only solution is that 99.9% aboriginal inhabitants of all societies
must unite and see that the elections are conducted with ballots Papers
since the Murderer of democratic institutions (Modi) had gobbled the
Master Key by tampering the fraud EVMs with its software and source kept
secret negating the Universal Adult Franchise guaranteed by our
Marvelous Modern Constitution.
Physically catch hold of the RSS
Psychopaths practicing hatred, anger, jealousy and delusion that
defilement of the mind and admit them in Mental Asylums for thetreatment
of their mental illness and treat them with Insight Meditation until
they are totally cured.
The entire world is aware of the fact
that only the 0.1% intolerant, cunning, crooked, number one terrorists
of te world, violent, militant, ever shooting, lynching, lunatic,
mentally retarded rapist Pardesi Foreigners chitpavan brahmin RSS and
all its avathars BJP (Brashtachar Jiyadha Psychopaths) VHP (Visha
Hindutva Psychopaths), ABVP (All Brahmin Visha Psychopaths) Bajan Dal
and all other time to time mushrooming avathars like Sanathan Sanstha,
Hindu Janajagruti Samiti and so on and so forth are the culprits.
Modi, Rajnath Singh, Amit Shah snd Sable concede that the following
promise had, in fact, been made, but just as a rhetoric.
Modi Asks What He Did To Deserve Insults. This Man’s Fantastic Multi-Point Reply Is Going Viral
A Facebook post ‘answering’ Modi’s question has gone viral on social media.
Anyway, this is what Murderer of democratic institution (Modi) had said
before gobbling the Master Key by tampering the fraud EVMs: “ye jo chor
lutero ke paisa videshi bankon me jama hain na…, itne bhi hum rupaye le
aaye na to bhi hindustaan ke ek ek garib aadmi ko mufat me 15–20 lakh
rupaye yu nh imil jayenge, itne rupaye hain.”
And, this is what the then Brashtachar Jiyadha Psychopaths (BJP)
President, Rajnath Singh, slave, stooge, chamcha, chela, bootlicker,
agent of just 0.1% intolerant, cunning,crooked, number one terrorists of
the world, violent, militant, ever shooting, lynching, lunatic,
mentally retarded paradesi foriegners of bene Israeli chitpavan brahmins
RSS (Rowdy rakshasa Swayam Sevaks) who is own mother’s flesh eater
claimed: if his party came to power at the Centre, it would bring back
black money stashed in foreign banks within a period of 100 days.
Amit Shah, as the BJP President, would subsequently clarify that the
promise of depositing Rs. 15 lakh in (every) bank account was only a
rhetoric. He did very well concede that the promise had, in fact, been
made, but just as a rhetoric.
never said that Rs. 15 lakh will be deposited into the accounts of
citizens. It was never in the BJP’s election manifesto,” Mr Sable said.
Here is a brief list to answer your question Mister Prime Minister:
1. For destroying India’s economy via Demonetisation and not taking responsibility for the damage it has done.
For destroying the traditional plural culture of our ancient land via
organised polarisation - not just religious, but also regional,
linguistic and cultural.
3. For destroying the profound teachings of Hinduism/ Sanatan Dharma by placing Savarkar’s fascist Hindutva as Hinduism.
4. For continuing the charade of fake nationalism when your deeds and policies are only harming India.
For being a government - not of India - but of Hindutva forces, crony
corporations and foreign vested interests - especially the Zionist
global banking cartel.
6. For false promises and falsehoods which are being spread through multiple channels everyday.
For violating the principles of the Indian Constitution by introducing
theocratic militant nationalism and anti-privacy/ anti-freedom Aadhaar.
For destroying the pillars of Democracy by de-fanging media and
institutions - which are critical to offer any semblance of truth and
9. For not listening to people and the diversity of voices - but to impose dictates via coercion and intimidation.
10. For being anti-intellectual and actively promoting the hatred of the learned and the educated.
11. For doing all the tricks in the book to curb dissent and freedom of expression.
12. For sinking all the human development indexes since 2014.
For waging a fake ‘morality play ‘of anti-corruption crusade when the
real policies of the government point to the opposite direction.
14. For hiding from unscripted questions which the people want to ask you - no single press conference since you came to power.
15. For focussing on PR, publicity, events and propaganda, but not the real issues of the nation.
16. For ruining India’s traditional ‘non-aligned’ foreign policy.
17. For instigating the ego - hate and greed - through your theatrical ‘carrot and stick’ speeches.
18. For surrounding yourself with sycophants who have no talent for governance.
19. For being obsessive about grandiose ideas/ misplaced priorities and failing to deliver.
0. For misunderstanding the meaning of ‘development’ by neglecting social justice.
For being pro-super-rich and putting the poor and the Middle class
under the technocratic Neoliberal Economic policies which have hollowed
out the West.
