Saturday, May 31, 2014

My Letter to PM on Simple ways to Hinduise Bharat P. Deivamuthu, Editor, Hindu Voice (This letter was sent by Speed Post on 28th May 2014)

My Letter to PM Narendra Modiji
on Simple ways to Hinduise Bharat
P. Deivamuthu, Editor, Hindu Voice
210 Abhinav, Teen Dongri, Yashwant Nagar, Goregaon West, Mumbai 400062
Tel: 022-28764418, 28764460, 09324728153.
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(This letter was sent by Speed Post on 28th May 2014)

27th May 2014
Shri Narendra Modi Ji
Prime Minister of India
Gujarat Bhavan
New Delhi 110001
Dear Prime Minister, Modiji, Pranaam.
Sub: Simple ways to Hinduise Bharat
At the outset, let me congratulate you for leading the BJP to a grand victory, and becoming the first non-Congress Prime Minister of our nation with a clear majority. Your oath taking ceremony on 26th May was indeed grandeur, with the presence of many Hindu saints and RSS leaders.
Hindu Voice, a Monthly in English and Hindi, is not unknown to you. Directorate of Information, Govt. of Gujarat, is a Life Member of Hindu Voice. Copies are also posted to you personally. You have also conveyed your Best Wishes to Hindu Voice, many years ago, vide your letter dated 7th March 2003.
Hindu Voice has special relationship with Gujarat. It was launched in April 2002, in memory of the 58 Karsevaks burnt alive at Godhra on 27th Feb. 2002. Hindu Voice has been consistently campaigning for making you the PM candidate. In fact, in my editorial in Hindu Voice as early as June 2008, I had pleaded that you be declared as the PM candidate for the 2009 parliamentary election itself. I am happy that this has happened in 2014 and because of that we have got our Second Independence.
As the Editor of Hindu Voice, I have been propagating that Hindutva (Hinduism) is Rashtriyatuva (Nationalism), and Hindutva is the only unifying factor of all Indians. Hindutva  encompasses everything humanity stands for, including secularism and democracy. Hindutva is not divisive; it is inclusive. I am sure that most of our Muslim and Christian brothers too will agree on this fact. By electing BJP and its allies overwhelmingly, the people have confirmed my stand. Therefore, more emphasis should be placed on Hindutva, so that our unity is further strengthened, and secularism and democracy thrive.
This will also be in accordance with our constitution. Our constitution bears the pictures of Sri Ram, Sri Krishna, Lord Natraj, Lord Mahavir, Lord Bhuddha, Vedic Yajna, Kurukshetra, Geeta Upadesh, Lanka Vijay and Sita Uddhar, etc. etc. Therefore, it is a Hindu Constitution.
Our Constitution Makers too were well aware that the identity of our Nation is Hindu. Vedic slogans like ‘Satyameva Jayate’, ‘Satyam, Shivan, Sundaram’, ‘Dharma-Chakra-Pravartana’, etc. were used by  various Govt. Depts. Because it is a Hindu Nation, they felt, India was, is and will always remain ‘secular’. Hence, they never felt the need for the word ‘secular’ in the preamble to our Constitution (which was inserted by Smt. Indira Gandhi during Emergency). Hindus, by nature, are secular, and Hinduism is perforce secularism.
Here are a few more proofs that India is a Hindu nation - legally, spiritually and culturally. Indian Satellites are named Aryabhata, Baskara, Rohini, etc. Our missiles are named Agni, Prithvi, Akash, etc. Our war ships are named INS Vikrant, Viraat, Vikramatitya, Godavari, Ganga, Brahmaputra, Shivalik, Abhay, Sarayu, Sukanya, Varuna, Tarangini, etc. Our Submarines are named Sindhudhvaj, Sindhughosh, Sindhuratna, etc. Our battle tanks are named Arjun, Bhishma, Ajeya, etc. All the above names are associated with Hindu culture. If one enters into the BARC Complex at Trombay (Mumbai), one is pleasantly surprised to find that all the multi-storey buildings there are named Aruna, Varun, Godavari, Kaveri, Ganga, Yamuna, Saraswati, Prayag, Narmada, etc. - all our sacred rivers.
However, the Nehruvian Congress had not only tried to hide these Hindu spiritual and cultural elements in our constitution, but had tried to drain the nation of its spiritualism and culture. It was trying to detach this nation from its Hindu roots and make India into an adharmic (dharma-nirpeksh) state. Hence it had spread a canard that Hinduism is communal and only minorities are secular, which led to divisiveness in the society. This anomaly has to be set right and the nation has to be brought to its Hindu moorings, which is its soul.
Now that you have made India Congress-free and there is a radically transformed environment in the nation, there needs to be a paradigm shift in your Govt.’s approach towards ‘secularism’ and ‘communalism’, in letter and spirit. Your Govt. should recognise the spiritual and cultural sentiments of the people and our Constitution Makers, and hinduise Bharat. Muslims and Christians need not fear. There will be complete religious freedom in a Hinduised Bharat, but their loyalty to Bharat should be beyond doubt.
While development and good governance is important, which I am sure you will provide, the need for national integration is of paramount importance. Going to a Temple, Mosque or Church is a personal choice, but every one should be absolutely loyal to Mother India. We have had enough of Nehruvian Secularism and Macaulayism. Now, let the country get back to its civilisational roots. Hence, you should take the following steps to Hinduise Bharat.
