2019 Elections: Who was Wise and Who was Fool in UP ?


By: Parmanand Pandey, Advocate, Supreme Court (Secretary General IPC)

Parliamentary election in 2019 has thrown many surprises. One of them is that the ‘Empress of Wealth’ and ‘Opportunism’ is the biggest beneficiary and the ‘Master of Betrayal’ and ‘Amateurism’ has proved to be the certified fool in Uttar Pradesh..

The biggest beneficiary in this Lok Sabha election has not been the BJP but the BSP of Mayawati. Modi had a lot many things to showcase to entire India, but this lady had nothing but her insatiable love for money and unquestionable leadership of a particular section of the Dalits.

BJP was already having 282 seats in the Lok Sabha, ten seats more than what is required to have the magic number of majority. This time it has further improved its tally to reach 303, which is landslides by any stretch of consideration. There is no denying that no leader of the world has done so much developmental work, which Modi has performed in the last five years of his rule. The loquacious and highly impractical Communists have been thrown to the Bay of Bengal on the side and in the Arabian sea on the other.

But look at the achievements of the empress Mayawati. In the last Lok Sabha election Mayawati, the one and only leader of her party, had drawn a blank. She was not able to send even one member to the Parliament but this time the queen of opportunism did not bat her eyelids in entering into an alliance with the prince of betrayal and amateurism Akhilesh Yadav to form a caste-based Gathbandhan.

Two months before Lok Sabha elections both of them were daggers drawn. Thanks to the conscientious people of Uttar Pradesh, the Gathbandhan has been resoundingly kicked and given a tight slap to both the visionless and shameless leaders. However, the goddess of wealth and the Queen of opportunism has certainly been able to get elected ten of her candidates to the Lok Sabha. She has been able to get three Muslims elected with the support of Dalits and Yadavas.

Similarly, the Samajwadi Party has also got elected three Muslims from its party. Thus, she has improved her tally from zero to ten but the Samajwadi Part has cut a very sorry figure, thanks only to the foolishness of an Australia educated leader. Last time the SP had five Member in Parliament and this time, too, it has got five MPs. The only difference is that in the previous Lok Sabha only the family members of Mulayam Singh Yadav were representing the Samajwadi Party but this time only the father and the son have got entry to the Lok Sabha. Other three members of the family have been defeated badly. Three Muslims have, albeit, been elected replacing the members of his family. Last time not even one Muslim MP was there but this time six Muslims have got in, including one Mafia Don and another a rank communalist, who has diabolical hatred against Bharat Mata, Cow and the holy Ganges.

The sum and substance are that while Akhilesh has proved to be a reckless amateur in the politics of Gathbandhan, Mayawati has emerged as a clear winner. There is hardly any doubt that if she had not made an alliance with the SP, she would not have been able to get even a single seat.

However, it now becomes almost clear that Narendra Modi has destroyed the politics of caste and religion; otherwise Lalu would have not been reduced to zero in Bihar. The country will, therefore, remain indebted to Modi for bringing about a new culture of casteless society for making the nation strong.

Quick Comment on Modi’s 2019 Win


By: Shreepal Singh

1. It is 23rd of May 2019 today. Modi has scored a stunning victory in 2019 Indian parliamentary election: he has got (wait for a few hours more, at this hour – 4.03 PM – BJP is leading in 294 and with allies 344 – on total count, BJP has got 303 and with allies 350) out of the total of 542 seats. We say it Modi’s victory because he secured it almost single handedly. We say it “almost single handedly” because the credit for it goes in maximum to him. BJP as a political party with its vast support base and an army of dedicated workers spread over many of its affiliated organizations and Amit Shah as an astute political strategist and the president of BJP have also contributed to this victory in a desicive manner. But still perhaps – we venture to assert – BJP without a Modi could not have performed this miracle in this badly divided country and perhaps Modi without BJP could still have done it. However, this is no time to apportion the credit between the two mutually supporting forces. It looks nice and gracious to say BJP is nothing without Modi and Modi is nothing without BJP. This is enough on this score – and nothing more is required. Let us come to the point.

