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Advocating Cow Slaughter ignoring the majority sentiment of Hindus is a pseudo secular disease: Hukum Singh.

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Feel the pain of those who revere the cow, Hukum Singh tells ‘pseudo-secularists’.

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Liz Mathew | Indian Express Bureau | New Delhi | August 5, 2016:: It has become a “fashion” for “pseudo-secularists” to raise their voice against cow protection vigilante groups, a senior BJP MP said in the Lok Sabha Thursday. These people have been making “a mountain out of a molehill” by shouting against “minor” incidents here and there, he said, referring to the reports on atrocities on Dalits and Muslims in the name of cow protection.

Hukum Singh, a senior party leader and a former minister in Uttar Pradesh, hit back at Opposition leaders for not bothering to understand the “pain” of those who revere the cow but who choose to “politicise” any incident involving “protection of cows.”

Speaking during the debate on supplementary demands for grants, Hukum Singh, the first speaker from the BJP, brought up the “atrocities committed against cows”. He said he himself had seen a herd of cows being transported in a truck from state to another. “At least 15 of them could have died and the dead cows could have been taken to slaughterhouses and sold as beef. Can there be anything more serious than this?” he said.

His comments provoked Opposition MPs who rose to protest, while the BJP MPs shouted at them asking them to sit down. “Try to understand Bharat. Try to understand what Gandhiji had said,” Rajendra Agrawal, Meerut MP, was heard shouting.

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, who was present when the debate started, had left by the time these comments came.

“If we demand action against such illegal activities, it will be termed suppression. Have you ever thought how much it hurt us? Why do you think it should not agitate us? Why do you not feel the pain,” Hukum Singh said.

Stressing that the cow provides the “best nutritious food” he said: “Why do you have so much hatred against cows? Shouldn’t these acts against cows be punished? Now it has become a fashion to be a pseudo-secularist… Let me say bluntly, I come from a family that reveres cows. There may be small or minor incidents here and there. Some people try to make a mountain out of a molehill and shout slogans against it.”

This was an apparent reference to the Opposition’s outcry over the rising number of atrocities against Dalits and Muslims by cow vigilante groups, especially in BJP-ruled states.

Hukum Singh, who was an MLA from UP for seven terms, asked if it is not important, then why cow protection has been banned in many states. “There are politicians who made their programmes on these incidents.. But it’s not true secularism… They are a blot on the name of secularism,” he said.

The Congress’s K C Venugopal, who initiated the debate, has warned the government that assaults in the name of cow protection and growing intolerance could hurt economic development.

Source : Indian Express.

3 comments on “Advocating Cow Slaughter ignoring the majority sentiment of Hindus is a pseudo secular disease: Hukum Singh.

  1. Hirak Nag
    August 5, 2016

    Regrettably, our wonderful Hindu phylosophy is very wrongly managed. There ought to be regular learning of the Gita and Upanishads once a week at ALL temples for which the Pujaris need to be trained by the Hindu Mahasabha. It is necessary for children and the uneducated to be so taught of our wonderful phylosophy.
    Attendenly, we must find a solution to dilute our Caste system to rid ourselves of this hindrence towards equality of all Hindus. These are two VITAL actions to revert to the original desire for a just and tolerant religion.
    Hirak Nag, 81 yrs. old.

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  2. Arun K Upadhyaya
    August 5, 2016

    Killing any living thing is a crime as per our faith.Why kill when u r not d creator.Why b slave to yr tongue or sadistic desires.Hindu dharma wid its emphasis on love and compassion cd hardly support killing ,unless its in self defence.Who cd give to d world d message of love ,non violence better….dan Bharat.Begin wid a ban on cow slaughter.It hurts d vegetarians and d vegans and d religious minded for whom religion is synonymous wid humanism.STOP SLAUGHTER OF COWS AT ONCE…….B A TRU HINDU….a tru human being.

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  3. Vijay Umesh Tonse
    August 7, 2016

    People who talk so much about protecting cows do not hesitate to let them roam loose after they have grown too old to be productive. That is why many streets in India have cows roaming around and surviving by eating garbage, thrown away vegetables and other food as well as other trash in trash cans, especially in urban areas where enough fresh grass is not available for them to graze on. In the process, many cows end up consuming plastic bags and die when such bags accumulate inside the digestive system and prevent the animal from digesting anything.

    Cows and bulls and bullocks which have become old and past the age where they can be productive should not be let loose but should be raised in well managed Pinjrapoles, where their dung and urine can be harvested and processed to manufacture many commercially saleable products, which will provide more than enough income and profits to the owners and operators of such Pinjrapoles to enable them to feed and look after the old cattle ( both cows and bulls ) until they die of natural causes.

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