Readers’ Forum:Even tiny creatures matters
Even tiny creatures matters
(Organiser, 27.7.2014); This refers to the article in the Kid’s Org. Page of Organiser titled ‘Even tiny creatures matters’ by Aniket Raja. Though this page is meant for kids as the name of the page goes as ‘ Kid’s Org.’, many a times I feel that this is also a befitting read to many a adults , which make a vital part of our society or morality.Here ,in this issue we should not forget that our earth has a eco-cycle and every specie big , small or tiny has a niche in it forming a ‘Food Chain’ and keeping our eco-cycle alive. Here I wish to point out at this juncture that cow specie can be considered as the king of the eco-cycle wherein it decomposes vegetative matter within 24 hours whereas other micro organisms take a minimum period of 75 days, I wish Organiser publish more of such informative articles to enhance the knowledge of its readers.
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No cost matters for national pride
(Organiser, 27. 7. 2014); This refers to ‘No cost matters for national pride’ in Organiser by Dr Ravindra Agrawal. Sardar Patel has been praised as a symbol of unity. Shri Narendra Modi’s idea of Patel’s statue may be considered as good but in reality he doesn’t deserve such respect as it would be clear from his deeds. Firstly, Patel was so much afraid of Nehru that he forced angry members of the Constituent Assembly to pass Article 370 for J&K, only to please Nehru, who was away on tour. Secondly, he refused to help dying Hindus and Sikhs left in Pakistan, when Hindu Mahasabha leader Dr Khare requested in the Constituent Assembly to declare them as Hindu nationals .Thirdly, Patel did not take much interest when Chakma Buddhist leaders met him for help for inclusion of CHT in India. Fourthly he deliberately delayed police action in Hyderabad State and allowed Muslim hooligans to kill Hindus .And lastly he yielded to the pressure of anti- Hindu Gandhi to make space for anti-Hindu Nehru to lead the nation, in spite of the fact that he had overwhelming support of the Congress, thus allowing India to slip into the hands of anti- Hindu and anti -national forces led by Nehru. It would not be wrong if the idea of stalling the statue of Sardar Patel is reconsidered.
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BSP Chief Mayawati has pathetically been trying to save her skin by blaming the misrule of the Congress led UPA responsible for her party’s crushing defeat in the recent Lok Sabha polls. How can she blame others? In fact she herself should be blamed for her party’s zero performance in the elections. In spite of knowing the misrule of UPA she always extended her party’s support to the UPA government with the sole intention to keep the BJP away from power and to save her skin as the UPA was ready for a CBI investigation for her misdeeds. She should not forget that whenever you raise one figure on others three fingers will be raised on you. Fundamental changes are needed in her party’s policies for survival.
SRIDHAR V KULKARNI,
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Why talk only of Godhra ?
It is hard to forecast the future of any country more so the failure of the US to foresee the event that was about to happen in 2014 in Bharat.The Americans refused to issue a visa to Shri Narendra Modi. They were blind to the writing on the wall. They saw Shri Narendra Modi as a “contentious political candidate with a politically uncertain future never realising that he was on his way to the top.” (The Hindu, 17.7.2014)He was refused visa for not apologising for the 2002 riots .Flogging a dead horse? Why not revive it by reminding the Congress the massacre of Sikhs after Indira Gandhi’s assassination in 1984 ? The Congress leaders – no names need to be mentioned—went about shouting Khoon ka badala khoon and killed Sikhs. When Rajiv Gandhi was informed about the massacre he said “ When a mighty tree falls it is only natural that the earth around it does shake a little.” How apt? How convenient ? How can this be compared to the Godhra incident where karsevaks were burnt alive? Did the Congress apoligised? Have the Sikhs forgotten? Why point out at Narendra Modiji? After he was elected Prime Minister he explained about what had happened in Godhra and felt sad. A painful chapter that happened in Gujarat .What happened in Delhi? All those involved in the killings were promoted, not a single person was booked.
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