“Only when we reunite can we emerge as a modern industrial giant, with our people enjoying full employment, healthcare, good education, nutritious food, etc and a high standard of living,” Katju said in a Facebook post.
New Delhi : Former Supreme Court judge Justice Markandey Katju, known for queer ideas, on Monday floated an idea of starting the Indo-Pak-Bangladesh Reunification (under a secular govt) Association, to be briefly called the Indian Reunification Association.
It is in continuation with his longtime stress that India, Pakistan and Bangladesh are really one nation called India, temporarily divided by the British on the basis of the bogus two nation theory and the wicked divide and rule policy, calling Pakistan is a fake, artificial entity, that Pakistanis and Bangladeshis are really Indians, and that we are bound to reunite one day.
“Only when we reunite can we emerge as a modern industrial giant, with our people enjoying full employment, healthcare, good education, nutritious food, etc and a high standard of living,” he said in a Facebook post.
Justice Katju, however, made it clear that the object of this Association will be diametrically opposed to the ”Akhand Bharat” concept of the RSS. While the RSS wants a united Hindu India, this Association wants a united secular India, in which religious freedom is guaranteed, but religious bigotry and extremism is not tolerated and is crushed, he said.
He said the first step in this process of reunification is to build up public opinion in favour of this idea and once this idea grips the masses, no power in the world will be able to successfully oppose it. He said constitution of the proposed reunification association will be the first organised step, declaring himself its president temporarily until some younger person is found to replace it.
The basic ideology of this association is spelled out in his article ”The Truth about Pakistan,” in B N Pande’s speech ”History in the Service of Imperialism,” and Justice Katju’s other blogs on <http://justicekatju.blogspot.in>. Those who think that reunification is not possible since a lot of time has passed since 1947 need only be reminded that Germany was partitioned in 1945, but was reunited in 1990, Vietnam was partitioned by the Geneva Accords in 1954, but was reunited in 1975, China has still not recognized Taiwan, etc, he said.