RSS ideologue Rakesh Sinha on Monday dubbed the mass exodus of Hindu families from Kairana village of Uttar Pradesh’s Shamli district as a manifestation of ‘anti-Hindu’ ideology, which had led to nation’s separation in 1947
Expressing shock and concern at the exodus of Hindu families, Sinha said it was the remnant of Pakistan’s founder Mohammed Ali Jinnah’s ‘ideology’ which had led to such a situation.
“The incident of Kairana is shocking and I think any intervention would be welcomed to rehabilitate Hindu’s there. It is not only the question of rehabilitation but also fighting the mindset of Jinnah. It is a vestige of Jinnah which is creating such a situation. It is this ideology which parted the country in 1947,” Sinha told ANI in New Delhi.
“Kairana is becoming Kashmir. We cannot tolerate that Hindu are being forced to migrate. It is not communalism it is anti Hindu mindset which is acting,” he added.
BJP legislator and Muzaffarnagar riots accused Hukum Singh had earlier reportedly said that Hindus were being forced to leave their homes in the Muslim-majority town.
According to reports, the police have ordered a probe into the alleged migration after Singh presented a list of 346 families from the Muslim-majority town, claiming they had to leave their homes after attacks and extortion attempts.