Corrosive Ideologies. It is quite disgusting to absorb the ideology of political parties of our country. Though they have a bounden duty to respect the country’s constitution, as political outfits they aren’t.
It is quite disgusting to absorb the ideology of political parties of our country. Though they have a bounden duty to respect the country’s constitution, as political outfits they aren’t. They are publicly backing the anti-national elements and trying to change the face of the fabric of nation. When we notice the mischievous acts of newly sworn in PDP and BJP coalition government in Jammu and Kashmir and its tenderness towards separatist forces, it is clear that the political parties are in compromise for electoral gains at the cost of national interest. The release of Masrat Alam and allowing him to unfurl the Pakistan flag and raising anti-India slogans in en masse denotes their intention.
It seems that the BJP has entangled itself in coalition dharma and allowed its ingredients of nationalism to slip through fingers. It is not correct to be hypocritical by saying that they are the saviors of national interests. Likewise, the Shiv Sena also opened a can of worms by making an insensible comment to revoke the right to vote of Muslims and even demanded sterilisation of Muslims. These acts will only sow the seeds of uncertainty in the minds of such groups.
Of course, growing population will put more pressure on the nation. But it is better to propagate the message to all sections of people by explaining the woes of explosion of population. It is not correct to appeal to Hindus to beget more children and ask Muslims to get sterilised.
Though the BJP distanced itself from these comments, it won’t allay the fear of Muslims and some parties like MIM are exploiting these issues for electoral gains. As we have seen MIM legislators also participated in Viqaruddin’s funeral procession in which the hooligans torched the police vehicles. It is an incomprehensible thing that at the time of taking oath as members of temples of democracy these people promised in the name of god that they won’t indulge in any act that will hurt the interests of nation. Aren’t they acting as different as night and day?
E Gajendra Nath Reddy