Vikas wrote:@Yagnasri Ji, Problem is that without formal declarations, The level playing field can be taken back by any Minority-Pasand govt of the future. Imagine in year 2040, There is a Christo-Islamic Ijtehad Party which sweeps in Xtian-Islamic dominated areas and becomes part of some faction ridden front claiming Home and Finance ministry.
What you have mentioned should be a normal for any Secular state.
@chetak There are too many ineffective nuts and bolts in the system currently and most of them are RAPE class without the "R". If you don't declare it, It does not exist. De-facto is a norm till De-jure is weak.
Very soon we will have Non-Indic population catch up to the level where they don't have to depend upon Hindu political leaders for entitlements and veto power. Before the day arrives, Should we not secure our future by making binding declarations in constitution which would be hard to remove for any future govt.
Just a thought for chewing.
that is why the constitution needs to be amended. It will take quite some doing to muster up a 2/3 majority once again by anyone else.
The word "minority" is neither defined in the constitution nor is it sacrosanct because the so called minorities in India are in majority in the rest of the world.
and furthermore, no country anywhere else has ever declared the Hindus as a minority.
why have we done so and under whose compulsion has it been done. There should have been a referendum before such a foolish thing was done unilaterally.
This and many other such follies and pitfalls happened because power was "transferred" to us and we did not get freedom in the true sense of the term as is being loudly avowed by many ersatz "freedom fighters" and freedom fighting parties.
If we had indeed wrested freedom, the politico social system would have been reset with an Indic mindset instead of merely replacing the white baboo(n) with a brown baboo(n), copied the colonial judicial system, and the repressive colonial police merely changed masters from white to brown and till to date continues to perform its repressive colonial role serving dhothi/kurta pyjama clad "leaders" as opposed to the viceroy and the queen. Why do we still have "collectors" and what do they collect, apart from the usual and obvious "grateful" offerings
The only national institutions that have evolved with a truly nationalistic India and indic flavor and indic thought process that has developed organically overcoming its deeply embedded colonial roots are the Armed Forces.
we should never forget that the congi party was established by the british along with some Indians and like in the days of yore, it is today being run by some eyetalian mafia family instead of some white skin britshit commies.
with the exception of Patel and his ilk, the rest of the congi "leadership" were catspaws of the BIF in the form of the britishit commies who arranged for the "transfer of power".
They lacked intellectual heft and mistook anglicized social polish for the shallow veneer it actually brought and fooled themselves as they scrambled to occupy seats at the international high table where they were force fed scraps from those glittering tables to keep them satiated.
edwina's role in leading some of our priapic leadership to give away the country and allow the BIF free reign to wreak the havoc that they eventually did cannot be underestimated. Atlee's govt should have been grateful to her for her "services".
or, why else would a tosser like corbin think that he had the god given right to comment on the internal affairs of India
Also, we should never disregard the fact that the britshit commies were in power when the so called power was "transferred" to us. That's how they managed a minority guy as the education minister and that's how the Indian commies/minorities rewrote our history and built for themselves an impregnable citadel in the very heart of India and proceeded to dominate the narrative for the past seven odd decades by capturing educational institutions, media, judiciary, bureaucracy, and the entertainment media and through dominating these institutions acquire political power to punch far above their weight, control the national narrative, all to the detriment of the majority.
They started to unravel with the advent of the enormously powerful social media which took the narrative away from them and gave this power directly into the hands of the common people.