(Organiser 22.9.2013); This is with reference to the article, ‘Patronage to communal forces root cause of riots’ by Dr Manmohan Vaidya in Organiser. After the Partition of India based on Two Nation Theory, on August 15, 1947, the Muslim League flags were overnight taken off from the roof tops in the northern India cities and Delhi. Muslims League almost disappeared, and Muslims started wearing the white colour Gandhi cap and rallied behind the Congress. Those years Sarvadharmasambhava was the mool mantra of Congress to preach and develop the sense of secularism among the masses. Media and intelligentsia debated on this subject in the cross-section of the society for about four decades, and then abruptly stopped. Now it is no more talked by secularists. They only talk about so-called secularism and Hindu-communalism. Under these ideals they project Muslims as oppressed community. Now their focus is on vote-bank politics. As a result, today Muslims are in true colours of pre-Partition days. Regardless of the party they belong, they are one for Muslim cause. So it is the present form of secularism which patronises Islamic communalism. The Samajwadi Party Government is offering sops to Muslim students in UP, like laptops, scholarships, Rs 30,000 to girl student, salary to imams, 5 per cent extra reservation to Muslims, etc.. Even release of Muslims accused of bomb blasts. How would Hindus react, when Muslims are treated as privileged community. This will naturally create anguish and hatred among Hindu boys and girls in the prime of their youth against Muslims. This mars the cardinal principle of Sarvadharmasambhava. Similarly Mamata Banerjee cannot fight against Marxists by patronising Islamic fundamentalism. A time will soon come when Mulayam and Mamata would realise the true colours of Muslims.
HS Mehtani, 89/7, East Punjabi Bagh, New Delhi
Organiser dt 8.9.2013, This refers to two articles under ‘Crime Against Women’ in Organiser, by Shaina NC and Joginder Singh. Everybody is shocked due to abnormal increase in sexual crimes against women, not only in Mumbai but throughout India. The fact is that remedial measures, called empowerment of women, are resulting in uncontrolled intermixing of young unmarried boys and girls, and men and women. This itself is one of the major cause of increase in sexual crimes. Then there is no moral education or Dharmashiksha based on our rich moral values like Matrivat Paradareshu, Paradravyeshu Loshthavat (to see mother in other women and look other’s wealth as a piece of clay), and these values are ridiculed with contempt in the name of secularism and freedom. God did not create men and women to fight, but they are complementary to each other. And lastly strict laws are also needed to curb the crimes.
Anand Prakash, 72/Sector 8, Panchkula: 134 109
Time to anoint Modi for PM’s post (Organiser, 1.9.2013); Dr Dubashi has rightly said , “Men like Sen do not take Modi’s economic model seriously, because it has worked over the last ten years. Anything that works, anything that improves people’s lives, is anathema to people like Sen.” The hurriedly awarded ‘Bharat Ratna’ to Dr Amartya Sen was apparently to secure western recognition for the Government of India’s smartness. That is over. But why does Dr Sen have to talk about Shri Modi? Perhaps there is some quid pro quo. Perhaps, Dr Sen will sponsor Rahul Gandhi for Prime Ministership for some private reason or western support. But the people of Bharat have to decide if they want Italian rule to continue or if Bharatiyas will rule India.
CBD RAO, 39, 15th Cross Road Malleshwaram, Bengaluru: 560 003
Strengthen hands of Modi Give a chance to Shri Narendra Modi to build confidence and trust among people who are reeling under inflation, corruption, scandals, scans and lies. The need of the hour is a strong leader. Of course as usual the Congress Party has started its rumour mongering campaign against Narendra Modi. What was Rajiv Gandhi doing when his mother was shot dead? Did he not look the other way when Sikhs were being murdered? Why point your already stained finger at Narendra Modi? Shri Narendra Modi has emerged as the only strong leader in a Hindu based politics and a Hindu rashtra and would wipe out the name India and bring in Bharat. We should make up our minds and strengthen Narendra Modi’s hands in the coming 2014 elections to make him the next PM.
Shanta Dyuthikar, 39, 15th, Cross Malleshwaram, Bengaluru-3
84 Kosi Parikrama Yatra concludes (Organiser, 22.9.2013); Dirty drama played by the Samajwadi Party in Uttar Pradesh by prohibiting the Vishwa Hindu Parishad’s (VHP) Yatra under the guise of maintaining law and order was totally unfair,unjust and also axe blow on legitimate rights of Hindus.There is complete law of jungle in Uttar Pradesh from the day Samajwadi Party has into power.All so-called secular brigades reproached yatra. Since these elements got an enlightenment that yatra was a political gimmick of the VHP to polarise and consolidate Hindu votes in favour of the BJP, for the forthcoming Lok Sabha polls. Their hypothesis is ridiculous and foolishness. VHP is exclusively a religious organisation and this yatra had nothing to do with politics.
SRIDHAR V KULKARNI,Kalyan, Maharashtra: 421 301
Welcome decision We welcome the decision of the BJP for declaring Shri Narendra Mody as the Prime Ministerial candidate for the elections of 2014. India needs a strong and courageous Prime Minister like Shri Mody. The BJP and its allies in the NDA must unite and win the election in 2014 otherwise the same corrupt Congress Government will come to power. As a Sikh I have only one request to Shri Mody that the killers of the Sikhs in November 1984 must be brought to book. If he does so it will a historical step and the Sikhs will be indebted to him for ever
Amar Jit Singh Goraya, 30 Gillmartin Dr Griffith NSW Australia 2680