Thursday, March 12, 2015

An undeserved victory for AAP, A deserving defeat for BJP

An undeserved victory for AAP,  A deserving defeat for BJP

The 67:3 victory for AAP, against BJP, in the Delhi Assembly elections is indeed shocking. The Delhi electorates have committed a blunder which they will realise sooner than later. The same Delhi voters overwhelmingly voted for BJP in the parliamentary elections held in April 2014, and made all the seven BJP candidates victorious. What miracles Arvind Kejriwal has done in the intervening period -April 2014 to February 2015 - which warranted this landslide for AAP? It is indeed a puzzle.

Commenting on the results of 2013 Delhi election, our January 2014 issue cover page read: “Naxalites-Maoists: With weapons, in jungles; Without weapons, in Delhi”. My editorial in the same issue read: “AAP is a party of hotchpotch rookies who do not believe in the rule of law. Its growth is not in the interest of our nation. They have no love for our nation and its culture”. I still stand by it. In fact, Arvind Kejriwal wanted to create civil disturbance in India, like the Arab Spring in some Islamic countries. Now he has restarted it, by joining hands with Anna.

My stand is proved right by the events that followed. He resigned his Chief Ministership in a hurry, probably with the ambition of becoming the Prime Minister of India, by fighting the 2014 parliamentary elections! Since then, many of the top leaders of AAP have resigned. Some have even joined BJP. Some senior leaders have estranged relationship with Kejriwal.

Arvind Kejriwal is taking money from dubious sources. The Rs.2 crores he received in a single day from four dubious companies run by the same persons is indeed shocking. The Income Tax Dept. may have given him a clean chit about the legality of the donation. But the real identity of the donors and the motive behind giving such large sums as donation are yet to be established.
If press reports are to be believed, AAP has received moneys from Pakistan and Dubai also. AK has exploited the alleged attacks on Churches. He has communalised the issue to polarize Christian votes towards AAP. This gives one the suspicion whether these attacks were orchestrated. Earlier he had self-confessed that he is an Anarchist.

It is deplorable that the voters of Delhi have chosen such a person - an anarchist, a pathological liar and a man of doubtful character - as their Chief Minister. It is an undeserved victory for AAP. Now let us wait and see how he implements all his promises of freebies. It is not going to be an easy task.
The Congress, which ruled Delhi for 15 long years, has been completely wiped out from Delhi. In fact, it is a question of survival for the Congress all over the country, as it is now ruling only in a few states. It has already lost its relevance in Indian politics. Modiji has almost attained his goal of Congress-mukt Bharat.

The near rout of BJP from Delhi should act as an eye-opener for the party. While it got 33% votes in the 2013 assembly elections, it got 46% votes in the subsequent parliamentary elections held in April 2014 and won all the 7 MP seats in Delhi. However, in the 2015 Assembly Elections, its vote share has gone back again to 32%. What happened to the 13% additional voters who voted for BJP in the parliamentary elections? Why they could not be retained by BJP? In other words, why they left BJP?
It seems that Hindu voters have started deserting the BJP, as we have been continuously warning. The Modi Govt. has not done anything to please Hindu voters. Modiji has been loving his enemies and hating his friends who have stood with him during his darkest period. He has started compromising on the party’s core ideologies. After his meeting with Obama and other Foreign Heads, there is a perceptible change in his attitude. He is giving up his Hindutva ideologies and is becoming more and more secular - the mistake which Vajpayeeji did.

Modiji had shaken hands with Aamir Khan, who has all along been campaigning against him and who has insulted Hindu Gods and Gurus in his film PK. 

Sanjay Dutt, who is a terror convict, comes out in parole at will. Last time when he was on parole for 14 days, at the end of the parole period he went to the jail for surrendering. But the jail authorities did not take him in and turned him back home, making a mockery of conviction. Such is the leniency for Dutt. But look at Sadhvi Pragya, Swami Aseemanand, Swami Amirutanand Dev Tirth (Shankaracharya of Sharda Peet, Srinagar), Col. Purohit, etc. (all accused in Malegaon Blast case) who are rotting in jail for the last 6 years without even a trial.

Tarun Tejpal of Tehelka, accused in a rape case, has got bail and is roaming free. But look at Sant Asaram Bapu, accused in a rape case, who is languishing in jail for more than a year. Are there two laws in our country?

Tehelka, Cobra Post, Gulail, Caravan, etc. were well known for sting operations only against BJP. They never targeted the corrupt Congress. Will they be taken to task for ‘manufacturing’ news and motivated reporting in the name of journalistic freedom?

Karan Thapar, a terrorist-journalist, desired for the ‘sudden elimination’ of Modiji. In a democracy, what is meant by ‘sudden elimination’? Why such terrorist-journalists are allowed to remain in the profession? The disgusting thing is that some BJP Ministers are unabashedly giving him interview.
Rajdeep Sardesai always badmouthed Modiji. When he was in NDTV, along with Barkha Dutt, he spewed venom on Modiji. But his book is released by Arun Jaitley. NDTV is in the news for its involvement in 2G and tax evasion. But the same NDTV is selected for special interviews by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley. What message it sends to the people? 

The delay in bringing in the black moneys stashed abroad is also causing concern among the common man. To be very frank, there is a general feeling among citizens that Arun Jaitley is very lenient towards Sonia and Congressmen and is not the right man for this job, which should have been entrusted with either Dr. Subramaniam Swamy or Arun Shourie. The question as to why both these persons are kept out of the cabinet (and why Jaitley is given so much importance with so many portfolios) is indeed baffling the common man.

AAP has received Rs.2 crores from 4 dormant companies owned by the same persons, on a single day in April 2014. The details were available in their website. What was the Finance Minister doing for 8 months? Couldn’t he have enquired in to the source of these fundings and exposed AAP then itself?
No action has been taken against all corrupt UPA politicians, including Sonia and Vadra. All are roaming free, and the common man tends to think that they are all saints, when the facts are otherwise. Why Sonia is not asked to vacate 10 Janpath? On what capacity she is occupying such a vast bungalow?

