DIGVIJAY SINGH:FATHER OF ISLAMIC COMMUNALISM IN INDIA


FATHER OF ISLAMIC COMMUNALISM IN INDIA

25/07/2013 13:34:42  http://hinduexistence.org/2013/07/22/congress-is-the-father-of-islamic-communalism-in-india-it-is-quite-natural-for-them-to-save-simi-im-and-oppose-hindutva

/Upananda Brahmachari | New Delhi | 21 July 2013:: In an interview given to Headlines Today, AICC General Secretary Digvijay Singh criticized the Hindutva ideology. He said Hindutva is not related to Hinduism but a ‘highly communal mindset’ of some people and that it was coined by Savarkar who did not believe in Hinduism. In such a way the insane Digvijay crossed his limit by attacking Veer Savarkar on Hindutva issue.

It was Maulana Digvijay Singh’s reaction on Gujarat CM Narendra Modi’s demand of Uniform Civil Code and abolition of Art. 370 from Indian Constitution. What a funny trend of Indian media also that on giving importance to Digvijay Singh as secular who protests common civil code and branding Modi as communal who wants a common civil code in India.

Earlier, Congress on Sunday blamed Gujarat riots for creation of terror outfit Indian Mujahideen, a remark slammed as “reprehensible” by BJP which accused it of playing the communal card for vote bank politics.

“Indian Mujahideen (IM) was formed after the Gujarat riots, says NIA in its charge sheet. Even now BJP and RSS will not desist from their communal politics?,” Congress leader Shakeel Ahmed said on microblogging site Twitter. Actually, Shakeel had his new assignment to act as spokesperson of Indian Mujahideen!!!

Hitting back, BJP said the remarks were “stupid” and “reprehensible” as the Pakistan links of such outfits were well known and alleged that it was a “desperate” Congress which was actually trying to communalise the political scenario and playing with national security as it had “no answers for all the wrongs” it had done.

When contacted, the Congress General Secretary blamed the “communal politics of BJP for the chain reaction” on the issue of terror.

“This (2002 riots) was the reason behind the creation of Indian Mujahideen. If they foresake their communal politics, outfits like IM will cease to exist,” Ahmed said.

BJP said it was well know that Pakistan has been aiding and abetting terror outfits that are active in India.

“There is this competition among the various Congress spokespersons and leaders to deliberately communalise the country’s political scenario, because they have no answer to stinking corruption, malgovernance, price rice, unemployment, the general sense of suffering the people of India are having,” Deputy Leader of BJP in Rajya Sabha Ravishankar Prasad said.

Ravishankar Prasad said terror outfits were active in the country before the 2002 riots also. And Congress has never any concrete stand to combat Islamic Terrorism in India.

“Why are they playing with national security. Is it not a fact that IM has links with Pakistan-based terrorist outfits…. Is it not a fact that much before 2002, there was SIMI with designs to usher in terrorist attacks in India. These are all too well known. Please dont’s play with national security.

“This competitive politics for vote bank to deliberately stoke communalism is reprehensible,” he said.

Definitely, the communal card of Congress has been shown as trump once again to woo the Muslim vote bank in the next Parliamentary General Election, 2014.Cong Islamist

Congress is the source of Communalism in India. Actually, Congress is the main culprit to promote Islamic Communalism in India as it tagged the Khilafat Movement (1919–1924) with Indian Freedom Struggle in 1920 due to the insanity of Gandhi for his own projection of an unequivocal leader of Muslim also. Gandhi was the Father of Communalims in India. And with the fall of Khilafat movement, the fanatic Mopla Muslims of Malabar region ruined the unwarranted Hindus through a deadly riots in 1921.   Congress supported the Moplas. The Mopla insurgency actually rejuvenated the Muslim armed revolution in Indian modern times with the moral support of Muslim League in Bengal and Rajakars in Hyderbad. Muslim league was established in 1906.

