Delhi assembly election has been completed. As a result, a small, almost limited Aam Aadmi Party in the city of Delhi got an overwhelming majority. As such, this election was for a fairly small assembly of the nation which has a total of 70 seats and the power of this legislature is also relatively weak compared to all the states of the country. Nevertheless, the aggressive tone of campaigning continues to resonate today. After all, what was the reason that BJP, an established and large national party for this election had to promote this level?
Hate speeches began on 28 January, when a minister in the central government warmly called for something to be done against the country’s unnamed traitors. These words were repeated again and again like the chorus, whose front lines added to the public gathering that it wanted to shoot the country’s traitors, not its established legal and legal institutions. Was it appropriate that a top minister, whose party had got the full share of Delhi in the Lok Sabha elections, resorted to such political vendetta? The foundation of democracy consists of people, their conscience. Voting is based on the discretion of the people. The poorest of the poor also discuss the issues before casting their votes and after considering the party situation and deliberating, uses his vote fearlessly.
India is the most unique and big democracy in the world. The voters here may not possess wealth or are socially and economically weak, but they discharge their citizenship responsibilities within the scope of the Constitution. Baba Saheb Ambedkar himself said that despite social and economic inequalities, voting and democracy awaken the consciousness of political equality. Voting is a unique moment for which a fear-free environment should be created. Before this particular festival of democracy, some of the fiercest people should take up arms, then it was the responsibility of the honorable of the ruling party to explain to them that their party is in power at the center and through the law, they can duly protect the Indian Constitution. Will, just like he was sworn in in the premises of Rashtrapati Bhavan last May. But the opposite happened.
In any democracy, the public does not carry arms. The task of firing only legitimate military forces, which has always been proud of India. Anger and extremism are illegal reasons for taking up arms. However, another BJP MP named the particular religious communities and said that with their support, if the opposing parties come to rule, it is feared that they will rape women. Perhaps he had forgotten the days when Nirbhaya was raped. Then the breath of this city was stopped and Nirbhaya’s deformed body was sent away with moist eyes. She was a girl from this city, and in the eve of her life she paid the price for a perverted mindset. The mentality, which had no caste or religion. His murderers are now completing the final legal process of death sentence between Tihar Jail and the court in a legitimate manner.
After the departure of Nirbhaya, the women of this city have made up their minds. Whether she is living in Bhalaswa or living in Rithala, Burari or in Sangam Vihar, Nirbhaya is her own. Behaviors showing jaded words or fear of demolition have no place in campaigning. These young leaders of the BJP should remember the history of their own party. They should know that the words of Atal Bihari Vajpayee are still considered above political competition. Vajpayee’s words convey elegance and thought. Even the bitter opponents could not deny the urge of his words. Sushma Swaraj was also a strong woman leader, who used to listen to everyone in the Lok Sabha despite the dominance of the Congress. The good memories people have of him as a young leader are also – his green-blue eyes and his eloquence.
There can be competition in politics; Political opposition is also natural; At times, there is also a political vendetta, but the non-Congress use of the Bharatiya Janata Party was never formed by the inferior use of words and can never be imagined. Despite strong opposition from Indira Gandhi, leaders like Jayaprakash Narayan, Karpoori Thakur and Kailashpati Mishra were neither angry or agitated, nor crossed the line of word-restraint. Congress was opposed to the use of balanced words and ideologically and theoretically. Nanaji Deshmukh also came to Bihar in the promotion of non-Congress politics and against the Emergency. He, along with Karpoori Thakur, Jayaprakash Narayan and Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh old thinker Sitaram Maru, started a Hindi newspaper to protest against the Emergency, which was called Matrubhoomi. Clearly, non-Congressism has survived to this day by earning the reverence Suman received in the service of this mother, That is ideological perseverance and restraint and grandeur in words. Why was this borderline broken? Whereas, it should have been such that the dignity of words would not be lost even in the face of defeat. Our practice, dialect and ethos of democracy is the sparse in the world. Being a common woman, I urge such honorable people for soft language.