2. It was said by us at Indian People’s Congress a score of decades back, “Things always go on changing and the history is continuously made. But, there is always the spirit of ‘Time’ behind every such change. It is not the entities – the events, the personalities – that are apparent to everybody who alone are there to play their role in this change. There are also forces behind them that are subtle, not apparent. These forces are more powerful than the apparent entities; the entities – personalities – are these forces’ creation, their instruments. These subtle forces operate in tune with the spirit of Time at the given moment through the apparent personalities, big and small both.”

3. Modi as an individual – and as the Prime Minister of India – is no exception to this universal phenomenon. Modi has won the 2019 Indian parliamentary election. He is set to step on his second inning as the supreme leader of India. He worked hard – the hardest that any individual can do. We all know, the political institution of democracy – as an instrument of self governance and more so as an instrument of rapid progress – is much flawed. It is flawed even in those countries that boast of being its (democracy’s) originators. But in India it is many times more flawed – a large, a very large, section of Indian population is given to act on their illitracy, ignorance, caste, religion, ethnic fault lines and what not. Adding to this pathatic condition of Indian electorate, here the established corrupt and scoundrals, and even below-average minds, are able to fling dirt on any well-meaning political personality and flourish and hoodwink this ignorant mass called electorate. Win of Modi is a miracle and also a sign that Indian people have now come of age in the art of self governance.

4. Modi’s win of 2019 Indian parliamentary election is a good omen not for India alone, it is good for humanity as well. Rise of Modi as the Prime Minister of India is the rise of spiritual India, and the rise of spiritual India is the rise of humanity.

5. Life is essentially spiritual; and humanity is the epitome of this spirituality. In fact, life is nothing but unfolding of universal divinity – life with its amazing property of self awareness cannot be explained by anything but by divinity; life is divine.

6. One step forward in the rise of the awareness of this divinity is the rise of humanity and the very existence – and survival against all odds through the ages – of an India that is spiritual to the core is a step forward for the entire humanity.

7. Rise of a spiritual India should be a cause for jubiliation for the world. Modi-win of 2019 in India is the win of this spiritual India. By and large the majority of Indians – who are mostly Hindus but also have significant number of Muslims, Christians – are in euphoria today on this win.

8. Indians are given by nature to celebrate, and celebrate incessantly. Let them celebrate at this moment of historic importance. But soon they would need to get down to the work ahead – the work that needs to be attended urgently and that is pending long overdue. What is this work?

9. There are many urgent works pending execution in India almost since its birth in 1947 as a free country but the most important and urgent of them in post 2019 election need to be recapitulated.

10. Firstly, science, science and again science. It is repeated to underline its supreme importance. But this science is not limited to its meaning in a narrow sense. We are using this term here in its widest possible meaning – science in thought (culture, habits, traditions, beliefs, education, outlook and the like) and science in action (technology, industry, defense related weapons, zooming rockets, wealth generating economy, day-to-day life studded with latest innovations and the like).  This term – science – includes an inclination or propensity of ordinary citizens – particularly the younger generation – to think originally, do search and discover new things; it is a scientific attitude, it is a culture, which is covered under science here. It includes positive science that makes discoveries and fabricate technologies. India is still backward in this age of science and technology. No country has any future if it does not master the laws of this material world, which are known as the laws of science. It is not confined to learning the already known – discovered – laws of science and mastering the technologies based on those already known laws. It is much more than that and includes original thinking in all branches of positive sciences; philosophical – ideological; and social sciences. It also includes a prompt application of newly discovered laws of that science – transforming that knowledge into technology. It includes ruthless promotion of merit and individual initiatives. It means that science is translated into technology and that technology is translated into an overall national development of India; it means a high living standard of citizens is secured with the help and advantage that this science – and its technology – provides to these citizens; high end technology utilized for defence and armed forces. There is need to emphasize the importance of the speed at which this science is translated into technology. Severe penalties and disincentives for causing delay and neglect in such translation. Heavy investment in this field – discovery of science and translating acquired knowledge into technology with fast speed.

