Hindu Rashtram Party

via P. Deivamuthu published on February 8, 2012

Dear Friends,

I am planning to form a political party – Hindu Rashtram Party (HRP). You will ask me – what is the need for one more political party? what is it going to achieve?

My answer is: I am trying to do what others don’t. I was looking for a party which will stand for a Hindu Nation. But I fail to find one. Hence, I am coming forward to form one myself. However, if any party adopts all my policies, I will not hesitate to dissolve my party.

HRP is not interested in electoral politics, for the time being, nor am I going to fight elections. Hence HRP does not bother as to how many people will vote for it. In fact, it will act at an intellectual level, just showing the way for gradually establishing a Hindu Nation, strictly following the rule of law and democratic ways.

HRP considers all those living in Bharat as Hindus, irrespective of whether they go to temple, mosque or church, as religion is their personal choice.

HRP believes in Equality of all Indians, irrespective of castes, creed and religion, as enshrined in the preamble of our constitution. Hence, HRP demands the abrogation of article 29 (Protection of interests of minorities) and article 30 (Rights of minorities to establish and administer educational institutions). (Same is the case with Article 370). Ironically, the constitution has no where defined ‘minorities’. So, the natural question is: upto how many percent, a group will be considered as minority? Articles 29 & 30 ultra vires the constitution and hence should be deleted.

HRP demands the scrapping of reservation for minorities and SC & ST. Reservation, if at all needed, should be based on the economic condition of the families and that too in education alone. It should have no relation to caste and religion. Jobs will be provided only on merit.

HRP stands for removal of caste system. The best method to do this is to abolish surnames. Every citizens name should be written like this – R.S. Rahul.  Expanded, it can be written as Rajiv Sonia Rahul. The name Gandhi is automatically abolished. Writing the name in this way also makes one revere his father and (most importantly) mother, strengthening family bond and promoting social values.

HRP demands removal of all subsidies to religious groups.

As USA, UK and Australia proudly say that their culture is Christian and the people of other faiths will be tolerated, HRP will also declare that the culture of Bharat is Hindu and people of other faiths will be tolerated. India will not assimilate their culture. On the contrary, every effort will be made to assimilate them into our culture.

HRP believes that Islam and Christianity are more of political ideologies and have continuously been capturing landscapes, by converting the local people and obliterating their culture. The present landscape of Bharat is also becoming vulnerable to their ideologies. HRP will campaign to protect Mother Bharat from such inimical forces.

The ultimate aim of Hindu Rashtram Party is to make India into a Hindu Nation. If it comes to power, HRP will amend the constitution so as to create a Dharma Sansad consisting of leading Sadhus, Sants, Shankaracharyas and Matathipatis, which will elect  one Rashtrapati and Four Uprashtrapatis, for a period of Five years.

The Rashtrapati and Upa-Rashtrapathis will be installed at the Rashtrapathi Bhavan with a Pooja/Yagna and Raja Abishek. The four Upa-Rashtrapathis will be stationed at the four regions of the country.

The Rashtrapathi, in consultation with the Upa-Rashtrapathis, will appoint Governors for all states. The Rashtrapathi, Upa-Rashtrapathis and the Governors of all states will form a Constituent Assembly and adopt our present Constitution, with appropriate changes if necessary. There need not be any major changes in the present set-up and the three wings – Legislature, Executive and Judiciary – could be maintained. The federal structure, as is existing today, could also be retained.
Since the Rashtrapathi and the Upa-Rashtrapathis will be selected by the Dharma Sansad, they (as also the Governors to be appointed by them) will definitely be men of character and integrity. That itself will solve most of the problems – social, economic and political.

The Election Commission will be under the direct control of the Rashtrapati. Only those persons who have obtained a certificate from the Election Commission will be able to stand for election as MPs and MLAs. By this method, criminals and antisocial elements can be filtered out, and only genuine social workers will be able to stand for election.

Another policy change recommended by HRP is differential voting systems. That is, those who are graduates will have two votes – one as ordinary citizen of the country and another as an awakened and educated citizen.

Hindu Rashtram Party will demand reciprocal treatment for Hindus living in non-Hindu countries and Muslims living in India. Simply put, Christians living in India will be given the same rights that Hindus living in Christian countries get. It goes without saying that Muslims living in India will be treated in the same way that Hindus are treated in Pakistan (if not in Saudi Arabia).

Politics is not bad, but many politicians are. Let us cleanse it, by entering it, and not run away from it. Also there is no alternative to democracy. Remember, any vacuum in politics will be filled up by criminals.

I invite opinion and suggestions, including provoking questions, from readers and wellwishers, at my email ID [email protected] If you have a better blue print to make India into a Hindu Nation, please come forward. I will grab it.

