Ram Setu Affidavit-Unanswered Questions

via Dr. S.Kalyanaraman published on March 5, 2008

The Ramsethu affidavit has NOT been submitted by Union of India but only by Ministry of Shipping which has no competence to talk on issues beyond shipping.


 

Why haven’t ASI and Ministry  of Culture responded to the observations of the Madras HC judgement of

19 June 2007

on

Ancient


Monument

evidence?
 
Why has the Minister  of Shipping not responded to the observations of the Madras HC judgement of 19 June 2007 on Sir A Ramaswamy Mudaliar Committee’s warnings against choosing a mid-ocean Channel passage (as opposed to a land-based canal)?
 
The Affidavit states –“A secular state cannot espouse the cause of any religion, faith or belief “



 


Secular does not mean anti-hindu or anti-religion, but non-interference in the matters of sentiments of people of any religion.



 


If so, what is the meaning behind the constitution of HR & CE departments? Why the states of Tamilnadu, Andhra, Kerala and Karnataka are wreaking havoc in Hindu religious affairs?
 
Why did Rajiv Gandhi’s government bring an amendment to the Constitution for the sake of Muslim Clerics in the ‘Shah Bano’ case?
 
Why was the


Delhi


Metro diverted for the sake of the


Moghul





Monument


Kutthub Minar?
 
Why was the route in


Bangalore


Metro diverted to avoid damage to Tippu Sultan palace?
 
Why is Haj yatra financed by the Government and why has Communal budgeting been introduced?
 
Why were industrial development projects scrapped to save the Taj Mahal?
 
Why did the Government of


India


appoint the Sachaar Committee to promote the Congress political interests of Muslim Minority Vote-Bank Politics?
 
Tamil Nadu Government pleaded for Jallikattu (not only secular but atheist government)


 
Bonafides of the composition of and rapid-fire procedures (in private sittings for just one week in Chennai) adopted by Eminent Persons Committee have been questioned; the Committee did NOT include naval/marine experts, security experts, geologists, marine archaeologists and oceanography experts; the Committee’s report has NOT made public over 8000 pages of submissions made by experts from a number of disciplines: environment, oceanography, geology, naval security experts, mariners, Trade Unions representing fishermen of the coastline, tsunami experts, nuclear resources (thorium) experts. We are submitting about 8000 pages of expert opinions on over 160 topics including submissions made by experts to the Committee. These have NOT been taken into account and represent new evidences which should be evaluated by the Respondents –


Union


of


India


, in particular

.

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