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‘Congress, Left’s secularism is euphemism for hating Hindutva’: Murli Manohar Joshi

According to Murli Manohar Joshi, people of India had dumped Congress and Left parties at the 'dustbin of history' because they were playing a 'devious game' of propagating hatred against Hindutva.

By: PTI | Bengaluru | Published: June 26, 2016 10:29:14 am
Murli Manohar Joshi, Murli Manohar Joshi Congress, Murli Manohar Joshi Left parties, Congress and Left secularism, Secularism means hating hindutva, hindutva forces, hindutva ideology, secularism vs hindutva, bengaluru news, india news Senior BJP leader Murli Manohar Joshi was addressing a meeting in Bengaluru when he said that the secularism practiced by Congress and Left parties indulged in propagating Hindutva. (Source: File photo)

Former Union Minister and senior BJP leader Murali Manohar Joshi alleged on Saturday that secularism as practiced by Congress and Left parties was “nothing but an euphemism for hating Hindutva”.

“Secularism being practiced by Congress and Leftists is nothing but an euphemism for hating Hindutva. People of India have seen through this devious game of Congress as well as the Leftists and realised they were taken for a ride,” he said.

The people had rightly dumped them “at the dustbin of history”, he said addressing a public meeting organised by the party unit of the Bangalore Urban district in Bengaluru.

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The meeting was held in remembrance of the 63rd martyrdom of Jan Sangh founder Shyama Prasad Mukherjee.

Joshi, who was a minister in Vajpayee government, stressed the need for a thorough debate on issues of nationalism and secularism. He said that pseudo-secularism has thrived at the cost of genuine, positive secularism for the last several decades.

He alleged that the concept and definition of nationalism had also been twisted and distorted — as secularism — to suit the needs of pseudo-secular and communal forces.

Joshi said the Jan Sangh founder’s martyrdom was on the issue of what constitutes nationalism and what represents secularism.

“This needs to be further debated to bring in clarity and settle the issue of secularism once and for all,” he said.

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