‘Organise gau mutra party to gain confidence of Hindus’: Swami Chakrapani Maharaj to INDIA

All the parties that had come together to form the alliance were “anti-Hindu”

Swami Chakrapani Maharaj Swami Chakrapani Maharaj

The All India Hindu Mahasabha president, Swami Chakrapani Maharaj has suggested that if the INDIA alliance wants to win over Hindus, it must organise ‘gau mutra’ (cow urine) parties and also consume the same.

He pointed out that all the parties that had come together to form the alliance were anti-Hindu. “Bihar has stopped school holidays on Hindu festivals (including Durga puja); in West Bengal, Hindus are being killed, Swami Prasad Maurya (Samajwadi Party) makes comments against Hinduism, Rahul Gandhi constantly targets ‘sanatan’ and the Congress has said that Lord Ram did not exist while in Delhi maulvis get wages but not pujaris”, he said.

Chakrapani Maharaj said there was no reason for Hindus to trust the alliance, yet it could prove its worthiness by responding to an ‘inner voice’ and throw such parties in which the leaders consume gau mutra.

“You throw and attend so many iftar parties, why not a gau mutra party too”, he said.

When COVID-19 first struck India, Chakrapani Maharaj had organized such parties, insisting that gau mutra had the power to protect from any disease.

“The cow is our mother. It is the mother of the whole world. In the cow live all our Gods and Goddesses. It is because of its’ blessings that the world got rid of COVID”, he said.

He also linked it to the other great cause that the ruling Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) espouses- the Ram Mandir.

“What have you done for the Ram Mandir? We were the appellants: we fought for the cause. Why must Hindus believe that if you were to come to power you will not discriminate against them and appease Muslims?”, he said.

He also suggested that the alliance take a pledge to formulate a law for projection of cows if and as soon as it came to power.

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