Editorial

Bengal, TN, Kerala saved Indian democracy from being hijacked by RSS and its dancing parrot BJP

India thank the people of West Bengal, TN and Kerala for making Indian democracy working in the assembly elections, as the credit for saving the democratic culture in India will go to the Chief Minister of West Bengal Mamata Banerjee, Kerala CM Vijayan, Opposition Leader in Tamil Nadu Stalin, but the lead is taken by the West Bengal that crucially saved India in highly decorated mandate that mother India needed from it being hijacked by RSS and BJP.

Instead of tackling the COVID-19 pandemic as a priority, power hangry RSS lead Naredra Modi ran behind the people mislreading on the maniplative grounds of irrellevant development, getting slapped by the people for not controlling Covid19 and asking party leaders for organising anti democratic rally.

It is not only the victory of the people of Bengal, but the victory of democracy across India. The credit goes to Bengal that n has saved India today.

This landslide victory came after fighting against several odds — the Centre, its machinery, its agencies. This victory has saved the humanity.

Now Banerjee should government should provide free vaccines to the people of the state. Though, it is the duty of the Centre to give free vaccines to every Indian, to give vaccinate to 140 crore people, at least Rs 30,000 crore is needed to be spent.

All the Chief Ministers should sit in protest before the Mahatma Gandhi statue n their respective State if the Centre does not accept free vaccine demand to the people of India.

The respective CMs and opposition leader in should ensure that there is no grand oath-taking ceremony in their respective State to arrest spreading of Covid19.

Tackling COVID-19 should be their priority right now. It’s not time for celebrating victory. Once the pandemic is over, a mega rally can be organised in their respective state.

There is a need to streamline the Election Commission over its proper conduct of the polls as that some “mischief” happened in Nandigram and in where opposition parties were treated badly.

It may be recalled that the Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah spoke of a “double-engine” government, but TMC hit a double-century in the elections. And TMC should enlarge its network nation wide.

The people should punish the RSS and BJP for dividing the people on the religious lines.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday congratulated West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on her party’s win in the assembly polls and assured the Centre’s all possible support to the state government to fulfil people’s aspirations and also to fight the COVID-19 pandemic. Narendra Modi should speak truth and learn to honour PM’s promses.

Instead of offering congratulations to Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, who heads the Left front in the state, and Dravida Munnetra Kazagham supremo M K Stalin, who led the opposition alliance in Tamil Nadu, for their poll victories.

The Prime Minister Modi should learn to be honest and avoid misleading as per situation in Bangladesh that he (Modi) sat for dharna (hunger strike) for Bangladesh’s independence, against the fact that India defeated West Pakistan and liberated East Pakistan gifted Bangladesh to first prime minister of Bangladesh Mujeeb-bur Rahman.

The Bharatiya Janata Party could manage EVMs in Assam to retain power, Modi again mislead that the state’s people have again blessed the NDA’s development agenda despite the anti-people track record of BJP’s Central government.

Modi Government should learn how to working with various States together on a wide range of subjects and to ensure India mitigates the COVID-19 global pandemic.

Now BJP should demonstrate that it can work together to enhance true national progress and spirit, fulfill regional aspirations and defeating the COVID-19 pandemic.

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