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Manu Singhvi having Promoted Sex Partners to the Post of Judges, has resigned.This is a specific case study how corrupt has become Indian Judiciary as a court banned the SEX CD in circulation! In a dramatic turn of events ahead of Parliament session



Manu Singhvi having Promoted Sex Partners  to the Post of Judges, has resigned.This is a specific case study how corrupt has become Indian Judiciary as a court banned the SEX CD in circulation! In a dramatic turn of events ahead of Parliament session that begins on Tuesday, Abhishek Manu Singhvi on Monday quit his official posts following the CD controversy. He has quit as the Chairperson of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Law and Justice and also as the Congress spokesperson.The Opposition has once again got hold of an issue to beat the government with Singhvi's resignation and is unlikely to put a lid on what is clearly the most embarrassing episode for the Congress.
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Manu Singhvi having Promoted Sex Partners  to the Post of Judges, has resigned.This is a specific case study how corrupt has become Indian Judiciary as a court banned the SEX CD in circulation! In a dramatic turn of events ahead of Parliament session that begins on Tuesday, Abhishek Manu Singhvi on Monday quit his official posts following the CD controversy. He has quit as the Chairperson of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Law and Justice and also as the Congress spokesperson.The Opposition has once again got hold of an issue to beat the government with Singhvi's resignation and is unlikely to put a lid on what is clearly the most embarrassing episode for the Congress.

Embroiled in a CD controversy, Congress leader Abhishek Singhvi today resigned as Chairman of a Parliamentary Committee and party spokesperson in a damage control exercise ahead of the resumption of the budget session on Tuesday.A day before Parliament reassembles after a recess, Congress spokesperson Abhishek Manu Singhvi resigned today as chairman of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Personnel, Law & Justice over a CD that allegedly contained sexual acts.Maintaining that the allegations were "patently baseless and false", he said today that he had resigned "only to prevent even the slightest possible parliamentary disruption regarding the purported CD" being circulated about him.Singhvi acquired high profile after the committee headed by him came out with a report on the Lokpal last year on whose recommendation the government brought a legislation on the issue.

Singhvi, however, didn't clarify whether he was also resigning as Congress spokesperson, only saying: "I have also decided not to brief the press."Congress sources, however, asserted that he has ceased to be a spokesperson and will lose his party posts, including as chairman of the AICC Legal & Human Rights Department, in the next reshuffle.

Shortly after the CD surfaced about 10 days ago, the party had removed Singhvi from roster duty as spokesman. Subsequently, with the CD circulating on the social media and the BJP planning to corner the UPA by raising the issue of ethics in Parliament, the party leadership was learnt to have asked Singhvi to resign.The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Monday said that Congress MP Abhishek Manu Singhvi should explain in Parliament why he has quit as chairman of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Law and Justice."It is a serious matter and the party has not given any statement on the issue. As he has resigned from the post of chairman of the Parliamentary standing committee, we hope he will make a statement on why has he resigned," BJP leader Arun Jaitley said.BJP spokesperson Prakash Javadekar said the matter "is nothing less that a casting couch" and Singhvi should explain.

Manu Singhvi misusing his Position has promoted no less than thirty two women advocates as judges, it is known. The CD is in no case a private affair at all. We are seeing more sex on net and films. Sex is commodity nowadays. But the Sex for marketing is never Prohibited and the Sexula Objects have taken over as the Greatest Icons dislodging so called National Heroes. The Question of Morality is a naked attempt to hush up the Grave Corruption!We all know how all the institutions of the Democarcy are Corrupted. We also know how the Judiciray is Misused to continue the system of Exclusion, Exploitaion and execution.I congratualate our dear friend avinash and all those who are trying their best to shape an alternative medi which dares to strip the system. The System itself is most Obscene and we do tolerate this and enjoy this as spineless rotten people.Exposures in Defence deals and Military preparations are dubbed as Stupid.You may not ask the details of Defence Expenditure. The definitions are changed at will. statics manipulatied. constitution killed. And while EXPOSED the Shameless shame, they cry Sacred Sacrede! Shame shame!

The politician has tendered in resignation as the spokesperson of the party and as chairperson of standing committee on law and justice. He clarified that he did so 'to prevent even the slightest possible Parliamentary disruption regarding the CDs circulated' about him. Well, he sure says that he is a 'disciplined party soldier'. The video which was recorded by his former driver has been in circulation over the internet for the past 10 days. Meanwhile, BJP on its part has mentioned that they will raise the issue in Parliament as well. Singhvi is still belligerent on his part stating that he is a 'disciplined party soldier and he did not think it fit to subject the party to any inconvenience' on this issue. Well, for starters, with such a horny set of politicians spread across various parties, the inconvenience is to the nation which has to face these shames again and again in front of the world audience.

