Hindu-Muslim marriages and ‘Love Jehad’ (Organiser, 1.1.2012); This is with reference to Tanvir Fatima’s letter published in this highly esteemed weekly under the above caption. As per her version, “The phenomenon of non-Muslim girls marrying Muslim boys is universal but no where such a hue and cry is raised as in our country.” She also says ‘Love Jehad’ is a mischievous term and so on and so forth. Here one would like to tell her that the so-called universal phenomenon of non-Muslim girls marrying Muslim boy’s is being protested everywhere including European countries due to ‘mischief’ which is aimed at enhancing the Muslim population there in order to overpower the majority of native population just to Islamise the respective country. This mischievous plan is being executed with the help of petro-dollars of Arab countries espcially Saudi Arabia and Muslim clerics as their secret agents. In Bharat, this game-plan of Islamic forces is openly supported by not only Muslim organisations but also by the so-called ‘Secular Forces’ with the open support of the UPA government. The so-called National Advisory Committee has become the hub of this game plan as has been exposed several times. This game-plan to convert Hindus to Islam is not new. There was a Maulana, Khwaza Hasan Nizami who had issued a secret pamphlet for Muslims who were assigned this job. Nizami was a notorious Tablighi. Under whoes instructions one Abdul Rashid had shot Swami Shriddhanand, the Arya Samajist leader who was once invited to address the Muslims from the Jama Masjid of Delhi during Khilafat Movement. Muslim youths have been given instructions by clerics to be well dressed and try there best to attract Hindu girls by even calling themselves by fake Hindu names, wearing kalava in their right-wrist, putting tilak on their foreheads, moving on new motorcycles purchased with the foreign money sent for this very purpose from Saudi Arabia. In this way, the Muslim youths move around schools, colleges, university campuses and other such institutions in search of their aimed prey and they first spoil her with false promises and till the prey comes to know their reality and tries to get rid of their ‘net’, she is threatened to be brutely murdered. In most of such circumstances, the girl succumbs to their threatenings. This sort of phenomenon has been given the nomenclature of ‘Love Jehad’ by the Hon. High Court of Kerala when cases came to its purview. More than 4,000 girls (mostly Hindus and a few Christians too)have been used by Islamic terrorist organisations as fidayeen and other ways. To say the least is to let Tanvir Fatima understand the deep agony of such innocent girls ensnared by ‘Muslim Hunters’ and what would she feel if such a fraud is played on her in the same manner. May God save her from any such unfaithful event.
Anand Mishra ‘Abhay’, Sanskriti Bhawan, Rajendra Nagar, Lucknow-226 004
A design to destroy Hindu culture (Organiser, 1.1.2012); The above mentioned article by Dr Purushottama Bharathi in Organiser has brought to light the unpleasant happenings in Kerala. We should be deeply indebted to him for enlightening us. Hinduism is a way of life, a dharma, a discipline and a faith that has come a long long way and its roots are deeply and strong. Hinduism derives its strength and acceptance from sacred writings and can hold on its own for it has endured the ravages of time and above all the onslaught of a faith which hangs on the edge of a sword! People over a period of time have piously guarded this “way of life” and seen to it that it doesn’t become extinct or loose its sheen, vitality and depth for its roots are embedded in the heart’s of every Hindu. No one can dislodge it. This raises the question—“Are we doing enough at the grass root level?” Energy and invincible determination should be the motto of every Hindu to spread the message that Hinduism is a way of life that should be cherished, nurtured and inculculated into and that people should not be lured by money and false promises offered by Christian priests. An effective machinery like RSS has to rise up, for it is not too late to bring them back to the Hindu fold. What is required is a constant and sincere effort to raise the quality of life of the poor and give them honest work to earn their livelihood. When basic needs are met and the standard of living is raised they will see through the ploy adopted or should I say imitated by these Christian priests, non Hindus, wearing saffron and Rudraksha beads. They suffer from an inferiority complex and afraid that the funds flowing from Rome have not brought the sheep into their fold. Hindus are not sheep to fall into the trap. A double standard by dubious religionists with one foot in Bharat and another in Rome cannot be accepted. It is disturbing and annoying to read about the nefarious activities taking place in Kerala and must be stopped immediately by Hindu activists. Hinduism has survived and will do so, so long as the world lasts.
