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Rise of MIM in Maharashtra Politics due to division of Hindu votes.

Posted by hinduexistence on October 20, 2014

Jihadi footprints in Maratha Politics. Make a ‘Hindu Vote Bank’ and Hindu Coalition to arrest ‘Political Jihad’.

MIM got two seats for the relation gap between Shivsena-BJP in Maharashtra State assembly Election. If Hindus are politically divided, anti Hindus will come to the power.

MIM in Maratha Politics.Upananda Brahmachari | HENB | Mumbai | 20 Oct 2014:: In a very  critical turn of communal events, Hyderabad-based MIM on Sunday made its maiden entry into the Maharashtra assembly pocketing two seats and managed about 1% vote as a début in the Maratha politics and Mumbai Mayanagri.

Alleged communal kingpin of Hyderabad and Lok Sabha MP Asaduddin Owaisi’s All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen’s (AIMIM)  candidates won Aurangabad Central and Byculla seat in Mumbai defeating Shivsena and BJP nominees respectively.

Former journalist Imtiyaz Jaleel trounced Sena’s former MP and ex-mayor Pradeep Jaiswal by 19982 votes in Aurungabad Central as Warish Yusuf Pathan beat BJP’s Madhukar Chavan by 1,357 votes in Byculla seat.

In Aurangabad Central  the MIM winner Imtiyaz Jaleel got 61843 winning votes (maximum of the Muslim block vote) while Hindu votes divided between BJP and Shivsena as BJP candidate Tanwani Kishanchand Lekhraj got 40770  votes and Shivsena’s Pradeep Jaiswal got 41861 accordingly. NCP’s Hindu candidate also got 11842 secular votes.

If there was no division of Hindu Votes between BJP and SS, certainly no radical Islamist person got any chance to win from Aurangabad (Central) seat anyway. Those who are responsible for setting the distance of Shivsena and BJP must be ashamed and make apologize.

In the same manner MIM candidate from Byculla seat got the advantage out of the division of Hindu votes. Akhil Bhartiya Sena’s Geeta Gawli, daughter of mafia don-turn-politician Arun Gawli, was in the fray in Byculla. The BJP candidate Madhukar Chavan got 23957 votes and Geeta  Ajay Gawli got 20895 votes. Here Advocate Warish Yusuf Pathan of AIMIM got 25314 votes as a winning spree. Warish Yusuf Pathan beat BJP’s Madhukar Chavan by only 1,357 votes in Byculla. Shivsena did not file any candidate here to support Akhil Bhartiya Sena’s candidate as a mark of their inclination to party’s one time friend Arun Gawli.

Madhukar Chavan, Byculla’s one time Congress ex-legislator and the present BJP contestant said on defeat that, “MIM won because Hindu votes got split between four Marathi speaking candidates (MNS, ABS, BJP and Congress). The Muslim voters have won them the seat. But, this kind of religion induced mandate is harmful for democracy.”

AIMIM MLAs in MHAEven as political observers warned that MIM could eat into Muslim votes courtesy its provocative brand of politics, the victory came as a huge surprise as Byculla houses a large Marathi-speaking community. Political observers also added that a series of campaigns by MIM leader Akbaruddin Owaisi played a pivotal role in turning tables at Byculla.

MIM had fielded 24 candidates in the poll for the 288-member Maharashtra Assembly in the first time and got a major share of Muslim vote bank. MIM got a total votes 489614 this time of Maharashtra Assembly Election, 2014.

Prateek Borate a follower of Hindu Existence from Byculla expressed his concerned that the present BJP-Shivasena leadership had shattered the dream of Late Bala Saheb Thakre and Late Gopinath Munde. BJP-Shiv Sena must be united again to check the upcoming invasion of MIM in Maharashtra, otherwise the original site of Marathas will be a place of Aurangjeeb, instead of Shivaji Maharaj and Maharashtra will be a Muslimrashtra.

Advocate S P Chapalgaonkar from Aurangabad told this writer that Hindus understand many things but not their real prospects. Secular and Muslims never think about the good for the Hindus. In democracy number plays the vital role, but Hindus are still reluctant to think their positive role for making Hindu Vote Bank. As, Hindus are politically divided the anti-Hindus are getting chances to win. We must learn a lesson from this election and must make a strong Hindu Vote Bank for the safety, security and prosperity of Hindu people.

Last tally in seat perspective stands at Bharatiya Janata Party – 122, Shivsena – 63, Indian National Congress – 42, Nationalist Congress Party – 41, Bahujan Vikas Aaghadi – 3, Peasants And Workers Party of India – 3, All India Majlis-E-Ittehadul Muslimeen – 2 and rests – 12 out of 288 total strength of Maharashtra Legislative Assembly.

Though the most double standard and opportunist NCP has already  expressed their support from outside to make a BJP Govt. in the State, it will be a fatal for the Hindu politics in Maharashtra. Rather public of Maharashtra want to get a BJP-Shivasena reunion in Maharashtra to resume a golden era of Martha politics to run an able, stable and applicable Govt. in Maharashtra.

Reality Check on AIMIM shortly called as MIM :

 • The AIMIM (All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen) was founded in 1927 in Hyderabad State ruled by the Nizam on the recommendations of Nawab Mir Usman Ali Khan. Founder: Nawab Mehmood Nawaz Khan Kiledar.

 • The MIM had opposed the merger of Hyderabad State with the Indian Union and raised an army of 1.5 lakh Razakars to terrorise the Hindus and fight the government forces. They could be tamed only after the police action taken by Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel to ensure merger of Hyderabad in India.

 • MIM was banned in 1948 and its leader Qasim Rizri was arrested till 1957. After his release, he handed over the reins of the party to Abdul Wahid Owaisi and left for Pakistan. Abdul Wahid Owaise rebuilt the AIMIM.

In 1962 Sultan Salauddin Owaisi was elected to the Andhra Pradesh assembly and in 1984 Sultan Owaisi was elected to the Parliament from Hyderabad constituency. Since then the MIM has kept its grip firmly on this constituency.

In April 2014, the MIM could send as many as 9 MLAs of the party to the Telangana Assembly. The Electon Commission too recognised the party.

In 2007, the MIM activists had attacked famous rebel Islamic writer Taslima Nasreen in Hyderabad.

Related News:: NCP offer mellows down Sena, may be part of next government:IE

Shiv Sena, BJP stand-off continues; Fadnavis favourite for CM’s post in Maharashtra: IE

BJP, Shiv Sena yet to decide on post-poll alliance: ET 

BJP keeps door open to Sena: The Statesman

Maharashtra polls: BJP leader LK Advani bats for Shiv Sena-BJP alliance: ET

Maharashtra Assembly Elections 2014: It is up to BJP to decide on NCP offer, RSS says: TOI

No Modi wave, it’s a fractured mandate, writes Uddhav Thackeray in Saamana editorial: IE

Courtesy: Links used above.

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Hindu-Muslim Polarization in UP By-election. A Hindu face of BJP Yogi Adityanath dares SP govt in Lucknow.

Posted by hinduexistence on September 10, 2014

Yogi Adityanath dares Akhilesh govt in Lucknow, says ‘arrest me, if you can’.

YANRitesh Ranjan Tiwari | HE News Bureau | Lucknow | 10 Sept 2014:: Uttar Pradesh Govt run by Swamajwadi Party (Read Namajwadi Party) is now trying to arrest Yogi Adityanat (MP Gorakhpur) , the chief pontiff of UP By-election campaignings by BJP in the face of the exposure of Samajwadi Party’s committed minority (Muslim) appeasements. Yogi Adityanath, a lawmaker from UP’s Gorakhpur parliamentary seat is considered as a prominent Hindu face of BJP after Narendra Modi himself in the party.

Defying a ban by the UP government, BJP MP Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday addressed a rally in the city.

Addressing the rally, Yogi Adityanath dared the state government to arrest him. “Arrest me, if you can,” Yogi Adityanath said.

Fearing a possible clash between the BJP and SP workers, the Lucknow administration had denied permission to BJP to hold rally in the city.

Earlier, addressing a rally in Lakhimpur Kheri, Yogi Adityanath dubbed the ruling Samajwadi Party in Uttar Pradesh as the party of “a family”.

Adityanath claimed that the UP government’s policies were “divisive and discriminatory”.

The controversial BJP leader was addressing an election rally in Nighasan through a mobile phone.

Yogi Adityanath  termed the SP’s policies in Uttar Pradesh Govt. as “divisive and discriminatory”.

Arrest Me, if you can.UP Minister Azam Khan runs a communal policy in UP administration to defuse Hindu might in Uttar Pradesh, considered as a Hindu base and cow belt in the political demography in India in its northern base.

BJP has determined to break the ice to non-polarize the acute Muslim communalism in the politics of Uttar Pradesh in a clutch of Congress, Samajwadi Party (SP) and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP).

Adityanath was scheduled to participate in the rally with BJP’s state unit chief Laxmikant Bajpai but due to some unspecified reasons, their visit was cancelled and the MP’s address was relayed live through a mobile handset.

In his brief address, Adityanath held the ruling SP responsible for what he called “poor” law and order, bad roads, electricity outages and plight of farmers in UP.

Attacking the state government, the BJP leader claimed that a recent report by national crime bureau indicated the poor law and order situation in UP.

He also criticised the Kanya Vidyadhan Yojna of the SP government and called it discriminatory.

Congress demands arrest of Adityanath

Congress on Wednesday demanded arrest of BJP MP Yogi Adityanath for allegedly making objectionable speeches during campaigning for assembly bypolls in Uttar Pradesh.

