Salman Khurshid House In Nainital: There have been arson and stone-pelting at the house of senior Congress leader Salman Khurshid in Nainital. The Congress leader has shared information about this incident on Facebook. It is being said that the miscreants had a BJP flag in their hands and were raising communal slogans.
Fire at Salman Khurshid house in Nainital
Let us tell you that former External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid is in controversies regarding his book ‘Sunrise Over Ayodhya’. In his book, Salman Khurshid has compared Hindutva with terrorist organisations ISIS and Boko Haram and has described the politics of Hindutva as dangerous.
Sharing pictures of the incident on Facebook, Salman Khurshid said, am I still wrong? Could it be Hindutva?
Earlier on Saturday in Shahjahanpur, VHP burnt the effigy of Salman Khurshid. Not only this, but Vishwa Hindu Parishad had also threatened to cut off Khurshid’s tongue. During this, VHP workers had said that such people should be sent to Pakistan.
Some parts of the book are being objected to.
Significantly, some parts of this book of Salman Khurshid are being objected to. He compared Hindutva to ISIS and Boko Haram. In one of the chapters of this book- ‘Saffron Sky’, Salman Khurshid writes that- Hindutva is setting aside the Sanatan and ancient Hinduism of the saints, which is in every way like ISIS jihadi Islamic organisations like Boko Haram.
At the same time, Salman Khurshid had said in his clarification that he never compared Hindutva with terrorist organisations, but what he meant to say was that BJP supporters misuse religion and hence are like those who misuse Islam. Huh. He said that I was praising Hinduism. I should object to him that he is misusing Hinduism.
Demand to ban publication and sale
Salman Khurshid had also said that he had made up his mind to write the book only after the demolition of Babri and waited till the verdict came. When the decision on Ram Mandir came, I supported it and started the book. As soon as the book comes out, the round of protests and criticism continues on it.
At the same time, Hindu Sena President Vishnu Gupta has demanded a ban on the publication, circulation and sale of the book from the Patiala Court. Hindu Sena alleges that the book hurts the sentiments of Hindus.