Kudos to Organiser
I find Organiser Weekly exhibiting the true spirit of journalism. I respect and appreciate for the same.Organiser has been consistently maintaining the standards of true journalism and national spirit ever since pre-Independence period,perhaps I doubt any newspaper or magazine has attained this feat. Keep it up.
SETURAMASPARI.Email:[email protected] Organiser: Keep it up Being a Maharastrian and ardent reader. I was very found of Lokmanya Tilak’s everlasting editorials. They are so touching and inspiring. Recently I read an article ‘Is Congress shielding rioters? Why riot convictions only in Gujarat?’, of same standard in Organiser Weekly dated 23.9.2012. You have even surpassed the might of late KR Malkani and VP Bhatia. I heartily congratulate the writer Dr R Balashankar for this outright inspiring article and I hope he will pen many more articles like this one. Keep it up please.
Secunderabad, Andhra Pradesh
The traitors in our midst
(Organiser, 30.9.2012); This refers to the article ‘The traitors in our midst’ by MV Kamath in Organiser. He has stated, that “ the standard belief is that it is poverty and unemployment that leads to growth of terrorism.” This is not a standard belief, but a phrase concocted by the Congress, to conceal the sins and crimes of the Muslims, who are their reliable vote-bank, and to befool the Hindus. These Congressmen say that terrorism has no religion, although, the Muslim terrorists openly declare that they were fighting for Islam. To further confuse the Hindus, Congress men also say that there are Hindu terrorists in the form of Naxalites. Very cunning of course. Naxalites never fight for any Hindus cause, and infact they hate Hinduism. Now BJP men also say that terrorists have no religion, perhaps to avoid blame by the Congress that BJP/RSS are dividing the society. But truth must not be ignored and BJP should be bold enough to speak the truth about Islamic terror. In this connection, it would be appropriate to quote Dr BR Ambedkar, the first law Minister in Nehru’s government. He writes on page 83 of his book Pakistan or the Partition of India Published by Thacker & Co. Ltd. Bombay (now Mumbai) that, “The realist must take note of the fact, that the Muslmans look upon the Hindus as kafirs who deserve more to be exterminated than protected.” Shri Kamath makes distinction between the Muslims from Pakistan, and the Muslims living in India as its citizen. In fact there is no such difference, as they all get inspirations from the teachings of Islam. Dr Ambedkar is also of this view, that teachings of Islam will never allow the Muslims to be friendly with the Hindus.
72/Sector-8, Panchkula-134 109
Why such a half hearted step?
Central government has issued instructions to all the states to appoint Muslim Police Inspectors in Muslim areas. This is a half hearted step. Please issue instructions that only Muslim judges shall try the Muslim undertrial prisoners. They shall remain in jail till such time sufficient number of judges are available to try their cases. Muslim patients shall be treated and operated by only Muslim doctors. Muslim teachers shall only impart education to Muslim students from primary to college level education. Where there are more then 50 per cent prisoners in jail, the jailor must essentially be a Muslim. While in train journey, like ladies compartment there should be a separate Muslim compartment.On all Muslim festivals special trains should run from all State capitals to Ajmer Sharif and these trains must essentially have Muslim staff only. If some facilities are still left behind, the so-called secular political parties may also be consulted to fill the gap for their utter satisfaction. It would have been better for UPA, if they would have decided the name of Rajendra Sachchar for the Presidential candidate. No secular political party would have dared to oppose his candidature. By doing this Congress can easily win the 2014 elections.
PS Reddy, D-19 Sector
One Devendranagar, Raipur (CG) 492009
Golbalisation is nothing but Westernisation (Organiser, 14.10.2012) This is with reference to the front page article
‘Globalisation is nothing but westernisation,’
in Organiser. I totally agree with the views of Shri Mohan Bhagwat that what can be produced in the country should not be brought from abroad and what is brought from abroad should be adopted only after making if suitable to our needs. It is not that Congress does not know this but they get hefty political donations when they indulge in treacherous imports of unwanted items and export of needed and scarce resources. The entire Islamic world is bleeding with Islamic terrorism and Christian victimisation. So also the entire Christian world is victim of consumerism, internal violence, collapse family institution and Islamic terrorism. Thus the entire world is looking today towards Bharat for their emancipation. Thus it is only the Hindutva or the Sanatan Sanskriti that has got the solution to majority of the problems the world is confronted with today. It is all a practical experience that during development nature around us is being disturbed and destroyed. In turn this is leading to serious problems like global warming, hole in the Ozone layer, etc. The development as such should never be anti-environment but nature friendly. The rich nations should work for making the entire world as friendly as a family instead highly competitive and deceiving in business. As described in the text this is what is exactly the Integral Humanism propounded by the great thinker Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya. Overuse of natural resources is resulting in natural imbalance and serious threat to human race. In the race for more and more wealth and pleasure human beings are forgotting humanity manushyata (Humanity). I agree with the views of Shri Bhagwat that the ultimate goal of the human life should be paropkaara (Welfare of others) and not upabhog (consumption). Further as said by Shri Bhagwat, “Lack of ethical restriction on knowledge” has led to the invention of weapons of mass destruction. This should be curtailed. In the conclusion let me repeat the words of Shri Mohan Bhagwat that the nation should be the priority and not the personal carriers. Only then we can hope to build (and let us build) a successful and powerful nation to lead the conflict torn word to peace and happiness. Shri Bhagwat has got magic in his words. The text makes the reader happy and spell bound.
