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Singhal threatens to repeat Gujarat
By Obaid Nasir

"Gujarat has shown us the way. Its 
message will be spread all over the 
country", said Ashok Singhal. 


Our constitution may have ensured equal rights to all citizens but our present-day rulers have blatantly adopted a double-standard policy. This was evident when Noman Badra, the state general secretary of the banned Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) and a research scholar at Aligarh Muslim University, was arrested from Charbagh railway station.

He was allegedly distributing objectionable literature among Musims passing through the station. The literature that was seized contains 350 copies of the magazine "Tameer-e-Millat" and 250 copies of magazine "Witness" and some other religious material including Qunoot-e Nazla, a floppy, pocket diary and a mobile phone. All these documents are said to be highlighting Gujarat carnage and urging the Muslims to offer Qunoot-e Nazla, a special prayer when Muslims are usually subjected to violence and atrocities which is in no way illegal or anti national.

The same day international working president of Vishwa Hindu Parishad, Ashok Singhal released the special number on Ram Janam Bhoomi published by Vishwa Samwad Kendra an organisation that has specialised in publishing highly objectionable and provocative special numbers of its magazines.

Using the occasion to spread the message of hate and spitting venom against anti saffron brigade section of the society Ashok Singhal glorified the Guajarat carnage and termed it "as a beffitting reply to what has been perpetrated on the Hindus in the last one thousand years."
"Gujarat has shown us the way and our journey of victory would begin from and end on the same path .The VHP will take the Gujarat message to other parts of the country and prepare the Hindus for self defence to meet Godhara like eventualities" asserted Ashok Singhal. He said that the situation prevailing in Gujarat was a fallout of the temple movement and the period would be remembered as an era of Hindu awakening .Singhal said that the Godhara incident was a well planned strategy hatched by Inter Services Intelligence(ISI) of Pakistan and Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI).

The callous, unscrupulous Ashok Singhal was not only justifying the Gujarat brutalities but was also threatening to spread it in other parts of the country. He was openly advising Hindus not to be moved by the slogan: "Hindu-Muslim Bhai Bhai" .This remind this correspondent the infamous speech of Sadhwi Rithambra in Ayodhya during the peak of Mandir movement Jo apni bahen ke bhai nahin woh hamre bhai kya honge (Those who are not the brother of their sisters how they could be our brothers) hinting towards the Islamic tradition of marrying with cousins.
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