British Parliament bans IM; RSS, VHP & Bajrang Dal should be next in line

The British Parliament took a historic and commendable step last Thursday by banning bigoted Muslim terror outfit Indian Mujahideen. So far IM has been accused of being involved in 9 terror bombings in India which have led to causalities totalling 1101 people (both injured and dead). This move will strengthen the fight against organizations known for their notorious agenda of killing and enslaving people. Not even a single conspirator should be spared and all should be sentenced to the decree of death.

The next move which I would like the international community to make would be the banning of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and its allies like the Bajrang Dal and Vishwa Hindu Parisahd who’ve had a phenomenal record of rioting. The RSS has been censured by 6 judicial commissions for its complicity and involvement in riots and I am not talking about the usual riots about which the media always keeps blabbering, namely Gujarat Riots in 2002, Post-Babri Masjid Demolition Riots and Kandhamal riots. The riots which I am talking about are decade’s old and happened way before right wing parties arrived on the national scene as forces to reckon with. Commissions pertaining to Ahmedabad Riots 1969, Bhiwandi Riots 1970, Tellichery Riots 1971, Jamshedpur Riots 1979, Kanyakumari Riots 1982 and Bhagalpur Riots in 1989 have seriously rebuked the RSS for its role in rioting. No other religio-political organization in India has been so severely indicted. The casualty toll recorded in three of these riots (Ahmedabad in 1969, Jamshedpur in 1979 and Bhagalpur in 1989) is 1768 which is an astronomical figure. Even after directing these inhumane carnages, RSS still claims of being a patriotic and nationalistic organization working for cultural integration. Ironic!  

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