In this hour, let's be with families of murdered BJP-RSS workers

21th May 2019

21th May 2019

An ode to slain RSS-BJP workers

Twitter is a great community for it affords you a 360-degree perception. In the wake of Exit Polls and unanimity on Modi’s return, NewsBred has shortlisted a few tweets which are great ones for readers to revel and reflect upon.  There have been so many hues and shades to 2019 General Elections that a bird’s eye view is hugely rewarding.

It indeed is a joy to read that the first thoughts of NDA and those who stood by it should be with the murdered BJP/RSS karyakartas in the state of Bengal, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Jammu and Kashmir.  A public remembrance by BJP, followed by donations to their families, is in fitness of things.

 

 

 

While on Bengal, it must be said that Hindus of the state showed great courage in standing up to the repression of TMC and its’ head, Mamata Banerjee.  But for the Bengali Hindus support, the surge of BJP wouldn’t have been possible.

And if Left is to get no seat in West Bengal? Wouldn’t it be a seminal moment in independent India? 

Similarly, there was much noise about the Dalit-Yadav combination and the hope that Samajwadi Party (SP)-Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) combine would puncture BJP’s hopes in this election.  But if Exit Polls are to be believed, the Yadavs votes haven’t been transferred to BSP; and the Dalits haven’t gone to SP.

What if Rahul Gandhi has lost Amethi?

How much role Sabrimala has played in flaring up the Hindu anger?

Wouldn’t 350 seats would give NDA enough power to make amendments in the Constitution long sought by the people of this country?

Isn’t it also a vindication of notebandi (demonetization)? Hasn’t the bait of Nyay been rejected?

We have curious case of Kejriwal (0) and Chandrababu Naidu (4) with only around four seats between them deciding who would be India’s next Prime Minister?

Why no credit to Omar Abdullah (NC) and Mehbooba Mufti (PDP) too who with their separatist comments stoked the anger of rest of India?

If Kamal Haasan has his nose drubbed in dirt, wouldn’t it tell us a thing or two about the kind of wind blowing in Tamil Nadu, not always hospitable to Hindu ethos?

And finally, hasn’t the chowkidar nabbed the chor?

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