Watch how CPI leader D Raja’s daughter insults Hindu God Without Knowing The Truth

It is a very common agenda of the Communist party to mock Hindus and Hindu Gods from decades. The ideology of the left parties has always been against the National interest in the name of freedom of speech and expression.

They have openly supported the naxals and Maoist activities in India and even spoken against the Indian Army on many occasion.

Recently a video emerged on social media in which D Raja’s (leader of the Communist Party of India) daughter Aparajitha, is seen mocking and abusing Hindu Gods Durga and Parvathi. She goes to say, the Hindu Gods look like devils and how could one pray such demon looking Gods. She has insulted the sentiment of millions, but no media will ever highlight the issue, as in our country mocking Hindus is the birth right of secular and liberal people.

Listen to her shameless words!

This is not the first time D Raja’s daughter has insulted Hindus, but she has been very active in giving hate speeches against India and Hindus in JNU. She was in the same gang who chanted anti India slogans in JNU last year supporting terrorists Afzal Guru and Yakub Menon.

She had lead the team along with Kanhaiya Kumar and Umar Khalid to provoke the students against India. She had also called the Indian army murders of innocents. She never spoke a word condemning Pak sponsored terrorist who brutally murdered our jawans in Uri and Pathankot attack, but was first to demand punishment of army for using pellet guns against stone pelters.

She was also booked under IPC section 124A, 120B, 147 & 149 for sedition charges, rioting and criminal conspiracy. Although her father is given a MP bungalow in Delhi, she has been giving a luxury room in JNU campus. According to many JNU students, she organises meeting and gatherings in her room along with Kanhaiya Kumar and many other left student wing activists and leads all protests against India in the name of freedom of speech.

Courtesy : postcard.news

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