The Modi Hypocrisy


Mr. Narendra Modi, the current Prime Minister of India or better introduced as NaMo, the iconic ideal of the nation has a large number of fans in and around the world. But here, I am not one of those fans of Mr. Modi. I respect him as the prime minister of India but unlike people around me, I don’t enchant his name all the time.

If I were given a chance to interview Mr. Modi, then the following would’ve been my questions to him which would disclose his hypocrisy to the nation and to the entire world.

Q. Mr. Modi, don’t you think it was your moral obligation to apologize  for the 2002 Gujarat riots?

He didn’t apologize for the riots that took place in 2002 in Gujarat when he was the Chief Minister of the State. Although, he was given clean chit by the supreme court but he should have apologised for not being able to control the situation during his term. I’ll explain this using a simple analogy.
Example:- In a school, if students fight and beat each other in the presence of their class teacher, then the principal scolds the class teacher for not being able to control the situation.
So, in the same way, why didn’t your ideal Mr. Modi apologize for the same. Though the Supreme Court has given him a clean chit with respect to the 2002 Gujarat riots but certain evidences still stand against him. Moreover, if the judge of the supreme court is my friend, who the hell can stop me from taking a clean chit from the judiciary.

Q. Mr. Modi, why do you choose to remain silent when important communal and social issues are being discussed in the nation?

Why doesn’t Modi speak on issues of Sakshi maharaj 4 children scheme or haraamzade speech or conversion issues? He is just like ex- PM Manmohan Singh who didn’t speak. Media said Sonia doesn’t allow him to speak but who isn’t allowing Modi to speak?
Modi is such a hypocrite. On one hand, he starts swachh Bharat abhiyan in the name of Gandhiji. But on the other hand, he doesn’t speak against the RSS plan of building Godsey temple. And a bigger hypocrite is Kiran Bedi who has joined a party which she earlier criticised. I agree that she is an opportunist but why did she join the ‘chor’ , perhaps to become a chor ?

Q. Mr. Modi, if yours is such a clean party, then why don’t you disclose your party’s fundings?

BJP issues a new advertisement every week on radio, television and other social media which requires a large amount of money. Where does that money come from? We know the answer. Big businessmen, corporate houses and the elite business class. To whom BJP returns a favour by saving them from the judiciary whenever they’re caught in a scam. ( because the judicial system is Modi’s friend).
Q. Why do you want your people in every sphere, whether it be censor board or Legislation?

Leela Sampson resigned from the censor board due to political pressure on release of BJP Supporter Dera sachcha sauda’s film. Moreover, recently BJP has appointed their party member Mr. Gajendra Chauhan as the new chairman of Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) which has kicked up a controversy.Recent appointments by the Information and Broadcasting Ministry has come under a lot of criticism. Many are of the belief that the BJP government is rewarding those who campaigned for BJP. Recently, the government appointed Mukesh Khanna, who played Bhishma in Mahabharata and later, Shaktimaan, as the head of Children’s Film Society. Khanna too had campaigned for the BJP, and was caught on camera calling Modi, “the Shaktimaan in Gujarat.”
The I&B ministry also appointed Malayalam actor and BJP supporter Suresh Gopi as the chairman of NFDC, in another controversial decision.

I think these questions are enough to make Mr. Modi’s hypocrisy visible to all. So, please fellow Indians, let’s stop enchanting the name of a hypocrite blindly. Let’s together use our discretion to decide the faith of our beloved nation.


25 thoughts on “The Modi Hypocrisy

  1. I’m so glad who understand this all things and has guts to put this out in words. I live in Gujarat and I’m surrounded by his followers who go crazy praising him.
    I still remember those days of riot, I was in primary school and those were the scariest days ever. We were in Gandhinagar that year, and in the next sector from our place was the whole society of people, they were all killed one night, and you can here the sirens and everything. It was terrifying.
    I shouldn’t put this here may be.
    This things doesn’t just happen. There are people who should be held accountable for and aren’t. It’s just not right.

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    A recent photograph of some Hindu Protesters demanding a ban on non-vegetarian food made me sit and take notice on vedaas. I believe that these protesters are ignorant of what their religion preaches.They are simply going against their own religious scriptures.


    chapter 5 verse30

    :”It is not sinful to eat meat of eatable animals,for God has created both the eaters and the eatables”.

    👉Aapastanba Grishsutram(1/3/10):
    says,”The cow should be slaughtered on the arrival of a guest, on the occasion of ‘Shraaddha of ancestors and on the occasion of a marriage”.

    👉Rigveda (10/85/13):declares “On the occasion of a girls marriage oxen and cows are slaughtered”.

    👉Rigveda (6/17/1) : states that, “Indra used to eat the meat of cow, calf, horse and buffalo”.

    👉Vashishta Dharmasutra (11/34):says,If a Brahmin refuses to eat the meat offered to him on the occasion of ,’Shraaddha’ he goes to hell”.

    👉Hinduisms great propagator Swami Vivekaanand said thus: “You will be surprised to know that according to ancient Hindu rite and rituals, a man cannot be a good Hindu who does not eat beef “.
    (The complete works of Swami Vivekanand vol :3/5/36)

    “The book The history and culture of the indian people” published by Bharatiya vidya bhawan,bombay and edited by renowned historian R C Majumdar (vol 2 ,page 18 says)This is said in the mahabharata that “king Ratinder used to kill 2000 other animals in addition to 2000 cows daily in order to give their meat in charity”.

    Aadi shankaraachaarya commentary on Brahadaranyako panishad 6/4/18 says:’Odaan’ rice mixed with meat is called ‘maansodan’ on being asked whose meat it should be, he answers ‘Uksha’ is used for an ox, which is capable to produce semen.

    👉Dear brothers and sisters what should we follow?????

    Religious books or communals policy..?

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