Bharatiya Jungleraj Party
56 inches is a term that is often bandied about by the public relations machinery of the BJP when it comes to describing the Prime Minister of India. It is a term used to showcase the strength of the man. Yet what has transpired in 3 years shows that if indeed his chest was 56 inches, it was more air than hardened muscle. Every new ceasefire violation, every death of our jawan, every death of an innocent civilian deflates that chest further.
Since he assumed office, there have been more than 1300 ceasefire violations in Jammu and Kashmir and more than 170 separate terrorist attacks. The Prime Minister has the time to express himself on a variety of issues, but is remarkably silent when it comes to National Security. Ever since Shri Manohar Parrikar chose to shun the Defence Ministry for the Goa Government, India has not had a full time Defence Minister. National Security is a full time concern, and can’t be handled on a part time basis.
If we look from Gujarat to Arunachal Pradesh and Kashmir, Gunda Raj has spread all across the country. BJP should now stand for Bharatiya Jungleraj Party. The reason for discontent across India is that the BJP doesn’t allow our officials to carry out their duties and ensure law and order is maintained. Be it in the tragic rape and death of Delta Meghwal or the assault on Dalits in Andhra Pradesh, the BJP has ensured that there are no investigations. BJP leaders in Rajasthan assaulted the police at the station house, confident that they would get away with it.
This is the story across the length and breadth of India, wherever the BJP is in charge of the police and providing peace and security.