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The Sick Mind of Saffron Hinduism

This is a collection from different resources quoted in different newspapers and other articles about the Actual Mentality and Sickness of Utopia called ‘Rama Rajya’.

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Aravind Gowda Bangalore, January 6, 2012 | UPDATED 10:34 
Six activists of the right- wing Sri Ram Sene, who had planned to spark communal violence in the north Karnataka town of Sindhagi by hoisting the Pakistani flag on the mini Vidhan Soudha premises, are now lodged behind bars. Interestingly, all the accused had staged demonstrations in the town the very next day to protest the delay in arresting those responsible for the reprehensible act. They also tried to manhandle Bijapur district SP D. C. Rajappa and other officers when they visited the spot. Four days after the incident, the police on Thursday arrested the Sene activists on the charges of fomenting communal disharmony.

The police said Rakesh Siddaramiah Mutt (19, Anil Kumar (18), Parashuram Ashok (20, Rohit Eshwar (18, Sunil Madiwalappa (18) and Mallanagouda Vijaykumar (18)- all members of Sene’s youth wing were responsible for the flag- hoisting incident. The police are on the lookout for absconding accused Arun Vaghmore (20). “Rakesh is the Sindhagi unit president of Sene’s student wing and the other accused are its members. They are all students in various colleges of Sindhagi and Bijapur. Their aim was to create communal unrest and gain advantage for their campaign,” Rajappa said. Sene chief Pramod Muthalik termed the charges “baseless” and alleged that the police were foisting a false case on his outfit’s members.

But Rajappa said: “The accused have confessed…They were planning to shift base to Goa for a few days by mid- January. They had stitched the Pakistani flag at an accomplice’s house in Sindhagi.Investigations are on to find out if other Sene leaders are involved.” He said the accused conspired for a week before hoisting the flag on the night of December 31. They returned the following morning and staged their demonstration, pelting stones at a government- owned bus. “Their motive was clear: hoist the flag, create unrest and take mileage by protesting against the incident,” Rajappa said. The clue cracking the case came from an eyewitness, who had seen the activists hoisting the flag around 3.30 am. Rajappa said the witness later identified one of the accused, who then spilled the beans. But former CM H. D. Kumaraswamy gave a different version of the incident. “I am told the RSS was behind the incident. It is shameful that the BJP is trying to create communal unrest for political gains,” he said. However, neither the BJP nor the RSS reacted to the allegation.

Read more at: http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/sri-ram-sene-activists-pakistani-flag/1/167409.html

2) Those Moronic Hindus who kill humanity over Consuming Beef of Cow just Do that for their business purposes.

PK Krishnakumar, ET Bureau Jun 25, 2014, 04.00AM IST

KOCHI: Beef has become an important foreign exchange earner for India among the agriculture commodity exports after basmati rice, with 31% increase in quantity and 52% rise in value terms during 2013-14. India was ranked second largest beef exporter in the world with 20% market share after Brazil by the department of agriculture of the United States (USDA) in its recent report.

Curiously, India’s beef exports comprise almost entirely water buffalo meat (carabeef) as cow slaughter is banned in most places. As per the figures of Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (Apeda), the beef exports totaled 14,49,759 tonne worth Rs 26,458 crore last year. The country exports mostly to South East Asian and Middle East countries. In the previous year, the growth in quantity and value was 12% and 27% respectively.

http://articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com/2014-06-25/news/50856076_1_buffalo-meat-beef-exports-meat-export

3) India’s push to save its cows starves Bangladesh of beef

An Indian Border Security Force (BSF) soldier guards captured cattle from the unfenced India-Bangladesh border in West Bengal, India, June 20, 2015.

Some 30,000 Indian soldiers guarding the border with Bangladesh have a new mandate under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government this year – stop cattle from crossing illegally into the Muslim-majority neighbor.

Roughly every other night, troops armed with bamboo sticks and ropes wade through jute and paddy fields and swim across ponds to chase aging bovines, and smugglers, headed for markets in Bangladesh.

The crackdown is one of the clearest signs yet of how Indian policies, increasingly influenced by Hindu nationalist ideology, are having an economic impact on neighboring countries as well as the sizeable Muslim minority at home.

About 2 million head of cattle are smuggled into Bangladesh annually from India. The $600 million-a-year trade has flourished over the past four decades and is considered legal by Dhaka.

Modi’s government, which came to power with the help of the Hindu nationalist Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), wants to put an end to it.

Interior Minister Rajnath Singh traveled this spring to the frontier with Bangladesh, calling on India’s Border Security Force to halt cattle smuggling completely so that the “people of Bangladesh give up eating beef”, media reported at the time.

“Killing or smuggling a cow is equivalent to raping a Hindu girl or destroying a Hindu temple,” said Jishnu Basu, an RSS spokesman in West Bengal, which shares a 2,216 km (1,375 miles) border with Bangladesh.

BEEF PRICES UP, EXPORTS DOWN

So far this year, BSF soldiers have seized 90,000 cattle and caught 400 Indian and Bangladeshi smugglers.

Bangladeshi traders who operate auctions to facilitate the sale of cattle to slaughter houses, beef processing units, tanneries and bone crushing factories estimate the industry contributed 3 percent to the country’s $190 billion economy.

The hit to GDP from India’s policies is not yet known. But H.T. Imam, a political adviser to Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, said there was “absolutely no doubt” that the beef trade and leather industry were suffering.

Syed Hasan Habib of Bengal Meat, Bangladesh’s top beef exporter, said it had to cut international orders by 75 percent. The company exports 125 tonnes of beef a year to Gulf countries.

He said the price of cows had gone up by 40 percent over the past six months because of India’s move, and they had been forced to close two processing units.

Habib plans to import cows from Nepal, Bhutan and Myanmar to meet domestic demand, but he said Indian cows had better quality meat and raw hide.

Bangladesh Tanners Association president Shaheen Ahmed said 30 of 190 tanneries had suspended work due to lack of hides, and about 4,000 workers were jobless.

A senior official in India’s home ministry said Bangladesh should find new sources of beef because India would stick to its stance.

COW PROTECTION FORCE

India is home to 300 million cattle and is the world’s largest beef exporter and fifth-biggest consumer.

But since Modi’s Bharatiya Janata Party, which is closely linked to the RSS, came to power last year, the rhetoric on cow protection and the beef ban has increased.

Critics say tougher anti-beef laws discriminate against Muslims, Christians and lower-caste Hindus who rely on the cheap meat for protein. Butchers and cattle traders, many of them Muslim, say the push threatens thousands of jobs.

The rhetoric has also emboldened vigilante cow protectors.

“I was chained to a tree and beaten by members of the cow protection force. They forced me to recite a Hindu prayer,” said Mohammed Tarafdar, who was caught smuggling two calves near the Bangladesh border in April.

“My religion permits me to eat and sell beef, so why should Hindus have a problem?” said Tarafdar, sitting in a crammed prison cell in Basirhat district.Some BSF soldiers said they could not understand why they were chasing cows. Some animals are caught and auctioned by the BSF, only to be bought and smuggled again.

Two soldiers were killed by a gang of Bangladeshi smugglers, while three dozen have been injured by the animals.

“It is a wild chase, but not of a kind a soldier appreciates,” said Vivek Tyagi, a BSF commander at the Ghojadanga check post.

(Additional reporting by Sujoy Dhar in Kolkata; Editing by Paritosh and Mike Collett-White)

http://www.reuters.com/article/2015/07/02/us-india-cattle-bangladesh-feature-idUSKCN0PC2OW20150702

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Cow protection groups are there but not Women protection groups to stop rapes

Cow smuggling is equivalent to raping a Hindu girl in India
NEW DELHI(Web Desk) – India has tasked tens of thousands of troops along its border with Bangladesh with preventing cattle smuggling.

The Indian government, under Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has made tackling the trade in stolen cattle one of its priorities, ordering the 30,000 security force personnel deployed along the border with its neighbour to do more to prevent it.

Jishnu Basu, a spokesman for the Hindu nationalist Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), of which Mr Modi is a member, stated provocatively that: “Killing or smuggling a cow is equivalent to raping a Hindu girl or destroying a Hindu temple.”

Cows are sacred animals for India’s majority Hindu population, however, that is not a sentiment shared across the border in Bangladesh where the majority of the population are Muslim.

Nearly two million head of cattle are smuggled from India into Bangladesh each year, according to Indian media reports.

So far Indian troops have seized 90,000 cattle and caught 400 smugglers, pushing up the price of beef in Bangladesh.

