The Government’s choice to announce August 14 as “Parcel Horrors Remembrance Day” drew sharp analysis from the Congress and other Opposition parties. Excepting the Bahujan Samaj Party which upheld the move and the Samajwadi Party which declined to remark, the Opposition’s refrain was that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was playing “disruptive legislative issues” over the penance and injury of individuals destroyed by Partition.
“The disruptive trickery of the Prime Minister stands uncovered,” said Congress boss representative Randeep Surjewala in a proclamation. “When there are no races, PM shows his adoration for Pakistan and compliments the adjoining country on March 22, the day Muslim League passed the ‘Parcel Resolution’ in 1940, and salutes it on each August 14. Yet, when races are close, he begins diversionary legislative issues at home.”
Surjewala additionally shared the PM’s complimentary letters to Pakistan on August 14 and tweets on March 22. “It appears arrangements are going full speed ahead to rehash the ‘Shamshan-Kabristan’ dramatization taking into account the looming UP decisions,” he said.
Patriot Congress Party pioneer Majeed Memon said it was smarter to “fail to remember August 14” than to recall “the gigantic loss of lives, disharmony and scorn which were the aftermath of Partition.” He added: “Assuming the PM needs individuals to recollect that we need to live in harmony and concordance, then, at that point he should advise his BJP chiefs to abstain from spreading toxin towards the minority local area.”
The Trinamool Congress, as well, pummeled the move. “Who are individuals answerable for Partition? The Muslim League, the Hindu Mahasabha and the RSS were all similarly mindful… By announcing Partition Horrors Remembrance Day, the PM can’t discount the ugliest human misfortune that had influenced individuals of Punjab and Bengal in 1946-47,” TMC’s Sukhendu Sekhar Ray revealed to The Indian Express.”Neither the BJP nor the Congress would need real history to be educated to youthful Indians since, in such a case that they realized what really happened neither would get support.”Another key Opposition party DMK communicated its analysis. “Autonomous India is 75 years of age however you are attempting to revive the contempt between the networks. India was never one country, there were many royal states and Mahatma Gandhi joined them to battle for opportunity,” party representative TKS Elangovan, told”It might be his (Pm’s) see. It can’t be the country’s view. Many individuals won’t concur with it. It was a miserable day. However, was there any other option? It’s been 75 years. What are we remembering?” requested BJD MP and pioneer from the gathering in Lok Sabha Bhratruhari Mahtab.
Said CPM’s Politburo part Mohammed Salim: “The individuals who really took part in the opportunity battle have chosen to zero in on our brilliant past, while the individuals who never partook (in the development), however rather spread mutual disdain and mobs, are presently requiring a Partition Horrors Day? All things considered, we ought to be looking forward and assembling a comprehensive, popularity based, common India.
The Rashtriya Janata Dal blamed the PM for “twofold guidelines”. “I might want to demand the Prime Minister that there is no requirement for a Partition Horrors (Day)… The repulsions saw during the Covid pandemic, focus on that. No PM has at any point composed letters (to Pakistan) on Pakistan’s Independence day, presently a ton of letters are being composed – this is a twofold norm,” said party representative and Rajya Sabha MP Manoj Jha.While a Samajwadi Party representative declined to remark, the Bahujan Samaj Party upheld the move. “We concur with the declaration made by the Prime Minister and the Home Ministry. The Partition of our nation was a snapshot of torment and distress. A huge number of individuals were dislodged,” party MP Malook Nagar said.
“Accordingly, we ought to recollect fourteenth August in that manner… The Central government just as state governments, association priests and state pastors, previous clergymen, MPs and MLAs ought to set up an air that a similar reasoning may never emerge again.”