New Delhi: Creating “Muslim as the enemy” to mobilize the Hindus and manufacture a conflict between the two, is the primary aim of the RSS-BJP government in the country, a meet organized by people’s movement ‘Satyagarh Abhiyan’ here on Saturday.
It demanded a SC monitored probe into the October 31 Bhopal encounter in which one police constable and eight other under-trials were killed.
The meet was attended by Gujarat Dalit leader Jignesh Mewani and Shamshad Pathan, and expressed concern over politics of “fake encounter” in India.
“The politics of fake encounter propelled the prime ministership of Narendra Modi. We all know how Sadiq Jamal, Ishrat Jahan, Sohrabuddin Sheikh and Tulsi Prajapati were eliminated by police after terming them as Lashkar affiliates. This politics of fake encounter is now being replicated by Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan,” Pathan said, adding that he may throw his hat in the ring for the position of prime minister soon ahead of the next general elections.
The Satyagrah Abhiyan has stepped up effort for mobilization of people from November 13 at Jantar Mantar to spearhead the cause for justice for nine people, including the police constable killed in Madhya Pradesh. The police claim that alleged ‘SIMI activists’ had killed the constable, before escaping from jail.
Calling for a wider pan-India Dalit-Muslim OBC alliance, Jignesh Mewani said, that these communities need to come on one platform to fight the RSS led forces in the country.
Punching hole in the Gujarat model of development, Jignesh Mewani pointed out that Modi created fake aura of the Gujarat model by hosting vibrant Gujarat summits, while actual investments never came.
“The CAG kept on exposing scams after scams in the state. Modi was rattled by economic challenges and thus resorted to the politics of encounter killings to save his face. The Patidar and Dalit movements are shining example of failure of Gujarat model.
Political activist Comrade Ameeque Jamei termed the Bhopal encounter as an attack on the Constitution of India, in which eight under-trials allegedly affiliated with alleged SIMI activist were killed in cold blood while a constable was murdered. He demanded a Supreme Court monitored probe into the incident.
“There is no rule of Constitution in Madhya Pradesh, where police cannot register a case against RSS cadres, who are involved in criminal incidents,” he said.
Jamia Nagar based Congress Political activist Parwez Alam Khan said that BJP-RSS government is playing the politics of perception, and attempting to create a conflict between both the communities.
“They are engineering a conflict between Ram and Rahim with the aim of winning the elections in Uttar Pradesh. They want to polarize the communities,” he said. Khan rued on how the locks of ISO jail opened with wooden keys and steel spoons? The press meet termed the RSS-VHP as the biggest threat to internal security in the country.
JNUSU president Mohit Pandey recalled the Vyapam scam in Madhya Pradesh in which at least 55 people related or linked to it have been killed in mysterious circumstances. He recalled the alleged fake Batla House encounter in which Jamia students were “allegedly implicated and killed”.
Jamia Millia Islamia student leader Meeran Haidar expressed concern over the implication of educated Muslim youths in the country in terror charges.
“If one wants to become a doctor, engineer or MBA graduate, he might be framed in terror cases by the agencies.”