What’s wrong with having a playground to end their dog ritual while the authorities enjoy the courtyard of the universe? On the contrary, when the Amrita festival is celebrated in the country, we should be happy about how ‘decorated’ our four pillars are. As the officers who enter with the slogan ‘Who will save me’ rise up, their balloon breaks the connection with Gravity.
It is impossible for their words to come to the attention of the common people. Where does all this come from? Those poor must use their intelligence to survive in the competition of dignity. There are certain etiquettes about who should talk about millions, who should show millions of planes, where on earth should express love and follow them. Obstacles are not tolerated at all.
P. L. Deshpande says in ‘Kashayadanat’ in ‘Teen Paishacha Tamasha’ that ‘Kasai Rahot is satisfied, he becomes rich, he becomes rich, he gets more power, he always gets power’. In it he finally says. ‘Kill our Bali arrogance and kick us, you have to get one too, here everything is forgotten, it’s a coin in our game,’ the same commoner told the ‘Rule’ to a Delhi official. In the wrong direction in 2000. The talented writer Arun Sadhu’s story ‘Glanirbhavati Bharat’ provides a sharp description of how an official shows strong ‘government’ jerk. Now it is 2022. The officer must move forward accordingly. How can someone hurt their feelings by asking any questions? Those who do not know how to cope with the untouchability of an honest officer anywhere will forget to say something.
Meaning- Do something special to show the good condition of the officials and royal people, let it be done. The general public should not bring any obstacles in such tasks, this is their comfort.
– Atul Devalgavkar, Latur
Retirement benefits go away.
It is not new that a high-ranking official in Delhi is holding the common people hostage. The Constitution empowers rulers and senior bureaucrats to wield power for the wider public interest and for national interests, but the practice of abusing power and authority instead of exercising it is becoming more common. In this context, a very correct comment was made from the editorial ‘Dog and Inactive’ (May 27). The abuse of power by all-party rulers is what happened yesterday and continues today. In his job the rulers would arrange for the retirement of the officers of their choice after he had acted at the whim of the rulers and retired. Now that rumors are circulating, the Delhi secretary has been transferred to Ladakh, nothing more. It seems surprising that the present rulers, who were cracking down on the former ascetic rulers, are also following the same pattern. The claims that a new India will be created are always false. Nowadays the rulers want a private special officer at will. What good is a web site if it simply “blends in” with everything else out there? The former chief justice of the country himself could not resist the temptation to become an MP.
An officer in the ED service contested an election from a political party and retired voluntarily. What are the instructions? No job can be done for two years after retirement, this rule is only on paper. Our political parties and senior bureaucrats have a good understanding of how to enforce and violate laws. We ourselves are the owners of the people, this attitude and practice is ingrained in the minds of today’s politicians and senior bureaucrats and it is dangerous to the country and society. Selfishness is rampant in the name of democracy.
– Anant Borse, Shahapur, Thane
Savarkar also shared jinn in the split
Read Ravindra Sathe’s article ‘Savarkar Nationalism’ (May 27). It is an attempt to glorify Savarkar by combining truth and half-truth. “In a Hindutva regime, all religious minorities can live in a state of fearlessness,” Savarkar wrote in his literature. It would have been nice if Savarkar had made this clear in any book. Because after reading his book ‘Soneri Pane’ he did not feel that way about religious minorities. In the same book, the discussion about Kalyan and Shivaji Maharaj’s cousins tells a lot about them. No civilized society would agree with his views on the Muslim community, especially women, expressed in this book. Savarkar It is true that all Indians deny that secularism is in keeping with Indian culture.
It is generally accepted that racism is the cause of division. However, there are differences of opinion as to who first proposed this theory. There is a lot of speculation as to whether religion should be the standard for determining nationality. At that time Nehru, Gandhi and the Congress were strongly opposed to the rubbing of religion. But the Muslim League and the Hindu Mahasabha insisted on imposing the standards of religion. They joined hands to defeat the Congress as their opposition to the Congress was strong. Established joint governments in the border states of Bengal, Sindh and the northwest. The coalition government in Sindh has passed a resolution in support of the formation of Pakistan.
Savarkar in his book ‘Hindu Rashtradarshan’ has given a clear role in this regard. There is no dispute over Jinnah’s role in racism. In fact there have been Hindu and Muslim countries in this country for a long time. This land will be ruled by those who own this ancestral land. Other religions, except Sikhs, Jains and Buddhists, have no place with Hindus, ‘he said. On the other hand, Golwalkar clearly warned Muslims after leaving the country, ‘Muslims should live in India with the sweet will of Hindus’.
Give Muslims a separate country, which is the role of Jinnah, but cannot give Muslims a separate country. He should remain in India, but the authority of the country should be with the Hindus and, as Golwalkar says, Muslims should live according to the will of the Hindus, which is Savarkar’s role. This role was not accepted by any society. So it must be admitted that Savarkar, Golwalkar and pro-Hindu activists were equally involved in the partition of the country.
– Girish Norvekar, Mumbai
Arbitrary views on Muslims
I read a letter (May 27) entitled ‘Unity is a Dream’. The ‘Golwalkar-Savarkari’ trend has a clear impact on the Indian Muslim community by giving evidence in Muslim scriptures such as the Qur’an. This setting is often accepted blindly due to the ‘caution’ not to have daily contact or affiliation with the Muslim community. In fact, no one reads the scriptures and behaves accordingly. Does today’s Hindu society read Manusmriti and live according to it? Therefore, the conclusion that the Muslim community in India is never ready for dialogue and cooperation with Hindus is in stark contrast to the fact that the use of Muslim texts as evidence. Journalist / author Ghazala Wahab’s recently published book ‘Born a Muslim, Some Truths About Islam’ is an eyewitness account of the bitter experience faced by Muslims trying to establish good relations with the Hindu community due to the recent religious climate.
Many writers have shown how Islam in India is different from Islam in the world, and how tolerant and liberal Hindu culture can have a great impact (hence the Sufi branch is rooted here). It created a culture of mutual cooperation and dialogue. It is symbolized by Hindus under the rule of Muslim kings and Muslims under the armies of Hindu kings. Proof of this is the playing of Ustad Bismillah Khan Sanai in the temple of Kashi Vishweshwara! This dialog can be recreated. But politicizing religion in both societies is one of the biggest obstacles. They date back to pre-independence. The letter expressed arbitrary views on Mahatma Gandhi based on the favorable and chosen context. In fact, their simple and logical intersection material is available.
– Anil Musle, Thane