Courtesy:The Independent

5) Wonder why India has too many Rapists? Here a Member Parliament speaking about Raping even Dead Muslim Women

Yogi Adityanath’s Men Telling Hindus To Rape Dead Muslim Women Is Beyond Shocking
http://www.indiatimes.com/news/india/yogi-adityanaths-men-telling-hindus-to-rape-dead-muslim-women-is-beyond-shocking-230679.html

6) Hindu religious gathering or Sex tourism? Condoms For Kumbh Melas: The ‘Unholy’ Pilgrimage Of Faith And Sex

The Kumbh Mela, which witnesses the faith and divinity of lakhs of people every year, is not ‘Holy’ anymore.

Yes, you heard it right…Kumbh Mela not only attracts the worshippers, but also the not-so-holy sex workers from different parts of the country. And just by taking a dip into the holy water doesn’t wash away our ‘sins’. In fact, the dark secrets still remain untouched.

According to a report, the Maharashtra State Aids Control Society has recently expressed fear of the spread of HIV and AIDS, in Kumbh Mela, due to the shortage of condoms, as nearly a crore people are expected to make their way to Nashik to attend the holy festival, which begins on July 14.

Now, you must be thinking that how is Kumbh Mela even related to sex workers and condoms? According to a survey of a national daily, Nashik has an estimated 2000 female sex workers, 560 men having sex with men and over a lakh migrants in the district, which requires almost 2 lakh condoms a month.

Since it is not possible for every sex worker to buy contraceptives for safe sex and to prevent any chances of infection because of their small income, the government has to come up with free distribution of condoms.

Incidentally, the distribution of condoms in Kumbh Mela is not a new concept. This has been tried earlier as well by some of the NGOs to spread awareness about safe sex, HIV, AIDS and other infections. But unfortunately faced with the backlash of many Sadhus and Mahants, these NGOs and their work is considered as ‘unclean and impure’ and according to them the condoms are polluting the holy city.

The point to be noted here is, if condoms are polluting the holy city then are HIV and AIDS not polluting the body of a pilgrim?

http://focusnews.com/viral/condoms-for-kumbh-melas-the-unholy-pilgrimage-of-faith-and-sex/73143/

7) Adopt family planning: Shiv Sena’s advice for Muslims to control population

In a overwhelming population of 125 Crores of Indians, out of which only 14% are said to be Muslims. rest of the 86% are Hindus (minority christians and other religions), and the Thackerays and Saffron Terrorists sees only Muslims as the reason behind over population.

Expressing concerns over the growing Muslim population in the country, Shiv Sena on Monday said that it can affect the nation’s unity. In its mouthpiece Saamana, Shiv Sena alsoadvised Prime Minister Narendra Modi to ask Muslims of the country to respec t law and adopt family planning.

“Not only in Assam and small north-eastern states but the Muslim population is also increasing in big states like Haryana and Delhi. Shiv Sena believes, by increasing population, Muslims wants to capture the Hindu Rashtra….,” said the editorial.

The editorial said it was the right time for PM Modi to seek a control on Muslim population.

“If Muslims think they are Indians then they have to follow law of the land – which is ‘Parivaar Niyojan’. Now the time has come for Central government and PM Modi to knock the doors of Muslims and instruct them to follow the rules and control the population…”

According to the census data on the population of religious groups (2001-2011), India’s Muslim population has grown by 24 per cent between 2001 and 2011 against national average of 18 per cent with the community’s representation rising to 14.2 per cent from 13.4 percent of total population.

Jammu and Kashmir has the highest Muslim population (68.3 per cent), followed by Assam (34.2 per cent) and West Bengal (27 per cent). The growth rate of Muslim population in the country was around 29 per cent between 1991 and 2001.

At 24 per cent, the growth rate of Muslim population is higher than the national average of 18 per cent for the decade (2001-11).

http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/shiv-sena-muslim-population-control-family-planning-saamana/1/449362.html

8) Groups Linked to RSS Claim Conversion of 200 Muslims into Hinduism in Agra

AGRA: In a controversial ceremony, Bajrang Dal and Dharam Jagran Samanvay Vibhagh, an offshoot of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), converted over 200 people from 57 Muslim families into Hinduism. The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh is the ideological mentor of the ruling-BJP.
The ceremony saw chanting of priests while the converts, wearing skull caps, performed havan (offering in fire). After the ceremony, vermilion dots were applied on their foreheads. Saffron flags were proudly displayed at the event.

The groups that performed the mass conversions claim that the families were originally Hindu and converted to Islam around 30 years ago.

“About 30 years ago, their forefathers had converted to Islam. Now they realise their interests are protected by Hindu religion so they have returned,” said Ajju Chauhan, a Bajrang Dal activist.

Some of the converts, picked from a colony of rag-pickers, claimed that they had been lured with incentives like a ration card and other cards that would entitle them to subsidized welfare schemes.

“We were told we will get ration card, Aadhar card, the police will not bother us. We are poor so what do we do?” said one of the converts.

Others like Sufia Begum got emotional and said, “Please forgive me and let us remain Muslims.”

However, the groups, which undertook the conversion ceremony, remain undaunted.

“Come to Aligarh on 25th, both Christians and Muslims will be converted under Adityanath’s blessings,” said Rajeshwar Singh, area chief of the Dharam Jagran Samanvay Vibhagh.

The episode, which has come after days of protests revolving around the ‘hate speech’ of Union Minister Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti, has provided the opposition with fresh ammunition. Parliament is scheduled to debate on the rising cases of communal tension on December 17.

BSP chief Mayawati has said that these events were being organised by communal forces and that her party was against it. Rajiv Shukla of the Congress said that this was being done keeping in mind the Uttar Pradesh Assembly polls in 2017.

Story First Published: December 09, 2014 22:38 IST
http://www.ndtv.com/india-news/groups-linked-to-rss-claim-conversion-of-200-muslims-into-hinduism-in-agra-710925

9) VHP, RSS force Muslim to sell home in Hindu locality

Written by Gopal B Kateshiya | Bhavnagar | Published on:April 8, 2015 3:31 am
Barely a year after he bought a bungalow in a predominantly Hindu neighbourhood of Bhavnagar, prompting Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) leader Pravin Togadia to ask neighbours not to allow him to move in, a Muslim businessman was forced to sell it off with functionaries of Hindu Right-wing groups brokering the deal.

Scrap dealer Aliasgar Zaveri had bought the bungalow in Bhavnagar’s posh Sanatorium area on January 10, 2014. But under pressure from Hindu neighbours, VHP and RSS, Zaveri, a Bohra Muslim, sold his bungalow to real-state firm Bhumiti Associates on December 30, 2014.

Bhumiti Associates, a partnership firm of three Jains, razed the bungalow a few months ago.

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“Zaveri tried many things to gain a toehold in the area. He suggested renting the bungalow out to Hindus but we rejected it. He also tried to give it to a firm for shooting a film, but we did not allow that. Meanwhile, we were in touch with real-estate developers. Having realised that neighbours would not relent, he agreed to sell it,” a senior RSS functionary who lives nearby and was among those leading the protests, said.

Sanatorium near Meghani Circle is a Hindu-dominated locality. Out of around 150 bungalows, only four have Muslim owners. Out of the four, two migrated to the Shishoo Vihar area after the 2002 riots. Two months after Zaveri bought the bungalow from hotelier Kishoresinh Gohil for Rs 49 lakh, Hindu residents of the area started protesting, saying the food habits of Muslims may offend them and that it could open the floodgates for the entry of other Muslims into the area.

They started holding Ram Darbars, gatherings at which they would play Hanuman Chalisa and bhajans on a music system, outside the bungalow every evening. They invited Togadia to their darbar on April 19, 2014. Togadia reportedly asked residents to attack Zaveri’s office in Bhadevadi Street if he did not give up the bungalow within 48 hours.

Following the alleged hate speech, Togadia was booked for inciting communal passions and police were deployed at the bungalow. Zaveri, who lives in a Muslim-dominated area, could never move in.

Zaveri refused to comment on the development.

“He (Zaveri) wanted to get rid of it. We got the plot at market rates. I can assure you, it was not distress selling on his part,” said Chetan Kamdar, one of the partners of Bhumiti Associates. While Bhumiti Associates said the deal did not involve any political or religious group, RSS and VHP leaders said they had facilitated it.

S D Jani, president of VHP’s Bhavnagar city unit, said: “Due to our agitation, the vidharmi (one from another faith, Zaveri) realised he would not be able to settle in and eventually gave in.”

