Thursday, 30 August 2012

It is a matter of great regret and shame that HJS website has been banned by the UPA ! - Mr. Narain Kataria, President, Indian American Intellectuals Forum, USA

It is a matter of great regret and shame that website has been banned by the UPA Government headed by Sonia Gandhi.  It is an atrocious and irreprehensible act which we denounce with all the might at our disposal.  This action, we believe, is actuated by the malicious design to demoralize Hindus and terrorize them into submission.  It is a flagrant violation of  the fundamental right of freedom of speech guaranteed under India’s Constitution.

It is a well known fact that Muslims create disharmony and mayhem not only in India but also all over the  world.  In the last 15 days, Hundred of Hindu houses were burnt by Bangladeshi Muslims in collusion with Assami Muslims in Assam.  In Mumbai,  1000 Muslims, armed with petrol cans and plastic bottles, hockey sticks, iron rods and bamboo sticks, vandalized The War Memorial, damaged police vans, smashed journalists’  cameras, and injured more than 55 policemen.  No serious action was taken against them.

The manner in which Jihadists acted in unison smacked of a deep-rooted conspiracy to dishearten the Hindus and create a fear psychosis in their mind. The grand plan clearly appears to be to frighten the Hindus and their political leaders into submission and prepare the ground to carve out yet another Pakistan from India

Instead of going after these anti-national jihadists, UPA government chose to ban the websites of patriotic Hindu groups who are using their democratic rights to propagate their message in accordance with the laws of the land.

Hindus should not take this injustice lying down.  For the survival of Hindu nation, it is absolutely essential that they should follow in the footsteps of  Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj and Guru Govind Singh, unite all the Hindus, capture political power at the Center,  and throw the dictatorial regime of Sonia Gandhi in the dustbin of History in 2014 elections.

Mr. Narain Kataria
Indian American Intellectuals Forum
New York, USA

1 comment:

  1. Could you not approach the court to get the ban lifted and even demand compensation for damages suffered?