22. For raging a war against India via the toxic
brew of Hindutva and Neoliberalism, and destroying the people’s faith
and trust upon the government.
And you ask, what I have done to deserve this?
In 2014, Murderer of democratic institutions (Modi) promised India that
if he gobbled the Master Key by tampering the Fraud EVMs, he would lead
the country into a new golden era. Swept up by the “Ab Ki Baar, Modi
Sarkaar” slogan, several lakh Indians believed his promises of
prosperity, employment, development, and “Achhe Din” and voted him into
4 years later, what is India like today? The Modi Report Card gives you answers.
4 years after Narendra Modi came to power, India has the maximum number of unemployed people in the world!
came to power on the promise of creating 1 crore jobs every year. But
he has barely succeeded in creating 2.05 lakh jobs each year. The
unemployment rate has gone up from 3.41% in 2014 to 6.23% in 2018.
of the 4 crore jobs that were promised over 4 years, only 8.23 Lakh
jobs have been deliveredin the last 4 years (till October 2017) and,
according to the International Labour Organization, most of it
classified as vulnerable employment.Based on its estimate of the number
of people aged 15 and above, the report projects that to even maintain
constant employment rates up to 2025, India will need to create at least
80lakh jobs everyyear!
Petrol and Diesel Prices
and Diesel prices have hit an all time high in 2018! In the years when
the price of crude oil was low around the world, the BJP government kept
raising petrol and diesel prices. It is estimated that the government
earned Rs. 4.5 lakh crores every year since 2014 through excise on oil
but kept that money and did not pass on the benefits to the common
man.The big question is, “Where did all that money go?”
The other big question is - What happened to “Bahut hui petrol aur diesel ki maar/Ab ki baar, Modi Sarkaar”?
The Effects of
from creating new jobs, Narendra Modi has lost India lakhs of jobs with
that completely unnecessary blow to the economy called
‘demonetization’. According to The Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy,
demonetization cost India 15 lakh jobs between January and April 2017
99% of the money that was demonetized has now come back
into circulation. Demonetization,it turns out, was a futile exercise
that brought the RBI Rs 16,000 crores but ended up costing it Rs 21,000
crorein the printing of new notes.
Demonetization brought the GDP
growth rate gone down from 7.93% to 6.50%. It has had no impact on
terror funding either – the other big reason that was given for this
Impact on terror funding
In short, demonetization accomplished nothing other than traumatizing crores of Indians.
Bank Defaulters/NPAs :
2014 Bank defaulters, Non Performing Assets (NPAs) were worth Rs. 2.4
lakh crores. By December 2017 they shot up to Rs. 9.5 lakh crores. The
great majority of defaulters are corporations.
Bank Frauds :
promised to be the country’s chowkidaar. But under his watch, since
2014, there have been 12,787 bank frauds amounting to Rs. 17,789 crores!
promised, “Na khaoonga, na khaane doonga.” But according to Forbes,
India is today the most corrupt country in Asia! The first example that
comes to mind, of course, is the diamond merchant Nirav Modi who fled
the country after defrauding Punjab National Bank of Rs. 13,000 crores.
the other better-known escape artists like Lalit Modi and Vijay Mallya,
a total of 31 scam-tainted billionaires have also fled the country,
right under the nose of our chowkidaar. Approximately 500 Indians are
featured in the Panama list but the government has taken no action
The murderous Vyapam Scam in Madhya Pradesh
continues to haunt even as the purchase of Rafale jets from France at a
much higher price than was negotiated by the former UPA government,
casts a dark shadow of impropriety over the BJP government.
top it all, Arun Jaitley’s electoral bonds have now made it possible for
donors to donate anonymously to political parties and have made
campaign funding more opaque more opaque than ever.
Modi had claimed that after coming into power he would curb corruption,
but 4 years later, he has still not appointed a Lokpal.Perhaps it’s time
for India to get a new chowkidar?
the government’s claims to the contrary, India has become a dangerous
place for its minorities. The brutal lynching of Mohammed Akhlaq in
Dadri in 2015 on the mere suspicion of possessing beef, the murder of
young Junaid Khan aboard a train in 2017 simply because he was a Muslim
and the horrific hacking to death of Afzarul Khan, a Muslim
labourer,later that year by Shambhulal Regar on the suspicion of “love
jihad” are grim reminders of this new reality.
