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Postby Sachin » 25 Aug 2020 19:25

The mysterious case of mysterious fire at Secretariat...
Fire at Kerala Secretariat; files destroyed. The fire was at the Chief Protocol Officer's office. As per Malayalam news reports there were irregularities in the working of some of the officials in this department. It was this office which flouted rules and allowed the ministers and other GoKL officials to directly interact with the UAE Consulate staff. One of the staff concerned was actually removed; only to be placed back as the Jt. Chief Protocol Officer (which was actually a promotion). The reappointment of the official was to be done at the behest of a minister K.T Jaleel whose dealings with UAE consulate is being already investigated.

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Postby chetak » 30 Aug 2020 01:31

Sachin wrote:Centre intervenes in Life Mission project, seeks report from state govt. Better late than never; GoI is taking cognizance of various deals which GoKL initiated with foreign organisations byepassing the norms and policies.


we need a similar law in India to scuttle these crooked and devious commies who act as if they are running an independent country of their own instead of a small state in sovereign India :mrgreen:

also we need to regulate many of these "universities" which have directly entered into MOUs and agreements with foreign entities without the approval of the GoI.

It's high time for the GoI to get rid of all the 9 or so confucius institutes being run by the chinese in various universities in India too


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Postby vijayk » 01 Sep 2020 03:58



This video in twlugu talks about Vaiko changing his tune respecting Hindu religion and all David Ian parties in TN changing from anri--Hindu to pro or neutral even if BJP is not getting into power in TN. He says this is due to power of BJP and the TN now giving voice to Hindu. The people who put chappals around Gamesha and mockingly pray ravan are forced to change.

I dont follow TN very well. Can anyone from there comment?

If true, this is collateral advantage of Hindu consolidation.

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Postby Mollick.R » 01 Sep 2020 13:28

Banking Central | Another ‘Popular’ story goes bust in Kerala as greed traps gullible investors again

In Kerala, firms that charge exorbitant rates from gullible but helpless borrowers are called ‘blade companies’ or ‘blade mafia’. It is fair to say Popular Finance, which duped gullible investors, was one such firm.

What happened?

The firm no longer has the money to repay their depositors on maturity, allegedly due to the fraud perpetrated by promoters. Across India, more than 200 cases have been filed by several depositors. The promoters of the firm, Thomas Daniel and his wife Prabha Thomas Daniel, were arrested over the week-end. Daniel’s daughters, Rinu Mariam Thomas and Riya Ann Thomas too were arrested by Police from Delhi airport as the duo were trying to escape abroad.

What is Popular Finance?

It all started in 1965 as a local chit fund in Vakayar, a sleepy town in Pathanamthitta district of Kerala by one TK Daniel and his family. The chit fund soon grew to a moneylender and gold loan lender. When T K Daniel handed over the reins to his son, Thomas, who was far more ambitious and aggressive than his father, the operations expanded rapidly even outside the state.

But, so far, investigations have revealed that a fraud worth almost Rs 2,000 crore has been committed by the family which ran the Popular finance

All in the family
Information available so far by investigators reveal that Popular Finance was largely run as a family concern even when the firm dealt with crores of public deposits. The trust built among the common public by customers were grossly misused to raise large amount of public deposits and move it to personal benami investments by the Daniel family to investments in Australia. There were at least 21 companies that were formed as limited liability partnerships under Popular brand, many operating without necessary approvals. When the tide turned, the company plunged to severe financial crisis and failed to repay many investors, leading to panic. The exact reasons for this are not yet known. The findings of a detailed probe is awaited. Since the money invested in overseas assets, the investors may have to wait to get their money back.


Full more here............
https://www.moneycontrol.com/news/business/banking-central-another-popular-story-goes-bust-in-kerala-as-greed-traps-gullible-investors-again-5778651.html

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Postby Mollick.R » 01 Sep 2020 13:34

More News Articles on the Kerala Based Chit Fund Popular Finance Scam...........


Popular Finance fraud case: Owners invested crores in Australia
https://english.mathrubhumi.com/news/kerala/popular-finance-fraud-case-owners-invested-crores-in-australia-1.5018500


Conspiracy behind Popular Finance scam hatched by daughters of company owners, reveals police
https://english.mathrubhumi.com/news/crime-beat/conspiracy-behind-popular-finance-scam-hatched-by-daughters-of-company-owners-reveals-police-1.5016171


Popular Finance fraud: Court attaches office after complaints of owners absconding with investors' money
https://www.timesnownews.com/business-economy/companies/article/popular-finance-fraud-court-attaches-office-after-complaints-of-owners-absconding-with-investors-money/644209

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Postby darshan » 05 Sep 2020 04:10

Chennai Temple’s Land Restored From Mosque Committee After 20 Years Of Struggle, District Collector Silent Over Missing Pond
https://swarajyamag.com/heritage/chenna ... ssing-pond

The Chennai Collector has retrieved oven 10 acres of land belong to the Arulmigu Sundara Varadharaja Perumal temple in the Virugambakkam locality from a local mosque committee after over 20 years struggle by devotees and temple activists.

However, the collector has not responded to a plea to retrieve a pond of the temple that could have occupied nearly 2.5 acres.

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Postby darshan » 06 Sep 2020 20:05

Kerala: Coronavirus positive patient raped by ambulance driver en route to hospital
https://www.opindia.com/2020/09/kerala- ... ce-driver/
According to the reports, the ambulance driver identified as Noufal, who hails from Alappuzha district, was part of the state health department’s 108 ambulance service. Noufal picked up two coronavirus patients in an ambulance, who were to be dropped to two different hospitals.

Reportedly, Noufal dropped the first patient to a local hospital and took the girl to a lonely place and raped her. Later, the patient reached the hospital and narrated the incident to the hospital staff. The hospital staff soon informed the police. A medical examination of the victim has confirmed rape.

