Delhi is burning. Whose fault is it?
Finding faults in your nation is simple, it is patriotism that requires work. You don't pelt stones, because you don't like the government. You don't torch buses, because you don't support a law passed in the Parliament. Instead, you exercise restraint when your beloved city is burning. Because you don't love your nation in spite of its flaws, you love it despite of it. You love it because you don't know otherwise.
The question is not who instigates, but who gets instigated
Let's understand the chronology behind this non-sensical violence that has grappled Delhi. A well-meaning law for according citizenship to the persecuted minorities of our neighboring nations gets passed in the Parliament. The law gets twisted by many - Home Minister can't frame his words right and links it with NRC, his ministers start spreading hate, Lutyens media instils fear in Indian Muslims. The haters of India (radical Islamists) get instigated.
Lutyens media, Modia busy pouring ghee on fire since forever
The role of media is to quash lies and provide unbiased information. But, in India, either they have become the Doordarshans for the ruling party, or they are blinded by their hatred for Modi. They don't just do a disservice to their profession, they do a disservice to this nation. When they don't see a communal angle at Shaheen Bagh's protests, they become India-haters.
Ask yourself: Was Shaheen Bagh peaceful, to begin with?
While the media kept showing us the dadis of Shaheen Bagh, most of us could not ignore the Sharjeel Imams, their hatred for India and their sinister agendas. One wonders why Supreme Court could not do much. What were they waiting for- Ratan Lal's death?
Stop blaming Mishras, we need answers from Amit Shah
When the esteemed judges of this country were silent, the politicians weren't. Kapil Mishra, Anurag Thakur, Waris Pathan, Parvesh Verma used the choicest words from their hate-filled dictionaries to polarize those at edge. But these loose cannons are not the biggest problems, inaction of Amit Shah is. His job isn't just to get the laws passed, he is not the Home Minister of Parliament.
Why is human life so cheap in India?
If you are allergic to criticism, you can't control narrative
But, what does it tell you about the most powerful man of India who can't control any narrative? What does it tell you about the man whose intent is right, but every time he takes a radical step, India bleeds? From demonetization, murders by gau-rakshak, to the riots happening in Delhi, how many mistakes are allowed for one man? If cows are more important than Muslims for PM Modi, he is bound to be mistrusted by them.
Desh mit bhi raha hai, jal bhi. Can Modi act?
So far, PM Modi's second term has been particularly tough for Shah. Shah's boss, mentor and demigod asks him to take bold decisions, he doesn't shy away from taking the first step in Kashmir or elsewhere, but he can't fathom the next steps. He then starts panicking, and moves on to take the next tough decision, thinking the can of worms would close on its own. The clone clearly can't perform. Can the real Modi stand up now?