With the plot having gone to Jains, Hindu residents of Sanatorium are relieved. “Many of the present residents migrated from Muslim-dominated Prabhudas Talav to …

Sanatorium two-three decades ago. Now, if Muslims follow us here, our lives will become difficult due to their food habits and other customs,” said a retired teacher who lives in Sanatorium. –

See more at: http://indianexpress.com/article/india/india-others/vhp-rss-force-muslim-to-sell-home-in-hindu-locality/2/#sthash.oLdrjqTq.dpuf

10) BJP’s Sadhvi Prachi stirs a new controversy, says asked Hindus to have 4 children, not 40 puppies referring to Muslims

New Delhi: Landing the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in yet another controversy, party leader Sadhvi Prachi backed her earlier comment that Hindu women should have four children.

In a rather bizarre defence, she asserted that she only asked Hindu women to produce four children and not 40 puppies. “I asked people to have 4 kids, not 40 puppies,” she said.

Time and again, the BJP leader has courted a controversy by her remarks. Despite Prime Minister Narendra Modi asking party members to desist from making controversial statements, she had claimed that Hindu women should give birth to four children.

“A lion doesn’t have just one child. We also need four children in each family. One will fight the enemies on the border, give one to saints, give another to VHP for social work,” she said.

She had also lashed out at All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen leader Asaduddin Owaisi and said that all Indians are Hindus and if he cannot accept it, he must move to Pakistan. “Every child born in India is a Hindu. Owaisi’s father was born in India, and is also a Hindu. If Owaisi cannot accept Hindu identity, he must move to Pakistan.”

http://www.ibnlive.com/news/politics/prachi-puppies-sotimam-sot-965076.html

11) Can’t survive without beef? Go to Pakistan, says Union Minister Mukhtar Naqvi who is a Shia Rafidha (BJP)

In comments set to embarrass the Narendra Modi government days before it completes a year in office, Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Thursday said “those who cannot survive without eating beef, should go to Pakistan.”

Naqvi, who is the Union Minister of State for Minority Affairs, was responding to India Today Group consulting editor Rajdeep Sardesai when asked what his government was doing to assure minorities that the government was concerned about their welfare.

“If a certain section is dying because they can’t sell or eat beef then this is not the country for them. Let them go to Pakistan or an Arab nation,” Naqvi said.

On being asked to clarify if he’s asking people who trade and eat beef all over the country, specially in North East states, Goa and Kerala to leave the country, Naqvi said: “I am just saying that beef will not be allowed in this country if you can’t live without it.”

Also present at the panel was AIMIM leader Asaduddin Owaisi who immediately questioned the minister if he was indeed asking his Goa Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar to leave the country after he had assured Goans that beef would not be banned come what may.

“As the CM, I have to take care of all people in the state including its 38 per cent minorities. Christians account for 30 per cent of the population while the remaining are from the Muslim community. It is not like they started consuming beef recently; this has always been part of their daily cuisine. How can I ban it?… as the CM of Goa, I can state that Goa will never ban beef,” Parsekar had told Indian Express days after Maharashtra banned beef consumption in the state.

But Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh asserted that the government will work towards a complete ban. “Cow slaughter cannot be allowed in this country,” Singh said in March this year, adding “we will use all our might to ban it. We will try to build a consensus.” Interestingly, India is the second largest exporter of beef and the fifth biggest consumer.

Last month, BJP president Amit Shah was welcomed in Meghalaya with a beef party in protest against the party’s supposed to move to enforce a complete ban on beef across the nation.

Leaders of the Thma U Rangli Juki, the Hynniewtrep National People’s Front (HNPF) and the Khasi National Union (KNU) organised the beef party near the BJP office in Shillong as Shah arrived to address party workers and to hold meeting with regional political parties.

http://www.firstpost.com/politics/cant-survive-without-beef-go-pakistan-says-union-minister-mukhtar-naqvi-2256928.html

Soon after the protest, BJP leader Ram Madhav said there was no proposal to ban beef in the North East given its ‘demographic structure’. “In some states, ban on cow slaughter has been there for several decades now. In a number of states, it is not there, including all the states of the northeast, because of the demographic situation here,” Madhav said.

12) Indian MP Says Every Hindu Woman ‘Must Produce’ Four Children
Sakshi Maharaj also wants cow slaughter and religious conversion to receive the death sentence
An Indian Member of Parliament with a history of controversial remarks caused another stir on Tuesday, saying in a speech that every Hindu woman should produce at least four children in order to “protect” the religion.

Addressing a gathering in the north Indian town of Meerut, MP Sakshi Maharaj told a crowd that “the concept of four wives and 40 children will not work in India and the time has come when a Hindu woman must produce at least four children in order to protect Hindu religion,” the Times of India reported.

He also went on to warn that cow slaughter and religious conversion could soon be punished with the death sentence.

Maharaj has acquired a reputation for controversial statements, having had to apologize last month for calling Mahatma Gandhi’s assassin a “patriot.”

Indian MP Says Every Hindu Woman ‘Must Produce’ Four Children

13) Reality of Minorities in India, Muzaffarnagar riots: UP government failed to protect rights, says Supreme Court

The Supreme Court today (June 6-2014) said the Akhilesh Yadav government in Uttar Pradesh had failed to protect the fundamental rights of people in Muzaffarnagar, where nearly 60 people were killed in riots last year.

The court also blamed the state government for negligence, but said there was no need for any probe by a Special Investigation Team or the CBI. The court said, “We prima facie hold the State government responsible for being negligent at the initial stage in not anticipating the communal violence and for taking necessary steps for its prevention.” (Muzaffarnagar riots: 248 people chargesheeted by SIT)

Responding to a batch of petitions, the court said that all accused named in riot cases must be arrested irrespective of their political affiliation.

16 politicians were charged with inciting violence, including the area’s BSP parliamentarian Kadir Rana, two BJP legislators and a BSP legislator. (Muzaffarnagar riots: six months on, ‘missing’ accused still roam free)

The court also asked the government to provide police protection to women who have allegedly been raped during the riots and to all riot victims till the end of the court trials.

“The court is conscious that more effective steps need to be taken by the state, including long-term measures to change the social mindset, like education sensitization of police and gender equality,” the top court said.

The riots flared up in Muzaffarnagar in September, in the aftermath of the killing of two Jats and a Muslim. Incendiary speeches by politicians and religious leaders triggered a wave of communal violence in several villages that continued for days.

The petitions alleged that the state government had failed to check the riots and was trying to protect rioters. They also alleged that the state had failed to conduct a fair probe.

The Supreme Court’s ruling comes in the middle of a charged campaign for next month’s national election.

The Samajwadi Party is seen to have lost many of its loyal Muslim voters who believe the government failed to protect them in Muzaffarnagar. The BJP hopes that a polarization will work in its favour; the constituency had seen a Jat-Muslim consolidation in the previous election in 2009.

14) Techie beaten to death in Pune, 7 men of Hindu outfit held

PUNE: A 28-year-old software professional was bludgeoned to death allegedly by seven persons with suspected links to a Hindu outfit near here, police said on Wednesday.

The murder of Shaikh Mohasin Sadiq, who hailed from Solapur and was a resident of Hadapsar, on Monday night sparked tension in the area, they said.

The trigger for the attack was apparently uploading of derogatory pictures of warrior king Shivaji and late Shiv Sena supremo Bal Thackeray on Facebook, which led to a protest bandh on Sunday.

Police have arrested seven persons in this regard under sections 302 (murder), 307 (attempt to murder) and 147 (rioting) of Indian Penal Code.

They are said to be linked to Hindu Rashtra Sena. Sadiq worked in the IT department of a textile firm in the city.

He was thrashed with sticks at Bankar Colony by the accused and succumbed to his injuries during treatment at a nearby hospital, police said.

Two other youths too had been attacked and injured in stone throwing at the same spot on the same night, according to police.

Police said the case was handed over to Crime Branch and they have appealed to citizens not to believe or spread rumours as the situation is peaceful.

Security has been beefed up in the area.

15) First wicket has fallen, say killers of Pune Muslim youth

Yogesh Joshi, Hindustan Times Pune, June 04, 2014

First Published: 18:57 IST(4/6/2014) | Last Updated: 22:50 IST(4/6/2014)
Soon after killing a Muslim youth unconnected with uploading indecorous morphed pictures of late Shiv Sena patriarch Bal Thackeray and Maratha icon Chhatrapati Shivaji on Facebook, his alleged killers, belonging to a Hindu extremist outfit, exchanged an ominous message on their mobiles. The message said, ‘Pahili wicket padli’, which means: The first wicket has fallen.