Rape accused Noufal also wanted in a murder case

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Postby SRoy » 06 Sep 2020 23:03

^^
Most progressive state in God's own country continues it's glorious march ahead.

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Postby chetak » 06 Sep 2020 23:46

Sep 06, 2020,

The Excise special squad on Sunday seized around 600 kg of ganja worth Rs 20 crore from a container lorry near Korani in Attingal in Kerala's Thiruvananthapuram district. Two youths have been arrested. The ganja was brought to Thiruvananthapuram from Mysuru


https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/videos/city/kochi/kerala-huge-haul-of-ganja-in-attingal-600-kg-seized/videoshow/77962466.cms

these guys don't do things in small measures, smuggling hundreds of kgs of gold earlier and now ganja, may be the same gang is involved in both the enterprises :mrgreen:

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Postby chetak » 08 Sep 2020 22:47

Justice V. Parthiban makes landmark observations, says ‘bursting of crackers is an integral part of Diwali festival’:Read details


parts of the learned judges verdict reads as below.

It would be appropriate to extract the relevant portion of this 30-page, 24-para order dated 05/09/2020, made in A.Balaji v. The Chairman, TN Uniformed Services Recruitment Board, Chennai, to communicate the lovely message from a Constitutional Court, which is long overdue, with regard to the bursting of crackers during Diwali – which is seemingly an offence under Section 285, IPC, even when it is meant to be in celebration of the festival in the most harmless way, with no intent whatsoever to endanger human life or cause hurt or injury to any person.


‘The broad contours of the above Section ( 285 IPC) may appear to be having criminal element, nevertheless, this Court cannot shut its eyes to the facts of this case which attracted the mischief of the above provision. Mere bursting of crackers by an individual that too during festival time, can be termed as a criminal offence at all, is for the competent Court to decide. However, for the purpose of the issues on hand, can the incident land the petitioner in an irretrievable situation, wherein he is debarred from seeking recruitment to the Police Force by applying the so-called strict standards of discipline and a high degree of integrity. In this regard, the submissions made by the learned Additional Advocate General may look attractive, apparently though. But the said submission pales into insignificance when the facts of this case are juxtaposed to the application of the Rule with the fossilized mindset of the jaded authority. It looks like, the Recruitment Board is only looking for candidates conforming to the Victorian standards of conduct and discipline. Such utopian expectation is a matter of pretentious and wishful idealism, divorced from mundane pragmatism. Bursting of crackers is an integral part of the Diwali festival, having its roots to a hoary and hallowed civilization unique to this land, and is celebrated by all age groups across the nation with great fervour and ardour. If the display of festive mood and exhilaration during the celebration would amount to attracting disqualification in the understanding of the authority, it only exposes his hollowness and in that view of the matter, the rejection is nothing but a caricaturing of fair play in administrative action.’



The Hon’ble Supreme Court has succinctly observed in paragraph 37 in the above-referred decision, that McCarthyism ought not to be adopted by the authority in the exercise of the power. Therefore, the suppression per se is not to be treated as a criminal intent to withhold information and authorities are expected to draw a significant line as to when the suppression is material and when the same is immaterial in the larger perspective of things, as outlined by the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India. The authority is not expected to be very officious and wooden in his approach when the fundamental right of the petitioner is involved in seeking an opportunity for employment in public service. Adopting an unwanted sanctimonious approach in the present consideration, in the opinion of this Court, is nothing but a display of poor sagacity by the officialdom. Therefore, as reasoned by the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India, there has to be a proper reconciliation of various factors without being pigeonholed into a stereo-typed and cliched discharge of the discretion. On the other hand, the exercise of power, in the given circumstances, reflecting a larger understanding of the contemporary contextual social-mores would enhance the prestige of the good governance, in securing the ends of its objectivity.



Once, admittedly, the competent authority is clothed with the ultimate responsibility of assessing the suitability of the candidates, when such responsibility is discharged in a particular manner to the detriment of the candidates, the onus shifts on this Court to review the decision taken by the authority, on the touchstone of fair play and good conscience. So much so this Court, while undertaking such review of the impugned action of the fourth respondent, primarily finds that the impugned decision is the result of the callous and apathetic application of the Rule as mentioned in the impugned order in so far as the case on hand is concerned. Sticking to the rigours of the letter of the Rule than to the spirit of the Regulation for which it was intended and enacted is a poor reflection of tunnel vision of officious disposition.


This Court is conscious of, of course, the objective of the relevant Rule is intended to weed out the elements with criminal antecedents, involved in serious criminal offences, to protect the Police Force from infiltration of such creepy elements. The intention apart, in the matter of implementation of the Rule in the given situation, the authority expected to act wisely and judiciously. The authority cannot blindfold himself and implement the Rule unmindful of the fact situation, allowing the vice of arbitrariness to take precedence in the decision-making process, exposing the eventual decision to judicial interference. The authority notwithstanding the Rule is empowered to assess the suitability of the candidate concerned, in a given situation, in furtherance of the spirit of the Rule and such discretion cannot be discharged uniformly across the Board, although the Rules are meant to be applied uniformly to all persons, the uniformity requirement in the decision making the process of the authority is meant to be applied in homogeneous circumstances and not in respect of dissimilar situations across the spectrum as reasoned by the Hon’ble Supreme Court in the “Avtar Singh’s case (cited supra). It will be a travesty of justice if the authority who is invested with the power of deciding the suitability of the candidates embarks upon painting all the candidates with the same brush. Such exercise of power with mindless uniformity would only lead to a miscarriage of justice. The discretion so vested under the Rule and the leverage provided would then become inane and pointless.

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Re: Kerala, Andhra and Tamil Nadu - news and strategy thread From Xian Andhra!

Postby sreerudra » 09 Sep 2020 09:08

https://www.hindustantimes.com/india-ne ... 0oLlO.html

The Government is trying to prove that some mentally unstable scape-goats while too much conversion of low-caste cadre is threatening the existence of Hinduism. AP is becoming another West Bengal.

