Displeasure of Jats due to mimicry incident may cost India alliance heavily in elections.


The way a Trinamool Congress (TMC) MP made fun of Rajya Sabha Chairman and powerful Jat leader Jagdish Dhankhar inside the temple of democracy, Parliament House, and Congress MP Rahul Gandhi made a video of it laughingly, it shocked people of Rajasthan, Haryana and Western India. The Jats of Uttar Pradesh are very angry. Jat community can launch a big movement against this by calling a Mahapanchayat. This kind of attitude of the opposition just before the general elections is like hitting an ax in its own feet. There may be no loss to Mamata Banerjee’s party in West Bengal due to the mimicry scandal of TMC MP, but Rahul Gandhi’s shameful act of making the video can have a big impact in the politics of western Uttar Pradesh including Rajasthan and Haryana, whose India alliance is part of. No one should be surprised if it has to suffer huge losses. At the same time, BJP seems to be benefiting from the mimicry scandal.

As soon as the mimicry scandal came to light, the Bahujan Samaj Party, while clearing its stand in this matter, called the incident an accident, but due to the silence of Samajwadi Party leader Akhilesh Yadav and National Party leader Chaudhary Jayant Singh, who are part of the Indian alliance, the Jat community Quite hurt. If these two leaders do not clear their stand in time, then the Indian Alliance may have to face a severe defeat in many seats in Jat dominated western Uttar Pradesh in the Lok Sabha elections.

Actually, the Rajya Sabha Chairman is also the ex-officio Vice President. Jagdeep Dhankhar is an old Jat leader. He has also come of age. Jat community is dominant in New Delhi and surrounding areas. The Jat community may vote for anyone but seems united on the insult of an eminent personality of the society. Anyway, making fun of the body language of an elderly man is very rude. Even if this is done by an MP, it is indeed a matter of embarrassment for Indian democracy.

What TMC MP Kalyan Banerjee did is wrong, but what Rahul Gandhi did comes in the category of extreme indecency. If Rahul Gandhi had not made the video, perhaps this matter would not have come to light because nowadays many people were making videos of the mimicry of many famous personalities and many people keep making fun of all the respected people of the country by copying their body language. It is possible that this happens every now and then in Parliament also. Who knows Kalyan Banerjee? It is possible that before this, Kalyan Banerjee may have made fun of PM Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah in this way, but since no one knows Kalyan Banerjee, the matter does not gain momentum. Rahul Gandhi is the biggest leader of the largest opposition party. If India alliance comes into existence and wins the elections, then we can also see him becoming the PM. Therefore, making his video will not be digested at all by the people and especially the Jat community. Whereas Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge says that it is wrong to link it with the Jat community.

On the other hand, the Jat community of Western Uttar Pradesh in and around Delhi has protested in support of the Vice President of India and Rajya Sabha Chairman Jagdeep Dhankhar. In support of Jagdeep Dhankhar, Palam head Surendra Solanki said that we have called a meeting of prominent people on this issue. At present the Panchayat has not been called yet. He said that either TMC MPs should apologize or we will hold a panchayat on a large scale and if possible, we will also surround the houses of TMC MPs. Surendra Solanki said that those responsible for displaying the gesture of the Vice President should apologize as soon as possible. He said that Jat community will not tolerate the insult to the farmer family. Why was the Chairman of Rajya Sabha insulted? Because he was born in a farmer family? I hope that along with apologizing herself, Mamata Banerjee will also work to get her MPs to apologize. He said that such an incident should not have happened.

-Sanjay Saxena

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