This message was circulated by members of the Hindu Rashtra Sena who have been accused of killing 28-year-old IT graduate Mohsin Sadiq Shaikh during Monday’s protests over the morphed pictures, which were taken off the social networking site on Friday.

Read : Pune mob violence over ‘Bal Thackeray pics’ kills 1

“The message was circulated immediately after about 25 members of the Hindu extremist outfit allegedly bludgeoned Shaikh to death,” said Pune joint commissioner of police Sanjay Kumar.

Considering the content of the message exchanged by the accused and the weapons they were carrying, the police are probing whether the attack was planned in advance.
Shaikh, sporting a beard and green Pathani kurta, was returning home in the evening when the accused blocked his way in Hadapsar on the outskirts of Pune, took him off his bike and hit him on the head with hockey sticks and stones.

This sparked tension in the area, forcing the police to clamp curfew for 12 hours. Shaikh’s cousin, who was accompanying him, escaped unhurt after he fled from the spot while the two others, Ameen Shaikh, 30, and Ijaz Yusuf Bagwan, 25, sustained injuries.

The police said the protesters had gathered in the area following rumours that Shivaji’s statue had been desecrated and a Hindu girl had been raped by Muslim boys.

Within 24 hours of the killing, the police arrested 13 persons of whom seven have been charged with murder. Among those arrested but not yet charged with murder include Hindu Rashtra Sena chief Dhananjay Desai. The police first recovered one of the bikes used in the attack, based on which the other accused were arrested.

On Wednesday, a local court remanded all the accused to police custody till June 9.

Rashtra Sena chief Desai has a criminal background, with cases such as rioting and extortion registered against him in different police stations in the city. The organisation he heads has been in existence for a decade.

16) Haresh Bhatt of Bajrang Dal: CM gave us a free hand for 3 days.

Haresh Bhatt, the national co-coordinator of the Bajrang Dal in 2002 states that Chief Minister had given them a free hand the they could do whatever they wanted for three days. After that, Bhatt says, “He asked us to stop and everything came to a halt.” Skip forward to 5 mins 20 secs in the video to see his statements about the Chief Minister. (Sting Video By Tehelka)
(Read More at: TruthofGujrat.

17) Manufacturing Communal Hatred – BJP’s Primary Strategy for 2014 Elections (Still going on by Modi’s Indian Hindu Extremist Regime)

Pratik Sinha February 11, 2014

Source: ThruthofGujrat

Certain emotions do not come naturally to humans. Hate is one of them. Yet, now a days in our country, we find this baser human instinct overpowering all other saner human feelings. Hate seems to have an overpowering effect on all our senses to the extent where it has started dominating our social and political life. India has not always been so full of hate and venom. Love, harmony, diversity had great value in our society till the last two decades. The demolition of Babri Masjid and the legitimizing of the extreme Hindutva ideology has changed the old values and injects the collective consciousness with vicious and poisonous ideas. What was supposed to be blasphemous in past has now become a legitimate political propaganda. Communalism has now come to stay and their icon can now shamelessly thump his “56” inch chest and support all dirty tricks of his party in instigating communal hatred. Muzaffarnagar is a recent illustration how a communal violence could be instigated by circulating a fake Pakistani video CD. The set of the fabricated pictures collected by Truth of Gujarat will establish how the poison of communalism is being spread in our country to destroy our peace and harmony. The most disturbing aspect about the pictures below is that 2 of them are well known BJP Leaders (Swamy and Asma Khan Pathan), whereas a third person, Kiran KS, has Narendra Modi as one of his followers on Twitter.

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A BJP Sympathizer using a parody account spreads communal hatred
–Read More At: http://www.truthofgujarat.com/manufacturing-communal-hatred-bjps-primary-strategy-2014-elections/

18) India Assam Riots: Indian Forces Given Shoot to Kill Orders Against Muslims . March 16, 2014

The term ‘communalism’ has gained currency in India, with many describing the prevalence of ethnic riots in the country as endemic. The most recent case of ethnic violence in India erupted on July 20, 2012, as clashes between the Bodo Tribe and Muslim inhabitants in the North-East state of Assam spread from the Kokrajhir district to Chirang and Dhubri, until now claiming close to 40 lives and displacing over 200,000. Curfew has been imposed in the worst affected areas, with the Indian army being moved in and shoot-on-sight orders being issued by the Indian government.

Accounts have quickly attributed the clashes to the contemporary problem of illegal immigration from Muslim-majority Bangladesh into Assam, evoking the discourse of land encroachment and economic competition. A closer insight into the reality of communal violence and the specifications of the agitations in Assam will elucidate the naivety of the above position.

The state of Assam has a long standing history of communal violence. One of the gravest incidents being the 1983 Nellie Massacre, where over 2,500 people lost their lives as the All Assam Students Union (AASU) went on a rampage targeting minorities, after Prime Minister Indira Gandhi reiterated her decision to hold elections in the state despite AASU opposition. AASU’s foremost demand was that electoral rolls be cleansed of illegal immigrants, and illegal immigrants remain the central issue of contention in all clashes in the State that have continued intermittently through the decades.

However, illegal immigration is a mere ruse, and the motives leading to the numerous massacres more political in nature.

Paul Brass in his influential book, The Production of Hindu-Muslim Violence in Contemporary India (2003), described an “institutionalized riot system,” according to which all riots pass through three distinct phases: preparation (which itself is a deliberate act), activation (which requires an environment of political competition) and explanation (which employs a communal discourse). The July 20 violence in Assam is as deliberate and intentional, and as geared to serve narrow political interests, as previous clashes in the region.

Ethnic violence ultimately serves political ends. In the case of the July violence, it has been used to destabilize the incumbent Gogoi government, with opposition parties being quick to jump into troubled waters; the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) unequivocally traced the issue to illegal immigration in its recently concluded fact finding report. A closer look at the demographic reality in Assam points to the fact that most minority settlers in the state are not recent immigrants, but Indian citizens who have been in the region for generations. The overarching guise of illegal immigration and economic deprivation is used to legitimize the violence, when the real motives are self-seeking political interests and power aspirations. This falls in line with Brass’s ‘explanation stage’ as a communal discourse is employed to gloss over political ends.

It is imperative for national and international media and authorities to desist from labeling ethnic clashes in India as communal, using the term either in the primordial sense where religious and ethnic violence is projected as inevitable, or attributing it to economic reasons which cannot be substantiated. The cycle of communal violence can only end if there is a conscious understanding of the political motives involved, be it the Nellie Massacre of 1983, the 1992 Bombay riots, the 2002 Godhra riots, or in this case, the 2012 Assam agitation.

Gayeti, currently Assistant Editor at thecitizen.in, has worked in the media, publishing, development/advocacy and education sectors, in addition to two entrepreneurial ventures in the education and e-commerce space. Gayeti’s interests are …
Source: https://mic.com/articles/11863/india-assam-riots-indian-forces-given-shoot-to-kill-orders-against-muslims

19) SPECIAL REPORT: Gujarat completes its shameful 10 years, Riots victims continue to live with their tears, sorrow and injustice
February 22
05:14 2012

Ahmedabad: On February 27, 2002, Gujarat changed for the worse. The S6 coach of the Sabarmati Express caught fire at Godhra, killing 59 people, mostly kar sevaks returning from Ayodhya. The communal riots that followed affected at least 16 of the state’s 25 districts and claimed over 1,000 lives, mostly Muslims. Many were rendered homeless.

The commissions that probed the Godhra incident have arrived at different conclusions. While the U.C. Banerjee Commission, appointed by the Centre, said the fire in the S6 coach was accidental, the state-appointed Justice (retd) G.T. Nanavati and Justice (retd) Akshay Mehta Commission, in its part I report, said the carnage was pre-planned.

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The violence created a gulf between Hindus and Muslims that, even a decade later, is yet to be bridged. Compensations can hardly undo the damage. Even today, families fear to return to their original villages. Widows continue to struggle to earn their livelihood. Rape victims are still counselled for trauma. The families of the convicted cry foul. Businesses struggle to survive.

Gulberg Society

The name is embedded in collective memory as a symbol of the Gujarat riots and, to many, of the administrative complicity behind it. In Gulberg Society, the past is never far even as those looking at the future have learnt to make peace with it.

The empty shells of its 29 bungalows and 10 apartments now serve as godowns for neighbouring Muslim bakers, who supply their wares to Hindu shopkeepers next door.The smell of these bakeries and shahi dawats once filled the society, a Muslim-dominated area that came up in 1965 in the predominantly Hindu Chamanpura.

