Hindu Extremism is undermining the whole of Indian society silently. After Modi’s coming into power, a very visible increase in this extremism is being observed. People belonging to different minorities are leading a very insecure and unsafe life among the Hindu extremists. Last year, on the night of 29th September a 58-year-old man Akhlaq was killed and his family brutally injured by a mob in Greater Noida’s Bisada village. This brutal massacre was very well organized by the Hindu extremists in the area and was fully supported by the temple authorities and the local administration. Akhlaq’s old mother Asghari Begum told the media with her silently weeping eyes, “The mob ran to the first floor of my home and dragged my son out, along with 22-year-old Danish. Both were beaten with whatever they (attackers) could lay their hands on. It was blood all over my son’s face.” In short apparently slaughtering of cow has become a very dangerous issue in the Indian society particularly for the Muslims. Some of the balanced and neutral Hindus are of the opinion that if Mr. Modi wants to sustain and maintain sacredness of the cows and buffaloes and he is serious in saving the lives of the Indian Muslims, he will have to impose a strict ban on the export of beef from India in the same way as he has recently put a ban on currency notes of Rs/500 and Rs/1000. Further to save the lives of millions of Indian Muslims from the Hindu extremists, Mr. Modi will have to frame some law for the protection of the Muslims in case they slaughter a cow because India does not belong to the Hindus only.
It is not only the single menace of Corruption in India; there are countless others too; maltreatment with the low-caste Hindus, hatred against the Muslims, exploitation of the Sikh rights and atrocities against the Kashmiris. On 28th of this November, the New Indian Express reported a very painful incident from Muzaffarnagar. According to the details a 30-year-old Dalit was allegedly shot at by a gram pradhan and three others who also thrashed the victim’s family members after accusing them of stealing a radish. Gram pradhan Anil, his son Nishant and nephew Sarouttem, reached Dalit young man Sunil Kumar’s house in a car and started beating his family members. When Sunil Kumar protested, the accused opened fire at him. He was taken to the hospital in a very serious condition. Doctors are still trying helplessly to save his life. In another incident as many as 37 members of six Dalit families were forced to migrate from their native village Maniyari in Chanasama taluka of Patan following social boycott by upper cast members. The families migrated to nearby village on November 19. A senior member of the migrated families said talking to the Times of India, “Patels, the high-caste Hindus, have boycotted the Dalits. No one would talk to us or buy goods from our shops. The Patels also did not employ Dalits as farm labourers. So we were left with only one option of saying good-bye to our native village.” In short, Mr. Modi’s political career is facing a lot of challenges and threats from within the Indian society. People are repenting on their decision of casting vote in favour of Mr. Modi. It would become very difficult for Mr. Modi to present himself as candidate in the next elections and same would be the fate of the BJP if the ill-feelings of the Indian people remain the same. The situation certainly needs a lot of sincere efforts for the reformation of the rapidly deteriorating Indian society.