For the last two months, the dynasty cronies and the left-liberals are having a heyday. They successfully manufactured the ‘intolerance’ narrative to trouble the Central Government headed by Mr. Narendra Modi, and even managed to cause some damage to India’s reputation as one of the very few islands of stability and prosperity.
All the right thinking people, who are concerned about the future of the country, were worried a lot and silently bore this atrocious piece of propaganda unleashed by the people, who were bent on painting India intolerant just to fulfill their narrow political ends. Slowly but steadily some sane voices started emerging and the foremost among them is the newly appointed Chief Justice of India, T. S. Thakur. During an informal interaction with the media, the CJI had stated that…
There is politics in the religious intolerance debate. But I am not a politician. As part of the judicial institution, I want to remind you that this country has a history of becoming a home to those who have fled their own countries fearing religious persecution.
The CJI’s remarks are a slap in the face of all the dynasty cronies and the left-liberals, who completely ignore the pernicious and apocalyptic Islamic terror, and keep on harping on the nonexistent intolerance in India. Now, it is slowly dawning on the people of the country as to why they brought up the intolerance narrative. Their main intention behind raising the intolerance bogey is to defeat the nationalist forces in the elections, defame India internationally and bring the dynasty back to power.Amidst the ceaseless 'intolerance' rant, a sane voice. Click To Tweet
It is high time the people of the country remained alert to the pernicious propaganda of the left-liberal mafia, and make every effort to defeat their evil designs. Otherwise, a country of one billion people will suffer irreparable damage to its reputation as being the most tolerant democracy which allows its minorities to have their own personal laws, start and run their own institutions and enjoy many other special privileges like subsidized pilgrimages.