Targeted during the riots, they had all left. The owners of all eight bakeries are now back with their shops, though they stay 7km away in Muslim-dominated Rakhial.Shamsul Haq Ansari’s Robin Bakery, adjoining Gulberg Society, was looted and torched.

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He suffered losses of lakhs and claims not to have received any compensation. He chose to return and rebuild from his savings, and said not only has his business taken off again but that he is doing better than before.Ansari’s customers are all Hindus, including local provision stores, as there is no Muslim habitation around. For him or other bakers in the area, that hasn’t been a problem so far.Mubarak Ansari, owner of Mubarak Bakery, said there was some tension immediately after the riots. “But with time, things have improved. My entire business depends on local Hindus and they support me wholeheartedly.”However, none of them lives in the area.

Haseemuddin, working with Ashiana Bakery, said the owners as well as the workers live in Rakhial — which has been the case since they migrated from Bijnore. He cited “cultural and social reasons” for this. As such, they did not lose any near ones during the Chamanpura riots.Those who did have chosen not to continue in Gulberg Society, except Kasam Mansuri, 62, who lost 12 members. After his sons relocated, Mansuri stayed back and makes a living selling mattresses outside the society. “This is my society, where will I go?” he said.

Looking at the garbage dumped outside Gulberg Society, the Hindus, on the other hand, feel it is time to break free from the past, if only to bring Gujarat’s famed development to the area. Said Bhavanlal Jain, a moneylender whose customers are mostly Muslims: “The Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation has been neglecting the locality since they do not want legal complications of property, etc.”The Citizens for Justice and Peace has come up with the idea of turning the society into a “holocaust museum”.

To people like Saed Khan, who moved to the Muslim-dominated Juhapura, that is better than selling the houses to strangers. “It would be like selling the graves of your beloved.”While Mansuri gets angry at times that the survivors of Gulberg moved away and set up a new life, Khan said: “Gas cylinders were busted in homes; when these caught fire, they threw acid bulbs on people hiding. Women were pulled out and raped in public. No one wants to go back there.”

The bakers are the only remnants of a life that was. The mosque that was destroyed now holds five prayers a day for them. On Fridays, it also draws a number of Muslims working in nearby areas.As days such as these become routine, Afroz Ansari, a salesman working with J-K Bakery, is hopeful. “The riots,” he said, “were an aberration.”

Naroda Patiya

A young boy gets down at the last stop of the Bus Rapid Transit System (BRTS) on the RTO-Naroda route and says, “Where is this Naroda Patiya, the riot spot, actually located?” Nobody knew Naroda Patiya till 2002.

Muslims who survived the biggest post-Godhra massacre are now called Patiyawala, a term they own up with pride. They lost their loved ones but their lives has since seen a sea of change, with the BRTS running right outside their homes and the surrounding development making their own abodes high on the demand list.

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Inside the narrow bylanes of Naroda Patiya, life runs at a fast pace, and it’s tough.

As children rush out of a school in the afternoon, a woman walks past tugging at a toddler, his bag dragging on the road. “There is no water at home. The cooking and cleaning is yet to be done. The drainage choked up this morning,” she tells the accompanying woman. Her friend nods in agreement. “Nasirbhai scolded my son for not doing his maths homework. He was busy helping me clear drains since yesterday,” she says.

Nasir Khan Pathan, principal of a small school ‘Ikra’ inside Patiya, has been teaching maths and science to children for the last 20 years. He claims he saw it all, including eight rapes, during the riots.

Most of the Muslims settled in Naroda Gam and Patiya came from poor families in Karnataka and Konkan belt of Maharashtra 40 years ago. The magnet was textile-rich Ahmedabad. When the mills shut down, they joined other factories making tools, auto parts, chemicals, etc.
After the 2002 riots, they lost that too. They say factories dominated by Hindus closed their doors on them.

For the Muslims in Patiya, which housed around 5,000 Muslims in 10 major settlements of Husainnagar, Jawaharnagar, Masjid ki Chali, Kehmchand ki Chali, Panditji ki Chali and others, life was always all about earning their daily bread.

Farooq Qureshi, Nasir’s next door neighbour, says, “If one sees carefully, nothing has really changed. Earlier, we used to toil to earn our daily wages to manage two meals. After the riots, we are toiling much harder to streamline our small businesses that face threat from the majority community.”

After the loss of factory jobs, the men from the Muslim community took to cart pulling, driving autos and cabs and setting up small pan shops, tea stalls and local phone booths. Now, the fight is to keep them humming.

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Life is not easy. Though some of the riot victims have got relief in the form of small bright-coloured houses built for them, it’s a daily struggle for two square meals.

Zannatbibi Sheikh, an old and feeble fruit vendor, shows her cash box and says, “I start in the morning and this is all I have earned, Rs 100. It has been the case for 10 years. Our businesses dropped and women were the worst sufferers — empty kitchens, several children to fend for, no money for school uniforms and books.”

Zannatbibi, who lost her young son in the 2002 riots, points to a nearby madrasa and says, “The children who come to study here often come to my shop to eat potato balls. I sell them for only one rupee. I feel as if Mushtaq (her dead son) has come home hungry.”
The madrasa is now closed most of the times. The aged Maulana, Abdul Rauf Khan, comes every day to teach but there are not enough children.

He says, “There was a time when 10-12 batches of children used to come to recite the Quran. I loved reading it out to them. Now, only 10 children come to madrasa, that too after much convincing. Parents fear the madrasa would be the first to be targeted if things go bad again.
Mariambi, who runs a chicken shop near the madrasa, says, “This home is the only piece of property we have. We had requested the relief committee to rebuild our houses at the same place. For us, the struggle for basic needs is more important than the incidents of the past.”

Both Mariambi and Zannatbibi are widows living in Patiya with their children

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Pesh Imam Abdul Salam Shamshuddin Sheikh, the custodian of Noorani Masjid across the road since 1984, says, “The mosque was empty. I had gone to a home for Daur (reading of the holy Quran). This was the best time for the attackers to start. They began with breaking the minaret of the mosque. They blasted gas cylinders inside. Not a single corner was left.”
Noorani Masjid has been since restored and painted and it now bears no mark of the February 28 violence.

Amina Behlim’s sons moved out of Ahmedabad after riots but she still lives there at Masjid ki Chali. She is stronger than the rest. She was a security guard at a printing press in Chiloda, but was sacked for sheltering for five years a girl who was raped during the riots.

She says, “She (the victim) stayed in Jawaharnagar alone after her parents kicked her out for not ‘adjusting’ with her alcoholic husband. I was hiding on a terrace and saw her being raped by 11 men.

Godhra Train Burning

Number of deaths 59; number of accused 94; convicted 31; acquitted 63

Gujarat Riots

Number of deaths: More than 2,000, including killings at Best Bakery, Sardarpura, Gulberg Society, Naroda Patiya and Naroda Gam

More than 4,500 houses destroyed, 18,500 damaged

Loss of property of Muslims pegged at approximately 0600 crore and that of Hindus at approximately 040 crore (based on former IPS officer R.B. Sreekumar’s affidavit before the Justice Nanavati inquiry commission)

Special Investigation Team headed by former CBI director R.K. Raghavan re-investigating 10 major cases, including the Godhra carnage

Not a single FIR against Chief Minister Narendra Modi

Best Bakery killings: number of deaths 14; convicted 9; acquitted 8

Sardarpura killings: number of deaths 33; number of accused 73; convicted 31; acquitted 42

Gulberg Society killings: number of deaths 69; number of accused 67; number of accused out on bail 57; case has reached final stage in the trial court

Naroda Patiya massacre: number of deaths 95; number of accused 60; number of accused out on bail 49; case is in the trial court

Naroda Gam killings: number of deaths 11; number of accused 83; majority out on bail, case in trial court

[Abdul Hafiz Lakhani is a senior Journalist based at Ahmedabad, Gujarat. He is associated with IndianMuslimObserver.com as Bureau Chief (Gujarat). He can be reached at lakhani63@yahoo.com or on his cell 09228746770]

20) Saffron extremists desecrated temple to trigger riots: Cops:

TNN | Apr 14, 2012, 02.38 AM IST HYDERABAD:

The city police have launched a manhunt for four persons belonging to the Hindu community who they suspect triggered the communal disturbances in Old City last Sunday by hurling a piece of beef on the walls of the Hanuman Temple at Kurmaguda in Madannapet. All the four are residents of Kurmaguda and in their late twenties, police said, and claimed that the accused would be nabbed within the next 48 hours.

