Major Hindu Nationalist Leader At Political Rally Tells Hindus To “Feed [Muslims] Bullets, Not Biryani”

The Bharat Jnata Party (BJP) of India is so closely tied to major Hindu racist and terrorist groups such as Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and Bajrang Dal that she is for all practical purposes the political wing of the two. Rooted in nationalism, racism, and a desire to revive the ancient Hindu caste system complete with its evils and to murder all Christians and Muslims in India, the BJP has taken a lesson from the Americans and Europeans, and so hides her intentions behind anti-immigration and anti-Islam positions. Both have been used significantly in contemporary Hindu nationalist discourse.

Right now, there is trend among nationalists to describe any Muslim who supports refugees in India- as well as for Christians too – as a “terrorist”. During a recent BJP political rally, Yogi Adityanath, who is openly supportive of the BJP and is a member of the terrorist group RSS, called for Hindus to feed Muslim “terrorists”- meaning here anybody who is a Muslim that support migration -“bullets not biryani”.

Standing before a political rally in Delhi, Yogi Adityanath, the firebrand Hindu nationalist chief minister of Uttar Pradesh known for preaching hate and violence against India’s Muslims, did not mince his words.

The thousands of women who have been gathered for two months in the Delhi suburb of Shaheen Bagh in protest against India’s new citizenship law were “terrorists”, he said.

“The protests happening at various places in Delhi are not because of the Citizenship Amendment Act,” said Adityanath, to roars from the orange-clad crowd gathered before him on Sunday. “They are happening because these people want to prevent India from becoming a global power.”

Terrorists, he added, should be fed with “bullets not biryani”.

In the weeks leading up to the Delhi state elections on Saturday, candidates for the Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata party (BJP) have been out in force. They are desperate to wrench victory from the hands of the ruling anti-corruption Aam Aadmi Party, who have had held 67 out of 70 assembly seats since the last election five years ago.

But even for the BJP, which has an openly Hindu nationalist agenda, the campaign has been one of their most brazenly anti-Muslim yet, as exemplified by the decision to bring Adityanath – one of the BJP’s most militant voices – out on the campaign trail. (source)

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