“The things being uttered by Gorakhpur MP indicate that he wants to bring in politics of hatred… Adityanath, who is talking about love jihad, and against whom notice has been served by the EC, needs to be arrested,” Congress senior leader Rashid Alvi said here.

It is apprehended that an arrest of Yogi Adityanath may cause a disaster for the ensuing election procedures in UP, so far.

Riots, Love Jihad, Muslim appeasement, Political Jihad and Ram Temple in Ayodhya  matters are the most prominent  issues in the ensuing Uttar Pradesh Election.

(With inputs from PTI & TOI)

Courtesy: PTI  | TOI | Times Now.

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RSS says, all Indians are Hindus. But where is the real action plan for making a constitutionally valid Hindu Rashta (Nation-State) in Bharat?

Posted by hinduexistence on August 12, 2014

Indian descendants of Hindu culture. RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat says all Hindustanis (Indians) are Hindus, triggers controversy.

BhagawatHE Media Bureau | Cuttack and New Delhi | 11 August 2014::  Again the issues related to Hindu, Hindutva and Hindu Rashtra (Nation-State)  have paced enough in the socio-political mind in ‘India, that is Bharat’ in order to highlight the pulsation of the majority people of the country better known as ‘Hindusthan’.

If inhabitants of England are English, Germany are Germans and USA are Americans then why all inhabitants of Hindustan are not known as Hindus, came a poser from Rashtriya Swamsevak Sangha (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat on Sunday 10th August.

“The cultural identity of all Indians is Hindutva and the present inhabitants of the country are descendants of this great culture,” Bhagwat said while speaking at the ‘Golden Jubilee’ function of an Odiya weekly, “Rashtra Deep” here. Rashtra Deep is the most circulated Odiya weekly run by RSS activists and supporters.

The RSS chief further went on to say that Hindutva is a way of life and Hindus could be of any religion worshipping any God or not worshipping at all.

Referring to Vivekananda, Bhagwat said not worshipping any God is not necessarily an atheist rather the one who doesn’t have faith in self is sure an atheist.

He said the world has now realised that Hindutva has been the only basis to keep India united since ancient days despite having plenty of diversities.

He, however, expressed concern saying that some in India are not realising it and whenever a discussion on it takes place, the protagonist are wrongly branded as communal.

Speaking on the current world scenario, the RSS leader said there is darkness everywhere and the world at large is looking at India for solace because India still marches on the path of righteousness.

“As long as dharma exists in India, the world will continue to respect this country. But once dharma is gone, no force on earth can stop the country from crumbling,” the RSS leader warned.

On Monday, 11 August,  RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat on Monday received flak from non-BJP parties for his suggestion that all Hindustanis are Hindus with many leaders wondering if he has read the Constitution and really believes in it.

Congress leader Manish Tewari said Bhagwat would be well-advised to read the Constitution which very specifically states that India is Bharat, a union of state, and the word “Hindustan” is nowhere mentioned.

Sitaram Yechury of CPI(M) said Bhagwat should make it clear if he believes in Constitution.

“He should make it clear if he believes in it. In our Constitution, the country is Bharat not Hindustan,” he told reporters.

JD(U) President Sharad Yadav said India has come so far since Independence by keeping its faith in the Constitution and its future lies in following the same course.

BSP Chief and former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati while slamming Bhagwat said he does not have “proper knowledge” of the Constitution.

“When Ambedkar ji (Bhimrao Ambedkar) wrote the Constitution he kept in mind that our country comprises various religions and people follow them. So the name Bharat was given, the word Hindustan was not used. The RSS chief does not have proper knowledge of the Constitution. He should learn that and then comment,” she said.

Father Savrimuthu of Archdiocese of Delhi expressed concern over Bhagwat’s comments, saying India is a pluralistic country but the RSS head has tried to put everybody under one umbrella.

“Our nation is great and known for unity and diversity… Now you (RSS) are trying to make one nation, one religion, one culture, trying to put everybody under one umbrella which is not right,” he said.

Seeking to downplay the row over Bhagwat’s comments, BJP leader Vinay katiyar said, “what he (Bhagwat) mneant by ‘Hindu’ was ‘Hindustani’. He never spoke about interfering in religious practices of people.”

Bhagwat on Sunday asked if inhabitants of England are English, Germany are Germans and USA are Americans then why all inhabitants of Hindustan are not known as Hindus.

“The cultural identity of all Indians is Hindutva and the present inhabitants of the country are descendants of this great culture,” Bhagwat said while speaking at the ‘Golden Jubilee’ function of an Odiya weekly in Bhubaneswar.

The RSS chief further went on to say that Hindutva is a way of life and Hindus could be of any religion worshiping any God or not worshiping at all.

UpanandaOur Delhi Bureau chief Angnesh Tripathi have captured the opinion of  Upananda Brahmachari, Chief Editor, Hindu Existence on the current issue that ‘all the inhabitants of Hindusthan (Bharat- India) are virtually Hindus’. The points of importance are given below.

(i) The matters related to Hindu, Hindutva and Hindu Rashtra should not be the points of mere discussions or debates. RSS has been successfully campaigned the matters enough since 1925, the Establishment of the largest organisation in Bharat. Now, the organisation must take concrete action to make 100% Hindu, Hindutva and Hindu Rashtra in Bharat within 2025, within 100 years of its establishment.

(ii) The traditional and cultural concept of Hindutva and Hindu Rashtra as endorsed by RSS is not objectionable, but unless RSS takes initiatives to make Bharat as a constitutionally and internationally valid Hindu Rashtra here, nobody will get a scope to speak a single word for Hindutva or Hindu Rashtra after 2025. Keep it mind that 2025 is the deadline for a viable Hindu Rashtra in Bharat.

(iii) Those name sake Hindus like Sitaram Yechury, Manish Tewari or Mayawati are barking against Hindutva, have no knowledge about Hindu, Hindutva or Hindu Rashtra. They are all anti-Hindu or their vested interest of politics. People of India are interested to all about Hindutva from Chatrapati Shivaji down to the legacy of  Swami Vivekananda, Bal Gangadhar Tilak, Sri Aurovinda, Rabindramath Thakur, Dr. Hedgewad, Savarkar and so on. They all champion of Hindutva and their ideology of Hindutva is still relevant in Bharat, not of these secular maroons like Sitaram Yechury, Manish Tewari or Mayawati.

(iv) Those who are talking about constitution should keep in mind that History of this ancient country of Dharma and Manavata (Rightouness and Humanity) cannot be replaced by any recent constitution. Recently, this country was divided at the time of Independence in 1947 on the basis of ‘Two Nation Theory’. These two nations are, Hindus and Muslims. Muslims got their portion of Pakistan as Muslim Nation and Muslim State. But, Hindus still awaiting their portion as constitutionally and internationally valid Hindu Nation-State  in Bharat. This disparity must go without any debate.

(v) Hindus in Bharat must start a new struggle for getting a constitutionally and internationally valid Hindu Rashtra (Nation-State) in this holy land of Hindus as a natural demand for a single Hindu Rashtra for more than one billion Hindu people on this earth. Henceforth, Hindutva must be an action plan for making a practical Hindu Rashtra than a theoretical points of discussion anymore. There is no doubt that Hindu is a way of life, but it is more important to make a space of Hindu Rashtra to ensure the survival of this way of life. This is practical Hindutva.

(with an input from PTI)

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As India is already a Hindu Nation, Make it constitutionally and internationally valid Hindu State.

Posted by hinduexistence on July 25, 2014

Hindu Rashtra Adhiveshan

India is already a Hindu nation, I am a Christian Hindu: Goa’s deputy chief minister.

OMGHindu Existence Media Bureau | Panaji | 25 July 2014:: As an out come of Hindu Rashtra Adhiveshan held at Ramnathi, Goa in June last under the initiative of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti and obviously  as a resultant of Alternative Hindutva Movement initiated by small Hindu Orgs. without any affiliation from their big brothers, the demand of a Hindu State in Bharat is being surfaced in India gradually. And it has been triggered from Goa in the political arena.

Cooperation Minister of Goa, Dipak Dhavalikar on Thursday (24 July 2014)  appeared eloquent by  saying Prime Minister Narendra Modi will develop India into a Hindu nation.

“I am confident that under the leadership of Modiji, India will develop into a Hindu nation. PM will work in this regard is what I feel,” he said while speaking in the state assembly on a motion congratulating Modi on Bharatiya Janata Party’s electoral victory.

While Congress, the opposition in Goa wanted to condemn the matter on Friday in the Assembly, Deputy chief minister, Francis D’Souza said, “India is already a Hindu nation and all Indians in Hindustan are Hindus”.

As a reaction  Congress staged walkout in Goa assembly over ‘Hindu Rashtra’ remark on Friday.

Defending the comments of his cabinet colleague Deepak Dhavalikar who said that Modi could make the country a ‘Hindu nation’, Francis D’Souza told reporters: “It was always a Hindu nation and will always be a Hindu nation. You don’t have to create a Hindu nation.”

D’Souza, one of the most senior minority members of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Goa, said that he considered himself a “Christian Hindu”.

“India is a Hindu country. It is Hindustan. All Indians in Hindustan are Hindus, including I — I am a Christian Hindu,” D’Souza said.

Dhavalikar triggered a national controversy on Thursday while speaking during a motion congratulating Narendra Modi on becoming Prime Minister.

