(Organiser, 12.4.2015); Great anguish has been expressed by Dr Anshu Joshi, in her Open Letter to Deepika Padukone, in Organiser, for her absured views on sex, love marriage, etc. We must not blame Deepika, the real culprits are the media, TV channels and the print media, whose main aim is to make money, and give wide publicity to such negative values. The government which is supposed to check such bad activities is also fully responsible for this state of affairs. The worst thing is that even our Constitution has no provision to inculcate moral values based on our culture or dharma. Government is a victim of bad Constitution, which has no place for dharma or moral values. This is the reason for fall in moral values and increase in crimes.
ANAND PRAKASH, 72/
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( Organiser, 26.4.2015); ‘Pro-farmer, Pro- development’ article written by Kalraj Mishra in Organiser is a mind blowing article. Related to this I would like to say that addressing a crowd of kisan-khet-mazdoor gathered at the Ramlila ground on April 19, both Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi derisively roared to condemn Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the amended Land Acquisition Bill, saying it was aimed at paying back the debt that he owns to his industrialist friends who provided loans of thousands of crores of rupees to the BJP to win the election. But the two Congress leaders concealed how successive Congress Governments had been acquiring farmers land from 1951 to 2013 without assessing the social impact and by paying compensation to them at inadequate market price. The 2013 Land Acquisition Act was a conspiracy to ensure that, if the Congress failed to come to power in 2014, the new government would be denied the ease with which Congress Governments had been acquiring the farmer’s land. The duo failed to give even one example of the Modi government in favouring industrialists, and did not explain why the UPA Government , dancing to the corporate tunes, had treacherously distributed 2G Spectrum and coal blocks to their favourite entities, and deprived the public exchequer of lakhs of crores of rupees. The power hungry Congress leaders want the economic plight of the farmers to continue so that they can exploit rural India by hollow promises.
R C SHARMA,
(Organiser,10.5.2015); Apropos to the article ‘ Himalayan Tremor ’ by Ashok B Sharma in Organiser. This refers to the statement of U T Khader, Health Minister of Karnataka with reference to the food packets supplied by Pakistan to the earthquake hit Nepal which contained beef in it. He has stated that since this has happened between Pakistan and Nepal , why is India worried and concerned about it? It is a pity that though he being a Health Minister of a State, he is not aware of the medicinal values of the cow products and shockingly such a person is made a Health Minister. Cow anywhere in the world whether Bharat, Nepal, Pakistan or elsewhere, is bestowed with divine qualities to sustain the mankind on this earth. He should know that cow and its progeny is the backbone of agriculture and the economy of any country, not necessarily of Bharat. And hence killing a cow should be prohibited. Besides, the cow urine is elixir and have medicinal values. In brief we should not forget that cow is a crusader of eco-cycle.
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An Eye Opener
(Organiser, 26.4.2015); This refers to the article ‘An Eye Opener’ by Surendra Kr Gupta in Organiser. It seems Islam as such is not having any common feeling of Islamic brotherhood as such. Shias are killing Sunnies and vice versa. The same is the case with Muslim terrorist organisations. This internal conflicts among the Muslims is harming Islam. However Muslims in non-Muslim countries are happy. I would say that Muslims in Bharat are most fortunate, living in company of tolerant Hindus. They should accept this hard fact of life and disown all forms of Islamic intolerance and violence.