THE CULTURE COMMITTEE OF MODI GOVERNMENT IS A FARCE TO DESIGN INDIA UNIPOLAR- SDPIPRESS RELEASENew Delhi, September 18th, 2020
Modi Government under a long-term sinister plan to convert the multi-cultural idea of India of divergent ethnic, linguistic and religious country to a society based on unipolar character, has set up a committee for the study of origin and evolution of Indian culture that consists of members mostly from the background of a particular ideology and studded with a single caste. Half of the committee members belong to a single caste. It is noteworthy that India consists of 4,635 communities and castes. It is home of believers of all the major religions of the world. Apart from the followers of the biggest religions of the world, hundreds of indigenous and divergent faiths and beliefs are an integral part of Indian ethos.This disputed committee set up by the Modi Government has no member from the vast population of minorities, Dalits, North-east Regions and Tribals and it is also reported that adequate representation has not been given to South Indians, as well. It is well known that most of the Indian sects have their own different and divergent values and cultures. When a committee is set up to study the origin and evolution of Indian culture, it is incumbent that the committee should have an inclusive character comprising of representatives of all views. It has been well settled by the founding fathers of the country that India may not be represented by a single religion or by a single caste. Since the formation of the BJP government there have been concerted efforts to make India a unipolar country, dominated by a particular section of people sidelining all others. The formation of this committee is a sinister design to change the idea of amicability and harmony and to indoctrinate the coming generations with mythology, irrational characteristics, enslavement and inequality.SDPI takes strong exception to the formation of a unipolar committee which may jeopardise the well rooted multiplicity of cultures, languages and values of Indian society, and demands that this committee must forthwith be dissolved and reconstituted by giving adequate representation to all the existing cultures, ethnicities and the regions so that there may be a true and combined representation.