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Bury vote bank politics forever
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Dear Editor,

Narendra Modi has said that Congress has only one mantra, only one medicine- that of vote bank for winning elections. What are the only mantra and only one medicine for the BJP & Co to win elections and befooling the general masses who are not that ignorant of their designs as the aspirant for the post of the Prime Minster thinks? His reported mantra is "it is nation first, India first". He had termed the Constitution as the only one religious scripture. These mantras, though plausible, are only for the public consumption when uttered by Modi. Where was his one nation theory when he and his cohorts indulged in mass massacre of one community in Gujarat where in about 3000 people were butchered and thousands rendered homeless under his very nose and under his directions? He had once asserted that he is a Nationalist Hindu and is in agreement with the policy of RSS and other saffron parties in making the country as a Hindu state where the minorities, more or less, would have no access to the fundamental rights. Is it provided in the Constitution of India whom Mr.Modi considers as the only one religious scripture? By advocating that the vote bank politics should be buried forever does he mean that now the voters should vote on the basis of religion, language, province, personality and affiliation of the candidate to any party (Read BJP)?

It remains to be seen as to how the sensible, awakened and enlightened voters would react to the sugar coated bitter pills manufactured in Modi's pharmaceutical laboratory.

—S.I.H.Kazmi,

Jammu.


News Updated at : Tuesday, October 22, 2013
 
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