Exposing an ‘anti-national’ and ‘anti-Hindu’ Rajdeep Sardesai. Beware of this barking mad dog attacked with Hinduphobia.
~ Upananda Brahmachari.
HENB | New Delhi | February 20, 2016:: He is no more a ‘proud Hindu’ within few hours with a unique somersault after publishing his moronic musing as “I am proud to be ‘anti-national’, says ‘proud Hindu’ Rajdeep Sardesai” in Hindustan Times dated Feb 20, 2016.
Some of my friends noticed the filthy attempt of Sardesai, the branded ‘anti-Hindu’, ‘anti-Sangha Parivar’ and ‘anti-Modi’ journalist for extending his support to the JNU culprits for ‘glorifying Afzal Guru and demanding Azad Kashmir’, in a very twisted manner of vilifying Hindutva by taking a Hindu name.
In his article Sardesai wrote, “Yes, I am anti-national because while I am a proud Hindu who wakes up to the Gayatri mantra, I also like a well done beef steak, which, according to BJP minister Mukhtar Naqvi, is a treasonous act, enough to pack me off to Pakistan. I celebrate the rich diversity of my country through food: Korma on Eid, pork sorpotel with my Catholic neighbours in Goa during Christmas and shrikhand during Diwali is my preferred diet. The right to food of my choice is again a freedom which I cherish and am unwilling to cede.”
Stuck by such type of gibberish full of mala fide intention of portraying Hindutva in a very mischievous way, my Hindu friends started ringing both to Sardesai and HT for a clarification of it. Within some hours they changed the article headline editing it as “I am proud to be ‘anti-national’, says Rajdeep Sardesai”. But, the content remains the same.
We don’t know anything about the linkage of ISI with Sardesai. But, he is well exposed as ‘anti-national’ once again with his veiled support to the secessionists in JNU and the subversive forces of Azad Kashmir emerged in the JNU campus. And this Rajdeep ‘anti-National’ Sardesai cannot be a ‘proud Hindu’. Each and every ‘proud’ and ‘nationalist’ Hindus of this country are pained with the dereliction of the duties of a section of citizens in JNU campus and in some other venues like JU and UoH and obviously with their culpable attempts to attack the unity, integrity and sovereignty of this country. And all these dangerous attempts in the University campuses are tried for a beatification with the provision of Art. 19 of Indian Constitution and in the name of ‘freedom of speech and expression’!
Rajdeep ‘anti-National’ Sardesai also took the tool of Art. 19 in his article by saying, “Yes, I am anti-national because I believe in an expanded definition of the right to free speech as spelt out in Article 19 of the Constitution.” But, Sardesai could not understand the meaning of the concerned Article 19 as well.
It goes as below:
Article 19. Protection of certain rights regarding freedom of speech etc.
(1) All citizens shall have the right
(a) to freedom of speech and expression;
(b) to assemble peaceably and without arms;
(c) to form associations or unions;
(d) to move freely throughout the territory of India;
(e) to reside and settle in any part of the territory of India; and
(g) to practise any profession, or to carry on any occupation, trade or business
But, Sardesai missed its Clause (2) and (3) in which these are categorically said:
(2) Nothing in sub clause (a) of clause ( 1 ) shall affect the operation of any existing law, or prevent the State from making any law, in so far as such law imposes reasonable restrictions on the exercise of the right conferred by the said sub clause in the interests of the sovereignty and integrity of India, the security of the State, friendly relations with foreign States, public order, decency or morality or in relation to contempt of court, defamation or incitement to an offence.
(3) Nothing in sub clause (b) of the said clause shall affect the operation of any existing law in so far as it imposes, or prevent the State from making any law imposing, in the interests of the sovereignty and integrity of India or public order, reasonable restrictions on the exercise of the right conferred by the said sub clause.
So, the slogans like, “Bharat ki barbadi tak jang rahegi jari” (The war will continue till the destruction of India, “Afzal hum sharminada hai, tere katil zinda hai” (Afzal we are shamed as your killers are still alive), “Bharat ko ragda, le ragda” (thrash India, keep thrashing) are not and never permissible under Art. 19 of the constitution of India, however all attempts of Sardesai to uphold JNU activities on Feb 9th and on wards.
Parroting of Sardesai is shameful. In his blatant act favoring the hoodlums in JNU like Kanhaiya, Lenin and Umar Khalid in the same voice of them, Sardesai enriched his article by saying, “Would we then by extension also suggest that the Hindu Mahasabha, which even today glorifies Nathuram Godse every January 30, even as the rest of India mourns the Mahatma, is an anti-national organisation?” or by articulating, “Yes, I am anti-national because in a plural democracy I believe we must have a dialogue with Kashmiri separatists as we must with those in the North-East who seek autonomy. I will listen to student protestors in Srinagar or Imphal as I will to those in an FTII or a JNU.”