The most prominent Muslim Leaguer  and the Prince of Communalism in India and the Father of Pakistan, Mr Mohammad Ali Jinnah was a Congress man. In 1920, Jinnah left the Congress party and became the president of the Muslim League. After 1920, all the communal turmoil was created in India by Muslim league lead by Jinnah who was an ex-Congress man, but always he kept his influence upon Congress with his friend like Gandhi and agents like Abul Kalam Azad, afterwards.

Actually those who are telling the theory of chain reaction, they do not know the real history. In 1910, an All India Hindu Conference was organised in Allahabad by leading Hindu social and political leaders who sought to organise Indian Hindus politically in response to the rise of the Muslim League. The Hindu Mahasabha was founded in 1914 in Amritsar and established its headquarters in Haridwar. Amongst its early leaders was the prominent nationalist and educationalist Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya, who founded the Benaras Hindu University in 1916 (mind it, the Aligarh Muslim University, the fountain head of Islamic separatism in India,  was established in 1920. But AMU’s  practical formation was initiated as Madrasatul Uloom Musalmanan-e-Hind, in 1875 which later became Mohammedan Anglo-Oriental College (MAO College), and the Punjabi populist Lala Lajpat Rai. Under Malaviya, the Mahasabha campaigned for Hindu political unity, for the education and economic development of Hindus as well as for the re-conversion of Muslims to Hinduism. The Mopla movement saw a forceful conversion of Hindus to Islam in a critical condition. Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya and Lala Lajpat Rai both were nationalist Congress leaders or the patron of it for a long time.

In its political evolution, Jana Sangha was founded in 1951 and BJP was formed just in December 1980.

Now the question of formation of Indian Mujahideen as a reaction of Gujrat Riot.

At least two Muslim fundamental Congress leaders, Salman Khurshid and Shakeel Ahamed have been trying to defend and promote SIMI (Student Islamic Movement in India) and IM (Indian Mujahideen) for their own interest to achieve another Islamic State within India by using the Congress platform as an useful tool.

The Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI), proscribed under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967, is an Islamist fundamentalist organization, which advocates the ‘liberation of India’ by converting it to an Islamic land. The SIMI, an organisation of young extremist students has declared Jihad against India, the aim of which is to establish Dar-ul-Islam (land of Islam) by either forcefully converting everyone to Islam or by violence.

The SIMI, the source of the formation of Indian Mujahideen was formed at Aligarh in the State of Uttar Pradesh on April 25, 1977, three years before the establishment of BJP.

SIMI – IMMohammad Ahmadullah Siddiqin (alma mater of Muslim renaissance, founded the Islamic Students Movement of India. A scholar in Physics Ahmadullah was inspired to change streams of mass media and journalism for projecting better image of Muslims of India. He started it as a united platform for Muslim students and youth wing of the JeI Hind with the objective to restore the Caliphate for the unity of Ummah (Muslim community) by rejecting the concept of nationalism, secularism and democracy), Professor of Journalism and Public Relations at the Western Illinois University Macomb, Illinois (after migrating from India in 1981), was the founding President of the outfit. It originally emerged as a student wing of the Jamaat-e-Islami Hind (JIH). The alliance, however, lasted only till 1981, when SIMI activists protested against Palestine Liberation Organisation (PLO) leader Yasser Arafat’s visit to India, and greeted him with black flags in New Delhi. Young SIMI activists identified Arafat as a western puppet, while the senior JIH leaders saw Arafat as a champion of the cause of Palestine. JIH decided to abandon SIMI and floated a new student wing, the Students Islamic Organization (SIO).

The communal riots post the 1992 incident, the rise of the Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) and the mutation of a section of aspiring Muslim youth into terrorists with the help of forces across the border.

The story of home-grown jihadists would have been skewed had it not been for the testimonies of David Coleman Headley and Sarfaraz Nawaz on the involvement of the Pakistan Inter-Services Intelligence, top Lashkar-e-Taiba leadership, the Al Qaida and the Karachi project, whose demon child the Indian Mujahideen is. This book is the first-ever attempt to link up jihadists all over India and trace their linkages with terrorists based in countries like Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, United Arab Emirates, Oman, Yemen and Saudi Arabia.

