Trust deficit between majority, minority community deepening:
The radical outfit Dal Khalsa has slammed the BJP for inching towards converting the Indian polity into authoritarian regime.
Taking a jibe at the BJP's slogans, party's secretary for political affairs Kanwar Pal Singh, in a statement here today, said the hoardings and propaganda material of the BJP urges the voters to bring 'this time Modi Sarkar' (not the NDA sarkar).
Seeking votes to establish a single person rule in this country, he said, the move smells of the design of the RSS, which has long desire to convert India into Hindu rashtar and 'teach minorities a lesson'.
Explaining the trust deficit between majority and minority, Kanwar Pal Singh said former was empowering the perpetrators of genocide and later was trying to bring those perpetrators to book. With Modi at the helm of affairs, this deficit would get more deepen.
He said they were at pains to see how majority community has at times preferred to give the reigns of the country to a person whose hands are soaked into blood of minorities.
Stressing on the need to change the prevailing mindset, he asserted the bond between majority and minority should be on positive plank and equal footing rather than the minority playing the role of an appendage.
He said there's total bankruptcy in the leadership of Shiromani Akali Dal, the party blindly following Mr Modi. "Badals have drenched into power politics to such extent that they had lost senses to visualise what's wrong and right for the community," he added.
Taking to task those who are habitual of blaming their group for creating communal mistrust, Dal Khalsa activist said they represent the voice of deeply wounded segment that feels suffocated in such political environment where elections lures people but doesn't deliver as per their aspirations.
(Posted on 04-04-2014)