A few antisocial elements, under the banner of National Advisory Council, hatched a plot to ‘democratically enslave’ Hindus by bringing in a Communal Violence Bill. It was a providential escape for Hindus that the bill could not be enacted. But all these antisocial elements and hate-mongers are allowed to go scot free. Can’t they be hauled up for planning to create civil unrest in the country, by scheming Muslims and Christians against Hindus?

Modiji invariably ends his every speech with the slogan ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’. He did so even in New York (USA) and Sydney (Australia). But he avoided saying ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’ in Srinagar. Is Srinagar in an Islamic country? Does this not amount to compromising on their core ideologies? Whom were you trying to please, Modiji? BJP has also put in the back burner nationalist issues like, building of Ram Temple, Enacting of law for banning cow slaughter, repealing of article 370, bringing in uniform civil code, etc. etc. Taking objection to Ghar Wapsi programmes of VHP is unbecoming of BJP leaders.

The costly pinstripe monogrammed suit Modiji wore when he met Obama has not gone down well with common citizens. Many think that the PM of a developing country like India need not boast like this before a foreign dignitary. (That the suit fetched Rs.4.31 crore in an auction is a different matter.) Modiji should remember what Swami Vivekananda said - ‘In Western countries, gentlemen are made by Tailors, but in our country, gentlemen are determined by their characters’ (which Modiji has in plenty). 

Neglecting all these and many other Hindu issues has antagonized a considerable section of Hindus, who are likely to remain absent from voting in the future.
In the 2014 parliamentary elections, 31% people voted for BJP, giving it 282 seats. There are 69% who did not vote for BJP. Out of the 31% who voted for BJP, at least 10% are hard core Hindus who will never vote for Congress, Communists or Anarchists. But if a party (in this case BJP) does not care for their interests, they will just remain absent from voting. This will bring down the voting percentage of BJP to 21%, and your seats share will drastically come down, as it has happened in Delhi from 46% to 32%.

On the contrary, if you take care of Hindu interests, the 31% may go up to 40%, giving you a tally of say 400 seats in parliament. Modiji should remember that Hindus voted for him not just for development alone. They want something more - the sagging Hindu esteem to be revived.

Narendra Modiji and BJP should realise that it is not Obama or some foreign dignitaries who will fetch votes for them. Nor will Muslims and Christians ever vote for BJP (exceptions apart). It is Hindu activists of all hue who are in touch with the people 24x7x365 and bring votes for the party; BJP workers come at the time of election and then disappear. What Modiji is doing to please these Hindu activists, so that they again campaign for him in 2019, is the question.

This is not to say that Muslims and Christians (I refuse to call them ‘minorities’ as it is unconstitutional) should be neglected. They are citizens of this country with equal rights and duties. But no nation can develop if it allows its 80% majority sulking. This will also put in jeopardy a second term for Modi Govt. in 2019. Therefore Modiji has to cultivate Hindu votes, to avoid the repeat of 2004 & 2009.

I hope the Delhi election results act as a deserving defeat for BJP. It is a warning bell for BJP, to mend its ways. Modiji should prove that he is a ruthless politician too (apart from being honest and sincere) and not a sadhu, so that what happened to Vajpayeeji in 2004 does not happen to Modiji in 2019.

Therefore, in the interest of this Hindu Nation, Modiji, the Hindu Nationalist, should stop becoming secular, as Hindutva is real secularism, and should turn his attention towards serving Hindu/National interests. Once Hindus are convinced that he has Hindu ideals in heart, they will again vote for him in 2019. Modiji is the only hope for Hindus. If Modiji cannot revive Hindu pride, no one can do it in the near future, and Hindus will be doomed for ever. 

At the end, just a warning: Now that Congress has been decimated, defeat of Modiji (God forbid) in 2019 will leave the field open for parochial elements.  Nationalist Hindus will start losing faith in democracy and will distance themselves from voting. This void will be filled up by anarchists like Arvind Kejriwal who is an embodiment of Naxalites, Maoists, Communists and antinationals. Anna’s andolan in Delhi on 24th Feb., joined by Arvind Kejriwal, is an example. In such a situation, there will be anarchy in the country and then, instead of Pakistan, it will be India which will be considered as a failed nation. I am sure, Modiji is aware of this, more than you and me.

Thursday, January 29, 2015

The farce called “Secularism” & “Minority”

The farce called “Secularism”  and “Minority”

About 200 Muslims in Agra came back to their original faith - Hinduism - on 8th Dec. 2014. The programme called “Ghar Vapsi” was organised by Dharma Jagran Samiti, an outfit of RSS/VHP.
Vishwa Hindu Parishad has been organising such Ghar Vapsi programmes for years. I too have participated in many such programmes, which are purely voluntary and peaceful. All legal formalities such as taking the consent of the person, signature of witnesses, filling up of form for declaration in the govt. gazette etc., are complied with meticulously by the organisers. Where is the question of illegality or force here?

But our opposition, which has absolutely no issue to corner the Modi govt., took this opportunity to paralyse the Rajya Sabha because of their numbers. They shouted that our secularism is in danger. I fail to understand why the BJP members can not turn the table on the opposition on the question of “secularism”.

In fact, Indian secularism is a fraud on the nation perpetrated by the Nehruvian congress, with a view  polarizing Muslim/Christian votes. They have been doing it successfully because the BJP has no guts to question the Congress, as BJP itself is vainly hoping to garner some of the Muslim and Christian votes.

