History will not pardon the disrespect shown to E Ahamed, says Sudheeran
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: History will not pardon the disrespect shown by the Narendra Modi Government to former union minister E Ahamed, who died recently, said KPCC chief V M Sudheeran. The parliament panel should probe the controversies in connection with the death of Ahamed. Sudheeran said this while inaugurating the protest gathering staged by Muslim League Youth League in front of the Raj Bhavan.
The speaker who is entitled to protect the rights of parliament members bows down before the government. This is a black chapter in the history of the Indian Parliament.
Fascism is entering into the affairs of a human being. An administrator who showed us how to use power for the public collapsed and died in front of the national leaders. Denying permission to Ahamed’s children to meet him in the hospital is totally inhumane.
The machine that functions in the body for only 30-40 minutes functioned in his body for 12 hours. All values of medical science have been infringed. He was able to present brilliantly the country’s stand before the United Nations. His intervention when Indians were held hostages in Iraq was extraordinary.
If a parliament member dies, the precedent from the time of Jawaharlal Nehru is that the assembly would be adjourned after paying homage. It is really sad for not following that, he said.