Time for Stock Taking - Whither Sangh Parivar?

Time for Stock Taking - Whither Sangh Parivar?

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Author: Sita Ram Goel
Publisher: Voice of India
Year: 1997
Language: English
Pages: 468
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8185990484


This compilation seeks to show that in its flurry for forming a government at the Center, the Sangh leadership has fallen back on policies pursued by the Indian National Congress.

A study of Hindu-Muslim relations since the foundation of the Indian National Congress in 18785 tells us that Muslims have been making demands - ideological, political, territorial - and Hindus conceding them all along. Yet the Muslim problem remains with us in as acute a form as ever. With the advent of petro-dollars and the emergence of V P Singh, Laloo Prasad, Mulayam Singh and Kanshi Ram on the political scene, Muslims have become as aggressive and intransigent as in the pre-Partition period.

It has become a habit with Hindu leaders to take Hindus for granted and bargain with Muslims on the latter's terms. Leaders o9f the Indian National Congress have taken Hindus for granted from 1885 till today. Now leaders of the Sangh Parivar look like following the same path. Hindus have to decide as to how long they are going to be taken for granted.

Contrary to certain impressions created in the media, th4e BJS-BJP and RSS leaders have a heartfelt desire to woo the Muslims. The present official position of the RSS is, more than ever, that Islam itself is quite alright, only fundamentalism is wrong.



SECTION I: The Perspective

A Call for an Intellectual(Bauddhika) Kshatriya
Ideological Defence of Hindu Society

SECTION II: The Responses
G V Ashtekar
Professor G C Asnani
Deep Chandra Awasthi
P N Awasthi
s K Balasubramanian
Abhas Chatterjee
G C Chaudhary
S K Dalvi
Ashoke Dasgupta
Jitendra D Desai
Nachiketa Dogra
Adwayanand R Galatge
K B Ganapathy
Padmashri Shalil Ghosh
Bhagwati Prasad Goenka
Shiv Gaud
S C Gupta
B L Jaju
H C Joshi
Dr S D Kulkarni
S D Laghate
Professor K Lakshminarayana
Professor K S Lal
Professor R R Mangasuli
T G Mohandas
Professor S G Mujumdar
P R K Naidu
S Omkar
Virendra V Parekh
Hem Raj Prabhakar
Baljit Rani
Dr. H Ramarao
B K Rao
(Mrs) Veda Sampath
Smt. M Sandhya
K Satya Deva Prasad
Jagannath Sharma
Ajit Singh
Ram Autar Singh
vikram Singh
Dr. Vinay Kumar Sinha
Shrikant G Talagari
Mrs. Leela Tampi
B K Verma
R C Waswani
P S Yog
Brief Responses

SECTION III: Dharma versus Dogma
Sarva Dharma samabhava or Sarva Dharma Sambhrama? (Unity of confusion of Religions?)
Meaning of Conversions

SECTION IV: The First Victims of Islam
Roll Over, Rushdie
Standing Up to Scrutinize Islam
Turning away from Mecca
Islam is religious facism
Courageous author puts his life on the line
Far more dangerous than Nazism

SECTION V: Some Revealing Press Reports

Legacy of Hate
BJP shifts sgtands gto woo Muslims
BJP promoting a 'minority-friendly' image for elections
BJP looks for Muslims plank to move towards Delhi
BJP girds up to appease Muslim
Khurana's go-slow on migrants issue irks hawks
Pampering the minority ego
BJP to bring out Koran in Sanskrit
Vajpayee for diluting stand on 'Hindutva'
More space for 'namaz' urged
Chhabildar sticks to his guns on minority votes
Advani allays minorities fears
Secret of BJP's success
Advani woos Indian expatriates in London, assails Govt's Kashmir policy
BJP bid to woo Muslims
'How can any Muslim in this country say that he does no respect Ram?'
Malhotra's statement on Ayodhya annoys Chavan
BJP bid to win over Muslims
RSS wants Muslims for friends
Babri or "Barabari"?
Bihar BJP's first-ever Muslim leader emerges
J K Hindu exiles eulogise Thackeray
Secularism is the very colour of our blood: Vajpayee
A good augury
Muslims in Behrampada voted in pragmatic way
Joshi sparks off row over Religion Bill
VHP drops plan to 'liberate' Kashi, Mathura
Govt seeks revision of order on Naib Imam
BJYM's meet on June 7
Vande Mataram 'dispute' at BJP Muslim meeting

The Tabligh Movement or Million of Bearded Militants on the March

Population Explosion in West Bengal: A Survey
Migration or invasion ?