More than a hundred alumni of IIT have written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying that we are celebrating the 75th anniversary of independence, but dark clouds of crisis are seen hovering over the country.
New Delhi: Indian Technical Institutes (IITs) alumni have written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, expressing concern over the Prime Minister’s silence on several serious issues that have surfaced recently.
According to the report, in his letter, he has described Prime Minister Modi’s silence on Haridwar’s Dharma Sansad, Sulli Deal, Bully Buy and Tech Fog Apps as a matter of serious concern.
The said letter has been signed by more than a hundred alumni of IIT’s batches between 1962 and 2020. He has said that the Indian Constitution embodies the principles of equality, fraternity, justice and liberty. Today we are celebrating the 75th anniversary of independence, but the dark clouds of crisis seem to be hovering over the country and we can do nothing but watch them.
Along with Prime Minister Modi, the alumni have also sent a copy of this letter to President Ram Nath Kovind. In the letter addressed to the Prime Minister, it has been written that some of the speakers of Haridwar Dharma Sansad, where there was talk of massacre of Muslims, are close to your party (BJP). A New York Times report has been cited in this context.
He wrote, ‘Though a petition has been filed on this matter in the Supreme Court, but still we request you, other leaders of your party and the government to condemn this act and take appropriate, meaningful and strict legal action against the culprits. .’
The statement also referred to Sully Deals and Bully by Apps in which several prominent Muslim women were shamefully targeted.
“The people arrested in these cases are in their 18s and 20s, which shows how deeply communal hatred and malice against women are deeply rooted in our society,” the signatories say. We are waiting on behalf of you and your government that you will vehemently condemn it and restore the country’s faith in the Constitution.
In the letter, citing Swami Vivekananda and Mahatma Gandhi, while counting the good things of Hinduism, concern has been expressed over the current situation.
Along with this, the letter of former IIT students also mentions the letter of former chiefs of the armed forces in which they expressed concern over the current situation with the Prime Minister and the President.
Also, the letter written by the students and teachers of IIMs has also been cited. In the said letter also, concern was expressed about Prime Minister Modi’s silence on related issues.
Point to be noted is that the wire On January 6, after two years of investigation, TechFog, a confidential app, with the help of some sources, was revealed by political people affiliated with the ruling party to artificially increase the popularity of the party, to harass its critics and all major parties. Social media platforms are largely used to divert public perceptions.
Broadly speaking, the app can hijack Twitter hashtags, control inactive WhatsApp accounts and harass journalists criticizing the BJP online.
At the same time, this controversial Parliament of Religions was organized in Haridwar, Uttarakhand between 17-19 December 2021 by Hindutva leaders and religious fanatics, in which openly hate speeches were given against Muslims and minorities, even their massacre. was also called.
Hardline Hindutva leader Yeti Narasimhananda was one of the organizers of this Dharma Sansad. He and another accused Wasim Rizvi alias Jitendra Tyagi have been arrested in the case.
Talking about Bully Bai, hundreds of Muslim women were tampered with their pictures and uploaded for ‘auction’ on the ‘Bully Bai’ app without their permission.
At least 100 morphed pictures of Muslim women were posted online with obscene comments. So far four arrests have been made in the case. The four accused are students and their age is between 18 and 21 years.
Earlier, like Bully Bai, last year around 50-80 Muslim women were also targeted through the Sully Deals app.
These women had alleged that the makers of the app were misusing their pictures and using them for online auction. Recently, an arrest has been made in this case as well.
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