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Hinduism can be a weapon to fight terrorism and inculcate patriotism: Subramanian Swamy

Hinduism can be a weapon to fight terrorism and inculcate patriotism: Subramanian Swamy


Mangalore Today News Network

Mangaluru, Nov 16, 2014: On November 15, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Subramanian Swamy said  national identity and following true spiritualism could be the weapons to fight terrorism and corruption. Hinduism never persecuted any minority religion and one should accept the Hindu national identity for country’s integrity, he opined.

 

Subramanian Swamy in mangalore


Subramanian Swamy in mangalore


Subramanian Swamy in mangalore


Subramanian Swamy in mangalore


Subramanian Swamy in mangalore


Subramanian Swamy in mangalore


Subramanian Swamy in mangalore


He gave a dedicated talk on ‘War against terrorism and corruption’, organised by Citizens’ Council, Mangaluru, Swamy said terrorism was a mechanism adopted to over ride a community.  ISIS, which was controlling Iraq at present and virtually controls many Islamic countries could be at the doorsteps of India anytime, he said. He said opposition to uniform civil code in India was not justified as Muslims had accepted it in Australia and the US.

Terrorism and corruption were also interlinked as terrorists came with Indian passports. Stating that they also wreck a havoc in the stock market, he said no other country allowed ‘participatory note’ in stock markets through which terrorists were gaining entry into stock market.

The National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government would eliminate this, he said. “Illicit money got by politicians land in foreign banks via hawala through Dubai where Pakistan’s ISI gets to know about the details. That’s why the UPA government was soft on Pakistan,” he claimed.

Scam wealth: Subramanyam  Swamy said the Finance Ministry should not be only concerned about black money and income tax. On a vital matter was also money earned through scams that can be called “red money”.

The NDA government was committed to bring home more than Rs. 120 lakh crore and Prime Minister Narendra Modi had sought international cooperation for the move during the G20 summit in Australia on November 15, Saturday it was mentioned.


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