Resolutions

Political Resolution : Jaipur – Sept 2007

Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha
National Convention
Maharana Pratap Nagar (Bhawani Niketan)
Sikar Road, Jaipur
28-29 September, 2007

Political Resolution

It is a matter of great pride that we have taken birth in the birth place of Lord Sri Ram and Lord Sri Krishna. We all are proud of being called Indians. Our ancestors had a dream to establish Ramrajya in modern India. Efforts had been afoot to turn this concept into reality.  There was a time when this pious land was enslaved by foreign invaders. To free our motherland from foreign clutch, several Indian Revolutionaries i.e. Sardar Bhagat Singh, Chandrasekhar Azad, Sukhdev Rajguru etc. Did not hesitate in embracing the noose of death.  They made these sacrifices to make our nation a world-teacher again.

Today the country is passing through very grim circumstances. Increasing unemployment and price rises are making ordinary man’s life miserable. The integrity and unity of the country is under increasing threat. Country’s internal security is under crisis. The Terrorism and Naxalism has engulfed entire country. The Indian nation is today facing several challenges. But the present performance of the UPA government during last three years has put the youth, the kisan, the labour and the ordinary man under bewilderment. Today the country is celebrating 150th anniversary of country’s First War of Independence and 100th anniversary of adoption of the Vande Matram’ as our National Song. Such occasion should serve as an instrument of infusing patriotic feelings in the country. But it is a sad commentary that the present UPA government has been using this opportunity to play vote bank politics instead of strengthening national feelings at this historical moment. The UPA government in connivance with Left parties is indulging in distortion of our glorious history. The BJYM condemns these moves of the UPA government and also warns the UPA government that the BJYM will not allow the UPA government to distort the spirit of our national song ‘Vande Matram’ and proud sagas of our glorious past.

The youth is most sufferers under the dispensation of this government. The government has no solid and positive plan to provide the employment, education and self-reliance to youths of the country. The opportunities of employment for the country’s youths have been dwindling. While around 84 lakhs youths were annually provided employment under the NDA rule, the provisions of employment under the UPA government have not been made satisfactorily. All plans of the government are facing failure and all declared projects have become the prey of corruption. The BJYM had conducted the national survey on the issue of unemployment and found that the Prime Minister has put forth a strange economics before the people of the country leading to widening of inequality between rich and poor. It is a strange phenomenon that on one hand the air-fare, luxury cars, ACs are becoming cheaper; on the other hand the prices of daily use commodities are increasing day by day. The prices of essential commodities of daily life such as pulse, rice, wheat, vegetables, oils etc. are sky-rocketing. Further, the prices of gas, diesel, petrol, cement, bricks etc. are constantly on rise. The prices of seeds and manures have hit the farmers hard. The horrible aspect of this grim situation is that food producer farmer is resorting to suicides in the states of Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Kerala in wake of anti-farmer polices of the UPA government.

The wrong policies of the UPA government are causing expansion of the terrorism across the country. The attack on Ram Janmabhoomi in Ayodhya, bomb blast in Delhi at Deepawali occasion, bomb blast at Sankat Mochan Mandir in Varanasi – the cultural centre of the country, bomb blast in train in Mumbai – the economic centre of the country, the bomb blast in Bangalore and Hyderabad known as the hub of Information Technology of the country and the office of the RSS in Nagpur – the symbol of nationalism clearly indicate that terrorist activities have dangerously increased during last three years. Such attacks clearly prove that the terrorism causes long-term economic loss to the country in addition to the loss of life and property. The Terrorist Organisations such as Jash-e-Mohammed, Lashkar-e-Tayyaba, and Hizbul Mujahideen are targeting all national symbols. It is country’s misfortune that the UPA government has been adopting soft attitude towards terrorist and fanatics. The NDA government has made all possible attempts to crush terrorism during its tenure and enacted a law – POTA to contain the terrorist activities. But the UPA government has repealed the POTA to nurse its vote bank politics. To rub salt on the wound, the UPA government is sparing no time to term it as its achievement. The BJYM therefore demands that the UPA government should immediately revive the POTA law to crush the terrorism.

Now days, the infiltration from Bangladesh is on rise. Around 2 crores of Bangladeshis had entered in India. The Supreme Court of India has equated this trespass as an invasion. But the UPA government is acting as a mute spectator. The IMDT Act which was enacted to push back the trespassers has turned into their savior. This Act was already repealed by the Supreme Court. The Congress Party and the Left Parties both are adopting wavering attitude on this issue to nurse their political ends. There is no other country in the world which is so unmindful of such type of infiltration. The BJYM strongly opposes this sort of illegal infiltration.

Today, the Indo-US Nuclear Deal is causing concerns in the mind of each alert Indian. The NDA government had also entered into strategic cooperation with US government and made deliberations on Space Technology, Atomic Energy and Hi-Tech Sectors for the benefit of each citizen. But do we need the terms and conditions which the UPA government has accepted to push through present Nuclear Deal?

We cannot limit our potentials about defensive Atomic Energy Development. The BJYM demands that this Deal should not be finalized till the international community recognises India as Nuclear Power Country.  If any Deal is to be entered into in future, it should be based on India‘s terms and conditions.

It is very unfortunate that the Congress Party and its Left Allies are now bent upon rejecting the element of Indianness.  Terming Lord Sri Ram and Holy Ramayan a myth is like an attempt to cut India‘s future generations from their roots. The Central Government by granting theoretical permission to damage Sri Ram Sethu – the life element of ancient Indians ethos, has shown that it has not given any thought to this unethical development. No greater example can be given of the UPA government’s insensitiveness towards India‘s ancient culture. The UPA government has lost the right of being called a government in true sense. The BJYM discards this government with full force at its commands.

Ten days earlier a team of Britishers came to India to extol the greatness of their ancestors who perpetrated atrocities on Indians in 1857. But it is a matter of great sorrow that our intelligence agencies have failed to get clue of their arrival in India.

The present political scenario of the country makes the fact clear that a revolutionary measure is necessary to change present state of affairs in the country. The only political party to bring out such changes in the country is at present the Bharatiya Janata Party alone. The BJP’s all efforts aim at reestablishing the glorious identity of the Bharat Mata before the world which was once conceived   by great sons of India i.e. Maharishi Arvind, Swami Vivekanand, Pt. Deendayal Upadhyaya and Dr. Shyama Prasad Mookerjee etc.

The BJYM demands that one crore employments should be generated each year, the infiltration should be stopped, the terrorism should be crushed, the Naxalism should be contained. History should not be distorted; no attack should be made on centers of faith etc. The BJYM will not tolerate in future any misadventure on our country’s soil.

Bharat Mata Ki Jai