Udupi: India Heading Towards Fascism – G Rajshekar

Udupi: India is heading towards fascism said G Rajshekar, President of Karnataka Komu Souhardhaa Vedike, Udupi Unit. He was speaking at a protest organised in support of JNU students in front of the Clock Tower, here on February 29.

Rastriya Swayamsevak Sangh together with BJP and ABVP is ruing our nation by influencing the educational institutions with fascist policies. The emergency declared way back in 1975 was a blow to democracy but now the developments in JNU and other prominent institutions are indications of emergence of democracy together with fascism.

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Minister for Home, Rajnath Singh links JNU Student Umar Khalid with LET after following a fake tweet which indicates that he is an inefficient home minister. Minister for HRD, Smrithi Irani who played a soap opera in parliament calling Rohit Vemula her son writes five letters to IIT Hyderabad which leads to Rohit’s suicide. Deliberate attempts to lead India into fascism are on, he added.

Paniraj said that the British enacted IPC 124(A) Sedition, first time since the Independence the charges of sedition are levied on the JNU students who spoke on the deliberate attempts of BJP in destroying the country and its premier institutions, he added.

Irshad Ahmed a student said that the people who voice for minorities, Dalits and possess leftist ideas are termed anti-national today. Deliberate attempts are made to silence the voices which support self-reliance in the universities. JNU has boosted revolution of self-reliance and the voices will be strengthened against the goons who promote communalism in the campuses. RSS activists preach nationalism but they never hoisted the Indian flag in their headquarters in Nagpur, saffron forces will soon witness a downfall with students voicing for self-reliance and for national integration, he added.

Akshay another student said that the central government is making all efforts to influence students with communal agendas. BJP never wants the students to excell, instead it wants the voice of students to be silenced. Instead of questioning nationalism of JNU students the nationalism of BJP has to be questioned first, he added.

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Suresh of Bahujan Vidhyarthi Association said that the Hindutva forces want to adapt Manusmrithi instead of the Indian Constitution. They want to silence the voice that speaks against them. The Hindutva forces should leave the country, he added.

Yasin Kodibengre said that at one phase Smrithi Irani calls Rohit as her son and at the other terms him anti-national, this soap opera doesn’t match, he added.

Fr William Martis, Prof. Cyril Mathias, Jyothi Guruprasad, Shashidar Hemmady and others were present.


  1. There is no question that, based on the emerging ruthless attitude of the current government towards the freedom of speech which is the fundamental right in every democratic country in the world, India is shifting towards fascism and anarchy. Now it is felt very strongly in the minds of the Indian electorate, but the same thing is being watched with
    greater alarm and reservation in the foreign lands too.

    The current Government in New Delhi is an instituted Gujarathi imperialism. They make their own laws bypassing the rule of law and the well written U.N. charter in which India has signed. The Finance Minister has been turned as the omniscient law giver of India now.

  2. Why are they shouting slogans in Hindi when they are in Mangalooru?

    What’s up with this ‘azaadi’ thing? Are they aping those despicable JNU characters? At least, they are getting better – I don’t see any azaadi for kashmeer or pakistan zindaabad slogans at this event!!!

    What’s up with all the ‘black’ dress? It’s hard not to see a connection with another notorious organization that has the same affection towards black flags and dress!!!

    Finally, everybody knows that ‘komu souhaarda vedike’ is a code word for anti-sanaathana, anti-brahmana groups whose only goal is to attack Hindu groups and traditions while acting as apologists for all the bad behavior by real trouble makers. No wonder AS Beef Mathew fully agrees with this group as they all share same hindu-dhwesha!!!

  3. What’s up with this ‘azaadi’ thing? -Atheist Mr.Origianl Pai

    Sir,I dream of a Digital India where Access to Information knows no barriers and I dream of a Digital India where – Technology ensures the Citizen-Government Interface is Incorruptible PM Modi addressed to the nation during ‘Digital India’ launching ceremony.

    But in his ‘vibrant Gujarat’ village bans single women from owning mobile phones.