SIMI is widely believed to be against Hinduism, western beliefs and ideals, as well as other ‘anti-Islamic cultures’. Among its various objectives, the SIMI aims to counter what it believes is the increasing moral degeneration, sexual anarchy in the Indian society as also the ‘insensitiveness’ of a ‘decadent’ west. Ideologically, SIMI maintains that the concepts of secularism, democracy and nationalism, keystones of the Indian Constitution, are antithetical to Islam. Parallel to its rejection of secularism, democracy and nationalism is its oft-repeated objective of restoration of the ‘khilafat’, emphasis on ‘ummah’ (Muslim brotherhood), and the need for a Jehad to establish the supremacy of Islam.

Obviously, there is no connection of BJP with the establishment or promotion of SIMI, so far. But, Congress leader Salman Khurshid at-least showed his great concern with SIMI to remove its hazards after the ban of SIMI by Central Govt. When Khurshid was chief of the Congress in UP, he defended the Islamic terrorist outfit Students Islamic Movement of India [SIMI] – reincarnated later as Indian Mujhahideen – as peace-loving lads, arguing as its counsel in courts. This was in 2001, before Gujarat Riot.

Actually SIMI or its ultra radical formation Indian Mujahideen has its global connection of Pan Jihad not with Gujrat Riot.

SIMI leaders are supported by the World Assembly of Muslim Youth (WAMY), Riyadh. It is affiliated to the International Islamic Federation of Students’ Organizations (IIFSO) in Kuwait. Jamait-e-Islami Pakistan and Markaz-ud-Dawa-al-Irshad are known to have funded the SIMI. Chicago-based Consultative Committee of Indian Muslims (related to the founder president of SIMI) supports SIMI morally and financially. SIMI’s links and active collaboration with Bangladesh JeI, Islamic Chhtra Shibir, and HUJI are well established. Several operations, especially the Benaras, Hyderabad, and Mumbai blasts were jointly accomplished by the SIMI Ansars, Ikhwans and the HUJI elements from Bangladesh. SIMI volunteers had undergone training with Hizbul Mujahideen in Pak occupied Kashmir. Three Jalgaon (Maharashtra) youths Sheikh Asif Supdu, Sheikh Khalid Iqbal and Sheikh Mohammad Hanif had reportedly died in Indian border force firing in 2000, while crossing over from Pakistan. SIMI links with Lashkar-e-Toiba has been proved beyond doubt. They were partners in several blast incidents in Maharashtra and Gujarat. Interrogation of Nagori and others have brought out that they were trying to establish linkages with Tehrik-e-Taliban, Pakistan and Afghan Talibans for training and material assistance for carrying out jihad in India.

Besides linkage with smaller jihadist bodies the SIMI also functions through certain front organisations. Some of the front organisations are: Muslim Youth Cultural Forum, Muslim Youth Front, All-Bengal Islamic Students Conference, Khidmat-e-Khalaq, Ameer-ul-Muslimeen, Darul-Khuda, Juhapura Youth Federation, Students Islamic Federation, Sauhridaya Library, Quran Foundation, Minority Rights Watch, Ittehadul Musalmeen and Naujawan-e-Islam. Some of these outfits are state-specific, while others operate on a national or regional level. At the national level, Simi uses Tahrik Tahaffuj-e-sha’aire Islam (TTSI), Wahadat-e-Islami, Tahrik-e-Ehyaa-e-Ummat and Tehrik-Talaba-eArabia for over ground activities.

IMIn Southern India, besides the Musli Munnetra Kazagham and Deendar Anjuman etc the SIMI is connected with the following organisations: National Development Front (NDF), the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) of Coimbatore serial blasts accused Abdul Nasser Mahdani, and several fringe outfits, including the Muslim Youth Cultural Forum, Karuna Foundation, Muslim Aikya Vedi, Sahridaya Vedi, Samskara Vedi, Solidarity Students Movement and the Movement for Protection of Islamic Symbols and Monuments.