Atrocities on SC/STs :
were more than 33,000 cases of atrocities on SCs in 2008, but 2014 saw
45,000 cases while 2016 saw 40,800 cases, according to the National
Crime Records Bureau data.
National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB)
indicated a sharp rise in crimes against Scheduled Castes (SC) and
Scheduled Tribes (ST) and that the crime rates against the communities
has jumped eight times (746%) and 12 times (1,160%) respectively in the
Cow-related hate crimes that led to deaths have shot up:
of these attacks took place after 2014. 84% of those killed in these
attacks were Muslims. In the last 4 years, Muslims have been severely
marginalized to the point that BJP leaders have even claimed that
Muslims have no right to be in India.
The Farmer Crisis
to an average growth rate of 5.2% per annum between 2010-2014, the
agricultural growth rate has dropped to 2.4% per annum between 2014 –
The average income of a farmer across 17 states continues to be ₹20,000 a year! That works out to a mere ₹1666 a month!
BJP promised in 2014 that farmers would “50% profit above cost of
production, over and above MSP”. This never materialized. Instead 36,420
farmers committed suicide between 2014 and 2016. (Figures for 2017 and
2018 are still awaited from the government)
Loan waivers were
promised but not implemented. For example, in UP, farmers have been
given cheques of less than Rs. 10 as waivers, and asked for bribes to
waive loans. In Maharashtra and Rajasthan too there have been U-turns by
the governments on loan waivers. One of the fallouts of this was the
Kisan Long March in Maharashtra.
These states are laggards in
making MNREGA payments as well. Meanwhile, noises continue to be made
over the impact of farm loan waivers on fiscal deficit and GDP, with RBI
governor Urjit Patel calling loan waivers “a moral hazard. “
The State of Education
February 2017, Prakash Javadekar claimed that India (Centre &
states combined) was now spending 4.5% of GDP on education. However, the
figure is only 2.9% according to the Economic survey of 2016-17.
Javadekar also claimed that India is ‘progressing’ towards achieving the
6% target. But the facts show otherwise.
Government has also shut down 2 lakh government schools over the last 4
years. Instead of trying to enroll and retain children in government
schools through their mapping and recruiting qualified and trained
teachers, the unplanned closure of schools is leading to massive dropout
of children, especially girls from the tribal areas in Odisha,
Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand as well as in Rajasthan, Telangana and
The BJP is also making a concerted effort on rewriting
history in school textbooks. Mughal history is slowly disappearing from
textbooks. We may soon have a generation that will grow up without
knowing about the history of Qutub Minar and Taj Mahal.Instead, the new
textbooks have chapters on demonetisation, ‘Make in India’, the negative
impact of non-vegetarian food on health, the prime minister’s foreign
visits, cashless transactions, NITI Aayog, the 16th Lok Sabha elections,
Swachh Bharat Mission and the Paris Agreement, amongst the Modi
government’s other initiatives.
Universities: Under the garb of
granting autonomy to universities across India, the government is making
it more difficult than ever for people from socio-economically
disadvantaged backgrounds to get good quality education and is also
tampering fatally with the quality of education that will be given.
are repositories of critical thinking and independent opinions. It
should thus come as no surprise that universities like Jawaharlal Nehru
University, Hyderabad University, Aligarh Muslim University, Delhi
University and Banaras Hindu University have come under increasing
attack over the last four years. The space for free thinking in academia
and education is shrinking dangerously.
Foreign Policy & Diplomacy
Modi’s awkward hugs with world leaders make for great headlines back
home, they haven’t translated into much by way of policy.The United
Kingdom has tightened the screws on Indians working there : Of all
applications for the Tier 2 work visa, reports suggest that 36 per cent
were refused in December, 47 per cent in January, 48 per cent in
February, and 59 per cent in March. Indians are the hardest hit by these
refusals. Thus despite giving grand speeches at the Wembley stadium,
the Prime Minister has been unable to achieve much in terms of policy.
add salt to wounds, when the British Prime Minister Theresa May visited
India, she said India may have to take back some of its nationals
before its given more visas, and not a whimper of protest was raised by
the Indian government in response.
In the United States too,
India has been ineffective in persuading American public and state
opinion on the H1-B issue. Besides a few tweets from Donald Trump, India
has not been successful in persuading United States to put any
conclusive pressure on Pakistan to crack down on terrorist
India’s voice is also absent from major political issues, such as Syria and Iran.