The founding fathers of our constitution never thought of the need for the word ‘secular’ in our constitution. They made it a Hindu Constitution and included nearly twenty oil paintings in the original constitution - such as Kurukshetra, Lanka Vijay, Sita Udhar, Lord Natraj, etc. etc. They knew that HINDUTVA IS SECULARISM and hence there is no need to mention the word ‘secular’ in our constitution.

The word ‘secular’ was smuggled in to the preamble of our constitution by Smt. Indira Gandhi in 1976, during emergency when democracy was subverted and all the opposition leaders were put behind bars. This was done under the 42nd amendment to the constitution, without defining what ‘secular’ means.

However, when the Janata Party came to power in 1977, Prime Minister Morarji Desai wanted to repeal the said 42nd amendment, but could not do so due to short of numbers in the Rajya Sabha. (Please also refer to page no. 30 for additional reading).

I want to question the champions of secularism - what was the status of our nation between 1947 and 1976 (when the word ‘secular’ was inserted)? Was it a Islamic Nation, Christian Nation or Hindu Nation? When the founding fathers of our constitution did not feel the need to include the word ‘secular’ in the preamble to our constitution, why did Indira Gandhi insert the word? Was she more clever and intelligent than the framers of our constitution? No, Indira Gandhi was just cunning, to usurp Muslim votes.

The real meaning of secularism is : non-interference of the government in the religious affairs of its citizen. In a multi-religious country like ours, we can say secularism means ‘respecting all religions and treating them equally’. But in reality, appeasing the ‘minorities’, at the cost of the majority, has come to mean ‘secularism’ in our country.

As the word ‘secularism’ is interpolated into the preamble of our constitution, the word ‘minority’ too is distorted by the Nehruvian Congress. The intention is the same - to scheme Muslims/Christians against Hindus.

Our Constitution does not define the word ‘Minority” too. However, Article 29 titled ‘Protection of interests of minorities’ says: “Any section of the citizens residing in the territory of India or any part thereof having a distinct language, script or culture of its own shall have the right to conserve the same”. Does it anywhere talk about religion? Then how did religion come into the picture? Simple, the anti-Hindu Nehruvian Congress distorted this Article to appease Muslims and Christians, taking the Hindus for a ride.

Further, Article 15 (1) of our constitution says: “The State shall not discriminate against any citizen on grounds only of religion, race, caste, sex, place of birth or any of them”. Then how did the National Commission for Minorities Act, 1992, which discriminates and divides the citizen on the grounds of religion, was passed by parliament. Is that Act not unconstitutional?

On this subject, I have written to the Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi on 17th Nov. 2014 (Refer to Hindu Voice, Dec. 2014). I have still not received an acknowledgment. I have also written to the Union Minister of Minority Affairs, Dr. Najma Heptulla, on 18th Dec. 2014 (Refer to page no. 10).
The word ‘secularism’, inserted on a sly by Indira Gandhi, should be deleted from our constitution. Hindutva is the guarantee for secularism. As long as Hindus are in a majority, democracy, freedom and secularism will not only survive but also thrive in India, as it did during 1947-1976.

Instead of correcting the historical wrongs done by the Nehruvian Congress (as Shri Morarji Desai tried to do in 1977), Modi govt. too is perpetrating them. Hence there is substance in the accusation that the Modi govt. is no different from the UPA.

The opposition leaders who are pretending to be the guardians of secularism are hypocrites. Their concern is that those who leave Islam and Christianity were their vote banks, who will now shift their loyalty to BJP.

In the 2014 parliamentary elections, 31% Hindus voted for Modi. But Modi seems to be eagre to appease and court the 69% who voted against him, taking the 31% for granted, even compromising on party’s core ideologies (Refer to page 12). Any way, let Modi mind his business of ‘development’ and not bother about such Ghar Vapsi programmes (which in turn are going to benefit his own party).
The PM or the BJP has no right to give instructions to RSS/VHP or any Hindu organisations as to what they should and should not do, as long as what they do is legal and peaceful. Ghar Vapsi programmes are going on for many years and should continue till every Hindu who has strayed away from Sanatan Hindu Dharm wants to
come back on his own volition.

Monday, December 22, 2014

My Letter to Dr. Najma Heptulla

My Letter to Dr. Najma Heptulla

18th December 2014

Dr. Najma Heptulla
Union Minister of Minority Affairs
Government of India
Paryavaran Bhawan, 11th floor
CGO Complex, Lodhi Road
NEW DELHI 110003

Dear Respected Minister,

Your Ministry is unconstitutional

I saw in today’s newspaper (DNA, Mumbai) a full page advertisement of your ministry titled “Ministry celebrates Minorities Rights Day”. The advertisement talks, among many other things, about development of cyber Madarsas in WB and bridging the gap between Madarsa education and the mainstream education.

Dear Madam Minister, if your Ministry considers only Muslims and Christians as minorities, then I question the very existence of your ministry under the constitution. The Constitution of India does not define the word ‘minority’ anywhere. It uses the word ‘minorities’ in Article 29, 30 and 350A&B. Enclosed is  a copy of a letter dated 31st October 2013, from the CPIO and the Under Secretary to the Govt. of India, New Delhi, in reply to a RTI query, which vindicates my stand.

Article 29 of our Constitution titled ‘Protection of interests of minorities’ says: “Any section of the citizens residing in the territory of India or any part thereof having a distinct language, script or culture of its own shall have the right to conserve the same”. The Article does not talk about ‘Muslims’ or ‘Christians’  or religion, but only about ‘distinct language, script or culture’. So, the question of ‘religious minority’ does not arise at all. 

Looking at the diversity of our nation (with different castes, creeds, languages, scripts, life styles, etc), the founding fathers of our Constitution have prudently inserted Article 29, to conserve citizens language, script and way of life when they go and settle in other states, with a view to strengthening national integration. 

However, this Article (29) meant for protecting the ‘distinct language, script or culture’ has been distorted to give it a religious (read communal) colour by the ‘secular’ dispensation. The Article is twisted to mean only Muslims and Christians, against the intention of our Constitution framers. The term ‘distinct language, script or culture’ is given a go by and the term ‘religious minorities’ has taken its place.

