Double snub to Rahul Gandhi By Supreme Court of India

On a single day, November 14, 2019, that happens to be the birthday of his great-grandfather (his father’s maternal grandfather), the Supreme Court of India has snubbed Rahul Gandhi twice.

In a landmark judgement, the Supreme Court dismissed all review petitions on Rafael deal. During the election campaign, Rahul Gandhi had tried his level best to mislead the country, stall import of best fighters badly needed for India’s defence and even threatened to send an honest Prime Minister, #NarendraModi, to jail if he came back to power. Now, it is time to prosecute him for all your falsehood and anti-national activities.

By another order, the Supreme Court accepted Rahul Gandhi’s “unconditional apology” and closed the contempt proceedings against him over his ‘chowkidar chor hai’ campaign with only a warning “to be careful in future”. He had deliberately and mischievously attributed the ‘chowkidar chow hai’ remark to the Supreme Court to mislead the country. He should be grateful to the Supreme Court for its mercy

 Rahul Gandhi is reported to be on the so-called ‘meditation tour’. It Is actually his ‘escape tour’ because he has no courage to face the consequences of all his anti-national activities and political failures.

The era of Nehru-Gandhi family control over the Congress is coming to an end. When the family control ends, the Congress is bound to disintegrate.

Devendra Narain


Link for more articles on Congress

A dynasty called Indian National Congress…ational-congress/

Congress party and Nehru-Gandhi dynasty are destroying each other…oying-each-other/


Written by Devendra Narain
Date of birth: January 1, 1941 Educational qualification: Master of Arts (First Class) in Political Science Visiting Fellow: (one year, 1978-79), University of Oxford, UK. Job Experience: Teaching job: Lecturer in Political Science, Patna University (February 1963 to October 1965) Indian Revenue Service: November 1965 to December 2000. Important positions held in Government of India: Head of the Project Appraisal Division (Planning Commission), Head of the Project Monitoring Division and Joint Secretary/Additional Secretary (Department of Programme Implementation), Chief Commissioner of Income Tax and Member, Appellate Tribunal for Forfeited Property. Retired from Government of India on December 31, 2002, as Member, Appellate Tribunal for Forfeited Property. Experience as trainer: more than 50 national and international training programmes on project management International Experience: Indian member of Inter-governmental committee on project management system by the Commonwealth Secretariat in 1985; Member of Indian delegation to the (erstwhile) Soviet Union (1986) Area of expertise: Project Management (ex-ante Project Appraisal, CBA, Monitoring, ex-post evaluation). Experience as author: Co-author of a book on Indian Constitution in 1970 (now out of print); More than two dozen articles on different aspects of project management; 11 stories (10 satirical and one serious) in English and Hindi, published in leading magazines and a leading Hindi newspaper. Presently writing articles on social, political, economic and administrative issues available on my website and LinkedIn. Website: Present on social media (Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, Twitter, etc.) Published collection of short stories in Hindi: "ये टेढ़े मेढ़े रास्ते". Paperback available on Amazon and Flipkart; ebook available on Amazon.