It’s been a week of the Amarnath yatra attack but I haven’t heard any protest in anyone’s name.

Where are the messiahs of humanity? When it came on a mass killing of Hindu pilgrims everyone turned his/her ear deaf.

I was waiting for Saba Deewan to take any action on this massacre but she just disappointed me again.

May be she is good at counting, actually very good.

Otherwise why didn’t she come forward, Right?

Now let me clear her view which she can’t actually say.

The “Not in my name” campaign was to protest against the murders and lynching of Muslims and Dalits, who are so called minorities in India.

And the killing of Hindu pilgrims in Amarnath was not devastating as Hindus are not minorities.

So if they die, it will not affect the numbers that much as it affects on minorities.

If Hindus die, who cares? They are still very much in population.

I’m not hearing congress or so called liberals condemning this act of terrorists.

But I do condemn this massacre. And I also condemn the killings by ‘gau rakshaks’.

I neither do support the killing of dalits and lynching of Muslims nor the killings of Hindus.

Killing by gau rakshaks was shameful act because there is police and government to deal with these acts.

Crime has no religion and so the humanity and patriotism.

My point is if the killing of Muslim boy was inhuman then the killing in Amarnath attack was also inhuman.

Then why did intellect messiahs like Shabana Azmi, Kalki Koechlin and Konkana Sen Sharma are not on the streets now?

Because the ‘#’ tag of Dalits and minorities is trending on top in our country.

Standing for any other religion is not so cool.

I would like to say these liberals that “Keep your kitty parties in your ac drawing rooms, don’t take them on streets in the name of protest for humanity.”

Your biased heart is drawing a thick line between the people of both communities.

Victims and culprits are not so rich and intellect so they will follow your views,

Make sure you don’t poison their innocent hearts.

#Not in anyone’s name

Jai Hind.

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