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Modi have forgotten all his Hindu Promises. Now, No Temple, No Vote: Hindu Mahasabha.

Hindu Mahasabha Hording in Lucknow

No temple, No vote: Hindu Mahasabha’s ultimatum to Modi Govt before UP Election.

Amit Shrivastava | HENB | Lucknow | May 7, 2016:: The Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha and the Sant Sabha, a body of saints, have put up hoardings in Lucknow city serving an ultimatum to the Modi government. The hoardings were seen since the end of April but suddenly disappeared interestingly.

The hoardings, mounted all over the UP state capital, say, “Modi, Bhagwat, Shah, Togadiya, Kan kholkar shun lo Bhaiya/ Agar 2016 mein mandir nirman nahi, to 2017 mein matdaan nahin” and “Bhool gaye mandir ka vada, phir ho gaye anjaane/ gau bhakshak (cow killers) ho mantri jiske, usko kya Hindu pehachane.” (means: “Modi, Bhagwat, Shah and Togadiya must hear it clearly; if Temple is not constructed within 2016, there will be no vote in 2017” and “You have forgotten the promises of Temple and turned as unknown person, those have beef-eater ministers, how can they recognize the Hindus?”).

The Uttar Pradesh State Legislative Election will be commenced on 2017.

The hoardings carry the photographs of Proposed Sri Ram Temple in Ayodhya and Swami Chakrapani, the “national president” of the Hindu Mahasabha.

The Chakrapani faction of the Hindu Mahasabha has suddenly become active in Uttar Pradesh after Kamlesh Tiwari was jailed under the National Security Act in December last year. Talking to a select group of reporters, Swami Chakrapani said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had promised to ban cow slaughter across the country, bring back black money stashed abroad and clear the hurdles for temple construction, but he has forgotten all his promises to the Hindus made in his election campaigns as a Prime Ministerial candidate..

“The state BJP president is saying that Ram temple is not on the party’s agenda. Instead of banning cow slaughter, beef-eater leaders like Kiren Rijiju have been made ministers and there are no signs of the black money being brought back,” he said.

Hindu Mahasabha sources said that plans were being made to intensify the campaign for the Ramjanmabhoomi temple in Ayodhya and put the Modi government in an “unavoidable” position.

The BJP spokesman Vijay Bahadur Pathak, meanwhile, said that the BJP was not running away from any questions and its leaders had already clarified that the Ram temple issue was a matter of faith and not an election issue.

Interestingly, the Hindu Mahasabha hoardings were ripped off within 24 hours and a municipal official said that they had nothing to do with it. “Strong winds have been blowing across Lucknow and it is possible that the hoardings may have got torn,” he stated.


2 comments on “Modi have forgotten all his Hindu Promises. Now, No Temple, No Vote: Hindu Mahasabha.

  1. Dirgha Raj Prasai
    May 8, 2016

    We request from Nepal- the BJP PM Narendra Modi must give his attention to keep intact Hinduism in India, Nepal and all over the world. Why he is forgetting the prestigious path of Hinduism now? Due to the nefarious conspiracy of Congress (I) and its RAW 2006-2014, EU and CIA were active to destroy the Nepalese traditional identity. In such situation, BJP won India and Narendra Modi became the first Hindu Prime Minister of India. We heartily congratulate Prime minister Sri Narendra Modi, a visionary leader. We the Nepalese people hope, India should positive and supportive role cancelling all the conspirator roles of Congress (I) and restore all about Hinduism. We believe Indo- Nepal relations will find new dimensions with new government of India. Being identity and survival essence, in Nepal Hindu Kingdom and constitutional monarch must be in existence.

    Hindu culture and traditions have a long history spanning over a period of thousands and thousands of years and developed over several eras. They remain indispensable to the lives of Hindus and Hindu Temples today as sources of religious practices, spiritual inspiration, cultural expression, and social bonding. They bind all Hindus together irrespective of the regional and ethnic diversity. Hindu Temples have been built over so many centuries. All the Temples have their unique history as to how they were built, who built them, what kind of architectures were selected, how they selected the presiding deity, what kind of customs they have developed over the years to run the Temples, and what kind of festivals are performed. As a result, Temples often greatly vary in their appearance, rituals, traditions, festivals and customs from region to region. Temples in southern states, eastern states, northern states and Western India have their distinctive characteristics. These temples are very different from one state to the other. Diversity and imagination are the hallmark of Hindu mind.

