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Modi - the fine line of Democracy VS Dictatorship

Dalit youth’s murder sparks political row in M.P.

August 27, 2023 10:20 pm | Updated 10:20 pm IST - RAIPUR

"The Prime Minister, who is pretending to build Sant Ravidas temple in Sagar, does not even break his silence on Dalit and tribal oppression and injustice happening continuously in Madhya Pradesh. The Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh tries to hide his crime by washing the feet of the underprivileged only in front of the camera... But the BJP has made Madhya Pradesh a laboratory of Dalit atrocities.”

Modi, modern day leader of Independence or the Master of fained Democracy?

In 2016 headlines read If you want to shoot, shoot me," Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, as he called for stopping the attacks on Dalits.

Over half a decade forward and Modi and his party, critics allege, aims to make India a Hindu nation, where Dalits, Muslims and other minorities are treated as second-class citizens. So when did this divide start and is Modi love of power overcoming his love for the people?

“To determine the true rulers of any society, all you must do is ask yourself this question: Who is it that I am not permitted to criticize?” - Kevin Alfred Strom

In 2019; India's most populous state, many Dalit voters say Modi has failed to keep his economic pledges. The Prime Minister showing signs that a venal government has beaten his stand for equality.

2022; Quoting media "Putin said he had ordered Russian troops to make “all possible efforts” to ensure the Indian students' safe evacuation."

Russia has been India's largest supplier of military equipment for decades and it is the fourth-biggest market for Indian pharmaceutical products.

“Russia becomes India's top oil supplier in October,” The Hindu, 6 November 2022. Purchases of Russian oil soaring and coal and fertiliser shipments also strong, India is looking for ways to rebalance trade, stated Indian government sources.

Russia engages acts of genocide on the Ukrainian people.

With a population of over 40 million and an area of about 600,000 sq km, Ukraine is one of the largest countries in Europe. India has an extensive bilateral relationship with Ukraine, spanning all spheres of cooperation. India was one of the first countries to recognize Ukraine. Government of India recognized the Republic of Ukraine as a sovereign country in December 1991 and established diplomatic relations in January 1992. The Embassy of India in Kyiv was opened in May 1992. (India had a Consulate in Odessa, which functioned from 1962 till its closure in March 1999). Ukraine opened its Mission in Delhi in February 1993 – its first in Asia.

Over the period of war between Ukraine and Russia India has advanced significantly and benefited immensely in its space program achievements.

2023; Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau urged India to cooperate with an inquiry into a Sikh activist's murder. Trudeau said that Ottawa had credible allegations linking Indian government agents to the murder of Hardeep Singh Nijjar in June, prompting an angry reaction from New Delhi. Nijjar, 45, was a Canadian citizen.

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