Jayatu Jayatu Hindu Rashtram“If we all support it and we stand by Narendra Modi systematically, then I feel a Hindu Rashtra will be established,” Dhavalikar had said.

But, D’Souza insisted that Dhavalikar had no “clarity in his mind” because India was already a Hindu nation. And D’Souza tried a click to over rule the establishment of a Constitutionally recognized Hindu Rashtra in Bharat by saying,”You don’t have to create a Hindu nation”.

While connected our chief editor, Upananda Brahmachari in Delhi to have his viewpoint, he remarked that the “Hinduness of Mr D’Souza is most welcome. He is a Nationalist person in BJP, but he must look into the demand of  one billion Hindus for a ‘constitutionally recognized’ Hindu Rashtra (Nation-State) in Bharat”.

“There are recognized 100+ Christian States; 50+ Islamic States; 10+ Buddhist States and even reasonably One Jew state in this world; then why not a single recognized Hindu State in this earth? Unless and until India is not considered Constitutionally as a Hindu Rashtra and be recognized by UN and Other Nations, what is the utility of this big talk of ‘India is already a Hindu nation’ etc?”, said Brahmachari from Delhi.

Further he told this reporter that, in a Hindu Rashtra rights and honor of every body will be safe. But, there will be not a single case of unjustified humiliation of Hindu saints, Hindu Temple, Hindu scripture. There will be no poverty, no riot, no cow slaughter and not a single conversion.

Practically India was cheated in the division of India on Two Nation (Hindu-Muslim) Theory. Muslims got Pakistan as an ultimate Muslim State, then why Bharat was not declared as a Virtual Hindu State?, Brahmachari put this point very emphatically.

Brahmachari justified the establishment of a Hindu Rashtra as demanded by the minister of Goa, Deepak Dhavalikar and urged everybody concerned including the Deputy CM of Goa to make a high pitch to establish a real Hindu Rashtra (Nation-state)  in Bharat. He furrther added that “Hindus must start a fresh struggle and freedom movement  for a Hindu Rashtra in Bharat setting aside all secular and communal menace. And a highest sacrifice is needed for this divine duty for our Mother Land”.

Brahmachari categorically pointed out: As India is already a Hindu nation,  now make it constitutionally and internationally valid Hindu Rashtra.

(with a input of IANS news)

Related: Modi will develop India into a Hindu state: Goa minister:: Rediff. 

India already a Hindu nation, says Goa deputy Chief  Francis D’Souza:: DC.

Congress stages walkout in Goa assembly over ‘Hindu rashtra’ remark:: HT.

I am proud of the Second All India Hindu Convention being held ! – Shri. Narendra Modi:: HJS.

Courtesy: IANS | ANI | Rediff  | DC | HT | HJS.

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Muslims must learn to respect Hindu sentiments: Ashok Singhal.

Posted by hinduexistence on July 19, 2014

Vishwa Hindu Parishad Mentor Ashok Singhal’s statement that Bharatiya Janata Party’s victory in Lok Sabha polls 2014 was a “setback to Muslim politics” has created a furore. 

BJP win blow to Muslim politics: Singhal

Ashok Singhal has been the supremo of Vishwa Hindu Parishad and one of the longest serving senior Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) leaders. (HT photo)

Shri Ashok Singhal has been the supremo of Vishwa Hindu Parishad and one of the longest serving senior Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) leaders. (HT photo)

Prashant Jha |  Hindustan Times  |  New Delhi | 17 July 2014:: The recent Lok Sabha polls had shown that an election could be won “without Muslim support” and it was time the minority community learnt to respect Hindu sentiments, VHP chief patron and senior RSS leader Ashok Singhal has said.

Narendra Modi an “ideal swayamsevak” — would deliver on the Hindutva agenda unlike the first NDA government, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad supremo and one of the longest serving senior Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) leaders told HT in an exclusive interview.

The right-wing Hindu leader, who had a front-row seat at Modi’s swearing-in, said “tables had turned”. The polls were a “setback to Muslim politics” used by “foreign and divisive forces to destroy our identity,” he said. It was time for them to learn their lessons.

“Muslims will be treated as common citizens — nothing more, nothing less. And, they must learn to respect Hindu sentiments. If they keep opposing Hindus, how long can they survive?” said the 88-year-old who has been a lifelong pracharak of the RSS, the ideological parent of the BJP.

Asked to elaborate, Singhal said Muslims should give up claims over Ayodhya, Kashi and Mathura and also accept a uniform civil code.

The VHP is understood to have asked interlocutors to convey this message to Muslim organisations.

“We’ll then give them love, and not claim any other mosque sites even though there are thousands built on the ruins of temples. But if they don’t accept it, they should be prepared for further Hindu consolidation. It has happened at the Centre, it will happen in other states,” said Singhal, who set up the VHP and spearheaded the stir for the Ram Temple.

The temple issue, civil code and abrogation of Article 370, which grants special status to Jammu and Kashmir, had strained the VHP’s ties with the Vajpayee government. The Hindu outfit felt that the NDA did not come good on “core issues”.

But no such apprehensions this time, Singhal said in clearest indication, so far, of the RSS’ assessment of what the Modi government can deliver.

“The government will not and does not need to backtrack because it has the numbers in the House, and whatever we want to do, we want to do it through constitutional means,” the VHP leader said.

The Ram Temple and Godhra had made the BJP win possible. “These were the undercurrents and then issues of development and governance appealed to the young.”

For the RSS veteran, elections and religion are never too far. “Religion is the rock on which this country rests.”

In Modi, he sees an “ideal swayamsevak. “During the campaign, he conducted himself like a swayamsevak. He also showed to the world the discipline and hard work that a Sangh pracharak puts in.” The PM started his political journey as an RSS pracharak.

Singhal admitted that there was “an unprecedented mobilisation” by the Sangh Parivar, an umbrella term for various Hindu outfits, during the elections.

Did Sangh expect rewards? “The governors being appointed — be it Ram Naik or Kesari Nath Tripathi — are all from the Sangh but this is not necessary. We worked because it was our duty,” he said. “The important thing is the agenda must be fulfilled.”

Despite the Sangh’s tough anti-Pakistan stance, he sees Modi’s invitation to PM Nawaz Sharif as diplomacy. “You also have to resort to deceit at times, and there are segments in Pakistan who want good ties. The problem lies with the jihadi elements, and till they are there, relations can’t be good.”

There were some more suggestions on foreign policy. India should take the lead in building a “cultural commonwealth” of South and Southeast Asia, with Hindu and Buddhist population. “China cannot lead such a grouping, it has no cultural backbone and, like the USSR, China will collapse one day.”

Courtesy: HT. (highlights made by hinduexistense web moderator).

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Dr. Shyama Prasad Mookerjee, the Creator of West Bengal for the protection of Bengali Hindus.

Posted by hinduexistence on June 22, 2014

Dr. Shyama Prasad Mookerjee, the Creator of West Bengal as the assured province for the Bengali Hindus in Bharat.

~ A Tribute to Dr. S P Mookerjee on West Bengal Day on 20th June.

Upananda Brahmachari.

 10007370_492168337576697_7040193540747876643_oUnder the provisions of Government of India Act (1935), Bengal was constituted an autonomous province in 1937. This remained the situation until the Indian subcontinent was partitioned into the two dominions of Pakistan and India after the British withdrawal in 1947. The eastern sector of Bengal, largely Muslim, became East Pakistan  (later Bangladesh); the western sector became West Bengal in India. The partition of Bengal left West Bengal with ill-defined boundaries and a constant inflow of non-Muslim, mostly Hindu, refugees from East Pakistan, but the case of influx of Muslim infiltrators is also a great threat for demographic change of West Bengal in reality.  More than 10 million refugees entered the already densely populated state after 1947, and their rehabilitation has been producing an immense burden on the Bengal administration.

In 1950 the princely state of Cooch Behar (Koch Bihar) was integrated with West Bengal through legislation. After the linguistic and political reorganization of Indian states in 1956, West Bengal gained some 3,140 square miles (8,130 square km) from Bihar. The additional land provided to West Bengal serves as a link between the previously separated northern and southern parts of the state.

But, this straight description of creation of West Bengal in the history with such a low narratives does not flash the history in reality. The Muslim leaguers in undivided Bengal and pre-partitioned India always wanted a large area of Bengal and Punjab to create an extensive Pakistan under their green Islamic design of Pakistan colored with the fresh blood of Hindus through direct action.

One great personality in Bengal emerged on the eastern bank of Ganges in that crisis period to save the western part of Bengal for making a safe and secured land for Bengali Hindus. All though he was an ardent believer in the integrity of the country that he loved so much, when he found that the division of India had become imminent and the emergence of Pakistan inevitable, he joined with similar-minded leaders in demanding division of Bengal on the same analogy of division of India. Thus a portion of Bengal, now named as West Bengal, was saved from the clutches of the Muslim League, and remained with Indian Union. He was none other than Dr. Shyama Prasad Mookerjee, the savior of Bengal Hindus and the creator of West Bengal in all true senses.

In 1905, the first partition in Bengal was implemented as an administrative preference, making governing the two provinces, West and East Bengal, easier. While the partition split the province between West Bengal, in which the majority was Hindu, and the East, where the majority was Muslim, the 1905 partition left considerable minorities of Hindus in East Bengal and Muslims in West Bengal. While the Muslims were in favour of the partition, as they would have their own province, Hindus were not. This controversy led to increased violence and protest and finally, in 1911, the two provinces were once again united.

