E. Ahmed goofed up Suryanarayana kidnap

via HK Correspondent published on May 2, 2006

NEW DELHI: Intelligence and security experts all over the national capital blame E Ahmed, Minister of state for External Affairs, for the murder of Suryanarayana, an Indian engineer who was working in Afghanistan. “For Ahmed there are two kinds of citizens in this country. He considers Muslims as more important than others,” a security expert with three decades of professional experience told Haindava Keralam. The security expert blasted Ahmed, who is considered thoroughly corrupt even by leaders belonging to the UPA.


 


“At the time of the kidnapping of three Indians by Iraqi militants in 2005, it was Ahmed who held court with the media for the entire duration of the episode. We were under the impression that the then cabinet minister Natwar Singh was playing second fiddle to this nincompoop from Kerala,” said the security expert on condition of anonymity.


 


But B Raman, former Additional Secretary in the Cabinet Secretariat was quite blunt in pointing out the faux pas committed by Ahmed. “Immediately after the news was broadcast all over, the government of India should have initiated efforts top contact the Taliban terrorists,” says B Raman. Commenting on the steps adopted by the Indian government Raman says that the Indian Ministry of External Affairs should have got in touch with the Pashtun leaders in Pakistan and Afghanistan to get the release of Suryanarayana. “The Taliban terrorists do not see eye to eye with the moderate and   sensible leaders in Pakistan. They also shun Hamid Karzai, whose writ run only in Kabul,” Raman said.


 


But the foreign affairs minister Ahmed went missing this time around and that too at the critical juncture. “During the Iraqi tension, Ahmed used to wake up journalists belonging to various print and visual media at midnight with requests for news coverage. “Strangely enough, Ahmed just vanished from New Delhi during the days of turmoil in Suryanarayna’s residence,” said on of the Malayali scribes based in New Delhi.


 


Ahmed, whose only agenda is the Islamisation of India, was not present at the Delhi airport to show his mark of respect to the dead body of Suryanarayana. “Since Surya happens to be an ‘infidel’, Ahmed thought it better to avoid the airport,” said another security expert who has been studying the complicated personality of Ahmed for the last three decades. It is certain that Ahmed will go down in  history as the most inefficient and corrupt minister the country has ever seen.     

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