(Organiser, 2.8.2015); This refers to the editorial in Organiser titled ‘ May Lonard Muslims Replace ISIS ’, in which good will gesture by a group of Muslims in a tiny town of Lonard in western Maharashtra has been appreciated. There is no use of begging and yearning for good will from Muslims and this exceptional incident is not going to change the mind set of Muslims, especially in places where they are in majority. In Lonard region, they happen to be in small minority , and postponement of slaughter of animals on Eid is not a big thing. In our truncated Bharat, a country meant to be homeland for the Hindus and non-Muslims, Muslims are the biggest problem, much bigger than all the other problems put together. Therefore this verbal appeasement must be stopped.
ANAND PRAKASH, 72/Sector -8, Panchkula 134 109
It is a great news that the UAE Government will gift land for the construction of a temple in Abu Dhabi. This is a good example for Bharat’s pseudo-secular politicians trying to secure vote-banks . As Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on August 15, there is no place for casteism and communalism in Bharat.
HANSRAJ BHAT, Mumbai
Always Be Prepared !
Apropos of the article ‘Always Be Prepared!’ by Maj Gen Dhruv C Katoch in Organiser. After two Press conferences one in Islamabad by Pakistan’s de facto National Security Advisor Sartaj Aziz and another by Minister for External Affairs Sushma Swaraj in New Delhi immediately afterwards, it has become evident that the New Delhi meeting between the NSAs of the two countries would not happen. Finally Pakistan called off the talks. In the face of heightened pressure from the Pakistan Army and political opponents, in the aftermath of the Modi-Nawaz agreement in Ufa to have the two NSAs meet to discuss terrorism alone, the Nawaz Sharif government made a quick U-turn, insisting on occupying Kashmir. Pakistan was caught in its own web of lies, which Smt Sushma Swaraj exposed in a masterly articulation of the entire issue. Its duplicity and dishonesty should finally convince New Delhi that no meaningful talks are possible with our neighbour, given its sickening obsession with Kashmir.
M RATAN, New Delhi
Why discard our own language
Recently I was going through old issues of Organiser. While going through the issue I read an article by Aniket Raja titled ‘Why discard our own language’. In this reference I want to intimate the naked reality of status of Hindi, the official language of Bharat under Article 343 of the Constitution. I am working as Under Secretary in a Central Ministry. When I was working as Section Officer in Income Tax Judicial Section of Central Board of Direct Taxes, during September 2009 to October 2009, I was harassed and penalised by supervisors for doing my entire official in Hindi. I was transferred since I was working in Hindi. Later the DOPT department, under the advice of Department of Revenue, imposed minor penalty on me , with the approval of the then PM Manmohan Singh, that too without any inquiry. My point is that when there is so much of hatred towards Hindi in the Central Government why to celebrate Hindi Divas and falsely project that we support Hindi. I want Organiser family to take up the pitiable case of Hindi in the Central Government working.
RAJ KUMAR PANDEY,
R K Puram, New Delhi