Reaping political benefits by intensifying communal polarization in the city is said to be the motive behind the attack. “We have reliable information confirming the role of four Hindu extremists in the Kurmaguda incident that started the recent communal disturbances. One of the accused was earlier arrested in the post-Bakrid communal violence incidents in the city. “All the accused are on the run and special teams have been formed to nab them,” a top investigating officer told TOI.

While the Special Investigation Team (SIT) of the city police is probing the 26 cases of communal clashes that took place in Old City since last Sunday, there is a special emphasis on the investigation into the Kurmaguda Hanuman temple desecration as it was the triggering point for the series of clashes. SIT officers visited Kurmaguda on Thursday and questioned several people. “We have specific information that the incident was executed by locals from the same community,” said a source. Intelligence sleuths are also closely monitoring the probe and confirmed the role of Hindu fundamentalist elements behind the attack.

An officer, who is part of the probe, revealed that the four suspects who have been on the run now are just mere pawns in the big political game and the main challenge would be to get to the conspirators who used them to reap political benefits. In the 2010 communal clashes, the SIT team had made several arrests but failed to nail the conspirators who provoked the mob. The same was the situation in the probe related to the post- Bakrid communal attacks in 2011. “A middle level politico interested in contesting the assembly election in 2014 is possibly the brain behind the attack,” police sources averred. Analysts said that this gave a new dimension to the communal tension and revealed that polarization was being deliberately fomented to garner votes.

Police have also confirmed the involvement of local Hindus in a temple desecration at Nandi Musalaiguda in Bahadurpura police limits and suspect a similar conspiracy behind the temple desecration at Moghulpura. “While the Nandi Musalaiguda temple desecration was engineered to ensure the posting of a police picket in their communally sensitive area, we suspect that the Moghulpura incident was to instigate the people. Thankfully, the perpetrators at Moghulpura did not succeed,” said an official.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/hyderabad/Saffron-extremists-desecrated-temple-to-trigger-riots-Cops/articleshow/12657326.cms

21) Hindu Groups hoisted Pakistani Flag secretly to blame and kill Muslims

6 Sri Ram Sene men held for bid to hoist Pakistani flag

Aravind Gowda Bangalore, January 6, 2012 | UPDATED 10:34
Six activists of the right- wing Sri Ram Sene, who had planned to spark communal violence in the north Karnataka town of Sindhagi by hoisting the Pakistani flag on the mini Vidhan Soudha premises, are now lodged behind bars. Interestingly, all the accused had staged demonstrations in the town the very next day to protest the delay in arresting those responsible for the reprehensible act. They also tried to manhandle Bijapur district SP D. C. Rajappa and other officers when they visited the spot. Four days after the incident, the police on Thursday arrested the Sene activists on the charges of fomenting communal disharmony.

The police said Rakesh Siddaramiah Mutt (19, Anil Kumar (18), Parashuram Ashok (20, Rohit Eshwar (18, Sunil Madiwalappa (18) and Mallanagouda Vijaykumar (18)- all members of Sene’s youth wing were responsible for the flag- hoisting incident. The police are on the lookout for absconding accused Arun Vaghmore (20). “Rakesh is the Sindhagi unit president of Sene’s student wing and the other accused are its members. They are all students in various colleges of Sindhagi and Bijapur. Their aim was to create communal unrest and gain advantage for their campaign,” Rajappa said. Sene chief Pramod Muthalik termed the charges “baseless” and alleged that the police were foisting a false case on his outfit’s members.

But Rajappa said: “The accused have confessed…They were planning to shift base to Goa for a few days by mid- January. They had stitched the Pakistani flag at an accomplice’s house in Sindhagi.Investigations are on to find out if other Sene leaders are involved.” He said the accused conspired for a week before hoisting the flag on the night of December 31. They returned the following morning and staged their demonstration, pelting stones at a government- owned bus. “Their motive was clear: hoist the flag, create unrest and take mileage by protesting against the incident,” Rajappa said. The clue cracking the case came from an eyewitness, who had seen the activists hoisting the flag around 3.30 am. Rajappa said the witness later identified one of the accused, who then spilled the beans. But former CM H. D. Kumaraswamy gave a different version of the incident. “I am told the RSS was behind the incident. It is shameful that the BJP is trying to create communal unrest for political gains,” he said. However, neither the BJP nor the RSS reacted to the allegation.

Read more at: http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/sri-ram-sene-activists-pakistani-flag/1/167409.html

22) HINDU TERROR The Mirror Explodes

Unfinished stories, goes an old idiom in Ajmer, find their denouement in Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti’s shrine. Perhaps, unfinished investigations do too. Two-and-a-half years after low-intensity blasts ripped apart the courtyard of the centuries-old shrine, the Rajasthan police arrested three men—Devendra Gupta, Vishnu Prasad and Chandrashekhar Patidar. Gupta, an RSS worker, was suspected to have bought the mobile phone and SIM card that triggered off the October 2007 blast in which three were killed. Till their arrest on April 30 this year, the story narrated by the investigators, lapped up by the establishment and reiterated in large sections of the media was that the Ajmer blast was the handiwork of jehadi terrorists.

The one troubling question—would jehadis target Muslim devout at a dargah?—can have complicated answers, as the body count at Lahore’s Data Ganj Baksh would testify. But in India, the question wasn’t even deemed worthy of being asked as a reasonable line of inquiry. The needle of suspicion remained firmly and automatically fixed on Islamic terrorists—young men from the community were detained at various stages of the investigation and interrogated at length—until the trail finally led to Gupta and pointed to radical Hindu nationalist groups instead. Says Rajasthan Anti-Terrorist Squad chief Kapil Garg: “We have arrested some people of that religion (Hinduism) and we’re dead sure we’re on the right track.”

Malegaon Blasts-I
September 8, 2006
37 dead

Initial arrests: Arrested include Salman Farsi, Farooq Iqbal Makhdoomi, Raees Ahmed, Noorul Huda Samsudoha and Shabbir Batterywala.
Later revelation: Suspicion now rests on Hindu terrorists because of the 2008 blasts.

Samjhauta Express Blasts
February 18, 2007
68 dead, mostly Pakistanis

Initial suspicion: LeT and JeM were blamed. Those arrested included Pakistani national Azmat Ali.
Later revelation: Police have seen the evidence trail lead to right-wing Hindu activists. Investigators claim the triggering mechanism for the Mecca masjid blast three months later was similar to the one used here. Police are looking for RSS pracharaks Sandeep Dange and Ramji.
Mecca Masjid Blast
May 18, 2007
14 dead

Initial arrests: Around 80 Muslims detained for questioning and 25 arrested. Several have now been acquitted, including Ibrahim Junaid, Shoaib Jagirdar, Imran Khan and Mohammed Adul Kaleem.
Later revelation: In June 2010 the CBI announced a cash reward of Rs 10 lakh for information on the two accused, Sandeep Dange and Ramchandra Kalsangra. Lokesh Sharma arrested.
Ajmer Sharif Blast
October 11, 2007
3 dead

Initial arrests: HuJI, LeT blamed. Those arrested include Abdul Hafiz Shamim, Khushibur Rahman, Imran Ali.
Later revelation: In 2010, Rajasthan ATS arrests Devendra Gupta, Chandrashekhar and Vishnu Prasad Patidar. Accused Sunil Joshi, who was killed weeks before the blast, is believed to have been a key planner.
Thane Cinema Blast
June 4, 2008

Affiliated to Hindu Janjagruti Samiti and Sanathan Sanstha, Ramesh Hanumant Gadkari and Mangesh Dinkar Nikam arrested. Blast planned to oppose the screening of Jodhaa Akbar.
Kanpur And Nanded Bomb Mishaps
August 2008

Two members of Bajrang Dal—Rajiv Mishra and Bhupinder Singh—were killed while assembling bombs in Kanpur. In April 2006, N. Rajkondwar and H. Panse from the same outfit died under similar circumstances in a bomb-making workshop in Nanded.
Malegaon Blasts II
September 29, 2008
7 dead

Initial suspicion: Groups like Indian Mujahideen involved
Later revelation: Abhinav Bharat and Rashtriya Jagaran Manch accused of involvement. Arrested include Pragya Singh Thakur, Lt Col Srikant Purohit and Swami Amritanand Dev Tirth, also known as Dayanand Pandey.
Goa Blasts
October 16, 2009

2 dead Both accused are members of the Sanathan Sanstha. Malgonda Patil and Yogesh Naik were riding a scooter laden with explosives, which accidentally went off.
Terror trails in India dramatically changed with the Malegaon blasts investigation in September-October 2008. Led by then Maharashtra ATS chief Hemant Karkare, who was subsequently killed on the night of 26/11, the investigation pointed to Abhinav Bharat (AB), an ultra-right-wing Pune-based organisation established in 2005-06, and its members or affiliates. What Karkare’s teams managed to uncover is part of recent history and should have become the basis of examining and monitoring the new phenomenon of Hindutva terror but didn’t.

