ईवीएम मशीन का चित्र, केवल प्रदर्शन के लिए. फोटो: इंद्रनील भौमिक/ मिंट, मार्फत गेट्टी इमेजेज
‘नोटा कोई नकारवाद नहीं बल्कि आज का राजनीतिक आदर्शवाद है. यह ‘राजनीति में नैतिकता के लिए फिर से जगह बना रहा है’मतगणना वाले दिन सुबह आप दो चीजें बार-बार सुन रहे होंगे- भाजपा गुजरात में फिर से सरकार बनाने जा रही है (यह कोई आश्चर्य की बात नहीं थी); कांग्रेस ने वहां अच्छी चुनौती दी (यह तो राजनीतिक पार्टी का काम ही है और इसके लिए उसे पीठ ठोकने की जरूरत नहीं है).
NOTA is not nihilism. It is political idealism, it is ‘taking back the moral space in politics’. The two things you have heard all morning on the counting day are: The BJP will form the next government in Gujarat – no real surprises there. The Congress put up a good fight in Gujarat – that’s the job of a political party, that doesn’t call for a pat on the back. But the real good news for the Indian political culture is that NOTA, a nascent, leaderless political movement is growing.
The Rajasthan murder video, Hadiya, Rahul Gandhi’s religion have unleashed our collective anxieties about mixed-faith marriages. If you are horrified about the latest Rajasthan murder video, then the Hadiya case and the brouhaha over Rahul’s temple visitor-book entry fall in the same spectrum. All of them unleash our collective anxieties about mixed-faith marriages.
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Selecting a term
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