The protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) has gripped the nation and it is one of the largest coordinated protests since 2014. The usual suspects like Mamata, Rahul and Kejriwal have joined forces to bring the nation to a standstill and their leaders have resorted to communal and instigating speeches aimed to incite the mob to burn down the country. While the Opposition parties are leaving no stone unturned to protect their minority vote bank, however, the theatrics of the opposition parties will benefit the BJP the most as India is all set to witness a reverse polarisation.
Protests against CAA across the country have taken place in an unprecedented manner, and the violence and damage to public property have been massive, hence unforgivable and shameful. This is not a protest to fight any sort of tyranny or inflation. This is a well-oiled disinformation campaign against the Indian state, and against a law that would give shelter to minorities in the three neighbouring nations in question. Fortunately, the people of India see it too. In West Bengal, the Hindus should have realised by now that if the illegal can live here, do business here, vote here, then can he not also set this country on fire.
Mamata’s antics be it leading the protest against the CAA or issuing advertisements on taxpayer’s money that her government won’t implement CAA or NRC in West Bengal will inadvertently end up strengthening the BJP. Mamata has given a free hand to the mob to destroy public property and set trains on fire. Not one arrest has been made in West Bengal and needless to say, the mob have a single point agenda to burn the state. Mamata’s tacit backing of violence is further corroborated as instead of taking action on them, senior State Minister and Kolkata Mayor Firhad Hakim has urged them not to strengthen the BJP by fomenting ‘lawlessness’. All this points to signs of a massive reverse polarization taking place in West Bengal which will end up strengthening the BJP as the Hindus grow increasingly tired of Mamata’s antics and the lawlessness in the state under the garb of minority appeasement.
The events in the National Capital have further laid bare the nefarious agenda of the opposition parties. AAP MLA Amanatullah Khan who is controversy’s favourite child was again seen inciting the mob with his divisive speeches and fear-mongering as he insinuated that PM Modi and Amit Shah are aiming to root out the Indian Muslims from the country. Khan’s aide has also been caught on camera admitting that some amount of violence had to be done. Unsurprisingly, Kejriwal has maintained a stoic silence. His leaders Manish Sisodia and Aatishi Marlena have resorted to spreading fake news on Twitter as they seek to pin down the entire blame on Delhi Police.
Folks like @msisodia need to be careful about what they tweet. Delhi’s Dy CM alleged Delhi Police officials were setting buses on fire. The bus which Delhi Police supposedly set on fire is safe in the yard. Situation is already volatile. Netas shouldn’t be spreading fake news. pic.twitter.com/uDR8vJHCbO
— Rahul Kanwal (@rahulkanwal) December 16, 2019
The protests in Delhi soon took an ugly turn as yet again anti-Hindu rhetoric gained precedence as the shouts of ‘Hinduon se Azadi’ reverberated in Delhi with the mob resorting to stone pelting at the Delhi Police. The Lutyen’s Media expectedly worked hand in glove with the protesters with the usual suspect Barkha Dutt leading the charge and propping up hired protesters and making a hero out of them. Some of the propped up protesters (Ladeeda and Ayesha) have Jihadi links and are sympathisers of terrorists like Yakub Memon. Intelligence reports have claimed that banned Islamic organisations like SIMI and PFI are behind the violence in Delhi which will only further alienate the Hindus.
.@WrongDoc's explosive thread that exposed the supposed sheros was a brilliant piece of investigation. But just go back to that thread and read the first tweet. Why did he/she smell a rat, and even begin to investigate? It's so obvious, yet so eye-opening. Pause and reflect.
— Ajit Datta (@ajitdatta) December 17, 2019
Interesting to see the people @BDUTT choses to lionise:
A “headmaster’s son”.
A disgraced cop who played CAB card.
Life would be easier if we could go back to the pre SM days, where “fascist, bigots” would have no way to put out facts,no? pic.twitter.com/R9nHZwRFxx
— Smita Barooah (@smitabarooah) December 17, 2019
There is a pattern in the protests and they are a mirror image of what happened in JNU a couple of years ago. The leftists who have been routed electorally are desperately trying to bring down the Modi-Shah duo under the false pretext of a revolution. Already, on Twitter, the leftists are asking for the resignation of PM Modi and Amit Shah.
Fortunately, the Hindus this time around have seen through the nefarious agenda and are refusing to fall prey to the leftist propaganda which was quite evident from the wafer-thin crowd that turned up for Priyanka Vadra’s protest in solidarity for the Jamia students.
Jharkhand has witnessed no anti-CAA protests especially considering the fact that it’s in the midst of an election. The state has seen four phases of election amidst the violence across the nation with the fifth phase slated to be held on 20th December. It seems that Jharkhand will show the first signs of reverse polarisation as the BJP is expected to defeat the Congress-JMM alliance.
The Lok Sabha election delivered a massive jolt to Mamata as Hindus united to end Mamata’s reign of violence and minority appeasement. In the run-up to the elections, Mamata went berserk on anyone seen chanting ‘Jai Shri Ram’ and even jailed them and openly carried out anti-Hindu rhetoric as almost all the BJP candidates were a target of TMC violence. All of this resulted in BJP securing a phenomenal 39% vote share in the state in the general elections, an unprecedented rise with 18 seats while the TMC’s vote share stood at 42%. With such appeasement to the point that people of certain sections get away with destroying crores worth of pub property, reverse polarization shall take place.
The opposition is yet again trying to divide the nation but their efforts will go in vain with Jharkhand all set to deliver a stinging rejection of their hollow agenda on 23rd December.