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Congress abusing Savarkar

Ajaz Ashraf, of The Scroll, with his WRONG interpretation about a freedom fighter, says Savarkar justified the idea of rape as a political tool

Savarkar quotes Ravana saying, “What? To abduct and rape the womenfolk of the enemy, do you call it irreligious? It is Parodharmah, the greatest duty!” The actual text quotes in Sanskrit as राक्षसांनां परो; धर्म: परदारा विघर्षणम् However, what the Scroll writer conveniently ignores is “राक्षसांनां”. According to the quoted statement, it’s the duty of a demon/monster.

Why leftists hesitate to appropriate Veer Savarkar

It was the Congress which continued to attack Savarkar the most, years after his death. They feared that once Indians got to know Savarkar fully, Nehru and the Congress would be washed away. The fear of Indian Independence movement being democratised would mean the end of Nehru dynasty's divine right to rule. Savarkar's life would open a can of worms for them since it would include his meeting with freedom fighters like Rash Behari Bose, Madanlal Dhingra etc. Many such freedom fighters were not given a deserving position in the History written by Marxists.

Dispelling the prevarications against Savarkar’s petitions once and for all

How left liberals have twisted Savarkar's petition to show that he was a traitor, to malign a true Hindu nationalist

How UPA wrote nonsense as history-insulting heroes like Prithviraj Chauhan, Shivaji Maharaj

A booklet titled ‘How brave was Veer Savarkar’ released by All India Congress Seva Dal training camp run by the Congress in Bhopal, has claimed that Veer Savarkar had a physical relationship with Nathuram Godse.

Savarkar phobia, the congenital behavioural disorder of the dynast of congress party

Rahul Gandhi has described Savarkar a coward and placed his ‘Gandhi’ dynasty over the glory and dignity of one our selfless freedom fighter – Savarkar. 

Contrasts between Savarkar and Nehru, how merciful the British were to Nehru & harsh to Savarkar

Congress should be pin-pointedly asked if it considers Shivaji a ‘traitor’ for writing such a letter to Aurangzeb in 1666.

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