According to official sources, in the year 1993 following the arrest of a Sikh terrorist, it was revealed that SIMI cadres, Sikh and Kashmiri terrorists, had been brought together by the ISI through the Jamaat-e-Islami in Pakistan to carry out subversive activities.

The outfit is currently regarded as having a national presence with strong bases in the States of Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Kerala, Maharashtra (Aurangabad, Malegaon, Jalgaon and Thane), Andhra Pradesh and Assam. It reportedly has a strong base in various universities in these States. SIMI is also believed to enjoy the support of a large section of the Muslim populace in cities such as Kanpur, Rampur, Moradabad, Saharanpur, Lucknow and Azamgarh in Uttar Pradesh. Official sources are reported to have identified nine districts in Uttar Pradesh, where the SIMI is suspected of engaging in subversive activities-Lucknow, Kanpur, Aligarh, Agra, Faizabad, Bahraich, Barabanki, Lakhimpur Kheri and Azamgarh. The SIMI is also being utilised by various terrorist outfits because it has a well-knit network in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and West Bengal.

In Kerala, SIMI operates under the cover of some 12 front organisations, at least two of which are based in the capital, Thiruvananthapuram, and a third in the port city of Kochi. Kondotty in the Malappuram District has also emerged as a hot-bed of SIMI activities. An official declaration submitted on June 1, 2006, by the Kerala Government before the tribunal examining the legality of the ban on SIMI, indicated that the outfit’s cadres had ‘lately’ developed links with the LeT. Reports from various agencies, including the State Police Special Branch, further indicate that SIMI is operating under the cover of religious study centres, rural development and research centres. Some of these front organisations were spreading “extremist religious ideals” among sections of youth in Kerala by acting under the guise of “counselling and guidance centres working for behavioural change”. SIMI is also reported to have established a women’s wing in Kerala. Generous funds for such activities flow in from contacts in Kuwait and Pakistan.

In the western State of Maharashtra, areas such as Aurangabad, Malegaon, Jalgaon and Thane have remained strongholds of the SIMI. Intelligence agencies indicate that Madrassas (seminaries) in the Districts of Jalgaon, Nashik, Thane, Sholapur, Kolhapur, Gadchiroli, Nanded, Aurangabad, Malegaon and Pune have been brought under the scanner for SIMI activities. There are more than 3,000 Madrassas in the State, with about 200,000 students. As many as 500 seminaries are located in the State capital, Mumbai. Sources indicate that many of these seminaries are potential breeding grounds for SIMI’s activities.

SIMI’s activities have also continued in Assam and West Bengal, where the organisation has infiltrated Madrassas, Muslim clubs, libraries, and other cultural bodies for covert mobilisation of Islamist forces. In 2003, SIMI activists have operated from the platform of ‘Islamic Siksha Shivirs’ (Islamic Educational Camps) in Mograhat in the North 24 Parganas district in West Bengal. A two-day ‘workshop’ organised in the District between August 31 and September 1 had, in fact, finalised the outfit’s infiltration plans. Sources indicate that in August 2003, one Jamaluddin Chaudhory of the ICS had taken seven SIMI activists from Assam and West Bengal to residential Madrassas in Chittagong, Rangpur and Dhaka for ‘higher Islamic studies’. Additionally, some hardcore SIMI activists from Malda and South 24 Parganas had crossed over to Bangladesh for higher studies in Islamic theology at a Saudi-funded private institution in Chittagong. In the 2004 general elections, SIMI had backed the newly floated ‘Indian National League (INL)’, which put up candidates in six constituencies of Jangipur, Murshidabad, Diamond Harbour, Basirhat, Jadavpur and Kolkata North-West. Senior SIMI leader Hasan Saidullah Ashrafi contested the Basirhat seat from the INL platform and finished seventh among eight candidates polling just 4,780 valid votes.

