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The Martyr’s soul will indeed be Proud

Miss Gurmehar Kaur, a 20-year-old student of Delhi University, is being trolled and threatened for opposing one of the acts of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP). She basically hails from Jalandhar, India and was a part of the campaign run against ABVP on social media platform. Herewith, please be noted that it is being alleged that the members of ABVP were involved in the violence that took place on dated 22nd February 2017 in the campus of Ramjas College, New Delhi. Now it’s for the authorities and the investigation agencies to investigate and reveal the names of all those who were involved in that violent act.

However, it seems that as a “customary act” once again the attention has been deliberately shifted from the main issue to the opposition of that very issue. So, before reaching to any conclusion, it will be prudent for us to know that what this girl was actually opposing. Was her stand in favour of any Anti-Nation activity? Was she opposing any kind of legal activity? Above all what exactly she wanted to convey? And to find the answer to all such questions, we will have to go through the post of Gurmehar Kaur. If anyone with sane mind looks at her post, they could easily figure it out that she was simply opposing any kind of violence in the college. Further, to voice her stand against violence this brave girl openly dared ABVP that she is not afraid of them.

Now, I seriously fail to understand that what is the mistake of this girl in raising her voice against a serious issue? In a country whose “Father of the Nation” was himself against any kind of violence is it wrong on the part of a Martyr’s daughter to raise her voice against violence? Nowadays, how easy it is to pronounce anything as an Anti-Nation activity. If someone raises their voice against any kind of injustice, they are held as Anti-Nation. What kind of democracy is this where one who speaks against violence has to leave the city and those who were actually involved in that violence are still roaming freely in that very city?

Shame on us that in the heat of opposing someone we can fall to such a low-level, that we don’t even hesitate in threatening people from raping them. What kind of society is this where the educated youths are indulging in violence and still they get support in the name of Patriotism? However valid our point may be but who on earth gave us the right to take law in our hands? A democratic nation should have a zero tolerance policy against any kind of violence. Only then we can make our country a safe place to live in.

Surprisingly, the tech savvy Central Government always keeps mum whenever such incidences take place, especially in which people related to their political party are involved. While, at all the other time, the Central Government’s ministers including our Pradhan Sevak are super active on social media platforms. Why can’t the Central Government take a strong stand against any kind of violence and come out openly to oppose all those who were involved in such kind of acts? I hope they know it that they are a People’s Government, not a Party Specific Government.

A Central Minister on this incidence commented that “The Martyr’s soul must be crying”. Mr. Minister, it’s not the martyr’s soul, rather we should be the one who should be crying on such a treatment with a martyr’s family in our country. It is the same nation to which Late Captain Mandeep Singh gave preference over his family or any other thing. It is the same nation for which he gave away his life in the 1999 Kargil war. It is the same nation for which the martyr’s father too served in the armed force. And for all this sacrifice and love towards the nation what he gets in return?

His daughter is not safe in the same country, she is being threatened with rape and murder, she is getting trolled for voicing against violence and above all she has to leave the city for security reasons. Is this the way a martyr’s family should be treated within his own country? Forget about showing respect towards the martyrs, these people can’t even respect the dignity of a female. However, it is commendable that in spite of all the threats the brave girl stands against the sick minded people. Seeing her daughter’s brave stand, the martyr’s soul will indeed be Proud.

I would like to end this blog with the hope that may we always choose a peaceful and a decent way of protesting against anything that we want to oppose. Let there be freedom of speech and expression in a real sense. For the sake of this nation, I urge everyone not to link each and everything with an anti-nation act. I wish that the Almighty give good sense to each one of us.

God Bless you all!

Peyush Jain

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Ayodhya issue in limelight again – Oh it seems elections are arriving any time soon

It appears as if the politicians have programmed their memory recall function, in such a way, that before every Central and State specific election they get pop-ups from their memory, reminding them that the right time for making false promises and igniting the Ayodhya issue has arrived. Subsequently, as and when, our votes will be locked in the voting machines these political parties shall very diligently store this issue at peace, not to be disturbed till the next election arrives.

Every time this issue comes into the picture there is a very high chance of occurrence of communal violence and religious riots. However, I guess nation’s unity is nowhere in the political agenda of such politicians and occurrence of the disturbance in the country hardly matters to these selfish souls. What all they care about is winning elections and fulfilling their personal agendas. God knows what all they are plotting for and what will be the after effects of such plans that originate from their sick mind.

