Pushpendra Kulshreshtra tweet about Hindu Massacre in Delhi in 1966.

Pushpendra Kulshreshtra is now in News for his immense historical knowledge about India. People are eagerly to wait for his videos. He knows many things. Many people know the history but no one comes forward. Now someone is there to talk about and tell about the history. He read many books but we don’t that’s why we don’t know about our own India’s history. So he wants to create his video channel or come forward and keep giving such speeches. Really this is what people want from Pushpendra. He is really good at it. People are smart and intelligent but don’t have the courage to talk before the audience. This man has the courage, to tell the truth. Since his video has arrived it looks like a lot of people would be angry.

In his latest video’s he is talking about Amir Khan, Nasiruddin Shah, kanhaiya kumar, Mehbooba Mufti, Tukde Tukde gang and many more.

Link : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MvjRldQfs80

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7th Nov 1966 Gopastami Hindu Massacre in Delhi.

Remembering the massive Hindu Killing by Smt. Indira Gandhi in a day of Gopastami 50 years ago in Delhi. While a report says 375, a participant says 5000 Hindus were brutally killed by gun fire by Delhi police and buried in unknown places. 

  In 1966, Hindu organizations agitated to demand a ban on the slaughter of cows in India, as enshrined in Art 48 of the Directive Principles of State Policy in the Constitution of India. Among others, the Shankaracharya fasted for the cause. The agitation culminated in a massive demonstration outside Sansad Bhavan in New Delhi on 7 November 1966. As per Hindu Panchang, that day was Kartik Shukla Ashtami of Vikram Samvat, famously known as Gopashtami among Hindus.

The Prime Minister, Indira Gandhi did not accept the demand for a ban on cow slaughtering. A mass of 10,000 advocates against cow slaughter, led by Hindu holymen and thousands of anti-slaughter Hindu devotees tried to storm the parliament, but were prevented. The mob then entered the parliament campus and the capital city saw a furious agitation of Hindus for banning cow slaughter in India. It was revealed that a small number of Muslims were also participated in that Samsad Bhawan gerao rally. A 48-hour curfew was ordered, all the meetings were banned.The Mob also attacked the then congress president Kamaraj’s Delhi residence and set it on fire. Many died in police firing to control the crowd.

Link : http://www.hinduhumanrights.info/remembering-the-7th-nov-1966-gopastami-hindu-massacre-in-delhi/

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