Thursday, September 03, 2009


the religion he was born in and the Hindu name he used to crush and destroy Hinduism as much as he could to help his Xian masters, including the Italian woman.

Do these Hindus have no morals or fear of Almighty God!


[prohindu] Samuel Reddy's death personal loss : Madmohan

Naresh Khanna Thu, Sep 3, 2009 at 7:06 AM
To: Rana Kumar
This madmohan is a very cunning guy, a real brown nose of sonia's xtian brigade, devoid of any personal morality. See how he alongwith the media never used his name "Samuel Reddy" as he was popularly addressed. Then on one of the pics of Samuel reddy the media people showed a statue of Lord Krishna in the background - How Slick ? Everyone knows that he was rabidly anti Hindu and took active part in conversions of simpleminded Hindus to xtianity in order to fulfill his coffers and please his firengee madam sonia maino. Recall how the evangelists were invited and pampered by this xtian CM. His own chief of security was a xtian by the name of Jon Wesley How this guy stole from Hindu temples and distributed to xtian churches. He was the only one besides theresa the nun who were personally applauded by pope for furthering xtianity in our Hindusthan.Let's not forget the Tirupati episodes & how xtian churches are given the contracts for prasadam etc not to mention their continuous harrasment of Hindu devotees in Hindu Temples just to name a few. Now this Sapolaa Madmohan has the guts to say that Samuel Reddy's legacy would continue i.e decimation of Hindutva & xtiansation of Hindu Sthan as envisioned by our enemy the Pope.
Naresh Khanna

Condoling YSR's death: PM

ODE TO A LEADER: Manmohan also said that YSR's death was a "personal loss."

New Delhi: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Thursday condoled the death of Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y S Rajasekhara Reddy, saying his legacy will live on and inspire many more.

In his condolence message to the chief minister's wife Vijaya Laxmi, the prime minister said YSR's death was a "personal loss".

Describing him as a "natural leader who was loved equally by the public, his colleagues and the common man," Manmohan Singh said "it was with a deep sense of grief and personal loss" that he learnt of YSR's "tragic and untimely demise".

The chief minister died in a helicopter crash and his charred body was found Thursday along with four others.

"The void his passing away has left behind will never be filled," Manmohan Singh said.

"Rajasekharaji died as he lived -- in the service of the people of Andhra Pradesh and the country. In his untimely passing away, the state of Andhra Pradesh has lost an outstanding leader, and the country has lost an ideal chief minister who was a role model for other states," Manmohan Singh said a statement issued here.

"I have lost a valued colleague on whom I depended for support and ideas.(blo*dy brownnose)NK Rajasekharaji's life was one of tireless commitment and service to the people, especially the poor and the underprivileged. His legacy will live on and will inspire many others in the times to come," he said.

He said in his long and illustrious political career, Reddy distinguished himself in every position.

The prime minister said that Reddy was elected to the state legislative assembly at a young age of 28 and was a member of the Lok Sabha for four terms.

Saying his contribution to the Congress party was "immense", Singh said he led the party to two consecutive victories in Andhra Pradesh.

"As president of the Andhra Pradesh Congress Committee, he undertook a historic padayatra in 1998 which endeared him to the people of the State," he said.

"As a chief minister, Rajasekharaji will be remembered for his unwavering commitment to the development of Andhra Pradesh and his administrative acumen. All his actions were guided by his deep sensitivity to the problems of the poor and the needy," he added.

The prime minister said his wife Gursharan Kaur joins in extending their heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family.

"I pray to God to give you the strength and the fortitude to guide you in this hour of profound personal loss," the prime minister said.§ion_id=37


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