Tuesday, 23 December 2014

A few words on “Good Governance” Day

Celebrating “Good Governance” Day in educational institutions and observing the birth anniversaries of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Mahamana Madan Mohan Malaviya has been tried to hinder by some so called political agencies.

 Here is an article from Anirban Ganguly  on the subject which appears to be highly logical. One may read this article for deep insight  about the matter. A few glimpses :  Good Governance Day - Why are Left-Libs rattled ?
There is much noise being made on the issue of celebrating “Good Governance” Day in educational institutions and observing the birth anniversaries of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Mahamana Madan Mohan Malaviya. This is the season for the Opposition and their new social media and media drum beaters to try and project to the wider world that their fears of the rise of “fascism” in India has come true...

It is perhaps only through such a whipping up of false emotions and notions, and self-portraying themselves as the champions of the “oppressed” that these groups hope to fuel their near dry scholarships that would sail them to exotic academic climes in the West and enable them to perpetuate, unhampered, their agendas and thesis of “class struggle”, “disintegration” and “deconstruction.”.....

A venomous and interesting lot is this – leaving one to wonder whether they are struck in a time warp and gradually turning into relics themselves. Let us sample a few of their intellectual savouries, most of it argued upon based on a Wikipediac perspective – which most serious scholars would avoid doing – and half baked media reports. ....Read More Here

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