This video of Abhishek Manu Singhvi having some hot s*x with lady lawyer is a hit on you tube

Congress media department chairman Janardan Dwivedi today said that whether the party had asked him to resign or he did it of his own volition was "the same thing". "Abhishek Singhvi has taken the step on the basis of whatever situation has come to the fore. It is the right step," said Dwivedi.

Singhvi's driver stated in court that he had "fabricated the CD." But the ethical and political dimensions of the controversy could not be wished away. Despite the court injunction against it, the CD was being freely circulated on YouTube and Facebook. As Standing Committee chairman, Singhvi incidentally had steered the Lokpal Bill that strives for transparency in public life.

I talked to Abhishek this afternoon. We do respect Mr Vishnu Khare nad his works. We alsso do love Manglesh Dabral, the poet from the bottom of our heart.We always have been respecting dr Manager Pandey. But the recent activities of our most respected and dearest ones are so vioent, that somewhere somehow,we have to lodge protest. some Friends are criticising Avinash doing Mischief. Some accuse abhishek to be BADTAMIJ.I expect this Mischief and badtamiji must Continue. As if NOt Manu Singhvi, but Avinash is involved in the Sex CD and he did promote the SEX Prtners as Judges in the Apex court! We have been reading Gunter Grass and also alan Hart. None of us do enjoy the experiences of the Holocaust suffered by the Jews. We all know and agree as Vishnuji emphasies that the Jews have suffered most. Alan Hart is an Expert iin this subject and he has explained very well how Zionism kills the Jews. How Zionism is the greatest Emnemies of the Jews. You may no make it false as the Truth is that the Golbal Order does represent an unholy Satanic alliance of Zionism and Global Hindutva. the Ruling Hegemony is aligned with US as well as Israel. defending Israel just because of the Holocaust the jews faced, is quite NOVICe, I am afraid to say. I never did consider Mr khare such a NOVICE!

Our friends in social Networkin are doing an excellent job. forward press is another good attempt. Mr Ananad Swarup Verma and Pankaj Bisht have been doing excellent job.

The Indian politicians are making a strange example of the Indian polity. Even as enquiries are surfacing over the Karnataka porngate scandal and the Maderna murder case in Rajasthan, Congress spokesperson Abhishek Manu Singhvi has been caught on tape having sex with another lawyer in what looks like a court chamber room. Even though the video quality is very poor, it is very obvious that the featured person is Singhvi who is having consensual sex with another adult. The Congress Party, on the other hand, has not taken this matter lightly. News has just poured in that the misconduct has cost Singhvi the various positions that he held in the Party.

Exclusiveness and copyright Matter is a Microsoft software. why do we opt for the alternative media? Just because the Misinformation campaign has become the best tool of the Genocide Culture practiced by the Gestapo RulingHegemony. We have to inform our people, fortunately and specifically in Hindi, the Excluded Communities have increased their Presence ans Netzen. suppose we send some exclusive but very important matter to some site or mag, and they chose NOT TO Publish. the information has to be killed. we should be sharing and forwarding the relevant content. The FACEBOOK has emerged the greatest Forum worldwide against the Global Order and globalisation as it promotess sharing and forwarding. I request u all people active for decades to create an alternative space eagainst Corporate India controlled Brahamin dominated media, please add the Mode of sharing and Forwarding. Because we have barriers at every point and mass mobilisation is quite Impossible. It is shame that we could not mobilise an Occupy Wall Street at all.

All bloddy Scams, Conspiracies, Manipulations and tools of inequality and injustice must be Exposed whatever may come. We did not OPT for better life, better Salary, position and never tried to be co opted! what should Stop us then/ Please Continue. ABHIVYAKTI KE LIYE HAR KHATRE UTHAANE HONGE!