In its immediate neighbourhood, India has become a bumbling Big Brother
The first major mistake was India’s decision to blockade Nepal in 2015, thus handing a crucial ally on a platter to China.
lethargic decision making in Maldives has meant that China has made
rapid inroads in Maldivian domestic politics. The much-celebrated Indian
involvement in Iran’s Chahbahar port may have been premature, as there
are reports that Iran has now approached China to participate in the
The Indian government’s
decision to bar Tibetans in India from holding events in Delhi is a
clear sign of submission to Chinese pressure, and a failure to show
assertiveness to Beijing in wake of the Doklam crisis.
biggest failure in the neighbourhood has been his Pakistan (non) policy.
There seems to be a clear lack of strategy that is a confused mix of
surgical strikes, surprise visits to Lahore and utter mismanagement of
domestic politics in Kashmir, to the point that the local population has
been alienated to such an extent that Pakistan will find it much easier
to interfere and delegitimize India further in the valley.
a spurt in tit-for-tat firings across the LoC has resulted in
unnecessary and mindless deaths of young soldiers, and there seems to be
no strategy in place.
Women’s Rights and Safety
horrific rape incidents and their aftermath in Kathua and Unnao are a
stark reminder of how unsafe India has become for women.
National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) found that overall rape cases have
seen an increase of 12.4% from 34,651 cases in 2015 to 38,947 in 2016.
study by Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) has found that the
BJP has the highest number of MPs and MLAs (14), followed by the Shiv
Sena (7) and the All India Trinamool Congress (6) who have declared
cases related to crime against women.
In just one year, India
slipped 21 places on the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) Global Gender Gap
index from 87th to 108th behind neighbours China and Bangladesh. WEF
said that “on average, 66% of women’s work in India is unpaid, compared
to 12% of men’s“.
90% of the funds allocated last year to Beti Bachao Beti Padhao remain unutilised!
Union and United Nations Women ranked India 148 in the world for the
number of women in Parliament. Pakistan ranked 89 and Bangladesh 91.
The Attack on The Judiciary
is in the reign of Prime Minister Modi that the Indian judicialsystem
is undergoing its biggest crisis ever! For the first time in the history
of India, 4 Supreme Court Judges addressed a press conference
expressing their grave concerns over the mismanagement of the Supreme
The mysterious death of Judge Loya who was investigating
the role of BJP President Amit Shah in an extra judicial killing, hangs
heavy over the judicial system even as the Opposition has called for the
impeachment of Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.
Destruction and Underfunding of Existing Welfare Schemes
i. The Great Aadhaar Heist
Before becoming Prime Minister, Modi tweeted:
Aadhaar, neither the Team that i met nor PM could answer my Qs on
security threat it can pose. There is no vision, only political gimmick”
“political gimmick” became legislation through the controversial Money
Bill route in 2016, with Aadhaar now practically mandatory for as many
as 139 government schemes, and a host of private services including
financial institutions and mobile connections. This has been done in
defiance of successive Supreme Court orders - the Aadhaar-SIM linking
even went as far as using the fiction that the SC directed the Telecom
Regulatory Authority of India to do so!
The linking of Aadhaar to
government welfare and subsidy schemes has caused much havoc, including
the death of as many as 30 people who were denied rations for linking
their Aadhaar. The lack of Aadhaar linking has also resulted in denial
of MNREGA wage payments, besides affecting farm loan waiver payouts,
school admissions, pension payments, treatment for AIDS and other health
services, and a host of other essential services.
Aadhaar cases pending in the Supreme Court and various High Courts have
finally been heard by the Constitution Bench, and the verdict is
ii. Healthcare and other systems of welfare depleted of funds
ranks 145th among 195 countries in terms of quality and accessibility
of healthcare. It is behind its neighbours like China, Bangladesh, Sri
Lanka and Bhutan, according to a Lancet study.
a. National Health Mission funding has been cut by 20%, and not revamped as was promised in 2014
The National Health Protection Scheme offering insurance cover
announced in 2015 was re-announced in 2018, with no outlay or no
c. In 2015, Modi slashed the budget for central AIDS
programmes by 22%; in Delhi alone, 80% of community workers were laid
off. Funding was later restored after outcry from activists.
Spending on critical welfare schemeshas been slashed consistently, only
increasing back to 2014 levels in the pre-election budget announced in
iii.Gorakhpur Hospital Children Deaths
clearest example of the neglect of public health services in India was
seen in the deaths of 60 children due to lack of supply of oxygen
cylinders at Baba Raghav Das (BRD) Medical College in Gorakhpur. The
hospital is the only tertiary care facility in the area equipped for
combating Japanese encephalitis, a deadly disease which has been a
scourge in Eastern Uttar Pradesh for many years. Dr. Kafeel Khan who
saved the lives of several children was “rewarded” for his services with
a 8-month jail sentence because the Gorakhpur incident apparently cast
the UP Chief Minister in a bad light!
many schemes that the PM has launched are largely renamed schemes from
the Congress era, several of them like Stand Up India, Skill India,
Start Up India etc are still far from achieving their targets. Also, the
Modi government’s much- announced 100 “smart cities” are nowhere to be
Wasteful Government Expenditure
a time when the country is reeling from a damaged economy, massive
unemployment and a huge agrarian crisis, the government’s unnecessary
and wasteful schemes strike a jarring note.
