Read the ‘Editorial and Strategy’ editorial (June 6). Let us once again set aside the philosophical truth of Lord Buddha that ‘this world is not a mound of objects but a stream of events’. The nuances of the scientific theory of the ‘butterfly effect’ can be put aside at once. But how is it possible to ignore the fact that all the material things in this world, then nations, are related to each other and that they have more or less the same effect on each other and that everyone needs each other. Other? The editorial conveys this fact to the so-called nationalists through numerous contextual examples.
In the wake of the nationalist rhetoric of his foreign minister, the global spirit expressed by Pandit Nehru since 1926 cannot be forgotten. Nehru, while acknowledging the inevitability of the Allied policy at the time, maintained a global consciousness in foreign policy. In today’s increasing age of globalization, the narrow-mindedness of ‘ours’ can be seen for a moment as a shining example of our patriotism, but the idea of implementing it as a foreign policy is a sign of immaturity.
For the year 2021-22, the country will spend Rs. It has a trade deficit of 14,930.92 billion ($ 192.24 billion). In a country that imports more than 85 percent of its energy, it is practically impossible for a country to implement its ‘ours’ policy. This is even more evident from the situation created by the extreme (?) Statements of Nupur Sharma and Naveen Kumar Jindal. There is no doubt, therefore, that extremist nationalists who advocate ‘our’ policy will have to face the reality of interdependence, harmony and sympathy.
– h. Come on. Sarang, Latur
Jaishankar is done softening up so far!
I (June 6) read the headline ‘Dhadadi and Dhoran’. Even today, India seems to be playing a softer role after the developed countries have spoken out. For the first time, Indian Foreign Minister Subramaniam Jaishankar has spoken out strongly against pressure from big countries. The problem of developed countries has been this global problem for many years. It is in the context of these issues that certain rules and regulations apply to the whole world. Where there are no such problems, developing countries suffer unnecessarily. As a part of the world and as an independent nation we have the right to raise our grievances on the international stage. At that time, a country is expected to think independently and comprehensively without coming to its aid. On the other hand, US Secretary of State Anthony Bilken’s claim that a government that promotes a particular religion has done injustice to minorities in India is baseless, and his statement is creating an unrealistic religious rift in the country. It is also true that the progress of the country is crippled by the crutches of a few leaders.
– Srikanth Shankarrao Ingle, Pune
How important is aggression to realize reality
Read the ‘Editorial and Strategy’ editorial (June 6). In fact these days everything is happening because of bold speech. Many statements like Self-Sufficiency India, Digital India, Corruption-Free India, despite the boldness of the proclamations, seem to have a procedural flaw in the walls. Boldly speaking it may slow down for a while but its lack of policy and action will underline its futility in a few days. Government must be courageous, but in doing so, it is important to know the reality, where and how to express it, and to implement it through policy and action. Looking at the central or state government from a realistic perspective is in the interest of the society and ultimately the country.
– Rahul Prakash Swamy, Akkalkot (Solapur)
Sharma, Will Jindal be honored??
The BJP is anticipating the statements of Nupur Sharma and Naveen Jindal. The anti-Muslim sentiments of these party leaders will not change at all. The BJP strongly believes that it is necessary for votes. Former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee is strongly opposed to this ideology and policy. Leaders and activists with their ideology were severely sidelined. After Foreign Minister Jaishankar replied to the US Secretary of State, Sharma was suspended from the BJP and Jindal was removed. It has been eight days since the feud between the two erupted. No FIR has been registered against him so far. Disha Ravi, an environmental activist from Bangalore, has been jailed on treason charges for distributing tool kits to farmers. The anti-Muslim rhetoric of Sharma and Jindal has hurt Indians and nationals abroad. Will the government honor them with the award?
– Jaiprakash Narker, Rajapur (Ratnagiri)
Scholars care about everyone, Someone to the farmer?
Several political parties in Maharashtra have expressed concern over attacks on Kashmiri Pandits in the last few days. Are all the problems in Maharashtra over? Kharif has arrived, farmers are being thrown out for soybean seeds just like every year, there is a shortage of fertilizer, traders are robbing farmers, forcing seeds from private companies, they have no sympathy. We are careful not to take action against Kashmiri Pandits. If Hindus care so much, are not most of these farmers Hindus? Looking after Kashmiri Pandits or going to Ayodhya is not the solution to the problem. Finally one has to go to the farmers to ask for votes, not to the Kashmiri Pandits.
– Nilakantha Prakash Rao Lande, Castor oil (Latur)
The advertising company did not anticipate the results?
The news item (June 5) reads ‘YouTube, Twitter ordered to remove objectionable ad’. The statement, based on a group of boys pointing fingers at a girl in the sense of mass rape, shows that even in the 22nd century, the Indian market still considers rape as an object. People enjoy jokes about rape. There are many incidents in the mythology like Draupadi undressing. This is exactly what happened to Jayalalithaa in the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly in the history of Indian Parliament. In a society where mass rape of a woman is used as a joke to sell body spray, many people enjoy it even though it is illegal and punishable. This company and its advertising company probably have the final hint. They may have done so deliberately to bring the brand to light.
– Tushar Ashok Rahatgankar, Dombivli
BJP needs to improve its image first!
I read Mahesh Saralashkar’s article ‘Kejriwal’s ambitious war’ (June 6). After the recent Punjab Assembly and West Bengal Assembly elections, the Himachal Pradesh and Gujarat elections have become more ambitious for the BJP as the BJP has been strategizing to keep the states of Himachal Pradesh and Gujarat from collapsing. As part of the same strategy, the entire action against Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Jain should be seen. It does not matter if it is a BJP conspiracy.
The BJP is trying to tarnish the image of Sasi Mira and the people involved in any challenge. However, the Punjab elections are proof that damaging Kejriwal’s reputation is not as easy as one might think. Now voters feel that the Aam Aadmi Party is closer to them than the Congress and the BJP, believing that the rest are on the same floor. If not
Delhi voters will not give power to this party three times in a row. If you look at the last two-three years of Narendra Modi’s rule .. Voters were stunned by inflation and rising fuel prices. That is why the BJP should be ours first instead of defaming others
Improve the picture!
– Aniruddha Ganesh Barve, Welfare