Your Govt. should proclaim and propagate that (a) India was, is and will be a Hindu nation, citing the above examples, (b) Hindutva (Hinduism) is Nationalism (Rashtriyatva) and not communalism, as the Nehruvian Congress has made us to believe; (c) Hinduism is a Way of Life, as confirmed by our Supreme Court, and is not against any religion; (d) any act done in the name of Hinduism is not communal; It is just national, and conforms to our constitution, and (e) the survival of secularism and democracy, and the unity and integrity of India is directly related to the preservation and growth of Hinduism.
The following simple methods will make India a truly Hindu nation - in other words more secular and democratic - without in any way altering the basic features of our Constitution.
1.     Print new currency notes and coins with the picture of “Maa Laxmi”, replacing Mahatma Gandhi’s picture. Hindus identify money with Devi Laxmi. So, befitting that sentiment, it is natural that Maa Laxmi’s picture should appear on all currency notes and coins. Withdraw all old notes.
The UPA Govt. had brought out coins embossing the picture of Sister Alphonsa, Cross, Vaishnav Devi. etc. So there is no legality involved in putting the picture of Maa Laxmi on currency notes. This will also solve the black money problem within the country. Also, the picture of Devi Laxmi will deter ISI from printing counterfeit notes in Pakistan.
2.     Make the slogans ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’ and ‘Vande Mataram’ compulsory for every citizen, to ensure their absolute loyalty to India - Indian first and Hindu, Muslim, Christian later. These were the slogans which kindled nationalist feelings amongst Indians and brought them together during our freedom movement. They unite all Indians, irrespective of their caste, creed, language, religion and region.
At the time of partition, Babasaheb Ambedkar desired that there should be exchange of population - all Muslims must be sent to Pakistan - as Dr. Ambedkar knew that Islam and democracy can not co-exist. Dr. Rajendra Prasad desired that those Muslims who stayed back must be disenfranchised - no voting rights for Muslims.  While Babasaheb’s suggestions are time-barred, we can implement Dr. Rajendra Prasad’s suggestions and weed out those who say ‘I am a Muslim/Christian first, Indian later’. Any one refusing to say  ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’ and ‘Vande Mataram’ should be disenfranchised. The application form to enrol new voters should carry an undertaking to this effect. Also, these slogans should be made compulsory for every Govt.  employee.
3.     Make the singing of our National Anthem - Jana Gana Mana, and ending it with ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’ and ‘Vande Mataram’ - compulsory for all candidates at the time of filing their nomination papers for MPs and MLAs.  If any one fails or refuses to sing Jana Gana Mana, ending it with ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’ and ‘Vande Mataram’, his nomination should be rejected. Otherwise, we cannot stop a Pervez Musharraf, Dawood Ibrahim or an Abu Salim from fighting election, and may even become the PM.
4.     Similarly, at the time of taking oath by MLAs, MPs, Ministers, CMs, PM, and President, they should say at the end ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’ and ‘Vande Mataram’. Refusing to say so will disqualify him from holding that position.
5.     Ban the word ‘minority’. No where in the world, citizens are divided in to ‘minority’ and ‘majority’ on the basis of religion. (Are Hindus/Muslims settled in USA, UK, Canada, etc. called minorities there?) Our Constitution too prohibits the word ‘Religious minority’. In fact, it was a distort by our Nehruvian Congress with vote bank consideration. We are all Indians, with equal rights and duties. Going to a temple, mosque or church is one’s personal choice.
6.     This will naturally bring us to the ‘National Minority Commission Act of 1992’ - an act meant to divide the Indian society. This act itself is unconstitutional. It ultra vires Article 15 (1) of our constitution. (“The State shall not discriminate against any citizen on grounds only of religion, race, caste, sex, place of birth or any of them”). It goes without saying that the appointment of the Sachchar Committee is also unconstitutional.
7.     Bring in an “Endangered Civilization Protection Act” to save Sanatan Hindu Dharm, Hindu civilization, Hindu practices, Hindu believes, Hindu scriptures, our heritage, culture and traditions, and to stop conversion.
8.     Give Moral Policing Powers to some of our Hindu Organisations. To protect villagers from Maoists, Salva Judum was created, in Chttisgarh. Similarly, to protect and preserve Hindu Dharm, Believes, practices, scriptures, culture, tradition, etc. moral/cultural policing rights should be given to selected Hindu Organisations and Ashrams. Their members, working in tandem with the local police, should have the power to stop any one from demeaning or tarnishing Hindu Gods, Hindu Way of Life, Hindu culture, Hindu scriptures, etc., arrest them and hand them over to the Police for further action. They can also identify infiltrators and hand them over to the police for deportation.