In the State of Madhya Pradesh, “While SIMI activities were confined to Indore, Ujjain, Khandwa and Bhopal before the ban on it in 2001, they have spread to Burhanpur, Guna, Neemuch and Shajapur as well now,” an unnamed police official was quoted as saying in Hindustan Times on August 16, 2006. Before the ban, 33 cases were registered against SIMI activists in various districts for spreading religious discord. Since then, however, 49 cases have been filed against the group. SIMI national general secretary Safdar Nagori, an Ujjain resident in his 40s, has been absconding since the ban. “He has cases against him of spreading religious discord since 1997-98,” Ajay Kumar Sharma, a Deputy Inspector General of Police, said. Since the ban, 180 SIMI activists have been arrested from across the State. And since April 2006, five SIMI members, including two women, have been taken into custody in Khandwa, four in Burhanpur and one each in Jabalpur and Ujjain.

According to official sources, in the year 1993 following the arrest of a Sikh terrorist, it was revealed that SIMI cadres, Sikh and Kashmiri terrorists, had been brought together by the ISI through the Jamaat-e-Islami in Pakistan to carry out subversive activities.

The outfit is currently regarded as having a national presence with strong bases in the States of Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Kerala, Maharashtra (Aurangabad, Malegaon, Jalgaon and Thane), Andhra Pradesh and Assam. It reportedly has a strong base in various universities in these States. SIMI is also believed to enjoy the support of a large section of the Muslim populace in cities such as Kanpur, Rampur, Moradabad, Saharanpur, Lucknow and Azamgarh in Uttar Pradesh. Official sources are reported to have identified nine districts in Uttar Pradesh, where the SIMI is suspected of engaging in subversive activities-Lucknow, Kanpur, Aligarh, Agra, Faizabad, Bahraich, Barabanki, Lakhimpur Kheri and Azamgarh. The SIMI is also being utilised by various terrorist outfits because it has a well-knit network in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and West Bengal.

In Kerala, SIMI operates under the cover of some 12 front organisations, at least two of which are based in the capital, Thiruvananthapuram, and a third in the port city of Kochi. Kondotty in the Malappuram District has also emerged as a hot-bed of SIMI activities. An official declaration submitted on June 1, 2006, by the Kerala Government before the tribunal examining the legality of the ban on SIMI, indicated that the outfit’s cadres had ‘lately’ developed links with the LeT. Reports from various agencies, including the State Police Special Branch, further indicate that SIMI is operating under the cover of religious study centres, rural development and research centres. Some of these front organisations were spreading “extremist religious ideals” among sections of youth in Kerala by acting under the guise of “counselling and guidance centres working for behavioural change”. SIMI is also reported to have established a women’s wing in Kerala. Generous funds for such activities flow in from contacts in Kuwait and Pakistan.

In the western State of Maharashtra, areas such as Aurangabad, Malegaon, Jalgaon and Thane have remained strongholds of the SIMI. Intelligence agencies indicate that Madrassas (seminaries) in the Districts of Jalgaon, Nashik, Thane, Sholapur, Kolhapur, Gadchiroli, Nanded, Aurangabad, Malegaon and Pune have been brought under the scanner for SIMI activities. There are more than 3,000 Madrassas in the State, with about 200,000 students. As many as 500 seminaries are located in the State capital, Mumbai. Sources indicate that many of these seminaries are potential breeding grounds for SIMI’s activities.

