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Upananda Brahmachari | HENB | Dhanbad | Jan 29, 2017:: In Lucknow, Bharatiya Janata Party president Amit Shah released the election manifesto or “Lok Kalyan Sankalp Patra” for Uttar Pradesh assembly election on Saturday with senior BJP leaders from the State, including Keshav Prasad Maurya, Yogi Adityanath, Kalraj Mishra, Manoj Sinha and others. Presenting the same to the public, Sri Shah said, “Politics of nepotism and caste will be delivered a death sentence. It will be start of the politics of performance.”
This ‘politics of performance’ obviously tried to base on a Hindu proximity as viable in the core of so called ‘cow belt’ in the soil of UP. For a getting a good dividend, the party showed no miserliness to remind the Hindu public demands and their choice for Ayodhya Ram Temple, Cow Slaughter, Attacks on Hindus and so on.
Though there is no time frame to ‘do it now or never’, the manifesto touched upon contentious issues such as the alleged attack on Hindus by Muslims and alleged exodus of Hindus resulting demographic change, cow slaughter and banning illegal abattoirs, triple talaq and Muslim appeasements and most highlighted construction of Ram Janmabhoomi Mandir at Ayodhya.
To regain its ruling power in UP, BJP tried something for everyone in its election manifesto by affirming party’s core Hindutva ideology while balancing it with development and welfare schemes, including freebies like laptops, internet and LPG connection, and promises strong action against crime, corruption and land mafia with an aspiration for reaching out to farmers, landless labourers, women, youth and the vulnerables dwindled in the conflict of caste and creed .
Politicization of Hindutva issues in UP election
Since June 2015, a seven-time MLA and minister in Uttar Pradesh governments under both BJP and the Congress, Hukum Singh claimed months ago on that bad law and order and communal situation was causing Hindus to migrate from Kairana, adjoining Muzaffarnagar, the party has now vowed in the manifesto to constitute a “special department in the police and appoint a deputy collector in every district, especially in western UP, to prevent migration due to communal tension.”
“Due to communal tension, villages were emptied and U.P.”s demography changed…” Mr. Shah further said. “If a government follows politics of appeasement for vote banks, it cannot give justice to all citizens,” he said while claiming that once his party comes to power FIRs would be lodged within 24 hours of a person filing a complaint, without any bias.
On the Ram Mandir construction in Ayodhya, BJP reiterated its stand, saying it “will explore all possibilities within the purview of the Constitution to construct a Ram Mandir in Ayodhya.” The party also referred to triple talaq, saying once in power in the State, it would push the case against it in the Supreme Court based on the “opinion” of Muslim women.
Promising ban on cow slaughter in general and stop all illegal abattoirs in UP, the manifesto stressed on preservation of cows and promotion of dairy industries.
Politicization of Hindutva issues by BJP in election engineering over the years are now stalled sufficiently in this UP assembly election. Now its is the time for BJP to keep promise or perish.
Future of BJP beyond 2019 based on result of 2017 in UP
This UP assembly election is most important for BJP to keep its promises within 2018 or to perish beyond 2019.
It is the truth that BJP reached the central power to run Govt in May 2014 on its Hindutva base. Hindu public voted overwhelmingly Narendra Modi to be the Prime Minister of India as a Hindu Lion not as a Lieutenant of demonetization, development etc.
Hindu public of Bharat can bear all the troubles for development and demonetization, but they will not bear any contradiction or betrayal from any quarters in the name of Ram Temple, Cow Slaughter Ban, home grown Jihadi attacks or from Pakistan, Christian conversion conspiracy or the political or police persecution on Hindus whether in UP or any part of the country.
Hindus want to see 100% implementation of the promises in its National Manifesto of 2014 as well as its manifesto for UP Election 2017.
BJP should apprehend the upcoming Hindu retaliation if their promises are not fulfilled.
Future of BJP beyond 2019 is definitely based on result of 2017 in UP and hermetical implementation of its promises without any political duplicity.
For its survival, BJP must win Uttar Pradesh Assembly election 2017 and keep its promises truthfully remembering, ” रघुकुल रीत सदा चली आई प्राण जाए पर वचन न जाई – raghukula rīta sadā calī āī, prāṇa jāe para vacana na jāī” (The legacy of ‘Raghukul’ i.e. the ancestry of Lord Rama is that words must be kept in all events even at the cost of life).