The Left Liberal or Libtards as they are fondly called, launched a campaign titled “Hum Kagaz Nahin Dikhayenge” when the CAA was passed as an Act. The same Libtards and their uncles were ready to get every centimetre of their body scanned should they wish to visit the US or any other “developed” country. It was perfectly ok then, but India should not have a registry of its citizens. I see no hypocrisy here, just a deep hatred for the country !
Kagaz means papers – in this context it means identity papers.
The following cartoon by Satish Acharya captures this trend really well –
The same folks created a furore when Aadhar was implemented. Any attempt to create “identity” “kagaz” for citizens is a problem for this section of Indians. I no longer wonder why – its simply because Aadhar and the NRC would mean that the millions of illegal immigrants will have to go back to their native country.
Most of the illegal immigrants belong to Bangladesh and are Muslims. It would also mean that the Muslim population in India may reduce by a few percentage points.
The second reason is that corruption will reduce significantly in the government subsidies. A big source of income for the CONgress ecosystem would dry up as it already has !!
The above tweet clearly shows that using Aadhar is beneficial. Remember the 8 crore ghost ration cards ? Without Aadhar, the benefits would have continued reaching the coffers of the CONgress ecosystem of which these Libtards are a part. The poor would have remained poor. “Garibi hatao” indeed !
Further uses of Kagaz
In a democracy, the voter is the most powerful person. A few votes swinging here or there can change the destiny of the country. India knows that only too well as we have been a dynastic democracy for nearly 70 years. It was four decades after independence (1993) that the voter ID was introduced by the great Thiru T. N. Seshan. Booth capturing was a fun activity during elections !
Some semblance of order came in after the voter IDs and the EVMs were introduced. Electronic Voting Machines have put India on the map – several countries want to use them and our experience in managing elections is invaluable.
Now, the Voter ID and Aadhar will hopefully get linked.
Feel free not to show your kagaz… for a little longer. Then find a country that lets you in without any identity papers. Any takers for Pakistan, Somalia ?
Jai Hind. Jai Hind Ki Sena. Hum toh Kagaz dikhayenge.
2 thoughts on “Hum Kagaz Nahin Dikhayenge”
,It doesn’t matter if they don’t want to show kagaz for CAA. The govt should make it mandatory that only those who are able to show/upload the papers, can be permitted to book Rail tickets, air tickets, apply for Passports, admission in govt Hospital, schools/colleges etc, and to avail all welfare schemes announced by the govt. it should be also so for those who show vaccination hesitancy.. The Govt is well within its right to insist on this.