Constitutional Group of Conduct consisting of a group of ex-civil servants wrote to Prime Minister Modi over the issue of ‘Politics of hate’. This letter was slammed by another group of former judges and bureaucrats who called the act an anti-government exercise that is shaping the public opinion of the masses against the government.
Constitutional Group of Conduct
The group of concerned citizens led by the former judges and Bureaucrats said the Constitutional group of Conduct had no “sincere motivation’ behind the letter. They said the letter was a medium of letting out the frustration of the masses which solidly remains behind Modi.
As per reports. The open letter was signed by 8 former judges, 97 former bureaucrats and 92 former armed forces to counter the attack on the Modi Government and other BJP members by the CCG.
They further said that the letter fuelled hatred and anger towards the government. They said, “that these open letters repeat the same language, have the same tenor and use biased terms with clear ideological moorings speaks for itself.” The group tried to defend Modi government by calling out to the Constitutional Group of Conduct on the violence in West Bengal post-elections. They also claimed that under the BJP government Communal Violence has palpably decreased.
On the other hand, the letter written to the Prime Minister urges him to stop the Politics of Hate and other practices of the BJP government.