11. Secondly, strengthen the internal security of India. Identify forces and individuals that divert issues and derail India’s fast development and expose them, discredit them and punish them in exemplary way. Judge them by their recent conduct before this just concluded 2019 election – judge them what they said and where they stood. These individuals – in the name of politicians, journalists, human right workers and some such other names – take undue advantage of India’s innocent and largely uneducated masses, and render democracy unworkable in India. When the world is marching fast forward and countries are busy to overtake their rivals in ferocious competition in economic and technology spheres, these individuals put their full might to derail India’s smooth progress – all in the name of democracy and their constitutional rights. This all talk of democracy and constitutional rights is nothing but a veneer to camouflage their real identities – you scratch a little and you will find below the surface that they are corrupt to the core, they have amassed huge ill gotten wealth by corrupt means, they are there to grind their axe. It is most urgent task of emerging new and developing India to pin point them all and clean India of this mess. No country has ever progressed without cleaning its mess – and India has to achieve this feat in a democratic manner.

12. Thirdly, put a firm check on the population explosion. There should be no leniency in this matter. There should be no way left to escape the disciplinary dragnet for those who knowingly or unknowingly are busy in increasing the India’s population. The only democratic way to control the Indian burgeoning population is put in place the “stick and carrot” policy; provide penalties for producing more children and offer incentives for begetting few offspring. India should even think of disenfranchising – taking away voting right – of those, irrespective of their caste, creed or religion, who beget more than two children. China achieved this objective of containing population explosion by force (China has political system of dictatorship) but India will have to achieve this objective by democratic means – by making a law in Parliament. If India wants to avoid civil war and strife in the face of scarce resources with large number of people demanding them (resources), then the sooner this population explosion is stopped the better it is. Population growth is a ticking bomb for India.

13. Fourthly, take the aggressive foreign initiative. Forge friendship with maximum foreign powers. Find out common agendas and take initiatives to lead such groups wedded to those agendas. There are many concerns that the humanity commonly share today: environmental concerns; sustainable development on earth; non-poluting sources of energy that may power such development; mental well-being of humanity in the face of technologies fast encroaching human mind; terrorism sprouting from fundamentalist religions and rabid ideologies; peace and equity among countries. India needs to forge a global unity around these common concerns. Spiritual India can achieve nothing if it does not win the love and goodwill of humanity by and large. This India stands not for any narrow nationalism confined to one country but for humanity, which is above all traditional religious and ideological concerns.

Results of Lok Sabha Polls will be Better for Modi than Exit Projections


By: Parmanand Pandey, Advocate, Supreme Court (Secretary General IPC)

Look who is shouting that the EVM s have been swapped and hacked? It is those like Afzal Ansari, Atique Ahmad, Saiyed Shahabuddin and the parties of Mayawati, Lalu Prasad Yadav and Mulayam Singh Yadav, who have been notorious for booths capturing. Now they have realised that the crushing defeat in the Lok Sabha polls is staring in their face and they have no face-saving device except to blame the EVMs. Thanks to the alertness of the Election Commission, this time they have failed to capture any booths. Therefore, their wailing is like the quarrelling of the bad workman with his tools.

 It is not hidden from anybody that the amount of work that the Modi Government has done in the last five years is humungous, which will be remembered for the decades to come.  By demonetisation, he has almost wiped out the parallel economy of the black money, which had crippled the life of honest and average Indian. The GST has brought significant transparency in business dealings resulting in the massive income to the exchequer. More than 90 per cent shopkeepers and businesspeople have been compelled to pay the taxes because all the escape routes have been plugged by the government.