However, the disagreements between Hindus and Muslims in Bengal which had sparked the Partition of Bengal in 1905 still remained and laws, including the Partition of Bengal in 1947, were implemented to fulfill the political needs of the parties involved.

After it became apparent that the division of India on the basis of the Two-Nation Theory will almost certainly result in the partition of the Bengal province along religious lines, Bengal provincial Muslim League leader Hossain Sahid Suhrawardy came up with a radical plan to create an independent Bengal state that won’t join either Pakistan or India and remain un-partitioned. Suhrawardy realised that if Bengal is partitioned then it will be economically disastrous for east Bengal as all coal mines, all jute mills but two and other industrial plants will certainly go to the western part since these were in an overwhelmingly Hindu majority area. Most important of all, Kolkata, then the largest city in India, an industrial and commercial hub and the largest port will also go to the western part. Suhrawardy floated his idea on 24 April 1947 at a press conference in Delhi.

However,  the plan directly ran counter to the Muslim League’s, which was a political party during the period of the British Rule which advocated the creation of a separate Muslim-majority nation, demand of the creation of a separate Muslim homeland on the basis of two-nation theory. Initially Bengal provincial Muslim League leadership opinion was divided.  Barddhaman’s League leader Abul Hashim supported it. On the other hand Nurul Amin and Mohammad Akram Khan initially opposed it.  But Muhammad Ali Jinnah realized the validity of Suhrawardy’s argument and gave his tacit support to the plan.  After Jinnah’s approval, Suhrawardy started gathering support for his plan.

On the other hand in Congress side, only a handful of leaders agreed to the plan. Among them was the influential Bengal provincial congress leader Sarat Chandra Bose, the elder brother of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose and Kiran Shankar Roy. However most other Bengal Provincial Congress Committee leaders and Congress leadership including Nehru and Patel rejected the plan. The Hindu nationalist party Hindu Mahasabha under the leadership of Dr. Shyama Prasad Mookerjee vehemently opposed it.  Their opinion was that the plan is nothing but a ploy by Suhrawardy to stop the partition of the state so that the industrially developed western part including the city of Kolkata remains under League control. They also opined that even though the plan asked for a sovereign Bengal state, in practice it will be a virtual Pakistan and the Hindu minority will be at the mercy of the Muslim majority forever.

Although the chances of the proposal seeing daylight without Congress central committee’s approval was slim, Bose and Suhrawardy continued talks to reach an agreement on the political structure of the proposed state. Like Suhrawardy, Bose also felt that the partition will severely hamper Bengal’s economy and almost half of the Hindu population will be left stranded on the Pakistani side. The agreement was published on 24 May 1947.  However this was largely a political agreement. The proposal had hardly any support at grassroots level, particularly among the Hindus.  Muslim League’s continuous propaganda on the two-nation theory for the previous six years combined with the marginalization of Hindus in the Suhrawardy ministry and the vicious riots of Direct Action in 1946, which many Hindus believed was state sponsored, left little room for trust in Muslim League among Bengali Hindus. Soon afterwards, division arose among Bose and Suhrawardy on the question of the nature of the electorate; separate or joint. Suhrawardy insisted upon maintaining the separate electorate for Muslims and Non-Muslims. Sarat Bose  opposed this. He withdrew and due to lack of any other significant support from the Congress’s side, the United Bengal plan was discarded.  The Lion of India (Bharat Keshri), Dr. Mookherjee with a seer propagation of safety and security of Bengali Hindus established the legitimate claim of a separate land of Bengali Hindus within the territory of India, completely excluded from the clutch of communal Pakistan or any blatant conspiracy to suppress Bengali Hindus in the name of an united sovereign Bengal.

As per the plan, on 20 June 1947, the members of the Bengal Legislative Assembly cast three separate votes on the proposal to partition Bengal:

  • In the joint session of the house, composed of all the members of the Assembly, the division of the joint session of the House stood at 126 votes against and 90 votes for joining the existing Constituent Assembly (i.e., India)
  • Then the members of the Muslim-majority areas of Bengal in a separate session passed a motion by 106–35 votes against partitioning Bengal and instead joining a new Constituent Assembly (i.e., Pakistan) as a whole.
  • This was followed by the separate meeting of the members of the non-Muslim-majority areas of Bengal who by a division of 58–21 voted for partition of the province.

Under the Mountbatten Plan, a single majority vote in favour of partition by either notionally divided half of the Assembly would have decided the division of the province, and hence the house proceedings on 20 June resulted in the decision to partition Bengal. This set the stage for the creation of West Bengal as a province of the Union of India and East Bengal as a province of the Dominion of Pakistan.

Also in accordance with the Mountbatten Plan, in a referendum held on 7 July, the electorate of Sylhet voted to join East Bengal. Further, the Boundary Commission headed by Sir Cyril Radcliffe decided on the territorial demarcation between the two newly created provinces. Power was transferred to Pakistan and India on 14 and 15 August, respectively, under the Indian Independence Act 1947.

Dr. Shyama Prasad Mookerjee adopted causes to protect Hindus against what he believed to be the communal propaganda and the divisive agenda of the Muslim League.   Mookerjee and his future followers would always cite inherent  Hindu  practices of tolerance and communal respect as the reason for a healthy, prosperous and safe Muslim population in the country in the first place. His views were strongly affected by the Noakhali genocide in East Bengal, where mobs belonging to the Muslim league massacred Hindus in large numbers.

Dr. Mookerjee was initially a strong opponent of the Partition of India, but following the communal riots of 1946-47, Dr. Mookerjee strongly disfavored Hindus continuing to live in a Muslim-dominated state and under a government controlled by the Muslim League. Actually, with his prolific political strature and influence, Dr. Mookerjee traumatised Jinnah, Suhrawardy and other Muslim Leaguers for their plan of Pakistan with Muslim dominated areas when the Lion of India roared with a demand for the Hindu dominated areas for Bengali Hindus in the Western part of Bengal.

Unless, Dr. Shyama Prasad Mookerjee partitioned Pakistan to create West Bengal and proclaimed the safety and security of Bengali Hindus form the clutch of Jehadi Muslims, the majority Bengali Hindus had to face the same eventualities as now being faced by Bengali Hindus in Bangladesh and the Hindu minorities in Pakistan.

God sent this savior of Bengali Hindus who created West Bengal and all the peace loving, liberal, tolerant and cultural Bengalis.

Bengalis must pay homage to Dr.  Shyma Prasad Mookerjee, the creator of West Bengal on the foundation day of West Bengal on 20th June every year to respect and recapitulate the philosophy of Dr. Mookerjee to ensure the enshrined rights of Bengali Hindus in West Bengal.  West Bengal Government must observe this celebration of West Bengal day and to pay proper respect to Dr.  Shyama Prasad Mookerjee.

Source courtesy: i) Encyclopedia Britannica, ii) The partition of Bengal and Assam by Bidyut Chakrabarti, iii) Great Calcutta Killings and Noakhali Genocide by Dinesh Chanda Sinha. & iv) Swastika.

 

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India’s support to Palestine-Hamas combination is unexpected. Rather disturbing n dangerous.

Posted by hinduexistence on June 7, 2014

India and China Back Unified Palestinian Government.

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After bowing down to enter into the Temple of Democracy, Modi mentioned the legacy of Jana Sangha, sacrifice of last five generations and dedicated his Govt for the poorest of the poor.

Posted by hinduexistence on May 21, 2014

We can’t forget our legacy of Jana Sangha and the sacrifice of last five generations, when this new era of responsibility has begun: Narendra Modi.

Pranam to the Temple of DemocracyRama Roy | New Delhi | 20 May 2014:: Without forgetting his saffron legacy of Jana Sangha, even in the highest applause for a land slide victory of his party BJP and the alliance of NDA, Prime Minister, Elect Narendra Modi on Tuesday hailed his mandate as one of hope and trust and told his party colleagues that an era of responsibility had begun. 

In his maiden speech after being elected BJP parliamentary party leader, Modi looked to get his political messaging right as he promised to be inclusive and mindful of the poor and said he will give his party no reason to feel let down.

“Sarkar vo ho jo gareebon ke liye soche, jo gareebon ki sune, jo gareebon ke liye jiye, nayi sarkar gareebon ke liye samarpit hai. (A government should think of the poor, listens to the poor, live for the poor, the new government is dedicated to the poor”),” Modi said.

Seeking to reflect expectations raised by BJP winning 282 seats – the first time a non-Congress party has won a majority on its own — saying, “I am a very optimistic man; only optimistic man can bring optimism in the country.”

Hinting that he intends to be a long term player, Modi said the nature of the mandate indicated the faith reposed in the party and promised to present a sound report card when his government’s term ends in 2019.

“When we meet in 2019, I will give you and my countrymen a report card… I will live for India,” he said while speaking after being elected leader of the BJP parliamentary party in Parliament’s central hall.

He took care to strum the emotional chords of the assembled phalanx of BJP MPs, saluting the “sacrifice” of five generations of party workers and leaders as the reason for the saffron out achieving a majority on its own.

His genuflection to BJP seniors and pointed references to Deen Dayal Upadhyay seem intended to highlight his fealty to Sangh ideals and a subtle repudiation of criticism that his individualism is at odds with party ideology. 

During his speech to the BJP MPs in the Central Hall, Modi turned emotional when he referred to the absence of ailing senior party leader Atal Bihari Vajpayee. He said, “Had Atalji been in good health, he would have been here. It would have been the state of ‘sone pe suhaga’  (the icing on the cake).”