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Postby darshan » 09 Sep 2020 18:40

How Rs 110 Crore From PM Kisan Scheme Was Swindled In Tamil Nadu Through 5 Lakh Fake Beneficiaries
https://swarajyamag.com/news-brief/how- ... eficiaries
Unscrupulous elements in Tamil Nadu have swindled about Rs 110 crore from the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi or the PM Kisan Scheme through fake beneficiaries in a scam that could have far-reaching implications.

If reports of the scandal are to be believed, at least 5 lakh false entries have been made, perhaps indicating that lakhs of people may be involved in this.

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Postby Sachin » 10 Sep 2020 11:23

Kerala & Karnataka: Gold smuggling & drug rackets
The Gold smuggling case through Thiruvananthapuram airport now seems to have been placed on the back burner, but the latest reports are on the drug racket busts at Bangalore and the Kerala connections. There is a high chance that the drug peddlers and the gold smugglers are all 'ഒരമ്മ പെറ്റ മക്കൾ’ (i.e children of the same mother). Money through drug sales could be taken through hawala route to buy Gold and then smuggle it in back to India. Pretty much every central government agency is now behind the drug dealers and the gold smugglers; including Customs & Central Excise, DRI, ED and the NIA.

Gold smuggling: ED lets off Bineesh Kodiyeri after 11 hours of quizzing.
Bengaluru drug case: Bineesh Kodiyeri questioned by ED for 11 hours.
This person - Bineesh - is the son of CPI(M) leader Kodiyeri Balakrishnan. He and his brother have been involved in pretty much any shady deal which has surfaced in the recent times. The two are also said to be CxO level 'officials' in some Middle east based business establishments run by commie-friendly businessmen :roll:. The other brother also had landed in trouble after his 'wife' (a peacefool woman who was a bar dancer) filed a case for him to pay alimony. Now it has come out that Bineesh Kodiyeri was involved in registering shell companies and also financing the drug peddlers in Bangalore, as well as having business dealing with the gold smugglers in Kerala.

Bollywood, Sandalwood in drugs scandal, will Mollywood be next?
Black money allegations: Special Branch seeks info on Malayalam movies.
Perhaps to give a feeling that they are not left behind, and they are still relevant; Kerala Police's Special Branch has now started enquiries on the financing of certain Malayalam films over the last few years. The Mumbai filmdom happenings and the shenanigans of Shiv Sena, gives me a feeling that there is also a pan-India move happening against anti-national elements involved in smuggling and drug trade. The central agencies do seem to be working with close coordination.

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Postby OmkarC » 11 Sep 2020 12:39

sreerudra wrote:https://www.hindustantimes.com/india-news/temple-chariot-gutted-in-fire-in-andhra-s-antarvedi-protests-follow/story-G7pWxkARxY5Z6hvQ60oLlO.html

The Government is trying to prove that some mentally unstable scape-goats while too much conversion of low-caste cadre is threatening the existence of Hinduism. AP is becoming another West Bengal.



Too little coverage of this issue is appalling..this was a beautiful radhum (Rath), made of pure Teak wood over 60 years ago at a cost of over 94 Lakhs. The sentimental value it carried was immense for the locals.

This seems to be a targeted attempt to bring down an iconic Hindu religious symbol.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VenVY2dNjkg

And this is not an isolated incident, despite what MSM says:

Jan'2020 : 23 idols from 6 Hindu temples were vandalized including Hanuman, Durga, etc. Police dismissed that as a "random, isolated incident caused by some mentally unstable person".

Feb'2020: Goddess Durga's temple's main entrance (Mukha Dwaram) was vandalized/demolished the night before a regional festival.. Police didn't bother with any investigations.

Feb'2020: Lord Venkateswara's chariot was burnt to ashes... police say its a "random isolated incident caused by some mentally unstable person".

Sep'2020: The beautiful Lord Laxmi Narasimha's temple chariot has been burnt to ashes.. Police initially said it was "isolated incident by some miscreants" then switched to "some short circuit" and now say "some people tried to climb on the chariot to collect honey from a nearby tree and accidentally set fire to the chariot"...

Activism seems confined to the 1% BJP voting minority "radical, Hindu extremist" folks... So, forget there will ever be justice done here.. no chance a new radhum built at govt cost or perps even identified or having an end to these series of "stray accidents" with the cops giving their usual cocknbull stories to provide cover for the thugs (most likely from religion of love).

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Postby darshan » 11 Sep 2020 14:54

Govt paying for the cost can't replace craftsmanship that's probably gone long ago due to not having any continuation of chariot building over decades.

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Postby darshan » 11 Sep 2020 16:41

Step towards setting up kangaroo courts run by Sharia? Telangana Govt mulls giving Waqf Board far more power than it deserves: Details
https://www.opindia.com/2020/09/telanga ... entalists/

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Postby Srikanth P » 19 Sep 2020 19:32

https://indianexpress.com/article/india ... m-6601841/

This is where our country is heading. Shame we lelect these people.

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Postby Sachin » 21 Sep 2020 14:10

Kerala Gold Smuggling round up
CPM slams Kunhalikutty (of Muslim League) for his statement against UAE in gold smuggling case. The commies taking a holier than pope attitude and opining that bilateral relations between India and UAE would be jeopardized. Now, Kunhalikutty of the Muslim League is another worthy character.

Jehadi round up from Kerala
Al Qaeda module received financial support from Kerala: NIA NIA also believes that these people are dumbos and seems to be just working on the directions of another individual who is still behind the scene. NIA also suspects that these people are Bangladeshis.
Kerala turns safe zone for terrorists disguised as migrant workers. The Kerala Police just does not seem to have a concrete, long standing plan to deal with anti-national elements housed in the labour camps within the state. Maoists, Jehadis; all seem to have now made Kerala a safe hiding place with K.P usually remaining clueless.

