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Fifth column: I want PM Modi had pointed out that without rule of law there may be no democracy

Fifth column: I want PM Modi had pointed out that without rule of law there may be no democracy


From Indore, the remaining week came pics of a senior BJP leader’s son using a bat to attack officials on authorities’ responsibility. From a village in Jharkhand came a video of the modern-day lynching. Tabrez Ansari was tied to a pole and, while beaten with sticks by a mob, ordered to copy ‘Jai Shri Ram’ and ‘Jai Hanuman.’ The video of his terrified face became too awful to look at but went viral on social media, as did the news that the neighborhood police locked him up instead of taking him to the health facility. It took him four days to die. And in his last days, his circle of relatives was not allowed to meet him.
In Mumbai, a Muslim taxi motive force, Faizal Usman Khan, was beaten by a Hindu mob, who ordered him to mention ‘Jai Shri Ram’ as they beat him. He later told reporters that his cab stalled and, even as he changed into seeking to fix it, some men got here with the aid of on a scooter and commenced beating him for what he idea became no cause until they ordered him to mention ‘Jai Shri Ram’ until he became unconscious.
In Kolkata, a Muslim teacher, Hafiz Mohammed Shahrukh Halder, changed into thrown off a teacher because he refused to mention ‘Jai Shri Ram.’ He sustained excessive accidents. However, he lived. He told newshounds that his attackers had first mocked him for his garments and Islamic beard and then ordered him to chant ‘Jai Shri Ram.’In Kasganj, Uttar Pradesh, a policeman becomes threatened with the aid of a nearby BJP legislator because he arrested his buddies for rowdyism. The MLA warned him that he had the electricity to have him transferred.
In Parliament, in the meantime, the Prime Minister made two first-rate speeches in which he painted a glowing photograph of the ‘new’ India he guaranteed he would construct. A wealthy, powerful, comfortable India in which every citizen could be handled similarly. In his speech in the Rajya Sabha, he cited Tabrez Ansari. He became saddened, he said, via the dying of this youth and was hoping that those responsible would accept the severest punishment. He denounced violence in popular and stated no one had the proper to break the regulation, whether in Jharkhand, West Bengal, or everywhere else.
As I listened, I located myself wishing that the Prime Minister had placed greater emphasis on the significance of the regulation guideline for the survival of democracy. I found myself hoping that he had mentioned that without the rule of thumb of the law, there might be no democracy. If he had stated something like this, his message might have been clearer to his party men and the killer mobs who now defile Ram himself with their craven brutality. It is currently not about cows. It is ready for the guideline of the mob.
No excuse is wanted for violence. In Akash Vijayvargiya, an MLA in his personal proper, he defended himself proudly while asked why he becomes beating up the officials in Indore. On camera, he introduced that it was his policy first to make a well-mannered request, and while this changed into refusal, he did no longer assume it incorrect to use violence.
He turned into arrested for attacking the officers. But, it has thus far not been sacked from the BJP. What signal does this ship have?
Let me solve my very own query. The signal this sends is that taking the law into your palms is suited within the eyes of individuals who the Prime Minister has made accountable for laying the ‘new’ India’s constructing blocks. It is not even approximately Hindus attacking Muslims any extra because as soon as mob rule becomes desirable, it will become the norm. In Patna’s closing week, while a drunken driving force (Hindu) ran over kids sleeping on the pavement, he was no longer caught and passed to the police however killed instantaneously by a mob.
In India, the wheels of justice turn slowly. Sometimes they do not turn at all. If the sufferer is poor and helpless and the culprit wealthy and effective, justice is unattainable in many cases. So a diploma of tough justice has constantly existed. But, within the past few years, cow vigilantism has given a whole new facet to rule with the mob’s aid. The vigilantes have commonly been given away for what they did. Inevitably, now that Narendra Modi’s mandate is greater than the only one he was given last time, many of his supporters see it as a sanction for them to carry on with their violent activities.
After making his first speech to his newly elected MPs in Parliament’s Central Hall, the Prime Minister bowed his head earlier than the Constitution as though it had been a sacred text. This wonderful gesture will quickly appear meaningless unless mob rule is added to a quick give-up. An accurate first step would be to expel Akash Vijayvargiya.

Elizabeth Coleman

I am a lawyer by profession and a blogger by passion. I started blogging to express my views on various issues.The blog has now become one of my passions. After seeing so many of my friends and colleagues using blogs for their business purposes, I decided to share my views through my blog.I love reading other people's blogs. I am trying to write one every day, and sometimes when I have time I write two or three posts per day.