SIMI’s activities have also continued in Assam and West Bengal, where the organisation has infiltrated Madrassas, Muslim clubs, libraries, and other cultural bodies for covert mobilisation of Islamist forces. In 2003, SIMI activists have operated from the platform of ‘Islamic Siksha Shivirs’ (Islamic Educational Camps) in Mograhat in the North 24 Parganas district in West Bengal. A two-day ‘workshop’ organised in the District between August 31 and September 1 had, in fact, finalised the outfit’s infiltration plans. Sources indicate that in August 2003, one Jamaluddin Chaudhory of the ICS had taken seven SIMI activists from Assam and West Bengal to residential Madrassas in Chittagong, Rangpur and Dhaka for ‘higher Islamic studies’. Additionally, some hardcore SIMI activists from Malda and South 24 Parganas had crossed over to Bangladesh for higher studies in Islamic theology at a Saudi-funded private institution in Chittagong. In the 2004 general elections, SIMI had backed the newly floated ‘Indian National League (INL)’, which put up candidates in six constituencies of Jangipur, Murshidabad, Diamond Harbour, Basirhat, Jadavpur and Kolkata North-West. Senior SIMI leader Hasan Saidullah Ashrafi contested the Basirhat seat from the INL platform and finished seventh among eight candidates polling just 4,780 valid votes.

In the State of Madhya Pradesh, “While SIMI activities were confined to Indore, Ujjain, Khandwa and Bhopal before the ban on it in 2001, they have spread to Burhanpur, Guna, Neemuch and Shajapur as well now,” an unnamed police official was quoted as saying in Hindustan Times on August 16, 2006. Before the ban, 33 cases were registered against SIMI activists in various districts for spreading religious discord. Since then, however, 49 cases have been filed against the group. SIMI national general secretary Safdar Nagori, an Ujjain resident in his 40s, has been absconding since the ban. “He has cases against him of spreading religious discord since 1997-98,” Ajay Kumar Sharma, a Deputy Inspector General of Police, said. Since the ban, 180 SIMI activists have been arrested from across the State. And since April 2006, five SIMI members, including two women, have been taken into custody in Khandwa, four in Burhanpur and one each in Jabalpur and Ujjain.

In Kerala Shibli Paidhikar headed a strong group and had set up at least 20 modules. They had organised training in forest areas in which a maulana from Lakshadwip had also taken part. Similar training camps were organised at Hubli, Karnataka, Indore, Ujjain, Badodra, Aurangabad and Bijapur. The instructors trained the Ansars in physical training, indoctrination, use of explosives and fabrication of IED and other techniques of terrorist strike in urban areas. Downloaded websites of Hamas, Lashkar etc were projected to illustrate fidayeens training. An illustrative training manual obtained from a delicate source contain the following subjects, for daily training: a) Prayer, b) taqrir (lecture) on Islam and motivation quoting profusely from Quran, c) Physical exercises modelled after army physical training and as depicted in Al Qaeda training video, d) lectures on atrocities on Muslims, e) firing from air rifle using targets and pellets, f) theoretical and practical lessons in bomb fabrication using RDX, locally available materials, preparation of Molotov Cocktail, g) ground surveillance , h) exploiting sympathetic contacts in explosive and ordnance factories and ex-army personnel, i) DVD films on guerrilla warfare, urban terrorism etc.

Such a massive operation of Jihad throughout India by fanatic Muslim organisations with a lead role of SIMI and IM was not just started after Gujarat Riot. This congress theory of lie to relate the emergence of IM with Gujarat Riot, just has been tabled to hamper the increasing popularity of Shri Narendra Modi of BJP who kept his state almost riot free for last 10 years.

Congress: the real friend of Communal Muslims in India.

The fundamentalism of Muslim, two nation theory of Muslim League, the direct action upon Hindus in 1946 for the separation of India to create Pakistan, all these were not happened as any reaction of Riots in Gujarat or any riot initiated by any Hindu. The whole world is facing the troublesome rioting force of Islam. France, Britain, America, Nigeria, Somalia, Malaysia, Australia, Sweden, Bangladesh, Pakistan, India, every corner of the world is worried about a deadly Jihad of Islam, where Muslims are just 15% and above locally.

