Stone Pelting at Ramnavmi Yatra: Blacked-out from Media
This is a story which most of you might have missed because a major section of hypocrite mainstream media and the deeply sickular journo didn’t have shame in their eyes to cover it as enthusiastically as they often do in opposite scenarios. This is because, this case relates to the stone pelting at Ramnavmi Yatra by some Muslim religious fanatics and not the vice-versa. Yes, the story is that when rest of the country was peacefully celebrating Ramnavami yesterday, one of the most auspicious festivals of Hindus, a group of religiously bigoted Muslims started hurling stones at peaceful ‘Ramnavami Yatra’ in two separate incidents in Gopalganj and Siwan districts of Bihar.
Stone Pelting at Ramnavmi Yatra: The First Incident
In the first incident, when a peaceful ‘Ramnavami Yatra’ was passing through Meerganj Nagar Panchayat area under Meerganj Police station in Gopalganj district of Bihar, some Muslims zealots started pelting stones at the peaceful religious procession. The scuffle, as per the regional media reports, started because of the DJ being played during the procession upon which some bigoted Muslims of the locality had objection. They asked devotees to stop playing music because this was their prayer’s time in mosque. This scuffle soon turned into pelting of stones on the peaceful religious procession by some Muslim fanatics. Isn’t it an extreme irony and the height of hypocrisy that the same Muslim community who pray to their almighty five times a day through loudspeakers atop their mosque, including in the middle of the popular busy towns of the country, were hindering Hindus by asking them to refrain using DJ for a particular auspicious day of their Sanatan Dharma? Shouldn’t the rights and obligations be same for the each side? If not, where is the religious tolerance of the religion of piece, then?
Stone Pelting at Ramnavmi Yatra: The Second Incident
In another similar incident in Siwan district of Bihar, when a peaceful ‘Ramnavami Yatra’ was passing through ‘Kila Maidan’, stones were hurled at it by a strong religious intolerant crowd of Muslim zealots. Police had to fire several rounds in the air to disperse the religiously fanatic miscreants. As per initial report, 10 people were injured in the melee, leaving one of them seriously injured. The Police have said that, “The scuffle started when the ‘Ramnavami Yatra’ was attacked with stones in Bari Majid locality. Stone pelting continued as the procession moved towards ‘Kagzi Mohalla’. The stones were hurled at the religious procession from the roof atop.” Later on, the Police had to escort the procession to its destination. Heavy Police force had to be deployed on both these places to bring the situation under control.
Stone Pelting at Ramnavmi Yatra: Hindus an easy target
These incidents depict that how difficult it is becoming day by day for the Hindus in India to profess their religious practices and beliefs and how the self-styled secular champions and extremely hypocrite mainstream media turn a national eye towards these extremely worrisome trends. These all happened in a state ruled by the deeply casteists but self-defined secular patrons, who had joined their hands in a rare spirit of camaraderie to enter into a ‘Political live-in relationship’ with each other to stop the so-called communal force of BJP to hold the sway in Bihar. Where is Mr. Nitish Kumar now, the torchbearer of secularism? Will he condemn the abominable and the criminal act of stone-pelting on a peaceful religious procession? I doubt that he has guts to do so for the obvious reason of minority appeasement. It is futile to expect anything at all from his ‘Political live-in-relationship partner’ Mr. Lalu Prasad Yadav who may even go to the extent of finding some casteists angle in these incidents as well.
Stone Pelting at Ramnavmi Yatra: Intolerance, anyone?
Now, imagine these incidents with a complete opposite set of facts. Had a Muslim religious procession been attacked in a similar manner, more particularly in a state ruled by BJP, do you expect that the aftermath circumstances would have been as calm as it is now? The answer is a resounding ‘No’. The entire plaster saints of mainstream media would have raced among themselves to reach to the spots first and would have done the non-stop live coverage of the incidents. The studio-debates on increasing intolerance would have been restarted. The ‘Award Wapsi Brigade’ would have reassumed their paid hypocritical deeds of selective outrage. Ravish Kumar, apart from conducting several ‘Prime-Time-Debates’ on NDTV, would have written numerous blogs on how religious minorities are being persecuted by the majority Hindus, and how they are being denied of their basic religious freedom in this Indian state of ‘Hindu Taliban’.
A sickular woman journalist (by her own admission) who doesn’t loose any opportunity of Hindus bashing even on the international podium, would have written an ‘Open Letter’ to the Prime Minister of India expressing her concerns over the attacks on religious rights of the minorities and how horrible she feels about it and yes side by side, she would have never forgotten to portray her patriotism by producing certificate of how proudly she covered Kargil war. An anti-national male journalist (by his own admission) would have cried foul in his disgusting voice in TV studio debating everything nonsense but the issue. He would have simultaneously written an ‘Open Letter’ to the concerned Chief Minister, like he did few months before to Mr. Devendra Fadnavis of Maharashtra in which apart from the main issue he would have also mentioned how he loves to have ‘beef-steaks’ after listening ‘Gayatri Mantra’.
His wife, apart from accompanying his husband on twitter, would have started writing blogs after blogs in ‘Times of India’. Some ‘atheists’ for Hinduism and religious for all the other religions, of LSE, Harvard, Yale and Oxford would have signed the ‘Solidarity statement’ in support of the attacked ‘religious’ procession and many more such things would have been happened which I am even unable to imagine at this moment.
Dear friends, many people think that the Government is a loser in all these nationalism and secularism debate, but let me tell you, I don’t feel so at all. For the time being, it may falsely appear to be looser but in reality it is not. The silent-majority of this nation is seriously watching this pseudo-secularists’ drama. The first time in the history of India, the hidden hypocrites are coming out in the open with their dangerous intention and anti-India sentiments. The anti-national elements have been forced to unmask themselves after many such incidents including JNU and NIT Srinagar. The anti-India sentiment holders are proudly claiming themselves to be ‘anti-national’ by writing blogs. The ‘Open Letter’ is being written to the Prime Minister in the name of ‘sickular presstitute woman journalist’. Have you heard all these things and terms before? I never did. So, in my opinion these pseudo secularists and fake journalists are indeed strengthening the grounds for the future of the party in present at the centre, whom they so passionately oppose.