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  • ahmedsohail siddiqui
    May 23 7:39 PM

      The Sangh Parivar weeklies call the BJP’s electoral mandate the crossing of a crucial milestone on the path of "national reconstruction" i.e. converting Muslim citizens faith to Idol worshipping and Hindu way of life.
      [Bismillahnews.in-24-05-14-New Delhi-Sohail Siddiqui] The cat is out of the bag - Mandate MODI "victory mission" Cultural Nationalism - meaning converting Muslims of India to worship Hindu Idols and way of life, next five years Agenda of Sangh for MODI SARKAR.
      Bismillahnews.in had two months earlier reported extensively and exlusively on the subject. http://www.bismillahnews.in/?page_id=1419
      An Urdu Journalist Shahid Siddiqui went to Indonesia to educate himself about Advani’s cultural Nationalism often preached to Indian Muslims by giving example of Indonesian Muslims that how they worship Ram as a National hero, despite Indonesia being a Muslim country.The gentleman is so charged up since his return from sponsored Bali visit that his tweets on twitters can put to shame even the Tarun Vijays on embedding Hindutva - "I met one guy Rama Mohammad and a Muslim girl called Sita. They spell it as Sinta. ".We cannot reproduce all the tweets by Mr.Siddiqui, he continued tweeting pictures of various temples of Hindu mythological Gods, though his game was caught by aware non Muslim followers checking him that he stop his secular political drama as his knowledge is little on Hindu religion.
      Mr. Siddiqui had tweeted that Bali has a beautiful statue of Hindu God "Ghatotkatch" to which he was confronted that the Hindu God which he has mentioned is not a God but son of Bheem a mythological character in Mahabharat, later on all his retweets of BJP National Dynastic treasurer Piyush Goyal and Bengali Guru of Modi Kanchan Gupta expose his loyalty to his roots which he now defines in Hindu/Indian culture,his advice in subsequent tweets to all is to emulate Indonesian Muslims, hiding the fact that he has been emulating them from last 40 years since he married a Bengali Hindu Brahmin and has been visiting Durga puja pandals regularly, only to discard his Hindu wife by remarrying this time a Muslim employee in his marketing staff half his age.His post Bali trip twitting indicates that he has politically returned to his first wife now discarding the second one.
      Not only this he has certainly put to shame every Muslim in India by even having a Mandir at his bedside.
      The Sangh Parivar weeklies call the BJP’s electoral mandate the crossing of a crucial milestone on the path of national reconstruction.
      The Sangh Parivar weeklies call the BJP’s electoral mandate the crossing of a crucial milestone on the path of national reconstruction. “With the first task… over, the real mission is to ensure execution of national reconstruction. BJP is not like any other political party. It is in politics for a larger mission of building powerful and prosperous (sic) with strong foundation of cultural nationalism,” declares the cover story in the Organiser.
      While the editorial in Panchjanya sees the BJP’s mandate as the arrival of “spring”, the Organiser editorial suggests the application of the spirit behind the “Congress Free India” slogan: “The slogans of ‘Congress Free India’ and Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas have specific complementary connotations. Making Congress-free India does not mean eliminating all the Congressmen but eliminating the dynastic, divisive and detrimental (sic) to development politics…”
      The cover stories decoding the mandate in both weeklies inadvertently expose the geographical limitations of the mandate. Region-wise Lok Sabha victories suggest the NDA has not been able to make much inroad into eastern India.
      Both weeklies also underscore the waning influence of the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty in national politics, while highlighting the ascendance of saffron politics. “Having dominated politics in the world’s largest democracy, Congress’s worst performance and humiliating defeat in the 16th Lok Sabha election is a stinging slap for India’s first family. It not only reflects that the reverence for the Gandhi family is ebbing, it also indicates that the Congress party is facing decline,” claims an article in the Organiser.
      “It was an irony then that Rahul Gandhi, who was to lead the Congress party during the election campaign, had to finally call his sister Priyanka to campaign in Amethi and preserve the family honour,” underlines the report, to suggest that “In changing times, gen-x which at the blink of an eye replaces cars and mobile handsets in its search for advancements, can also bring in a desirable change by using their right to vote and such a change should be gracefully accepted as part and parcel of democracy by the first family of India”.
      With the BJP’s victory being credited to the active participation of RSS cadres, both weeklies have carried articles suggesting the RSS neither believes in “hero worship” nor exercises “remote control” over the BJP. An article by ideologue M.G. Vaidya, in both publications, rejects suggestions of the RSS encouraging Narendra Modi’s hero worship, but justifies Modi’s larger-than-life projection for the elections: “RSS adopted a style that never had any place for hero-worship, and the organisation has never practised personality cult,” Vaidya argues, and adds, “I wish to state that an election is a special occasion. It needs an icon to attract voters and Narendra Modi is that icon. And choosing him has proved fruitful”.
      An accompanying article justifies top BJP leaders calling on the RSS top brass to apprise them of the work after the elections: “There is nothing wrong in Narendra Modi and Rajnath Singh apprising the Sangh… There must be and should be a sense of responsibility… The responsibility is threefold. After election, they are firstly responsible to Parliament. Fulfilling expectations of people is the second… and third responsibility is towards nation. Sangh represents this nation,” argues the article, contrasting its influence on the BJP with the Gandhi family’s control over the UPA government: “Sonia Gandhi’s remote control has been extra-constitutional and therefore detrimental to democracy… crushing the national pride and creating a colonial mindset…”
      Ahmed Sohail Siddiqui
      Chief Editor, www.bismillahnews.in

      Ahmed Sohail Siddiqui
      Chief Editor, www.bismillahnews.in