New Delhi, May 26 (KMS): Hate monger and serial hate speaker Suresh Chavhanke, editor-in-chief of Sudarshan TV, delivered yet another communal speech.
Chavhanke, who is known for giving speeches and making statements that are communal, divisive, incendiary and amount to hate speeches, with the knowledge that such incendiary remarks would have the propensity to stoke tensions inter se persons belonging to certain communities, and also would directly instigate violence, as has been happening in the recent times, pitted the Hindus against the Muslims again.
Choosing Noida, Uttar Pradesh as his hotspot this time, he raised open calls for the Hindus to keep swords on them, and raise arms against the Muslim community.
In his speech, Chavhanke has openly threatened to use force and violence against the minorities in order to make India an undivided Hindu nation. He also urged the government to change the name of the streets in Delhi and rename them to Hindu leaders. It is essential to note here that on March 19, in Maharashtra, when Aurangabad had been renamed as Sambhajinagar, Suresh Chavhanke, along with T. Raja Singh, had given hate speeches which has resulted in the rampant destruction of public property and pelting of stones. Many Islamophobic statements were made and anti-Muslim slurs were used. Notably, FIRs had also been filed against these two. And yet, Almost 2 months later, a hate speech on the similar script has been given by Chavhanke, demanding for more names to be changed, inciting the public for more violence.
“In India, elections will only take place 3 or 4 more times, for 15 years or for 20 years, elections are not an option after that,” he said.
“In the last 75 years, we have seen roads named after Babar, Humayun, etc., will these remain the same in the future? A new parliament house has been made, the names of these roads should also be changed to Maharana Pratap road, Prithviraj Chauhan road, Chhtrapati Shivaji Maharaj road, Sambhaji Maharaj road.”
“So many villages and districts still have Islami names, who will change them? Yogi changed the name to Prayagraj, giving a nod to the name changing, but people need to do it on a district level too. If you don’t change the name now, then in any case the names of the Hindu towns and villages will be changed in 20 years. So, while the time is on our side, we should make name changing an agenda.”
“Today, Akbar is taking away our daughters, what are we doing? They are breaking our temples on a daily basis. If Maharana Pratap were here, would they be able to break our temples? If Maharana Pratap were there, would there be a mosque on Mathura-Janmabhoomi. On our Mahadev mandir, we made such a big corridor, but we have not even been able to worship our Lord.”
“In Kashi, where the PM of India, the Chief Minister of the state, and many devotees like me, go to worship, do you know that it is an imitation and the real shivling is buried in Gyanvapi? Even as we celebrate the 75th year of Independence, in this Amrit Kaal, I will only think of it as complete independence when the 4.5 lakh temples that are beneath the mosques are freed.”
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