He then broke down as he referred to Advani’s speech, in which he said it was because of “Narendrabhai ki kripa” that the saffron parivar had achieved a clear majority in Lok Sabha. “Advaniji ne kaha ki Narendrabhai ki kripa hai. Kripa karke kripa ki baat na karein (Advaniji said Narendrabhai has done us a favour. Please don’t use the word kripa),” Modi said before breaking down in the middle of his speech. Rajnath Singh offered him a handkerchief.

Advani had made the reference while proposing Modi’s name as the BJP parliamentary party leader. He compared the BJP’s victory with historic feats like Independence and the opposition’s victory over Congress after the Emergency.

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Continuing his emotional speech, Modi said, “Kya maa ki seva kabhi kirpa ho sakti hai? Katai nahin ho sakti hai. Jaise Bharat meri maa hai waise hi BJP bhi meri maa hai. Aur is liye beta kabhi maa par kirpa nahin karta, sirf samarpit bhav se maa ki sewa karta hai. (Can a son do any favour by serving the mother? Not at all. Like India, BJP is also my mother. A son never does any favour. He only serves the mother).”

Modi urged his party colleagues to serve this country with all purity and the motive of sacrifice. Paying his deep tribute to all the freedom fighters and the makers of Constitution, Modi expressed gratitude to the flag-bearers of the largest democracy in this world.

He offered glowing tributes to generations of workers of the Jan Sangh and BJP and suggested that his achievement was built on the foundations laid by them and with the support from senior party leaders. “No words will be enough to express my gratitude to the hard work towards furthering nationalist thought by five generations of workers who made this historic day a reality for BJP,” Modi said. “You can see Modi not because Modi’s stature is large. You can see Modi because the party’s senior leaders raised me on their shoulders.” These words of solidarity with party workers and praise got BJP members very much emotional.

Modi categorically mentioned the last five generations who dedicated and sacrificed themselves to lit the oil lamp (the symbol of Jana Sangha) initially and inculcated the pure Nationalism gradually and helped to reach the ultimate goal.

Sri Narendra Modi did not lose sight of the larger responsibility being bestowed upon him and promised to leave no stone unturned for the welfare of “125 crore Indians” in his new role as the Prime Minister. He said that “if each one of 125 crore Indians stepped forward one step, the country will move forward by 125 crore steps”. In such a way, Modi wanted to emphasize the people participation in the Governmental activities.

Modi in Indian ParliamentNotwithstanding his vitriolic election campaign against the outgoing Congress-led regime, Modi acknowledged the “good work” by previous regimes and promised to expand their good work. “I congratulate all previous governments and their leaders. We will take their good work ahead and work harder to fulfil people’s dreams and aspirations.”

He promised that his government will work for the uplift of poor and vulnerable sections of society.

“The government should hear from the poor and work for the poor. My government will be dedicated to the poor, youth and women. It will be a government of villages, farmers, Dalits and deprived sections. All efforts will be aimed to live up to their hopes and expectations,” Modi said.

Speaking ahead of Modi, Rajnath Singh too underlined that the BJP’s victory was made possible because of support from all sections of society. “We got support from all sections of society whether it was SC/ST or others. In fact, BJP has the largest number of SC/ST members elected to the Lok Sabha,” he said, presiding over the meet.

Modi, for whom this was the first visit to the Central Hall, stepped into Parliament after paying his respect to the institution in his own fashion of typical Hindu tradition– by bowing down at the footsteps touching his forehead on it. In his speech, Modi described Indian Parliament as the Temple of Democracy.

Sri Narendra Modi’s name was proposed as Prime Minister by senior-most leader L K Advani and seconded by Murli Manohar Joshi, Sushma Swaraj, Arun Jaitley, Venkaiah Naidu and Nitin Gadkari among a few others.

With input from TOI and IE. Pic. Courtesy: PTI.

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Hindu nationalist Narendra Modi is set to become India’s next prime minister.

Posted by hinduexistence on May 13, 2014

The inevitable Modi Raj. The balanced blend of Hindutva is expected.

Modi on course to be India’s next leader, exit polls show

NaMo NamasteShyamantha Asokan | Reuters | New Delhi | May 12, 2014::  Hindu nationalist Narendra Modi is set to become India’s next prime minister, four major exit polls showed on Monday, with his opposition party and its allies forecast to sweep to a parliamentary majority in the world’s biggest ever election.

Modi, of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), electrified the lengthy contest that ended on Monday, with a media-savvy campaign that hinged on vows to kickstart India’s economy and create jobs.

Yet much depends on Modi winning enough seats to form a stable government that can push through promised reforms.

Elections are notoriously hard to call, and polls taken before and after voting have a patchy track record at best. Results of the ballot are due to be announced on Friday.

A Modi victory would be a blow for campaigners who have long maintained he is an autocratic Hindu supremacist responsible for an outbreak of religious riots in his home state, Gujarat, in 2002 in which more than 1,000 people died, mostly Muslims.

Modi, who rose from humble roots as a tea vendor’s son, was shunned by Western nations for years after the bloodshed in Gujarat

, where he has been chief minister since 2001.

However, his rise on the national stage forced a rethink among the European Union and the United States, whose ambassadors have met him to patch up relations.

Modi denies the accusations against him and a Supreme Court inquiry found no evidence to prosecute him.

A majority of 272 seats in parliament is needed to form a government, although that is often achieved with outside support from regional parties.

India’s staggered voting, spread over five weeks to reach the country’s 815 million voters and move security forces around its varied terrain, ended at 1800 IST (1230 GMT) on Monday.

Latest Message of NaMo to us: A victory for the people, a victory for India and the triumph of the ballot: From NaMo Blog.

CONGRESS FACES HUMILIATION

Hindu nationalist Modi shows his ink-marked finger to his supporters after casting his vote in AhmedabadThe BJP-led alliance is forecast to win 270-282 seats, according to a poll conducted by research group CSDS for the CNN-IBN television network.

It forecast just 92-102 seats for the coalition led by the Congress party, which would be worst ever result for the ruling party led by the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty.

Congress spearheaded India’s independence movement and has governed the country for over 50 years since freedom from British rule in 1947.

If the BJP and its pre-election allies can win an outright majority, it will be the best showing by a single group since Congress and its allies won 414 seats in 1984, when the assassination of then-prime minister Indira Gandhi created a swell of public sympathy for the party.

Several national exit polls over-estimated the BJP’s seat share in the last two general elections in 2004 and 2009. The Congress party went on to form coalition governments on both occasions.

“We will only know if this ‘Modi wave’ has really happened after the election results,” said Praveen Rai, a political analyst at CSDS who recently published a report on exit polls. “It still might be more of a media wave, a manufactured wave.”

Uttar Pradesh, India’s most populous state and a crucial political battleground, is particularly tricky for pollsters to forecast because it is a caste-sensitive state where some voters are afraid to speak frankly about who they chose, said Rai.

Another poll released on Monday, by Nielsen for ABP News, showed the BJP-led alliance hitting 281 seats. A third, by Cicero for the India Today group, predicted Modi’s alliance would take between 261 and 283 seats, and pollster C-Voter forecast a tally of 289.

One outlier poll, by Today’s Chanakya, showed the BJP emerging with enough seats to rule on its own.

BULL MARKET

SURVEY ON  BJP MINISTRYThe election reached a climax on Monday as Modi sought to secure his ticket in Varanasi, a holy city for Hindus on the river Ganges in Uttar Pradesh.

Stock markets have in recent days hit record highs on hopes that the exit polls would show the BJP and its allies winning a majority, boosted by both Modi’s pro-business image and the prospect of an end to the coalition governments that have slowed the pace of reform in recent years.

The Nifty index breached the psychologically key level of 7,000 points for the first time on Monday, breaking a record high of 6,871.35 that it hit on Friday.

The benchmark BSE Sensex hit an all-time high and the rupee touched its strongest levels in 10 months on Monday. Several analysts expected the rally to continue through the week.

“The implications of a strong NDA government at the centre is that the quality and composition of the capital flows will improve,” said Rupa Rege Nitsure, chief economist at Bank of Baroda. The BJP and its allies are known as the National Democratic Alliance (NDA).

Should Modi fall short of a majority when the results come in on May 16, he will need to strike a coalition deal with some of India’s increasingly powerful regional parties.

(Additional reporting by Aditya Kalra in NEW DELHI; Editing by John Chalmers and Mike Collett-White)

Related readings: My Hindutva agenda will not change : Yogi Adityanath, BJP MP from Gorakhpur.

Chop off Hands of those who Slaughter Gomatha : Swami Prananvananda, a Hindu Guru from South close to both RSS and BJP. 

Exit polls show Narendra Modi-led NDA on course for victory in Lok Sabha elections: ET.

World takes a view of Narendra Modi: HT. 

Courtesy: Reuters | ET |  HT | Agencies.

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Latent Legacy of Hindutva in BJP.

Posted by hinduexistence on April 20, 2014

Mahant Avaidyanath, Head of Gorakhnath Math ensures Hindutva in Social Life and Politics, urges BJP to give importance to Hindus in Bharat. 

Temple activist wants to keep Hindutva alive

Mahanta  Avaidyanath Ji

Mahant Avaidyanath, strong propagator of Hindutva and head of the Gorakhnath Math is now 98.

Mahant Avaidyanath, head of the Gorakhnath Math, is 98, but age and failing health have not weakened his resolve to “revive Hindutva and protect Hindus.”

