Senior RSS functionary Indresh Kumar has said that Alt News co-founder Mohammad Zubair is involved in violent activities and is an enemy of the country’s integrity and development and communal harmony.
Kumar also hit out at those who supported Zubair.
“Those who are supporting him and saying that there is no democracy, they are killing democracy. These people are enemies of communal harmony and are anti-democracy, anti-constitution and anti-India. “They want communal fundamentalism, violence and anarchy in the country. The people of this country and the judiciary will teach him a lesson.
On Thursday, Zubair moved the Supreme Court seeking quashing of six FIRs lodged against him.
Speaking about Jharkhand’s Jamtara, where the Muslim community, being the majority in the area, was forced to close schools on Fridays instead of Sundays, Kumar said it was important that every citizen considers himself or herself a different person. Believes Indian above all identities.
“One thing is clear that every citizen should be an Indian irrespective of religion or political group. Everyone should behave like an Indian. This shows that some people do not want Muslims to come into the mainstream and become educated and nationalistic. It is very shameful,” he said.
Defending the national emblem statue in the new Parliament building, Kumar said it is a replica based on the original pillar of Sarnath.
“We are one India Which has emerged from the colonial mindset and we are Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose’s India. Those who are still slaves are criticizing it,” Kumar said.
The senior RSS functionary also targeted former Vice President Hamid Ansari.
“Sare jahan se achha Hindustan humara, but if he thinks that there is any other country better than India and if he feels suffocated here, then it is better to spend his life in another country. Islam says that love of nation and Respect should be given and this country will never tolerate anti-India talks,” said the patron of the RSS-affiliated Muslim Rashtriya Manch.
Kumar also spoke about the attack on the union office in Kerala and warned Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan that he would be remembered as the perpetrator of the violence.
“Kerala is a state which sees a lot of attacks on RSS workers and offices. The latest decision that has come has exposed how pressure was put on the RSS workers, but they did not bow down. I want to tell the Chief Minister of Kerala that there is no proper implementation of constitution or democracy in your state and you cannot be a guarantor of people’s security. They should refrain from comparing RSS with SDPI, otherwise they will be known as perpetrators of violence,” Kumar said.