The assault on Hindu Dharma and utter insensitivity to Hindu sensibilities by certain organs of the Indian Republic continue unabated. Andhra Pradesh, led by a Christian CM Jagan Reddy with deep links to rabid evangelical missionaries, is witnessing an unprecedented level of anti-Hindu activity with tacit support of the state machinery, say critics.
A historical Ram mandir was recently demolished in Nellore town of AP, part of coastal Andhra – a region which has seen the most aggressive Christian proselytization in the last 2 decades, and where observers claim the real Christian population has now crossed 30%.
A video shows an anguished Ram bhakt pointing out the ruins of the Ram mandir, located near Mypadu Gate, including desecrated murtis of Sri Hanuman and other deities. He cries, “This is happening in a Hindu country!”
The temple was reportedly demolished by local authorities, and may be linked to a civic project announced recently by local politicians.
The local BJP unit organized an agitation against the demolition of the ancient Ram Temple at the Mypadu Gate center of Nellore. The ancient temple was demolished without giving any information or notice, they stated. The BJP leaders said that action should be taken against the officials who demolished the temple, otherwise they will prepare for a legal battle.
Hindu temples, irrespective of their significance and heritage, are very easy targets in the name of ‘development work’, whereas any govt. tries all it can to avoid touching any ‘minority’ religious structure as they know it will trigger mob violence by highly organized and regimented followers of churches and jamaats, and also invite scathing scrutiny and commentary from our country’s anti-Hindu and pro-Abrahamic elites.
(This story has been reproduced here with permission from Hindu Post.)