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Upendra Bharti | HENB | New Delhi | Nov 22, 2020:: On the very Gopastami day on 22 Nov, 2020, Ex Senior RSS Pracharak, formerly BJP Gen Secretary and Hindutva Think-Tank K N Govindacharya demanded the ‘National Cow Slaughter Ban Law’ before Gopashtami, next year in 2021.
In an open letter, Govindacharya urged to Central Govt and RSS to make necessary steps for the enactment of the complete ban on cow slaughter nationwide.
In 1966, on the day of Gopashtami, there was a huge demonstration for cow protection in front of the Parliament House in Delhi. Unfortunately at that time, hundreds of Hindu saints and cow devotees were sacrificed by police bullets under the order of the then Congress Govt in the Center. The peaceful Hindu demonstrators were demanding national cow slaughter ban law on the very day of Gopashtami on 7th November, 1966, but the Congress Govt perpetrated a Hindu massacre.
One of the many things that the Congress leaders used to tell the public during freedom movement, was that the murder of our respected cow would be stopped by making a law on getting freedom.
The country became independent on 15 August 1947 and on January 26, 1950 India adopted its own constitution, but there was no specific article to ban cow slaughter rather than the Art 48 for prohibiting the slaughter+ as mentioned in the directive principles for the states so far. Yes, in the Indian constitution made under Congress influence, there was no complete cow-ban law. Only Section 48 was included the desire to make such a law in the future.
For this reason, in 1952, the activists of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) started a signature campaign across the country to demand ‘complete cow slaughter ban law’. A memorandum demanding ‘Complete cow ban slaughter law’ with approximately 1.75 crore signature was given to the President Babu Rajendra Prasad on December 8, 1952
Even after a decade, when the central government did not make a ‘complete cow slaughter ban law’, a huge Gau-raksha (Cow Protection) movement was prepared on the initiative of the then Sarsanghchalak of RSS, respected Shri Guruji (Madhavrao Sadashivrao Golwalkar). The movement was led by Pujya Puri Shankaracharya Swami Niranjan Dev Tirtha, Pujya Dharmasamrat Swami Karpatriji Maharaj, Pujya Saint Prabhudat Brahmachari, Founder of Geetapress Gorakhpur, Pujya Hanuman Prasad Ji Poddar and Shri Guruji. At the peak of this movement in Delhi on the day of 1966 Gopashtami, there was a huge movement in front of Parliament and the Congress Govt in the Center brutally smashed the movement on gun fire. Thousands of devotes were killed. Despite the sacrifices of hundreds of sacred saints and cow devotees in that movement, the central government did not make a ‘complete cow slaughter ban law’ in India.
In 1977, the Janata Party formed the government and Pujya Vinoba Bhave took a long hunger strike demanding the central government to make ‘complete cow slaughter ban law’. But the Janata Party government was broken before making such a law.
In 1998, the Coalition (NDA) Government was formed in the center led by BJP. The government once again tried to make a ‘complete cow slaughter ban law’, but under the pressure of other allies of the coalition, it could not become a law.
But, Sangha Parivar (RSS Family) ventured another movement. The ‘Vishwamangal Go Gram Yatra’ was organized in support of the demand of cow protection from 30 September 2009 to 10 January 2010 with the cooperation of VHP. Nearly 8.5 crore signatures were submitted from all over the country demanding ‘complete cow slaughter ban law’ for cow protection and the memorandum was handed over to President Pratibha Patil.
In May 2014, the BJP formed the central government with full majority. The hope of the ‘complete cow slaughter ban law’ among the respected saints and cow devotees was again awakened.
It was competing 50 years of the movement of 1966. Hence, on November 7, 2016 , hundreds of saints and thousands of cow devotees gathered to pay tribute to the martyred cow devotees who were sacrificed in Delhi in 1966 with a demand of complete cow slaughter ban law in India. Through this meeting, ‘Gomata’s directive letter ‘ was kept in front of the government and the society. This 20 point ‘Gomata’s directive’ for the central govt was focused on the demand of ‘complete cow slaughter ban law ‘.
In May 2019, the BJP has formed the central government with more majority than ever before. But, with this vast majority of BJP in the power of Central Govt, they tried to forget what was promised to public on the matter of Cow protection. Was the Cow Protection also a ‘joolma’ in BJP’s manifesto or wit was nothing but an election propaganda. PM Modi promised many times to revive ‘White Revolution’ in India than the ‘Pink Revolution’ made out of bloodbath of the cows!
‘But, still on the Gopashtami of 2020 so far, the BJP led central government has not taken any initiative towards making ‘complete cow slaughter ban law,’ Govindacharya conveyed it to the Union Govt through its narrative in an open letter to the nation too.
“I also had a role in making the of ‘directive letter of the cows’ to the Nation. So, many revered saints and cow-bhakts from all over the country are questioning me about the possibility of making a complete cow slaughter law, or not,” Govindacharya placed his anguish on behalf of the millions of Gau-Bhakts of Bharat.
“Everyone has a common question – If the BJP government with full majority with the support of the Sangh Parivar (RSS) is not enable to make a ‘complete cow slaughter ban law’; then when it will be materialized in fact? I also think the same thing,” the veteran & former RSS & BJP leader questioned frantically.
Govindacharya thinks, there should be a ‘complete cow slaughter ban law’ soon in the interest of the Nation for its health, nutrition, agriculture and global warming perspectives.
“I would like to have the opportunity to see the ideals for which we all dedicated ourselves to be meaningful with our vision. Hence, while doing the duty of delivering the sentiments of Pujya Saints and gau-bhakts (cow-devotees) to the central government, I am also demanding the central government to earn virtue by making ‘Complete Cow Slaughter Ban Law’ before Gopashtami of 2021 and execute the same nationwide,” Govindacharya expressed his stand through his open letter placed to the Central Govt and the Nation.
Govindacharya thinks, when the ‘complete cow slaughter law’ will be implemented properly, then cows in India will be properly protected.
Talking to HENB, Govindacharya hinted a huge ‘Hindu Regeneration’ for the next for ‘Save Cow Movement’, if the Central Govt doesn’t keep its words given to save Mother Cow time to time.
Flow : Facebook of KN Govindacharya.