A doubt to comrade Yachuri

via HK published on August 30, 2006


MALAPPURAM : CPM Politburo member Sitaram Yachuri today said that no one in the country have right to force any community to sing Vandemataram. He was addressing a public meeting here organized by CPM against the Central government’s policies. As per Mr. Yachuri ‘it has already mentioned in the constitution that singing Vandemataram is not compulsory and later Nehru & Ravindranath Tagore had clarified it’.


 


The CPM leader said that only first two lines of Vandemataram is acceptable and rest of songs are against the interest of Securalism in the country.


 


The CPM leader’s strong criticism against National Song came when he was addressing a public meeting in a Muslim majority district of Kerala in presence of Minister Paloli Muhammed Kutty, MLA – Manjalamkuzhi Ali, K.T. Jalil, P.P. Abdullah kutty.  


 


One won’t expect nothing better from an anti national comrade like Yachuri and his fellow commies. For them actions like release of Islamic terrorist like Madni, citizenship to Jihadidesh infiltrators, demonizing Hindu Gods in NCERT books, fund raising for Islamic terrorist in Palestine & Lebanon, sponsoring Christian preachers through their own TV Channels, forcing innocent students to read their mouth piece Deshabhimani, attacking a Lecturer for tying Rakhi etc are more secular than singing Vandemataram.


 


Mr. Yachuri should clarify whether the gang rape of Nabeesa, a Muslim woman from Nadapurm by  CPM goons, was also a part of party’s secular policies??


 

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