Right wing parties can never prove their patriotism but impose conditions for nationalisms on others. They are a threat to the country’s peace but declares themselves patriots. They consider all others except them as anti-nationals. They malign against Muslims, who sacrificed their lives for the freedom of the country and still today striving for the existence of brotherhood and secularism.
If we analyse the statements of the said outfits and their leaders, we can infer whether their statements show patriotism or hatred towards countrymen?
Union minister Anant Kumar Hegde used abusive language for secular minded people saying “Those claiming to be secular and progressive do not have an identity of their parents and their blood.”
Sakshi Maharaj, Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti, Giriraj Singh, Yogi Adityanath, Dayashankar Singh, Babulal Goud, Manohar Lal Khattar, Sadhvi Prachi and the likes consider themselves above the law. They divide society but claim to be nationalists. They get emboldened, as no action is taken against them. Dayashankar Singh was expelled from the party for using abusive language against BSP leader Mayawati but the expulsion was revoked after few months.
Miffed over senior doctors remaining absent from a function he was attending at a government hospital in Maharashtra, Union Minister Hansraj Ahir on Monday said “these people” should join the Naxals if they don’t believe in democracy, and the government will then shoot them down.