Modi seems to be working on his priorities very well
It’s been three and a half years since Modi Sarkar came into power, India is going through reform after reforms. It all started with OROP. By honouring our veterans this government started all the policies that were beneficial for the common man of India. After OROP came the Surgical Strike in PoK. Pakistan learned a lesson hard way that there’s regime change in New Delhi, unlike the old coward counterparts who had no guts to even speak against its atrocities and its sponsored terrorism across India, especially in the state of Jammu & Kashmir.
Well, then came the Surgical Strike 2.0, which was, DeMonetization. It was a surgical strike within the country on corrupt people who had stashed black money in two high denominated currency notes. Black money hoarders were crucified with this DeMo move of Modi. Some had to burn their ill-gotten money having failed to deposit them in banks. Then came the One Nation One Tax – GST (Goods & Services Tax). Simplification of taxes was direly needed. Widespread corruption in government departments of direct and indirect taxes was a headache for the business community of India. GST, if not tomorrow then the day after tomorrow, will help this class of traders and businessmen in doing business without any complexity. There’ll be no corruption issue as long as under the table tradition is taken into consideration, which will ultimately benefit both consumers and producers.
Unleashing our forces on terrorists, both homegrown and outsiders, have done a tremendous job in controlling turbulent Valley and Red Corridor.
Modi seems to be working on his priorities very well. But now what India direly needs is, 1.) One Nation One Law, that is, Uniform Civil Code, 2.) National Judicial Appointment Commission, NJAC. Along with them, Police Reforms are essential. 3) Other than that, Modi needs to repeal 370 from terror-prone J&K. Having done that, strengthening Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) and giving full autonomy to our defence forces will yield best results in time to come. Unleashing our forces on terrorists, both homegrown and outsiders, have done a tremendous job in controlling turbulent Valley and Red Corridor.
Well, having said that I’ll focus on above three issues only.
1. We need to enact a uniform civil law, that is, Uniform Civil Code. In world’s largest democracy separate personal(civil) laws based on particular religions is a mockery of democracy. When we got rid of personal criminal laws, it’ll be of double standards to let religions interfere with personal laws. The Indian Constitution sanctions rights to practice one’s religion and faith don’t mean our fellow citizens from different faiths should follow personal laws based on their outdated holy books. Along saying that, it’d be a mockery of secularism if we let women of a particular religion suffer from the patriarchal rules and regulations of male-dominated religious authorities such as All India Muslim Personal Law Board, (AIMPLB).
2. We need to end the tyrannical rule of judges. By burying Collegium system and enacting National Judicial Appointments Commission (NJAC) we can cut to size the role of the judiciary. When we’re living in a democracy, people’s involvement through executives is must in every appointment so is in the judiciary. Especially when we are coming across such cases of corruption in the judiciary, in appointments of junior judges, etc. overhauling the judiciary is ought to happen.
Having said that, I would say that sanctimonious Hindus can wait for Ram Mandir. I want Ram Temple to be built. Not just that, I want sumptuously built temples of Lord Ram, Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiv on the lands where mosques are standing upon them now destroying them. But all I’m saying is that they can wait.