I believe the monsoon session of Parliament which kick starts from July 19th will definitely appreciate and acknowledge the pressing realities and challenges of the common and ordinary. Farmers issues, economic downslide, employment, education, and healthcare post-Covid are but areas asking and urging for interventions. Why do our policymakers turn their backs on the common and ordinary being severely impaired, influenced, and impacted by the passage of laws and legislation on the floor of the house?
Tricky is the task of persuading and mobilizing public opinions as for a regime picking and priding itself with rhetoric and propaganda. Nobody will be denied citizenship under CAA. Similarly, a population bill addressing the shortfall and crunch of resources. An exercise aimed at alienating the masses from the voters offering a political tone and temper to those marginalized- OBCs, SCs and backwards being the mainstay makes BJP an attractive alternative to the secluded subaltern since their inauguration to political office in 2014 under the charismatic Narendra Modi who stood still with all his faith and firmness representing their aspirations and ambitions.
It is for this fact that this group continues to be at the receiving end battling all sorts of social ills and injustices perpetrated by dominant castes and communities. Dalits are being tossed, maimed, slaughtered in the name of preserving and protecting conservatism without hardly anyone taking cognizance of it. How will we train our transition by being ignorant of the times in which we are in? Exhibiting wiseness and wisdom will determine our collective fate and future something being overlooked and exaggerated by the present dispensation matching ideological prescriptions of persuasions and propaganda.