Double-speak exposed:??Stop ‘Talibanisation’ in the name of God

In a classic double-speak, BJP ideologue Balbir Punj has accused the Congress of instigating the Sangh Parivar associates (Sri Rama Sena and MNS/Shiv Sena). HELLO. Everyone knows that these guys are Sangh Parivar associates.
Can Balbir Punj explain the alleged involvement of Gopal Godse’s daughter Himani Savarkar (Married to the nephew of notorious Gandhi assasination plotter Veer Savarkar)? Everyone knows that Himani Savarkar is the President of ‘Abhinav Bharat’ and Hindu Mahasabha. Both these organisations want to subvert the Indian Constitution and bring about Hindu Rashtra. Purohit (Malegaon blast accused) from Abhinav Bharat has named Muthalik as an associate.
In November 2008, Advani and BJP told the people of India that the Maharastra Anti-Terrorist Squad was biased and terrorising innocent people from Abhinav Bharat. Hemant Karkare, ATS chief has laid down his life for the country since.

Can Balbir Punj and BJP and Advani throw more light on the Mahatma Gandhi assassination, Gopal Godse, Nathuram Godse, Veer Savarkar, Abhinav Bharat and Malegaon blasts.

There is a photograph of Rajnath Singh with the accused Sadhvi.

Rajnath Singh with Hindu terrorist Sadhvi
Rajnath Singh with Hindu terrorist Sadhvi

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Balbir Punj
Balbir Punj

Balbir Punj’s full double-speak is below.

Stop ‘Talibanisation’ in the name of God by Balbir K. Punj
IN THIS country there is no patent on names and with so many gods, it is easy for anybody to appropriate names that are sacred to millions. The Mangalore bunch, thus, is no different from Raj Thackeray’s bulldozers who have become a menace to peace in Mumbai under the guise of saving Marathi manus. The use of Sri Ram’s name cannot but invite strongest condemnation from Hindus who worship Ram as a paragon of virtue and exemplary conduct.
The self-styled Ram Sene must be condemned for misuse of the fair name of the prince of Ayodhya.

Media investigations have exposed the group as a wannabe set-up led by a Bajrang Dal dropout who claims to be a protector of the “Indian tradition”.
This is a dangerous argument because such phrases can be used by anybody posing as the custodian of self-deter mined “Hindu values”. India is not a Taliban state and self-appointed (or even state-appointed) moral policing cannot be allowed to terrorise public in the name of religion or tradition.

Also, India is a free country where no one has the right to interfere with an individual’s choice

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