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Postby chetak » 22 Sep 2020 01:09

why are the kerala comrades so angry about the passage of the APMC bill

There are no APMCs in Kerala, not even a single one and nor are the commies thinking of getting any APMCs.

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Postby chetak » 22 Sep 2020 01:16

why are the kerala comrades so angry about the passage of the APMC bill

There are no APMCs in Kerala, not even a single one, so are the commies thinking of getting any APMCs soon.

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Postby Sachin » 22 Sep 2020 19:01

chetak wrote:why are the kerala comrades so angry about the passage of the APMC bill

The commies have to protest on some thing or other, or else their existence as commies would become meaningless. Let Modi say that sun rises in the east, the commies would insist that it rises from the west. Also note that in KL there is lots of hullabulloo on terrorists getting picked up by NIA, and gold smuggling (and possible espionage) with even ministers getting involved. The commies desperately needs to deflect the attention else where.

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Postby rpartha » 23 Sep 2020 00:49

BJP in TN is going after DMK... getting their sitting MLAs and senior leaders to join the party... lot of news items on BJP now in news channels... both positive and negative... wondering when the 2G case will restart?

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Postby chetak » 23 Sep 2020 01:15

rpartha wrote:BJP in TN is going after DMK... getting their sitting MLAs and senior leaders to join the party... lot of news items on BJP now in news channels... both positive and negative... wondering when the 2G case will restart?


these DMK periarists are closet separatists and the BJP will shoot itself in both feet by giving these dravadian mafioso tickets to contest

the DMK guys who are willing to join the BJP are the ones who know that they will not get tickets from the DMK to contest elections again and so are looking for safe harbour.

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Postby darshan » 23 Sep 2020 01:25

There's no substitute for grassroots movement and ecosystem that believes in what the leadership is selling. Even in GJ, CR Patil has been assigned to just do that as more and more are noticing that their local BJP doesn't reflect what's being sold by the top.

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Postby rpartha » 23 Sep 2020 01:52

chetak wrote:
rpartha wrote:BJP in TN is going after DMK... getting their sitting MLAs and senior leaders to join the party... lot of news items on BJP now in news channels... both positive and negative... wondering when the 2G case will restart?


these DMK periarists are closet separatists and the BJP will shoot itself in both feet by giving these dravadian mafioso tickets to contest

the DMK guys who are willing to join the BJP are the ones who know that they will not get tickets from the DMK to contest elections again and so are looking for safe harbour.


Agree... but challenge for BJP is they dont have a face that can convert the sympathy towards the party to vote... also they need a voice... they need someone with good oratorial skill... but Maridhass channel has been a sensation...

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Postby Sachin » 26 Sep 2020 10:48

Meanwhile in Kerala....
ED registers case against Bineesh Kodiyeri.(s/o Kodiyeri Balakrishnan - CPI(M) leader).
{Kerala} Govt cornered as 4th central agency joins probe against it.
CBI begins probe into Life Mission's financial dealings with Dubai-based Red Crescent. It has been proven that GoKL did not inform or consult GoI when dealing with agencies from other countries. KL state acting like a state of some emirate in the Middle East has been a favourite theme of the commies.

And the much hyped (and BBC-supported) anti-COVID measures are also now faltering.
Kerala first in COVID-19 spread in India; daily cases may hit 10,000. Anti-COVID measures taken in the state during the early days were clearly used for propaganda purpose, which often also show cased other parts of India in poor light. Naturally agencies like BBC also supported this.

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Postby darshan » 28 Sep 2020 02:35

I bet this bunch would never march into home of a muslim youtuber.
Kerala: Women ‘activists’ attack YouTuber, pour motor oil on face for saying “Feminists do not wear underwear’
https://www.opindia.com/2020/09/women-a ... air-video/
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As the women attacked and screamed at him, Youtuber Nair, with folded hands, apologised to women for hurting them. The women ‘activists’ also asked him to delete the videos he has uploaded on his YouTube channel.

Meanwhile, a police complaint has been lodged against Nair at Thampanoor police station for defaming feminists in his video. Apparently, these three women ‘activists’ forcefully took away the laptop and other gadgets used by Nair to submit to the police station.
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Postby vinod » 28 Sep 2020 02:45

darshan wrote:I bet this bunch would never march into home of a muslim youtuber.
Kerala: Women ‘activists’ attack YouTuber, pour motor oil on face for saying “Feminists do not wear underwear’
https://www.opindia.com/2020/09/women-a ... air-video/
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As the women attacked and screamed at him, Youtuber Nair, with folded hands, apologised to women for hurting them. The women ‘activists’ also asked him to delete the videos he has uploaded on his YouTube channel.

Meanwhile, a police complaint has been lodged against Nair at Thampanoor police station for defaming feminists in his video. Apparently, these three women ‘activists’ forcefully took away the laptop and other gadgets used by Nair to submit to the police station.
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There is also a rumour this drama was scripted to divert attention away kodiyeris son. Anyway, people are disgusted at the state of affairs.

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Postby chetak » 28 Sep 2020 05:24

rpartha wrote:
chetak wrote:
these DMK periarists are closet separatists and the BJP will shoot itself in both feet by giving these dravadian mafioso tickets to contest

the DMK guys who are willing to join the BJP are the ones who know that they will not get tickets from the DMK to contest elections again and so are looking for safe harbour.