The Hindutva links to Mecca Masjid, Ajmer and other low-intensity blasts have been in the public domain for close to two years; the signs were visible since 2002-03 when an ied found at the Bhopal railway station was traced back to local Hindutva activists Ramnarayan Kalsangra and Sunil Joshi. They were questioned, but no evidence was found. Yet, it prompted Congress leader Digvijay Singh to declare a Bajrang Dal hand. Later in 2006, there were explosions in the houses of Hindutva activists in Nanded and Kanpur, where ieds were being prepared. Through that year, mosques in several towns in Maharashtra—Purna, Parbhani, Jalna—were rocked by low-intensity blasts; the Nanded one was meant for a mosque in Aurangabad. Recovered with a map of Aurangabad were false beards and Muslim male outfits. That should have been warning enough.

However, till May-June this year, the establishment did not either see these warning signals or chose to ignore them—except for a brief two-month period in 2008 when Karkare led the Malegaon probe. Now, it may be difficult to sustain the denial. “For the last 10 years, stories about Hindu right-wing violence have been trickling out. Instead of a systematic investigation, there has been an event-to-event investigation. The larger story has remained underinvestigated and under-reported,” says Mumbai advocate and human rights campaigner Mihir Desai. The CBI is only now seeking directions from the Union home ministry to see the Ajmer, Mecca Masjid, Malegaon and other blasts in conjunction after there has been no conclusive evidence of the involvement of Islamic groups.

The Hindutva links to Mecca Masjid, Ajmer and other low-intensity blasts have been in the public domain for close to two years; the signs were visible since 2002-03 when an ied found at the Bhopal railway station was traced back to local Hindutva activists Ramnarayan Kalsangra and Sunil Joshi. They were questioned, but no evidence was found. Yet, it prompted Congress leader Digvijay Singh to declare a Bajrang Dal hand. Later in 2006, there were explosions in the houses of Hindutva activists in Nanded and Kanpur, where ieds were being prepared. Through that year, mosques in several towns in Maharashtra—Purna, Parbhani, Jalna—were rocked by low-intensity blasts; the Nanded one was meant for a mosque in Aurangabad. Recovered with a map of Aurangabad were false beards and Muslim male outfits. That should have been warning enough.

However, till May-June this year, the establishment did not either see these warning signals or chose to ignore them—except for a brief two-month period in 2008 when Karkare led the Malegaon probe. Now, it may be difficult to sustain the denial. “For the last 10 years, stories about Hindu right-wing violence have been trickling out. Instead of a systematic investigation, there has been an event-to-event investigation. The larger story has remained underinvestigated and under-reported,” says Mumbai advocate and human rights campaigner Mihir Desai. The CBI is only now seeking directions from the Union home ministry to see the Ajmer, Mecca Masjid, Malegaon and other blasts in conjunction after there has been no conclusive evidence of the involvement of Islamic groups.

The Hindutva links to Mecca Masjid, Ajmer and other low-intensity blasts have been in the public domain for close to two years; the signs were visible since 2002-03 when an ied found at the Bhopal railway station was traced back to local Hindutva activists Ramnarayan Kalsangra and Sunil Joshi. They were questioned, but no evidence was found. Yet, it prompted Congress leader Digvijay Singh to declare a Bajrang Dal hand. Later in 2006, there were explosions in the houses of Hindutva activists in Nanded and Kanpur, where ieds were being prepared. Through that year, mosques in several towns in Maharashtra—Purna, Parbhani, Jalna—were rocked by low-intensity blasts; the Nanded one was meant for a mosque in Aurangabad. Recovered with a map of Aurangabad were false beards and Muslim male outfits. That should have been warning enough.

However, till May-June this year, the establishment did not either see these warning signals or chose to ignore them—except for a brief two-month period in 2008 when Karkare led the Malegaon probe. Now, it may be difficult to sustain the denial. “For the last 10 years, stories about Hindu right-wing violence have been trickling out. Instead of a systematic investigation, there has been an event-to-event investigation. The larger story has remained underinvestigated and under-reported,” says Mumbai advocate and human rights campaigner Mihir Desai. The CBI is only now seeking directions from the Union home ministry to see the Ajmer, Mecca Masjid, Malegaon and other blasts in conjunction after there has been no conclusive evidence of the involvement of Islamic groups.

The Hindutva links to Mecca Masjid, Ajmer and other low-intensity blasts have been in the public domain for close to two years; the signs were visible since 2002-03 when an ied found at the Bhopal railway station was traced back to local Hindutva activists Ramnarayan Kalsangra and Sunil Joshi. They were questioned, but no evidence was found. Yet, it prompted Congress leader Digvijay Singh to declare a Bajrang Dal hand. Later in 2006, there were explosions in the houses of Hindutva activists in Nanded and Kanpur, where ieds were being prepared. Through that year, mosques in several towns in Maharashtra—Purna, Parbhani, Jalna—were rocked by low-intensity blasts; the Nanded one was meant for a mosque in Aurangabad. Recovered with a map of Aurangabad were false beards and Muslim male outfits. That should have been warning enough.

However, till May-June this year, the establishment did not either see these warning signals or chose to ignore them—except for a brief two-month period in 2008 when Karkare led the Malegaon probe. Now, it may be difficult to sustain the denial. “For the last 10 years, stories about Hindu right-wing violence have been trickling out. Instead of a systematic investigation, there has been an event-to-event investigation. The larger story has remained underinvestigated and under-reported,” says Mumbai advocate and human rights campaigner Mihir Desai. The CBI is only now seeking directions from the Union home ministry to see the Ajmer, Mecca Masjid, Malegaon and other blasts in conjunction after there has been no conclusive evidence of the involvement of Islamic groups.

23) NOVEMBER 15, 2011 Six ‘Hindu Vahini’ Terrorist arrested for attack on Muslims

Hyderabad: In a major crack down on the cases of attack on Muslim youths, six activists of a Brahmin terrorist group ‘Hindu Vahini’ were arrested by the city police. Soon after the Bakrid, there were continuous attacks on Muslim Youths in different parts of the city by which nearly eight of them were injured severely and admitted to hospital, two were very serious. According to the police the Brahmin terrorist activists were angry at the Muslims.

Brahmin terrorist were

S Sadanand (27),
Shakti Vinod(24),
K Unni Krishna(23),
Pabha Bhargav(21),
S V Santosh (22) and
P Kalyan (26)
who were all either well educated or pursuing good carriers. Sadanand was earlier arrested in the communal violence cases of 2010.

The Police said that the accused on the night of November 8th assembled at Baghlingampally Park and planned to divide themselves in to three groups with the intension of carrying out attacks on two wheelers entering the Thilak Nagar Cross road using knives and iron rods. At first they stabbed Mohammed Omer Farooq near a graveyard in Nimboliadda with knives while he was on a ride with his Bike along with his friend. Irshad Hussain was the second victim as he was attacked with an iron rod at Narayanguda. The accused targeted Syed Meraj and Syed Mustaq Ali near Baghlingampally by intercepting the Tata Ace vehicle they were travelling in. A while after the midnight Azam Pasha and Idris Ansari were attacked at Balamari. Three hours later they attacked Aziz from the center point hotel in Bowenpally and soon disappeared in their Bikes.

City Police Commissioner Mr. Abdul Khayoum Khan considering the seriousness of the offence has handed it over to the Special Task Force. The task force was successful in trapping the offenders based on the descriptions provided by the victims. Police have seized three motorcycles, three iron rods, one knife and six cell phones which were used in the attacks. They are now under judicial custody for further probes.

The Muslim organizations have raised their concern over the violent activities of Brahmin terrorist forces in the city. They alleged that the Police were rather unwilling to bring the real culprits in front of the law by not handing over the case to the Special Investigation Team [SIT]. The cases which are grievous and communal in nature and planned to spread terror in city are under the normal circumstances, handed over to SIT.

The case was not different and handed over to the SIT during the 2010 communal riots of Hyderabad city, with the intension of effectively combating terror atmosphere. The Muslim organizations have expressed their feel that the case is not yet solved because the arrested persons are just pawns in the whole game of targeting Muslims and they believe that the real masters are still out and free planning further attacks on the innocent Muslim Youths.

