Fascist elements fomenting trouble in country: Bhim

Excelsior Correspondent
NEW DELHI, Apr 22: Chief Patron of National Panthers Party and member National Integration Council, Prof Bhim Singh today alleged that some fascist elements were conspiring to destabilize democracy and rule of law by fomenting anarchy in the society.
In press statement issued here today, Prof Singh accused the Government of its failure to identify and eliminate the fascist elements in the society who intend to destabilize democracy and the rule of law by fomenting anarchy. Prof Singh claimed that as a criminal lawyer and a student of Sociology, he can speak with authority that kind of crimes (rapes of children) as are being committed and exposed by media could not be committed by ordinary criminals or habitual offenders.
He said committing a rape against a child is one thing and then committing heinous crime, unspeakable or unimaginable could not be committed by an ordinary criminal. Such heinous and ghastly crimes are being committed by those who are more than habitual or ordinary criminals. The sexual assault on five-year-old girl child has given nerve shock to the society which could not digest and has come out on the streets to lodge strong protest.
Prof Singh said that law or ordinances are not enough to deal with such elements which intend to attack the very foundation of India’s civilization and ethos. He said that commercializing education in the country amounts to a criminal conspiracy against the cultural ethos of India. Uniform syllabus and education to the children of all is essential so that the foundation of society shall remain intact on the platform of equity and equality for all. He wondered why the great leaders in the country who have open opportunity to speak from the media platforms have not come out against enemies of society.