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Narendra Modi completes one more year of good governance in India on May 30, 2020 in his second term as Prime Minister.
In this one year he has corrected a great historical blunder by abrogating Article 370/35A inserted in the Constitution of India unconstitutionally and unwisely. It was such a huge strategic blunder that the country has paid a very heavy price for it. Narendra Modi’s name will be written in Golden Letters as a statesman of extra-ordinary qualities for this act of political sagacity.
The call for qurbani by Congress Party leaders in Delhi’s Shaheen Bagh and sacrilege from the Ramlila Ground calling for qurbani has already taken the life of 46 citizens. Around 200 have suffered injuries. Does that satisfy the blood thirsty politicians or they still want more qurbani?
The gang targets high profile individuals and institutions in a systematic manner. Derogatory comments in social media against parliament and the supreme Court have come to the notice of the SC now. But the gang had adopted this mechanism from the very beginning by using unparliamentary language against the Prime Minister, in whom they see the biggest roadblock in fulfilling their dreams. They have assaulted the Supreme Court and the Chief Justice of India, Parliament and the Governors in the states. They have been vicious in their attacks on the Army Chief Rawat, the Air Force demanding proof and then turning the proof in to insignificance, the CBI, ED, and R&AW chiefs and laws (Triple Talaq, CAA etc). The game is to hit public trust in the institutions and individuals. They pursue their goals knowing that the targets they choose take several decades in to the making and are precious assets of the nation.
An integrated, united and strong India is emerging under a very competent leadership which will erase the distinction between minority and majority so that no mischief monger ever succeeds in its nefarious designs on the country.
The need of the hour is that the youth analyse all issues themselves dispassionately and independently without the opinions of others (professors, journalists, religious leaders, political leaders, foreign predators). The only purpose of education is to become intelligent enough to study issues in this manner and make all decisions independently. Use your own brain rather than let others hijack your brain.
Protests against CAA (or any other law passed by the parliament after due deliberation and also reviewed by the Supreme Court of India) are futile.
They are levers in the hands of those who are not well-wishers of the people of India.
The bewilderment of Yogi Adityanath, Chief Minister of UP, deserves serious consideration by all. His bewilderment emanates from the disproportionate influence the communists/left parties have over the students and professors. Yogi Adityanath feels anti-national slogans on campuses of some universities are disturbing and indicative of extremism and Naxalism on campuses. It is a belated disillusionment on the part of a leader of the BJP and his followers. The BJP, like the communists, are caught in the past and refuse to change. The BJP has to acknowledge the urgent need for respect for modern education, intelligentsia, university teachers, learners and research scholars. Living on the past glory 24×7 does not sell.
Emotional outbursts on matters strategic cut no ice. Citizenship (Amendment) Act has evoked emotional reactions from all brands of secularists in the political firmament. Saying Mahatma Gandhi was for equal respect for all religions is forgetting conveniently the fact that it was tragically defied by Jinnah. The result was mass massacre of innocent men, women and children in 1947 solely on the basis of religion and oppression of those left behind.