Hisar, India: Bharatiya Janata Party leader, T Raja Singh has sparked another controversy by calling for violence against minorities at an event organized by a right-wing outfit in Haryana’s Hisar.
According to Kashmir Media Service, in a video from the event, T Raja Singh raised a brazen call for violence against minorities. He is heard saying, “I will behead those who come in the way of making Bharat a Hindu Rashtra.”
He asserted that Hinduism would be protected at any cost. He declared his intention to transform India into a Hindu-majority nation, asserting that “no force can stop that from happening.” Destroying madrasas will do half the job to save Hindutva, he added.
Singh’s rhetoric took a darker turn as he threatened those who speak against Hindus, proclaiming, “Whoever speaks against Hindus, we will not spare them. I would slaughter those who want Ghazwa-e-Hind.” These comments have raised concerns about the promotion of violence and hatred.
The BJP MLA also directed his criticism towards Muslim madrasas, accusing them of imparting training in stone-pelting and other unlawful activities. He praised the actions of Assam’s Chief Minister in curbing madrasa activities in his state.