An impressionistic history of the
South Asian Subcontinent
VED from VICTORIA INSTITUTIONS
It is foretold! The torrential flow of inexorable destiny!
Vol 1 - An ephemeral glance at feudal languages!
39. The craving and the urge to achieve by means of shortcuts
As of now, the Constitution of India is getting despoiled in the hands of a group of individuals who have no calibre, capacity, urge or interest to understand or imbibe or internalise its spirit and core ideology.
Instead of upgrading the quality of the populations here, that they might be able to imbibe the superb ideologies of this great book which promote and proclaim various kinds of human rights and dignities which are not part of the traditions or antiquity of this subcontinent, these individuals are in a hurry to gather achievements through shortcuts.
The current-day administrators of this nation, instead of improving the English standards of the people here to the levels of the glorious standards of the Constitution, are busy trying to bring down the quality of the Constitution itself, by bringing it down to the grasp of the very sinister language codes, which have already degraded the human quality here.
The action of translating the Constitution into Hindi and other feudal languages is just the pioneering steps in this direction. The people are made to understand this is a great pro-people action. The people also, in the heights of their foolishness, applaud this action. For, they are not aware that when the Constitution is translated into feudal languages, many of the superb rights and dignities assured to them would simply vanish into thin air.
As of now, political leaders have proclaimed that if need be, they will rewrite the Constitutions to make it in sync with the ‘Indian Culture’.
I will try to give a brief hint of what would be the soul and spirit of the ‘rewritten into Indian Culture Constitution of India’.
I have not seen the Constitution of India which has been translated into ‘Indian’ languages. Also, I do not have much experience with governmental rules and other statutory writings in feudal languages.
In these kinds of statutory Acts, Rules and other writings, would not the words: You, Your, Yours, He, His, Him, She, Her, Hers etc. get spilt into various levels of persons? Would not the people of this nation get thrown apart into different levels of citizenship and rights and dignities?
In the judicial courts in the Hindi hinterlands, would not the common man be a Thum and USS? At the same time, persons of social or political or governmental stature cannot be contained in these words. If such a terrific infringement of the right to equal dignity encoded in the Constitution of India is being done in a judicial court, can such courts be allowed to function?
If all governmental actions are going to be done as per the stipulations of the culture and traditions of this location, then what is the need for a Constitution, and statutory laws and rules?
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