Varun Gandhi takes up cudgels against cow slaughter

Chaitra Pournima, Kaliyug Varsha 5112

Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh): The newly-appointed BJP national secretary, Varun Gandhi, seems to have no intentions of giving up on his Hindutva agenda. On Monday, addressing a crowd in Saharanpur — his third stoppage after Sultanpur and Bulandshahr in the past two months — the Sangh Parivar’s poster boy played a committed ‘gau‘ (cow) and Ganga bhakt (devotee).

The Pilibhit MP asked his Hindu brethren to stand up for their "samman" (honour) and "swabhiman" (self-respect), and hoped to raise "an army of one lakh Varun Gandhi clones to fulfil his wish-list".

Cow slaughter — one of the Sangh’s all-time favourite — topped Varun’s agenda during his hour-and-half long address.

Urging Hindus to rise against the "heinous act which is a punishable offence and not only a social crime" the MP questioned the prevailing silence surrounding ‘gau hatya‘.

"Why hasn’t a single case been registered so far for violation of anti-cow slaughter law," he asked.

Source: TOI

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