Published On: Thu, Jul 20th, 2017

BJP tactically distances itself from extreme rightists’ activities

Distancing itself from the activities of the extreme rightists, the Bharatiya Janata Party has highlighted its development agenda in the Rajya Sabha. Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi has, while speaking in the Rajya Sabha, asserted that the disappointing and unacceptable incidents such as the atrocities against the Dalits and Minorities are the part of the conspiracy hatched to divert the attention from the party’s development agenda. Anyway, notably, in his statement in the parliament, the minister has not mentioned who is behind the conspiracy and what exactly they are gaining from executing such contemptuous things. In the house, the BJP led central government has been criticised by the opposition parties, saying it has failed to bring any concrete measures to bring the situation under control. Meanwhile, the government has tactically retorted the argument, saying the Law and Order is a state subject. Unexpectedly, Congress Lawmaker Digvijaya Singh has asked the government does it has any plan to amend the IPC and Cr.PC to contain the criminal activities in the name of faith. Indicating that the existing laws are capable of addressing such crimes, the Minister of State for Home Affairs Hansraj Ahir has asserted that there is no need to make such amendments. Do you think the right wing party which is ruling the country is not responsible to the rising incidences of the atrocities against the Dalits and Minorities? Is there a conspiracy behind it?

Vignesh

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BJP tactically distances itself from extreme rightists’ activities