Prime Minister’s I-Day Speech: Reaffirming Bharat
by Hari Om on 16 Aug 2020 10 Comments

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s address to the nation on August 15, 2020 will go down in history as a scathing attack on medieval invaders who, according to him, unleashed a reign of senseless brutalities on Bharat to hurt her very atma (soul) and destroy her glorious civilisation, rich culture, and invaluable traditions, and loot her. Narendra Modi’s declamation from the Red Fort makes him the first Prime Minister post-1947 to set the record straight and call the bluff of the secularists’ and scholars of the JNU-genre of history.


Above all, Modi’s statement that Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh got independence from (the obnoxious) Article 370 also constituted a blistering attack on Jawaharlal Nehru and his loyalists, the post-1947 political leadership in J&K, and the sundry separatists and jihadists, who are too well-known to be named.


Bharat must celebrate August 5 as Independence Day. For it is on this day that Bharat finally erased one of the most provocative symbols of our slavery when the nation conducted the Ram Mandir Bhumi Pujan at Ayodhya.


It was on this day in 2019 that the pernicious 35A, Article 370 and separate J&K Constitution and separate flag were consigned to oblivion. And the peculiar 72-year-old non-nationalist (for want of a better word) rule ended in the erstwhile kingdom of Maharaja Hari Singh.



Did India/Bharat attain independence from Britain on August 15, 1947? Not at all. On that day, the United Kingdom only transferred power to the Indian National Congress that it had founded in Bombay in 1885 to defeat the ongoing freedom struggle in Bharat and destroy and dismember her.


Viceroy Louis Mountbatten acted as Governor General till September 1948, and the Army Chief remained a Briton.


India was misruled by the Government of India Act 1935 until January 1950; the Act was designed to ruthlessly destroy and divide Bharat and create schisms in our society. Sadly, 90 per cent of the Constitution of India of 1950 is based on the 1935 Act.


From August 14-15, 1947 and for many months thereafter, Pakistan was created by London with the collaboration of Mohammad Ali Jinnah and Gandhi-Nehru, taking away our Sindh, North West Frontier Province, and the bulk of Bengal and Punjab. Millions of Hindus and Sikhs were butchered. Hindu and Sikh women in thousands were raped, converted and forcibly married.


The sacred places of Hindus and Sikhs were desecrated, destroyed and burnt down. Millions of Hindus and Sikhs were displaced and their properties burnt down and looted.


Despite this, a few months later, Nehru handed over 33 per cent of Jammu and Kashmir’s Territories (called PoJK and Gilgit-Baltistan) to Pakistan. These areas became Hindu-Sikh- free in just a few months. Over 80,000 Hindus and Sikhs were murdered. Many Hindu and Sikh women were auctioned in the Lahore, Rawalpindi markets, and enslaved. Some Muslims also lost their lives, but not one Muslim became a refugee.



Bharat began to attain freedom only after May 2014, when the nation gave 282 seats to Narendra Modi; then the people of Uttar Pradesh gave 325 seats to Yogi Aditya Nath and again in 2019, the nation gave 303 seats to Prime Minister Modi.


A real freedom movement is on and Bharat will attain full freedom when there will be a National Register of Citizens (NRC), National Population Register (NPR), Uniform Civil Code (UCC), when Hindu temples and Hindu educational institutions are freed from government control and when we have our own indigenous constitution. 

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