This distortion with vote bank considerations was initiated by the Nehruvian congress, which schemed Muslims/Christians against Hindus. Unfortunately it is being continued even today by Modiji’s government.

What I want to say is that the constitution of your ministry is unconstitutional (if it is catering to the needs of only Muslims and Christians). Since your above referred advertisement talks only about the development of Muslims, Waqf Board, etc. (and not about conserving the distinct language, script or culture), I must humbly say that you are perpetrating an unconstitutional act.

Further, Article 15 (1) of our constitution says: “The State shall not discriminate against any citizen on grounds only of religion, race, caste, sex, place of birth or any of them”. Hence, the National Commission for  Minorities Act, 1992, which discriminates and divides the citizen on the grounds of religion, is also unconstitutional. Irrespective of our religions, we are all citizens of India with equal rights and duties. This should be the cardinal principle, which is enshrined in our constitution.

I would therefore request for an explanation from your ministry as to the constitutionality of the existence of your ministry and its celebration of “Minorities Rights Day” which are all in violation of our constitution.

This letter will be published in my Monthly “Hindu Voice”. As and when I receive your reply, I will publish that too, in fairness to you.
Thank you.
Yours truly

P. Deivamuthu
Editor, Hindu Voice.

P.S:     For your information - I have also written to the Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modiji         on this subject, on 17th November 2014, and am still awaiting a reply. Earlier, I             wrote to the Chief Justice of India, on 18th Nov. 2013, which just went unnoticed.

cc:    Shri Narendra Modiji
    Prime Minister of India
    7, Race Course Road
    New Delhi 110001

Friday, November 21, 2014

My Letter to the PM

 My Letter to the PM

Use of the term ‘Religious Minority’ is unconstitutional

17th November 2014

Shri Narendra Modi Ji
Prime Minister of India
7 Race Course Road
New Delhi 110001

Dear Prime Minister,

Sub: Use of the term ‘Religious Minority’ is unconstitutional

There is no term as ‘Religious Minority’ in our Constitution. However, the Nehruvian Congress has hijacked the word ‘minority’ as mentioned in Article 29 of our Constitution, to mean Muslims and Christians, which is a distortion and subversion.

Enclosed is  a copy of a letter dated 31st October 2013, from the CPIO and the Under Secretary to the Govt. of India, New Delhi, addressed to a reader of Hindu Voice, Shri Anil Shantaram Gudekar, giving information under the RTI Act, 2005, on Articles 29, 30, and 350 A&B.

Article 29 of our Constitution titled ‘Protection of interests of minorities’ says: “Any section of the citizens residing in the territory of India or any part thereof having a distinct language, script or culture of its own shall have the right to conserve the same”. The Article does not talk about ‘Muslims’ or ‘Christians’  or religion, but only about ‘language, script or culture’. So, the question of ‘religious minority’ does not arise at all.

Looking at the diversity of our nation (with different castes, languages, scripts, life styles, etc), the framers of our Constitution have prudently inserted Article 29, to conserve citizens language, script and way of life when they go and settle in other states, with a view to strengthening national integration.

However, this Article (29) meant for protecting the ‘language, script or culture’ has been distorted to give it a religious (read communal) colour by the ‘secular’ dispensation. The Article is twisted to mean only Muslims and Christians, against the intention of our Constitution framers. The term ‘language, script or culture’ is given a go by and the term ‘religious minorities’ has taken its place.

This is a subversion of our Constitution by the continuous governments at the Centre and in the States.

Further, Article 15 (1) of our constitution says: “The State shall not discriminate against any citizen on grounds only of religion, race, caste, sex, place of birth or any of them”. Still, the Govt. of India has enacted a law - National Commission for  Minorities Act, 1992, without defining the word ‘minority’. However, under this act, the Govt. has declared five religious communities - Muslims, Christians, Sikhs, Bhuddists and Parsis - (and now Jains also) as minorities. 

When the constitution prohibits any discrimination of the citizens on the basis of religion, how can a law be enacted discriminating people on the basis of religion? Hence, the National Commission for Minorities Act, 1992 is unconstitutional.

First, the Govt. of India has snatched away the rights available to linguistic minorities and has wrongly conferred it on religious minorities, i.e. Muslims and Christians, violating Article 29 of our Constitution.

Second, by enacting a law - National Commission for  Minorities Act, 1992 - the Govt. of India has violated Article 15 (1) of the Constitution.
I therefore humbly request you:
(1)     To declare that the National Commission for  Minorities Act, 1992 is ultra vires Article 15 (1) of our Constitution.
(2)     To declare unconstitutional the pronouncement of our Prime Minister that ‘Minorities, particularly Muslims, must have the first claim on our resources’ made on 9th Dec. 2006 at the National Development Council Meeting in New Delhi.
(3)     To ban all reservations by the Central and State Governments, made on the basis of religion, violating Article 15 (1) of our Constitution.
(4)     To order all state governments (including YOUR GOVT.) to wind up their Minority Affairs Ministry, or instruct them that the MAM should protect and conserve the ‘distinct language, script or culture’ of people of other states settled in their states, and no religious tone should be attached to MAM.
(5)     To order all political parties that any reference to religious minorities amounts to dividing the citizen on the basis of religion and is a violation of our Constitution and hence it should be stopped forthwith.
(6)     To declare that all the schemes, special privileges and monetary benefits given to anyone on the basis of religion and all pronouncements made favouring religious minorities, either by the Central or State Governments, are null and void.
(7)     To ban the establishment of “Special Courts” for speedy trial of Muslims, and also to ban all Sharia courts.
(8)     To order the abolition of Minority Commissions established by all state governments on religious basis.
(9)     To ban the establishment of ‘Minority Cells’ based on religions, by all political parties. However, ‘Minority Cells’ meant to conserve the ‘distinct language, script or culture’ of citizens from other states is perfectly OK.
(10) To ban the appointment of any Committee, present or in future, to recommend welfare schemes for the benefit of any section of the citizens on the basis of religion.

