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Sunday, February 21, 2016

Appeal of 33 citizens on the assault on India's nationhood

5 comments:

parthasengupta said...

sir,
photo ta scan hole bhalo hoto. time esegeche kono professional ke diye website ta redesign koran.
Partha Sengupta
Engineer Doordarshan.

bsm said...

I salute the brave 33 who placed the nation above ideology and politics. The perverted stand of the leftists and the crass oppertunism of leader whose has been an Indian citizen for just 12 years stand exposed.

bsm said...

I salute the brave 33 who placed the nation above ideology and politics. The perverted stand of the leftists and the crass oppertunism of leader whose has been an Indian citizen for just 12 years stand exposed.

ashokmalhotra said...

I think you have raised some very important issues which need to engaged with in a spirit of dialogue rather than as Win-Lose battles. I also believe that you love this country and hence will take some steps towards creating an ambience for dialogue rather than vitiating the situation any further. I have some questions for you and I hope you will engage with my questions in the spirit of a Budhijeevi( as you call yourself) and not take the easy way out of ignoring them and/or dealing with them through rhetoric. Here are my questions-
You have acknowledged the violence which is being unleashed by so called "patriots" (your expression) But is merely saying that we do not support it enough? What has stopped you from condemning it outright and castigating the government for its failure to control it?
Why have you kept quiet on the issue of controversial evidence(doctored tape etc.) ?
I am afraid, in absence of a clear and cogent response to these and similar question, you will come through as mere mouth pieces of the ruling establishment and not as credible Budhijeevis. As a consequence the important questions that you have raised will be ignored/dismissed and not receive the attention that they deserve





SatyaK said...

Finally some evidence that the nationalist right-wing has found the courage. In most countries around the world, the right wing is a lot more vociferous and articulate than in India. Is it squeamishness about what they believe in -- a left over of Macaulay's educational policy, or just the reluctance to confront the left? Still it is glad to see that some have finally shown the courage to stand up and be counted.