November 22, 2011
1. I am happy to announce that the Janata Party Central Parliamentary Board has decided to contest the Piravam by election in Kerala. The party will field Kerala State Yuva Janata President Varghese P.Cherian as the party candidate. In Kerala a new Hindutva-Christian alliance is emerging to counter the growing Islamic militancy and Talibanism emerging in the State.
2. The JPB has approved the appointment of Dr.Suneel Maggo as the President of the Delhi State Janata Party. Dr.Maggo is a well-known Chartered Accountant and has a Ph.D. in Banking Mr.Sapan Samumgou Singh, as the Manipur State Janata Party President. He is a well known advocate in Imphal and has long political experience. The Janata Party has also approved a 21-member Executive for the State. It has been decided that in the State Assembly elections next year, the Janata Party will contest in a large number of constituencies.
3. I have been now vindicated by the Intelligence Bureau and RAW reports to the Prime Minister that the anti-Koondankulam Nuclear Reactor agitation has been financed by anti-national, foreign inspired Christian missionaries, aided by the LTTE left overs. The Tamil Nadu Government must now clear the area around the Nuclear Reactor of all demonstrators. If the Tamil Nadu Government does not act, the Centre must declare the whole of Tirunveli and Kanya Kumar districts as disturbed areas and ask the CRPF to take over the administration of the law and order of the area.
4. Koondunkulam Reactor was about to generate from 20th November the capacity of electricity of 1000 MW and another 1000 MW in February, 2012. This anti-national foreign inspired agitation has caused delay for meeting the schedule and caused great hardship for agricultural and industrial production in the State. Hence the Chief Minister must stop playing cheap politics in the national interest and act before she is forced to act.
Source : Janata Party