The generation of money through demonetisation and GST has been meaningfully utilised for raising the living standards of people regardless of their caste, creed or religion. As a matter of fact, the biggest beneficiaries of Modi’s Welfare Schemes have been Muslims, Dalits and Scheduled Tribes. During the five years of the Modi Government, not even one communal riot or terrorist incident have taken place in the country. Is it a small achievement? The tough administration of Yogi Adityanath and Narendra Modi has demonstrated to the whole world that how communal riots can be curbed and controlled even in the most sensitive state like Uttar Pradesh.

The welfare schemes of Modi speak volumes and much louder about his efficient and corruption-free administration. In the last five years, there has not been even a whisper of corruption against any Minister. The achievements of the government on the border have been recognised by the whole world and now Pakistan’s limbs and legs have been so badly broken that it cannot even think of raising its eyes towards India. China has also fallen in the line of Modi diplomacy.

 Despite the overdose of the intoxication of casteism and communalism injected by the casteist and communal leaders, people have overwhelmingly voted in favour of Modi, without considering and knowing about the candidates fielded by the BJP.

On the other hand, look at the behaviour and conduct of the opposition leaders who have been trying to throw mud of Rafael Deal, which has boomeranged on them. The alliance of Mayawati and Akhilesh in Uttar Pradesh are so opportunistic that the people are not ready to believe them. Mayawati is very unreliable and ungrateful that she was saved of her life and formed the government with the help of the BJP for three times and then shunned it without even a tinge of remorse. How ridiculous it is that instead of talking about the issues she talked about the caste and personal life of Modi? Not to be lagged behind Akhilesh Yadav firstly joined hands with Rahul Gandhi and then jettisoned him in this election to be with Mayawati against whom his fulminations are well known to recount.

The less said is better about the leaders of other states like Mamata Banerjee, whose simplicity and fighting spirit had won laurels for her but then she also fell into the deep mud of corruption. Surprisingly, she adopted the same policy of rowdyism of the CPM against which she had got support from all over India. The opportunism of Chandrababu Naidu and Corruption of Lalu Prasad Yadav have hardly any parallel in the contemporary history of India. In the crowd of such tainted leaders, Modi is shining like a Pole Star. There should not any doubt that the final results of the Lok Sabha Elections will be much better than what various exit polls have predicted.

Gandhi, Godse, Murder, Terrorism and Pragya Thakur


By: Parmanand Pandey, Advocate, Supreme Court (Sectetary General IPC)

Is it not strange that those who have been abusing in the filthiest language have today become the votaries of Gandhi in denouncing Sadhvi Pragya Thakur? She did not say anything about Gandhi. She only said that Godse was a nationalist. Nobody in his or her senses would justify the killing of Mahatma Gandhi. It was the most brutal cold blood heinous and dastardly crime committed by Godse, which shocked the conscience of the entire nation. One might have had differences – even the most serious differences and may be even the legitimate ones – with Gandhi but he had no right or justification to murder him. This is no time – and no place here – to enumerate and discuss the bona fide mistakes that Gandhi might have committed and which might have prompted Godse to commit a henious crime of murder. We are on something else here.

Mahatma Gandhi was revered by the Hindus although he was hated in equal measure by the Muslims barring a few. M.A. Jinnah had declared him to be the leader of only Hindus and not of the Muslims of India. He had claimed the sole proprietary rights of the leadership of Muslims. It is very difficult to forget what Ali brothers had said about Gandhi that any Muslim is better than him, although Gandhi foolishly fought along with them for the restoration of Khilafat in turkey. Surprisingly, a university has been established with the help of Mulayam Singh Yadav in Rampur in the name of that rabidly communal leader.

There is a difference between a ‘Murderer’ and a ‘Terrorist’. Godse was a murderer but not a terrorist. It is not necessary that a terrorist will be a nationalist. Even otherwise, there is no concept of Nationalism for all the varieties of terrorists that we have come to know so far in the course of history.

