Saturday, June 12, 2010

Haindava Keralam - The Kasargode Passport Factory - Lessons from Mangalore Disaster

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    • Like the earlier LPG Tanker blast that was an eye-opener about the ownership of all prime real estate at Karunagappally, the Mangalore disaster has opened our eyes about the saga of fake Indian passports. At least a dozen passports of those who perished in the crash are fake passports and all of them belong to a particular community.
    • That brings us to another wider angle about the growing negative influence of Gulf in India , especially Kerala. Gulf gates were no doubt a welcome relief valve for the Kerala youth struggling under the fatal attraction of Naxalism and Hippism in the 1970s. Though overwhelmingly in favour of  the Muslims, Gulf opportunities no doubt calmed the volatile situation and subsequently  provided millions of dollars for Kerala’s development. But all those positive aspects have come to an end and the situation has completely turned around. Gulf money and Gulf opportunities are now fuelling terrorism and outright communalism in Kerala. It will soon engulf other southern states and ultimately play havoc, unless those who bother about Indian nation are extremely careful. 

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