What happened at a flyover before Ferozepur city on Wednesday, when the Prime Minister’s cavalcade was blocked by ‘protestors’ depicts the hate that anti-Indian harbour in their heart for PM Narendra Modi. Another hateful video by an online gamer showing PM Modi killed has now caught the limelight. Seems like all these anti-Indians can go to any lengths in their blind hatred towards the Prime Minister of India.
Online gamer’s hateful video
A 20-Year-Old Punjabi YouTuber through his channel ‘Happy Goldsmith’ with 294K subscribers stooped to a new low to depict abhorrence against the man who works 20 hours a for India’s development. The online gamer through a GTA video game, showed a man wearing a turban (a Sikh Man) killing Prime Minister Narendra Modi by charging a baton at him.
A Twitter account @jvashistha1612 expressed his resentment over the video and tweeted, “Who’ll take stock of such heartless & ruthless but mindful miscreants in the name of a seditious game laced with poisoned filth? @AshwiniUpadhyay@ianuragthakur@KirenRijiju@PMOIndia.”
Who’ll take stock of such heartless & ruthless but mindful miscreants in the name of a seditious game laced with poisoned filth?@AshwiniUpadhyay @ianuragthakur@KirenRijiju @PMOIndia pic.twitter.com/5M324aUvYA
— J Vashistha🇮🇳 (@jvashistha1612) January 7, 2022
Another Twitter account named @_treeni wrote, “20-Year-Old Punjabi YouTuber depicts killing PM Modi through a GTA video game. Religious hatred for PM Modi in Punjab crosses all limits.”
20-Year-Old Punjabi YouTuber depicts killing PM Modi through a GTA video game.
Religious hatred for PM Modi in Punjab crosses all limits.
— Treeni (@_treeni) January 7, 2022
People cheering assassination attempt on PM Modi
The major security lapse in Punjab which was allegedly orchestrated by the Congress party has interestingly been cheered by many. While The Quint tried to normalise the events that took place on Wednesday, the sense of jubilation across the Congress party cadre and leadership is just too evident to ignore. For this party, the Prime Minister’s life and safety are insignificant.
Right after news of the security lapse emerged, Congress’ social media head Gaurav Pandhi broke into a fit of excitement. He said, “POWER OF PUNJAB. People of Punjab blocked all roads to Modi’s rally venue since yesterday and as a result Modi has to cancel his rally and return to Delhi.THE WRITING IS ON THE WALL FOR MODI!”
Moreover, many Punjabi singers, who were hardly having a flourishing career, have taken to releasing a series of anti-government and anti-reform songs, based almost entirely on caste supremacy. This helped galvanise Jatt support not only in Punjab against the reforms but also in Haryana, Western Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand.
From the Punjabi music industry to online gamers now, from Congress party to anti-India brigade, the entire ecosystem seems to be harbouring hatred in their heart against Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his government. It is safe to say that these elements can go to any extent to defame their own government and thus, PM Modi needs to stop being a ‘good boy’ and retaliate in order to protect India from them.