The 'cow urine' remark of D.N.V. Senthilkumar has prompted the All India Hindu Mahasabha to declare that it will sprinkle cow urine throughout the country to purify it.
Post the state election results, in which the BJP failed to make inroads in Telangana, the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) MP used the phrase while saying that the BJP can win elections only in the Hindi heartland.
Made in the ongoing session of the Lok Sabha on Tuesday, the remarks drew criticism from fellow MPs. Senthilkumar had later apologised and said that he would refrain from using such words in the future.
Early on Wednesday morning, All India Hindu Mahasabha president Swami Charkapani Maharaj said that the organisation would undertake the sprinkling of cow urine from Kashmir to Kanyakumari, from helicopters, to ensure its purification, and also to enable India's march to becoming a superpower.
“We are proud of cow urine and the cow, which is the mother of the world and the ideal of India. She is worthy of worship. Senthil is ashamed of something we should all be proud of,” said Chakrapani.
He added that the remarks were a clear indication that Senthilkumar’s DNA was from the Mughals. “Your DNA is not of surs but of asurs (demons)”, said Chakrapani.
“Do not worry. After junior Stalin’s remarks, saffron has captured three states. Your remarks will lead to an awakening of Hindus all over the country. Saffron will flourish throughout the country. And then we shall, on helicopters and aircrafts, sprinkle cow urine all over the country so that the asur thought and DNA can be purified, and the country will once again become a vishwa guru,” Chakrapani said.
He has also said that such a sprinkling will take place in every house in the country. “This will eliminate negativity from east to west, and north to south.
“We are proud of our belief in cow urine and mother cow. You might be ashamed because you are foreign funded people. The day cow urine is sprinkled, your good senses will return and the influence of kalyug on you will be eliminated,” said Chakrapani.