Besides ‘Economic Revival’, ‘Open Government and Accountable Administration’, ‘Rural and Urban Development’, ‘PPPP Model’, and ‘Corruption’, the BJP Manifesto- 2014 also talks about the construction of Ram Temple in Ayodhya within the framework of the Constitution and Uniform Civil Code. As expected, the Congress has appealed to the Election Commission with a charge that the inclusion of the Ram Temple construction is a violation of the model code as it is an attempt to fetch votes on religious lines.
Is the BJP so guilty to have said that they would facilitate the construction of the Temple, however constitutional and other statutory implications would be adhered to? What was the Congress attempting while appealing to the Shahi Imam that the Muslim votes should not split? Wasn’t that the infringement of the model code of conduct as laid down by the EC? What is the AAP attempting by favoring swift judicial settlements in cases against the Muslims? Surely, every political party is looking forward to fetching support in view of communal and regional disparity. What matters the most is the use of illicit ways to lure particular communities to vote in favor.
The RSS, which has been trying to convince the citizens with the development model of Narendra Modi, doesn’t absolutely deny the fact that the integrity of the Hindus is in danger and the Modi-led government can only be the revival force. The RSS workers in Muzzafarnagar are talking to the general public to educate them with the datum that the central and the state government have dishonestly favored special communities to fetch support. The fact is that these governments have relied upon the votes of these particular communities, however, have betrayed them as well as the justice.
Some of the RSS workers who have been assigned the task to promote the development model of Modi agree that Hindutva too is a vital parameter. While they are not provoking the Hindus to resort to unlawful measures, they are attempting to make it possible for every voter to exploit the right to choose a deserving candidate. Why then the honest attempts of the RSS and BJP workers to educate the Hindu voters being considered as communal? It is an established trend now, that the party that talks about the betterment of the minorities is secular in real sense, however the political group/ leader favoring the prosperity of the majority and the entire nation is communal.
Definitely, the voters need to comprehend the real intentions and motives of the political entities. Inclusion of matters like the swift justice to a particular community and advancement of special religions in the Manifesto are easy ways to attract votes. Rather, the vision and capability of the candidate must be assessed in view of past deliveries. The focus of the voter, to any religion he/she belongs to, should be aimed at strengthening the roots of the economy and all-inclusive prosperity for all religions, regions, and castes.