“Fools Trophies” recommended

I was never a supporter or sympathizer of B.J.P. But the fact remains that my frustration with Muslims’ “vote bank slavery” under the garb of  “Defeat BJP syndrome” gave me great delight over the Parliamentary verdict, and for that, many times, I had to earn the wrath of my community. As earlier, I still hold the view, that it was neither the rise of fascism, and nor any “Modi wave”. Instead, it was simply the reaction to the incompetence of scams-ridden Congress rule, coupled with the badly ruptured political parties, which are called “secular”, and at the national level BJP was the only alternative.

Anyhow, as the maxim “noblesse oblige”, i.e., people of high rank must accept responsibilities of their position which in Hindustani may be translated as “phal daar ped jhuk jaayaa kartaa hei”, I was convinced that once in power, BJP will prove to be a mature party, knowing fully well the external and internal challenges, and will fulfill the collective aspirations of the nation. But I was ruthlessly shocked when immediately its low-rate politicians started the same old disruptive agenda. Even RSS Chief Mr. Mohan Bhagwat kicked up the controversy by saying that “all Indians are Hindus.”

Now the by-poll results have fully demonstrated that the vast majority of the country wants development which is possible only in an atmosphere of communal harmony. It is not the endorsement of the incompetent Akhlesh Yadav government, under which the criminals enjoy maximum freedom, but the reaction against the communal agenda of BJP leaders who were competing with each other as to who will emerges the best fool.

No doubt, the credit for the victory of Samajwadi Party goes to these fools of BJP, and so I strongly recommend to the U.P. government to award three “fools trophies” to the following leaders for their outstanding performance in the fields mentioned against their names.
1. First prize: Mr. Yogi Aditya Nath (for  inventing “Love-Jihad” theory);
2.Second prize: Mr. Sakshi Maharaj (for  rediscovering the phenomenon of madarsas teaching terrorism);
3. Third prize: Mrs Maneka Gandhi (for her wonderful research that beef export is going to terror groups).
Besides the above, I also recommend consolation prizes for many others who played their noteworthy roles. They all must be encouraged so that their perpetual foolishness may render tremendous help to the Samajwadi Party in 2017 Assembly elections.
Dr. Mustafa Kamal Sherwani

This article appeared in The Milli Gazette print issue of 1-15 October 2014 on page no. 11

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