What’s in a name, as Shakespeare famously questioned, is what India is suddenly known as: Bharat. But Prime Minister Narendra Modi is working hard to position India as a “vishwaguru” (guru to the world), adopting the Sanskrit term for his nation the same week that he lavishly hosted the G-20 conference in New Delhi. It is time to carefully consider his assertions and to look at his “New India”‘s present and future without succumbing to reassuring delusions.
Consider the publication “Bharat, the Mother of Democracy,” which the Modi administration gave to dignitaries at the G-20. It claims that the sages and monarchs of the ancient Hindu culture supported equality, inclusion, and peace. The 5,000-year-old bronze monument of a dancing girl who is “independent and liberated” predates even modern feminism.
Such assertions are a part of a complex narrative, which depicts the destruction of a once-vibrant Hindu civilisation by violent Muslims and rapacious Westerners, that is significantly influencing the worldview of many Indians today.
According to Modi’s own account, Hindus were held as slaves for 750 years by Muslim invaders and then for an additional 250 years by white British colonialists. This version of history is still used in India to excuse the treatment of Muslim and Christian minorities, the destruction of mosques and British-built structures, the erasure of textbooks, and the unofficial renaming of India.
Indifferent to the ups and downs of his party, Modi’s appeal stems from his forceful promise to topple the corrupt old political order and, as he said in his Independence Day speech last month, make sure that a completely modernized New India enjoys a golden age for the next 1,000 years.
This millenarian bombast is a part of a broader tradition of anti-Western demagogues who claim to be the offspring of great old civilizations, and it was also present in Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping’s speeches. The Germans and the Italians fall under this category because they both aspired to build the Third Rome and the Thousand-Year Reich, respectively.
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Extensive Campaign Trail Across Four Indian States
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will send off a huge constituent mission across the four territories of Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Telangana, and Chhattisgarh,Starting on Saturday, which are completely set out toward the surveys. Modi is scheduled to send off various activities and other public advantage drives while he goes there, and he will hold upwards of eight meetings in just six days between September 30 and October 6.
PM Modi’s visit to Chhattisgarh
Modi will go to Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh, on Saturday to participate in the BJP’s two “Parivartan Yatras” shutting service. Arun Sao, the state BJP executive, let the media know that he will likewise talk at the “Parivartan Mahasankalp” rally at the Science School grounds at around 2:00 pm. On October 3, he will get back to the state for discourses in Jagdalpur, Bastar.
PM Modi’s visit to Telangana
On October 1, Modi will go to the Mahabubnagar region of Telangana, where he will authoritatively lay the foundation for the vast majority development drives adding up to in excess of 13,500 crore. The undertakings, as indicated by an administration declaration, are associated with critical enterprises including street, rail, oil and gas, and advanced education. The PM will likewise utilize video conferencing to flag the beginning of a railroad administration.
He would also establish five new departments at the College of Hyderabad, including the School of Financial Aspects, School of Math and Insights, School of The Executive Review, Auditorium Complex-III, and the Sarojini Naidu Institute of Expressions and Correspondence (Annexe).
He will return to the state for speeches in the Nizamabad region on October 3.
PM Modi’s trip to Madhya Pradesh
On October 2, Modi will spend the day in Madhya Pradesh and attend two public events in Gwalior. Later on October 6, he would travel to Jodhpur, the fortification of leader clergyman Ashok Gehlot. Additionally, he allegedly plans to travel to Jagdalpur and Jabalpur to host public social gatherings.
PM Modi’s visit to Rajasthan
The PM will purportedly lead a public convention in Chittorgarh on October 2 while visiting Rajasthan, which is represented by the Congress.
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Controversy Surrounding Hardeep Singh Nijjar’s Death and Sikh Politics in Canada
Hardeep Singh Nijjar, the operational chief of the Khalistan Tiger Force, was killed extrajudicially on June 18 according to accusations made by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in front of the Canadian Parliament. New Delhi is still waiting for Ottawa to identify the assassin Indian agent and provide proof of the same.
The unconventional Canadian Prime Minister and his Foreign Minister continued to criticize India despite the fact that the Canadian police have stated that an investigation is still ongoing. He used intelligence from the Five Eyes partnership as the foundation for his “credible allegation”.