Notable among these
are the Sardar Patel “Statue of Unity” which will costRs. 3000 crores,
the Shivaji statue off the coast of Mumbai to cost Rs. 2500 crores and
Ram Statue in Ayodhya which will cost Rs. 330 crores. Perhaps this money
(Rs. 5830 crores) might have been better spent on providing better
healthcare facilities for India’s ailing children. This is not to
mention, of course, the Rs. 4343 crores the government has spent on
advertising and publicity the last four years.
the number of railway accidents that have taken place in recent years,
perhaps the Rs. 1.1 lakh crores that will be spent on a Bullet Train
built, could perhaps have been better utilized on making the existing
Indian railway infrastructure safer?
Misleading by Example
Prime Minister’s educational qualifications are still a mystery but it
does not stop him from telling children how to pass exams and even
writing a book on the topic. Instead of telling outright untruths like
“Nehru did not visit Bhagat Singh” and “Nehru insulted Cariappa”,
perhaps PM Modi would do well to remember that misquoting history does
not change it. He would also do well to remember that it does not
behoove the Prime Minister of a country to follows vicious and
misogynistic trolls on Twitter or lavish praise on lewd and obscene
Gagging The Media
has now slipped to 136th place in the World Press Freedom Index. In
2017 alone, 12 journalists either murdered or killed in suspicious
situations. The largest democracy in the world thus emerges as one of
the most hazardous places for media persons after Mexico, Syria, Iraq,
Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen, and Somalia.
And while Modi is yet
to address a genuinely open Press Conference, the Ministry of
Information & Broadcasting has done its best to curtail the freedom
of not just mainstream media but social media as well. Some independent
and freethinking portals and media professionals continue to fight the
good fight, nonetheless.
Cobrapost’s most recent sting operation shows just how compromised much of the mainstream media really is!
An Eco-Unfriendly Government
is 177th in the Environmental Performance Index among 180 countries! In
the last few years, India’s resources have been looted with impunity.
are not aware of the role the “Project Monitoring Group” (PMG) of the
Prime Minister’s Office has played in causing environmental havoc. The
role of the PMG is to enable investors (FDI of Rs 500 Crore or Indian Rs
1000 Crore) to log in to the e-Suvidha portal and seek intervention in
changing policies, obtaining clearances and changing rules to facilitate
them!Once uploaded, the PMG officials chase down the appraisal
authorities to expedite the clearances without proper due-diligence!
look at the current list of 914 projects in this portal is clearly
indicative of the grossly climate unfriendly approach the government has
unleashed. This has completely undermined laws and policies; the
mindless and relentless pursuit of “ease-of-doing-business” is
completely destroying the edifices of the regulatory and oversight
One dreads to think if further improvement in the
facilitation of destructive corporate activities have to be undertaken,
how much more degradation of environment and quality of life we need to
The wrecking of the Yamuna flood plains by Sri Sri Ravi
Shankar’s World Cultural Festival in 2016, the fact that the Ganga still
remains polluted despite the much touted Namami Ganga scheme, and most
recently the damage caused by Sterlite/Vedanta copper smelting plant in
Tuticorin, the resulting public anger and the gunning down of 11
protestors by the police, serve as stark reminders of the non-existent
priority the current government places on environmental wellbeing.
thanks to: Environmental governance over the past four years – From
“Promises & Reality” - Citizens’ Report on four years of the NDA
Government 2014-2018 (Page 45 – 48)
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Modi Report Card | From 2014 To 2018
2014,Modi promised India that if he became Prime Minister, he would
lead the country into a new golden era. Swept up by the “Ab Ki Baar,
Modi Sarkaar” slogan, several lakh Indians believed his promises of
prosperity, employment, development, and “Achhe Din” and voted him into
VR Damerla firstname.lastname@example.org [IHRO]
31 May at 5:47 AM
bother. Murderer of demovratic institutions (Modi) has perfected the
art of ignoring the promises he makes and fabricating facts to suit his
th conveniences. Only people blind to this are the Rowdy Rakshasa
Swayam Sevak (RSS) and BJP (Brashtachar Jiyadha Psychopath) Bhakts.