“The anti-women mindset of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is exposed,” said the party’s Delhi unit officials.
Jagadguru Shankaracharya Swami Avimukteshwaranand Saraswati addressed prevalent issues of cow protection and Maoism during his visit to Raipur, and emphasised the importance of dialogue and integration to dissuade Maoists from their misguided beliefs.
The revered spiritual leader emphasised the urgent need to cease cow slaughter, highlighting it as a paramount concern in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.
He urged the Chhattisgarh government to bestow upon the cow the esteemed title of “Mother of the Nation,” thereby enabling recognition by the central government. He stressed that failure to halt cow slaughter would lead to the non-recognition of supporters of such practices as Hindus.
In a noteworthy aspect of his discourse, Jagatguru Shankaracharya addressed the escalating Maoist issue in Chhattisgarh, attributing its rise to personal interests. He emphasised the importance of dialogue and integration to dissuade Maoists from their misguided beliefs, firmly condemning leaders who incite violence.
Shifting focus to the impending Lok Sabha elections, he appealed to the Hindu community to prioritise the preservation of Sanatan Dharma. Describing the cow’s historical significance as a symbol of sacrifice during the country’s struggle for independence, he urged political parties to pledge their commitment to banning cow slaughter. The Shankaracharya announced plans to establish a “Cow Parliament” in Prayagraj, where affiliations with cow slaughter would warrant exclusion from Hindu identity.
Expressing concern for the welfare of cows nationwide, he called for stringent measures against atrocities on them and appealed for their recognition as the “Mother of the State” by the Chhattisgarh government. He believed that this step would pave the way for the central government to acknowledge them as the ”Mother of the Nation”.