Brit-national Cyril Radcliffe was deputed by the then British Prime Minister to partition the nation into three, smaller one for Jinnah, larger one for Nehru and the third smallest one loosely appended to Nehrus India for Shaikh Abdullah. Radcliffe came, he saw, picked up the map of Nehrus India and a pencil, drew lines and the nation stood trivided in a fraction of moment !!! And consequences were nerve-curdling, largest human migration in recorded history and a terrible, brutal Hindu-holocaust. Yet there was no one to assassinate Radcliffe or demand blood of the last Mughal Nehru for the heinous crimes perpetrated by them on the nation as they went about their business as usual.
Brutus-conduct of Congress right since their raising by a British-Gora AO Hume, reorganisation of States was undertaken in such a shabby and thoughtless manner that instead of integrating the nation into one distinctly identifiable entity, it allowed a conglomerate of multiple countries loosely held under the umbrella of a Constitution that itself promoted separatist tendencies, constantly under onslaught of divisive regional forces. Large number of regional languages and cultural traditions associated with all that always existed in the country and even a man with below average IQ would have immediately perceived, any attempt to whip up sentiments connected with that would bring about disastrous implications in a nation just liberated from centuries of foreign invasions having left a deeply bruised national psyche. Nehru miserably failed to perceive the stark reality that freedom also meant freedom from English language imposed by British-intruders, materialistic culture of extravagance and profligacy associated with that. The last Mughal Nehru intended to replace plethora of mother-tongues not by mother-language of all Samskrita or by Hindi, spoken by the majority but by a language of a distant country Britain to retain and nourish abominable culture of snobbery, exclusivity and elitism.
Indian National Congress was founded by a British national AO Hume with the sole objective of defeating War Of Freedom from British occupation and continue occupation with the ‘Divide, rule and destroy’ strategy. True to their objectives, in 1917 itself Congress had drawn elaborate plans to fragment the nation on language and regional parameters. India of Nehru was divided into following states / provinces on the basis of languages as under –
(1) Ajmere/Marwada – Hindustani (Urdu sprinkled with Hindi)
(2) Andhra – Telugu
(3) Assam – Assamese
(4) Bihar – Hindustani (Urdu sprinkled with Hindi words)
(5) Bengal – Bengali
(6) Bombay City – Marathi and Gujarati
(7) Delhi – Hindustani (Urdu sprinkled with Hindi words)
(8) Gujarat – Gujarati
(9) Karnataka – Kannada
(10) Kerala – Malayalam
(11) Mahakosal – Hindustani (Urdu sprinkled with Hindi words)
(12) Maharashtra – Marathi
(13) Nagpur – Marathi
(14) NWFP – Pushtu
(15) Punjab – Punjabi
(16) Sind – Sindhi
(17) Tamil Nadu – Tamil
(18) United Provinces – Hindustani (Urdu sprinkled with Hindi words)
(19) Utkal – Oriya
(20) Vidarbha/Berar – Marathi
Even so-called great visionaries of Congress had absolutely no inkling how language based re-organisation of States would degrade into regional centres of fissiparous tendencies just as centuries long effective Varna system enshrined in Manusmriti could easily be mutilated into casteism by hostile intruders in a nation so busy fighting out invaders for centuries. Deeply bruised and battered psyche of the nation urgently required an empathic balm to tide over series of agonies and miseries. Liliputians of Congress whether Gandhi or Nehru, abjectly failed to address call of the nation and the nation was adrift entirely at the mercy of cyclonic winds of scary uncertainties. The man who discovered the nation through his ‘Discovery Of India’ could not discover the strong bond of Sanatana Dharma that united all regions notwithstanding varying languages and associated sub-cultures into Bharatavarsha. Had States been re-organised with the mightiest thread of Sanatana Dharma as the principal guiding factor, socio-political scenario in the country would have been very different today. This premise for reorganisation was all the more a cardinal requirement as some 30 lakhs were slaughtered and brutalised in the wake of Partition-1947 with communal tension persisting unmitigated during early years of liberated Bharata.
If the last Mughal Nehru had been a nationalist, he would have extensively travelled around the nation holding dialogue with masses exhorting them not to press for language based re-organisation of States as it would raise emotional walls of separatism among people. He ought to have pressed for re-organisation of States based on convenience of governance and administrative governance alone. It should not have mattered at all if Marathi and Gujarati speaking populace constitute a State to ensure effective governance of the region instead of present day Gujarat and Maharashtra based on regional languages and both States lobbying against each other for their respective regional interests. Gujaratis often claim, the State would have been an advanced country had they been independent from the Union !! Now even a State like UP providing large number of abject labourers to the nation hitherto, have started claiming they are poised to become another France, Germany or Japan soon under Yogijis regime pandering to the ominous trait of ‘my state vs. your state’. There are numerous instances of States fighting for natural resources, sharing of river water etc. in the spirit of ‘We vs. They’ instead of ‘We vs. We’. Not only that, today residents of Bengal refer to northern belt as ‘Bahirgato-Hindiwallas’, Dravidians in Tamil Nadu dream of Tamil Ealam, Sikhs of Khalistan, Mizoram refuses to recognise the stunted Constitution, Kashmir militating for phoney ‘Azadi’, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu fighting over river water, Maharashtra and Karnataka fighting over Belgaum etc. etc. Widely shared perception happens to be that only after PV Narsimha Rao became Prime Minister, did southern Bharatiya-s began feeling, ‘we too, are natives of the nation’ !! On the contrary, politicians went about their favourite business of inciting language based sectarianism and divisive agenda seeded and nurtured by the last Mughal. State Reorganisation Commission (SRC), that was constituted after several rounds of riots and loss of lives, to implement the agenda of ensuring the nation was on boil as ever continues even nowdays. Nehru registered a grievous blow to the nation by delineating imaginary ‘sub-nationalities’ in the name of ‘language based federalism’ following footsteps of Cyril Radcliffe and we have been uninterruptedly paying huge price of his folly all these decades.