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Hate Watch: Are swords being sent to Hindutva groups? 

Rajeev Brahmarshi, an aspiring to be a Hindutva leader, has announced on his Facebook page that “Weapons will reach every corner of #Hindustan”

Sabrangindia 26 Nov 2021

HindutvaImage: https://www.facebook.com/veerbrahmarshi/ 
 

Rajeev Brahmarshi is a man aspiring to be a Hindutva leader. He has announced on his Facebook page that “Weapons will reach every corner of #Hindustan.” He claimed he had started the supply in November for Begaluru. A "Public Figure", Brahmarshi's page has over 62,000 followers.

“I have started sending weapons to every house of my Hindu brothers in every corner of the whole of India. There is a weapon in the hands of my deities, keep weapons in the temples,” claims Rajeev Brahmarshi.

 

Rajeev

Brahmarshi claims to be ‘leading’ an organisation named Hindu Putra Sangathan since April 2017, from Haripur (Vaishali) Bihar. He has now taken it upon himself to ensure weapons/swords reach “Hindu homes” and proudly shared photos of the ‘weapons’ packed and ready for delivery. 

More than this Hindu Putra’s aim to arm Hindus with weapons, and perhaps encourage them to be ready to use them, is the fact that his post had many takers. Most seem to be keen to receive the swords/ weapons, and many were willing to pay any amount asked for. Some sought ‘training’ and one even promised he was ‘capable of killing a few’ if he was given a weapon. 

 

 

What is even more shocking is how despite the post being openly communal and even inciting violence, it was still allowed to appear on Facebook, in clear violation of the social media platform's own guidelines on hate content. 


 

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Hate Watch: Are swords being sent to Hindutva groups? 

Rajeev Brahmarshi, an aspiring to be a Hindutva leader, has announced on his Facebook page that “Weapons will reach every corner of #Hindustan”

HindutvaImage: https://www.facebook.com/veerbrahmarshi/ 
 

Rajeev Brahmarshi is a man aspiring to be a Hindutva leader. He has announced on his Facebook page that “Weapons will reach every corner of #Hindustan.” He claimed he had started the supply in November for Begaluru. A "Public Figure", Brahmarshi's page has over 62,000 followers.

“I have started sending weapons to every house of my Hindu brothers in every corner of the whole of India. There is a weapon in the hands of my deities, keep weapons in the temples,” claims Rajeev Brahmarshi.

 

Rajeev

Brahmarshi claims to be ‘leading’ an organisation named Hindu Putra Sangathan since April 2017, from Haripur (Vaishali) Bihar. He has now taken it upon himself to ensure weapons/swords reach “Hindu homes” and proudly shared photos of the ‘weapons’ packed and ready for delivery. 

More than this Hindu Putra’s aim to arm Hindus with weapons, and perhaps encourage them to be ready to use them, is the fact that his post had many takers. Most seem to be keen to receive the swords/ weapons, and many were willing to pay any amount asked for. Some sought ‘training’ and one even promised he was ‘capable of killing a few’ if he was given a weapon. 

 

 

What is even more shocking is how despite the post being openly communal and even inciting violence, it was still allowed to appear on Facebook, in clear violation of the social media platform's own guidelines on hate content. 


 

Related:

Hate Watch: Did a Bajrang Dal member descecrate a Muslim shrine in Ballabgarh?

Hate Watch: VHP 'purifies’ Ahmedabad garden where Muslims offered Namaz

Hate Watch: Hindutva group raises slogans outside Muslim-owned shop in Gujarat

Hate Watch: Muslim man assaulted in crowded train, no one intervenes

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