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Narendra Modi is building a new India

Prime Minister Narendra Modi says in his speeches, ‘In the third term of the government, the foundation of India of the next thousand years will be laid… 22 January 2024 is not just a date on the calendar, it is the beginning of a new cycle… We We have to expand our consciousness from God to country, from Ram to nation… This is India’s time, and India is moving forward. Modi is an enigma wrapped in mystery and history. Like those of the Greek mystics, his statements can have many interpretations and serve many purposes. It is the habit of politicians to tell about their plans for the next five years at the time of elections. Those speeches full of adjectives describe fulfilled promises and new promises. But Modi is a political exception. His charisma and subtle clarity envision India’s shining destiny not for a decade or a century, but for a thousand years. In his recent speech in Parliament, he claimed that he is heading towards his third term and is going to take such policy initiatives which will be appreciated for ages. He said that Lord Ram has not only come to his home, but has come to a grand temple, which will give energy to India’s dignified cultural traditions for the next thousand years. In this hundred-minute long speech, he again put forward the analysis of his vision expressed on January 22 in Ayodhya. Three days later, the government held a one-day special session, in which the saga of the construction of Ram Temple was recorded forever. The purpose of repeated mention of Ram and Indian culture is to mobilize the majority behind the ideology of Hindutva with the promise of a developed India.

But why mention the thousand years? Many experts do not understand Modi’s strong philosophical politics because the Prime Minister is always unpredictable. An analysis of his functioning over two decades as Chief Minister and Prime Minister clearly shows that he follows a particular narrative, with achievements like the Statue of Unity and Ram Mandir and initiatives like ‘Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas’, ‘Vocal for Local’ etc. Crafting compelling slogans. They are building a new India that will always exist. The measures that Modi can take for cultural, political, religious and economic renaissance in the next term are both comprehensive and definite. If Modi gets two-thirds majority in both houses of Parliament, he will try to remove Nehruvian and Congress influence from the Constitution. The introduction is likely to be rewritten. Such amendments can be expected, through which the Center will be given more power than the states. A hint has already been given by distributing the original copy of the Constitution among the MPs on the occasion of the inauguration of the new Parliament building. The opposition protested against the absence of the words ‘secular’ and ‘socialist’ in the preface of this copy. These words were added by Indira Gandhi during the Emergency. Secularism has lost its credibility and desirability. Modi can remove these and include a nationalist definition of India. Perhaps the word India should also be removed.

BJP has always been upset about the plight of ancient Hindu monuments and symbols. School students are able to acquire very little information about the pre-Mughal period of India because it is taught only in colleges. More than a thousand temples and shrines are either in poor condition or not properly connected. For the first time after becoming Prime Minister, Modi is visiting Ram temples in South India. Active political Hinduism is absent in the South, while there are a much larger number of deities and temples than in the North. The Culture Ministry has allocated funds for the repair of Hindu temples. It is possible that Modi may legally hand over the administration of temples from local governments to trusts established by the central government, as has happened in Ayodhya. The BJP leadership is upset with the voluntary organizations receiving funds from foreign countries, which spend a lot on the restoration of Islamic monuments instead of Hindu monuments. BJP ruled states will be asked to change the names of those cities which have English or Islamic names. Party leaders are also taking this issue to the courts. The Supreme Court has rejected one such petition, but the process of changing the name continues. The Constitution has given immense power to the Center to make laws. BJP has been opposing giving civil rights to infiltrators from Bangladesh and Pakistan. The party has been demanding a uniform civil code for the entire country. Such a law has been brought in BJP ruled Uttarakhand. In the next five years, all BJP ruled states will adopt such laws, in which the rules of marriage will be the same. The Muslim community has special rights in this matter. The government will try to implement the Citizenship Amendment Act and a National Register will be created, through which foreigners can be removed from the voter list.

Modi will implement his favorite idea of ​​holding simultaneous elections for Lok Sabha and Legislative Assemblies. BJP feels that it can win elections in the states only in the name of Modi. According to the Constitution, the Center can dissolve any assembly. Governors will be given more powers so that they can legitimately influence the decisions of state governments. The driving principle behind these efforts of Modi is to ensure that the country becomes a truly Hindu nation, where people of all religions have equal rights, but no one gets extra privileges. Modi wishes that history should see India as the nation he created and the Modi era as the new golden age of India, where the signs and symbols of centuries of Islamic and British rule will disappear in the fog of time. ‘If Modi is there then it is possible’ will be the war cry of change. Modi is reinventing the glory of the past to free India’s mind from the shadow of colonialism – a journey from a thousand years of exploitation to ten centuries of Ram Rajya, where high technology and big economy will be the keys to India’s future. Are.

(These are the personal views of the author.)

Harshita

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