PRAMOD PRABHAKAR VALSANGKAR, Dilsukhnagar, Hyderabad-500 060
Caste-based reservations with an eye on vote-bank
Dr BR Ambedkar had wanted reservations to uplift sections of society to remain for ten years only from the time the Constitution came into effect. But our present day politicians are perpetuating caste-based reservations in every sphere with an eye on vote-bank politics. The majority of the people are silent spectators of the injustice heaped upon them as a result of this kind of politics. The promoters of reservation are not bothered about the suffering of the unreserved categories. The reserved category is entitled to share even in the unreserved category, thus shrinking the space for the unreserved sections of the society in matters of employment and promotion. Even the Supreme Court’s directives to not take reservations beyond fifty per cent have been ignored.
According to Union Rural Development Minister Jairam Ramesh at present the country is in badly need of more toilets than temples. I would like to ask the honourable Minister why did he omit to mention mosques, churches, Buddha vihars, gurudwaras along with temples. To prove his secular credentials it is absolutely necessary for him to add all these places of worship along with temples. If not it amounts his anti-Hindu stance. He is requested to release corrigendum immediately otherwise it amounts his anti-Hindu stance.
SRIDHAR V KULKARNI,
Kalyan (West) 421 301
A great advice
When P V Narasihma Rao formed the minority Congress government in 1991. On his visit to Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan the elder statesman C Subramanyam and the intellectual Nani Palkihivala advised him to undertake very boldly all the corrective reform measures that were necessary to pull India out of the economic crisis and impediments in growth. He was urged to undertake these measures immediately as the lack of a majority is a great advantage. He could threaten the Lok Sabha that, if these measures are not approved, he would advise dissolution of the Parliament and go in for mid-term elections. The small regional parties would not like the expensive elections so early and so would be forced not to oppose the reforms. Manmohan Singh’s government is now in the same position as that of PV Narasimha Rao . The various regional parties, populist and casteist are trying to hold the government to ransom by various types of demands including packages of financial grants to the respective states. Manmohan Singh and Sonia Gandhi would do well to adopt the strategy of PV Narasimha Rao and carry out all the reforms.
Dr TH CHOWDARY,
8, P&T Colony Karkhana
Secunderabad- 500 009
Protect the honour of woman
If the Central government can block the websites causing communal disharmony, it should also block porn websites. A big generation is affected by this. BJP should boldly declare that it will take steps to protect the honour of our women who are worshipped as Devi in Bharat.
BV RAO 66, ‘Vinaya Purna’,
5th Cross Netaji Layout, Vijayanagara
Bengaluru 560 040
If Rahul Gandhi thinks he is going to become the next Prime Minister of India, he is absolutely wrong. As for me, I am not at all going to vote for the Congress this time. They make false promises at the time of elections and do not fulfil them when they come into power. Rahul Gandhi, Priyanka Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi made very big speeches before elections, but not one of their promises have been fulfilled. And to think we are going to vote for them this time? A big No! Like his late father, Rajiv Gandhi, Rahul is not at all fit to become the Prime Minister of India. So are Sonia Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi.
Dombivili, Mumbai – 421 202
Embrace Islam—become the next PM
Mulayam Singh has a strong desire to become the Prime Minister of India and for that he has kept himself spared, giving the post of Chief Ministership of UP to his son Akhlesh Yadav.It is not difficult for him to become the Prime Minister. For that he shall have just to leave his religion Hinduism and shall have to embrace Islam for which he is highly dedicated even now. All the 20 per cent Muslim votes without exception and 30 per cent Hindu votes who are actually secular will go to him and he will easily become the Prime Minister. For every Hindu politician power and money are at the top above the head and religion and dedication to the country are at the bottom below the feet. This has been the history since Independence.
Andheri East, Mumbai
Government must take steps against corruption
It seems UPA has no regard for the hardships that the common man is facing thanks to the UPA’s policies. Allowing Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in the retail sector is a bad news for thousands of people whose business will face stiff competition from big retail chains and other brands that will soon enter the Indian market. The only way the government can restore the confidence of the people is by taking steps against each and every corrupt politician irrespective of the party to which he belongs.
RAJAT SAHANI, Indore