An over enthusiastic government appointed lawyer arguing a money laundering case against a Kashmiri separatist leader, was pressuring the defendant to chant “Bharat Mata Ki Jai” to prove his patriotism. Just then the presiding judge stepped in, a and an anguished judge stopped this lawyer, noting ==> “this is a courtroom, not a “television studio. Argue on the merits of the case“. The judge made good sense, even if most Indians would say or think what is the big deal if one did chant this?
Source: DNA India
- 7 Aug 2017
As we all know, PM Modi who is the first PM to visit Saudi Arabia in decades. PM also visited the all women TCS IT and IT Education Center where 80+% of the women are from Saudi Arabia itself. In what certainly must be a shock to the whole muslim world, the women started shouting “Bharat Mata Ki Jai” again and again, and then “Modi, Modi, Modi……” In a traditional society like Saudi such things have never ever happened that too by women. So clearly our PM’s effect, charisma, and the respect they have for India. But… but where is our secular media…
Source: Zee News
- 8 Apr 2016
Angered by Owaisi attention grabbing antics about refusing to say this, muslim organisations in Meerut wrote with their blood “Bharat Mata ki Jai”. They went on to say that “saying Bharat Mata ki Jai is hailing the land, women, children and the soldiers. There is nothing Islamic here”. Wonder what our secular media has to say?
- 2 Apr 2016
For the first time since independence (but it just as well could be first time ever), hundreds of Muslims hoisted the Tricolour while chanting ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’ at Mumbai’s Mahim dargah. This was followed by the playing of the National Anthem by the Mumbai Police Band, as the Muslim community joined the police officers. This dargah is visited by people of all faiths, as is common in India unlike almost anywhere else in the world. They could be good example for others to follow.
- 18 Mar 2016
AIMIM leader and MP Asaduddin Owaisi and some of his party members say they ‘won’t say Bharat Mata ki jai’. In response Javed Akhtar, Bangladeshi author Taslima Nasreen and Anupam Kher, and others have strongly condemned his statement and said Owaisi should be exposed. If his flimsy reason is that the constitution does not require one to say that, then Javed Akhtar’s response was others such as Sherwaniand Topi are also not required per constitution – so why do you wear them?
Source: Zee News
- 17 Mar 2016