Pitroda’s Critique: Challenging Bharat’s Constitution, Customs, Religion, and Sanatan Dharma

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Paromita Das 

GG News Bureau 

New Delhi, 15th May. Sam Pitroda, a prominent member of the Congress advisory committee, has attempted to prove the British conspiracy of dividing Bharatiya society based on race, region, and height once more. This conspiracy of class and geographical divide had been established by the British to bolster their rule. This kind of divide is against the spirit of the Indian Constitution as well as Bharatiya tradition, philosophy, and culture.

Sam Pitroda’s statements have consistently made headlines. At times, he advocated for the government to seize a sizable portion of inherited property, and at other times, he suggested collecting the highest possible tax from the middle class. Lord Ramlala had declared the temple unneeded after the Supreme Court’s ruling cleared the path for its building in Ayodhya, the site of his birth. His last statement was released just now. He has associated Indian citizens with alien races by categorizing them according to their height, color, and area in this statement. As per Shri Sam Pitroda’s remark, the people living in East Bharat are Chinese, the people living in North Bharat are English, the people living in West Bharat are Arab, and the people living in South Bharat are African.

This was not where Sam Pitroda ended. He added that South Bharatiya are often smarter than other people. Sam Pitroda resides in America at the moment. That is where he got the idea for this phrase. In addition to being the President of the Overseas Congress, he is a prominent member of Congress. This congressional branch operates in both American and European nations. He was a close confidant of the late Rajiv Gandhi and is regarded as an advisor to Shri Rahul Gandhi. He is also a significant member of the Congress advisory group. Congress has acted upon his recommendations in numerous policy issues.

The speech that caused division in Bharat was made during the 18th Lok Sabha elections, which are currently engulfing the whole nation. There have been four voting rounds. Three stages will comprise the voting process. Similar to 2019, the sense of cultural nationalism and social cohesion is growing in this Lok Sabha election as well. The results on June 4 will reveal the real story, but for the time being it seems that unity and cultural nationalism are the dominant trends. Since taking office for the first time in his first term, Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has placed a strong emphasis on unity. “Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas and Sabka Vishwas” was his catchphrase.

The Ayodhya Ramjanma Sthan temple idea also began to take shape over time. Now, in these 10 years, social unity and cultural nationalism have gained more traction, whether it is due to Modiji’s catchphrase or Kalachakra’s personal influence. Additionally, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh is regarded as its foundation. This Lok Sabha election amply demonstrates its reflection.

For political parties who have power as their ultimate goal and are willing to use any means necessary to get it, success appears far off. Foreign powers have plotted to create social and geographical divisions in order to plant their roots in Bharat, as seen by the histories of the Sultanate and British periods. There’s a hint of this in the current election campaign. First, a lot of focus was placed on caste-based censuses and religion-based reservations in an effort to erode societal cohesion. Later, through translation, the Muslim community’s reserve was also indicated. One of the key members of the Indi coalition, Lalu Prasad Yadav, publicly discussed granting reservations to the Muslim population. These factors did not appear to have an impact during the third round of voting. Indeed, the media conjectured that this time around the BJP would be able to establish a foothold in South India’s Tamil Nadu and Kerala as well, given the patterns of voting in both the first and second phases. The opposition’s influence in Parliament might wane compared to the existing state of affairs if this takes place. Only the remaining four voting rounds will be able to make up for this. Which can only be achieved by severing social cohesiveness.

The timing of Shri Sam Pitroda’s announcement following the third round of voting—was it a coincidence, or was it a calculated move? This comment reveals a hint of the British scheme that they carried out to create their colony in Bharat. “Divide and rule” was his proclaimed policy. He sowed the seeds of partition under the cover of this plot. The British “Divide and Rule” idea raises precisely the same issues as are made in Shri Sam Pitroda’s speech. The British were the first to characterize South Bharat as distinct from North Bharat, to associate the people living in the forests with the African race, and to refer to the Aryans as invaders and associate them with the European race. The British did not divide Indian society in order to lay the foundations of their authority.  Laws based on race were also made in America and Africa. Gandhiji began his anti-apartheid campaign in South Africa. The British furthered social differences in Bharat by basing their policies on caste, religion, and geography. This served as the foundation for the formation of an army and a jail handbook. In the majority of the provinces, there were two residents. Similar to Maratha Regiment, Mahar Regiment, Rajasthan Regiment, and Rajputana Rifles, and Punjab Regiment and Sikh Resident. Based on religion, the British had also created Muslim regiments. Everyone had different priorities when it came to employment.

The leftist intellectuals’ fuelled to the poison that the British had so carefully sowed in Bharat based on caste, religion, language, geography, race, and physical appearance. The entire remark made by Shri Sam Pitroda reveals the British conspiracy and the sophistry of the left. In India, there is no distinction based on geography or color. However, these seeds were planted by foreign powers, and some political parties continue to use them now. There was an intense response in the social sector following the release of Shri Sam Pitroda’s remark. Without any delay, the BJP and Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi started a counteroffensive. The Congress initially disassociated itself from the statement and defended itself by claiming that this was Shri Sam Pitroda’s personal opinion. However, when things did not work out, Congress leader Shri Jayaram told the media that Shri Pitroda had resigned from the Congress and that the party had accepted it.

Is Sam Pitroda’s resignation sincere or a ploy to intervene in the context of the election? It won’t be until later when this reality becomes apparent. However, this assertion demonstrated once more that, despite the British leaving Bharat, those who adhered to their laws and practices are still there and are still enforcing British control, which requires Bharat to adopt British policies. People tend to forget that national policy and politics are two distinct things. Politics are secondary to the Bharatiya nation and social life.

 

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