Abvp demands a serious debate (Organiser, 13.10.2013) This refers to ‘ABVP demands a serious debate’ in Organiser in which ‘Right to reject’ and ‘100 per cent polling’ have been commended, to strengthen democracy. Both of these suggestions may look good, but are unpracticable and are not going to give desired results, as India is suffering from so many disabilities. First of all, we have around 20 per cent Muslim voters, who are no different from Pakistanis. They always vote for corrupt anti-Hindu, anti-national political parties, who in turn to appease further their Muslim vote-bank, become polite with Muslim terrorists and appease Pakistan at the cost of national security, and also demoralises our security forces. Due to continuous repaid rise in Muslim population things are going to be very bad in the times to come. Complete exchange of population with Pakistan and Bangladesh is the only solution. This is the most serious problem. Secondly, Hindus are divided in so many ways. Even if we ensure unpracticable 100 per cent voting, how is it going to help? I find, even well educated and well to do persons saying that they do not find any difference between BJP and Congress. When they are told that even an illiterate Muslim clearly understands the difference between the two parties, BJP and Congress, they do not seem to be convinced. Then there are people who are carried away by cheap slogans, false promises, incapable of understanding national issues. There are many who understand only caste and local issues, and many more who are eager to sell their votes for small offer of cash or in kind. And lastly right to reject is a ridiculous concept. Who would bother to go to the polling booth only to tell that no candidate was acceptable? No body. Some measures like teaching of nationalism, moral and social values based on our ancient literature could be taken up, but that is impossible in the present national and constitutional setup, because that would be treated as communal.
Anand Prakash, 72/Sector-8, Panchkula: 134 109