9.     Make the lighting of our traditional lamp at every Govt. function compulsory. Any one refusing to light the lamp must be disqualified. Similarly, all Govt. offices should perform “Satyanarayan Pooja”, once in a year. It is purely scientific as Yagna purifies the atmosphere.
10.     Bring a new law to declare any one as persona non grata, who intentionally - insults our National Anthem;  refuses to say ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’ and ‘Vande Mataram’; shouts Pakistan Jindabad; insults our security forces; burns our National flag; spews venom in the name of religion and castes; talks of dividing India; supports giving away any part of India; talks of human rights for terrorists; etc. Their voting rights and fundamental rights must be forfeited, and they be allowed to just subsist.
11.     All the criminals in jail, especially those arrested for terrorist activities, must be forced to do Yoga for one hour every day morning. They must also be given religious discourse every day evening for two hours, by different Hindu sadhus. This will reform 80% of the criminals.
12.     Remove all religious subsidy. No Islamic country gives subsidy to Haj. Giving subsidy to Haj and Jerusalem is against secularism. Also scrap all reservations on religious basis.
13.     Bring in Uniform Civil Code, with provisions that any one having more than one wife or more than three children will be debarred from standing for election.
14.     Ban Slaughter of Cow and its progeny, and give incentive to Cow Rearing (Go Palan). When a cow bears a calf, the person who maintains the cow should be given a lump sum as incentive.
15.     Give incentive to Ved Patshalas and Sanskrit learning. Schools teaching Sanskrit and students learning Sanskrit should be given incentive. Incentive being given to Arab learning should be withdrawn. We do not want to spread Arab culture in India.
16.     Pave the way for building a magnificent Ram Temple in Ayodhya, and also for reconstructing temples in Mathura and Kashi.
17.     Vedic slogans like ‘Satyameva Jayate’, ‘Satyam, Shivan, Sundaram’, ‘Dharma-Chakra-Pravartana’, etc. must be restored with its original glory. Every govt. stationery should carry the slogan ‘Satyameva Jayate’. DD logo should include ‘Satyam, Shivan, Sundaram’, and the Chair of Lok Sabha speaker should bear ‘Dharma-Chakra-Pravartana’. All these vedic slogans were removed by the Nehruvian Congress.
18.     Review laws governing Hindus, which tries to destroy Hindu family institution. For example, the Domestic Violence Act, 2005, trivializes Hindu marriages as Civil Contracts and promotes live-in relationship. It also ridicules the spiritual and cultural significance and sacredness of Hindu marriages. We worship women as goddesses - Laxmi, Saraswati and Durga - and also Arthanareeshwar for giving half of his body to his spouse. Such a spiritualism and culture cannot be allowed to be hijacked in the name of women empowerment.
19.     Shiv Sena supremo late Balasaheb Thackrey and Shri Subhash Desai (present MLA, Goregaon, Mumbai) were debarred from voting for six years, for asking for votes in the name of Hindutva. Why no Muslim or Christian is similarly debarred for asking for votes in the name of Allah and Jesus Christ, which they wantonly do? This must be reversed. Asking for votes in the name of Hindutva or Hinduism is no offence, as it is a way of Life according to our Supreme Court. Conversely, Make asking for votes in the name of Allah and Jesus Christ an offence.
20.     Ban the use of Loudspeaker in Mosques and Churches. In a secular country claiming to respect all religions, shouting publicly that ‘There is no God except Allah’ and ‘Jesus is the only Saviour’ is preposterous.
21.    Your Govt should free Hindu Mandirs from govt. control. Also the Govt. should provide basic facilities at all Hindu Pilgrimage sites and River Ghats (such as Wash rooms, bahrooms, change rooms, etc.)
22.     Change the name of our Motherland to 'Bharat' by removing the ambiguity in the Constitution and the word 'India'. Also, change names of all places and roads - like Allahabad, Aurangabad, Ahmedabad, Aurangzeb Road, St. Xavier Road, etc. - with that of our freedom fighters.
23.     Change the weekly holidays from Sunday to Monday or Tuesday. {The timing of presenting Indian budget in parliament was changed from 5.30 pm (which was continued by the Nehruvian Congress, to suit Britishers) to 11.00 am by the NDA Govt.}.
24.     Change the school uniform of girl students - from Skirts (meant for Christian nuns) to Salvar-Kamis with Thuppatta.
After winning the elections, your visiting Kashi and performing pooja and Ganga Aarthi there (on 17th May) proudly sporting the sacred ash and tilak on your forehead, in the full glare of the TV is indeed a bold message to the nation that you are a Hindu Nationalist. Your bowing before parliament and placing your forehead on its steps (on 20th May), exactly like Hindu devotees do before a entering temple, proves that you are showing the nation of its Hindu ethos. Please extend this further and Hinduise Bharat by implementing the above suggestions.
If you implement even some of my above suggestions during the first few years of your Prime Ministership, I am sure the entire nation will remain indebted to you. A Hinduised Bharat will vote for you to be its PM for at least another two terms.
Thanking you and wishing you a long inning as PM, Yours, In the Services of Bharat Mata
P. Deivamuthu, 
Editor, Hindu Voice.