Shanta Dyuthikar, 39, 15 Cross, Malleshwaram, Bengaluru-1
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Purushottama Bharathi’s article in the Organiser on page No.14 is quite interesting. However some things described there are irritating. My point is that if Christians imitate Hindus or their ways why should Hindus be offended. Imitation when seriously done, is flattery ! In fact, it is known that when Christian missionaries came to India for converting the non-believers in Christianity to Christianity in the 16th and 17th centuries, the Christian priest adopted Hindu dress, ways and rituals, etc to cheat the people as if to say they were not different but infact superior. Since there is no formal conversion to Hinduism, those who are not born Hindus can adopt Hindu faith, ways, beliefs, and become practicing Hindus. Fortunately reconversion to Hinduism is acceptable. This should be done in an organised and peaceful manner. Hinduism does not say that only Hindus can attain salvation like other religions that have to harvest souls for the greater glory of their religion. Hindus have to take care of the material and social interest of their co-religionists who are inclined towards conversion to other religions in a very organised and peaceful manner. Similarly reconversion to Hinduism of those already unwittingly converted to other religions should be arranged in a peaceful manner. Hindus have no need to feel disappointed, distressed and lose heart.
CBD Rao, 39, 15 Cross, Malleshwaram, Bengaluru
They prefer to die than returning to Pakistan (Organiser, 25.12.2011); This refers to ‘They prefer to die, than returning to Pakistan’ in Organiser, in which plight of Hindu refugees, coming from Pakistan has been discussed in detail. It is most shameful for the government of India, headed by Congress, that they are giving all sort of concessions to the Muslims in India, who had voted for Jinnah and Muslim League in elections held in 1945-46 for the creation of Pakistan as their homeland, but are telling the Hindus and Sikh refugees from Pakistan to go back to the hell, which Pakistan is for them. After all India was divided in 1947, purely on the basis of Hindus and Muslims, with full consent of Gandhi, Nehru and Congress leaders. Of course Hindus included Sikhs, Jains, Buddhists, etc. In this connection it would be very relevant to quote Jinnah’s statement, which he made on April 30, 1947, when creation of Pakistan was almost decided. He stated that “ If Hindu minority in Pakistan, wishes to emigrate to their homeland of Hindustan(i.e. truncated India) they will be at liberty to do so, and vice versa, Muslims who wish to emigrate from Hindustan can do so and go to Pakistan, since sooner or later exchange of population will have to take place…”(See page 457 Genesis of Pakistan, by VV Nagarkar, Published by Allied Publishers Pvt. Ltd. Bombay, Calcutta, Bangalore, Madras, New Delhi). It is quite clear, that Jinnah was quite reasonable, and accepted truncated India as homeland for Hindus, because Muslims were to get Pakistan as their homeland. On the other hand Gandhi, Nehru, Congress leaders, including present Congress leadership, did and at present doing great injustice and cruelty, to Hindus and Sikh refugees by asking them to go back to hell i.e. Pakistan. And these very Congress leaders have given citizenship to more than two crore Muslim infiltrators from Bangaladesh and Pakistan. It is legitimate right of the Hindus, Sikhs and Buddhists from Pakistan and Bangaldesh to come and settle in India and it is the duty of government of India to help them in all possible ways.
