Modi’s India stands exposed before world   

Published: 09:31 PM, 25 Jan, 2021
Modi’s India stands exposed before world   
Caption: Indian farmers set PM Modi’s effigy on fire during a protest movement against the agricultural policies.
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India’s tyrant face has been exposed before the world due to aggressive policies of Modi-led Bharatiya Janata Party government. The incumbent government has taken many controversial steps to push India towards fascist country. 

On the 72nd Republic Day of India on January 26, the Indian nation is busy finding its identity. The new citizenship bill has left people confused about their identities. Modi made millions of Muslims refugees in India. Scientists, poets and artists who have served India for decades have lost their identity due to the policies of Modi government.

“Is it Nehru and Gandhi's secular India or RSS's Hindu Rashtra? Is it Shining India or “Rapistan” where even foreign tourists are not safe? Is it democracy or Modi's dictatorial politics?,” they questioned. 

Today, India is being divided. Slogans of independence are echoing in India. The Modi government has become another name of chaos and anarchy in the country. The so-called Incredible India is now known in the world as Intolerant India. The Republic Day turns into Black Day for most Indians.

The silent rule of Hindutva and the plight of minorities in India have proved the Quaid-e-Azam's vision right.

The constitution of India speaks of a secular state but today the religious minorities are being targeted in Modi's Hindu Rashtra and they have become second class citizens. Democracy is dying in India due to Modi's dictatorial policies. 

In the wake of the monopoly of the Hindu majority, India's so-called secularism has been swept away and the constitution of India has become meaningless. In such a scenario, Republic Day celebrations are tantamount to self-deception and throwing dust in the eyes of the world.

On the one hand, the new citizenship law has displaced millions of Muslims. On the other hand, the majority of Sikhs inside and outside India are furious over the growing injustice against them.

The farmers' protest movement, which has been going on for months, continues with full force even after the 120 causalities. Indian farmers have announced a 100km long tractor rally in Delhi on January 26 which will expose Modi's fascist government to the world.

The undemocratic repeal of Articles 370 and 35A of the Indian constitution also put a question mark on its claim of largest democracy in the world. An oppressive state has made occupied Kashmir the largest prison in the world since August 5, 2019, but it failed to deter the Kashmiris' spirit of independence.

India is facing worldwide condemnation for its inhumane treatment of Kashmiris. Members of the British Parliament have strongly condemned the recent human rights violations in Occupied Kashmir.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has already refused to attend India's Republic Day celebrations as a special guest.

Today, India's soft image of Bollywood has been tarnished. India's film industry is also under BJP's scrutiny.

Modi is also scared of freedom slogans in films. The Modi government filed an FIR against Tan Dev cast last week. India is one of the most dangerous countries in the world in terms of human life.

The Modi government policies have wiped out the Indian economy. India's growth rate, which was once more than 8%, has fallen to minus 10% in 2020. 

On the other hand, the Indian Army has also become political and controversial under Modi’s control. Frustration among Indian soldiers is growing and the number of suicides is on the rise. India has suffered humiliation at the hands of Pakistan and later China in recent years.

Nepal has also challenged India's expansionist ambitions and rejected baseless Indian claims on Kalapani and its adjoining areas.

Anees-ur-Rehman

The writer is a staff member.