Dangerous Iceberg of Discontent in India


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What we are seeing is the tip of the dangerous iceberg of discontent in India!

The domestic currency exchange market that the RSS/BJP Government forced in India through demonetisation has gone down to its lowest when the one crore of old currency can be exchanged with just 9 lakhs of the new currency. This erosion in the currency is dangerous. This is just one of the side effects of the Modi’s mindless move to replace India’s 90 percent of the notes in circulation. The NRIs can exchange the currency by June 30. The black market is on and buzzing.

Indian economy is not doing well on many fronts and the job market is sinking with each passing day, but it seems that the RSS/BJP Government is only focussed on giving saffron sleeping pills to India’s citizens. They are more busy in finding RSS ideologue who will be India’s next President. Already Saffron has become a dominating color both literary, figuratively, and politically in the state of UP. The Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Act is interpreted by some corporates as the Cow Social Responsibility (CSR) Act.

There is a standard to judge all the policies of the RSS/BJP Government. It is the four-cornered matrix of Justice, Liberty, Equality, and Fraternity (JELF) which can judge the efficacy and effectiveness of the policies. When we try to judge the policies of the RSS/BJP Government, we can see that they do not accord with this standards.

There is growing discontent in this country. Even the RSS/BJP controlled media has to take note of this. What we are reading in the newspapers is just the tip of the dangerous iceberg. The farmers are threatening agitations all over India. The Muslims have been made to feel insecure in their own country. The Dalits are lashed out with cuts in their constitutional share in the Governance.

Author – Mangesh Dahiwale, Human Rights Activist

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