You will understand that ours is a secular nation, and anything done on the basis of religion is against the canon of secularism enshrined in our constitution. But the earlier Govt. of India was tomtoming about secularism and at the same time was providing special privileges to a section of the people purely on the basis of religion. This is just oxymoron, apart from being unconstitutional. Also, discrimination on the basis of religion is against the canons of Justice, Equality and Fraternity as enshrined in the Preamble to our Constitution. This is also against  Article 51A (e) - Fundamental Duties - “to promote harmony and the spirit of common brotherhood amongst all the people of India ...”

I hope your Govt. will take necessary steps to correct this purported anomaly, and treat all citizens - irrespective of religion, caste, creed, language or colour - equally as guaranteed in our constitution.
Thanking you,

Yours truly
(P. Deivamuthu)
Editor, Hindu Voice
Teen Dongri, Yashwant Nagar
Goregaon West, Mumbai 400062
Tel: 022-28764460, 28764418, 09324728153

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

The Achievements of Hindu Voice

The Achievements of Hindu Voice

(Editorial in Hindu Voice, Oct. 2014)
Hindu Voice was launched in April 2002, as a repercussion to the Godhra carnage and the subsequent reprisal of Hindus in Gujarat. Since its inception, Hindu Voice has been following the advice of Bhagwan Sri Krishna : Paritranaya Sadhunam, Vinashaya Cha Dushkritam, Dharmasam-sthapanarthaya. The meaning is clear. For establishing Dharm, two things have to be done simultaneously (1)  protecting the virtuous, and (2) annihilating (vadh) the wickeds. Just protecting the virtuous alone wouldn’t do. The evil forces too have to be eliminated.

While every one agrees and is ready to follow the former, rarely any one is interested in taking up the latter task - i.e. annihilating the wicked. And without annihilating the evil forces, the establishment of dharm will not be complete. 

Further, if the wicked are not eliminated, these evil forces can destroy the achievements made in the former sphere - protecting the pious - at one stroke, as the ISIS in Iraq is doing.
Therefore, Hindu Voice decided to concentrate more on the latter job - i.e. annihilating (vadh) the wicked. Now, in a democratic set up and under the rule of law, how does one annihilate? In today’s context, annihilation can only mean exposing these evil forces before the general public, and make the public to be the judges. One can work only as an intellectual warrior, which Hindu Voice is doing, with great success.

Now which are these evil forces. Without identifying them, how can one destroy them? Hindu Voice has identified them in the form of  six yamahs (6Ms). They are : (1) Mullahs, (2) Missionaries, (3) Marxists, (4) Mecaulayists, (5) Media, and (6) Maino (Sonia).

When I say Mullahs and Missionaries, they should not be confused with common Muslims and Christians. Muslims and Christians are citizens of this nation, like you and me. It is the fanatic Mullahs and Missionaries/pastors who instigate them and use them as a tool to wield political power.

Now, what is the yardstick for annihilation? How does one measure it? In a democratic set up election is the only yardstick to measure the success or otherwise of the annihilation process. Only during election, people give their collective judgement. Isn’t it? After exposing some one, we have to leave it to the judgement of the people.  

In the May 2014 elections, the people of this nation, in their collective judgement, elected Narendra Modi as their Prime Minister, with a clear majority. Modi had declared himself as a Hindu Nationalist. His extraordinary qualities are well known to the people. Hindu Voice too vigorously campaigned for him for the last many years. Lakhs of copies of our leaflet and thousands of copies of our books have been distributed all over the nation, exposing these 6Ms, and appealing to voters to vote for Narendra Modi.

At this moment, it is appropriate to evaluate the success of Hindu Voice. I can confidently say that HV has achieved a run away success in achieving its goal.  During these 12+ years, not a single issue of Hindu Voice was missed. There is no combined issue also. All the issues have come out in time. 

Now, let us see how Hindu Voice is successful in annihilating each one of these 6Ms.
1. Maino (Sonia Gandhi) : An illiterate, Italian Catholic, Maino became one of the most powerful women and the 4th richest person in the world. She was virtually running the Govt. of India, by appointing a dumb, week and dishonest Manmohan Singh as the PM, for 10 years. After the unexpected victory in 2009, Sonia was so emboldened that she thought that India is a ‘banana republic’ and Indians are ‘mango people’ and she can denigrate all democratic institutions and loot this country at will. But Indians are mature and intelligent. They have given the Congress only 44 seats in the Lok Sabha, unqualified to be even the official opposition party. In a dozen states, it has not got a single seat. The Congress may never regain its lost glory, and a Maino-mukht Bharat is going to be a reality.

2. Mullahs : The Indian parliament used to have nearly 60 Muslim MPs. They were a force to reckon with. To safeguard Islam’s interest, even at the cost of national interest, all MPs used to come together, leaving aside their party line. Today, there are only 21 Muslim MPs. It is not that Muslims did not fight the 2014 parliamentary elections. All parties fielded Muslim candidates as usual. But Hindus have refused to vote for Muslims this time. Also, some Muslims have voted for NaMo. That means, Muslims  are coming out of the clutches of Mullahs and are becoming nationalists. Muslims neglecting fanatic Mullahs is a good sign, which will definitely lead to communal harmony.

In the side line, let me mention that after Hindu Voice was launched in 2002, “Muslim India”, a monthly edited by Sayyed Sahabuddin, stopped publishing in 2003. “Communalism Combat” a Monthly published by Teesta Setalvad was converted to once-in-two-months publication. Now it comes out  ‘occasionally’ for name sake. “Milli Gazette”, an Islamic Fortnightly has announced that it is going to stop its publication shortly. Vedas rightly say : Satyameva Jayate - Truth alone triumphs.