Agree... but challenge for BJP is they dont have a face that can convert the sympathy towards the party to vote... also they need a voice... they need someone with good oratorial skill... but Maridhass channel has been a sensation...


unfortunately, in some states, politicos think that it is their fundamental right to rape and pillage through public funds, grab land, plunder the masses, sell unlawful influence for a stiff commission and line their pockets, as well as, the pockets of their entire extended families.

no party is immune to such politically malignant predators, no matter where they come from or in which party they land up in.

and if you do get someone with good oratorial skills to join, it will only translate to a well spoken crook who will be eager to run up the same well trodden path with all financial gluttony that he can muster while using every means he can find to broaden the acquisitive malevolence at his command to maximize his returns.

and what's more, such people will expect the party at the center to fully "protect" them while they are out on such mercenary ventures.

the opposition parties have long been waiting for such people to join the ruling party and make a mess for the honest top leadership.

and in this state, it is very difficult to find honest and ideologically committed people as both these specific qualities seem to be mutually exclusive.

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Re: Kerala, Andhra and Tamil Nadu - news and strategy thread

Postby chetak » 28 Sep 2020 19:52

meanwhile, back at the vijayan ranch, matters seem to be taking a very different turn.............. :mrgreen:




More Trouble For Kerala Govt In Housing Project Case: Private Builder Replaced Govt-Approved Firm, CBI Unearths Evidence Of Commission


With the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) investigating the violation of Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act angle in Kerala’s prestigious LIFE Mission Housing Project, more embarrassing details about the state’s Left Democratic Front (LDF) government are coming to light.

Two crucial pieces of evidence that have come out now are that private housing construction firm Unitac replaced a government-approved company, Habitat, and Rs 3.5 crore was paid as 'commission' by Unitac to get the housing project contract at Wadakancherry near Thrissur.

Malayalam daily Malayala Manorama reported that Kochi-based Unitac Builders and Developers replaced Habitat, which was initially asked to prepare a housing project for Rs 15 crore.

Red Crescent of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), which extended funds for the project, had no clue on Unitac bagging the project.


Another major embarrassment for the Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPM) is that the number two in the Vijayan Cabinet and Industries Minister E P Jayarajan’s son is alleged to have got part of the commission.

Reports said the decision to take Unitac on board and leave out Habitat was taken by Life Mission, which is under the direct supervision of the State LDF government.

Causing more concern for the Vijayan government, the CBI has unearthed evidence from Unitac’s office of Rs 3.5 crore being paid as a 'commission'.

Unitac Managing Director Santhosh Eapen has reportedly told CBI authorities that the commission of Rs 3.5 crore was paid in foreign currencies to an Egyptian, Khalid Mohammed in thiruvananthapuram after his company bagged the contract.

Eapen told CBI that Khalid, an accountant at the UAE Consulate, promised to make more funds available if Unitac’s work at Wadakkancherry proves to be good.

Eapen had also deposited Rs 75 lakh in the account of a company run by Sandeep Nair and P S Sarith, the other prime accused in the gold smuggling case, on instructions from Swapna.

It has also now come to light that the funds for the LIFE Mission Housing Project had been brought into the country in the garb of flood relief.


NIA, ED and CBI are in full swing to unearth all details on the Kerala gold smuggling case and other fallouts from unearthing the gold smuggling racket.

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Re: Kerala, Andhra and Tamil Nadu - news and strategy thread

Postby rpartha » 29 Sep 2020 00:07

chetak wrote:
rpartha wrote:
Agree... but challenge for BJP is they dont have a face that can convert the sympathy towards the party to vote... also they need a voice... they need someone with good oratorial skill... but Maridhass channel has been a sensation...


unfortunately, in some states, politicos think that it is their fundamental right to rape and pillage through public funds, grab land, plunder the masses, sell unlawful influence for a stiff commission and line their pockets, as well as, the pockets of their entire extended families.

no party is immune to such politically malignant predators, no matter where they come from or in which party they land up in.

and if you do get someone with good oratorial skills to join, it will only translate to a well spoken crook who will be eager to run up the same well trodden path with all financial gluttony that he can muster while using every means he can find to broaden the acquisitive malevolence at his command to maximize his returns.

and what's more, such people will expect the party at the center to fully "protect" them while they are out on such mercenary ventures.

the opposition parties have long been waiting for such people to join the ruling party and make a mess for the honest top leadership.

and in this state, it is very difficult to find honest and ideologically committed people as both these specific qualities seem to be mutually exclusive.


Paradox??? Thought Rajini will have an alliance with BJP but looks like it may not be happening.... even if BJP doesnt come to power the main thing is DMK should not come to power...

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Re: Kerala, Andhra and Tamil Nadu - news and strategy thread

Postby arshyam » 29 Sep 2020 08:31

BJP has no chance, and per some indications, they may be throwing in the towel for the assembly elections. There were some recent reports of the BJP state level leadership issuing guidance to the party workers to not use EVR (Periyar) unnecessarily in debates, and to address him respectfully as Periyar and not by his name (E V Ramaswamy), followed by a few (unnecessary, IMO) positive comments about his so-called reforms. Per the journalist/political analyst Rangaraj Pandey, this could be due to a change in strategy being adopted by the state level leadership given that the past approach hasn't really worked. Of course, he is rightly critical of this move as the BJP would then dilute its own brand (such as it were) and would be playing on a weaker wicket against a stronger DMK who own the Periyar plank. Simple one-liner explanation: if the BJP is using the same Periyar-based argument, why would anyone vote for them instead of the DMK itself, given that the latter are anyway stronger and own the Periyar legacy from the beginning? For those who know Tamil, you can listen to Pandey's analysis here:



While I don't think BJP would actually adopt Periyar as an icon for their campaign (that would be incredibly stupid and send a middle finger signal to the cadres), Pandey is correct in speculating that the national level leadership of the BJP is also supportive of some change. IMHO, this is most likely to lay a pitch for both DMK and BJP to play together in a possible future alliance (difficult before the elections given the cadre-level animosity) or a tacit agreement for support in Parliament vs ceding space to the DMK at the state level.

