Foil BJP’s Plans to Bulldoze India For Another Forty Years

The derogatory remarks made by then BJP national spokesperson Nupur Sharma against Prophet Muhammad seem not just to have triggered a global storm of protests but also what increasingly looks like a murky multi-layered plot in India. The refusal of the Modi government to act against Nupur Sharma in accordance with the law of the land and the attempt to dismiss her remarks as stray comments made by a ‘fringe element’ predictably generated considerable public anger and in many places across India, Muslims protested in large numbers.

Judicial Attacks Against Massacre Victims And Human Rights Defenders

In a democracy, the judiciary is meant to be independent from the executive; and citizens are meant to have the right to appeal to courts for action against the government, police/armed forces, and bureaucracy. The courts bear the responsibility of protecting the liberties and rights of the individual citizen from the overreaching might of the state. If the judiciary begins to obey the political executive (i.e the government), and even to then democracy is on its deathbed.

Eight Years Of Modi Raj: Youth Betrayed

The promise of jobs was one of the main planks of Narendra Modi’s 2014 campaign. But since then, far from creating jobs, his regime has destroyed jobs and created the worst unemployment crisis in India in the past half century. He responded to this by attempting to spin “selling pakoras” (street-vending, which is essentially disguised unemployment and in any case such work has never needed Prime Ministerial leadership to exist) as job creation.

Against Repression on Protesters

Sena Bharti Jawan Morcha Convener Raju Yadav, RYA National President and Agiaon MLA Manoj Manzil, AISA General Secretary and Paliganj MLA Sandeep Saurabh, RYA State Honorary President and Dumraon MLA Ajit Kushwaha, RYA State President Aftab Alam, State Secretary Shiv Prakash Ranjan, AISA State Secretary Sabir Kumar and State President Vikas Yadav jointly called for a statewide March of Anger on 20 June 2022 against the Agnipath scheme and the repression unleashed on protesters during Bihar Bandh.