Criticism does not mean a security threat

In increasingly intolerant India any criticizing the corrupt dishonest incompetent and shameless indian government employees is labelled a security threat, stalked, sexually harassed, cheated, exploited and tortured using microwave weapons causing great pain. It is a reflection of how intolerant india has become compared to a few decades ago.

In the book “A Princess Remembers” by Gayatri Devi, the Maharani of the princely state of Jaipur, who was also a three time MP, published in 1995, she has openly the rulers in independent India, that they did not take proper care of the state of Jaipur, the roads and buildings were in a poor state. Due to corruption and bribes poor quality material was being used for construction and workers of political parties were taking bribes according to people she met. She felt that when Jaipur was ruled by the maharajah, he looked after the state and the people who were living in the state, in a better manner compared to the present day politicians .
She was originally from the princely state of Cooch Behar (now in West Bengal) and in the post independence period, Cooch Behar state was also not adminstered well.

Today when India’s largest female domain investor openly criticizes the great fraud of NTRO, R&AW, CBI in falsely claiming that 8-10 fraud indian government employees including bengaluru shivalli brahmin housewife cheater R&AW employee, goan gsb frauds riddhi siddhi , goan obc bhandari sex specialist slim jeans clad sunaina, asmita patel, veena, ruchika, naina and other frauds falsely claiming to own her domain names without spending any money at all, the cunning cruel fraud officials promoting these fraud government employees are quick to label the harmless domain investor as a security threat, to mercilessly torture her with microwave weapons causing great pain, especially in panaji, goa

Why has India become so intolerant that fraud officials are allowed to label harmless whistleblowers a security threat without any proof at all.

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