Indian politics is so dirty that most of us, the young don’t want to get into it. It is not that without reason that our people complain. There is no party worth supporting or even voting for. Every election we pick the least bad one and hope that they do something for us but what we get is even worse than what we had voted for. Just look around and you will see our condition. There are a lot of crappy parties without any ideology and are not even worth considering. But what bothers me is that the only national party we had which could form a good opposition has become a joke.
Here are the 5 reasons to not vote BJP:
- Past is gone what we have is the present and the future – BJP is a party of all 80 year old grey haired uncles who know nothing about the present and are so engrossed with history that they forget to look at the present and the future. Guys, how does it make a difference if Jinnah was good or bad or for that matter if Gandhi was right or godse was right?! Will our starving population get food if Jinnah was bad or will our youth get better education if Gandhi was wrong? This is 2009, the time for us to look back and realize the mistakes we have made and move on! The future is waiting but do we still want to be stuck in the past? I don’t think so.
- Stop Dividing us! – There is no such thing as a Hindu vote and a Muslim vote. The youth of today are all Indian youth and this is something I firmly believe in. I want peace and am ready to forget the past for that. Does it really matter how many Hindus were killed or how many Muslims were killed in 1947? Or if there is a temple or a mosque or a church at ayodhya?
- Hate doesn’t work! – There is no other party which uses this as a weapon of propaganda to gather votes. But ask yourself, does hate really work? How many solutions have come by hating and killing other people? Be it Palestine, or Kashmir or Naxalites or even the so called issue of Ayodhya… hate just doesn’t work. The sooner we realize this the better.
- No leader – Who is the leader of the pack? Who gives the final nod to everything that happens in the party? Is it Advani? Rajnath Singh or someone else? And where do people like Naredra Modi fit in? And what’s the role of the RSS in here?
- No clear ideology – Are they hardcore right wing or moderates? What is Hindutva? Is it nationalist or only Hinduist? Does anyone know the answers to these questions? I don’t think anyone except the top leadership is clear about what they stand for coz I have tried talking reason to a few of their leaders in Delhi and they don’t talk sense.
The idea of a party called BJP is getting complicated day by day or lets say hour by hour.
First it was Jaswant Singh, then Arun Shorie and now to add to all the mayhem, RSS chief Sudarshan says that Jinnah stood for a unified India! Whats BJP gonna do now? Sack its own parent? Will they have different rules for some and different for the rest?
The party with the difference has always pointed figures at others and said that they are a hierarchical structure while BJP is democratic with no place for family politics. Isn’t free speech democratic? Now when some leaders believe in something which the party does not, don’t they have a right to be not thrown out when they speak their mind?
God, help these guys clear their fundas!