Another do or die movement, similar to the one launched in 1942 is required to oppose the dictatorial government

Ranchi: Subodh Kant Sahai, former Union Minister and senior Congress leader alleged   that Prime Minister Narendra Modis unethical expansionism over the last eight years has destroyed the countrys federal structure. 

While talking to news persons he said here on Wednesday that BJP has resorted to a militant political ideology in order to remain in power, viewing democratic values as a liability. 

Mr. Sahai went on to say that one should look at what their senior leader, LK Advani said a few years ago, with a heavy heart, about an undeclared emergency. In recent times, current Union Minister Nitin Gadkari has stated that the type of politics that is transpiring now, the politics of gaining power, the politics of remaining in power, makes me want to leave politics.

He said that both of the statements show that people within the party are unhappy with Narendra Modis working style, and the disgusting politics of toppling the government chosen by the people headed by other party with the help of money power. Even within his party, people are not pleased. Mr. Sahai stated that one can see how the government has changed in Maharashtra recently, and attempts to rock the boat was made in Jharkhand, Rajasthan, and Bihar. This disgusting politics, is bad for democracy, and democracy doesnt work like this.

The former Union Minister stated that it is not important today who forms the government in 2024; what is important is that such a government should not be formed in Delhi, which would attack the countrys judicial, administrative, and socioeconomic fabric. The court must consider whether Kapil Sibals statement is contempt of court or not. He said that people involved in opposition will have to save the country by removing the fear of being imprisoned; they will have to unite on a single platform and launch a campaign to save the country. The case of  Nitish Kumar in todays situation explains why everyone is skeptical of the Bharatiya Janata Partys politics. Every major leader is now aware of the Bharatiya Janata Partys loathsome politics.

Another do or die movement, similar to the one launched in 1942, is required against the dictatorial government. He asserted that dictatorship, inflation, and unemployment must leave India. The movement, which began on August 9, 1942 in Bombay, had given the British sleepless nights. "On that August evening, people began gathering at the Gowalia Tank Maidan in Bombay, and Gandhi ji gave the slogan Do or Die, which began the final chapter of British rule in India," the former Union Minister said.

His remarks come days after Rahul Gandhi alleged that India is witnessing the "death of democracy" and anybody who raises peoples issues and stands against the onset of dictatorship is "viciously attacked" and put in jail.