A controversial CD allegedly featuring Congress leader Abhishek Manu Singhvi's has him livid. Despite a court injunction, the video went viral on the internet. Some are worried the incident will spark off a fresh wave of restrictions on the web.If you've shared Abhishek Manu Singhvi's leaked video with friends online, you could go to jail, say cyber experts. The video not only invades Singhvi's privacy, its content is pornographic. And sharing porn online is a crime in India. Still, the video's popularity online need not be driven by any criminal intent as Singhvi believes.Opposition BJP is considering whether to refer the raging controversy over the CD, which purportedly contains objectionable contents concerning Congress spokesperson Abhishek Singhvi, to a parliamentary committee during the second half of the budget session that begins from April 24.Singhvi represents his party in the Rajya Sabha. BJP sources said that the party would consult other opposition parties, before taking a call on getting the CD examined by a parliamentary ethics or privilege committee.

Congress spokesperson  Abhishek Manu Singhvi, in the midst of an unsavoury controversy over a CD, which has been widely circulated over internet despite court restraint over its publication, and Union Law Minister Salman Khurshid have different take on the social media. Singhvi has called the social media an organised  'gang' while the Law Minister describes it as a 'reality'.

In Kolkata, Khurshid said  that social media like Facebook and Twitter were now a reality and had become a fact of life and not an 'embarrassment'.

"The issue is not of embarrassment. The issue is that social media has become a reality and has become a fact of life", the Union Law Minister said here when told that social media like Facebook and Twitter were causing embarrassment to Governments, particularly in the context of a recent controversy in West Bengal.

"Americans could not impose restrictions on Wikileaks, so we have to take the social media in our stride. It has become a fact of life", Khurshid noted.

The Minister said, "We have in the past come up with matters that we had to address. Sometimes we met with success and sometimes not", he said.

"There are very restricted opportunities to impose constraints on social media. I am not saying that there is no law in place," he told reporters at an Indian Chamber of Commerce interaction here.

Cyber Lawyer Apar Gupta said, "The internet is pretty random. If anything like a dancing baby or a cat picks its fancy, it posts it. There is a viral phenomenon. It's distributed, instantaneous, there is no grand design. It's spontaneous."
Executive Director, Software Freedom Law Centre Mishi Chaudhary admits freedom should have its limits. In an age of torrent sites, content is impossible to control and a leaked video can destroy reputations. But Mishi believes the law must punish those who uploaded the video. Not the websites who hosted it.

"It's like shooting the messenger. Shoot me because I brought you bad news. Facebook is only a postman. Any ISP or telecom service provider is only giving you a means to access. They are not culpable. 72 hours of video are uploaded to Google every minute. Is it practically possible to monitor all of it all the time?" Mishi Chaudhary said.
Long time technology watcher Prabir Purkayastha says embarrassing people in power is an ancient game. In the past, posters were pasted on bare walls in the city. Today, the internet is our communal wall. But he doesn't believe in censorship even before the content goes online.

The fear is that in an attempt to prevent similar incidents, the government will put in place draconian measures that could seriously compromise freedom on the internet.

As 'objectionable CD' featuring Abhishek Manu Singhvi goes viral on internet, the Congress leader accused social networking sites of "sensationalism" despite a court order.With a controversial CD featuring Abhishek Manu Singhvi going viral on internet, the senior Congress leader has lashed out at social networking sites, saying they are indulging in "sensationalism" despite a court injunction.

Singhvi told IANS, "It is obvious that the adage 'be you the ever so high, law is above you' does not apply to any social media."

"Not only is there a court injunction, not only has the author of the alleged CD sworn in an affidavit in court and accepted that the contents were fabricated and morphed, but even as respectable a media group as India Today has accepted the position of the court," Singhvi said.

"Obviously, an organised gang has been purposely used by motivated interests to concertedly use the social sites for sensationalism and permanent damage. Remember, this can happen to anyone and if this lawlessness is allowed to continue as it is, we will all be consumed shortly."

"It is obvious that the adage 'be you the ever so high, law is above you' does not apply to any social media. Not only is there a court injunction, not only has the author of the alleged CD sworn in an affidavit in court and accepted that the contents were fabricated and morphed, but even as respectable a media group as India Today has accepted the position of the court," Singhvi said.

The leader accused "motivated interests" of fielding "an organised gang" to use social sites for "sensationalism" despite a court injunction.

"Obviously, an organised gang has been purposely used by motivated interests to concertedly use the social sites for sensationalism and permanent damage. Remember, this can happen to anyone and if this lawlessness is allowed to continue as it is, we will all be consumed shortly," he added.

In its order, dated April 13 the Delhi High Court had restrained Aaj Tak, Headlines Today and the India Today Group from disseminating the contents of the CD allegedly prepared by Singhvi's former river.

However, the 13-minute-long video, which Singhvi has called fabricated and defamatory, was posted on YouTube on Friday and has since then got over 9,000 views and several comments.

