‘Hindu Nationalism In India’ In Conflict With ‘China Nationalism’: Isn’t? - BY: Balbir Singh Sooch

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A. Absolute Power Lies with Modi By Snadeep Joshi via Balbir Singh: “PM MODI MAY BE SEEN EVERYWHERE HEREAFTER OR MORE INDEPENDENT AND POWERFUL IN THE LIGHT OF THE EDITORIAL: Institutional Equilibrium Weakens: A dangerous arrogance of power sets in -Opinion: A positive observation by Balbir Singh Sooch-Sikh Vichar Manch: Posted date: July 17, 2017.

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"COMMENT: RSS OATH and CONSTITUTIONAL OATH?

B. Indian Democratic-secular Republic stands at a crossroad with the election of Ramnath Kovind as President of India. As a senior RSS cadre he is committed to fulfill the following RSS OATH:

“Before the all-powerful God and my ancestors, I most solemnly take this oath, that I become a member of the RSS in order to achieve all round greatness of Bharatvarsha by fostering the growth of my sacred Hindu religion, Hindu society, and Hindu culture.

I shall perform the work of the Sangh honestly, disinterestedly, with my heart and soul, and I shall adhere to this goal all my life. Bharat Mata Ki Jai.”

VERSUS

But as a President of India, HIS HIGHNESS would be taking the following constitutional OATH:

"I, Ramnath Kovind, do swear in the name of God that I will faithfully execute the office of President of the Republic of India, and will to the best of my ability preserve, protect and defend the Constitution and the law, and that I will devote myself to the service and well-being of the people of Republic of India."

The choice is between fostering the growth of only Hindu religion/ society/culture and preserve/protect/defend the democratic-secular Constitution of India. The Nation and the world would be anxiously watching which OATH HIS HIGHNESS prioritizes". Courtesy by: THE TRIBUNE, CHANDIGARH

C. Is PM MODI Now Copying ‘China Nationalism’ To Establish ‘Hindu Nationalism’ In India?

D. The ‘Hindu Nationalism’ Leading To Death Of Democracy In India! Isn’t?

E. Mamata Banerjee's New Attack On BJP: A 'Quit India Movement' "We will oust BJP from India. It is our challenge," Mamata Banerjee said at the Trinamool Congress Martyrs' Day rally. All India | Reported by Monideepa Banerjie, Edited by Raija Susan Panicker | Updated: July 21, 2017 20:24 IST:NDTV



F. KOLKATA: HIGHLIGHTS: Mamata Banerjee at a rally in Kolkata announced the "BJP Bharat Chhoro" movement."We will oust BJP from India": Mamata Banerjee at rally in Kolkata. Ms Banerjee has pitched her anti-BJP campaign as a freedom struggle; Trinamool will launch campaign next month with "BJP Bharat Chhoro" slogan.

Highlights: Hindu Nationalism:

1. The ‘Hindu Nationalism’ Leading To Death Of Democracy In India! Isn’t?

2. Is ‘Hindu Nationalism’ Not Another Name Of PM MODI after CM MODI now? If answer is ‘YES’ then why can it be said so? If answer is ‘NO’ then how could it be justified?

3. Are The Lawmakers Polled For Ram Nath Kovind Not Only For ‘Hindu Nationalism’?

4. Will Dalit President in Ram Nath Kovind rise above the pulls and pressures of the political class (Hindu Nationalism) and emerge as a true Head of State?

5. Was the statement, “New Delhi has expressed concern over road building, apprehending that it may allow Chinese troops to cut India's access to its northeastern states” not in conflict with ‘China Nationalism’?

6. Again was the message, “India has conveyed to the Chinese government that the road construction would represent a significant change of status quo with serious security implications for it” not in conflict with ‘China Nationalism’?

“Hindu Nationalism Might Push India, China Into War: Chinese Media: The Quint”

Highlights: Hindu Nationalism Might Push India, China Into War:

1. Assertions as under: Emphatic statement- a strong statement that something is true and act of stating something Emphatically that ‘Hindu Nationalism Might Push India, China Into War: Chinese Media’ in an editorial written by Yu Ning in the Chinese daily Global Times- Updated: 20 July, 2017 2:08 PM (IST) , as to how it could be denied logically?

2. India should not let its rising wave of religious nationalism push it into war with China, an editorial written by Yu Ning in the Chinese daily Global Times said.

3. What The Indian Express calls a “scathing” piece, said that India should avoid the increasing sentiment or it might risk putting itself in jeopardy.

4. India is weaker than China in terms of national strength, but its strategists and politicians have shown no wisdom in preventing India’s China policy from being kidnapped by the rising nationalism. This will put India’s own interests in jeopardy: Yu Ning, Global Times.

5. The article also drew attention to violence against Muslims in the country since the current government came to power in 2014.

6. The election of Indian PM Narendra Modi has fuelled the country’s nationalist sentiments.

7. Modi took advantage of rising Hindu nationalism to come to power.

8. This, on one hand, has enhanced his prestige and ability to control the country, but on the other, has made India more subject to the influence of conservatives, thus hampering reform: Yu Ning, Global Times

9. It added: The Modi government can do nothing if religious nationalism becomes extreme, as shown in its failure to curb violent incidents against Muslims since he came to power in 2014.

10. Chinese and Indian soldiers have been locked in a face-off in the Doklam area of the Sikkim sector for over a month after Indian troops stopped the Chinese army from building a road in the disputed area.

11. China claimed that they were constructing the road within their territory and has been demanding immediate pullout of the Indian troops from the disputed Doklam plateau.

12. Was the statement, “New Delhi has expressed concern over road building, apprehending that it may allow Chinese troops to cut India's access to its northeastern states” not in conflict with ‘China Nationalism’?

13. Again was the message, “India has conveyed to the Chinese government that the road construction would represent a significant change of status quo with serious security implications for it” not in conflict with ‘China Nationalism’?

We as Indians to assess-judge something: to examine something in order to judge or evaluate it, are the following links containing information not as enough information to assess whether the event occurred more logically fairly as to where ‘Hindu Nationalism’ stands now in India?



14. Sikkim Standoff: “The Central Government’s Diplomatic Failure,” CM Mamta Banerjee, Categorically said By Balbir Singh Sooch-Sikh Vichar Manch

http://www.thekhalsa.org/frame.php?path=356&article=14543

What could be Map of India leaving aside Pakistan? Be Cautious!

http://www.thekhalsa.org/frame.php?path=527&article=14527

‘One Belt and One Road’: Connecting China and the world: By Tian Jinchen

http://www.thekhalsa.org/frame.php?path=356&article=14551

US Is Concerned About The Ongoing Sikkim Standoff But India Pretending-Imaginary, Make-Believe To Be Unconcerned: Why?

Work together for peace, US tells India and China

15. Is It ‘A WAR STRATEGY’-Line Of Attack-Planning in any field, a carefully devised plan of action to achieve a goal, or the art of developing or carrying out such a plan: Planning of war: military the science or art of planning and conducting a war or a military campaign : PLAN?

16. “Work together for peace, US tells India and China.

17. India and China should work together to come up with 'some better sort of arrangement' for peace, the US said on Wednesday, expressing concern over the standoff between their troops in the Sikkim sector.

18. “I know that the US is concerned about the ongoing situation there… We believe that both parties, both sides should work together to try to come up with some better sort of arrangement for peace,” State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert said.

Posted on Aug 01, 17 | 12:24 am