Nathuram Godse was, without doubt, a Nationalist a Patriot but not a Terrorist. He was a killer for which he was tried and sent to gallows. The purpose of a killer is to kill a person because of certain reasons but the purpose of a terrorist is to create terror in the minds of the general public. Godse killed Mahatma Gandhi but he did not want to terrorise the general public. If one goes through the testimony of Godse during his trial in the Court of Shimla, there will no doubt in the mind of anybody that he was a nationalist, though bigoted one. His aim was to protect Mother India at any cost. Since Mahatma Gandhi was largely responsible for the vivisection of the country into India and Pakistan apart from it, he was very lenient towards Pakistan in giving many concessions. Mahatma Gandhi had even undertaken a fast to give Rs. 56 crores to Pakistan for the construction of its Capital.

Sadhvi Pragya Thakur has not justified the killing of Mahatma Gandhi by Nathuram Godse, she has simply said that he was/is and will continue to be a patriot. So, what is wrong in it?

The Communist Party of India was always opposed to Mahatma Gandhi but now they are branding Sadhvi Pragya as a terrorist Not long ago, the supporters of Kansiram and Mayawati had ransacked and vandalised the Samadhi of Mahatma Gandhi in Delhi and declared him to be the enemies of the Dalits. Ms Mayawati has been openly chiding Mahatma Gandhi in all her meetings by saying that Gandhi used to say ‘untouchables’ to the Harijans, then was he a son of Shaitan? Abuses of Dr. Ambedkar for Gandhi are well known. He called Gandhi a cunning politician who did not do anything for Dalits. He even said, “People rever Gandhi as a saint but I know Gandhi as a person and he is crooked in his mind.”

Now when this Sannyasin has simply said that Godse’s patriotism could not be questioned, whole secular intelligentsia and the opposition parties have risen up in arms. Lo and behold! A person like Digvijay Singh who coined the word Hindu Terrorism is also criticising her.

The people of India now know the doublespeak duplicity and hypocrisy of these people and this is the reason that people of India have largely endorsed her statement Godse was a Patriot, which she said in response to a blockheaded film actor, who described Godse as the first Hindu terrorist

Population Control: First Work for New Govt of Modi


By: Parmanad Pandey, Advocate, Supreme Court (Secretary General IPC)

  Now when it has become beyond any shadow of a doubt that Narendra Modi will again become the Prime Minister, he will have to take certain tough decisions for the sake of the country. First and foremost, the task should be to prepare a comprehensive population control policy. This can be achieved in democratic manner by  applying the policy of carrot and stick – provide penalties (like higher cost of necessities of life) for producing more than 2 children and offer incentive (like rebate and subsidies for items of daily life) for sticking to two or one child.

  When the country attained freedom, its population was nearly 36 crores but today the country is carrying the burden of 100 crores more people than what it was in 1947. As a result of it, all our progress has been offset due to the burgeoning population. If our population continue to grow with this speed, the day is not far away when we will surpass China, which has almost three times more area of land than India.

    Our entire administrative work should be the technology and artificial intelligence-driven to completely root out corruption from the administration and the judiciary, which is replete with Luddites and status-quo ists. Most of the judges, whether they are in the Supreme Court, often wax eloquent on the outdated jurisprudence and philosophy, which has no connection with today’s India. This demonstrates their intellectual pauperism.

     Agriculture must be modernized because there is no point in draining the money on the marginal and landless farmers. The subsidy and the bank loans, which are given to such farmers is hardly used for agricultural purposes but instead used for attending the social functions like marriage etc. The landless and marginal farmers do not have any income from the agricultural produce as a result of the money is drowned in the gutter, which neither helps the farmers nor the country. This money could better be used for other employment generating projects reducing the burden from the unproductive agriculture.

