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D-14/12
Sep 23, 2014
07:17 AM



Which side are you, Mr Rajnath Singh?: An open letter to the Union Home Minister

By Shamsul Islam

Rajnath Singhji,

While talking to The Indian Express (New Delhi, August 24, 1914) you described yourself as a “Swayamsewak of the RSS”. As the Home Minister of the country you must have taken oath to uphold the Indian Constitution which is based on the principles of democracy, secularism, federalism, socialism and justice. However, there is going to be a serious conflict of interests between the above-mentioned fundamental principles of the Indian polity and your membership of the RSS. As a member of the RSS you must be well aware that the RSS hates and denigrates all the above-mentioned fundamental principles of democratic-secular India. I am quoting below directly from the RSS documents to show you how the RSS denigrates the National Flag, Democracy, Federalism, Secular State, Social Equality. As a senior Swayamsewak you must be aware of the fact that the first Home Minister of the country, Sardar Patel, held the RSS responsible for creating a situation wherein Gandhiji was killed. Democratic-Secular India is not compatible with the world-view of the RSS. Kindly respond to the following critical issues so that we, the citizens of India, come to know which side of the divide you stand.

www.mainstreamweekly.net/article5200.html

Anwaar, Dallas
D-13/1
Sep 23, 2014
07:08 AM


Communal Riots in Uttar Pradesh

After the 1990s, communal incidents in India have spread to rural areas, and they occur on a smaller scale, but with much larger frequency. In this strategy, the making of a communal consciousness requires a string of communal moments that produce and reproduce communal polarisation directly and indirectly. The Bharatiya Janata Party, backed by the cadres of the Sangh Parivar, holds an advantage in this communal game in Uttar Pradesh, while the other parties are forced to play it for fear of further losing their voter base. Post-election communal clashes in UP have occurred around constituencies going for assembly by-polls soon. This trend is only going to harden by the time the assembly elections take place in 2017.

www.epw.in/commentary/communal-riots-uttar-pradesh.html

Anwaar, Dallas
D-12/12
Sep 23, 2014
06:55 AM


Fear-mongering fails in UP.... Adityanath's divisive talk unites forces against the BJP.

This is all music to secular ears! It bodes well for India.

Anwaar
Dallas, United States
D-11/2
Sep 23, 2014
06:49 AM

>> When will the BJP instruct its workers to stop stoking anti-Muslim sentiments?

When stupid jehadis stop making every discussion a Muslim issue.

Whats InAName
San Francisco, United States
D-10/27
Sep 23, 2014
03:52 AM


> "Demons rule garba, says imam"

Stupid imam! Asking Modi to wear a skull cap was also stupid!

Anwaar
Dallas, United States
D-9/1
Sep 23, 2014
03:47 AM


When will the BJP instruct its workers to stop stoking anti-Muslim sentiments?
 

Anwaar, Dallas
D-8/1
Sep 23, 2014
03:45 AM


False inducements do not constitute rape.
 

Anwaar, Dallas
D-7/1
Sep 23, 2014
03:41 AM


If true, that was a dumb order.
 

Anwaar, Dallas
D-6/1
Sep 23, 2014
03:33 AM


We shall see in the speech what we want to see!
 

Anwaar, Dallas
D-5/1
Sep 23, 2014
03:30 AM

Good speech!

Anwaar
Dallas, United States
D-4/2
Sep 23, 2014
03:26 AM


Is parivartan possible? Possible but not probable. Pay attention to the deeds of his henchmen, not just to his words.

Anwaar
Dallas, United States
D-3/26
Sep 23, 2014
03:25 AM

"PETA activists promoting vegetarianism ahead of Bakrid assaulted in Bhopal" Mohan

Freedom of speech: displeasing to Allah

Assaulting and molesting women: pleasing to Allah

Janwaar Bibi
BibiSarai, Iraq
D-2/7
Sep 23, 2014
03:16 AM

KHurshid is talking nonsense.

george, london
D-1/1
Sep 23, 2014
12:48 AM

Muslims have already died in 2002. Let the remaining live in peace.

communalist
mumbai, India
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