UNCLES & AUNTS :

Present In Our Memory Games A self-identifying, dispiriting tour of Islam's extremities inlaid with personal history - KHUSHWANT SINGH13 APRIL 2009

Aatish was brought up by Tavleen’s parents and spent his childhood with his Sikh cousins. The discovery of his being different from them makes amusing reading. One afternoon playing with his cousins he went to a quiet corner of the garden to empty his bladder. A cousin who joined him to do the same stared at Aatish’s penis with awe and wonder. He came back to announce to his assembly of uncles and aunts: "Aatish ka susu nanga hai!" They broke into hysterics. He was the only boy in the family who had been circumcised. He was Muslim.

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Re: Terroristan - May 1, 2019

Postby Vikas » 08 Nov 2019 17:30

Why is Aatish Taseer, a British national crying hoarse. OCI card is a privilege and not a right.
He can next time apply for Indian visa and come over (If visa gets approved).

If such a famous person with famous parents can get OCI card despite Paki father, I wonder how many others are there with similar connection and OCI card.

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Re: Terroristan - May 1, 2019

Postby anishns » 08 Nov 2019 17:39

Following is an article by the same Aatish Taseer during the scamgress days
https://www.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424052702304911104576445862242908294
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Though my father's attitude went down well in Pakistan, it had caused considerable tension between us. I am half-Indian, raised in Delhi by my Indian mother: India is a country that I consider my own.


As for his paki father....all I can say is that, the only good paki is a dead paki...

"Why does India make fools of themselves messing in space technology? Stick 2 bollywood my advice." - Salman Taseer

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Re: Terroristan - May 1, 2019

Postby Parasu » 08 Nov 2019 20:51

Pakistan has been trying to cover up the latest Polio outbreak.
Dangerous "eradicated" polio strain this time.
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2019/1 ... radicated/

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Re: Terroristan - May 1, 2019

Postby nvishal » 08 Nov 2019 21:08

Jr taseer is not gay. He was engaged to a firangi girl but they broke off. He spent his early years in the UK. Then some years in India. He was trying to get US citizenship for long time. He then became gay(or claims to) and soon got his US visa. I don't think he is gay.

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Re: Terroristan - May 1, 2019

Postby Rsatchi » 08 Nov 2019 21:23

https://theprint.in/opinion/aatish-tase ... ry/317598/
Loji Couptaji adding his Do-Paisa to the 'Back seat Driver' saga( and may I add I not Homophobic :(( :(( )
He seems to draw a line between Liberal Pakistani(a sure Oxymoron if there is one) :lol: and a Right wing Pakistani
And laying all blame at Gen Z's door!!
Right/Centrist/Left all terrorsitanis have only one aim 'Green flag on Dilli ke fort pe'!! :roll:

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Re: Terroristan - May 1, 2019

Postby Rsatchi » 08 Nov 2019 21:39

‘The government has cut me off from my country’ http://a.msn.com/01/en-gb/BBWtlCv?ocid=se
Loji Half-Pissfuls is now complaining to the Britshits and I don't know if he is going to ask 'Mallika-e-UK' to use her influence with NaMo(given that he gets free entry to Buck.... Palace) :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Re: Terroristan - May 1, 2019

Postby chetak » 08 Nov 2019 22:24

His full name is aatish ali taseer.

some paki pasand twitterati bumpkin accused the GoI of playing up his muslim identity. Where was any iota doubt ever left as to what he was.

his lootyens connections undoubtedly got him the OCI card.

If that is his name, then what's wrong in saying it.

with such a name, they must have also taken the knife to him. :mrgreen:

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Re: Terroristan - May 1, 2019

Postby Rsatchi » 08 Nov 2019 22:29

chetak wrote:His full name is aatish ali taseer.

some paki pasand twitterati bumpkin accused the GoI of playing up his muslim identity. Where was any iota doubt ever left as to what he was.

his lootyens connections undoubtedly got him the OCI card.

If that is his name, then what's wrong in saying it.

with such a name, they must have also taken the knife to him. :mrgreen:

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See Peregrineji' post:
Aatish Ka susu nanga hai!! :lol: :lol:
If he was brought up by mother then she willingly brought him as a 'pissful'
Maybe still pining for the 'forbidden fruit' so to speak with her decision to sharpen the 'pencil' :rotfl:
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Re: Terroristan - May 1, 2019

Postby Vikas » 08 Nov 2019 22:30

How was he traveling to India before OCI Card ?
He can use the same route.

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Re: Terroristan - May 1, 2019

Postby Rsatchi » 08 Nov 2019 22:35

Vikas wrote:How was he traveling to India before OCI Card ?
He can use the same route.

Maybe applying for visa but now the cat is 'out of the bag' getting visitor visa is going to be difficult.
I know this for a fact as Paki-doctors find it very difficult to attend conferences in India even though they have 'Mallika-e-UK' signed passport :D

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Re: Terroristan - May 1, 2019

Postby KLNMurthy » 08 Nov 2019 22:56

Vikas wrote:How was he traveling to India before OCI Card ?
He can use the same route.

Maybe not. Lying on the form can also get you blacklisted.

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Re: Terroristan - May 1, 2019

Postby Rsatchi » 08 Nov 2019 23:16

https://t.co/jgQGzwf2D1?amp=1
And here it is straight from the horse's mouth(in this case I leave it pretty much to your imagination!!)
Gleeful at last he has a green card and 'ungli dikana' to India!!!

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Re: Terroristan - May 1, 2019

Postby saip » 08 Nov 2019 23:26

Why is his green card valid only for TWO years? Is it because it is derived through his US Wife (he is not gay?) ? If he divorced her before GC became permanent then his GC would be kaput. So, does he still have GC?


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