Bharat Ratna Dr Baba Saheb Ambedkar
Bharat Ratna Dr Baba Saheb Ambedkar - Shiv Prakash Baba Saheb was born on 14 April 1891 in Mhow (M
Bharat Ratna Dr Baba Saheb Ambedkar

Bharat Ratna Dr Baba Saheb Ambedkar

- Shiv Prakash

Baba Saheb was born on 14 April 1891 in Mhow (Madhya Pradesh) Cantonment in the family of father Subedar Ramji Sakpal and mother Bhimabai. Due to his sharp intellect, tireless hard work, and education, struggle towards the exploited, deprived and oppressed, he got recognition as the Messiah. Along with being an economic expert and a labour leader, Baba Saheb's life was full of patriotism. Baba Saheb was a social saviour who struggled throughout his life for social equality and social justice. Due to his important role in the making of the Constitution, all Indians He is remembered as the creator of the Constitution.

This time the occasion of Dr Bhimrao Ambedkar's birthday has come at a time when elections for the Lok Sabha are being organized in our country. About 97 crore voters will now vote to form the 18th Parliament for the next five years. After completing 18 years of age, about 2 crore young voters are also going to use their vote to elect the new government.

While addressing the young voters, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that 18-year-old youth will do the work of electing the 18th Parliament. At present, all the political parties have been divided into two groups, NDA and INDI. The leadership of NDA is in the capable hands of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, who, based on his achievements in the last 10 years, is appealing to the voters across the country in favour of the BJP and calling to vote for the alliance. At the same time, with undecided leadership and opposing the policies of the BJP government, the Indi alliance is seeking votes for itself. Voters have to choose their representatives and the government based on their utmost discretion by giving their 100 per cent vote. Voting is the national responsibility of every voter.

Congress has promised in its manifesto that “Congress will not interfere in personal matters like food, clothing, love and marriage”. If, through these promises, Congress is supporting the Hijab incident that took place in Karnataka schools recently and the mentality of Love Jihad, then it will be a suicidal step for the country. Uniform attire is decided to bring mutual love, brotherhood, equality and discipline among the school students. Supporting such a demand will help in dissolving the poison of animosity among the students. It will be difficult to say how far this trend will go beyond just stopping at Hijab. This is a big conspiracy with the majority society to systematically trap non-Muslim girls (Hindu, Christian) in love and later force them to live a hellish life.

This love jihad mentality has also been exposed by government agencies in many parts of the country including Kerala. This creates fear of re-partition in the society which has suffered the brunt of partition of the country. Many countries of the world including Europe are making strict laws on such subjects. The BJP government of Uttarakhand has brought a Uniform Civil Code while fulfilling the spirit of the Constitution. In the Constituent Assembly debate between Shri Alladikrishna Swami and K.M. Supporting Munshi, Baba Saheb Ambedkar also supported the Uniform Civil Code and said that “Uniform Civil Code is the main goal of the Constitution draft.” The Supreme Court has also directed its support many times in its decisions. Congress is opposing the spirit of the Constitution and the decisions of the Supreme Court because of minority votes.

Congress has said in its justice letter that there has been an atmosphere of fear in the country for the last five years. Laws and agencies are being weaponized to intimidate people. Saying this, Congress CBI, ED. Like the departments are pointing fingers at the action taken against corruption. Naxalism and border terrorism have been reduced in the country. Goons, scoundrels, terrorists and those who support terrorism are scared. Earlier, it was written in public places like Do not touch unknown objects, there may be a bomb, but now you can never find such warnings. Ordinary citizens are living their lives without fear. If there is an atmosphere of fear, it is among the corrupt people who have considered the country's property as their own. Fear among them is a sign of good administration. Leaders of parties run based on family have the fear of the end of their existence.

During the debate of the Constituent Assembly, the member of the Assembly, Shri Mahavir Tyagi, while pointing towards familyism, expressed concern that in the future, a special class of “professional politicians” will be born, who will depend on politics for their living. The dynastic parties that emerged in the country were a manifestation of their concern at that time. It is expected from them that the agencies should take action against the culprits. The court decisions have also supported the agencies. While addressing the workers at the time of collection of receipt books printed for the construction of the building of Scheduled Caste Federation, Baba Saheb said “Not returning the receipt books and not depositing the entire collection is a sheer fraud with the organization and the public. Such fraud is a crime under the law. These views of Baba Saheb reveal his attitude towards corruption. Congress is playing a big fraud on the country by supporting corruption.

In its Nyaya Patra, Congress has promised to give place in the courses to the great men who gave the message of social justice and to open buildings and libraries in the name of Dr Baba Saheb Ambedkar. Whereas the behaviour of Congress has always been of neglect towards Baba Saheb. Congress became an obstacle in the victory of the Mumbai and Bhandara elections. Nehru Ji rejected the demand to install his tapestry in the Central Hall of Parliament. Humiliated by the behaviour of the then Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and his anti-social policies, he resigned from the Cabinet in 1951. Congress did not even consider him worthy of the Bharat Ratna. Prime Minister Shri V.P. Singh's government, which was supported by the Bharatiya Janata Party honoured Baba Saheb with Bharat Ratna in 1990. The construction of Panchtirthas at the places of Baba Saheb's memory and the establishment of a research bench to study his thoughts were done during the tenure of Prime Minister Modi.

The work of giving prestige to the great men who worked for social justice was done in a planned manner by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi. Declaration of Tribal Pride Day on the birthday of Lord Birsa Munda, making Maghar the holy place of Saint Kabir Das Grand, celebrating the birth anniversary of Saint Ravidas, the development project at the place Kashi, the mention of the thoughts of great men like Saint Jyotiba Phule, Saint Vasaveshwar, Narayan Guru etc. during “Mann Ki Baat” reveals the sensitivity of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi towards these great men. Leftist-inspired historians did not allow these great men to get a proper place in the curriculum. This leftist mentality has become the guiding light of today's Congress. Dr Baba Saheb Ambedkar always struggled with the anti-India leftist mentality. While addressing a meeting in Nagpur on 12 December 1945, Baba Saheb advised to avoid the leftists and said that the leftists have no policy of their own and their inspiration centre is abroad.

Instead of honouring the great men, Congress did the work of glorifying only the Nehru family by denying the contribution of all the revolutionaries and freedom fighters in the contribution of freedom. Baba Saheb Ambedkar had called it Vibhuti Puja and called it a threat to the Constitution and democracy. Dr Ambedkar had said in his last speech to the Constitution Committee that if the parties considered their political system superior to the nation, then their independence could be in danger. We should recognize the principle of “one person, one vote and one vote, one value” as mentioned in the Constitution. Use your vote, this will be a true tribute to Dr Baba Saheb Ambedkar Ji.

The author is the National Co-Organization General Secretary of BJP.

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