A Historic Victory for Hindus

A Historic Victory for Hindus

16th May 2014 will be a historic day for India. On this day, we got our Second Independence - from Nehruvian Congress, headed by an Italian Catholic Empress. 

India is no more ‘a banana republic’ with ‘mango people’. Indians are indeed matured and intelligent. They have overwhelmingly voted for a Hindu nationalist, Narendra Modi. Under his leadership BJP has catapulted to power at the centre, decimating the Congress. While BJP alone has got 282 seats, a clear majority, the NDA has got 336 seats. The Congress has got just 44 seats, unqualified even to be the main opposition.

This is a day of rejoice for Hindu Voice. It has been carrying on a relentless campaign since its inception in 2002 to bring political powers in the hands of Hindus. The efforts of Hindu Voice for the last many years has come to fruition. A Hindu Nationalist has become the Prime Minister of our nation. The first goal is achieved.

The election results have proved my contention that even if 50% Hindus vote for BJP, BJP may easily get about 300 seats. I have also been saying that the BJP should not worry about Muslim and Christian votes and should concentrate only on Hindu votes, and Muslims & Christians will follow suit.

The myth that no one can win elections in India on Hidutva plank has exploded. Also the myth that to win elections you have to placate Muslims and Christians has been blown off. The fear psychosis created among Muslims and Christians by the Congress and other parties has come to naught, as they (Muslims & Christians) too are interested in development and good governance, and hence many have voted for BJP. Another belief that the era of single party rule in the centre is over has been belied.