The BJP, the party he supports, says development and good governance are its planks in the Lok Sabha election. But the Mahant, who was at the forefront of the Ram temple movement in Ayodhya, asserts that the election is an opportunity to reclaim the “shrinking space for Hindus in India.”

“We are fighting the elections on the agenda of revival of Hindutva and protection of Hindus who are in danger. If Hindus are threatened in India, where in the world will they be safe?” asks the four-time MP from here, who has been leading the revival and propagation of right-wing Hindu nationalism.

“We will support anyone who agrees with, and follows, our Hindutva philosophy, even if they are our enemies,” he told The Hindu in an exclusive conversation at his residence here.

The senior Mahant of the Math was earlier a Hindu Mahasabha leader.

Dismissing allegations that Mr. Modi and the BJP are “divisive” and “communal,” the Mahant says: “Anyone who tries to revive Hindutva, anyone who speaks up for Hindus is perceived as communal by the people who are essentially just enemies of Hindus and Hindutva.”

The Mahant, whose disciple Yogi Adityanath, sitting BJP MP from Gorakhpur, has succeeded him, says the Math’s main concern today is to “keep Hindutva alive.” [The Hindu].

* Yogi Adityanath is also the BJP contestant this time again in General election 2014 from Gorakhpur Loksabha seat. ~ Hindu Existence. 

Yogi Adityanath ensures his win through a strong Hindutva Propagation. 

In Gorakhpur, they swear by this Baba

Yogi Adityanath with BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi recently - Pic. PTI.

Yogi Adityanath with BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi recently – Pic. PTI.

SMRITI KAK RAMACHANDRAN | THE HINDU | GORAKHPUR | APRIL 20, 2014 ::  Hoardings and posters of candidates are conspicuously absent in eastern Uttar Pradesh’s Gorakhpur parliamentary constituency. Barring a couple of billboards of the BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi promising “Achche din” (good days), there is little by way of electioneering.

“This city chooses Baba; what is there to discuss? What good are posters when we all swear by him?” asks a shop owner in Golghar.

Yogi Adityanath, aka Baba, is the head priest of the Gorakhnath Mutt and the sitting MP since 1998. He is the presumed winner of the forthcoming polls.

The city is not only ready to re-elect him, but is also geared up to vote for “Modi”, who is “Baba’s choice.” The Yogi-politician has the final word in Gorakhpur and people eulogise him; they blame the lack of development in the city on successive Samajwadi Party and Bahujan Samaj Party-led governments in the State.

Dalit dissent

While a majority of the city seems to have already chosen its MP, the minority communities — the backward classes and Dalits (Gorakhpur has a sizable Chamar population) — are divided in their opinion. “There are about 20,000-odd Christians in Gorakhpur and they have traditionally been Congress supporters. But this time there is a dilemma, some are supporting the Aam Aadmi Party, though its presence here is almost non-existent; others are thinking of going with the SP. But like the Muslims, the community is not the BJP’s vote bank,” says Rev. Roshan All of St. John’s Church in Bashartpur.

Not all residents endorse the assertion by the Gorakhpur temple that Hindus and Muslims co-exist in peace. “There are fewer clashes; incidents like Muzaffarnagar have not happened in recent times, but that doesn’t mean there is no tension,” says a Muslim resident, requesting not to be named.

Gorakhpur, on the banks of the Rapti, is considered the bedrock of right-wing Hindutva forces. It is also now home to the deadly Encephalitis that claims hundreds of lives every year.

The lack of development, avenues for employment and poor infrastructure are hard to ignore. [The Hindu].

** The legacy of Gorakhpur Matth is traditionally attached with Dharma Raksha, Go Raksha, Ganga Raksha, Sanskrit Prachar, Ghar wapsi (Reconversion of Hindus)  and Youth Organisation. – Hindu Existence. 

Courtesy: The Hindu | Modi Times.

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Welcome a True Hindu Leader in the post of Prime Minister of Bharat (India).

Posted by hinduexistence on April 14, 2014

Watch this unique interview of Shri Narendra Modi with Shri Rajat Sharma of India TV. What an inspirational flow of Nationality, Humanity and Every Possibility as articulated by a true Hindu Nationalist Leader named Narendra Bahi Damodardas Modi. He is adorned by every hearts in India. And only He can ensure everybody’s rights, respects and richness in true sense.  He is the most expected person in the post of Prime Minister of India through the General Election 2014, continuing in India presently. 

WE URGE EVERYBODY TO SEE THIS INTERVIEW AT LEAST THRICE. TRY TO UNDERSTAND THIS MAN NARENDRA BHAI MODI. AND VOTE FOR INDIA. BHARAT MATA KI JAI.

Courtesy: India TV | You Tube.

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Hindus Expect Fulfillment of Promises & Clear Time-Bound Road map – VHP.

Posted by hinduexistence on April 9, 2014

VHP hails BJP manifesto with a demand of clear cut and time bound road map for its fulfillment. 

BJP Manifesto - VHP Expects Clear and Time bound Road Map.Hindu Existence Bureau| New Delhi | 9 April 2014:: On 6th April at Indore, senior Vishwa Hindu Parishad  leader Pravin Togadia conveyed his sharp demands to all the political parties, especially BJP, to promise various concessions and schemes for Hindu community in their manifestos, apart from enactment of law to build the Ram temple in Ayodhya.

“We on behalf of the majority of Hindus have demanded that all the political parties should promise to provide fee-reimbursement to Rs 10 crore poor Hindu students in their manifestos,” said Togadia, the international working president of VHP.

Jobs should be provided to Hindu youths and security to over four lakh Kashmiri Hindus living in refugee camps, he said.

The parties should also promise to enact a law to facilitate construction of the Ram Temple in Ay0dhya, he said.

Cow slaughter and religious conversions should be banned, article 370 of Constitution should be removed and common civil code should be implemented, he said, listing other demands.

He said he has high hopes from BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi in this regard.

When asked about Congress President Sonia Gandhi seeking support of the Shahi Imam of Jama Masjid, Togadia said “in the democracy everyone has the right to seek votes”.

He said Hindus should also vote for a party which cares about their rights.

In the very next day BJP released their manifesto on 7th April. Welcoming the inclusion of issues like Ram Janmabhoomi, Article 370 and Uniform Civil Code in the BJP’s election manifesto, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) immdeately demanded a time-bound roadmap from the party on these subjects.

In a statement relaesed on 7th April at Allahabad, VHP leader Pravin Togadia, however, said he was disappointed over “no mention of strictly tackling terrorism” in the manifesto.

The firebrand leader said he hopes “this matter will be tackled with immediate effect”.

“It is good that following a strong demand from the VHP and other Hindu organisations, Hindu-related issues like Ram Temple, Article 370, Uniform Civil Code, Kashmiri Pandits and protection of cows have found a place in the BJP’s election manifesto.

“We hope the momentum will be maintained by concrete steps for solving these issues with Hindu well-being as the primary goal” in the event of a BJP-led government coming to power at the Centre, he said.

“Hindus now expect that Article 370 is abrogated at the earliest unlike in the past when there have been discussions only.

“It is also expected that the Ram Janmabhoomi issue will be resolved by a Parliamentary legislation and not remain stuck in endless debates,” Togadia said.

“There must be a time-bound road map for resolving these issues. Concrete steps must be taken for rehabilitation of Kashmiri Pandits and to ensure that cow slaughter is checked effectively. It must be ensured that common civil code is applied to all walks of life and does not remain confined to providing equal rights for minority women,” Togadia said.

Now, Hindus & VHP expect that the mentions in the manifesto really take shape of actions with a time bound concrete road map with no delays. Hope that rather than only discussion on article 370, the said article is fast abrogated; rather than debating various ways, Ram Temple Legislation is passed in Indian Parliament; Kashmiri Pundits are rehabilitated with respect & with safety before December 2014 at the places from where they were chased away in Kashmir; Common Civil Code is established fully in all walks of life rather than only giving equal rights to minority women; the law completely banning cow & cow progeny butchering is passed; provisions of good package to all poor Hindu children & women of all castes as well as establishment of Veda Paathshaalas, Temples, Hindu monuments & people are given safety & all facilities rather than helping only Madrasas and  Muslim minority communities.

Courtesy: PTI | VHP.

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BJP Manifesto dedicates the commitment to Hindutva issues with an agglomerations to others.

Posted by hinduexistence on April 8, 2014

BJP manifesto may stick to Hindutva issues but leave room for negotiations.

BJP Election Maniesto 2014TNN | New Delhi | Apr 7, 2014::  BJP’s manifesto for the 2014 Lok Sabha elections is expected to reiterate its commitment to Hindutva issues relating to the demand for a Ram temple at Ayodhya, uniform civil code and Article 370 as articulated in its 2009 manifesto.

The manifesto will not make any-time bound commitment on Hindutva or other issues like inflation. On economic policy, it may spell out a stand against retrospective taxation in the context of the Vodafone controversy. The document is expected to have a section on women’s empowerment.

BJP is expected to underline its commitment to Hindutva issues but will leave enough room to accommodate current and potential partners by leaving the window open to negotiation and court rulings on demands like the construction of a Ram temple at Ayodhya.

On Article 370, the 2009 manifesto had said the provision was a psychological barrier to the full integration of Jammu and Kashmir with the national mainstream and BJP remains committed to its abrogation.

On the demand for a uniform civil code, the 2009 manifesto said there cannot be genuine gender equality unless India adopts a UCC. The manifesto said the BJP would set up a commission to draft a UCC in keeping with modern laws and society.

