Of the biggest democracy in the world: India’s general election 2014

The most expected outcome of the 2014 general election is here. Prime Minister Modi.

US’s policy making and intelligence bureaus would be considering this election results as their failure in recognizing PM Modi’s candidature in the past. The visa issue will be settled now but it will further undermine America’s stand against Human Rights violation.

Indians definitely showed some real love for the democracy. Yet there are several implications to this election results that we should never forget to pursue.

* Fourth Estate’s compromised integrity.

* Minorities should not lose hope. Together we stand.

* All the corruption charges and their channels should be legally scrutinized and all the perpetrators must be penalized.

* Share market and INR would be prospering for a while. Make money.

* What that happened is all water under the bridge, PM and GOI should strengthen their relationship with the US.

* Hindu extremists should shut the fuck up and let this country be better than it was.

* Major policy revision towards Sri Lanka.

I am super glad that Indian National Congress is destroyed. It is more evident that Rahul would neither be the prodigy nor the successor. Lack of leadership in second tiers takes any future hope from INC for now. My wildest dream of seeing Sonia tried for crimes against India’s integrity is still far away. Personally, the fact that INC has not won any constituency in Tamil Nadu gives me a certain hope about the solidarity among Tamils. Defeating Karthi Chidambram and taking away any of his premature glory is the best thing that happened in TN. I have previously stated that this is the first time in recent history, the state and the head of state are representing each other.

What happened to AAP is what AK warranted to happen. In this country, leaders are not seen as humans at all. They were symbolized as an icon to a greater future. As an icon of great power and infallibility towards their enemies. AK.. I am sad that you let down a super critical set of supporters anyone else would kill for. I am saddened that you might have set the wrong example. I am furious that you won’t even recognize these mistakes.

To err is human but to do that in Delhi, with this critical mass(of a supposed chain reaction) and no second tier leadership is self destruction. RIP AAP..

Minorities, especially my Muslim brotherhood, please do not consider this as a sign that India is against Muslims or that they dont care for Muslims. Hindu radicals will consider this victory as Hindutva’s, don’t join them in this fallacy.

This victory is on Indian National Congress and their corrupt, inadequate, sycophantic and nepotistic regime. This victory is on the media, paid or not. This victory is on the general rule of mass propaganda, a classic example of ad-hitlerum for it is the Joseph Goebbels’ (Hitler’s minister for propaganda) model.

This victory is not against Muslims. I cant even fathom the injustice that is done to Muslims during Gujarat riots. I cant have a possible explanation or consolation of any kind. It is a severe slur cast upon the psyche of an Indian Muslim since Babri Masjid. But we need to stay together and prosper in this great country. We need to build an understanding where no human would target another human for having a different set of beliefs or the lacks of it.

A division in India is not going to happen. The only solution we need to think of is to call this election results for what it is and reject anyone who calls this as a sign of Hindutva. See what happened in Tamil Nadu. There is no modi wave. If there is a scale of hatred towards Indian National Congress in an Average Indian, an Average Tamilian hates congress in multitudes. He didn’t turn towards Modi though. He had a leadership that understood his emotions. The leader, Amma aka Ms. Jayalalita, had her flaws but she recognized the ways to gain the trust and love of the people she represents and that impulse gave a channel for all of us Tamilians to forget whatever happened in the past. This is synergy now and it will only get better. I am inclined to think that she will continue to be the strongest and the most loved leader of her times. The elections and results will always reflect this phenomena. Her coalition to the state and the center is also an example we need to follow. She shows the ways of democratically representing your people towards a common goal and peaceful coexistence. I would love to see this happening within Muslim brotherhood as well. Tamil Muslims, please stop sharing and following vehement articles, especially the one that involves PJ. This man can never be a leader. I am still yet to see a Muslim criticizing PJ for his radical and sometimes inhumane views.  However, for us to move past all the differences, people like the Hindutvas and PJs must be rejected.


2 thoughts on “Of the biggest democracy in the world: India’s general election 2014

  1. By this, I mean, I and people alike, will stand together with the Muslims or Christians or whoever that will be oppressed, to fight for Human Rights and secularism. Another Gujarat Riot is not going to happen.

  2. Lack of leadership in second tiers takes any future hope from INC for now.-> i totally agree to this. but here is another thing, if u introspect who are the second tier leaders in aiadmk who can take the leadership post god forbid if anything happens to JJ. Pls dont tell Paneerselvam.We need a better person.

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