I have been saying that the Modi wave may turn into a Tsunami. Yes, the Modi wave has turned into a Tsunami and has washed away many parties which were thriving on appeasing minorities in the name of secularism or raking up caste issues or on ‘divide and rule’ policy. The drubbing Mulayam and Mayavati got in UP is a telling example.

Lallu, Mulayam, Mayavati, Nitish, Sharad Pawar, Raj Thackrey, Ajit Singh, Karunanidhi, Abdullah, Karats, Kejriwals, Gowda, etc. etc. have been washed ashore. The much pampered AAP lost deposit in 421 out of 434 seats it contested.

The funny aspect of the Modi Tsunami is that while all along since 1989 parties were making alliances to capture power, this time they are forced to form an alliance for ‘capturing’ the position of opposition. Such is the catastrophe of the Modi Tsunami.
Even the Left, on whose 64 MPs support the UPA-1 came into being, has been thrashed. Both the CPI and CPM together have just got 10 seats and are likely to lose their recognition as national parties.

The election results have proved all opinion polls, surveys and exist polls wrong. No one predicted that BJP will get majority on its own and the NDA will get a landslide victory.
The Times Now predicted 14 seats for Congress in Rajasthan, where Congress has got zero. Similarly, it also predicted 148 seats for Congress, whereas Congress has got just 44. Was it really making a survey or just soothsaying? Or was Times Now paid for doing so? The so called No.1 National Channel should explain.

Many so called ‘intellectuals’ are running for cover. They are not able to digest that a Hindu Nationalist can become the PM of the country. Many TV panelists too are perplexed. All are now forced to learn anew the real meaning of secularism, as is being practised in Christian democracies like USA, UK, Australia, Canada, etc.

These fake intellectuals and armchair experts are cut off from ground realities. They always underestimate the impact and influence of Hindu saints, because of their perpetual hatred towards Hindu saints. RSS and Baba Ramdev had overtly worked for the success of NaMo. But there were other saints also - like Sri Sri Ravishankar, Mata Amritanandamai, Asharam Bapu, Murari Bapu, Pranav Pandya, and many others - whose followers were actively working for uprooting the Rome Rajya in India.

In fact Baba Ramdev is the modern Chanakya who found in Modi a Chandragupt. Nine months ago, Baba  had sworn that he will not enter into Pathanjali Yogpeet at Haridwar, till this Corrupt Congress is thrown out of power. He lived upto his vow and achieved his goal.

Hindu saints’ blessings have great moral and spiritual powers, which has been amply proved in the case of NaMo. Similarly, their curse has befallen on Congress. The arrest and persecution of Hindu sadhus on false cases of terrorism, rape etc. has cost the Congress heavily. It has been washed out in 14 states where it has not got even a single seat. 

Now that a Hindu Nationalist has become the Prime Minister of this Hindu Nation, we can rest assured that the nation is in safe hands. However, I would caution Modiji not to outsource his team and give chance only to BJP leaders/workers. He should not take help from rank outsiders, which may be harmful for the party. (e.g. appointment of Sudheendra Kulkarni, Brijesh Misra, etc. by ABV/LKA). 

Our first step to bring in Hindu governance is achieved. However, I want to see a Hinduised Bharat. Our constitution and its makers indeed envisaged a Hindu nation, which was hijacked by the Nehruvian Congress, taking advantage of the gullibility of Hindus. Now that the Nehruvian Congress has gone, the nation should return to its Hindu roots.

While development and good governance are important, national unity and integrity is also equally important. This can be achieved only by following Hindutva. Modiji has already set an example by bowing before parliament and placing his forehead on its steps, exactly like Hindu devotees do before a temple. This should be extended further. I have therefore addressed a letter to our new Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modiji, suggesting a few simple ways to Hinduise Bharat. Please refer below. These are my loud thoughts. Many more points can be added. 

Even if some of my suggestions are implemented in stages over a priod of a few years, a Hinduised India will continue to vote for Modiji as PM for at least another two terms.
As the next step, Hindu Voice will be carrying on a campaign among the powers that be to implement this agenda. Development, Good Governance and a Hinduised Bharat will make every Indian proud. And Bharat will stand once again as the Vishwa Guru in the comity of nations.