    Suraj village in Mehsana district of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Gujarat, has reportedly passed a resolution saying mobile phones are banned for teenage girls and young women. The resolution was passed in early February.

    Phones were distracting unmarried women from their studies and household chores in their village. If any single woman is found owning or speaking on a phone, she will face a fine of Rs 2,000.The informers for tip-offs will be offered Rs 200.

    Mr.Original RSS correspondent from Saudi Arabia has no clue about the Mahapanchayat verdict from Modi’ own turf.

    There is also similar ruling by village panchayat in Gujarat village bans mobile phone for school girls http://indianexpress.com/article/india/india-news-india/gujarat-village-bans-mobile-phone-for-school-girls/#sthash.3JHsFkbX.dpuf

    While BJP MLA Sangeet Som was accused by the Uttar Pradesh police of uploading a video, which reportedly sparked communal tension in Muzaffarnagar continued to enjoy Z-plus security cover.

    PM Modi’s ‘Digital India’ is unique set of law one against the women of his own state and other in the name of protecting women using ‘Love Jihad’.

    Jai Hind

    • But in his ‘vibrant Gujarat’ village bans single women from owning mobile phones. – Mr Shaikh to our ‘Know-All’ Yumreeki Rampai

      Well, that’s very EASY to answer, Mr. Shaikh.

      See, those mob phones, no… they are NOT ‘MACK’ed’ in India no? So, how do you expect a NO ‘mack’ in India fone to be allowed into EVEN 1 small village in India, no?

      And also, no.. those ‘phoreen’ phones.. they VIBRATE ‘three’ much! And you very well know that vibrations send wrong vibes to some wrong people.

      You see da point, no? 🙂

      Btw, did our Rampu reply to you on your pointed query? Or, is he busy calling that too as an “isolated incident”?

  4. Sharia Pandita,
    You have a bad habit of bringing up unrelated topics and avoid answering any questions from me. Let me make it really easy for you – Do you support ‘Pakistaan Zindaabad’ slogans raised by JNU students? This is a simple yes or no question!! Show some courage and answer this!!!! smiles

  5. You have a bad habit of bringing up unrelated topics and avoid answering any questions from me.-Atheist Mr.Original Pai]

    Sir,Truth is always bitter.You must have read Fox and the Grapes story in your childhood.

    Finally, giving up, the fox turned up his nose and said, “They’re probably sour anyway,” and proceeded to walk away.

    You are pushing hard trapping yourself in quicksand.While PM Modi HRD is saffronising campus around India and targeting the students with ‘anti-national’ the ‘cyber soldier’ like you from RSS projecting in every day with daily troll.

    Better luck next time.

    Jai Hind

  6. “Sir,Truth is always bitter” writes pro-jihaadi Shaikh.

    Bitter? Is it why you always run away from truth? Where is the answer to my simple question? Do you support ‘pakistaan zindaabad’ slogan at JNU?

  7. Dear readers,

    The words G Rajshekar, President of Karnataka Komu Souhardhaa Vedike, Udupi Unit is turning true.

    PM Modi’s government has discontinued two stamps featuring Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi and is now planning to introduce stamps under a new series featuring Deendayal Upadhyaya, Jayaprakash Narayan, Syama Prasad Mookerjee and Ram Manohar Lohia in the coming months, an RTI query by The Indian Express has revealed.


    The HRD circular from Smriti Irani office to all Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has asked schools to encourage students, teachers and parents and teachers to download the ‘Narendra Modi mobile app’ so that they can share their experiences with the Prime Minister.


    Prior to 2014 Lok Sabha election ‘Ghar Ghar Modi’ is played and lyric composer is awarded with Padma and one made director of censor board.

    While FTII to JNU students are targeted using ‘anti-national’.Earlier young minds are saffronised with text books.Now the RSS is projected Modi as an super nationalist to impose over the real freedom fighters of India.

    Steady development of fanaticism is full swing from textbooks to universities.

    Jai Hind

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