BJP MP Tejashwi Surya In a program held in Udupi, it was said that people who left Hinduism should be converted back to this religion on Tipu Jayanti and this ‘ghar wapsi’ is the responsibility of the Hindus. Surya had also said that the Muslims of Pakistan should be converted to Hinduism. Pakistan is involved in the idea of a united India.
New Delhi: The BJP MP has unconditionally withdrawn his statement about bringing back the Hindus who have left Hinduism and Hindu revival.
He tweeted and said, ‘Two days ago in the program held at Sri Krishna Math in Udupi, I spoke on the topic of Hindu revival in India. Regretfully, controversy has been created over some of the statements in my speech, so I withdraw my statement without any conditions.
At a program held in Udupi Sri Krishna Mutt two days ago, I spoke on the subject of ‘Hindu Revival in Bharat’.
Certain statements from my speech has regrettably created an avoidable controversy. I therefore unconditionally withdraw the statements.
— Tejasvi Surya (@Tejasvi_Surya) December 27, 2021
Let us inform that on Saturday, while addressing a program, BJP MP Tejashwi Surya had called for bringing back the Hindus who had left Hinduism.
According to the report, while addressing a program organized at Sri Krishna Math in Udupi on December 25, Surya had talked about ensuring ‘ghar wapsi’ of Hindus from temples and monasteries.
The video of this event went viral on social media, in which he can be heard talking about the return of Hindus to their original religion.
In this one hour and twenty minute video, he is calling to stop conversion. Some YouTube channels also have video of Surya’s entire speech, which was streamed live.
Surya had said, ‘Hindus are being driven out of their original religion either by intimidation or by greed. There is only one possible solution to deal with this, those people who have left their original religion due to various socio-political and economic reasons during the history of India, those who have gone out of Hinduism should be brought back completely. , they should be brought back to Hinduism.’
Only option left for #Hindus is re convert all those who left the Hindu faith and that includes #Muslims of #Pakistan. And yearly targets should be given to Mutts and temples to do this job says #BJP South MP Tejasvi Surya. His speech is going viral. pic.twitter.com/X6APru9nxk
— Imran Khan (@KeypadGuerilla) December 26, 2021
Tejashwi Surya had said, ‘My request is that every temple and math should set goals for this, which they want to bring back to Hinduism. Such efforts should be on war footing.
Referring to Surya’s address, The News Minute had reported in its report that those who had left Hinduism should be converted back to Hinduism on Tipu Jayanti and that ‘ghar wapsi’ is the responsibility of the Hindus.
Surya had criticized various aspects of Muslim and Christian religions in his address.
He had said, ‘We built a Ram temple in this country. Article 370 removed from Jammu and Kashmir. We should convert the Muslims of Pakistan to Hinduism. We should give priority to homecoming. Pakistan is involved in the idea of a united India.
He had said, ‘Did those who insisted on celebrating Tipu Jayanti insist on celebrating Kalam Jayanti or Shishunala Sharif Jayanti? That’s the difference.’
Let us inform that this statement of Surya has come after the passage of the Anti-Conversion Act in the Karnataka Assembly. Right-wing Hindutva organizations have disrupted Christmas celebrations and prayers across Karnataka in recent days.
This is not the first time that Tejashwi Surya has made such communal statements. He recently tweeted Celebrations of Diwali Was targeted for advertising.
During the second wave of Corona, 17 Muslim employees were sacked from a COVID war room in Bangalore. Surya had accused these Muslim employees of corruption in the allocation of beds in the COVID War Room after the message allegedly circulated on WhatsApp.
the wire had reported at the time that it soon became clear that these employees had nothing to do with the allocation of beds.
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