“Only in 2029 or in 2034 or in 2039, a Muslim will become the prime minister. Once a Muslim will become the PM, 50 per cent of Hindus will convert, 40 per cent will be killed and the remaining 10 per cent will either live in refugee camps or displaced to other countries in the next 20 years.”
“This will be the future of the Hindus. If you want to avoid this future, then become a man and take up arms,”Narsinghanand whilst addressing a ‘Hindu Mahapanchayat’ (Gathering of Hindus) organised by Preet Singh, the founder of the Save India Foundation, at New Delhi’s Burari ground
By Akhlad Khan – Twitter @BawaNaaved
Yati Narsinghanand, the controversial head priest of the Hindu Dasna Devi temple in India, sparked yet another row on Sunday at a Hindu Mahapanchayat (Hindu gathering) – in New Delhi with his comment that “50 per cent of Hindus will convert” in 20 years time if a Muslim was to become the prime minister of India, exhorting Hindus to take up arms to fight for their existence.
According to reports, the Delhi administration had not granted permission for the event. The Save India Foundation is the same group that had earlier held similar controversial events in Haridwar and at Jantar Mantar in the national capital, where anti-Muslim slogans were raised.
A probe revealed that around 200 people, including several other Hindu supremacist leaders, had gathered to participate in the Mahapanchayat on Sunday. Meanwhile, Some journalists who had gone to cover the event alleged that they were beaten by members of the Hindu Mahapanchayat audience.
Narasinghanand in December last year participated in a three-day religious conclave in Haridwar where he openly called for genocide and usage of arms against Muslims.
Hindu extremist priest Narsinghanand is currently on bail in connection with the Haridwar hate speech case.
The Dasna temple priest was granted bail in the hate speech case on February 7, but remained behind bars for other cases slapped against him, including one under section 509 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) for making objectionable comments against women and abusing journalists.
Narasinghanand in December last year participated in a three-day religious conclave in Haridwar named ‘Dharma Sansad’ where he openly called for genocide and usage of arms against Muslims. A video of the event was shared widely on social media which triggered a massive outrage.