24) HINDUTVA (Hindu-Nazism) is a nationalist political philosophy that was defined primarily by Vinayak Damodar Savarkar (1883-1966), President of the ABHM (Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha = All India Hindu Assembly), along with K B Hedgewar & M S Golwalkar (1st & 2nd RSS chiefs), who were all enthusiastic admirers of Adolf Hitler’s “Mein Kampf”:

– “From the Indus to the Himalayas, from the Himalayas to Tibet, from Tibet to Burma and from Burma to the Southern and Western seas run the lines of the boundaries of our Land.”, V D Savarkar, ABHM 21st Session, 1939;

– “The foreign races in Hindustan must either adopt the Hindu culture and language, must learn to respect and hold in reverence Hindu religion, must entertain no idea but those of the glorification of the Hindu race and culture, i.e., of the Hindu nation and must lose their separate existence to merge in the Hindu race, or may stay in the country, wholly subordinated to the Hindu Nation, claiming nothing, deserving no privileges, far less any preferential treatment – not even citizen’s rights.”, M S Golwalkar, 2nd RSS chief (1940-1973), 1938;

– “…if we Hindus in India grow stronger in time these Moslem friends of the league type will have to play the part of German-Jews … India must be a Hindu land, reserved for the Hindus.”, V D Savarkar, ABHM 20th Session, 1938;

– “…the Indian Mahommedans, Jews, Christians, Parsees, etc. are excluded from claiming themselves as Hindus”, V D Savarkar, ABHM 19th Session, 1937;

– “The RSS’ only aim is to polarise the Indian masses on communal lines, wherever possible in order to awaken a dormant Hindi nationalism”, K B Hedgewar, 1st RSS chief (1925-40);

– “All Hindutva opponents will get the death sentence”, Praveen Togadia, VHP secretary-general, Dec. 2002;

ORGANIZATIONS that champion Hindutva/Hindu-Nazism are known as the Sangh Parivar (Sangh Family) & include:

– the ABHM political party;

– the BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party) political party which is an offshoot of ABHM;

– the RSS (Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh = National Volunteers’ Organisation) within India itself which was founded in 1925 by V D Savarkar’s deputy K B Hedgewar;

– the Rashtra Sevika Samiti (= National Women Voluteers’ Committee) which is the RSS’s women’s wing;

– the HSS (Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh = Hindu Volunteers’ Organisation) which is the RSS’s main international wing;

– the ABVP (Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad = All India Students’ Council) which is the RSS’s youth wing for students;

– the VHP (Vishwa Hindu Parishad = World Hindu Council) which is an RSS-inspired Indian & international wing;

– the Durga Vahini (= Army of Durga) which is the VHP’s women’s wing;

– the Dharma Raksha Manch (= Religion Protection Forum) which is the VHP’s new wing for Hindu priests, holy men & “saints”;

– the HSC (Hindu Students’ Council) which is the VHP’s youth wing for students in the USA & Canada;

– the Bajrang Dal (= [Hanuman’s] Monkey Brigade) which is the VHP’s youth wing;

– even more extreme Hindu-Nazi organizations include Shiv Sena, Sri Ram Sena, Rahtriya Hindu Sena, Rashtra Raksha Sene, Hindu Munnani, Sanatan Sanstha and Hindu JanaJagruti Samiti.

Hindutva/Hindu-Nazi organizations claim it as a right, & indeed a duty, to impose their ideology throughout “Akhand Bharat”/ ”Akhand Hindustan” (i.e. “Undivided India” including India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal & Bhutan, but not Myanmar/Burma). This would mean the forced conversion or expulsion or elimination of over 450 million non-Hindus in the region.

NOTORIOUS contemporary Hindutva/Hindu-Nazis include:

– Bal Thackeray (1926-), founder and chief of the Shiv Sena, who has called for the rise of Hindu terrorism & a Hitler-like dictatorship in India;

– K S Sudarshan (1931-), sarsanghachalak (appointed leader) of the RSS, who has said Muslm, Christian & Communist activities in India “must be curbed with an iron hand”;

– Narendra Modi (1950-), BJP Chief Minister of Gujarat & probable future president of the BJP, who has been implicated in the 2002 Gujurat violence that killed more than 1,000 people, injured about 2,500 & displaced about 150,000;

– Praveen Togadia (1957-), International General Secretary of the VHP, who has threatened death to opponents of Hindutva;

– Pramod Muthalik (1963-), founder of the Sri Ram Sena, Rahtriya Hindu Sena & Rashtra Raksha Sene, who claims to have over 1,100 Hindu suicide attackers in training.
So this is entire Ideology of ‘Hindutva Brahman Ziono-Nazism’. If even their so called ‘RamaRajya’ (which never happened and never will be in the entire history of Humans) is been implanted inside India, its enough to tore India and break her into several pieces. Even these so called ‘Brahmans’ are not united in their Bhagwans (gods, and goddesses) how will these morons unite so eutopian Akhandyey-Bharat, well it will be more better to use actual word and that is ‘Paakhandh-yey Bharat’. (Akhand = United / Paakhandh = Lie, Cheat). This is that India who portray themselves with the help of Biased Media outfits, which totally caps in the hands of Adani and Ambani mentalities. These universal terrorists are also supporters of latest Zionist Terrorism by the name of (ISIS), they are behind (TTP) terrorism, there are many Terrorist Camps controlled by these Indians in not only Afghanistan, Bangladesh but also in their own Indian subrubs. They always portray Pakistan as a place of terrorism, but they never talk a little bit about this fact, that all terrorism is been promoted by these same scumbags, and they are behind each and every terrorist activity against Pakistan. More than one hundrad thousand Civilians are been dead by this Sick Indian Zionist Nazi Mentality. Actually India is going on the foot-prints of their slave-Master (Zionists). Brahmans (2nd grade zionists) is actually controlling this (Ideology called Hinduism) for their own benefits and business. They promote violance and then put blame on others to carry out their crap. If this kind of Paakhand-yey Bhartiya Mentality is been implemented upon Indians, I bet, very soon India will be vanished from the surface of earth forever, because this whole Satanic Ideology is based on hate, violance, not only towards Muslims, but Christians, Sikhs, Jains, Budhists, and Low-Caste Hindus. I had tried my best to present all those available sources with proofs from their own people, who are exposing their sickness.

Pakistan has banned several organizations who were suppose to be involved in some sort of terrorism. While Indians had made a Genocider and Terrorist their Leader in Power, who has openly accepted that, they were involved in 1973, by separating Bangladesh from Pakistan and also for each and every terrorist activity, all that was staged by Indian Establishment of Brahmanic Maniac Zionism. Kulbhushn Yadav and his confessions are enough for the world to understand the sick disgusting mentality of Racist India and Racist Hinduism. Does Ashraf Ghani (the puppet of American installed regime in Kabul) knows what, a Brahman mentality has views about Muslims?. I do not think so, because such kind of Traitors of Afghan people had no self-respect, that’s why they are like concubines or whores who can dance on the signs of Dollar or Hindustani Ruppiya. There was no terrorism in Pakistan before the adventure of Sick American NWO elite in Afghanistan, neither those suicide bombers were there, they are only been introduced by American Government during their so called ‘War on Terror’. This was a pretext for destroying nations of the world as well as controlling opium business around the Globe. Now they have a ‘Friend’ like ‘India’ who’s been exposed very well by their own national archives and newspapers. This is so unfortunate that, sons of Ghaznawi are selling their faith to the sons of ‘Sowmnath’.

And guess what? Still they are failed. Totally failed in their entire Satanic Brahman Shumali Plans.

This is their Utopian RamaRajya.

Can anyone ask India for banning (RSS) the extreme Hindu Terrorist Wing? No, in fact they give them authority and seat of power. And by this universal sickness of Saffarons, this whole South-East Asian area is been onslaught. Your Bollywood media can never show this sick reality in mainstream but we will expose you, without any sort of humbleness, because you do not deserve. Those Brahmans needs to be exposed in such a harsh way and facts and with the same power of Racist views, because Racists only deserves More Racism than their sickness. Only that way their ugly mouths can be shutted up. The whole Mumbai attack Drama, all terrorist acts which Indians use to blame on Pakistan are actually their own planted games of intelligence agency. World is not getting to know ‘End-Yen’ conspiracy against Humanity. The cheap teachings can only produce Cheap Hindus.

Y—anks for reading.

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