After unsuccessfully linking up protesting students in JNU with terrorist outfits and branding dissenting students in Pune, Delhi and Hydrabad, now the BJP is back to Pune again. This time it’s the students of Fergusson College to join the long list of BJP’s false bogey of anti-national. The BJP, who was elected by the people on the basis of election manifesto promises like bringing back of black money, has resorted to crash courses on nationalism to the people upon their failure to deliver.
The self-proclaimed saffron saviors of the nation aka BJP is leaving no stone unturned, in manufacturing and distributing their brand new product of “anti-national corridor”, from their factory of lies. Supposedly, there is an entire belt churning out anti-national people.
After an attack on an RSS activist, Raju, in Mysuru, the party has come up with yet another fantastical story about the Udupi-Manguluru-Karwar-Mysuru-Kodagu belt being in the grip of anti-nationalism. However, in an interview to the Times of India the police has deflated the theory of terror corridor and explained that the area was a communally divided one. RSS chief Vijay nagaraj said, that there definitely existed an intolerance for Hindu activities. The RSS’ understanding of all things saffron as nationalistic leads them to cook up such bogus stories.
This has come after the Saffron brigade, took objection to an endowment temple festival in Puttur taluk of Dakshina Kannada district for carrying the name of a Muslim officer, in the invite. Vishwa Hindu Parishat, Bajrang Dal and BJP leaders had objected to the invitation and wanted the authorities to reprint the invitation without Ibrahim’s name.
So basically frustrated with its failed attempts at stoking communal fire in Karnataka, it is now accusing the people as anti-national. We know the constitution gives the right to stupidity, but this one is a clear abuse of the right.