God save us from Raju. God bless the daCunhas.

While the Y.S. Rajashekhara Reddy government (almost) shamelessly tries to shield B. Ramalinga Raju from having to face his interlocutors; while Chandrababu Naidu (totally) shamelessly tries to distance himself; while “Satyamites” and other Telugus dig deep into their caste and regional roots to drum up support for a  fraudster; and while the media beats around the bush, it takes a slice of good butter to tell it like it is.

Photograph: ‘Narco’ Nanja

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20 Responses to “God save us from Raju. God bless the daCunhas.”

  1. Mysore Peshva Says:

    Very creative ad campaign.

    I don’t understand why you are scolding Mr. Chandrababu Naidu, who seems to be asking excellent questions of the YSR government.

    YSR’s government gave contracts worth some Rs. 38000 crore to companies owned by Ramalinga Raju. Even Mr. E. Sreedharan has proffered that transparency was absent in the award of some of those contracts.

    If there’s a crook involved in this deal other than Mr. Raju, it might as well be Mr. Y.S. Rajashekhara Reddy as anyone else.

  2. Tathagata Mukherjee Says:

    As usual , this amul ad is “utterly butterly delicious”.

  3. dharma Says:

    Who will bail out the poor, who strugle to pay their debt and commit suicide. When it is a question of Rs5000, people are harressed till the debt is cleared, but when it in 5000+ chrores they get away scot free and the govt will help them. what a paradox. The satyam bandits will walk the streets free and will be our future leaders. Catch them , confescate all their and their relatives, friends property, sell all of it and pay it to the workers and government expenditure should also be met with this. This should go to the local adalat not the court.

  4. Coffee addict Says:

    Great! Excellent!

  5. NS Rao Says:

    Your allegations might be true – Why? Yes! Rajashekahara Reddy!!!!!

  6. Janasamanya Says:

    At least there is some one who has the guts to say what he feels. Hail Democracy!

  7. VALALE SUBBANNA Says:

    SUPERB .

  8. nagarajarao@tarikere Says:

    Economic Times has given details how to create deposits in multiples, without having any money and satisfy auditors tee. Really we have to appreciate the third class brain of Mr. Reddy and his chelas. Please get more information from him before he is given bail. Otherwise, politicians will see that the case is melted and he goes scot free.

  9. Truth Says:

    When Chandrababu Naidu was paradaing Crook Raju in front of Bill Clinton and Bill Gates, Crook Raju was busy cooking books.

    Satyam became big in the ten years of the rule of TDP.

    It is anybody’s guess which political party made Raju what he is today.

  10. sathya Says:

    AMUL1 A MULE! Bitterly delicious! Advertisement Pays. Definitely. But these companies were also buttering them. Where money is involved everybody will poke their nose!

  11. i Says:

    Whats wrong in CBN distancing himself?

  12. Sudha Says:

    (Tongue in cheek)

    After reading reports of a couple of Satyam’s top guns flying out, I decided to do my own bit of investigation.
    So, this weekend saw me really busy but, why should I complain when I realised that I am better than any of the investigating agencies.
    I know where the top guns are. Hint: Look under the cots of PwC partners.

  13. Rama krishna.K Says:

    plz avoid the word TELUGUs.Do u mean that entire telugu community is saving Mr.Raju.If you are careful while publishing about mallu,tam and dig(kannadiga) , why not incase of Guilts(Telugu).

  14. Sudha Says:

    Raju, Raju, what a great chef!
    Cooked the books and ate the money
    It tasted so sweet, no need of honey.

  15. Dr. Sree Reddy Says:

    It’S a big shame to the country and (A) Satyam and inc has brought only shame and shame for the corporate world in the international scene. People go crazy after seeing huge amounts of money, i think.
    No political hand ionvolved in this scam??

  16. ashwini prasad Says:

    in our country farmers commit sucide because of so many reasonsbut nobody bothers about them ,while here everyone is ready to help him i really hate it because they devalued other education and created an illusion among indian middle classthese years non-it people suffered a lot due to this false boom.punish raju seveiorly who made our country fell ashame internationally as usual add of amul is good

  17. Mysore Peshva Says:

    Evidence has solidified that Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy lied in press statements in order to hide illegal favors granted to Raju.

