After Hijab and Halal, the southern state of Karnataka is burning due to another issue. This time the war is over legacy, the legacy of freedom fighter Veer Savarkar and Islamic tyrant Tipu Sultan. The recent clashes raises an important question, why is the left lobby so afraid of Savarkar and his legacy?
Tensions in Karnataka over Savarkar poster
On the occasion of 15th August, when the entire nation was celebrating the 75 years of independence of India, tensions broke out in Karnataka’s Shivamogga district.
As part of Independence Day celebration, a right wing group had tied Veer Savarkar’s flex to the high-mast light-pole at the Ameer Ahmed circle. To this, another group, namely Tipu Sultan Sena, objected and wanted to install a photo of Tipu Sultan.
As per media reports, a group of activist from Bajrang Dal led by BJP leader Deen Dayal erected a poster of Hindutva leader Vinayak Damodar Savarkar. After which Muslim youth gathered and insisted on erecting a Tipu Sultan banner. After tensions grew, the police had caned and chased them away.
2 Men stabbed, Sec 144 imposed
During the clashes a 20-year old man, later identified as Prem Singh, was stabbed. In the case, the four accused have been arrested so far. Section 144, that is curfew, has been imposed in both Shivamogga and Bhadravathi.
As per media reports, the Police had shot the main accused in the stabbing case when the accused tried to attack the policemen during the arrest. Another case was registered that mentioned the stabbing of Praveen Singh. The accused have been identified as Nadeem (25), Abdul Rehman (25), Tanveer, and Jabiullah.
Media reports suggest that the main issue was the poster of Veer Savarkar. It has been witnessed in the recent past, wherever there is Veer Savarkar there is a controversy. On the contrary, people perceive Tipu Sultan as the leader of the masses. Let’s get some facts correct.
First of all, where there is Veer Savarkar, there is controversy, as just his name is enough to send shivers down the spine of the Left Liberal cabal. No matter what the image of Veer Savarkar has been presented in the public domain, he is the hero of history. He fought for the civilisational history of Bharat. Savarkar was a man from whom Bhagat Singh derived inspiration.
On the contrary, Tipu Sultan, who may be hailed as the ‘secular’ ruler of Mysore who fought against the British, was the most ruthless Islamic invader in South India.
Now, India is identifying its rulers correctly and that is the reason why the Nehru lobby is having sleepless nights.
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