127 Hindu murders in TN overlooked: HJS spokesperson


Ponda: Hindu Janajagruthi Samiti (HJS) national spokesperson Ramesh Shinde on Sunday questioned why public discourse focusses on the murders of scholar M M Kalburgi, rationalist Narendra Dabholkar and communist leader Govind Pansare, while ignoring the murder of 127 Hindus in Tamil Nadu. Speaking at the All India Hindu Convention here, he touched upon a number of controversial topics.
“Today’s secular leaders and the media are only paying attention to Kalburgi, Pansare and Dabholkar. It seems that the killing of Hindus is a non-consequential thing,” he said.
Shinde alleged that a conspiracy was being hatched against Hindu right wing organizations who are raising demands for a Hindu rashtra, and that was why investigation agencies were trying to frame Sanatan Sanstha workers in the murders of Pansare and Dabholkar. The HJS spokesperson questioned why CBI was not holding a press conference to tell the truth, if it was indeed in possession of sufficient evidence to nail Sanstha workers. Further targeting the Narendra Modi government at the Centre, Shinde said, “The Centre is counselling those joining the Islamic State militant organisation rather than punishing them, while we are being targeted for demanding a Hindu rashtra.”
“We had indeed hoped for achhe din when the BJP came to power, but we now realise that it is not possible for a party that comes to power under a secular system to help establish Hindu rashtra,” he said. “This leaves us with just two options – join IS or work to establish a Hindu rashtra by fighting against Jihadis or any force opposed to the establishment of a Hindu rashtra.”
Shinde further went on to comment on the ban on Ram Sena chief Pramod Muthalik’s entry to Goa, saying, “PM Modi says the Constitution is a holy book. If that’s true, and the Constitution allows every citizen to travel freely to any part of the country, then on what basis is Muthalik being barred from coming to Goa.”
Referring to the debate over uttering the word ‘Om’ while performing yoga asanas, he said it seems as though only the Muslims and Christians living in India have a problem saying the word, while residents of America and Saudi Arabia have no problems doing the same. “It seems that Indian Muslims and Christians are super Muslim and Christian.”

Source: The Times of India