3. Marxists: In the 2004 parliamentary elections, 64 Communist MPs were elected. The UPA-I, with 145 MPs, was running the govt. with the support of these 64 Communist MPs plus others. Today, their strength has come down to just 10. West Bengal and Kerala, their citadels, have been demolished. CPI is likely to lose its ‘national party’ status. While communism has been defeated the world over, in India they were thriving. Now they have met their waterloo here too.

4. Media: The entire media was anti-Hindu and anti-Modi. Every effort was made by the media to stop Modi from coming to power. Still Modiji won. He branded them as “News Traders”. Today people distrust the media, as most of the reporting are motivated. Rajdeep Sardesai and Sangrika Ghosh of CNN-IBN are gone. CNN-IBN itself has been bought over by Ambani. It is reported that Adani is aiming for NDTV. In fact, the viewership of news channel has come down drastically. Times Now predicted 14 seats for Congress in Rajasthan and 158 seats all over the nation in the 2014 parliamentary elections. (Congress got zero in Rajasthan and 44 total). If this is not paid survey, what it is? Same is the case with almost all TV Channels. All the panel discussions and debates are concocted. No doubt people ignore them. And they are shouting in wilderness. 

5. Mecaulyists: When I say Mecaulayists, it is the Mecaulay-educated ‘secularists’. Many secularists are running for cover after the victory of Modiji. The notorious Dilip Padgaonkar (former-ToI) himself has admitted that they were proven wrong. Many TV panelists too are perplexed. All are now forced to learn anew the real meaning of secularism as is being practised by Christian democracies like USA, UK, Canada, Australia, etc. Many ‘seculars’, ‘intellectuals’, ‘human rights activists’ and ‘environmentalists’, who run NGOs and receive enormous funds from foreign countries, to block developmental projects undertaken by the Govt. of India and to destroy Hindu culture, are under the scanner of the govt.  In the name of Human Rights and at the behest of foreign forces, some of them were covertly supporting Terrorists and Maoists, while they never bothered about the families of our security personnel mercilessly killed by them. Their foreign funding is drying up, and many may fold up and the activists may become jobless. Many may even end up in jail.

6. Missionaries : These “God Traders” are still in the business of converting Hindus. “Annihilating” them will be a slow process. The more and more they are rejected by enlightened Christians in the West, they are making vigorous efforts in India to convert Hindus and increase their flock. They receive enormous funds from foreign countries. The Govt. is likely to stop the flow of foreign funds for their NGOs. Once their sources dry up, they will have to pack off. But Hindu Voice will continue to expose their nefarious designs camouflaged as service.

These 6Ms had developed a pathological hatred towards anything Hindu. They have no love for Sanatan Hindu Dharm, Hindu culture, Hindu traditions and practices and this Hindu nation.  They want to destroy the cultural unity of our nation and leave Hindus at the mercy of anti-national hawks. 

Some of them want Bharat to ape Western countries and be at their mercy. They want India to be the market place for the products manufactured by Western countries. They want to destroy the Hindu Family System and replace it with the Western concept, where one can find a lot of promiscuous women with a fatherless society. 

Still some of them (Mullahs) want to make India into Darul Islam with Sharia law.

In a country which has 80% Hindu population, these 6Ms had the guts to denigrate Hinduism, courtesy the Nehruvian Congress. The nation’s identity, i.e. Hindutva, was hidden from the people and the world and a new religion - Secularism - has been developed by these 6 yamahs. In the name of Secularism, the gullible Hindus have been taken for a ride by these 6Ms for many decades. Appeasement of Muslims and Christians, at the cost of Hindus, has come to mean secularism. They have effectively hidden the fact that Hindutva is real secularism.

But, the 2014 parliamentary election proves that the people of this nation have understood the nefarious designs of these 6Ms. This is due to the great work done by Hindu organisations, including Hindu Voice. In fact, today Hindus have developed a hatred towards these 6Ms who hate India. This is a reality. Hence, any politician supporting any of the 6Ms will not get Hindu votes. Muslim and Christian candidates fielded even by NDA have lost the election, as Hindus have refused to vote for them. All politicians, especially the BJP leaders, should clearly understand this writing on the wall.

Serving Hindu interests will be directly related to the increase in voting percentage in the coming elections. Similarly, neglecting Hindus will lead to lower percentage of voting, enabling the victory of anti-Hindu and anti-national forces. You take care of Hindus and they will come out in larger number and vote for BJP. This has become apparent in the 2014 parliamentary elections. And with more and more Hindu awakening, this trend will continue in future too.

If the BJP understands this fact and polarize Hindu votes, they can continue to win elections in future too and rule this nation for many more terms. They need not worry about the anti-Hindu media shouting about ‘polarization’ as though it is a crime. But this is what democracy is all about. Congress has been doing this all along. It has always polarized Muslim and Christian votes. Now it is the turn of BJP to polarize Hindu votes. 

A Hindu vote bank has come into existence. They have recognised these yamahas (6Ms) - who are bent upon taking away the soul (Hindutva) of this nation (Bharat) - and are not going to be swayed away by their antics. They have also decimated the casteist, communal and racist parties like RJD, BSP, JDU, SP and DMK. It is for the BJP to take advantage of this Hindu Vote Bank. For that, along with Paritranaya Sadhunam, Vinashaya Cha Dushkritam too should be done. If they do, then they can rule this Hindu nation for many decades.

Tuesday, September 09, 2014

What about Vinashaya Cha Dushkritam?

Paritranaya Sadhunam is OK.
What about Vinashaya Cha Dushkritam?

(Editorial in Hindu Voice, Sept. 2014)

On 15th August 2014, India celebrated its 68th Independence Day. Prime Minister Narendra Modi unfurled our national flag from the rampart of red fort on that day.