BJP sources said on all the three issues, the party would not make its position so rigid as to preclude negotiation or create hurdles in the way of alliances. In 2004, the NDA manifesto had included a reference to the Ram temple, stating that all avenues should be explored including negotiation or a court verdict.

While the BJP manifesto maintains status quo outlining its distinct stand on Hindutva issues, even with relation to some of its current partners, the party is expected to spell out its opposition to permitting FDI in multi-brand retail.

In keeping with its cautious approach, BJP is not likely to be specific on other matters related to economy and will steer clear of making commitments. So, it will not set out deadlines for commitments like controlling inflation and bringing prices under control.

The idea here is to dodge the trap that Congress fell into when it set a 100-day time frame for controlling prices, something BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi keeps reminding the ruling party at rally after rally.

Similarly, on taxation, the manifesto will not venture as far as to commit a reduction in tax rates, choosing to stop at a promise to simplify and rationalise taxation structure and procedures. However, there may be a clear cut commitment against retrospective taxation of the kind that UPA resorted to in the case of Vodafone and which has been identified as among the factors which worsened the investment climate.

The document, which will bear the stamp of Modi’s development model, will commit the party to the goal of cheap and affordable housing, but again without commitments. Emphasis on reducing current account and fiscal deficits will also avoid setting targets.

There may be a separate section on women’s issues such as empowerment and safety.

Highlights of BJP manifesto 2014.

7b188aa3-7e27-4d67-8462-b8b4e13b3a1awallpaper1PTI | New Delhi | Apr 7, 2014::  The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) released its manifesto for the 2014 Lok Sabha elections. Here are the highlights:

# The party reiterates its stand to explore all possibilities within framework of Constitution to facilitate construction of the Ram Temple in Ayodhya.

# Reiterating its stand on Article 370 and discussing with all stakeholders for abrogation of the Article.

# Ensuring minimisation of black money and setting up of a task force for this purpose.

# Putting in place strict measures and special courts to stop hoarding and black marketing.

# Setting up a Price Stabilisation Fund.

# Unbundling FCI operations into procurement, storage and distribution for greater efficiency.

# Evolving a single National Agriculture Market.

# Promoting and support area specific crops and vegetables linked to food habits of the people.

# Developing high impact domains like labour intensive manufacturing, tourism, and strengthening traditional employment bases of agriculture and allied industry.

# Harnessing opportunities provided by the upgradation of infrastructure and housing.

# Encouraging and empowering youth for self employment and transforming employment exchanges into career centres.

# Eliminating corruption through public awareness,  e-governance, rationalisation and simplification of tax regime.

# Harmonising Centre-state relations by evolving model of national development driven by the states.

# Setting up a Team India initiative which will include the PM and CMs as equal partners.

# Ensure fiscal autonomy of states and creation of regional councils of states of common problems and concerns.

# National Development Council and Inter-state Council will be revived and made into active body.

# Involving state governments in promotion of foreign trade and commerce.

# Greater decentralisation through smaller states.

# Special emphasis on improving connectivity in Northeast region.

# Massive infrastructure development in NE region.

# Complete all pending fencing work along the India-Bangladesh and India-Myanmar border.

# Dealing with insurgency with a firm hand.

#BJP to draft a Uniform Civil Code drawing upon the best traditions and harmonising them with the modern times.

# Foreign policy will be guided through pragmatism and doctrines of mutually beneficial and interlocking relationships.

# Launching a massive Clean Rivers Programme with people’s participation.

# Pursuing friendly relations with neighbours and at the same time not hesitate from taking strong stand when required.

# Reviving the anti-terror mechanism which has been dismantled by the Congress and putting in place swift and fair trial of terror-related cases.

# Insulate intelligence agencies from political intervention and interference.

# Strengthening DRDO and encourage private sector  participation including FDI in selected defence industries.

# Strengthening physical infrastructure with expediting work on freight and industrial corridors.

# Setting up of gas grids and national optical fibre network upto the village level.

# Launching of diamond quadrilateral project of high-speed rail network (Bullet trains).

# Setting up of agri rail network catering to needs of perishable farm products.

# Launching of 50 new tourist circuits for the development of tourism.

# Universalisation of secondary school education and skill development and establishment of national e-library.

# Implementation of national education policy.UGC to be restructured and transformed into higher education commission.

# Ensuring urgent steps for safety of migrant workers and communities from Northeast and other states.

# Pursuing an agenda of equal and rapid development of all three regions of Jammu and Kashmir – Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh.

# Return of Kashmiri Pandits to the land of their ancestors with full dignity and security.

# Evolving further the PPP model into a People-Public-Private Partnership (PPPP).

# Strengthening self-governance and empowering Panchayati Raj institutions with a devolution of functionaries and funds.

Courtesy: TOI | Indian Express.

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Narendra Modi: Appealing to India’s Hindu heart.

Posted by hinduexistence on April 6, 2014

Appealing to India’s Hindu heart.

Considering the Indian election strategy of Hindu champion and hot favourite Narendra Modi.

Sensing victory: Narendra Modi is on the cusp of presidential power. Photo: Reuters

Sensing victory: Narendra Modi is on the cusp of presidential power. Photo: Reuters

The Sydney Morning Herald | Jason Koutsoukis | April 6, 2014:: In a dusty fairground adjacent to a Doric-style retail emporium on the far outskirts of Delhi, a saffron-coloured crowd of 50,000 roars for its new Hindu champion, Narendra Modi. He is the 63-year-old former chaiwala (tea seller) who is the hot favourite to become India’s next prime minister, and he has just been flown by helicopter to yet another rally in a marathon seduction of the country’s 814 million voters.

Many in this crowd have come down from the high-rise apartment towers that surround the venue. They are the lucky ones counted among India’s 300-million-strong middle class and are Modi’s core constituency.

Many more, who cannot yet afford to live in this neighbourhood, have been bussed in by organisers from Modi’s Bharatiya Janata Party, or Indian People’s Party, and are proudly daubed in an array of Modi-for-PM paraphernalia that includes hats, scarves, face masks, T-shirts, flags and garlands.

Fed up with the Indian National Congress that has governed India for a decade – the mega-scams, the bloated welfare schemes and the famously dynastic Gandhi family that has ruled the party for most of the past 70 years – Modi’s supporters believe their country has seen better days.

The growth rate has halved, the budget deficit has doubled, the rupee has fallen to undignified lows – and people are hankering for

someone capable enough to push the faltering economy back on track and lift living standards.

”Bharat Mata ki Jai,” booms Modi from a dais festooned with floral bunting: Hail Mother India. The massive crowd that has been waiting for hours in the heat is at fever pitch.

Since 2001 the pro-business Modi has been chief minister of the north-western coastal province of Gujarat, an industrial powerhouse that has enjoyed strong growth rates and above-average living standards.

A teetotal vegetarian who rises daily at 5am to do yoga and meditate, Modi openly projects a proud brand of Hinduism, a fact underlined by his decision to run for Parliament not in his home state of Gujarat but in Varanasi, the holiest of Hindu sites on the banks of the Ganges River.

Modi's 'Gujarat miracle' of growth has inspired supporters like Sandeep Mudgal.

Modi’s ‘Gujarat miracle’ of growth has inspired supporters like Sandeep Mudgal.

Modi has also never quite shaken off charges that in 2002 he allowed Hindu rioters to attack Muslim neighbourhoods in Gujarat, resulting in the deaths of more than 1000 Muslims. The riots were triggered by a fire aboard a train in the eastern Gujarat district of Godhra that killed 59 Hindu pilgrims and that police blamed on local Muslims.

Modi has consistently refused international demands he apologise for the riots, and insists he did all that he could to stop the violence. And instead of ignoring Congress accusations that he will split the country along sectarian lines if he becomes prime minister, he throws the charges right back at the party and its leadership.

”Madam Sonia [Gandhi] has already divided people on the lines of religion, and attempted to divide those who give their life for mother India,” growled Modi from the dais.

”Congress wants to hear communal words from Modi, so, that they can claim themselves secular.”

In the flesh, Modi projects an easy assurance before the crowd. He mixes humour and Sanskrit aphorisms with an inspiring rhetoric that fuels the crowd’s aspirations for a better future.

Unlike his 43-year-old Congress opponent Rahul Gandhi, the great-grandson of India’s first prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru and the grandson of India’s first female prime minister Indira Gandhi, Modi’s campaign relentlessly reminds voters he is one of them.

He is the son of a tea-stall owner born into a low-caste family, and his personal story emphasises a connection with the common man and a deep commitment to traditional Hindu philosophy.

His basic political vision was shaped through his teenage involvement with the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, which means National Volunteer Organisation and is commonly referred to as the RSS, a hardline Hindu nationalist movement.

Typical of the Modi supporters in the crowd is 32-year-old Sandeep Mudgal, a mathematics graduate who left his job as a software developer seven years ago to work full-time for the BJP. His focus in this election campaign has been on the 2.3 million registered voters in the local Ghaziabad electorate, where the BJP candidate is former army chief and possible new defence minister V.K. Singh.

”One of the things we’re doing is advertising a toll-free number asking people to call if they want to become campaign volunteers. When people call the number, they get an SMS that directs them to an online registration process. We’ve had 90,000 calls in this [electorate],” Mudgal says.

He explains Modi’s momentum by pointing to his record as chief minister in Gujarat, what he calls the ”Gujarat miracle”.