While wishing a long inning for NaMo as PM, I appeal to all Hindus to join Hindu Voice in bring moral pressure on the Government to Hinduise Bharat. (Dtd. 25.05.2014)

Modiji has been sworn in as the 15th Prime Minister of India, on 26th May, with 45 ministers. Hindu Voice congratulates the entire team.

It was gratifying to note that the audience consisted of many Hindu saints and RSS and VHP leaders. This has happened for the first time in our nation. Only a strong Hindu Nationalist can have the gumption to invite Hindu saints and RSS/VHP leaders for his swearing in ceremony. Bravo, Modiji.

However, I can not refrain from cautioning Modiji. Arun Jaitley has been given finance (with corporate affairs merged into it) and defence, whereas Sushma Swaraj gets external affairs.

The BJP parliamentary party under UPA-II consisted of Advani, Jaitley and Sushma - the latter two as leaders of opposition. The trio fully cooperated with the Congress in passing all laws - good and bad - and were in the good books of RSVP (Rahul, Sonia, Vadra, Priyanka).
To bring out the black moneys lying inside India and stashed away in foreign banks by RSVP and others, we need a ruthless minister. The trio can never be harsh towards RSVP. 

Dr. Subramanian Swamy could have been the right man for this job. If the messages in the social media is any indication, Nationalists are very unhappy at the non-inclusion of Dr. Swamy, who has continuously campaigned against corruption and black money. In fact, he (and not BJP) was instrumental in sending a few UPA Ministers to jail for corruption. He had also sworn that he will send all the corrupt congress laders, including RSVP, to jail. 

Further, he has been a great fighter for Hindu causes. But for him, Ram Sethu, a national heritage, could have been demolished long back by the anti-Hindu UPA Govt. Also the famous Chidambaram Natarajar Temple could not have come back to Hindus, and could have been swallowed by DMK which took over the temple.

The need of the hour is to go after the looters of our nation with a vengeance. Will Jaitley do so? It is too premature to come to any conclusion now. But his track record leaves much to be desired. The Modi government should not be soft towards our enemies and looters of our nation.

People have voted for the Hindu Nationalist, NaMo (and not for the trio). They have full faith in NaMo, who will take this nation to great heights. Rome Rajya has ended and Ram Rajya has begun. Let us all celebrate this new Independence. (Dtd. 27.05.2014)

Monday, May 05, 2014

Rome Rajya ends and Ram Rajya blossoms

Rome Rajya ends and
Ram Rajya blossoms

(Editorial in Hindu Voice, May 2014)
(Written on 28th April 2014)

By the time this issue reaches your hands, we all will be waiting for the election results with bated breath, to be announced on 16th May.

Every opinion poll and survey has predicted that the NDA will form the next government. I believe that NaMo (BJP) alone will get a comfortable majority. The Congress may get hardly 60-70 seats, and afterwards it may go the Janata Party way. Sonia and Rahul may help in realising the dream of Mahatma Gandhi of dissolving the Congress, in 1947 itself after independence. 

In 2009, it was a pleasant surprise for the Congress as it never expected 206 seats. Look at its earlier performance. In 2004, it got 145 seats with 26.53% votes; in 1999, 114, 28.30%; in 1998, 141, 25.82%; and in 1996, 140, 28.8%.  So its average tally from 1996-2004 was 135 seats (27% votes). The BJP too was shocked due to its poor performance in 2009. The reason was simple. Due to the projection of a wrong candidate as PM, Hindu voters refused to come out and vote, leading to the poor voting percentage.

As I have been consistently saying, in every election Muslims and Christians vote religiously. There is hardly any absent voter among them. It is only the Hindus who take their voting rights very lightly. And that too, when the candidate is not to their liking, Hindus just remain absent from voting and enjoy the holiday with the family. This is what happened in 2009.

But 2014 is the exact opposite of 2009. BJP is projecting NaMo as its Prime Ministerial candidate. This has electrified Hindu voters. That has resulted in more and more Hindus coming to the polling booth to cast their votes. Hence the voting percentage has increased. The increased percentage of vote is that of Hindus, which will naturally go to NaMo. Hence I predict a windfall for the BJP.

