According to sources BJP government is looking to make a "major assault" on the Constitution if the ruling party gets a majority in both the Houses of Parliament, says Congress MP Shashi Tharoor, who feels the attack on various constitutional provisions, like Article 370 on Kashmir and secularism, will be part of attempts to create a "Hindu rashtra" (nation).
Meanwhile Tharoor, a second-time Lok Sabha member from Thiruvananthapuram in Kerala, also feels that the Congress and like-minded secular parties should come together on a common platform to resist the Hindutva onslaught in the next Lok Sabha elections. According to him even the Left parties could come on that platform post elections if necessary.
He said socialism, secularism, all that will have
to go. If they are embarking on such a project, and thinks they are quite
serious about it. The only thing is that they probably felt this would be too
much of a risk to be taken on in the first term, unless they also have a
majority in the Rajya Sabha. Further Tharoor said the BJP doesn't have a
two-thirds majority now because almost no other party is going to go along with
its approach. He said "Rather than fighting the battle prematurely, when
they could lose."
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