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An open letter to India’s right wing!

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Aman Sinhahttps://www.amansinha.tech/
Software Engineer by profession, Aman is highly politically opinionated with his thoughts belonging to centre-right part of the political graphs. Apart from being bashed by liberals for his political views, he is a music enthusiast. He belongs to the old school of rock and roll and his favourite band is Led Zeppelin. You can discuss music, politics and sports with him and you will never be disappointed.
 

The problem we are sitting on is much deeper than what we think it is. Just like misogyny, it has been ingrained into us that it is normal to hurt the majority sentiments. The left, over the years, has been spreading their propaganda and to their credit, they have been very successful in that.

People need to understand that a book which we refer as the constitution doesn’t make India. India makes the constitution. India has always been a very diverse country. So how do you control a country so diverse? You give them a common enemy. Make the minorities believe that the majority is ill-treating them and then make sure that the majority stands divided into a large number of groups. This ensures that you get just enough people to support your rise in power. This kind of politics is the reason India has always been stuck with laws and regulations which challenge the very building block of this country, Dharmic Pluralism.

We have been brain-washed over the years, through our education system, through the one-sided news that we have seen growing up that India doesn’t treat its people equally. To be honest, she doesn’t. India has always given, in forms of vague laws and reservations, its minority a preference over its majority. Not the other way around. The majority has always been subjugated to ensure that the people in power remain in power. The biggest example would be the addition of the word ‘secularism’ in the constitution. Although it was completely redundant, this political gimmick was done just to ensure that the minorities remain loyal. We have been seeing the negative effect that word has brought into society.

I have also come across a lot of people who believe that religion should not be associated with a country. These are the people who believe that India came into existence only when the British left after destroying the cultural heritage of this country. No, my friend, India goes way beyond the time Brits even thought of coming to her shore. And India was a rich and prosperous state because of its culture and religion. India is and will always be a religious state. If you take away religion from India, you take away her culture and her identity. No one will be allowed to do that.

Today, the historic mistakes are being rectified and the left and the people who have fallen into the trap and believe in their version of India are not able to tolerate that. They are not able to accept that the country has moved away from their version of India where they can easily penetrate into the minds of people and spread their propaganda. The majority have understood that in order to restore the cultural identity of this country, they have to unite against the well-oiled machinery. That is easily reflected through politics. People who believed in minority appeasement at the cost of majority are nowhere near to relevance today’s politics. They are still playing there part in states like Bengal and Kerela but the day is not far away when the people in these states throw them away.

In this term of the parliament, the government is doing its bit to correct the historic wrongdoings that this country has gone through. The movement has started and it is not going to stop. There is no way the left and its preachers are going to come back to power. Whether some people like it or not, we will restore India’s rich cultural and religious heritage that has been stolen away from her. Peace and Dharmic Pluralism(and not secularism), the two identifiers of this country, would return back to her. Inshallah.

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Aman Sinhahttps://www.amansinha.tech/
Software Engineer by profession, Aman is highly politically opinionated with his thoughts belonging to centre-right part of the political graphs. Apart from being bashed by liberals for his political views, he is a music enthusiast. He belongs to the old school of rock and roll and his favourite band is Led Zeppelin. You can discuss music, politics and sports with him and you will never be disappointed.

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