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Pakistan’s positive association with Indian democracy and elections

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The results of the opinion survey found that The Ram Temple construction issue did not attract many voters. Hindu voters were pleased that a Ram temple was built. But this is not a reason for voting Yes according to these opinions. The abrogation of Jammu and Kashmir’s special constitutional status will certainly have an impact on voters.

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Even though the democratic and electoral system in Pakistan is not stable in its tracks even after seventy years. But perhaps few people know that the foundations of Indian democracy include Pakistan’s constitution and the electoral system that matter.

When the Constituent Assembly of United India came into existence in December 1946, prominent Dalit leader Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar Creator of the Indian Constitution Lost election from Mumbai But with the support of another important Dalit leader, Joginder Nath Mandal and Hussain Shahid Suhrawardy, he contested by-elections from the Jasur-Khulna (now Bangladesh) seat with the support of the Muslim League. and was successfully elected as a member of the Constitutional Drafting Assembly.

in order to get Ambedkar The Muslim League therefore requested the resignation of its members and held a by-election to vacate this seat. He was later appointed chairman of the constitution drafting committee. Six months later, when Jasur-Khulna was incorporated into East Pakistan under Radcliffe Ewar, the Congress was forced to vacate its seat in Mumbai and hold new elections. There, it enabled Ambedkar to become a member and chairman of the constitution-making committee.

In the first general election after the completion and enforcement of the Constitution Ambedkar lost the election again. After that he also tried his luck in the by-elections. But he was defeated in that election as well. When the second general election arrived He has reformed the world.

Another Pakistani connection with successful regular elections in India is that the indelible ink used on voters’ fingers while casting their ballots was invented by a Pakistani scientist. Pakistan Ink was smeared on fingers to discourage counterfeit voting. and prevent duplicate voting And it is difficult to remove for several days.

Founding Chairman of the National Science Council of Pakistan Salim-ul-Zaman Siddiqui is the founder. He is Chaudry’s younger brother. Khaliq-ul-Zaman Prominent leaders of the Muslim League and worked at the Council for Industrial Scientific Research (CSIR) before partition.

Saleem Al-Summan Siddiqui, Photo: Wikipedia

Saleem Al-Summan Siddiqui, Photo: Wikipedia

Former governor and civil servant Gopal Kishan Gandhi, who is also Mahatma Gandhi’s grandson, said that even before the Constituent Assembly elections, British officials at the time requested House leader Shanti Sarup Bhatnagar to find out which voters had cast his vote

He gave this responsibility to his deputy. His deputy, Salim-ul-Zaman, Bhatnagar himself was a famous chemist. He ordered Salim-ul-Zaman to Conduct an experiment on silver chloride. It must also be remembered that chemicals should not cause any harm to human skin. It is said that Salim-ul-Zaman A new solution containing silver chloride and silver bromide has been developed. And in the experimental process, it was found that the marks are very long-lasting and do not cause any damage to the skin.

This is how this selective ink was developed. after the division Salim-ul-Zaman move to pakistan But it left ink in India. It was used in the first general election held in 1951 and has been used in every election since.

In polling booths where paper ballots are now being replaced by electronic voting machines There is still nothing that can replace this ink. This type of ink is now widely industrialized in India and exported to dozens of countries.

This ink is used in elections in 31 developing democracies around the world. It was also used in Türkiye until 2009.

Gopal Kishan Gandhi suggested that the ink be named Siddique ink to connect the name of its inventor. But in the present Indian establishment Hardly anyone listened to his suggestions.

Did you know that the Pakistani ruler accepted the offer and kept his name Siddique Anak?

The seven-phase elections in India will end on June 1. A unique feature of this election campaign is that unlike in 2019, the Bharatiya Janata Party leadership has not used Pakistan much, except for occasional statements.

This time, he hopes the people will accept his promise to build a Ram temple. and ending the special constitutional status of Jammu and Kashmir. and make the state a state

But from the public opinion survey The Ram Temple construction issue did not attract many voters. Hindu voters were pleased that a Ram temple was built. But this is not a reason for voting Yes according to these opinions. The abrogation of Jammu and Kashmir’s special constitutional status will certainly have an impact on voters.

Because it was publicized in such a way that the average electorate thought that Jammu and Kashmir could belong to Pakistan. Prime Minister Narendra Modi then liberated Pakistan and annexed it to India.

A friend of mine was undergoing treatment for a close relative at the famous Tata Memorial Cancer Institute in Mumbai. He said that once an old woman learned that he was from Kashmir. She sympathizes with him and tells him that Modi saved you from Pakistan.

She would innocently give them breakfast water. by convincing them that she favors Modi’s move to end his atrocities on innocent people in Kashmir. and unite them with India.

This is the case in big cities like Mumbai. But colleagues traveling across the country to cover the election say similar propaganda is being spread in rural areas via university WhatsApp.

Such an environment is being created, as in 1971 when Indira Gandhi annexed Pakistan and made it Bangladesh. They were told that earlier it was impossible for them to go to Kashmir. which Modi made possible

The BJP has set up 30,000 call centers across the country. A similar lesson is being taught to voters. At Lal Chowk in Srinagar, people were made to stand with a tricolor in their hand with the caption, Is this possible before August 2019?

Similarly, 5.8 million people are being brainwashed every day through the Singapore Reporting and Analysis (SERL) app. 370 call centers have been set up by parties where citizens are ideologically engaged.

In a speech about the election The Prime Minister himself has highlighted allegations of injustice done to Hindus during Muslim rule. and fomenting religious polarization to incite Hindus to take revenge on Muslims. The invasions of India between the 12th and 16th centuries and the partition of India and Pakistan in 1947 are important events in the country’s history. Hindu nationalists refer to these as historical traumas. And it has been openly used in elections to create a narrative of anger, fear and anxiety among the Hindu majority.

In the election manifesto issued by the BJP, besides restoring the ancient glory and values ​​of Hinduism, It also promised to disseminate relevant messages of Lord Rama and Ramayana.

It also promises to introduce Rama as a symbol to the world and restore the status of the global heritage of Indian Hindu civilization.

That is, this time the people are being deprived of the promise of restoring the glory of ancient India.

Mahatma Gandhi and Buddha are used as moral symbols or moral compasses of Indian diplomacy. Reading the BJP manifesto, we feel that this place will be given to Lord Ram after they return to power.

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