What do you know about Maharana Pratap? He was the gallantry warrior who defeated Akbar’s army in the Battle of Haldighati in 1576. He was the pride of Rajasthan and the state was known as the land of the brave. However, centuries after this period, Rajasthan has now become a living hell for Hindus. Let me tell you how?
Communal violence in Karauli
A communal tension broke out in Rajasthan’s Karauli when a motorcycle rally, to celebrate Nav Samvatsar, the first day of the new year under the Hindu calendar, was passing through a Muslim dominated area. The violence took place following the stone-pelting at the motorcycle rally on Saturday.
According to the police, the incident led to the arson of shops and vehicles. ADG Administration and Law and Order, Hawa Singh Ghumaria, reported, “Hindu outfits were taking out a religious bike rally on the occasion of Hindu new year today evening. While the procession reached near a mosque, some miscreants pelted stones on them. This resulted in stone pelting and arson by the other side too in which a few two-wheelers and shops were torched. The situation is under control now and a large number of police personnel have been deployed.”
“More than 20 people sustained injuries. Most of the injuries are minor in nature. One person sustained injuries in the head and has been referred to Jaipur in a critical condition. We have rounded up two dozen people and curfew has been imposed in the area,” Ghumaria added.
Former Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje stated that “Had the administration taken caution before the rally, the incident could have been avoided.”
Meanwhile, State BJP president Satish Poonia slammed the government saying the incident is a result of Congress’s policy of ‘appeasement’.
Gehlot Government’s anti-Hindu policies
Earlier in March, ‘Ram Darbar’ the entry gate of the famous Salasar temple in the Churu district of Rajasthan was demolished by the Gehlot government. The act can be seen in the video where the statutes of Bhagwan Ram, Sita and Laxman were installed.
BJP Rajasthan has called the demolition at night a ‘Nocturnal act’. “In the night, the Gehlot government ran a bulldozer on the idols of Lord Ram and his court. Gehlot Ji, we will not forget…”, said BJP.
Read more: What is happening in Gehlot’s Rajasthan?
Section 144 of IPC was also imposed in Kota (Rajasthan) from March 22 to April 21, in view of maintaining ‘law & order’ with the screening of ‘The Kashmir Files’, said an order released by Kota District Collector.
The anti-Hindu agenda can be seen in the act of the Gehlot Government. The demolition of ‘Ram Darbar’ the entry gate of the famous Salasar temple and stopping people from watching the ‘movie’ through the imposition of section 144 reflect his anti-Hindu policies.
Anti-Hindu instances are at the peak
A government teacher in Rajasthan was on a committed mission to turn innocent children against Hindus and Sanatan Dharma. The teacher, who has reportedly now been sacked from her post, was indoctrinating students against Hinduism using a book called “Hinduism: Dharma Ya Kalank”. The title of the book roughly translates into “Hinduism: Religion or Abomination”. This book was being taught to students forcefully by a teacher named Nirmala Kamad at Roopura Village of Bhilwara district in Rajasthan.
The rise in the number of anti-Hindus activities from the Abrahamic communities, as well as activities of the state government that specifically hurt the sentiments of Hindus has made it amply clear that the state that once the land of the brave is now turning into hell for Hindus.