Over a hundred former bureaucrats, including former National Security Advisor Shivshankar Menon, former Delhi Lieutenant Governor (LG) Najeeb Jung, former Home Secretary GK Pillai, have written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressing concern over the “politics of hate”. In the letter, former foreign secretary Sujata Singh, and former prime minister Manmohan Singh’s principal secretary T.K. A. Nair’s signature.
100 ex-bureaucrats write to PM Modi
Former top officials have expressed hope that the prime minister will give a call to end the “politics of hate”. According to the letter, this is reportedly being “hardly emphasized” in governments controlled by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). In an open letter, the former bureaucrat said, “We are witnessing a frenzy of hate-filled devastation in a country where not only Muslims and members of other minority communities are at the altar of sacrifice, but also the Constitution.”
The letter said that as former public servants, we generally do not wish to express ourselves in such acrimonious words, but the speed with which the constitutional edifice prepared by our forefathers is being destroyed makes us speak. and forces them to express their anger and pain.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold an important meeting on Wednesday on the emerging situation of Covid-19 in the country. During this, PM Modi will talk to the Chief Ministers of all the states and union territories. In this meeting to be held through video conference, the situation of Corona in the country will be discussed. Official sources gave this information on Saturday. He said that Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan will also give a presentation on the matter. This meeting is taking place at a time when the cases of corona in the country have started increasing once again.