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Vigilante Army will send hidden traitors to hell, BJP MLA

Jingoism, bigotry and religious extremism are fast engulfing India. A BJP MLA issue worrying threats to minorities in India attempts to indoctrinate Indian youth with intolerance to persecute minorities

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Raja Singh, a BJP legislator from Hyderabad, India, has announced to create an army of Indian youth who will punish the hidden traitors in the country. Singh announced he is in discussion and will soon embark on the creation of the ‘vigilante‘ army for the protection of India.

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In the two videos released on Wednesday, the BJP MLA asserted that he is holding conferences in this regard. Singh in his video asserted that every youth of India will be readied like the Indian Army to protect the country. Adding that “Six months back, we had planned a camp, decided on a date, and invited Hinduvadi Bravehearts and patriots to attend the camp. There’s a great discussion underway at this camp (now).”

BJP MLA informed that the youngster in the camp have pledged to be trained to become a soldier and would not back down if India needed them. He added that since the Indian army is dealing with the external army, the vigilante army will protect the country from hidden traitors.

In his jingoistic assertions, BJP MLA threatened that “whichever traitor is hidden inside India, will be dragged out and worn down, and sent outside India – or even directly to Jahannum (hell),”

In another video uploaded by Raja Singh, he informed that the current camp is being organized in Bengaluru and that it will continue till September 24th. Singh has remarked that approximately 470 people are currently getting trained in the camp.

The war of words ensued between Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)’s MLA Raja Singh and Asif Ghafoor, the DG Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) on Twitter after the former’s video of imitating a Pakistani song went viral on social media.

He expressed his determination to protect Hindu Rashtra. The mission of the vigilante army is to protect the religion of Hinduism and its followers.

Raja Singh is notorious for his hardline Hindutva stance. He is a sitting MLA from Goshamahal Assembly. As per his latest election affidavit, 43 police cases has been registered against him.

BJP MLA Raja Singh is accused of stoking communal tension a few days ago when he deliberately tried erecting the statue of Rani Avanti Bai in Jumerat Bazar without the permission of the authorities. Police intervention caused tensions in the area as Raja claimed to have been injured by baton-charged from Police. His claims busted when the video of him hitting himself with the stone emerged on social media.

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Misogyny, jingoism, and religious extremism are some of the traits dominating the BJP recently. Earlier, a BJP MLA was censured on social media for passing regressive statements against Kashmiri women following the abrogation of Article 370 and 35-A. While BJP sympathizers inundated the social media with the songs objectifying Kashmiri girls, it reflected the desperation in Indian men to possess fair Kashmiri girls.

DG ISPR Flaked BJP MLA

Meanwhile, Raja Singh is the same MLA who had stolen ISPR’s song ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ for his election campaign.

The war of words ensued between Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)’s MLA Raja Singh and Asif Ghafoor, the DG Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) on Twitter after the former’s video of imitating a Pakistani song went viral on social media.

A video of Raja Singh went viral on social media in which he was seen singing a copied song “Pakistan Zindabad” released by the ISPR on 23rd March, Pakistan Day. Singh tweeted on April 12th that he will soon be releasing a new song dedicated to the Indian armed forces. He even posted a teaser of his song on Twitter but the song was a clear copy of the ISPR’s “Pakistan Zindabad” sung by singer Sahir Ali Bagga. The DG ISPR mocking the Indian MLA said that he was happy that Indians copied their song but advised them to follow the habit of speaking the truth as well.

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