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Modi wasted Rs 3000 crores on Secular Sardar Patel’s Statue: JUMLA Party’s Dirty Statue Politics exposed nationwide, BJP selling all Anti-RSS, Anti-Communal visionaries Netaji Subhas, Sardar Patel legacy to fool voters in 2019
TIWN Oct 31,2018
Modi wasted Rs 3000 crores on Secular Sardar Patel’s Statue:  JUMLA Party’s Dirty Statue Politics exposed nationwide, BJP selling all Anti-RSS, Anti-Communal visionaries Netaji Subhas, Sardar Patel legacy to fool voters in 2019
PHOTO : JUMLA Modi's FAKE promises failed to fool masses. Inset Sardar Patel Statue. TIWN

AGARTALA, Oct 31 (TIWN): Modi’s era marked as worst era of Indian economy, worst downfall of rupee to Rs 73 against US Dollar, highest prices of Petrol, Diesel, even failed to keep a single promise from 1 crore Jobs every year to hundreds of FAKE promises since 2014 Pre-Election JUMLA slogans, so finally to fool masses, Modi is all set to inaugurate large statue of Sardar Patel by wasting Rs 3000 crores. Secular Congress Sardar Patel was against Modi’s RSS, Hindu Mahasabha throughout his life, but JUMLA Modi, Amit Shah now targeted India’s national icons to generate sympathy & patriotic pride to fool voters in upcoming 2019 Lok Sabha Election. JUMLA Party’s latest strategy to fool voters ahead of Lok Sabha 2019 Election focused on misusing Netaji Subhas, Sardar Patel to Tripura Kings Bir Bikram, Birchandra Manikya names, building statues, claiming these great anti-communal secular visionary legacy. So Modi now claiming Netaji Subhas legacy, then constructed Rs 3000 crores Sardar Patel Statue, now under Amit Shah, Modi’s direction, Biplab Deb also in Statue construction spree from Dharmanagar’s Maharaja Bir Bikram to Ram Statue near Biplab’s home in Udaipur.

A picture has been viral from Mahatma Gandhi's killer Nathuram Vinayak Godse's then old newspaper Agrani where Shyama Prasad Mukharjee is killing 10 headed body and three heads belong to Mahatma Gandhi, Netaji Subash Chandra Bose, Sardar Patel.

In Tripura also lots of drama were staged propagating Sardar Patel, Netaji Subash Chandra Bose whereas all the leaders always opposed RSS and religion backed politics and behind the partition sentiment RSS played a major role, bashed by all leaders of the country including Netaji. As Vision Document now has left unfulfilled, BJP in Tripura also geared up with dirty politics just as announced by BJP MP Subramanian Swamy.

Countering Modi's offensive, the Congress ridiculed the prime minister and flayed him for dragging Netaji and Sardar Patel into politics. 

"Those who do not have their own ideas and idols, and have zero contribution to the National Movement, are trying to attribute and appropriate the legacy of our Freedom Fighters, in an attempt to be perceived nationalist. Today, Modi desperately tried to do the same," Congress spokesperson Abhishek Manu Singhvi told reporters in Delhi.

Rubbishing Modi's allegations that the previous Congress governments did not follow the legacy of Netaji and Sardar Patel, Singhvi said both the leaders were completely against the philosophy of sectarianism and bigotry espoused by Modi's ideological parent - the RSS and the Hindu Mahasabha.

Seeking to substantiate his assertion that the RSS had "zero role" in the Freedom Movement, Singhvi read out excerpts from then RSS Chief MS Golwalkar's letter to the RSS spokesperson Krishna Rao Wadekar, asking the Sangh to stay away from the "Quit India movement".

"Today, the RSS and the BJP are praising Netaji for his military endeavours to liberate India, but their ideological ancestors had done totally the opposite. When Netaji was revamping the Azad Hind Fauj in Japan and Gandhiji had given the 'Quit India' call, the RSS was hand-in-gloves with the British. The Hindu Mahasabha under Vinayak Savarkar's leadership organised recruitment camps for the British armed forces," said the Congress leader.

