For the second time in less than a year, PM Modi spoke against cow vigilantism. But does that going to have any effect on Gau Rakshaks or the mob that has erupted in recent times? Read the list to understand why this second warning from PM Modi too, is bound to fall on deaf ears.
The systematic brainwash of the middle classThe way our middle class acts nowadays is a worrying sign. They look like robots in a galactic army who go on to do what's best for their master.
Herd mentalityThere is something fundamental about us humans that makes us vulnerbale to herd mentality. We just want to be a part of any crowd. We stop thinking as an individual the minute we find ourselves in a group of people.
flailing economyThe Economic slowdown is a really important factor when it comes to considering the number of people who are left jobless and have nothing better to do. It's this very kind of people who fall prey to such propaganda.
The burden of democracyPolitical parties remain aware of the factors that keep them relevant in the contemporary politics. In the name of democracy and vote count, political parties don't solve a problem completely and rather keep them safe for the future use.
Lack of political opportunitiesIn the current political discourse, it is really hard for any political party worker to make his/her way up. With high aspirations in heart and no time in hand the only option that remains is a shortcut like cow vigilantism which ensures full media coverage and a quick rise through the ranks.
Double speakPeople have come to grips with the political double speak of BJP and Narendra Modi over the course of last three years.
And lastly, No regard for Gau SevaBapu asked Indians to spare some time for Gau Seva as he was of the opinion that cow is an animal that can make a nation self-reliant. But today's mob is not interested in Gau Seva at all. The political aspirations and personal score setting are at the forefront of all this hullaballoo. PM Modi can speak all he wants but unless he is willing to change his political stance there is no hope either for COWS or India.