Not a ‘Farmer’s Agitation’ but a ‘war’ against country ! : Suresh Chavanke, MD, Sudarshan TV

Special seminar on ‘Farmers’ Agitation or Anti-national conspiracy ?’

‘An agitation for the farmers was held on the streets and the Government and the Police could do nothing. The Court also only sent overseers and left everything to the Police and even the Police could not counter the protesters. The swords and other weapons were used, anti-national slogans were raised in the agitation. This is not an agitation but war was initiated against the country. It is not being termed a war but a ‘democratic agitation’ ! Everything which occurred in the agitation can be called immoral and against the law ? However, the participants have made it look like it was within the framework of the law. This agitation has abused Democracy in the country’, said clearly the Editor-in-Chief and President of Sudarshan Vahini, Shri. Suresh Chavanke. He was speaking at a special webinar ‘Farmers’ Agitation or Anti-national conspiracy ?’ organised by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti under the programme ‘Charcha Hindu Rashtra Ki’. The programme was viewed by 34,000 people on YouTube Live and Facebook.

A well-known author and editor of ‘Manushi’ magazine Prof. Madhu Purnima Kishwar said on this occasion, “After the country attained the Independence, various Governments as well as society have given free rein to the Left, Islamist groups to legislate laws as desired by the foreign donors. They are now accustomed to the fact that no new law will be enacted without their permission. It is a pity that even the Law Ministry does not have the courage to go against them. On the other hand, even though India is a Hindu-majority country, the Government also acts against Hindus, as is clear from many examples. At present, only the leaders who are born Hindus are spreading poison against Hindus in the country and inequality in society. If this continues, how long will our Hindu society survive ?”

On the occasion, the National Spokesperson of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti Shri. Ramesh Shinde said, “Given the reality of what happened during the farmers’ agitation, this is not merely an ensuing crisis, but a crisis that has come to our doorstep across the country’s capital on Republic Day by crossing all the borders. Books of Khalistanis and liquor were distributed in this farmers’ agitation. Who is providing all this ? Why it is realised late when we have all the mechanisms ? It is being propagated by some politicians, especially leftist leaders and so-called thinkers that it is the farmers who will talk about the farmers’ movement,. Were they real farmers ? So why do these leaders who do not believe in Hindutva talk about Hindu thinkers ? There is a need to make the Hindu community aware of the propaganda going on in the country. It should be noted that the ideology of Hindu Rashtra is the answer to all questions”.

The Coordinator of ‘Indic Academy’ in Agra, Shri. Vikas Saraswat said, “The ongoing Farmers’ agitation’ is becoming an ‘Agitation’ under the name of Agitation. The agitation was carried out by pelting stones, beating the Police and damaging the country’s property without stressing on any specific point such as ‘CAA-NRC’. The agitation held on 26th January was not a ‘rebellion’, but a ‘treason’. It is unfortunate that the groups involved in this movement are being used for different purposes”.

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