I say this for two reasons:
  1. AIADMK is having problems - the dissension between EPS and OPS that was temporarily buried a few years ago is back out in the open now, and it does not look resolvable in the near term. If this continues till the elections, the electorate will vote them out due to apprehensions over stability (TN has always preferred stable governments). So the situation is ripe for Sasikala to ride in and take over the party, and she is due to be released anytime now. Some party workers are actually looking to her to resolve the feud and become some sort of high level margadarshak type (she cannot contest elections) so as to present a united front at the elections. BJP allying with a Sasikala-led AIADMK would diminish their chances even further, as it would seem that Modi is legitimizing Sasikala's position in the party for no real gains to the BJP itself. (The BJP is perceived to be the strongest party in the country today due to the Parliamentary strength, so whoever they align with would give a boost to that party)
  2. Rajini is a non-starter - he has been very quiet of late, and hasn't really announced his approach, given the elections are hardly 8 months away. If he is contesting, he needs to launch a party, get it organised, and find the right candidates, form alliances, etc. Lots of work, and he needs to do it fast - my guess is by Dec he has to be up and running. But so far, it's not clear what he is up to - but he has clearly indicated that he won't join the BJP and be his own boss. While I don't expect him to win, he'll make a difference to steer the state politics in a different direction, provided he actually jumps in.

So expect some sort of quasi-alliance or understanding to start emerging between the BJP and DMK, with the latter dominating at the state elections. For now, there will continue to be some pitch curing happening to enable this alliance down the road.

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Re: Kerala, Andhra and Tamil Nadu - news and strategy thread

Postby arshyam » 29 Sep 2020 08:51

^^ Now, there is actually no compulsion for the BJP to do anything for the assembly elections and simply bide their time and focus on building the party ground up in time for 2024. While slow, things are indeed changing positively as more and more people are questioning DMK's rank opportunism in opposing Modi and his policies, disinfo about which is slowly fading away. So an alliance, however tacit, would actually work against the BJP as they would now be tarred with the same brush as the DMK. It would also severely demotivate independent people like Maridhas who have been taking the fight to the DMK in the online space (one should see the viewership numbers on his Youtube channel to get a sense of his following) and set back the nationalist political plank by a decade. It would also rejuvenate the DMK and its corrupt leaders and provide a stronger base for the khangi establishment to fight back. All in all, any BJP-DMK understanding is full of negatives for the BJP.

Of course, this could be a deep play to allow Rajini to grow by sacrificing the BJP itself in TN, since its brand is not working, and Rajini would bring in a similar nationalist political plank. As a deep chankian theory, it is nice, but is it practical? Rajini is too old already for a sustained political campaign, and the days of cinema stars storming to power are over. At best, he'd win a few seats and split the votes, but that's pretty much it, at least for this assembly election. In fact, his presence will cannibalize votes from the AIADMK and perhaps strengthen the DMK's hand.

Or is the BJP is looking for support at the centre (especially RS, where DMK has 7 seats as opposed to the AIADMK's 9) for some upcoming reforms? What significant reforms are left? UCC, and what else?

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Re: Kerala, Andhra and Tamil Nadu - news and strategy thread

Postby hnair » 29 Sep 2020 08:53

Facepalm moment in Kerala:

New post a recognition for minorities: Abdullakutty

First Innings: BJP appoints Alphonse Kannanthanam as Union Minister for State
Reputation and influence: The xtians consider him a joker, no bishop likes him or hangs around when he was union minister - and the frocked-oldies love to pose around with ministers! And he is a bonafide joker, with very poor vocabulary and even poor sense of humor. His groveling in front of a nobody in political space like Mammooty, just before 2019 elections was sad to watch.
Number of minority votes gained by BJP in Kerala: 0
Number of regular votes lost by BJP in Kerala due to minority appeasement: a few percentage points

Second Innings: BJP appoints this Abdullakutty as a national Vice-President
Reputation and influence: Chap has a certain reputation of pawing at the opposite gender. The solar case dame has given explicit details about their escapades together. No ROPer has ever claimed "I will listen to Abdulakutty", not even the ones with substance addiction issues.
Number of minority votes gained by BJP in Kerala: 0
Number of regular votes going to be lost by BJP in Kerala due to minority appeasement: a few more percentage points

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Re: Kerala, Andhra and Tamil Nadu - news and strategy thread

Postby rpartha » 29 Sep 2020 11:32

arshyam wrote:BJP has no chance, and per some indications, they may be throwing in the towel for the assembly elections. There were some recent reports of the BJP state level leadership issuing guidance to the party workers to not use EVR (Periyar) unnecessarily in debates, and to address him respectfully as Periyar and not by his name (E V Ramaswamy), followed by a few (unnecessary, IMO) positive comments about his so-called reforms. Per the journalist/political analyst Rangaraj Pandey, this could be due to a change in strategy being adopted by the state level leadership given that the past approach hasn't really worked. Of course, he is rightly critical of this move as the BJP would then dilute its own brand (such as it were) and would be playing on a weaker wicket against a stronger DMK who own the Periyar plank. Simple one-liner explanation: if the BJP is using the same Periyar-based argument, why would anyone vote for them instead of the DMK itself, given that the latter are anyway stronger and own the Periyar legacy from the beginning? For those who know Tamil, you can listen to Pandey's analysis here:



While I don't think BJP would actually adopt Periyar as an icon for their campaign (that would be incredibly stupid and send a middle finger signal to the cadres), Pandey is correct in speculating that the national level leadership of the BJP is also supportive of some change. IMHO, this is most likely to lay a pitch for both DMK and BJP to play together in a possible future alliance (difficult before the elections given the cadre-level animosity) or a tacit agreement for support in Parliament vs ceding space to the DMK at the state level.

