Shocking : Cruel Mughal invader ‘Aurangzeb’ glorified as ‘Sufi Saint’ by NCP

Chaitra Krushnapaksha 14, Kaliyug Varsha 5115

Following is the photo of members of Minority Cell of Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) and others agitating with demand to change the title of upcoming film 'Aurangzeb'. This photo is from Sambhajinagar (also known as 'Aurangabad') in Maharashtra.

Hindus should note the text printed on the banner behind the agitating members of NCP and others. The text glorifies cruel Mughal invader Aurangzeb as 'Sufi Saint' and it also says that 'We will not tolerate any insult or attempt to mar the fame of Sufi Saint Alamgir Badshah Aurangzeb'. The banner also demands that 'The title of forthcoming Hindi movie 'Aurangzeb' should be changed and also controversial statements from the movie should be removed'.

The whole world knows the cruelty of Mughal invader 'Aurangzeb' through historical evidences. He tortured Hindu king Sambhaji Maharaj for 35 days in the most brutal and inhuman manner. He also imposed 'Jaziya' tax on Hindus. He destroyed thousands of temples in Bharat which included Kashi Vishwanath Mandir in Kashi (Varanasi) and Shri Krishna Mandir in Mathura. Even after knowing the history of Hindu-hater Aurangzeb, the fanatics in NCP's minority cell are glorifying 'Aurangzeb' as a 'Sufi Saint'.

One thing Hindus should also learn from this – Muslims come together to protest even against insult of cruel and fanatic Mughal invader 'Aurangzeb', but how many Hindus take to streets to protest against the repeated denigration of Hindu Deities, Sages and Hindu Dharma going on through movies, paintings, pictures, plays and advertisements ?

O Hindus, wake up now ! At least unite to stop denigration of Hindu Deities and Hindu Dharma and also to protest against fanatics like members of NCP's minority cell and others who are glorifying cruel Mughal invader 'Aurangzeb' as a Saint !

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