responsibility of opposition parties
anti national slogans
returning of awards
The role of opposition ..Quick Fix effort to come back
April 13, 2016 1:05am CST
This has become a routine for the parties in the opposition benches to point out the mistakes with the policies and programmes of the ruling party. They are not acting as a responsible opposition. In a democracy though the role of the opposition is as equally important in laying down the policies as the party in power the element which they are totally missing. The day they set themselves in the opposition benches they try to cause inconvenience to the Government and try to defame it. This temperament is more visible in the case of the Govt. of India. Recently the returning of Padma Awards, Land Acquisition Bill (LAB), Nomination of Vice-Chancellors to the Universities, the FTII issue, Beef Ban, suicide of students in the Universities, and raising of anti-national slogans in the JNU are all targeted only to defame the Government in power on some pretext or the other. With special reference to the anti-national slogans 'Bharat Mata Murdabad, Pakistan zindabad the opposition should be held more answerable when the leaders of the opposition parties entered time and again into the University campus of JNU and took up the issue with which they have not concerned at all. Their entry into the Osmania University and sitting for hunger striker against the will of the Osmania University Students, who are more shrewd than those of JNU on the pretext of showing sympathy for the suicide of Mr. Vemula go proving beyond doubt that the opposition has made up its mind to trigger the students in the Universities against the BJP Government which is not at all a healthy practice. Do the opposition parties want to support the anti-national slogans? Is it not their responsibility to see that the students pursue their education in a clean and fair atmosphere? Have they ever visited the Osmania University when many students have lost their lives demanding the Separate Telangana State? At least now, they should realize that there is no 'Quick Fix' solution for their problem of 'coming back to power' and in a Democratic Country like India it is only the constructive contribution that will yield the good result and win the mandate of the people.