    I think, majority Indian people also want Hindu Kingdom with monarchy in Nepal. In India, there are almost 80 Carods Hindus. So, to keep longevity of Hinduism Narendra Modi and his Govt. must active to save the identities of Hindus. Yes! Narendra Modi should understand that we Nepalese people need to reinstate the amiable Hindu monarchy and Hindu Kingdom to keep intact in Nepal and India. . The Nepalese monarch always has goodwill with India. The fact is that the Nepalese monarchs held special right for carrying out ritualistic worship in many Hindu shrines and temples in India and then India’s Hindutwa also can be dignified. So, Modi Govt. actively should propose to restore the constitutional monarchy and Hindu Kingdom in Nepal for the dignity of all Hindu in the world.

    Thank you
    Dirgha Raj Prasai


  2. ramkrishnagoel
    May 8, 2016

    If I will write what happened in Vadodara from 27,2,002,to May, 2002 and again from 01.05.2006 after demolition of a 200 years old Chisti Dargah by the BJP Mayor Mr. Sunil Solanki. on 01.05.2006 despite objections from all Bureaucrats and NGO.s of Vadodara.
    Why Mr. Narendra Modiji is protecting all wrong doers of Vadodara from 27.2.2002 on the cost of Nation?

    Demolition drive: At VMC, united they stand

    Ayesha Khan

    Vadodara, April 24: IT would have been unthinkable a couple of years ago to consider removing religious shrines which started mushrooming on roads at various places in Gujarat. But this is precisely what is happening in Vadodara, that too backed by political consensus and a predominantly BJP board
    At Vadodara Municipal Corporation’s (VMC) general board meeting on Monday, councillors cutting across party lines thumped their desks in support of Mayor Sunil Solanki’s ongoing drive to remove encroachments, including religious structures on city roads.
    Their attitude was in a marked contrast to that of Rajkot’s BJP councillors, who assaulted the city’s municipal commissioner last week for the demolition of a small Hanuman deri on civic land.
    For the last one month, a cautious elected body and a non-committal administration have been able to go ahead with the exercise, though detractors have tried to lend a communal colour to the peaceful operations. Solanki had received an anonymous phone call, threatening him if Muslim structures were touched. The Vadodara VHP unit, in an open letter to officials, had taunted that no action was being taken against Muslim structures or in predominantly Muslim areas. Worse still, an attempt was made to give a communal colour to the removal of unauthorised structures around a dargah on Rajmahal Road.
    But an impartial exercise has won the mayor the vocal support of his fellow BJP councillors and also Congress councillors.
    While condemning the anonymous phone call, which many concede could be a mischievous attempt, for the first time councillors believe this is an impartial exercise. ‘‘We are not deliberately targetting any religious structure, we are trying to build consensus and remove them with due respect,’’ said Solanki, visibly buoyed by the political support.
    A reason why on Monday, when the VMC demolition team removed encroachments near a mosque on Piramatar Road, officials could pacify a section of agitated Muslim residents as they feared action against the mosque as well.
    But the VMC team could manage to hold peace as they removed toilet structures adjacent to the mosque which were unauthorised, while keeping the structure intact as it is on private property. The Piramatar Road Muslim residents were voicing their fears after a VHP call for action against Muslim structures.
    VMC officials, including municipal commissioner Rohit Pathak, have been categorically saying that only those religious structures on public roads which are obstructing road widening exercises, or work on sewage or water lines, are being removed right now.
    This is why even BJP councillors in Danteshwar area stood by the demolition team when a Hanuman Temple alongwith a dargah was removed. Strangely, most BJP councillors publicly threw in their lot after Solanki faced flak following the voluntary removal of three temples on Tulsiwadi Road by local youths, and an unconnected incident of a minor communal clash in the neighbouring Fatehpura area.
    It was Solanki and fellow councillor Bandish Shah who had taken the initiative to convice local youths to demolish three temples in their own ward—Tulsiwadi, with a promise to help them reconstruct the structures on a private plot later, if they wanted. Police authorities, too, have lent their support, provided the action was taken with consensus and planning, as police commissioner Deepak Swaroop put it.
    Meanwhile, four big structures in the middle of the road continue to challenge the authorities. The four being: temples at Sangam crossroads and Deluxe crossroads, the dargah at the Fatehpura road divider and the Hanuman Temple opposite GEB Colony on Old Padra Road. Sensing the public mood which is supportive and growing consensus, VMC’s officials now intend to go slow now.
    ‘‘These are sensitive matters; we want the city to improve but peacefully. But we hope to take action, with consensus,’’ said Solanki.


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