It is a customary practise adopted by some of the political parties, since a very long time, with the very thought that they can fool the common men every time when they sensationalize such issues and eventually persuade common men to cast their vote in favour of such politicians. An ex-home minister of our country rightly said that “Common man have a very short memory”. Common men won’t remember the scams done and unfulfilled promises made in the past by the same politicians and indeed the common men will once again very happily let themselves get trapped in the false commitments of the politicians and the so-called contractors of religion.

In fact, the above statement of the ex-home minister is absolutely right, in the sense that we the common citizens of India don’t remember for long the past wrong deeds that have happened around us. As it is, we have a custom of forgiving others. But isn’t forgiving “habitual offender” foolishness on our part? Doesn’t it motivate the culprits, as well as, another newbie’s in this field to indulge more and more in such kind of illegal acts? It’s a high time we realize that a few non-worthy people can rule over us, simply because, we allow them to fool us and play with our emotions.

At times, I wonder whether these people have even a bit of humanity left in them or not. Sigh, they can fall to any level for accomplishing their agenda. Did they even realize that how risky it is to sensationalize this issue in the present circumstances? What a patriotic move by the political parties to bring Ayodhya issue at such time when relations with neighbouring countries have turned sour post-surgical strike. It’s the time when our leaders should be working on uniting the citizens against the enemies of our Motherland. However, just for the sake of winning elections, people are busy taking credit for military actions and don’t hesitate to sensationalize sensitive issues.

I do hope that irrespective of what these political parties and politicians think and try, we all should unite together and shouldn’t get mislead by such filthy thoughts. Let us all pledge that we won’t allow them to trap us in their anti-peace and anti-nation agendas anymore. Let’s not make their divide and rule policy successful, henceforth.

I do wish that all of us get the good sense and we all stay united and peacefully always.

God Bless you all!

Peyush Jain

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Could there be two opinions on anti-nation activities?

The current issue of delivering hatred speech and chanting of anti-nation slogans in the campus of Jawahar Lal Nehru University (JNU), located in the heart and capital of our nation i.e. Delhi, has caught the wrong attention of the whole nation towards it. An anti-nation act in the centre of any country is quite dangerous and it’s even more alarming when people involved in such acts are from the educated lot. A lot of questions bang our mind every time such incident takes place in any part of our Motherland. In this blog, I have tried to touch upon the issue of different opinions that arise whenever any anti-nation activity takes place around us.

What is this issue all about? Why are the educated youth involved in anti-nation activities? Had the system done anything wrong against the common men, that made their hearts filled with hatred against the very nation in which they live in? Is it that all the people who are involved in such acts being a victim of the system or is it that a large number of them are being brainwashed to follow a certain ideology and purpose? Above all what is more striking is the question that could there be two opinions on anti-nation activities? Is there any room for favouring an anti-nation act?

Don’t know whether there is an another side of the story related to the incident or not, but after watching the video footage being telecasted, on national media, of the rally being organised in JNU, what is prima facie evident is that some of the slogans chanted in that rally tantamount to an anti-nation act. Indeed there is a place for differences of opinion in a democracy, but there is no place for anything that is anti-nation. If we do not love our nation then we have no right to live in that nation. I repeat that “the people who don’t love their nation should leave it right away”. We may not like a particular decision, policy or we may have a different stand on a particular issue as against the government, but in no way, we have a right to be Anti-Nation.

It is for the judiciary to decide what exactly happened in the matter concerned and who is responsible for the act. However, the point that I want to raise is that could there be two opinions on anti-nation activities or not. I know that there would be a unanimous reply to this question that there is no place for anything that is anti-nation, in any part of the world. Now the question that is troubling me is that how come some of the persons and political parties are standing by side of the people involved in such acts? On what basis are they supporting this incidence? Is there any other side to the incidence which we are unaware of? Is the video footage that is being telecasted on national media distorted one? Or is it that the support of the political parties to this incidence is simply politically motivated, just to take advantage of vote bank politics? At least they should make their stand clear that what exactly they are supporting and on what basis.

I do hope that the truth behind the incidence comes out in near future and the culprit gets punished for the same. But, above all what I do hope is that we all should be more thoughtful and act sensibly in our conducts. Do remember that a seed of hatred, in whatever form, is only capable of generating a destructive mindset. Hatred leads to destruction. There is no place for hatred in a peaceful world. The choice is ours what we want to breed for the generations to come. The sooner we all realise it, the better it will be for the mankind. I would like to end this blog with the thought that everyone loves thy nation and keep it above all the personal interests.

I wish that the almighty give good sense to each one of us.

God bless you all!

Peyush Jain