Not talking in behalf of political party but this is the big concern of the Nation. India is suffering for more serious problems like education, health and safety, leaving all if some of the people want to play politics-politics then we should definitely give a good response to them via using our own limits.
Don’t know why but this is height of dynamics in politics, 5 big protest with in 1 year.! are we taking of a stable government.!
No, I guess not, not according to me but even numbers do not support this. Let’s put attention on these 5 biggy which have affected life of people:
1. Protest against beef ban
Several cases of violence have come to light involving Hindu mobs targeting people they suspect could be harming cows. One of the most high-profile cases involved the lynching of a Muslim man in Dadri on the outskirts of capital city New Delhi. Finally things converted into Protest
2. Writer’s Award Wapasi
Award has been returned by many writers for various reasons. As many as 40 prominent writers have also announced their returning of the award in protest at the “rising intolerance in India” under its present government. The first to return the award was Uday Prakash, a Hindi writer, on 4 September 2015 in protest at the murder of M M Kalburgi, a Kannada Sahitya Akademi award winner. Following Prakash, prominent writers including Nayantara Sahgal, Ashok Vajpeyi and women veteran writers Krishna Sobti and Shashi Deshpande have also returned their awards. Protest
3. Rohith’s Suicide
“The environment in which Rohith was forced to kill himself is faced by millions of Dalit students who manage to reach higher education with great difficulty in our country. His suicide note will remain a powerful testimony to how our higher education system has institutionalized discrimination and hardships for Dalits,” students said and then Protest
4. Issue of Nationalism and Anti-Nationalism, JNU Protest
There was heavy police presence at JNU as students clashed with cops, who went on to search hostels looking for “anti-nationals”. BJP’s student wing, ABVP, too stepped up protests against Tuesday’s JNU event, where anti-India slogans were raised, and another organised at the Press Club of India a day later.
Thousands from colleges, universities and civil society took to the streets of Delhi to protest the police action at JNU and demanded immediate release of the university’s students’ union president Kanhaiya Kumar, who is facing sedition charges.
Holding placards bearing incisive messages and shouting slogans like “Long Live JNU”, the protesters marched from Mandi House to Jantar Mantar.
5. Jat reservation protest
The Jat agitation, that claimed 12 lives, may end soon as the government on Sunday decided to bring a bill for granting OBC status to Jats.