Beating up journalists will make it worst for the government!!


Today, the front page of a leading newspaper displayed a picture of Firstpost journalist Tarique Anwar getting thrashed by the lawyers in Patiala House court premises in New Delhi. I really don’t know about other readers, but it deeply penetrated my heart with a sense of fear. The very first question that came up in my mind was like if the journalists are not safe in this country that too within the court premises, then what will happen to the common man whose only hope is judiciary in this country? The lawyers, who keeps the prime responsibilities of protecting the law in this nation should not be getting indulged in such acts. Because it will lead to a cascading effect and we as a citizens of this nation will loose our faiths in judiciary.

Just two days back to yesterday’s incidence, same set of lawyers were attacking the journalists and CPI activists. BJP MLA O P Sharma was also seen using his muscles to suppress the support for JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar. None of the policemen came forward to rescue them. I am literally surprised to see all this and couldn’t find a convincing reason from anyone, who can actually justify such acts from the educated lawyers and BJP MLA. In democracy, not answering a questions becomes an answer, which can be very bad in taste for the central government.

Few days back, I wrote an article against all those JNU students, who were raising anti-national slogans and were demanding for the freedom of Kashmir. They deserved to be punished, but who will punish them? The bunch of frustrated lawyers or the failed BJP MLAs from Delhi constituencies. If a person is not safe within the court premises in this country, which is considered to be the final ladder of justice for every citizen, then where are we supposed to go? Is our judiciary system getting hijacked by the members of ruling party in central government. I am writing all this under an immense pain to see my country navigating towards the hooliganism.

I am a strong supporter of BJP and specially Narendra Modi for the kind of love and compassion he always shows for the nation. His good deeds are highly appreciated, but time has come for him to take the charge over the uncontrolled hooligans in his party, who are ruining the legacy left by the great leaders of the party simply for getting the footage in media and proving their loyalty towards the party. And I truly understand that all the opposition parties specially leftists are trying to create a stir in the nation against BJP and RSS. But, it has to be dealt carefully specially when the party is in power, and those who stays in power are historically prone to the criticism from every directions. So, what is there to be disturbed about? Take the criticism and keep doing good work. The nation is keeping the track of your good works, but I appeal to you to please keep the idiots like O P Sharma in check, otherwise they will lead to a serious debacle of BJP in upcoming elections.

By : Nilesh Ranjan



Why should we start hating the parasites at JNU?


With the latest uprisings by some hollow minded parasites at JNU recently, it is clearly evident that we as a nation have provided enough space to such idiots to germinate their anti national ideologies on our soil. Yesterday, some of the news channels(very few of them actually) were telecasting the slogans made by them at an event by Press Club of India to celebrate the death anniversary of Afzal Guru. And their slogans were ‘Kashmir ki aazadi tak jung jaari rahegi, bharat ki barbaadi tak jung jaari rahegi’. Precisely, they wanted to say that their war will continue till the freedom of Kashmir and till the devastation of India.

Today, I saw honourable home minister Mr. Rajnath Singh speaking with some of the news channels ,that a very stringent action will be taken against all those, who were raising such slogans. But, the question will still be remaining the same. Is there any such legal actions in our country that can prevent these parasites from entering and clustering together by getting the nutrients from the tax payer’s money in the form of subsidiary and scholarships? Few days back Dr. Subramaniam Swamy had spoken something similar about JNU. According to him, JNU has become the hub for anti-nationals, and none of them actually deserves a single penny from the government to groom their minds, which are full of filth. Till yesterday, before actually listening to those slogan, many of us might have been in disagreement with Dr. Swamy, and considered JNU as one of the premier institute of India. But, that video clip actually shows the mirror to all of us as a nation that what kind of students and ideologies are being produced through one of the most prestigious university of this country.

Sometimes, seeing news like that break our hearts to see the youths getting involved in such activities and being politically utilized, which serves no purposes of their own lives or families or nation. My personal experience with the students of JNU has also been very interesting. All of them were associated with some or other political party(I mean student wings like AISA , ABVP , etc.), and all of them were having pretty good social and political sense about the nation. I always found myself very fascinated to talk to them. It was a kind of delight to my ears to hear good about our country. Most of the time,  they used to talk about different ideologies and believes, but none of them were paving the way towards the destruction of this country.

But, all that happened almost 7 years back. Now, the story seems to be little different. Now, I am finding myself in agreement with Dr. Swamy, and adhering to the new set of believes from other fellow Indians, that all the central universities should be stripped of all the financial aid and facilities that are provided by the tax payer’s money. Those beggars are having their tummy full with government subsidiaries, and that is why they are able to run their anti national agenda. They should actually be made to go back to their villages and rot there because they truly deserves it.

By : Nilesh Ranjan