I say this for two reasons:
  1. AIADMK is having problems - the dissension between EPS and OPS that was temporarily buried a few years ago is back out in the open now, and it does not look resolvable in the near term. If this continues till the elections, the electorate will vote them out due to apprehensions over stability (TN has always preferred stable governments). So the situation is ripe for Sasikala to ride in and take over the party, and she is due to be released anytime now. Some party workers are actually looking to her to resolve the feud and become some sort of high level margadarshak type (she cannot contest elections) so as to present a united front at the elections. BJP allying with a Sasikala-led AIADMK would diminish their chances even further, as it would seem that Modi is legitimizing Sasikala's position in the party for no real gains to the BJP itself. (The BJP is perceived to be the strongest party in the country today due to the Parliamentary strength, so whoever they align with would give a boost to that party)
  2. Rajini is a non-starter - he has been very quiet of late, and hasn't really announced his approach, given the elections are hardly 8 months away. If he is contesting, he needs to launch a party, get it organised, and find the right candidates, form alliances, etc. Lots of work, and he needs to do it fast - my guess is by Dec he has to be up and running. But so far, it's not clear what he is up to - but he has clearly indicated that he won't join the BJP and be his own boss. While I don't expect him to win, he'll make a difference to steer the state politics in a different direction, provided he actually jumps in.

So expect some sort of quasi-alliance or understanding to start emerging between the BJP and DMK, with the latter dominating at the state elections. For now, there will continue to be some pitch curing happening to enable this alliance down the road.


If BJP ties up with DMK either directly or indirectly, then BJP is gone forever... BJP support base has common resonance with ADMK and if it ties up then BJP will lose that thereby helping DMK and ADMK... as of now BJP is not in a position to contest alone and they need ADMK to win few seats... I agree with Pandey, if BJP tries to take Periyar, it will only backfire and in turn will help DMK... I thought all these talks about BJP and DMK tie up comes from DMK camp to bring in hindu voters for them but if it is true then not good... esp after Kandha sashti issue, BJP gained traction even in rural areas...

For Rajini, if he comes he will be one of the player to assist BJP (and ADMK if the tie up is there). I am not sure whether he is interested in contesting and forming the govt...

I am not sure about numbers in rajya Saba theory... you cant give up a state that too a critical one just for few seats in RS. They anyway have cases against them so why not use it against them. But that is what perplexes me - why BJP is not initiating 2G case... this is the only issue which makes me think that there might be a secret tie up between DMK and BJP..

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Re: Kerala, Andhra and Tamil Nadu - news and strategy thread

Postby chetak » 29 Sep 2020 12:56

rpartha wrote:
arshyam wrote:BJP has no chance, and per some indications, they may be throwing in the towel for the assembly elections. There were some recent reports of the BJP state level leadership issuing guidance to the party workers to not use EVR (Periyar) unnecessarily in debates, and to address him respectfully as Periyar and not by his name (E V Ramaswamy), followed by a few (unnecessary, IMO) positive comments about his so-called reforms. Per the journalist/political analyst Rangaraj Pandey, this could be due to a change in strategy being adopted by the state level leadership given that the past approach hasn't really worked. Of course, he is rightly critical of this move as the BJP would then dilute its own brand (such as it were) and would be playing on a weaker wicket against a stronger DMK who own the Periyar plank. Simple one-liner explanation: if the BJP is using the same Periyar-based argument, why would anyone vote for them instead of the DMK itself, given that the latter are anyway stronger and own the Periyar legacy from the beginning? For those who know Tamil, you can listen to Pandey's analysis here:



While I don't think BJP would actually adopt Periyar as an icon for their campaign (that would be incredibly stupid and send a middle finger signal to the cadres), Pandey is correct in speculating that the national level leadership of the BJP is also supportive of some change. IMHO, this is most likely to lay a pitch for both DMK and BJP to play together in a possible future alliance (difficult before the elections given the cadre-level animosity) or a tacit agreement for support in Parliament vs ceding space to the DMK at the state level.

I say this for two reasons:
  1. AIADMK is having problems - the dissension between EPS and OPS that was temporarily buried a few years ago is back out in the open now, and it does not look resolvable in the near term. If this continues till the elections, the electorate will vote them out due to apprehensions over stability (TN has always preferred stable governments). So the situation is ripe for Sasikala to ride in and take over the party, and she is due to be released anytime now. Some party workers are actually looking to her to resolve the feud and become some sort of high level margadarshak type (she cannot contest elections) so as to present a united front at the elections. BJP allying with a Sasikala-led AIADMK would diminish their chances even further, as it would seem that Modi is legitimizing Sasikala's position in the party for no real gains to the BJP itself. (The BJP is perceived to be the strongest party in the country today due to the Parliamentary strength, so whoever they align with would give a boost to that party)
  2. Rajini is a non-starter - he has been very quiet of late, and hasn't really announced his approach, given the elections are hardly 8 months away. If he is contesting, he needs to launch a party, get it organised, and find the right candidates, form alliances, etc. Lots of work, and he needs to do it fast - my guess is by Dec he has to be up and running. But so far, it's not clear what he is up to - but he has clearly indicated that he won't join the BJP and be his own boss. While I don't expect him to win, he'll make a difference to steer the state politics in a different direction, provided he actually jumps in.

So expect some sort of quasi-alliance or understanding to start emerging between the BJP and DMK, with the latter dominating at the state elections. For now, there will continue to be some pitch curing happening to enable this alliance down the road.


If BJP ties up with DMK either directly or indirectly, then BJP is gone forever... BJP support base has common resonance with ADMK and if it ties up then BJP will lose that thereby helping DMK and ADMK... as of now BJP is not in a position to contest alone and they need ADMK to win few seats... I agree with Pandey, if BJP tries to take Periyar, it will only backfire and in turn will help DMK... I thought all these talks about BJP and DMK tie up comes from DMK camp to bring in hindu voters for them but if it is true then not good... esp after Kandha sashti issue, BJP gained traction even in rural areas...

For Rajini, if he comes he will be one of the player to assist BJP (and ADMK if the tie up is there). I am not sure whether he is interested in contesting and forming the govt...

