pankajs wrote:Nothing else explains their obsession with trying to muddle the issue.
In the absence of revealing their motivation for the stance they took, we have to come to our own conclusion and what you said may unfortunately be one reason. How sad it would be, were it to be true that 'beliefs' barge into national security. I have been gently prodding
the 'pro fair investigation' lobby to come out with exactly what motivates them. But, no luck.
Gentle with the kind who are at best "Laaton ke bhoot..."?
If they had a conscience, they would openly state their choice of nationality. They want to enjoy Indian hospitality (atithi devo bhava...) and serve their masters whether in China or to our 'West". Jaichand's, Mir Jaffars are enjoying the fruits of liberty we give them.
There are three kinds who are muddling the situation:
1) Those who see China as the sole saviour of India.
2) Those whom ISI, CIA etc have paid and compromised.
3) The INC support system who have lost all - power, contracts, contacts, etc (essentially their means of livelihood). These were the people who would have learnt of the CG ops as soon as the order to launch had been given. They would have given us the breaking news and covered the 'Ops' as it happened riding on a Navy or a CG ship reporting 'on site'. They would have been the toast of the town for getting in the good cheer. You see their access has been cut. Hence, they call it a 'bad PR' job.