The retired judge made this controversial statement in Vijayapada city ‘Have the objectives of the Constitution been fulfilled?’ Gave in the seminar named. His statement is becoming quite viral on social media.
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A former judge of Karnataka has created a new ruckus by giving a controversial statement regarding Hindus. Giving a controversial statement, he has said that if Muslims had protested only this much, Mughal period There is not even a single Hindu left. retired district Judge Vasantha Mulasavalgi Has said that Hindus survived in India only because the Mughals allowed them to go. He said, ‘If the Muslims had opposed the Hindus during the Mughal rule, there would not have been a single Hindu left in India…they would have killed all the Hindus. Mughals ruled for hundreds of years, yet why are Muslims only a minority?
The retired judge made this controversial statement in Vijayapada city ‘Have the objectives of the Constitution been fulfilled?’ Gave in the seminar named. His statement is becoming quite viral on social media. This seminar was organized by Rashtriya Souhard Vedike and other organizations on Thursday. In this program, the former judge said, ‘Those who claim that Muslims did this… did that. He should know the history of 700 years of Muslims in India. Mughal King Akbar’s wife remained a Hindu and she was not converted. Akbar built a temple of Krishna in his premises.
‘Lord Ram, Krishna are just characters in the novel’
Retired Judge Vasantha did not stop here. He also raised questions on the existence of Hindu Gods and Goddesses. He said, ‘Hindu Gods and Goddesses, Lord Ram, Lord Krishna are just characters of the novel. These are not historical personalities. He also said that Emperor Ashoka was actually a historical figure. Raising the question, Vasanta Mulasavalgi said, ‘There is a picture of Buddha above the Shivling in Uttarakhand. Buddhist followers have filed a petition in this matter. It has been said that the temples were converted into mosques. Before the construction of the temple, Emperor Ashoka had built 84 thousand Buddhist monasteries. Where did they all go? All this happens with time. Should it be made a big issue?
Constitution accurate but system failed
He further said that the objectives of the constitution are very clear and precise. Suspicion occurs because the system has failed to meet these goals. Young generation should come forward, all these should be finished with vigilance. There was a law in 1999, under which there were instructions to maintain the status quo of temples, churches and mosques. Despite this, the district court gave a different decision in this case. We should think about this and not go back in history. We should raise our voice in the right way.