Let us ponder that how Congress has started damaging secular fabric of the BharatVarsha. The Sachchar committee report was implementted and MSDS ( multi sectoral developement scheme) was launched by the Ms Maino for minorities specially Muslims. The Anti Communal Bill was in Fray after highlighting Godhra and Gujrat Riots to its core among Indian public. The 2002 Godhra train coach burning has given enough fuel to the Hindus for consolidation and other side Shree Ram Mandir issue and Gujarat riots were giving opportunities to anti nationals to prosper and design their best warfare against Nationalist. if some thing was still left the words of then PM were sufficient to fuel the fire with words like Muslims have first right to use Indian resources.
It was a mild September day in 2011, in the state of Gujarat. Modi was entertaining guests on the stage, in a public program. A mullah approached him and offered him a skull-cap; a symbol of hardcore and fundamentalist Islam, ironically offered as a symbol of ‘secularism’ to a Hindu leader.
So far nothing out of ordinary had taken place. It was the norm of Indian politics; of ‘Indian secularism’. A mullah offers a skull-cap, and the Hindu leader proudly and thankfully accepts this ‘secular’ token with obsequious humility and dons it to showcase his ‘secular’ credentials.
But then the unthinkable happened. Modi denied wearing the skull cap, the symbol of Islam in general and the very symbol of Indian ‘secularism’.
Narendra Damodardas Modi, a Hindu leader, had turned down the skull cap!
The most basic assumption of Indian secularism broke down in an instant. A prominent Hindu leader dared to publicly defy the Islamic offer of wearing a skull-cap. The most fundamental rule of ‘Indian secularism’, that every Hindu has to accept the Islamic symbols with no promise of any such gesture from the Islamic side, was broken.
It was a very small gesture, but with very great and far reaching implications. For the first time, a Hindu leader had dared to defy the secular thekedars of Indian democracy. For the first time, a Hindu leader had broken convention and defied the aggressive patronizing of Islamic leadership. For the first time, a leader had shown that Hindus too can stand up to tyranny; to bullying, and have a voice of their own, even in mainstream politics.
Here was a leader who had constantly shown spine in the face of a furious anti-Hindu onslaught by the Congress-communist eco-system, right from the aftermath of Gujarat riots to the skull-cap incident. Narendra Modi had proven that he was willing to stand up to the rights of the Hindus, under any circumstances. He had shown that he was willing to fight for them to the last mile. His turning down of the skull-cap had cemented his reputation as such a leader.
This was the moment which galvanized the Hindus. The collective Hindu psyche which had been hurt, suppressed and marginalized for centuries rose up in defiance and in defense of its leader. Until that point in independent history of India, dissent was just a dream for the Hindus. Now it had become a reality.
The suppressed, the downtrodden, and the marginalized Hindu had risen.
Jay Shree Ram!!!
Bharat Mata Ki Jay!!!