Dubai Port World tells Govt. of India to GET LOST

via Synonymous published on October 30, 2011

Dubai Port World (DPW) that runs the International Container Terminal at Kochi has virtually told Indian Customs authorities to get lost. The matter came to a head when the customs authorities seized a container full of Red Sandalwood which is bound for Dubai . The customs authorities are very well aware of several such containers that have already left the port and seem to have acted in desperation. The implications of DPW’s stand are obvious, but much more alarming is the shape of things to come in many other establishments in Kerala with Gulf participation. God (Allah) alone knows what all things will be exported and imported from and to Vallarpadom Terminal, Smart City, Lulu Hypermarket, Le Meridian, Crown Plaza etc., etc. Earlier we had only one Green City controlled by NDF in Malappuram which was out of bounds for Kerala Police. But now we are heading for a series of Green Cities, from Kasargod to Kanyakumari which will be under the control of Gulf authorities.
In line with the tightening control of Gulf authorities over different parts of Kerala, the parallel economy with the currency of D-Company is also getting stronger. In many pockets of Kerala, the number of Pakistan sponsored D-Company notes average 10-25% in every bundle even from the banks. Very soon some of the districts will start using Qaid-E-Azam currency notes, instead of Mahatma Gandhi variety. With the so-called Kerala Government out of the geographical areas and currency matters it would be very easy to move to the next logical step towards “liberation’ from Kafir rule. We can only hope that the likes of Yusuf Ali or Mohammed Ali will head the Transitional Governments when they come into force.

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