Although it is the 68th Independence Day, for Hindus this is the First Independence Day in the AM (After Modi) era.

For the last 10 years, if not for the last many years, we had to watch a dumb and fumbling PM addressing the nation. It was like a 1st std. student reading from his written note - uninspiring and boring - without any substance.

However, the Speech of NaMo on 15th Aug. 2014 was like a lion roaring from the Red Fort - extempore, vibrant and lively - informing the nation of what he proposes to do and what he expects us to do.

The importance attached to the speeches of MMS and NaMo can be gauged from the fact that till 2013, hardly 40 Foreign Missions attended and listened to MMS’s speech. It is almost like a boycott of MMS. But on 15th Aug. 2014, about 150 Foreign Missions (out of 153) attended and listened to NaMo’s speech. Yes, the whole world was enthralled.

With dedication to the cause and sincerity of purpose, there is no doubt in anyone’s mind that NaMo will take this nation to great heights. With an unblemished character, NaMo has no other politician in the nation today who can stand near him, leave alone competing with him. With such a person at the helm of affairs, India is in for a quantum jump in development and good governance.

But there is the other side of the coin too. Can development and good governance alone bring in votes for a second term for NaMo? If that is so, why didn’t the NDA get votes in 2004, when India was indeed shining? Hindus did not come to the polling station and vote for BJP. Because, Hindus expected (apart from good governance) something more, i.e. taking care of Hindu interests. The Vajpayee Govt. failed in this, and hence Hindus did not turn up to vote for BJP in 2004.

This should not happen to NaMo too in 2019. He should rule this nation for a few decades. This can be done only by polarizing Hindu voters towards BJP. Hence it is imperative for NaMo to address Hindu grievances too, promptly. Today, there are many Hindu/National interests neglected. For example:

In Kerala, secular principles are thrown into winds and Hindu students are also forced to observe Ramzan. During the month of Ramzan, many school timings are changed to suit fasting Muslims. In fact, it is ‘Arabization’ of Kerala. Can this happen in a secular country?  

In a school in Kollam (Kerala), singing of 'Vande Mataram' during the Independence Day-eve celebrations is abandoned because a fundamentalist outfit threatened the school authorities of dire consequences as it hurts the religious sentiments of Muslims. While the ‘secularists’ are mum, how can the central govt. allow this? Today it is Vande Mataram; tomorrow it may be Jana Gana Mana. The question is: should we give voting rights to such anti-nationals?

Still the Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy has no compunction in meeting a terrorist Abdul Nasser Madani. What is the message to the people?

A private company in Kerala, in its advertisement for jobs, says that only Muslims and Christians should apply? How dare they do it so openly? Are we living in a secular country?
Sonia Gandhi and her coolies, after looting the nation of lakhs of crores of rupees, are roaming around like Saints? What is the source of Sonia’s income, who has become the 4th richest person in the world? Why is she not interrogated? Why is she not asked to vacate her palatial bungalow, 10 Janpath? In what way she is special? BJP had made a CD on Damadji during the election campaign. Have Robert Vadra’s misdeeds been forgotten? Why is there no prosecution so far?

Barkha Dutt and Siddarth Varadarajan were invited by the MEA to give lectures to its staffs. Couldn’t the MEA find any other worthies than these News Traders (NaMo’s words)? Does this not amount to patronizing these anti-Hindu journalists. At whose behest? There are many other perverted secularists and moron journalists. What about them?

TRS MP, M. Kavitha, says that Telengana and Kashmir were forcefully annexed to India, and hence both should be given independence.  Why is she not prosecuted? Arundathi Roy says that Mahatma Gandhi was a casteist. She had earlier said that India is occupying Kashmir. Has Mani Shankar Iyer the licence to make provocative speeches? Why are they roaming free, instead of being behind bars?

Some reputed educational institutions employ professors who are spreading communalism, hatred and intolerance. Should they go unpunished? 

The notorious Teesta Setalvad has allegedly posted an image of Goddess Kali and Bhagwan Vishnu, showing them Equal to terrorists of ISIS. Why is there no criminal action against her? But the Goa govt. bans the entry of SRS chief Pramod Muthalik! Is this the way to treat anti-Hindus and Nationalists?

ISIS is raising its head in Tamil Nadu and other places. Should it not be nipped in the bud? 

Hindus are denied cremation rights by Muslims in West Bengal. The police too is  a mute spectator. UP is becoming another Pakistan inside India.

The so called ‘Hindu terrorists’ are still rotting in jail. How long will they be there? Why can’t there be speedy trial? Why are they not granted bail? 

These are only some of the issues (apart from abrogation of Article 370, building of Ram Temple at Ayodhya, enacting of Uniform Civil Code, Releasing of temples from Govt. controls and banning of Cow Slaughter), which concern Hindus. Neglecting them may cost Hindu votes for the BJP. Taking care of them will polarize Hindu votes towards BJP/NaMo.

Bhagwan Sri Krishna informed Arjun: Paritranaya Sadhunam, Vinashaya Cha Dushkritam, Dharmasam-sthapanarthaya. The meaning is clear: Dharm can not be established by protecting the virtuous alone; the wickeds too have to be annihilated, simultaneously.

Similarly, only development and good governance alone would not bring Hindu votes. The anti-nationals too should be vanished from the scene. Otherwise, all the development and good work done by Modi govt. can be reversed or destroyed by the wickeds at one stroke, as the ISIS is doing in Iraq.

Hence, my humble advice to Modiji is that while going for development and good governance (Paritranaya Sadhunam), he should not neglect annihilating the wicked (Vinashaya Cha Dushkritam). Both should go together. Then, and then alone, he can win over the hearts and the votes of Hindus, enabling him to make many more such Independence Day speeches.