Meanwhile, Singhvi and his former driver Mukesh Kumar Lal, accused of providing the alleged CD pertaining to a media group told Delhi High Court on April 19 that they have amicably settled the matter between them.

Terming the controversy over a CD purportedly involving Congress MP Abhishek Singhvi as an individual issue, the government today said it was not mulling any move to restrain the social media. "This government since 2004 has not taken a single step to curb the social media," Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal told reporters here in response to questions whether the government was thinking of imposing any curbs on the social media which has gone viral over the CD. "Eight years have passed. Has the government taken any action against the social media? None. So, why do you ask this question," Sibal said. When pointed out that Singhvi has moved court, he maintained that individuals, whether in government or outside, can adopt legal procedures to vindicate their rights. "I don't think we should be asking the government to respond to individual rights when they can be dealt with individually," Sibal said. "It is an individual issue. He or she is entitled to seek relief from whichever court they wish to. Government should not be commenting on these issues," he said. Asked about Press Council of India Chairman Markandey Katju's comments favouring curbs on social media, the minister said he was entitled to his views. "Putting curbs on the media is a serious issue. That does not mean the media does not have any responsibilities. The media itself has certain responsibilities and our expectation is that the media must discharge those responsibilities," he said. He added that if the media does not do so then it should be debated by the people. "We should have a consensus before we move forward," he said.

Sources say the BJP is likely to raise the issue in the Rajya Sabha on Tuesday and Singhvi is also likely to make a statement.It was called the 'Singhvi virus' across the social media. For the past three days, the Singhvi CD was the talk of social networking sites. Finally, the suave lawyer has had to bend. In a written statement, Singhvi said, "I have done this only to prevent even the slightest possible Parliamentary disruption regarding the purported CDs being circulated about me."

"I wish to categorically state that canards and baseless allegations are being spread about alleged inappropriate conversation in the CD. People inimically opposed to me, who have assiduously spent over 10 days hearing, seeing, amplifying and distilling the CD have found no vestige of any reference, not even remotely, to any illegality, corrupt practice, or wrongdoing," he added.

"I think, it does not make much difference as to whether he has been asked to resign or he has resigned himself. It's the same," Congress leader Janardhan Dwivedi said.

But the Opposition was unwilling to offer any easy exit to Singhvi. The BJP said that if the CD was genuine, it should be sent to the ethics committee, if it was forged it should be sent to the privileges committee. The BJP will ask for an investigation to figure out the authenticity of the CD.

"Parliament should be told what are the reasons that led to Singhvi's resignation," BJP leader Arun Jaitley said.

Terming the controversy over a CD purportedly involving Congress MP Abhishek Singhvi as an individual issue, the government today said it was not mulling any move to restrain social media.

"This government since 2004 has not taken a single step to curb the social media," Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal told reporters here in response to questions whether the government was thinking of imposing any curbs on the social media which has gone viral over the CD.

"Eight years have passed. Has the government taken any action against the social media? None. So, why do you ask this question," Sibal said.

When pointed out that Singhvi has moved court, he maintained that individuals, whether in the government or outside, can adopt legal procedures to vindicate their rights. "I don't think we should be asking the government to
respond to individual rights when they can be dealt with individually," Sibal said.

"It is an individual issue. He or she is entitled to seek relief from whichever court they wish to. Government should not be commenting on these issues," he said.

Asked about Press Council of India Chairman Markandey Katju's comments favouring curbs on social media, the minister said he was entitled to his views.
"Putting curbs on the media is a serious issue. That does not mean the media does not have any responsibilities. The media itself has certain responsibilities and our expectation is that the media must discharge those responsibilities," he
said. He added that if the media does not do so then it should be debated by the people.

"We should have a consensus before we move forward," he said.

The Bar Council of Delhi Monday said that the sleaze CD controversy surrounding lawyer and Congress leader Abhishek Manu Singhvi has lowered the dignity of the legal profession. Singhvi maintains that the CD's contents were fabricated and morphed.

Rajiv Khosla, member of the Bar Council of Delhi and former president of the Delhi Bar Association, said: "Such incidents cause a great damage to the whole legal institution and cannot be taken as an isolated incident concerning only an individual."

The bar council is going to hold a meeting on this issue May 1. "The lawyers of Delhi, therefore, are interested to get the truth unfolded so that it should be known to everyone as to why the driver of an advocate stoop so low to make a dirty CD," said Khosla.