#SayNoToPseudoSecularism as Hindus demand removal of word ‘Secular’ from the Constitution !

When India got freedom and adopted Indian Constitution in 1950, the word ‘Secular’ was not included in the Constitution. It was inserted in Indian Constitution by the then PM Indira Gandhi in 1976 using sheer majority in the Parliament. There is no clear definition of this word ‘Secular’, and hence today it has become an equation that Secularism means Dharmanirapekshata. Because of this, appeasement of so-called minorities and suppression of Hindus has been going on from last so many years.

Today concerned Hindus took to Twitter to protest against pseudo-secularism that is destroying Hindu culture and suppressing Hindu society. Many started tweeting with hashtag #SayNoToPseudoSecularism and soon this became one of the top 10 national trends on Twitter in India. The trend was on 2nd spot for few hours. More than 1,15,000 tweets were tweeted using the said hashtag.

Signature Campaign : Amend the Indian Constitution to remove the word ‘Secular’ from preamble !

Let’s have a look at some the tweets from this trend :

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