Anand Prakash, 72/Sector-8, Panchkula-134 109
All India Sant Samagam in Delhi (Organiser, 25.12.2011); This is with reference to the front page article in Organiser, ‘All India Sant Samagam in Delhi’. At the outset I convey my thanks to Bharatiya Sanskriti Sabha (BSS) for organising a Samagam of all the noted saints and thus creating an atmosphere so that the said Communal Violence Bill is not tabled in the Parliament. I am confident that by this time communal, corrupt and treacherous UPA might have received warning not to venture or face political liquidation since all the holy men have now challenged this Bill. RSS has also openly pledged full support to BSS in this struggle. The Bill clearly shows that it is a death knell to every Hindu. This is as good as usurping Hindus and Hinduism in their homeland. This is neither acceptable nor practical. This will only lead to bloodshed and civil war. Hindus are not going to accept this. Instead being put behind bars and get tortured Hindus will protest till this Bill is not withdrawn. I demand that those who have drafted and supported this Bill should apologise to the nation for their mischief. Shame to Sonia, shame to Manmohan, shame to entire NAC and UPA for their mean, criminal mentality and inhuman thinking.
Pramod Prabhakar Valsangkar, Dilsukhnagar, Hyderabad-500 060
At least provide them shelter What one can expect from a government which cannot even provide shelter to homeless in this chill. In a report, the Supreme Court commissioners have said that many states haven’t fully followed court orders on building shelters for the homeless before winter’s advent. Nor does the Centre run a scheme. Nearly three million spend nights outdoor while existing shelters are woefully maintained. Such shocking negligence deflates politicians’ claims and especially UPA’s of being pro-poor. The report ought to shame the authorities into taking action.
Gaurav Sharma, Civil Lines, Lucknow
Lovely way to spend tax payer’s money First the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister spent crores of rupees on constructing her statues, and now crores are being spent to cover them before the Assembly elections. And again after the elections money will be spend to remove those covers. Lovely way to spend the tax payer’s money. Money which could have been spent on the development of the State is being wasted very systematically. Also if there is a law against the erection of statues why it was not invoked earlier? What would happen if Chief Ministers of other states also start doing the same thing? Will the Union government be a helpless spectator? Will it not act? The issue is very important and it is time for those wishing well for the country to think -over and do something about it.
Bharat Arora, Mayur Vihar, Delhi 110 091
Border dispute Shiv Sena is in a perturbed mood and pressing hard for President’s rule in Karnataka following dissolution of Municipal Corporation of Belgaum by the BJP government of Karnataka. If Karnataka is brought under President’s rule will the President of Indian Union who is also Marathi will be able to resolve the dispute quickly? Suppose if injustice and atrocities continue in bordering area inspite of President’s rule to whom Shiv Sena is going to blame and condemn? Naturally President of Indian will have to be held responsible for it. Is Shiv Sena ready to accept this? If Shiv Sena is a stanch opponent of Karnataka unite of BJP it will be meaningless to continue its allie with BJP in Maharashtra. Let it join its hands with Congress. Neither Congress nor Shiv Sena are able to answer the question that why they did not solve the dispute despite former was in power at the Centre as well as in these two states for more than five decades? Is it not unfair making comments on boundary dispute despite matter is subjudical? Does it not amount to contempt of court? It is easy to solve international boundary dispute with China, Pakistan or Bangladesh, but difficult to settle the dispute of two states within Indian territory because of rigid stand, policy adopted by them.
Sridhar V Kulkarni, Kalyan (West) 421 301 Maharashtra
For ongoing recession credit goes to UPA Though the crisis in international financial markets is affecting the rupee, the faulty policies of the UPA government are also responsible for foreign investors pulling out of the Indian market. With the government focussed on the Lokpal issue and elections in Uttar Pradesh, the rupee’s downward slide and further crippling of the economy seem round the corner. Rupee has dropped to a historic low. The industrial output growth rate is not up to the mark and inflation is increasing day by day. All these are signs of an impending economic recession. If UPA doesn’t take remedial measures soon, investments will shrink and employment opportunities plummet.
Bharat Arora, Mayur Vihar 1, Delhi 110 091