Anti-Hindu British politicians are the new tools of the global hindu hating Toolkit-Read full story
Opinion by Sushant Singh (Australia), published by NRI Herald Australia 28 Dec 2021
If we look back at the events of the last several months, it is evident that there is a new hidden toolkit that plainly declares that the goal is to disseminate hinduphobia. It all started with a book called "Sunrise over Ayodhya," published by Salman Khurshid, a senior member of the Congress party. He compares Hindutva supporters to ISIS and Boko Haram in his book.
According to lawyer Vivek Garg, Mr. Khurshid, in his book Sunrise Over Ayodhya: Nationhood in Our Times, wrote: “Sanatan Dharma and classical Hinduism known to sages and saints were being pushed aside by a robust version of Hindutva, by all standards a political version similar to the jihadist Islam of groups like IS and Boko Haram of recent years.”
Later, There was a video released by Party Chief Rahul Gandhi, Justifying and explaining about difference between Hindu and Hindutva. Hindus across the Nation criticized him for the video and also many leaders from the ruling party BJP said that, People like Rahul Gandhi is explaining difference between Hinduism and Hindutva whose own grand Father is buried in grave, Which never happens in Hindu Culture.
Later, He didn't stopped with that video, But kept tweeting about Hindutva and Hinduism from his twitter account and criticized heavily by the public and leaders of the ruling party.
Which means, Hindu follows the path of truth. Hindutva robs under the guise of religion.
Which means , Hindus believe that every person's DNA is different and unique. 'Hindutvadis' believe that all Indians have the same DNA.
Looking at this atmosphere in India, The western Leftist have also joined hands to spread the Hindu phobia. where recently on UK Sikh MP calls Golden Temple lynching victim a ‘Hindu terrorist’, deletes Tweet after outrage
Preet Kaur Gill, a British Sikh MP, tweeted on 17 december 2021 that the guy who was lynched to death at the Golden Temple after an alleged 'sacrilege' attempt was a 'Hindu Terrorist.' Her tweet enraged Hindus around the world, not just in the United Kingdom. The Indian high commision in London also took notice of her post.
In a statement, the commision claimed it was "forced to unequivocally denounce" the MP's remark before Indian security officials could investigate and issue a statement on the investigation.
Following the outcry, the MP deleted the tweet and replaced it with a new one that read,
"No place of worship or community should be targeted in this way." Harmandir Sahib has some terrible incidents."
Her post was met with a barrage of condemnation from the Indian diaspora. Later, the MP deleted the tweet and replaced it with another denouncing the incident. She also made no mention of the lynching that occurred after the purported incident, in which the man was mercilessly battered to death. "No place of worship or community should be targeted in this way," she wrote in the tweet. Harmandir Sahib has some terrible incidents."
Later on Monday, Preet Gill published another tweet in which she finally condemned the lynching. She said, “Beadbi incidents are unacceptable, but the lynching of another person is also unacceptable, and no one should take matters into their own hands. We need a full inquiry into these matters.”
"I have uploaded my tweets," Gill told the Times of India, "but if people want to focus on a deleted tweet, they clearly have another purpose, which is to create hate and division." She pretended to be the victim, claiming that she was being harassed by "rightwing Hindu groups" and that she had reported it to the authorities.
Not just MP Gill referred to the deceased as a "Hindu terrorist." Several more people said something similar. Harjap Bhangal, a British immigration lawyer, was one of them. "Let me fix the headline...," he stated in a series of tweets. Sikhs prevent a Hindu terrorist from slaying innocent praying people, including women and children, who snatched a sword in an attempt to assault them... "A lot better..." It's worth noting that Bhangal was mentioned in MP Gill's second tweet on the incident. being an opportunity seeker, Everyone was waiting an opportunity to become twitter warriors.
Reaction from Indian high commission and Indian Diaspora
Her now-deleted tweet has gone viral on social media and messaging apps such as WhatsApp. A statement was issued by the Indian high commision in London.
"The High Commission of India is compelled to unequivocally repudiate the public comment by a member of the British Parliament regarding a crime that occurred in India even before the Indian law enforcement authority could investigate, comment, or declare their finding," Vishwesh Negi, minister (press and information) at the Indian high commision, said.
The Indian mission was also concerned about the impact such words by a foreign MP may have on the British Indian community, he said. Trupti Patel of the Hindu Forum of Britain demanded an apology from Gill. Trupti also stated that she would inform the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards about Gill's actions.
"This tweet from the chair of the APPG for British Sikhs has horrified the Hindu community," she stated. She believed hearsay without examining facts and posted anti-Hindu fake news on Twitter, despite the fact that she knows Hindus only act in self-defense and never assault anyone."
Golden Temple lynching incident
On December 18, a young man was lynched in Amritsar's Golden Temple, allegedly for sacrilege inside Akal Takht. The teen is accused of leaping over the railing and grabbing a sword that was laying next to Guru Granth Sahib. Inside Akal Takht, he was apprehended by worshippers and SGPC members. Later, he was mercilessly murdered by a lynch mob.
Interestingly, rather of condemning lynching and murder, all politicians, regardless of political affiliation, denounced the supposed sacrilege. The body of the dead has yet to be identified. Navjot Singh Sidhu, the Congress Party's leader, has openly advocated for a Taliban-style public execution for anyone who desecrates religious scriptures.
Even the RSS has condemned the incident that occurred on December 18th.