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    Published On : Fri, Oct 23rd, 2015
    Latest News | By Nagpur Today Nagpur News

    “Cow-slaughterers cannot live in India”: Pravin Togadia

    Nagpur: “Cow-slaughterers cannot afford to live in India, and they should not be under false impression that Mulayam Singh Yadav or Akhilesh Singh Yavad or even Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be able to protect the cow-slaughterers,” fiercely asserted VHP leader Dr Pravin Togadia said, during his visit here in the city on Dussehra day, Thursday.

    He further said, “Muslims must respect the sentiments of Hindus and sincerely abide by the law of the land made against cow-slaughter. If any one breaking the law of the land tries to hurt the sentiments of Hindus, he is bound to receive a befitting reply in the form of retaliation– which may be violent or may be peaceful, depending on the attitude of one who retaliates. But every attempt made for cow-slaughter is bound to invite toughest reaction.”

    Referring to obstacles on the way to Ram Mandir construction, the VHP leader said, “There is only one way to construct Ram Mandir, and that is, as when Somnath Mandir was built, Sardar Patel had not consulted any one, nor had he sought any court’s consent. The Indian cabinet had then decided. Similarly, the Indian Parliament must make law for Ram Mandir construction, and that is only the way. BJP enjoys clear cut majority in the Lok Sabha, and thus it can easily make law in the Parliament for construction of Ram Mandir.”

    Togadia’s assertive statement on construction of Ram Mandir has come forth in such an environment when the litterateurs in large scale are protesting against functioning of Modi government, and when the communal environment of the country is not congenial.

    BJP stalwarts like Rajnath Singh, Narendra Modi and others are time and again reiterating and urging the countrymen to live by the values of peaceful co-existence and fraternal cooperation as well as love for each other, which is need of the hour.
    It is always easy to be aggressive, but it requires courage to be patient or tolerant. Certain BJP politicians are not at all hesitant to speak or act carefully in national interest. For example, on Friday morning, BJP MP Sadhvi Prachi speaking to a TV channel said,”We should do shastra-puja (worship of arms) to raise them against cow-slaughters.” When the channel was critical of her statement, she retorted,”When shastras (arms) are waved during Moharram, you do not raise any objection, why?”

    It seems that the winds of ‘zero tolerance’ must now start blowing in the hearts of countrymen for the good of the country so that the country may not become a laughing stock for the rest of the world which is looking upon India, for India is the biggest democracy of multi-culture population.

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