The allegations of the Aam Aadmi Party as the “B team” of the Bharatiya Janata Party or the adopted son of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) do not go unnoticed. The Aam Aadmi party itself also continues to confirm these allegations with its conduct from time to time. He is currently doing the same in the case of the demolition of houses and businesses of residents of Delhi’s Jahangirpuri area in the name of eliminating invasions after communal riots.
The Aam Aadmi Party has been running the government in Delhi for the past seven and a half years. The unilateral support of the Muslim community has also contributed to the huge majority it won in the last two elections to the assembly. Despite this, every effort has been made not to be “accused” of being an all-inclusive party or a benefactor of Muslims. Not only that, but he has not been left behind in proving through his political rituals on several occasions that he is a party that cares about Hindu interests and respects his religious beliefs more than the BJP.
This time, on the occasion of Hanuman Jayanti, the Aam Aadmi Party also kept silent about community violence in the Jahangirpuri area, as it remained neutral two and a half years ago during the movement against the Citizenship Amendment Act. after Shaheen or Delhi after that. He kept quiet about the communal riots that took place in Bombay or blamed the Muslims for spreading the crown under the pretext of Tablighi Jamaat, in tune with the central government and the BJP during the Crown epidemic.
After the communal violence in Jahangirpuri, when the Delhi Municipal Corporation, governed by the BJP, with the help of the Delhi police, started trampling the houses and shops of the residents of this area with excavators, the silence of the Aam Aadmi’s party remained intact. Her silence was broken after the excavator’s action was stopped by order of the Supreme Court. Party Supreme Minister Aam Aadmi and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal understood their duty to appeal to the people for peace only by tweeting, but statements by their party leaders facilitated the political nexus of the party. Aam Aadmi party with the BJP. understood.
In general, whenever governments do some work by hanging the law on a peg, they need public support for their action. To do this they need to build citizens who support them in any case. In Delhi, this experiment was not limited to the citizens, but the elected government of Delhi in a different way not only supported the ruthless demolition of people’s homes, but also worked to promote the agenda. divisive policy of the ruling BJP government in the Center.
The BJP, according to its traditional policy of polarization, blamed Muslims for the community tension that erupted in Jahangirpuri on the occasion of Hanuman Jayanti.
Local police and government action was also in line with the BJP’s response, but the Aam Aadmi Party also got Bangladesh infiltrators and Rohingya Muslims into the matter. Different but similar statements from its leaders, Raghav Chadha and MLA Atishi Singh, who have come from his side, are worrying and favor the BJP agenda. These leaders made it clear in their statements that the BJP has spread tension in Jahangirpuri through its own Rohingya Muslims and infiltrators from Bangladesh and if it is known where the BJP has installed these Rohingya Muslims, it is easy to know. ho. where and where communal riots can take place.
It is interesting that the central government and the BJP explain the demolition of houses and shops on the communal lines in Jahangirpuri as an anti-invasion action to save their face, but the Delhi government of the Aam Aadmi party has made this issue openly communal. . It has been, in addition to indirectly justifying it.
The Delhi chief minister and his party leaders may be asked what the Delhi government and the Aam Aadmi party were doing when the BJP government in the Center was allegedly installing Rohingya Muslims or Bangladeshi refugees in the area or in other areas. The Jahangirpuri area is an assembly constituency from which the Aam Aadmi party is winning consecutive elections. The question is whether the MP should not be aware of what new people are settling in his area? But this issue had never been discussed before, so where did the Rohingya Muslims suddenly come from in this matter?
Right now, the elected government of Delhi should be among its voters and citizens and openly oppose any unjust action by the central government. But instead of doing so, the Aam Aadmi party is pushing the agenda of the BJP and its central government in an attempt to increase that tension and give it a completely communitarian look.
In fact, both the Aam Aadmi Party and the BJP are well aware that if Rohingya Muslims are mentioned in such cases, people’s attention can be diverted and later these illegitimate acts of sabotage are used. as a political fuel.
It is well known that the central government has already overshadowed the Delhi government and now its status has become virtually zero. After the reunification of the three municipal corporations, Delhi has practically become a metropolis instead of a state. The mayor of Delhi now has more powers than those who enjoy a half-finished state or a territory of the union. This is the reason why the Municipal Corporation, using its powers, carried out the sabotage action in Jahangirpuri with the help of the Delhi police, a new face of Delhi has come to the fore.
‘Double engine Ki Sarkar’ is the political formula given by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Due to the different flags and different election symbols of the BJP and the Aam Aadmi Party, this dual-engine formula between the BJP government in the Center and the Aam Aadmi Party government in Delhi could not function as actively as in Delhi. States like Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Karnataka, Assam, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, etc. After consolidating the three municipal corporations and giving them more powers than the Delhi government, now the people of Delhi also have a dual engine government.
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The dual-engine government is well suited for arbitrary acts and actions according to its political agenda. Following the electoral success of the bulldozer administration in Uttar Pradesh, the country’s largest state, this form of government is also rapidly being adopted in other BJP-governed states. It has been tested in full preparation in Khargone of Madhya Pradesh and Delhi, the country’s capital. This government-excavator model is receiving the same support from the devastated urban and semi-urban stretches, as inflation and unemployment appear to be receiving ongoing support.
Since the Aam Aadmi Party has neither the resistance nor the character to oppose this new anti-democratic model of governance on the ground, instead of opposing it, given the forthcoming elections to the Municipal Corporation of Delhi, the Rohingya Muslims are trying to strengthen their political ground by giving community form to the Jahangirpuri case. But as he does so, he forgets that the BJP is a bigger champion of the game than his “B team.”