    The education system needs to be overhauled because of today our Institutes and Universities are churning out such lazy graduates, postgraduates, who are no better than illiterates. There are innumerable half-baked engineers, medicos and lawyers, who are good for nothing. Demonetization has certainly reduced the level of black money, but the use of cash money needs to be made minimal. Those, who say that everybody is not trained to use the cashless cards, they are insincere and disingenuous to the cause that resurgent India is going to espouse and must have their own axe to grind. The country has made giant strides in progress during the last five years of Modi and hopefully, it will be consolidated in his new regime.

Before You Vote, Go by Conduct of Politicians and Not their Words


By: Parmanand Pandey, Advocate, Supreme Court (Secretary General IPC)

Every election brings some nuggets of wisdom for electorates. Many things are spoken by the leaders; some contain information, some disinformation but most of them are wild allegations. People understand them in their own way to finally take any decision. However, this election has thrown up some points which are very important for every electorate of the country. Let us start with an apolitical interview of Narendra Modi given to a Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar.

During his interview, he narrated an interesting but very revealing story which has completely debunked and dismantled the cover of hypocrisy worn by most of the Samajwadi leaders to befool the people. He told that once he got down at the Pune railway station and started going on foot to the nearby RSS office. One auto rickshaw wala followed him for some distance. Then he asked him (Modi) to sit in the rickshaw because he was away from the public gaze. The rickshaw wala told him that he mistook him to be a Samajwadi because they avoid boarding rickshaws at the railway to demonstrate their simplicity and frugality. He told Modi that hypocrisy is the hallmark of every socialist.

 By narrating this story in spontaneity, he unmasked the duplicity and the fake character of the socialists in his own inimitable style. History bears ample examples when most of the socialists, barring a few respectable exceptions, have proven to be utterly dishonest. They have done immense damage to the social fabric of the country. Workers, farmers and students have all been cheated by them. Take any socialist and you will find that he/she will talk about simplicity, equality and brotherhood but in the heart of his or her heart, he/she will be the greediest, rank opportunist and hypocrite of the top order. A socialist often speaks against the greed of the money but look at any of present Samajwadi and you will be flabbergasted to know that how they have milked the public money, whenever or where ever they came to power, to amass the wealth; be it Mulayam Singh Yadav, his son Akhilesh Yadav, Ram Bilas Paswan or Lalu Prasad Yadav or even George Fernandes to name a few.

 Most of the socialists speak against the casteism, but they are so casteist to the core which stinks to the high heaven. The similar duplicity is also found, more or less, among the so-called Gandhians. What an irony that those who publicly advocate for the annihilation of the caste they survive only on the casteism; again be it Mulayam Singh Yadav, Lalu Yadav or Mayawati (she is the follower of Baba Saheb Ambedkar, who wrote a book on the annihilation of castes, which was based on wrong premises’ but that is a different issue).  Socialists have worked as the bulwark of divisive and communal policies regardless of the fact whether they are in the Congress or in Socialist or Communist parties.

 Can anybody deny that two illustrious politicians of the country namely; Baba Saheb Bhim Rao Ambedkar and Dr Ram Manohar Lohia sowed the seeds casteism in India, which has toxified the society even after more than 70 years of independence? Otherwise, there cannot be any reason when Kanhaiya Kumar is asking for votes in the name of being a Bhumihar and Kejriwal flaunt to be a Baniya.

 Another thing that we have seen in this election is to repeat the falsehood ad nauseam attributing it to somebody which he or she never said. For example, it has been drilled into the minds of the people during the campaigning of 2014 elections that Narendra Modi had promised Rs. 15 Lakhs to be transferred to everybody’s account and he would give two crore white collar jobs every year. Nobody knows where did he say and when did he say? Each and every word of the Narendra Modi, especially from 2014, has been audio and video graphed but nobody has been able to produce even single audio or video reminding of his promises.

