If someone asks about the biggest Evil in India, then we must say it is ‘Pseudo Secularism‘. Our Politicians and Political parties never shy away from taking advantage to satiate their vested interest by using pseudo-secularism as an evil tool.
If you observe, you will find that how this pseudo-secular gang is targeting Hindusim and several other aspects such as Hindu Gods, our Festivals, and Rituals. Arvind Kejriwal is one such politician who has mastered this game of pseudo-secularism and Hindu hatred in such a short span of time.
In a recent such instance, the Delhi government gave its go-ahead for Dussehra and Durga Puja celebrations in the Capital but have put a blanket ban on Ravana’s effigy burning. This order has come as a big shock recent order of complete cracker ban in the city.
A senior environment official on Thursday said the government had not announced any specific directions on effigy burning during Dussehra. However, since there is a blanket ban on cracker bursting, effigy burning will in effect be prohibited.
“While there is no specific ban for effigy burning, there is a prohibition on the use of crackers, which are part of the effigies,” said the official.
The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) on Wednesday decided to allow Ramlila, Dussehra, and Durga Puja celebrations this year in public places but with a set of restrictions.
The DDMA said organizers will have to ensure that the number of people does not exceed the total number of seats in a venue, no stalls and fairs are set up, there is 100% mask compliance, and separate entry and exit points are provided.
Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on September 15 announced a complete ban on the sale, storage, and use of firecrackers in Delhi. He said that this decision was taken pre-emptively to control the spike in pollution levels during Diwali. On Tuesday, the Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC) notified this and said that the ban will continue till January 1, 2022.
Ramlila organizers, however, called the DDMA order an “eyewash”, which will lead to only around one-fifth of the committees that usually organize Ramlila and Dussehra fairs in the Capital being able to organize festivities this year.
“The government has put the onus on us. With barely a month for the festive season, they have announced this decision, which leaves little time for us to apply for permissions, arrange for actors and prepare for Ramlila. On top of this, there is an ambiguity on a lot of issues, and effigy burning is one of them,” said Rajesh Khanna, general secretary, Shri Ramlila Committee, which organizes one of the oldest and largest Ramlilas in the national capital.
Many resident welfare associations and organizers also pointed out that several local celebrations will also be hit if effigy burning is not allowed in the city this Dussehra.
What will be the point of Dussehra without effigy bursting? While we strongly support any decision that will control pollution levels in the city, the government should at least allow green crackers, so that our celebrations are not impacted.
There are barely two weeks for Hindu festivities to start and we are still unsure of the guidelines, and this will leave us with no time to do anything. Well, that’s who the Anti-Hindu government operates.