BJP MLA from Hyderabad’s Goshamahal, Raja Singh, has raked another controversy by claiming that people who do not attend RSS shakhas can’t be regarded as true Hindus. The leader made this controversial remark during a ‘Hindu Dharmasabha’ event held at Neemuch on Sunday.
The statement by Singh, who is known for such comments, came to widespread notice after a video of his speech went viral. “Those who do not go to RSS shakhas should stop calling themselves Hindus. I don’t think he can do anything for the country or his religion,” the legislator was quoted as saying in the report.
In addition, the BJP leader also urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to take a more stringent action against those people who kill cows and chat anti-India slogans. Besides, he also made comments about the topic of religious conversion.
Unnao MP Sakshi Maharaj, who too was part of the event talked about the need of strict imposition of birth control. While claiming that the concept of Hindu nation is gradually developing among the countrymen, the leader added that the government should work towards the imposition of “Hum Do, Hamare Do and Sabke Do” policy.
The speech by Singh came just days after a case was registered against him for delivering hate speech. He was booked last week after a video emerged in which he was seen asking members of a particular community to carry weapons in order to attack members of other communities if they did anything wrong. The speech by Singh had emerged just days after the violence in Kasganj, Uttar Pradesh.
Many of Raja Singh’s controversial speeches have led to legal actions in the past. Singh who represents BJP from had earlier grabbed attention when he said that he was willing to murder those who opposed the construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya.moneycontrol