    YSR has clearly betrayed the people’s trust by abuse of public office.

    YSR’s real estate malpractice favoring Raju cost the state hundreds of crores in revenue and took away land earmarked for a commando-training facility and civic amenities, in a scam of gargantuan proportion. Mr. Chandrababu Naidu exposed the deal two weeks back.

    Andhra CM YSR Reddy gave Raju 50 acres for SEZ
    20 Jan 2009, 0115 hrs IST, Jinka Nagaraju, TNN
    HYDERABAD: On a day when Andhra Pradesh chief minister Y S Rajasekhara Reddy denied in New Delhi that his state government had accorded any
    political patronage to the disgraced former chairman of Satyam, B Ramalinga Raju, a government order (GO) has revealed that 50 acres of land were allotted to Satyam in Visakhapatnam for developing an IT SEZ on the specific “instructions of the honourable CM”.

    Talking to media in New Delhi, Reddy on Monday strongly denied having helped Raju. He also rebutted the charge that his government had helped Maytas acquire land worth Rs 7,000 crore or corner contracts, claiming that the state had a transparent and foolproof system of contract bidding. He said Satyam had got land and contracts because of its competitive bids.

    However, GO 1439, issued on December 4, 2008, just a month before the Satyam scam surfaced, openly admits to many violations to favour Raju. While the Vishakapatnam collector had reported the basic value of the land to be Rs 60 lakh to Rs 80 lakh per acre and the auction value being at Rs 4 crore to Rs 4.5 crore per acre, the land was allotted to Satyam at Rs 10 lakh per acre, thus causing a loss of at least Rs 195 crore to the state exchequer.

    Not just that, of the 50 acres, 25 acres were taken away from the police who had wanted to construct a Greyhounds commando training centre, and another 25 acres of prime land were taken from the Visakhapatnam Urban Development Authority (VUDA) for allowing Satyam to develop the IT SEZ.

    After a meeting chaired by the chief minister, the state government had entered into an MoU with Satyam Computer Services on May 10, 2005, for allotment of 50 acres of land for the IT company for their software development centre at Thotlakonda Hills, Kapuluppada village in Bhimunipatnam mandal of Vishakapatnam district.

    At the rate of Rs 10 lakh an acre, Satyam paid the state Rs 5.01 crore and the foundation stone was laid by the chief minister himself on May 11, 2005. The area was subsequently notified as an SEZ through a government order on June 1, 2007.

    But before Satyam could take possession of the land, the district collector wrote to the state government stating that the 50 acres that had been given to Satyam were actually part of the 300 acres that the state had already allotted to the police department.

    It is in this context that another government order (GO 1439) was issued on December 4, 2008, withdrawing 25 acres from the allotted area of the police department, and another 25 acres was added from the adjoining urban development authority land and given to Satyam.

    GO 1439 states, “he (Vishakapatnam collector) has also reported that pursuant to the instructions of the honourable CM and keeping in view the urgency”, the land has been allotted to APIIC for onward allotment to Satyam. The GO also states that the state had no choice but to withdraw some of the land allotted to the police and also to take land from the urban development authority as “there is no other suitable land in that locality for allotment to Satyam Computer Services Ltd”.

    Inexplicably, the GO states that all this was done to “avoid further complications”. While the state may now claim that it has cancelled the said allotment of 50 acres to Satyam, the fact is that it was originally allotted to the company on the specific instructions of the chief minister.

    In New Delhi, Reddy said that the government has promptly acted to bring the guilty to book. Denying the charge of patronising the Satyam promoter, he said that by the time he had taken over the reins of the state, Raju had already become very big.

    He said that the Satyam promoter had received phenomenal projection under his predecessor, TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu. “That projection helped Raju in his business.”

  18. Dr. Sree Reddy Says:

    @Ashwini Prasad
    I agree with you.

  19. Chiarg Says:

    Yes Raju is a big cheat. He should be hitten with rotten eggs.
    Hit a rotten egg on Rajus face.

  20. chinakurali Says:

    Hats off!!! AMUL , They have the guts to talk on the issue. This satyam scandal has given a reason to talk about IT industry money. IT janagala bagge iddha kopa ella eache barutha idhe ottinalli IT grahachara kettide hage namma deshaddu saha

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