Voices are silent in custody

February 07 2021

The emerging trend of a new era is out of the league. It is no longer easy for people to raise voice by being involved in protests. Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, who is a byproduct of the JP movement, is no longer able to digest disagreeable voices. A notice issued by the Bihar Police Headquarters said that now those participating in the agitation and demonstrations will not get government jobs. The Government of Uttarakhand has also issued a similar ‘Tughlaqi decree’ saying that it will not issue passports to those who participate in such protests. The Aam Aadmi Party, which was the result of Anna Hazare’s movement, is in control of the government of Delhi today. Even in Delhi, a unique decree is being heard that it will not be easy for people involved in the protests to get their driving license. In the notice issued by the government in Bihar, it is stated that in the character certificate of those detained during the agitation and demonstration, the police will make a detailed mention of the individual’s ‘doings’, then such people will not get a government job. A few days before this, the Bihar government issued a notice stating that action will be taken against those who write objectionable pieces about the Chief Minister, state government ministers, and officials on social media. Does this mean that the beginning of democracy ends at the polling booth itself?

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