Events since the July 15, 2022, shooting death of Ripudaman Singh Malik in Surrey, British Columbia, a Sikh activist who had been cleared in the 1985 Air India Kanishka terror bombing, have been stitched together by Hindustan Times to demonstrate the toxicity of Sikh politics in Canada. Although Canadian Mounties detained two people, Tanner Fox from Abbotsford and Jose Lopez from New Westminster, the inquiry did not go into the assassination’s plot or the roles that Hardeep Singh Nijjar and Moninder Boyle played in the murder.
Ripudaman Singh Malik’s rivals used Fox and Lopez as hitmen; Malik had praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a letter written in February 2022 for his efforts on behalf of the Sikh community in India; however, the investigation into the conspiracy was never carried out because of the Justin Trudeau government’s vote-bank politics.Nijjar was shot by an assassin on June 18 in the same Surrey town where Malik was murdered a year earlier. Nijjar served as the KTF chief in Canada as well as the representative of the banned Sikhs For Justice (SFJ), a terrorist group run by dual national G S Pannu.
After Malik returned from India in 2019 having undergone a transformation, the Guru Nanak Temple and former President Moninder Singh Boyle of another gurudwara, Sri Dashmesh Darbar, along with their posse of radicalized local media, began persecuting Malik. After meeting with the Akal Takht Jathedar and SGPC representatives in India, Ripu Malik received formal approval from the Shiromani Gurudwara Prabandhak Committee (SGPC) to print copies of the Sri Master Granth Sahib (SGGS) at his office in Canada. Nijjar and Boyle started a full-fledged campaign against Malik and harshly denounced the Jathedar and the SGPC after fearing they were losing control of the Khalistan cause in the unremarkable Surrey town in the back of beyond BC, Canada.
Then, Nijjar, Boyle, and their radicalized Sikh gang launched a campaign against Malik by distributing false information that the SGPC should retract its approval of the Holy Book issued by the Kanishka bombing suspects because it was “beadbi” full of errors. Akal Takht Jathedar requested that the British Columbia Gurudwara Council remove all printed copies of SGGS from Malik’s property in response to mounting demand. The printing equipment was also taken away by Nijjar and Boyle right away, but they refused to give it back even when it was discovered that the Holy Book was error-free.
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PM Modi to launch ‘Sankalp Saptaah’: A Week-long Program at Bharat Mandapam
Nationwide Launch of ‘Sankalp Saptaah’ by Prime Minister Modi
On September 30, 2023, at approximately 10 am, Prime Minister Modi will inaugurate a novel seven-day programme for the nation’s aspirational neighbourhoods named “Sankalp Saptaah” at Bharat Mandapam.
A national initiative called “Sankalp Saptaah” is linked to the successful execution of the Aspirational Blocks Programme (ABP). The successful execution of the Aspirational Blocks Programme (ABP) is related to “Sankalp Saptaah.” The Prime Minister officially began the national programme on January 7, 2023.
According to the PMO, it wants to develop block-level governance in order to improve inhabitants’ quality of life. 500 aspirational blocks in 329 districts nationwide are putting it into practise.
According to the statement, chintan shivirs were held nationwide at the village and block levels to execute the aspirational blocks programme and create a successful block development strategy.
These chintan shivirs come together in the “Sankalp Saptaah.” All 500 aspirational blocks will observe “Sankalp Saptaah.” From October 3 through October 9, 2023, each day in “Sankalp Saptaah” will focus on a different development subject, on which all aspirational blocks will be built.
‘Sampoorna Swasthya’, ‘Suposhit Pariwaar’, ‘Swachhta’, ‘Krishi’, ‘Shiksha’, and ‘Samridhi Diwas’ are some of the themes for the first six days, according to the statement.
On Sunday, October 9, 2023, a celebration of the week’s worth of effort will be held under the banner of “Sankalp Saptaah – Samavesh Samaroh.” Around 3,000 panchayat and block-level people’s delegates and bureaucrats from all around the country will attend the inaugural ceremony in Bharat Mandapam.
Additionally, the announcement added that roughly two lakh individuals—including farmers, bureaucrats at the block and panchayat levels, and people from different backgroundswould participate in the initiative digitally.
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