It is reported that, apart from RSS, many other Hindu religious organisations too are fully supporting NaMo, although they do not (or can not) say so openly.

On 20th April, there was a Yog Camp (Free) organised by Baba Ramdev, in Goregaon, Mumbai. Baba Ramdev was exhorting the delegates about the need to throw out the corrupt UPA Govt. Although he did not take the name of Modi (as it is prohibited by the Model Code), when he said ‘Ab Ki Baar ...’, the entire audience of about 25,000 shouted at one voice ‘Modi Sarkaar’.

A surprising scene at the Yog Shibir was that many other Hindu organisations too participated in the programme. I could see representatives from Sanatan Sanstha, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti, Sant Asaram Bapu Ashram, etc, apart from RSS and VHP. It is indeed gratifying that Hindus are coming together and the gap between all Hindu organisations is shrinking, which is good for the Hindu society and the nation.

But what I fail to understand is the unilateral application of Model Code on Hindu saints and organisations.
For example, RSS has issued written instructions to its Swayamsevaks to do door to door campaign, appealing to Hindu voters to come and vote. But the leaflet does not say whom to vote for, due to the Model Code.

Similarly, on 9th April 2014, Sri Sri Ravishankar came on Times Now show. He too did not say openly whom he will vote for. Why can’t he proclaim ‘As a citizen of India, voting is my right and duty, and this time I will vote for Narendra Modi’. Is it an offence to say so? Naturally, he is afraid of violating the model code.

All Hindu Saints and Organisations are strictly following the Model Code, to reaffirm that they are law abiding. But Muslim and Christians do not care about it.

Muslim organisations and the Churches of all hues have no compunction in canvassing for Congress. They do it openly in their congregations. Printed circulars/letters are given to their community members to vote and not to vote for such and such candidate. The case of Father Frazer Mascarenhas, principal of St Xavier's College, Mumbai, criticising the Gujarat model of development, is an example.
The Election Commission does not care about taking action against Muslim clerics and Church authorities for violating the model code. Is the Model Code applicable only to Hindu Saints and Hindu Organisations, and not to Muslims and Christians?

However, I feel that by prohibiting individuals or organisations  from canvassing for a particular candidate or leader, the Election Commission is violating the fundamental rights of that individual or organisation. If during election an individual is not able to canvass for the candidate of his choice, what is the meaning of democracy and election?
Father Mascarenhas, Ahmed Bhukhari, Baba Ramdev and Sri Sri Ravishankar - all have equal rights. By preventing them from canvassing for the candidate of their choice, the EC is curtailing their fundamental rights. It is time that someone challenges the EC in the Supreme Court, so that this type of undemocratic rules are withdrawn. But if there are rules, they should be made applicable to all equally.

Another anomaly by the Election Commission is to compare a molehill with a mountain, many times under pressure from the electronic media mafia. For example, Amit Shah asked voters to take ‘revenge’ by pressing Lotus button. What is wrong in it? How can this be compared with the statements of ‘cutting into pieces’ of Modi or ‘burying’ of Modi? The EC has erred in punishing Amit Shah, while it is lenient on many others.

Congressmen seem to have accepted defeat. How can one explain the boycott of Mumbai Congress rally, held on 20th April (Sunday), by Sonia and Sharad Pawar, apparently due to poor turn out? Rahul was sent as a substitute. But the Times of India, Mumbai, wants us to believe that ‘Rahul rally bigger than Modi’s, say cops’. The report says that Rahul’s rally was attended by about 50,000 people whereas Modi’s rally on 21st (Monday) was attended by about 40,000. Is this called ‘paid news’? Can ToI stoop so low?

But look at the facts. I talked to a person in my area who attended Rahul’s rally. He said, there were four buses arranged from my area. Every one in the bus, including himself, was paid Rs.200/-. He said, about 80% of those in the bus are likely to vote for Modi and not to Rahul. When this is the ground reality, Congressmen are building castles in the air. And TOI is shamelessly propelling them up.

In the name of National Advisory Council and having a puppet PM, the Italian Waitress Sonia, without any worthy qualification or love for the country or its citizens, was plundering this Hindu nation. I am sure, this Rome Rajya will come to an end and Ram Rajya will blossom, on 16th May. Yes,OM will take over Rome.