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Date: Mon, Jul 4, 2011 at 3:14 PM
Subject: Dr.S.Swamis letter to PM


I now have further information from my usually reliable sources in the Union
Government that the tapping of Finance Minister Mr.Pranab Mukherjee and his
close associate in the Ministry, enabled Mr.Robert Vadra the son-in-law of
Ms.Sonia Gandhi and Mr.Karthik son of Mr.P.Chidambaram, to use the data
thereby collected to manipulate and rig the Mumbai stock market. Earlier
these data were directly provided by the then Finance Minister
I demand that the SEBI be asked by PM to initiate “Insider Trading”
investigation and prosecution of Mr.Vadra and Mr.Karthik.


1. The AIADMK sweep to power was only because of the people’s disgust with
the corruption of the DMK in the 2G Spectrum Scam. The AIADMK’s contribution
to making the people get convinced of the DMK’s corrupt involvement was
2. It was instead because of the Supreme Court Orders on my Writ Petitions
and SLPs in the Supreme Court which led to the arrests by CBI of the DMK key
figures, and which will also lead soon to prosecution of some Congress
Ministers, that convinced the voters of Tamil Nadu.
3. But no sooner in power, Ms. Sasikala, the extra constitutional authority
of the AIADMK government, who had entered into a secret understanding the
DMK leaders in 2001 [that no anti-corruption cases would be filed by AIADMK
against DMK, and that this would be reciprocated by DMK when in power], has
met DMK leaders and affirmed that the deal continues for 2011-2016 too.
4. This cartelization is dangerous for a clean democracy, and I demand the
Ms. Jayalalitha prove her bonafides by instituting cases against
M.Karunanidhi and other DMK leaders on their state level corruption or face
an state-wide agitation organized by the Janata Party. I shall wait till
August 15th to decide.
5. The Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee’s office and home have been bugged
on the orders of Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram since May 16th because
of the nervousness about the Hasan Ali case in Ms. Sonia Gandhi’s coterie.
Chewing gum is the usual base used by spies for embedding mini cameras and
microphones on walls and furniture, and removing them when not needed. The
PM should sack P. Chidambaram and order a probe.

The Hindu published on June 21, 2011, New Delhi.

There's legal bar on Rahul becoming PM: Swamy
K. Balchand
Janata Party president Subramanian Swamy on Monday criticised Congress
general secretary Digvijay Singh for proposing that Rahul Gandhi take over
as Prime Minister and said that legally Mr. Gandhi and his sister were
barred from the post.
In a statement, Dr. Swamy dubbed Mr. Singh as the “mouthpiece of the Janpath
coterie” and said the coterie had “lost all hope on Manmohan Singh
performing in the coming months as the 2G spectrum scam unravels and the
list of accused lengthens with additions from the Congress.”
He accused Mr. Digvijay Singh of treating the Prime Minister as “some kind
of regent in the Maino dynasty, waiting for Rahul to grow up.”
Dr. Swamy, however, argued that there was a legal bar on Mr. Gandhi becoming
the Prime Minister “arising from Italian law which made him a citizen upon
birth. He has never renounced this inherited citizenship and that he has
travelled on Italian passport all over Europe on an alias.”
Dr. Swamy said Mr. Gandhi should “learn from the experience of his mother
whose attempt to become the Prime Minister in 2004 was aborted when the then
President of India Abdul Kalam wrote a letter (which is still to be
published) which was read by two witnesses present when Ms. Sonia Gandhi
received that letter, namely Natwar Singh and Manmohan Singh. It should now
be perfectly clear to Ms. Sonia Gandhi as well as her two children that
there is no legal way by which any of them can ever become the Prime
Minister of India.”
2G scam: Chidambaram as guilty as Raja, claims Subramanian Swamy
Headlines Today Bureau | Chennai, June 17, 2011
Subramanian Swamy has demanded that Chidambaram should be indicted as an
co-accused in the 2G case.
After Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaaand BJP president Nitin
Gadkari, it was the turn of Janata Party president Subramanian Swamy to
level serious allegations against Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram.
Accusing Chidambaram of being involved in the2G spectrum allocation scam,
Swamy on Thursday alleged that the minister had received kickbacks and
undervalued the spectrum cost. He also demanded that Chidambaram should be
indicted as an additional accused in the case and demanded his resignation
as the home minister.
Swamy has already moved a special application in the Supreme Court in this
In 2008, licences of 2G spectrum were issued at 2001 prices in a bid to
favour some big private companies. It led to a loss of around Rs 1.75 lakh
crore to the exchequer.
Noting that Chidambaram was the finance minister at the time of the scam,
Swamy alleged that the move to undervalue 2G licenses was a joint decision
of him along with then telecommunication minister A. Raja.
"We have evidence now that P. Chidambaram had three separate meetings with
A. Raja and decided on to grant 2G licences at 2001 prices. Chargesheet
against Raja says that he is guilty because he fixed 2001 prices for the 2G
spectrum, so Chidambaram too is guilty now," Swamy insisted.
DMK's Raja and his party colleague Kanimozhi have been lodged in Tihar Jail
in connection with the scam.
Swamy also accused Chidambaram of being guilty of promoting businesses of
ineligible telecom players. Holding Chidambaram guilty on three counts,
Swamy said Chidambaram should be prosecuted and sent to jail.
"We have tape recordings of Niira Radia in which it is revealed that
Chidambaram has received kickbacks. On all these three charges Chidambaram
is guilty and he must go to jail. Why was this allowed? Chidambaram
encouraged it. He is unfit to be the home minister. Therefore he should be
removed and he should be prosecuted," Swamy said.
Earlier, Gadkari had told Aaj Tak news channel that he had proof which could
embarrass Chidambaram. He said the BJP MPs would soon provide the CBI
evidence against him and seek a probe.
Earlier in the week, Jayalalithaa too had slammed Chidambaram for his
"fraudulent" election to the Lok Sabha and demanded his resignation.

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