As a common man I am the most confused creature who doesn’t know what’s going around the nation. I feel like I am in a middle of a Dharmyudh where everyone claiming to be true and blaming others to be dishonest, anti national and traitor. Is this a sign of civil war where a country fight within to protect one or other ideologies? I know this is happening all over the world and since we all are tightly connected; it’s hard to not to be affected. It’s difficult to believe that the people who established the first civilization is struggling to behave civil and going back to ground zero of Mahabharata.
How come the fight for Rohith Vemula in JNU has any relation with the soldiers giving their life for the country? How come the students march turns into an anti-national activities; then dilute it with the propaganda about finding alcohol bottles and used condoms in the dustbin of JNU?
I may not agree with what the students are saying but I do give respect to their right to speech without cutting down the topics to be discussed. If the law has rightfully hanged Afzal Guru, the same law has given rights to everyone to discuss about it. I do not understand what is making us so scared! We always had progressive people and thinkers, India was always known as accepting the discussions and welcoming new school of thoughts; and this is the reason that so many religion flourished from this glorious land.
I feel so sad when I see my country’s ministers behaving like a television artist and creating melodramas. I am talking about our HRD Minister Ms. Smriti Irani. She was behaving like a BJP party man replying to an opposition rather than conducting herself as a HRD minister of Republic of India. She should remember that she is wearing the shoe which was one worn by Shri. Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, freedom fighter and first HRD minister of India. She should understand that she is just an office bearer not a front runner who should decide what we as an Indian should speak and conduct. I have a right to make mistake and learn in this free land; no one has right to mislead my aberrations and turn it to something more suitable to there agendas.
Is the JNU outrage giving another opportunist a free entry to already polluted and wealthy politics? I see lots of similarities between Indian politics and BCCI (Board of Control for Cricket in India); both are like scavengers sitting on the most talented and skillful Indians. A great future is waiting for Kanahiya Kumar in Indian politics. But he raised some serious questions. Is raising a bitter question a crime? Is the government not answerable to its citizen? Is all are criminals who does not support the ruling party’s ideology? Is the ruling party not supposed to follow the Indian ideology which has been defined in the constitution? Is the ruling party following the RSS Constitution adopted in 1948 or the Indian Constitution adopted by the constituent assembly on 26th November 1949?
I would request the ruling party to concentrate on the development and governance as promised and let the people continue to enjoy their democracy. I do understand that the freedom comes with a cost and let the cost be our tolerance to accept any moron who cries for us and then let us down. We are far intelligent then what politicians, student leaders, saints, press media and so called intellectuals. Stop making judgments; let the rule of the country prevail.0