Letter of 108 former bureaucrats to PM Modi


Appeals to stop hate politics; Questioned silence, reminded everyone's support, everyone's trust A group of former bureaucrats have written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. It is hoped in the letter that PM Modi will put an end to the 'hate politics' allegedly being run by the BJP-controlled governments with full 'dedication'. There are more than 100 bureaucrats in the letter-writing group. While the group has questioned PM Modi's silence on hate politics, it also reminded him of his mantra of 'Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas and Sabka Vishwas'. In an open letter, the group said that we are witnessing a frenzy of hate-filled destruction in a country where not only Muslims and members of other minority communities are at the altar of sacrifice, but also the Constitution itself.

The letter has the signatures of 108 former bureaucrats, including many eminent personalities. Among them are former Lieutenant Governor of Delhi Najeeb Jung, former National Security Advisor (NSA) of the country Shivshankar Menon, former Foreign Secretary Sujata Singh, former Home Secretary GK Pillai and former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's Principal Secretary TKS Nair. All of them have written in the letter that as former civil servants, it is not normal that we have to present our feelings in this way, but the speed with which the constitutional structure created by our founders is being destroyed. Forcing us to speak up and express our anger and pain.

The letter said that violence against minority communities, especially Muslims, has increased in the last few years and months. This violence has taken a new frightening form in all those states including Assam, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Karnataka and Uttarakhand where the BJP is in power. Among these, Delhi is such a state, where the control of the police is with the central government. The former bureaucrats have written that we believe that this threat is unprecedented and that not only constitutional morality and ethics are in danger, but it is also likely to destroy our social fabric, which our Constitution has been so careful to preserve. has been prepared from.

The question has also been raised about the silence of Prime Minister Modi in the letter. It is written in the letter that in the face of this huge social threat, your silence is going to suppress it. We appeal to your conscience to sincerely implement our promise 'Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas'. We hope that in this 'Azadi Ke Amrit Mahotsav', you will rise above the partisan views and appeal for an end to the hate politics on which the governments of the states controlled by your party are working diligently.


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