Related To: The safety of the minorities in India:
Questions Emerge today May Be Answered Tomorrow!
The Women's Reservation Bill
By Balbir Singh Sooch, Advocate, Ludhiana
Whether MPs of
Congress and BJP committed to pass the
Women's Reservation Bill, having brutal majority together?
It was being doubted since long and finally, they may prove it as
true and beyond any doubt left hereafter, in case the Bill do not
pass now in this session of the Parliament.
Was the statement of BJP Leadership, “ .....The government has to
decide as to what extent it is determined to pass it (the Bill)” a
pointer that UPA should seek support of BJP openly like the
Narasimha Rao to complete its term
and isolate the minorities leadership ?
Onus was shifted to UPA to answer rather on PM and Sonia Gandhi?
It was being said misleadinly under the stretgey that the government
never approached BJP or any other parties for support to pass the
well known to all about
especially and closely to
PM Manmohan Singh and worth to quote here as under:
“Pamulaparthi Venkata Narasimha Rao, who was commonly known as P. V.
Narasimha Rao, served as the 12th Prime Minister of the Republic of
India. He was also commonly referred to as the
Chanakya of modern India
for his ability to steer tough economic and political legislation
through the parliament at a time when he headed a minority
government. His years as Prime Minister also saw the emergence of
the Bharatiya Janata Party, a major right-wing party, as an
alternative to the Indian National Congress which had been governing
India for most of its post-independence history.
Venkata Narasimha Rao (P. V. Narasimha Rao) emerged the Bharatiya
Janata Party, a major right-wing party, as an alternative to the
Indian National Congress. Rao's term also saw the destruction of the
Babri Mosque in Ayodhya which triggered one of the worst
Hindu-Muslim riots in the country since its independence.”
Was now Congress
ready to take assurance from BJP for direct support to remain in
power like P.V.
Narasimha Rao as Samajwadi
Party and RJD alleged to have declared and withdrawn support to the
UPA government? Congress must be having already such assurance from
BJP who was always ready and willing voluntarily to do so against
the minorities and its leadership.
The answer may
be ‘Yes’ as it was also predicted and said by the prominent
journalist Prabhu Chawla openly that the government of PM Manmohan
Singh shall complete its full term without any problem.
Congress should not seek the support of BJP to pass the Bill, if, it
was really in favour of getting through the Bill? The strategically
Congress and BJP are united though not publicly and the minorities
and their leadership will be at the receiving end.
Women's Reservation Bill is very likely to be passed tomorrow. PM
Dr. Manmohan Singh and Sonia Gandhi were well prepared stratigically
for the purpose having hands in glove with BJP.
leadership of the minorities shall be isolated and pitched against
Women for not supporting the
Women's Reservation Bill for ever.
Was the Bill
tabled in Rajya Sabha only to expose the leadership of minorities
who openly admit rather confess that they have no qualified women in
their parties to contest MPs election?
Thus the minorities leadership, intentionally and deliberately,
opposing the Bill and do not want to lose their male seats in Lok
Sabha. The situation is also not likely to change in future in their
case. So, they will never support
Women's Reservation Bill.
As already said,
major right-wing party
always ready and willing to isolate the leadership of minorities to
teach them a lesson as the prominent journalist Prabhu Chawla also
suggested the same to Congress and BJP. But, Congress is double
minded under the garb of secularism and do not like to expose the
cultural cover so openly against the minorities and their
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