Vanguard has Discussed the Recent Development
News Desk, News Nation 360: Vanguard, an organization to protect the unity amongst the diversity of the Nation, prevent an attack for religious or ethnic regions and other social problems have recently developed the society. Their perspective is since the British applied the theory Divide and Rule, India has always remained vulnerable to communal conflict. More than half a century of post-independence Government misrule and their Soft Hindutwa line paved the pathway for the rise of RSS backed Hindu fanatic party. On the other hand, infiltration of Muslim fanatics, even in official machinery has made Pakistan heaven of terrorists who patronises cross border
terrorism. Now, with the Hindu fanatics at the helm of affair in India too, the situation got worse since last few years and resulted in more number of army and civilian death mainly in Kashmir. Barring a few exceptions, in every election, Kashmir has been used as a gamble played between the central rules and opportunistic local leaders, who are ready to compromise with heaven or hell for their narrow gains. Vanguard in Kolkata was describing the recent developments in a Press Conference. The tainted Riot Hero of Gujarat is now at the Top. Expectedly the transborder tension and tension inside the country have reached its Zenith. Moreover, the current ruling Government has failed in all aspects, in utter contradictions to its declared goal of Achhe Din. Hence, it has utilised the excuse of Pulwama Attack to infuse jingoism amongst the mass so that their attention gets diverted. Soldiers, minorities and mainly Kashmiri people are the scapegoat. The later is being attacked here and there of the whole nation. Most shamefully Bengal, which was once a citadel of communal harmony and safe shelter of riot victims elsewhere, has witnessed a new such heinous crime after horrible Pulwama Event. Hence, the people who love peace, conscious common can not sit idle. Social Media proactiveness is a must but not the whole. Everyone should be physically and mentally active to achieve.
Report: Anustup Kundu