Readers’ Forum : Cow Protection
This refers to the statement of K Veeramani, President of Dravidar Kazhagam, reacting on the Cow Bill recently passed by the Maharashtra government. He says that eating habits are the ‘Fundamental Rights’ of an individual and thus no government has a right to take decision on them, since due to this development people of the State will be deprived of ‘Beef’ which is unconstitutional. This clearly shows how much ignorant our leaders are regarding things which makes the lifeline of the mankind particularly in an agricultural country like Bharat. It is a pity that being a leader of an organisation he does not know the basic difference between a cow and a buffalo. When our Constitution has given enough provision under Article 48 to exercise the development and protection of Animal Husbandry, the question of unconstitutional does not arise. We wish to ask K Veeramani that how well can we feed the hungry —by killing a cow and feeding a few or by utilising the cow in ‘Organic Farming’ in producing food grains and feeding a large number of people. K Veeramani alone has to answer this question. Secondly from when ‘Beef’ has become the diet of Bharatwasis ?
SETURAM ASPARI ,
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We should be thankful to the British who came to Bharat three hundred years back and ruled over us. Had they not come, Bharat would have got completely converted into a Muslim state because at that time Bharat was being ruled by the Muslims who were tyrant and forcing Hindus to become Muslims. We should be again thankful to the Britishers that when they left Bharat they divided the country into two, Bharat and Pakistan. Had Bharat would not have been divided Hindus would have been facing the same situation after 1947 as at the time of domination of the Muslims. It is our bad luck that even after division and sacrificing half of Bharat, Hindus could not make rest of Bharat a Hindu state. Though the proposal came from the public but Nehru did not agree to it saying that there are other religions also in Bharat namely Sikhism, Jainism and Buddhism, etc ignoring the fact that these religions were born in Bharat and are like five fingers of a hand. When Bharat got divided in 1947 there was a common saying from the mouth of every Muslim, Hans ke liya he Pakistan largh ke lenge Hindustan (We have taken Pakistan laughingly and now we shall take Bharat by fight).With the coming of Congress to power this became more easy for them. At the time of Partition Muslims in Bharat were 8 per cent and now they have become 20 per cent in 68 years. If all things remain the same, in another 65 years they will outnumber the Hindus. Whereas Hindus were 20 per cent in Pakistan at the time of Partition and now they are just 1 per cent. Under these circumstances we Hindus should come together in converting Bharat into a complete Hindu state by wholeheartedly supporting Shri Narendra Modi who is a God given gift to the Hindus.
B R BHATNAGAR Takshila Aptt. Andheri East,Mumbai
This refers to two news items in Organiser, ‘Sikh boy racially abused by White girl on school bus’ and ‘Second Hindu Temple Vandalised’. Practically in all such cases of abuses and attacks, it is found that people in the western countries i.e. USA and Europe etc. confuse Hindus and Sikhs as Muslim terrorists. They have very poor knowledge about the differences. Bharat being a secular country, it is like a taboo, a crime for our government to explain that the Islam is altogether different from Hinduism, Sikhism and Jainism. Day and night our rulers claim that Hindus and Muslims are one. In such a situation, who is to explain to the West that Hindus themselves have been the victims of Islamic cruelties for more than thousand years. In nutshell, Hindus are victims of the so-called secularism, not only in their own country Bharat, but even in foreign countries also. The only solution is to make Bharat a Hindu and non-Muslim country, so that our government can explain the difference between the Hindus and the Muslims.
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