We know the pain of Rajdeep ‘anti-National’ Sardesai as he is compelled to see Kashmir, Mizoram and Nagaland are still within the boundaries of India. He must not forget that a great extent of Kashmir’s Indinization was made on the life sacrifice of Dr Shyamaprsad Mookerjee who was a leader of Akhil Bhartiya Hindu Mahasabha and Jansangh both.
The members of Hindu Mahasabha is not talking only for the National unity and integrity, they also demand a unified Bharat (Akhand Bharat) as before partition. Hindu Mahasabha always protested the division of India. Sardesai never hard that a Hindu Mahasabha activist raise a slogan that they want the autonomy of Uttar Pradesh as it is a Hindu majority province or for Hindu autonomy in Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Orissa, Bihar, Bengal and all other Hindu majority provinces. But, He tried to blemish the Hindu Mahasabha in the same category of fanatic Muslims and Christians who want autonomy for a Muslim Kashmir and Christian Nagaland and Mizoram.
Murder of Mohondas Gandhi was an end point of intolerance felt by a section of majority people traumatized under severe Muslim appeasement and Pak favouritism. Nobody liked the killing of Gandhi, but it was a blink of Indian history that once Gandhi leveled Dhingra, Sukhdev, Rajguru and Bhagat Singh as terrorists and Gandhi was killed under an act of terror. Nathuram found guilty in the court of justice and finally hanged accordingly. Did any Hindu Mahasabha activist make any attempt to defame the judiciary of India for that? But, for hanging of Afzal Guru and Yakub Memon, the Indian Judiciary has been challenged by a band of anti national people including Sardesai!
The role and intention of Rajdeep Sardesai are very clear. As an umpire of this national and anti-national match, Sardesai’s benefit of doubt always goes to those people who want to see the nationalism is India is defeated and Kashmir, Nagaland and Mizoram are free and not within India! So. Sardesai is appeared in the field to attack the national side by hook or crook.
In a very elusive manner Sardesai attacked both Hindu and Sikhs to brand them as seditious people like the Pak agents of JNU, JU and UoH.
Sardesai wanted his article as viral by saying, “the slogan of the Ram Janmabhoomi movement ‘Jo Hindu hit kee baat karega vahi desh pe raj karega’, which openly calls for a Hindu Rashtra, to be seen as violative of the law or not and does it spread enmity among communities? Is ‘Raaj karega khalsa’, the slogan of the Khalistanis, to be seen as seditious or not?”
This crooked person has heard several times, ‘Jo Gariv-Kisanon kee baat karega vahi desh pe raj karega’ or Jo mazdooron kee baat karega vahi desh pe raj karega’. But, Sardeshai has no problem with the poor, peasant or worker section of people, but only with the Hindus! Why is this problem? The answer is very simple. Sardesai’s mind is set all out for reservation and appeasement for the minority Muslims and Christians and not for the well being of majority Hindus at all. Sardesai may think that majority Hindus are the scared animals of sacrifice so that Sardesai and his fellow men can enjoy some ‘Hindusteak’ like his favourite ‘beefsteak’.
Actually, it is a big exposure of an anti-national Sardesai that even he branded ‘Raaj karega khalsa’ as seditious too. Shame for this attempt to tarnish the height of ‘Khalsa Panth’ which was the spearhead of nationalism of Sikh wars against the barbaric Mughals and the foreign rulers with their Arabic fanaticism and British perpetration. Some hijacking of the slogan ‘Raaj karega khalsa’ by the Khalisatnis should not be the symbol of any separatism. The attempt of Sardesai to draw a picture of violative Hindus and Sikhs in general like the increasing Pak ans IS supporters in India is brazen but grossly futile.
Now, it is not very difficult to understand why the fundamentalism in India is growing so fast! It is obviously as the so-called secular like Sardesai and Co. is dangerously promoting the Jehadi, Evangelic and Ultra-Leftist operators in India in the name of various rights including the rights of expression and freedom of speech.
The intention of Rajdeep Sardesai is very clear and he is actively rendering his holy (Pak) duties for breaking India instead of uniting it.
He is exposed enough as a great ‘anti-national’ and most ‘anti-Hindu’ element in present time.
His listening Gayatri mantra in the morning is nothing but a mockery when he desires beefsteak in his breakfast immediate next. Such types of Hindus are most harmful than anybody.
Everybody must beware of this barking mad dog.
Courtesy: Shivani Dani | Link and Screenshot from HT |Daily O|Hindu Existence