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Hypnotic Crusader Unearths Sarabjit Mystery

Rajesh Ahuja is one of the top journalists that India has been able to produce. Now he has come up with a startling piece of information that he and only he has been able to unearth. Hopefully a great controversy will now be put to death. So lets try to unearth this revolutionary discovery and the mystery man (turned superman) behind it. 

On the quest for truth, our crusader journalist hunted down an 'intelligence official' who admitted he worked for the RAW! He apparently either refused to give up his identity or our crusader is keeping it secret to keep the whistle-blower safe and sound. Now lets pack the 'facts' that our mighty knight discovered.

One - this ex-RAW man admitted (under interrogation???!!!) that Sarabjit Singh worked under him to fulfill operations in Pakistan. Lets call this ex-RAW man Yudi - short form of Yudisthir. He has also been mentioned as the 'external intelligence agency's chief as well'.

Two - Let me quote Yudi now,"Sarabjit was an Indian spy in Pakistan. He managed to accomplish the task given to him but was caught while trying to flee". So what our knight with mic got from Yudi was that this Indian Yudi was playing with a 'puppet' in Pakistan who 'successfully killed' 14 innocent Pakistanis in broad daylight. And got caught. Very convincing. 

Three- Yudi confessed, probably burdened by remorse for operating terrorists camps in Pakistan, that many operations of no 'tactical' value were carried out in mid nineties. Such secrets of timeframe also were extracted by the Messenger of Truth. 

Four - Going further Yudi states that the operations were "mindless" and the personal families of spies have 'suffered' tremendously for it. I am getting highly impressed by our Crusader's hypnotic skills. He even went on to criticize the entire Indian intelligence establishment and RAW in particular that 'agency officials executed operations out of personal bravado that they can get 'something' done in Pakistan'. 

Five - Now our Crusader comments that 'Sources also point out that the agency' had not yet been able to agree even on the amount of compensation to be given to such families. To this Yudi also agrees and states that it works like a feudal system and there is 'uniformity in discreet payments' to the spies' family if he or she gets caught. 

Six - Then Yudi takes a cue himself and goes on record again - "Sarabjit had been awarded a state funeral because his case was mainly  highlighted due to efforts of his politically astute sister Dalbir Kaur". So now we know this Dalbir Kaur is one manipulative bi**h. So we can be sure our Crusader of Truth will head to her next. 

Seven - Yudi then concludes saying, "His family is also being compensated, But there are many cases in which  the spies came back from Pakistan knocked the doors of courts to get  their dues". So our Light of Truth will have a chance to shine upon the family of Sarabjit now. The questions we can imagine, they will be hard but just as natural justice should be. Something like, "You terrorist son is a devil, how much money did you get from the bloody government for killing innocents?". Also the Left will be right (for once) in this case and support Truth(personified) that there should be a CBI enquiry on the 'spies' who went into Pakistan and killed civilians and after returning to India had the moral audacity and chameleon-like expertise to sue the Government publicly for compensation and yet stay hidden from the 'fascist Indian' media. 

After hunting down all the myths and emerging as the protector of Truth our Crusader puts his fingers to his keyboard( and goes on a typing diarrhea). Then we poor readers had to go through this superb piece of knowledge that will hopefully put an end to this 'Intelligence' agency of our 'Fascist State' and finally, hopefully and inevitably our State itself.

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