As Dr.  APJ Abdul Kalam said, I am dreaming, hoping one day it may become a reality.
Dear Friends,

I am planning to form a political party – Hindu Rashtram Party (HRP). You will ask me – what is the need for one more political party? what is it going to achieve?

My answer is: I am trying to do what others don’t. I was looking for a party which will stand for a Hindu Nation. But I fail to find one. Hence, I am coming forward to form one myself. However, if any party adopts all my policies, I will not hesitate to dissolve my party.

HRP is not interested in electoral politics, for the time being, nor am I going to fight elections. Hence HRP does not bother as to how many people will vote for it. In fact, it will act at an intellectual level, just showing the way for gradually establishing a Hindu Nation, strictly following the rule of law and democratic ways.

HRP considers all those living in Bharat as Hindus, irrespective of whether they go to temple, mosque or church, as religion is their personal choice.

HRP believes in Equality of all Indians, irrespective of castes, creed and religion, as enshrined in the preamble of our constitution. Hence, HRP demands the abrogation of article 29 (Protection of interests of minorities) and article 30 (Rights of minorities to establish and administer educational institutions). (Same is the case with Article 370). Ironically, the constitution has no where defined ‘minorities’. So, the natural question is: upto how many percent, a group will be considered as minority? Articles 29 & 30 ultra vires the constitution and hence should be deleted.

HRP demands the scrapping of reservation for minorities and SC & ST. Reservation, if at all needed, should be based on the economic condition of the families and that too in education alone. It should have no relation to caste and religion. Jobs will be provided only on merit.

HRP stands for removal of caste system. The best method to do this is to abolish surnames. Every citizens name should be written like this – R.S. Rahul.  Expanded, it can be written as Rajiv Sonia Rahul. The name Gandhi is automatically abolished. Writing the name in this way also makes one revere his father and (most importantly) mother, strengthening family bond and promoting social values.

HRP demands removal of all subsidies to religious groups.

As USA, UK and Australia proudly say that their culture is Christian and the people of other faiths will be tolerated, HRP will also declare that the culture of Bharat is Hindu and people of other faiths will be tolerated. India will not assimilate their culture. On the contrary, every effort will be made to assimilate them into our culture.

HRP believes that Islam and Christianity are more of political ideologies and have continuously been capturing landscapes, by converting the local people and obliterating their culture. The present landscape of Bharat is also becoming vulnerable to their ideologies. HRP will campaign to protect Mother Bharat from such inimical forces.

The ultimate aim of Hindu Rashtram Party is to make India into a Hindu Nation. If it comes to power, HRP will amend the constitution so as to create a Dharma Sansad consisting of leading Sadhus, Sants, Shankaracharyas and Matathipatis, which will elect  one Rashtrapati and Four Uprashtrapatis, for a period of Five years.

The Rashtrapati and Upa-Rashtrapathis will be installed at the Rashtrapathi Bhavan with a Pooja/Yagna and Raja Abishek. The four Upa-Rashtrapathis will be stationed at the four regions of the country.

The Rashtrapathi, in consultation with the Upa-Rashtrapathis, will appoint Governors for all states. The Rashtrapathi, Upa-Rashtrapathis and the Governors of all states will form a Constituent Assembly and adopt our present Constitution, with appropriate changes if necessary. There need not be any major changes in the present set-up and the three wings – Legislature, Executive and Judiciary – could be maintained. The federal structure, as is existing today, could also be retained.
Since the Rashtrapathi and the Upa-Rashtrapathis will be selected by the Dharma Sansad, they (as also the Governors to be appointed by them) will definitely be men of character and integrity. That itself will solve most of the problems – social, economic and political.

The Election Commission will be under the direct control of the Rashtrapati. Only those persons who have obtained a certificate from the Election Commission will be able to stand for election as MPs and MLAs. By this method, criminals and antisocial elements can be filtered out, and only genuine social workers will be able to stand for election.

Another policy change recommended by HRP is differential voting systems. That is, those who are graduates will have two votes – one as ordinary citizen of the country and another as an awakened and educated citizen.

Hindu Rashtram Party will demand reciprocal treatment for Hindus living in non-Hindu countries and Muslims living in India. Simply put, Christians living in India will be given the same rights that Hindus living in Christian countries get. It goes without saying that Muslims living in India will be treated in the same way that Hindus are treated in Pakistan (if not in Saudi Arabia).

Politics is not bad, but many politicians are. Let us cleanse it, by entering it, and not run away from it. Also there is no alternative to democracy. Remember, any vacuum in politics will be filled up by criminals.

I invite opinion and suggestions, including provoking questions, from readers and wellwishers, at my email ID [email protected] If you have a better blue print to make India into a Hindu Nation, please come forward. I will grab it.

As Dr.  APJ Abdul Kalam said, I am dreaming, hoping one day it may become a reality.

P. Deivamuthu
Editor, Hindu Voice.
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