Gujarat, India or the Hindus are not the cause of Islamic Jihad or the Jihadi groups, the cause is: Muslim’s mentality to end of the lives all infidels to establish a Dar-ul-Islam throughout the world under a Pan Islamic Flag of Allah and his prophet Muhammad. Nobody escape the sword of Islam, if he does not break it. Perhaps Narendra Modi has some strength to resist the fanaticism of Islam. So, the latent Jihadis like Shakeel Ahamed or Salman Khurshid bark sometimes like street dogs in nightmare or seeing something unseen to others.

International operators of Jihad, the Talibans of Afghanistan, the HAMAS of Palestine, ISI of Pakistan DGFI of Bangladesh, GIP of Arab and other Islamic networking always extend their full support to accomplish a Jihad in India to convert it into an Islamic State. Pakistan had exported jihad to the mainland India from Kashmir and it was ably assisted by the DGFI from Bangladesh. Gradually, after testing Indian unpreparedness, they started sending own jihadi tanzeems to perch the flag of Islam through violence. During last 20 years such efforts have borne fruit. SIMI’s umbilical growth, the Indian Mujahideen and other tanzeems in different parts of India have emerged as the open faces of hidden International Islamic Jihad. They may change names but the kernel of SIMI-IM-Lashkar-ISI-DGFI-GIP linkages would remain intact. Advocating for SIMI or IM is nothing but a crime against National integrity and Indian ness.

But, the Islamic maroons like Shakeel Ahamed will not understand that SIMI or Indian Mujahideen has no connection with Gujarat or the Hindu retaliation in Gujarat to check the loss of Hindus in 2002 riots as started by Muslims. They emerged in Indian post independence scenario to make another Pakistan in India. If there was no existence of BJP or any other Hindu Organisation in India, the secessionist, subversive and fanatic Muslims could fight, riot with infidels or to dismantle the Congress Party itself. History tells this. But, the Muhahideens within Congress viz Maulana Digvijay Singh, Slaman Khurshid or Shakeel Ahamed will speak so many unreasonable things tagging ‘Gujarat Riot and Indian Mujahideen’ and fallacy like ‘Saffron Terrorism’, only to guard the Islamic  fundamentalism in Congress and in this sub-continent. Congress got the tender to make another Pakistan again doing a havoc upon Hindus.

Hindus please understand this conspiracy of Congress to finish the Hindu identity in India by surfacing theories like ‘Saffron Terrorism’, ‘Gujarat Riot and IM’, bills like ‘Targeted Communal Violence Bill’, ‘Minority Reservation Bill’, policies like ‘Encroachment upon various Hindu Temples/Mutts/Trusts etc’, ‘Friendship with neighbouring enemy countries like Pakistan, China, Bangladesh’ and so on. Congress is now playing a role of Muslim League, as it done before 1947.  And it is very much dangerous.

Source materials courtesy: M K Dhar | SAPT | PTI.

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One Response to DIGVIJAY SINGH:FATHER OF ISLAMIC COMMUNALISM IN INDIA

  1. Swastik Kumar Gangulee says:

    Your posting is an eye opener. Mr. Singh’s words should be honoured only by ignoring them. But the alliance among the glorified minorities that got their Pakistan, the Congress, a party that inherited the left over as rewards from their colonial masters, and the leftists, that have to no respect for any thing Indian, and more foreign than the British, formed to snatch and share a piece on the Indian cake. It is an alliance of vested interests and therefore strong and harmful. None of them are obliged to care about the people of India and the nation, but only to share, rather loot, national wealth. Partition of India was made inevitable through blood bath that killed millions of people. From Khilafat to Noakhali, the Indian history is a story of untold and unmitigated brutalities. Where were the concern of the human rights activists? May be the Hindus were not humans. The Hindus should not trudge on in a manner showing as if they have lost the will to live! The Hindus must rise again before it is too late! We cannot expect anything from the alliance above, that are after their respective pounds of flesh. Already voices are in the air: “make India free of Congress”, and “begin the second independence movement”. It is up to the Hindus to decide!

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