Supporter Samyogita Tyagi.

Supporter Samyogita Tyagi.

During Modi’s 10 years as chief minister, Gujarat has grown an average of 10per cent a year, and ranks fifth in terms of per capita income, and he slashed red tape to attract manufacturing giants such as Ford, Suzuki and Indian car maker Tata Motors.

”He chases companies, he creates jobs, he encourages prosperity and, most of all, he wants other people to be like him and work hard to lift themselves up,” Mudgal says.

”In Gujarat the water is clean and the electricity runs 24 hours a day. That’s a model for the rest of the country. We’re a big country, but we’re not fulfilling our potential.”

Mudgal admits the Gujarat riots have been a problem for Modi, but he personally believes Modi’s role in allowing Hindus to attack Muslims has been horribly exaggerated. ”Most of the stories you read in the media are not true. Modi was not the bad guy. I’m not anti-Muslim, and neither is he.”

He nevertheless conceded that not many among India’s 138 million Muslims would be thinking about voting for Modi. ”Look, the main thing is, India comes first, everything else comes second.”

Samyogita Tyagi, a 40-year-old engineer who is the mother of two daughters and owns a construction business, says she trusts Modi like a close member of her family. ”That’s how much I think he cares about our country. I admire his leadership qualities, that’s what India needs. He has a vision for one nation, one India, favouring neither caste nor religion.”

Others in the crowd such as retired civil servant Abhishek Singh have no qualms about celebrating Modi’s Hindu nationalist credentials.

”I’m a Hindu nationalist, so why would I be worried if he is? Hindu nationalism means preserving and protecting our wonderful Hindu culture. Modi’s a patriot, he’s a nationalist and he’s ambitious for this nation,” Singh says.

”I think of India as being like Israel. We’re surrounded by countries that are our enemies. We have Pakistan, Afghanistan, China, Sri Lanka – we need a strong man who is not afraid to stand up for this country.”

According to research commissioned by The Times of India and conducted by the Association for Democratic Reforms, a survey of 250,000 people throughout the country indicated the No. 1 issue for voters was better job opportunities, perhaps the most significant factor driving Modi’s momentum.

”We see him as someone with a proven record in delivering jobs, in delivering economic growth,” says Shashank, a 32-year-old father of two who works as an IT engineer. ”What India needs most is economic growth, and the model for that is the home state of Gujarat. We need to make the whole of India like Gujarat.”

Narendra Modi: The Real Hindu Heart-throb in this election.

Narendra Modi: The Real Hindu Heart-throb in this election.

The next-most-important issue for voters is drinking water, followed by better roads, better public transport and better supply of electricity. ”Of course, electricity and water are very important,” Shashank says. ”But first we need the economy to get moving, then those things will follow. That’s the Gujarat model.”

Although voting begins on Monday in the north-eastern province of Assam, exactly what Modi will promise is unknown, with the BJP still fussing over its platform and yet to release its manifesto to voters. Media reports suggest he will unveil a ”rainbow development strategy to build a vibrant Brand India”.

Unlikely to put a figure on the number of jobs he expects to create, Modi will promise massive infrastructure development, including bullet trains in 100 cities, new housing for the poor, and an expansion of the world-class Indian Institutes of Technology network. Other items on his list are expected to be plans to invest heavily in health and agriculture development, and reforms to simplify India’s notoriously complex bureaucracy.

With the last day of voting not until May 12, this election campaign still promises a few surprises and, despite the polls and the overweening exuberance of the BJP followers, Indian voters can take unexpected directions. In the 2004 election, the BJP was brimming with similar levels of confidence, but it was reigning Congress Party president Sonia Gandhi who ended up the kingmaker.

Courtesy:The Sydney Morning Herald.

Jason Koutsoukis is Fairfax Media’s new South Asia correspondent.

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The General Election 2014 & The Hindu Agenda.

Posted by hinduexistence on March 19, 2014

The General Election 2014 in India and the Hindu Agenda.

Upananda Brahmachari.                                    

THE HINDU AGENDA 2014New Delhi | Hindu Existence Bureau | 19 March 2014:: Misguided and diverting Hindus in India.  Rather, we are seeing a dying and depraved Hindus in the sphere of election scenario as handled by so many persons and components, all ego centric and quite erratic bearing Hindus names.

The Islamic Agenda

If you go to any Muslim Mohall these days, you will only hear one serious discussion, the coming election, and the candidates of different parties to whom vote or not to vote. The choupals (market sitting places) not far away from a beef selling shop, the club rooms decorated with the pictures of Mecca and Madina, the Madrasha common rooms, the Friday congregation in the Mosques, the namaj punctual underworld and the labour class, the commuters in a journey wearing skull caps, the burka clad women or may not, resonates all the same voice. All Arabic name holders are seriously trying to shun all discords between them so that they can voice to pressurize unitedly upon the contesting candidates of different parties for furthering their own agenda apart from any agenda or manifesto of any political parties, whatever it may be.  The Muslim minorities in India have the goal in its election agenda to increase the numbers of radical and risk holder Muslim MPs (Member of Parliament) as to gain the power of the Muslim society to materialize its ambition of grabbing executive powers in India through a Political Jihad. This political design of Islamic agenda for any national election is meant for spreading Sharia, first inside the Muslim society and next to all others.  They are motivated enough by the leaders of Islamic parties, the prime Imams of the society, the influential clergies attached to Deoband school of thinking, and even the local Muslim leaders, propagators and the fundamental agents staying within all the parties.  Their unique march ahead is specific enough for their Islamic gain.

This has been possible after consecutive proclamations for Muslim interests by all Muslim political leaders as demanded by the Muslim society. And obviously these public demands are generally created by the political leaders of same faith or by the pseudo seculars who prefer to play Muslim vote bank politics. Mention or not, within this process of Islamization of Indian Politics (i.e. Political Jihad), Muslims have universalized their agenda encompassing more Muslim Person Law, Reconstruction of Babri Mosque,  cent percent implementation of Sacchar Committee,  more and more seat reservations in politics and employment ,  establishment of Islamic banking, banning of all Hindu religious programmes  in front of their eyesight, more and more cow slaughtering in front of Hindu sights, parallel Islamic system without any control of Indian administration, police and judiciary, freeing all the Mujahedeens kept in the jails, in a word:  unabated Islamic expansionism in India in all possible ways.  Some demands are straight, some are told deflected.

Believe me or not, all the political parties virtually accept all these demands mentioned above as per Islamic agenda to get the blessing of Muslim voters as an Indian tradition of Vote culture. Have you heard any voice of any Hindu political leader or other to deny all these unjust and unconstitutional claims of Muslims?

The lack of Hindu political will

In most of the cases the crying babies get mother’s milk.  But the shy Hindus even differ to claim anything for their Hindu well-being. Hindus think that they are so philanthropic that they cannot demand even their rights of existence. When Hindus demand something, they demand it personally, publicly, pretentiously or politically, but such claims are not connected with any Hindu interest. The demands made by them are so personal or political that damages the Hindu interest in a very gross way.

This terminology of ‘The Hindu Agenda’ may sound most communal and unfamiliar for the major Hindus.  In India, it has not been set prominent and important ever before by any Hindu religious groups or saints, or by any Hindu political leaders.  The concept of setting Hindu Agenda or Hindus Demands in Indian Politics is embarrassing enough. The political parties can put their agenda and claim their demands and so the Muslims, Christians and others.  But, Hindus cannot.

Hindu leaders lack political will on their own and eventually misled the Hindu mass from preparing a Hindu agenda or charter of demand before any election to avoid all dereliction for the Hindus as a trend of Indian politics.

As a matter of fact, the big Hindu organizations (RSS, VHP, Arya Samaj, Art of Living, just taking these names for example) and the star Hindu saints having crores of disciples (as they claim), unfortunately negotiate with the political parties for their own gain and not obviously for any majestic might or for the realistic development for the Hindu society through a new political revelation.

I respect Sri Ashok Singhal and Dr. Pravin Togadiya, the iconic Hindu leaders of Vishwa Hindu Parisad. But, where are these Hindu leaders to frame and place the Hindu demand and Hindu agenda before election to all the political parties without any prejudice.

I had also a long connection with Sangha Parivar. But, I have never seen any such Hindu demand or agenda to announce publically meaningful before any such election moments.  But heard many times to air that ‘Jo Hindu Hit me Kaam karega, wohi desh me raj karega’ (means who works for the Hindu interest will rule the country).

The concoction in the above phrase is beyond any measure.  VHP and RSS are doing all the works in the interest of Hindus. But, they are not ruling the country.  Again if we want to honor the phrasal ambit, that denotes that the ruling MPs in the Center are doing all the best for Hindu interest!  The VHP in such a way ridiculed themselves after hitting their own slogan.

The health of Sri Ashok Singhal is unwell due to his age. But, Dr Togadiya Ji is simply missing from his expected role to prepare Hindus for an election war or censored by Sangha to pass any remarks for such Hindu agenda or any demand as such. The embarrassment went limitless when a third year (final official training camp) trained Swayamsevak (RSS cadre)  all on a sudden offered apology to the Muslims of India for no reasons at all. Yes, I am telling about Sri Rajnath Singh, the present president of Bharatiya Janata Party.

  • The next discussions: The Hindu Agenda and Hindu Vote Bank. (published).
  • Fulfilling the Hindu demands and Modi factor. (published).
  • Conclusion. (published).   Debug-External-link-icon    READ ALL THESE IN THIS LINK.

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