North-East gets rid of violent left politics

Kashmir Times. Dated: 3/7/2018 2:58:28 PM

Dear Editor
A leading Russian left-ideologist Trotsky had once made a forecast, and rightly too, that left ideology once would lose its existence from media-headlines to find its place in history-books. Same has proved to be true when even an honest image of former Chief Minister Manik Sarkar (CPM) of Tripura could not prevent a complete collapse of left forces not only in Tripura but even in complete north-east India. Now left parties are shrunk to just Kerala but more importantly to their breeding-centre at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) at New Delhi.
Other advantage of results of north-east state-assemblies is that vastly neglected region in last seventy years of independence has now by and large politically aligned itself with a leading national party rather than opting for regional parties. New emerging political realignments with careful political strategy of BJP-RSS combine may even National People Party with 19 seats merge into BJP. However regret is that another national party Congress till now dominating north-east politics has lost its ground completely in Tripura and Nagaland evidently because of forced dynastic leadership of a politically immature national President who preferred personal visit to Italy rather to oversee election-results drowning his party to a situation of nowhere. While Rahul Gandhi suddenly projected himself as a devout Hindu during Gujarat elections, a leading left leader Sitaram Yechuri was observed recalling Ramayana episode after crushing defeat of left in north-east.
Now political strategist should take it as their national duty to free JNU at New Delhi from becoming a breeding centre for left and decisive forces. Of course, only state left Kerala is the natural political target to make India completely free from left ideology with violent practices.
--Subhash Chandra Agrawal
1775 Kucha Lattushah
Dariba, Chandni Chowk
DELHI 110006 (India)



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