BJP reinforcing its stand against lynching people for cow
Guwahati/Assam, July 4: The number of incidents of the lynching of persons by gau-rakshaks has increased across the country in the past few days. The BJP national general secretary Ram Madhav on Tuesday said that though cow protection was a sacred thing to do, lynching in the name of cow protection is not sacred.
“Cow is sacred. Cow protection is also sacred. But life itself is sacred, and there is nothing sacred in lynching or taking life away in the name of cow protection,” Madhav, speaking at the valedictory function of a three-day India-Bangladesh Friendship Dialogue said.
The BJP general secretary, nonetheless, did not detail further on the subject and rather said requested that Bangladesh keeps key powers in that nation under control. “Fundamentalism, alongside psychological warfare, appears to debilitate the centre esteems in both India and Bangladesh. Bangabandhu Sheik Mujibur Rahman had a path in 1972 had cautioned that legislative issues of communalism would not be permitted in Bangladesh. The Bangabandhu had likewise made it clear that Bangladesh would be a common state where all individuals would hone their separate religions,” Madhav said.
Going along with him, Tripura senator Tathagata Roy said there were sure aggravations that Bangladesh must address, and fundamentalism was one among them. “There are sure aggravations that Bangladesh must address. Some of these are delicate in nature, however, one must stand up. Fundamentalism is a for example, and such occurrences are happening all the time. India is concerned over an ascent of fundamentalism in Bangladesh,” Governor Roy said.
Roy, who directed the valedictory session of the three-day meeting pointed at two late occurrences that happened in Bangladesh and trusted the Bangladesh head administrator would actually investigate the issue of guaranteeing security to minorities in that nation.
“A week ago, a rath-yatra with a 400-year old convention was halted from being taken out in Dhamrai. Today a sanctuary was spoiled in Tahirpur. Bangladesh needs to address this issue. I am certain Prime Minister Hasina Sheik will deal with this issue. We can just only express concern,” the Tripura representative said. Roy additionally reviewed a quote which had said that Bangladesh did not battle a war to supplant one Islamic state by another.