I am not sure about numbers in rajya Saba theory... you cant give up a state that too a critical one just for few seats in RS. They anyway have cases against them so why not use it against them. But that is what perplexes me - why BJP is not initiating 2G case... this is the only issue which makes me think that there might be a secret tie up between DMK and BJP..


rajnikant is an outsider and will quickly lose his local appeal as well as his movie markets if he were to go to bat for the BJP. So he has probably practically chosen to protect his markets, his bank balance and his myriad sources of income rather than risk it all in the "service" of the BJP. This is the bird in hand theory that that suits him and also keeps him in the limelight.

the days of a transplanted leader like MGR or even JJ are long gone. rajnikant is not even the pale shadow of a patch on the earlier transplants.

anyone with an overt Hindu image will bomb politically in the dravidian cultist and periyarist separatist infested badlands of TN politics that is so representative of both the AIDMK and the DMK.

Even JJ quickly polarized and prostituted herself electorally to overwhelmingly favor the "minorities".

BJP cannot and will not be able to entice any ideologically compatiable leader who will also bring his own mass base and popular appeal to help out.

the people that they have brought in so far are lightweights and has beens. There are passionate young Hindus who are chariasmatic speakers like Maridhas who have not even merited a look so far. They can be supported or even drafted to spread the message.

It's a tall order but the need of the hour is someone of the stature, political acumen, communication skills, reach and acceptability of Srinivasa Iyer Ramaswamy, better known as Cho Ramaswamy.

BJP is a cadre based party with a strong central leadership with an unabashedly nationalistic outlook. The BIF will not allow such a person who represents a strong central leadership to blossom in TN because they have their own separatist agenda and need the elbow room for unrestrained EJ and jehadi growth. The vast amounts of FFNGO moneys flowing into the state year after year attest to this fact.

A nationalistic outlook is therefore the very anathema of dravidian politics that has been emboldened since the last two or more centuries started off by the propaganda by a lying, cheating fraud of an EJ colonial thug and taken deep but falsely proliferated "cultural" roots in TN. To this end, the dravidian parties and their EJ backers have all got together and captured the media by the outright ownership of TV channels, print and electronic media and most importantly, the cable distribution networks.

whenever they say "brahmin" in TN dravidian politics, they actually mean "Hindu". The Hindus seem to be too comfortably complacent in their own tolerant skins to see the reality of the same old ancient fate that awaits them once again.

TN parties are all personality based cults that are out to steal and pillage the public without any regard to their aspirations or civic concerns of the voters. This is exactly what the BIF want; a single point immoral and dictatorial contact who is also very easily bribed and equally easily led by the nose.

just look at the numerous attacks on Hindu temples and the Hindu religion in AP where an unabashedly EJ dispensation has maliciously taken root under their very noses. Not a single Hindu of political or cultural import seems to have raised his voice against such atrocities. They seem more interested in the kamma/kapu maara maari

How many more lessons are needed before the majority wakes up to safe guard itself by the easiest means available; that of political empowerment by simple and easily achievable unity and consolidation leading to rightful domination at the hustings.

It only requires clarity of thought and vision, both of which have somehow eluded the community for centuries leading to the erosion of civilizational sovereignty by outsiders and the resultant (mis)appropriation of all the hard work, wealth, culture and the encroachment and gradual eclipse and domination of a millennia old civilization.

It's time that rightful inheritors of this ancient civilization stop their mindless and carefully nurtured and culturally neutral coloring between the lines when their opponents are blatantly coloring not only on pages outside the lines but also on the walls and the ceiling.

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Re: Kerala, Andhra and Tamil Nadu - news and strategy thread

Postby rpartha » 30 Sep 2020 02:08


BJP is a cadre based party with a strong central leadership with an unabashedly nationalistic outlook. The BIF will not allow such a person who represents a strong central leadership to blossom in TN because they have their own separatist agenda and need the elbow room for unrestrained EJ and jehadi growth. The vast amounts of FFNGO moneys flowing into the state year after year attest to this fact.

A nationalistic outlook is therefore the very anathema of dravidian politics that has been emboldened since the last two or more centuries started off by the propaganda by a lying, cheating fraud of an EJ colonial thug and taken deep but falsely proliferated "cultural" roots in TN. To this end, the dravidian parties and their EJ backers have all got together and captured the media by the outright ownership of TV channels, print and electronic media and most importantly, the cable distribution networks.

whenever they say "brahmin" in TN dravidian politics, they actually mean "Hindu". The Hindus seem to be too comfortably complacent in their own tolerant skins to see the reality of the same old ancient fate that awaits them once again.


Bang on target... that is the challenge here.. it is not just DMK and it is an entire ecosystem we are up against... but somehow the battle should be won or otherwise if DMK wins TN will become rallying point against Modi in the coming years...

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Re: Kerala, Andhra and Tamil Nadu - news and strategy thread

Postby chetak » 03 Oct 2020 18:40

whatever happened to susheela "teacher" and her "internationally acclaimed successful fight" against covid-19 :mrgreen:

or was it, as usual, the dreary old commie propaganda once more dredged up from the stalin era and served up as a gourmet panacea that sprang from her fertile imagination.

aunty was recently spotted on tv blaming it all, as usual, on "outsiders".



All India Radio News@airnewsalerts · 8h

#Kerala: Section 144 imposed in all 14 districts of state on account of rising #Covid19 cases.

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Re: Kerala, Andhra and Tamil Nadu - news and strategy thread

Postby Rupesh » 03 Oct 2020 19:01

It is Shailaja not Susheela.

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Re: Kerala, Andhra and Tamil Nadu - news and strategy thread

Postby chetak » 03 Oct 2020 19:11

Rupesh wrote:It is Shailaja not Susheela.


my bad. apologies.


and this is the mafia famiglia house negro aroon poorie making political chapathis

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