Thursday, July 17, 2014

NGOs’ agenda - Break Family, Break Society & Break India

NGOs’ agenda - 
Break Family, Break Society & Break India

(Editorial in Hindu Voice, July 2014)

Every nation’s defence has three wings - Army, Navy and Air Force - to secure their borders. But to enslave a nation calmly, the Western Christian countries have a fourth wing - i.e. Missionaries. These missionaries go to other countries, and in the name of serving the poor, convert them and de-nationalise them. 

But in today’s world, this is done in a different way. They catch hold of anti-social and anti-national elements in the targeted country and get things done through them. For doing this, they ask the locals to form NGOs (Non-Government Organisations) and provide them with enormous funds, and in effect become their masters.

In our nation, these NGOs are working in three different areas - (1) parivar thodo (break the family), (2) samaj thodo (break the society), and (3) desh thodo (break the nation).

Parivar thodo : Hindu Voice has written a lot about the NGO - Lawyers Collective - formed by Ms. Indira Jaisingh - former Additional Solicitor General, and others. It has also published a series of articles written by Adv. Surendra Nathan (spread over many issues in 2012 & 2013), detailing how many laws concerning Hindus have been amended or enacted, so as to destroy the Hindu Family Institution. For doing such ‘services’ (in the name of women empowerment) she has been receiving a lot of funds from foreign NGOs, such as UNIFEM. The essence of her ‘service’ is to treat Hindu marriages as civil contracts and ridicule the spiritual and cultural sanctity behind them. The aim is to promote live-in relationship and create a fatherless society of promiscuous women. And she becomes the darling of the media too.

Samaj Thodo : Many NGOs are run by Christian missionaries. World Vision India and Gospel for Asia are well-known in this field. They are missionary organisations, working purely for converting gullible Hindus. They do so in the name of serving the poor. Their activity is such that no Indian suspects them. On the contrary, even many ‘secular’ Hindus give them fabulous donations. In fact, many journalists proudly interview them. They glorify these “God Traders” for their ‘selfless services’ to the society.

Their conversion of Hindus creates tension in the society, sometime leading to skirmishes in the family itself. They permanently divide the society. Many times even families are permanently divided due to conversion. Their hold on the media and bureaucrats is such that no one dares to question them on their anti-social activities, even if it relates to rape or human trafficking.

In fact, RSS-VHP who are doing yeomen services for the tribals and downtrodden even in far away places are treated as communal, whereas organisations such as WV and GA are treated as secular. How many of us know that both WV & GA never employ Hindus in their organisations? They appoint only Christian. Then how are they secular? The fact is: RSS-VHP are secular (as they render services to all irrespective of their religion) and WV and GA are communal and fanatic organisations as their intention is to convert Hindus.

Desh Thodo : There are thousands of NGOs working with this aim. Recently Greenpeace is in the news.

The readers of Hindu Voice would be delighted to know that in June 2011 itself I had snubbed Greenpeace (via email). Please refer to page no. 9 for full details.

A few notorious persons in this field are: Medha Patkar of Narmada Bachao Andolan and Uday Kumar of anti-Koodankulam Nuclear Power Project, both of whom fought elections as AAP candidates and lost their deposits. In fact, many NGOs working to block the development of our country and in effect to break Bharat, have  become a part of the Aam Adhmi Party.

To top it all, the unconstitutional National Advisory Council headed by Sonia was consisting of representatives from many such dubious NGOs. In fact, it was these NGOs which were guiding Sonia, to ‘run’ this nation. Readers may remember my cover page of May 2011 issue which read : “A Belgium citizen, advising an Italian Christian Sonia, on how to run a Hindu Nation of 121 crores. Isn’t is weird?” My editorial in May 2011 read : “One of the members of NAC is Mr. Jean Dreze. He was born in Belgium in 1959, and became an Indian citizen in 2002. He is going to advise Sonia Gandhi - on what only God knows.  ... Do they have anything to do with India and its spiritualism, culture and tradition?” And these were the people who drafted the Communal Violence Bill treating all Hindus as potential troublemakers. In fact, the illiterate Sonia made a mockery of our constitution.

So by opposing all development projects on flimsy grounds, these NGOs were trying to retard the nation’s progress. They oppose India mining its territory for coal, but want us to import coal from Australia for our thermal power projects. They instigate the project-affected-people (PAP) to wage war against the government and create civil disobedience. And this was the goal of Arvind Kejriwal too.

I want to make it very clear that it is not an offence to run a NGO. It is also perfectly legal to protest peacefully for getting better amenities for the PAP. What is worrying is the support, both monetary and logistic, that these NGOs receive from foreign countries. Any one taking money from foreign countries to serve our people cannot be cent percent loyal to this nation. Because all foreign aids come with stings attached. Similarly, foreign recognition - like Magsaysay awards - too are politically motivated.

After the new Govt. took over, the IB has got strength to submit the report on NGOs. During the UPA Govt. the IB could never think of doing so, because the concerned officers will be taken to task for targeting the ‘harmless’ NGOs! When many of them are accommodated by Sonia in her NAC, can any officer in the IB dare to accuse them of anti-development or anti-national activity? 

Looking at the world situation and especially in Iraq, one shudder to think what would have happened to our Motherland if Sonia continued to hold fort at the centre. India, with the dumb Manmohan Singh as the PM, would have surrendered before the Islamic terrorists and given up not only Kashmir but many parts of Bharat, almost leading to civil war in the country. God saved this nation by throwing this anti-national Sonia and Congress into the dust bin and bringing in Hindu Nationalist NaMo as the PM.

The new Central Govt. headed by NaMo should make a thorough enquiry in to the sources of funds of these NGOs. If it is found that they are working at the behest of foreign forces, the concerned activists should be arrested and legal proceedings initiated. In this process, even if it is Sonia (as her NAC was consisting of many NGOs), the Govt. should not spare her.