 We have also seen that the Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has proved himself to a Doctor of lies. During the last assembly election, he had said that every ticket seeker would be interviewed if he/ she has read his book ‘Swaraj’ or not, although this criterion was thrown to the wind at the time of ticket distribution. It is a different matter that the book epitomises and exposes his colossal ignorance about the history, politics or even the constitution of India. This book is not even worth the paper on which it has been printed. I have also read this book on the recommendation of a very dear Advocate friend of mine in the Supreme Court. Look at the shamelessness of this man who says all the problems of Delhi would be solved in a jiffy if the full statehood is granted to it. This man has been telephoning almost everybody in Delhi through his pre-recorded voice that the BJP government has, in cahoots, with the Election Commission got millions of names removed from the electoral list but, it was found to be totally false.

  One is compelled to ask a question that during his tenure of more than four years of governance, how many new colleges have been opened in Delhi? He will turn the other way around. How many hospitals have been opened by him? Then he will have no reply? Except for some third grade Mohalla Clinics which are run with the help of half-baked doctors, there has been nothing to his credit to improve the health services.

 His contribution to improving the standard of education has been negligible. The departments working under the Delhi government particularly, the Labour and the Revenue Departments are corrupt to the core. So how can this man be believed? The answer is not far to seek.

Ignoramus Katju Opens Mouth About Hindi


By: Parmanand Pandey, Advocate, Supreme Court (Secretary General IPC)

Markandey Katju, a former judge of the Supreme Court of India, is a well- known megalomaniac. One often wonders how a person of such deranged mental faculties managed to become the judge of the High Court and then got elevated to the Supreme Court.? As a judge of the Supreme Court, everybody used to laugh at his idiotic comments. He has not delivered any judgement, which could be said to be a landmark and have any citationary value.

Anyway, after his retirement, he managed to become the Chairman of the Press Council of India and always tried to browbeat the members as if he was still a judge of the Supreme Court.
On one occasion he is reported to have said that most of the journalists were fools. He has had the same opinion about politicians as well. On another occasion, he came out with an outlandish statement that majority of Indians were idiots.

He boasts that he has been a voracious reader and a book worm, which he certainly is. But it is equally true that he lacks his own mind. He is often found to be giving simplistic solutions to the problems that people laugh at him. In law, he will frequently quote Jeremy Bentham, JS Mill, Roscoe Pound, HLA Hart etc. to impress upon others.

His idiocies are innumerable. He will lecture on secularism, tried to prove Neta ji Subhash Chandra Bose and Mahatma Gandhi as the agents of the Britishers. He comes out with his hair-brained idea of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh again becoming one country.

This shameless man says that he is a Kashmiri Brahmin but takes proud of being a beef eater.

Now he is said to have written a blog in which he has opined that Hindi has no ‘Dum’ to compete with Urdu. This halfwit has no understanding of Hindi, although he comes from Prayagraj, which has been the hub of Hindi language and literature. This shows that this imbecile has not read Hindi books at all and to prove his point, like a dolt, he translated any couplet of Faiz Ahmed Faiz into Hindi and jumps like a moron to exclaim that look how inferior Hindi is to Urdu.

Our intention is not to compare Hindi with Urdu, but the undeniable fact is that Hindi is miles ahead of Urdu. It appears that he has not read Prem Chand, Bhagawati Charan Verma, Yashpal, Rangeya Raghav, Ram Dhari Singh Dinkar, Ram Chandra Shukl, Hazari Prasad Dwivedi, Jai Shankar Prasad  Maithili Sharan Gupt, Surya Kant  Tripathi Nirala, Sumitra Nandan Pant, Maha Devi Verma and score of others, what to say of Tulasi Das, the tallest amongst the tall.

While Urdu still remains a language of Shaireees (poems) and stories; Hindi has developed into a formidable language of science, technology, commerce, trade, law, agriculture, forestry, horticulture, literature, music and art etc. It has inexhaustible support of Sanskrit and innumerable dialects but those who are blinds they cannot see the reality. The day is not far away when Hindi will become the most popular and developed language of the world.

But even then, the nincompoops like Markandeya Katju will not be able to see the reality. But again, that is not the drawback of the great Hindi, but the fault lies in persons like Katju.

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