GANDHI’S TREACHEROUS NON-VIOLENCE OR AHIMSA
According to Gandhi, if Hindus allow themselves to be killed by Muslims, without offering any kind of resistance, then it is a practice of non-violence, which he used to preach to the Hindus. Non observance of this type of meekness, made Hindus as anti-Muslim in the eyes of Gandhi. K. M. Munshi writes in the book (Pilgrimage to Freedom, Bharatiya Vidya Bhawan, Page 75-76) that “Next day I wrote to Gandhiji………that Hindus should not be prevented from defending themselves even by resorting to violence, when their womenfolk, children and homes were the victims of planned communal frenzy………/ He advised me to see him…..However, he advised me that, if I felt so, I should do so by going out of the Congress.” (Cabbages & Kinds by V.P. Bhatia, ORGANISER dated December 31, 1995). It was because of this view of K.M. Munshi, that Gandhi considered him as anto-Muslim and unfit to be posted as the Governor of West Bengal. And it was because of this perverted thinking of Gandhi, that he addressed Moplas, the killers of Hindus, as “My brave Mopla Brothers”, because they had followed their religion Islam, by killing Hindus the “Kafirs”.
Thus, Gandhi had two sets of standards. One for the Hindus, and another quite opposite for the Muslims. He even went to the extent of saying that “It did not matter, what was being done to non-Muslims (ie. Hindus and Sikhs)in Pakistan…..(Delhi Dairy Page – 57, Gandhi’s Prayer speech dt. 7-10-47). One can see, two dangerously treacherous Gandhi was for the Hindus and India.
Gandhi butcherer of Cows:-Gandhi said that “Cow protection is the gift of Hinduism to the world. And Hinduism will live so long as there are Hindus to protect the cow…..The cow protection which can bring one moksha (i. E. salvation) must, from its very nature, include the protection of every thing that feels……”(ORGANISER dated Feb.9, 1997). Gandhi often spoke against cow slaughter, and associated it with freedom struggle. At a meeting on the occasion of Gopashtmi in 1921. He got a resolution passed which stated that if cow slaughter is not banned by law, there will be non-cooperation with the British government throughout the country. This meeting was held at Pataudi House in Delhi, and among those present were Hakim Ahmal Khan, Dr. Ansari, Lala Lajpatrai, Pt. Moti lal Nehru and Pt. Madan Mohan Malaviya, besides other Congress leaders. After this “Gauraksha Sammelan “began to be organised along with Congress sessions. Cow Protection was projected as a precondition for independence. (see an article “Will Rishi Dayanand Saraswati’s warning come true ?- by Ramashankar Agnihotri, ORGANISER dt. Feb.26, 1995). But this was all drams by Gandhi to befool Hindus to become his followers.
Soon after 15th August 1947, lakhs of letters and thousands of telegrams were received by Gandhi, requesting him to ban cow slaughter. Gandhi, castigated Hindus. That cow slaughter cannot be stooped by letters and telegrams, as ban on cow slaughter will mean injustice to the Muslims. In his prayer speech on 4th Nov. 1947, while opposing ban on cow slaughter, he again said” – was Union (i.e. India) to be theocratic state and were tenets of Hindus to be imposed on non-Hindus? He (i.e. Gandhi) yielded to non in his devoted worship of the cow. But that devotion could not be imposed by law. “(page 139-40 Delhi dairy). Here one can question, why he was threatening the British government to impose ban on cow slaughter by law? Were there no Muslims in India at that time? Certainly he was not sincere in making demand for ban on cow slaughter, but was saying so, only to make Hindus as his followers. Thus Gandhi was no different from the present corrupt politicians, who make false promises and attractive slogans to befool the people.
Here it is worth nothing, that during the British rule, no beef or meat of other animals was exported from India. Cow slaughter was done on small scale by local Muslims and Christians for their own consumption. British government also did not encourage cow slaughter. But after 1947 Gandhi’s GEM – Mr. Jawaharlal Nehru made special efforts to boost up meat production. More and more slaughter houses were been given the status of an industry. Such patronage to slaughter of cows was not given even by cruel Muslim rulers like Aurangzeb. At present there are 18 big mechanized abattoirs and 36000 small slaughter houses, in which 3 crore cows and buffaloes, and ten crore smaller animals like sheeps and goats are slaughtered every year. The entire sin for this crime against innocent dumb poor animals and cows, goes to Gandhi, Nehru, their followers, supporters and all those who vote for the Congress.
When a number of Hindu organizations RSS, Arya Samaj, All India Anti-Cow slaughter Committee started agitation and created public opinion in favor of ban on cow slaughter. Nehru made a statement in Parliament and said “I will resign but not give in to banning cow slaughter.” On April 2, 1955, he thundered in the Lok Sabha. “ I would advise the State governments not to bring the cow slaughter prohibition law in the Assembly nor allow it to be passed. “ In February 1955, The Health Minister in Nehru’s Government wrote to various state government regarding preparation of drugs from different parts of cows and bullocks etc. and made arrangements for opening slaughter houses in Delhi and Bombay. (See ORGANISER dated Feb. 26, 1995).
Many followers of Gandhi blame Hindus, that they do not accept any cooked food from Muslims, and treat them as unclean. Hindus very correctly do so. Muslims slaughter cows inside mosques, specially on Bakr-Id days, and consider it to be auspicious. There was a big mosque in front of our house in Kulachi-a town in District Dera Ismail Khan (N.W.F.P.) before partition, There cows was slaughtered inside the mosque on Bakr-Id. How a civilized person could keep social relations with such savage people; much less the Hindus who have been the victims of Muslim atrocities for more than one thousand years. In Valmiki Ramayana. It is said “that Lakshman took a vow before Mother Kaushalaya, that he be treated as guilty of touching the cow with foot. If he was found involved in sending Rama to exile.” That has been the Hindu tradition that even touching a cow with foot was considered to be a sin. Naturally, Hindus consider Muslims to be unclean community.