Where Hardik Patel Went Wrong And Jats Didn’t?

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Where Hardik Patel Went Wrong And Jats Didn’t?


Articles / Politics   /   Mar 07, 2016

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Jats are being awarded reservation for cutting down 17000 trees, raping dozens of women after dragging them in the fields, burning thousands of Crores of property, killing dozens of innocents, destroying thousands of public buses, trains and offices.

 

Jats were smarter than what the world thinks of them. Instead of having an identifiable leadership they planned the whole mayhem clandestinely, timed the whole thing during the fire of JNU and Rohith’s suicide, and decided to do the entire rampage without any known leader taking any political responsibility for teaching the State a lesson. No one could be blamed for the same. Hardik Patel should have learnt a lesson from these pros. Do everything in this country with a brilliant and water tight alibi. His Patel Movement may have to pay the cost of entire damages he caused to the nation but Jats have made their stereotypical persona as an excuse for doing what they did.

 

Now when the Jats took the nation to ransom they paved a way for almost all such communities in the country to follow their inglorious path to the only social security available in India - Reservation. And it also exposed the underbelly of Indian psyche, which will get down to being arsonists, rapists, killers and looters for a government job.

 

Haryana kept burning for days and the police was moot spectator. It was a total collapse of the government. It seems that the politicians have forgotten that the prime task of a government is to provide safety and security to the people. And the central and state government felt that if any strong measure was taken to quell the revolt then it would be a bad reflection on NDA government. As if the inaction shown by the political dispensation was not enough to put a blot on it.

 

The alacrity with which imaginary political windmills were being destroyed by the Don Quixote of Bassi and the gang showed the primary concern of State. The burning Haryana was left in the hands of inept and inexperienced political putty and so was JNU. 

 

Let us hope we can muster enough political will to have better governance instead of perpetually thinking of political power and its manipulations.

 

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