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Nathuram Godse's death anniversary observed by Hindu Mahasabha

Nathuram Godses death anniversary observed by Hindu Mahasabha

Indore: In what can be termed another example of the Sangh Parivar organizations extolling Mahatma Gandhi's assassin Nathuram Godse, members of Akhila Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha organised a special yagna to mark the death anniversary of Godse on Wednesday.

The members of the Sabha gathered at Arya Samaj temple in Indore and 'paid tributes' to Godse.

The general secretary of Mahasabha Jitendra Singh Thakur said the day was celebrated as 'Balidan Diwas' to celebrate the 'martyrdom' of Godse.

It may be recalled that Rashtriya Swayam Sevak Sangh (RSS) which had Nathuram Godse as its member, generally refrain from officially doing anything to declare its patronage of the act of assissination. At the same time, Hindutva outfits like the Hindu Mahasabha are seldom apologetic in public about Godse; and they take umbrage under the motto of showing protest against 'minority appeasement'. "It is an attempt to expose the minority appeasement policy that was instigated by Gandhi," said Thakur.

Thakur claimed that it was the pressure by Gandhi that led to the creation of Pakistan as a separate sovereign country alongside India, and which is plotting against India.

Congress sources were quick to react with strong words and commented that the yagna was yet another example of the real face of right wing organisations.

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