Udhayanidhi Stalin must be booked for hate speech – Anand Jakhotia, HJS

Mr. Anand Jakhotia

Hindu haters should remember that the ancient Sanatan Dharma has survived the Mughal and British onslaught! – Editor

Mumbai: In recent times, Hindus have been targeted and booked for alleged hate speech. The Supreme Court has also issued directives to book people for hate speech. Therefore, the hon’ble Supreme Court should take cognisance of Udhayanidhi Stalin’s antiHindu diatribe and book him for hate speech, demanded Anand Jakhotia, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti spokesperson. He was a panelist on the Lakshavedhi program titled ‘Udhayanidhi bolala, agenda ughada padla’ (Udhayanidhi’s agenda out in the open) on Jai Maharashtra channel. BJP spokesperson Ganesh Khankar and Congress spokesperson Gopal Tiwari were the other panelists in the discussion anchored by Prasad Kathe.

Mr Jakhotia said, “Hindu society will not tolerate such statements. Even after the invasions of Mughals and British, this ancient Sanatan Dharma survived. Great men like Adi Shankaracharya, Swami Vivekananda etc. taught philosophy to the world. Hindus will show Udhayanidhi his place for his hateful remarks about Dharma. There is a global conspiracy to defame Hindu Dharma and it is being seen in India too. Udhayanidhi’s company is involved in the distribution of ‘Jawaan’. Therefore, the Hindu society will show their opposition by boycotting this film.”

BJP spokesperson Ganesh Khankar said, ‘Udhayanidhi is a minister in the Tamil Nadu government. Defamation of Hinduism by a person holding a constitutional post is condemnable. Udhayanidhi’s statement is the reflection of the government there’.

Congress spokesperson Gopal Tiwari said, “Although Udhayanidhi is a party of the INDI Alliance, he is not a member of our party. The INDI Alliance. We do not agree with Udayanidhi’s statement. We have expressed our displeasure with it.”

Anchor Mahesh Kathe ended the program question, ‘How many more days will Hindus tolerate such things under the guise of tolerance?’

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