URL - http://theghousediary.blogspot.com/2014/05/us-policy-on-india-and-modi-needs-to.html
are a Democracy and each one of us has the freedom to express our
differences without fear, but yet we have to work together in nation
building and the common good of every member of the society.
is needed to be done should have been done at the ballot, the majority,
indeed, the overwhelming majority has chosen to trust the words of Mr.
Modi and together, we have to go forward.
Justice should be
the foundation of every society and no one should be above the law, and
the law is clear: One is innocent until proven guilty. Mr. Modi in his
interview with NDTV has challenged the civil society to hang him, if he
is found guilty, until he is found guilty, we need to value our systems,
justice is the only thing the society stands on.
I have been
critical of Mr. Modi from the very beginning and that has not changed,
but I was never for the pound of flesh, instead I was for restoring the
lives of those who lost their homes, livelihood and the loved ones, and
to build a cohesive India where no Indian had to live in fear of the
other. In each one of the pieces I have written, the theme was
consistent; Justice and inclusion. My last OpEd at Huffington post
repeats the appeal - http://www.huffingtonpost.com/mike-ghouse/indias-modi-on-his-best-behavior-can-we-trust-him_b_5280892.html
agree with Fareed Zakaria on many items he has listed, I do hope,
President Obama puts his
differences aside, and values the verdict of the people of India, it is
not a simple majority, it is a huge majority. Let's give Modi a chance
and trust our democracy and support him in his plans - as he has
articulated it in his interview time and again.
Fareed Zakaria's piece at Washington Post
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