Singhvi also took a dig at Modi for attempting to appropriate Sardar Patel's legacy, reminding the prime minister that it was Patel who had banned the RSS and held its ideology responsible for the murder of Mahatma Gandhi.

Even though politics has no link with religion, as religion is considered totally as a holy aspect and internal, personal perspective of people on God, but BJP's continuous politicizing of religion is now turning irritating for common men. After building controversial Ram Mandir at Agartala puja pandal, in Kakrabon of Udaipur a huge Ram idol was built with above Rs. 1 crores of expenditure. That Ram idol to stay at there even after Durga puja although it's a dirty market area surrounded by fish, meat, vegetable shops. 

At South Tripura debates started centering Ram Temple building as the Sanatan Sena & BJP have chosen to build Ram Mandir's foundation stone by removing a previous memorial of a communist and tribal rights martyr.

There are similar politics with statues going as instead of developing the community and releasing funds from centre for ADC development, CM and his party are now inaugurating idols of Tripura's former king alleging these Kings were not "valued" by CPI-M, Congress earlier. On October 16 a statue of King Bir Bikram Manikya was inaugurated at Dharmanagar with saffron colour's veils. 

Ahead of such politics, BJP MP Subramanian Swamy during his visit in Tripura that Lok Sabha Election will be fought not on the basis of Economy, rather Hindutva and Ram Mandir, for the first time in Tripura Epic(mythological) King Ram was worshiped.BJP leader Subal Bhowmik also visited the puja held in front of Rabindra Bhawan, Agartala.

Now question is who will fulfill these promises laid in the first page of  Tripura BJP's Vision Document ?

 1) One employment opportunity in each household,

 2) Free Education for Women Till graduation,

 3) 7th Pay Commission for all Govt employees & state pensioners,

 4) Free smart phones to youths,

5) Minimum allowance will be Rs. 2000 & Minimum wage will be Rs. 340,

6)Investigate Rose Valley Chit fund case & punish all the guilty,

7) Provide Housing to all without brick housing,

8) Free Health insurance to all BPL Households,

9) Provide drinking water to all households, 

10) Regularize contractual govt employees.

Apprehending protests on 31st October, the Gujarat police on Tuesday detained several tribal leaders and activists in the Narmada district ahead of the inauguration of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel's statue on October 31 - the birth anniversary of India's 'Iron Man'.

JUMLA Narendra Modi will dedicate the 'Statue of Unity', touted as the world's tallest statue, to the nation on Wednesday.

It is twice the height of Statue of Liberty and is built on an islet, Sadhu Bet, near the Sardar Sarovar Dam in Narmada district. 

The police went knocking on the doors of several tribal activists and leaders in Kevadia, Rajpipla and Dediapada talukas (blocks), detaining them under IPC 68, fearing disruption of the government programmes on Wednesday.

"The police came to my house in Kevadia and arrested me and is now taking me to some place. There are 8 to 10 other tribals with me. Most probably they will take us to Jeetnagar, Rajpipla. We will be detained for 24 hours and then they will release us when the Wednesday's programes get over," said Lakhan Musaafir from Kevadia.

"Tribals in entire eastern Gujarat are angry at this show of pomp (unveiling of the statue). Their anger is also expressed in a peaceful manner as they have announced boycott, fast, and shutdown of the whole tribal belt. They have done so in the face of extreme pressure and intimidation," said Anand Mazgaonkar, a social activist working for the tribals.

"What is shocking is that they were detained in an unconstitutional manner. The detention was carried out after 6 in the evening and there were also two females in the raid at Kevadia. We have heard that around five thousand police personnel are going to detain around fifty tribal leaders by midnight. Why are they so terrified of tribals," asked Anand.

JUMLA Modi and Amit Shah's mass-cheating continue unabatedly as BJP continue to loot country from all directions in the name of FAKE promises.

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