Two days ago, the Modi government completed 100 days in power, jubilantly. Quotidian amendments to the Indian Constitution led to heterogeneous feedback from the natives. The current “Achhe Din“ campaign of BJP is quite ambiguous.
Thousands of Kashmiris weren’t able to celebrate Eid, and now Muharram. Though we aren’t able to get first-hand information from the valley, our media allegedly reports that everything is calm with no cases of bloodshed reported until now. Also, apparently, a majority of Kashmiris support the abrogation as claimed by NSA adviser Ajit Doval. People from Dalit communities face exploitation and discrimination by the orthodox right-wing, and the Modi government supports their decision with Ambedkar’s ideals.
Though in the April-June quarter, our GDP growth has fallen to 5 %, Mr Modi eagerly gives credit to Russia to the tune of $1 billion. So now, first, we have to earn for Russia rather than our necessities. Taxes are levied upon us, the new challan (fine) policy definitely is for a good cause, but to what extent? Majorly, the policy targets motorbikes, bike/scooter, vehicles which are mostly used by the middle class or low-income groups.
Thus, it seems like the decisions that had been taken by the government may be correct for us, but the time period they choose to atomise our society is not authentic.
Three IAS officers resigned from their posts since ‘demagogues’ have maliciously corrupted Indian roots. Accusations laid by BJP include “they have cozy relationships with the left“. According to a report by The Print, the Modi government is expected to bring new strict resignation rules for IAS, IPS officers. One could say, the BJP’s narcissistic entitlement is disrupting the democracy of our country. We choose any party for the sake of the harmonisation of peace, not to asunder our rights as citizens.
Dilip Kumar Paul, who represented Silchar assembly constituency twice, said “A major portion of Hindus has been excluded from the list. We can never accept this NRC where illegal Bangladeshi Muslims have been included.” It appears to me that the Modi government is worried about Muslim inclusion rather than Hindu exclusion. In this current situation, we have to unite, not against BJP, or with Muslims, but for the right cause, for humanity. In the end, we are born to live, not for bloodshed, despotism or discrimination. To quote Kabir Das,
No one reads Vedas in the womb.
No Turk was born circumcised.
Dropped from the belly at birth,
A man puts on his costumes
and goes through his acts.