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Remind BJP leadership why Jan Sangh was?

Remind BJP leadership why Jan Sangh was?

Author: Premendra agrawal
Publication: Sulekha.com
Date: June 14, 2009
URL: http://newshopper.sulekha.com/blogs/post/2009/06/remind-bjp-leadership-why-jan-sangh-was.htm

Q.: Question arises, why was Jan Sangh formation in 1951?
A.: Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherji, founder of Jan Sangh was in Congress as well as in Pt Jawaharlal Nehru's cabinet. Why he resigned from the Nehru's Cabinet on April 6, 1950?
Mukerjee was political leader who felt the need to counteract the communalist and separatist Muslim League. Mukerjee adopted causes to protect Hindus against what he believed to be the communal propaganda and the divisive agenda of the Muslim League and appeasement policy of Congress.

Q.: Is present political situation different?
A.: The parrots utter one cry, the quail another: "Modi Modi Modi" "Gujarat Riot Gujarat Riot Gujarat Riot" and "Secular Secular Secular". 'Savan ke andhe ko hara hi hara dikhata hai." Secular media sees everywhere greenish except NDA ruled states, especially Gujarat. Except nationalist and Hindu organizations, all are secular. Muslim League, Bangladeshi infiltrators, Separatists, Terrorists, Naxalites, Christian organizations, Madarsas are secularists. If you have no ticket of your party, then don't worry. You may join others such as NCP, SSP, LJP or other newly party of your area. Bangarappa resigned and joined SSP to SSP office in Karnatak. Nirupam now says he is secular now.

The Indian Union Muslim League party is a classic case of the 'secular'. There is still a Muslim League shares power-bed with Congress in the center.

Now Shard Yadav, divider of Janta Dal in pieces and Comrade Sudhir Kulkarni want to guide Advani and other leaders.

http://www.newsanalysisindia.com/?tag=/india+general+elections+2009+manmohan+rahul+sonia+upa+secular+pm+left+congress+bjp

Q.: Why Jan Sangh formation was in 1951? Get answer from Kedarnath Sahni
A.: In 1951, there was Hindu Maha Sabha. Question arises, why Jan Sangh formation was in 1951? Most probably we may get answer from Kedarnath Sahni who is still in Delhi.

Kedarnath Sahni frankly said that he felt proud to be a swayamsevak of Rashtriya Swayamsvak Sangh. Sahni, former governor of Goa was removed by Congress led government making charge related to his RSS connection: "Raj hamara, governor tumhara: How long will this last?" http://newsanalysisindia.com/131052007.htm
I do not mention the name of Atalji and Advaniji because both came into the picture only during a Jan Sangh Adhiveshan (Conference) at Kanpur in 1952. Among few lucky alive personalities Kedarnath Sahni was present on the foundation day of Jan Sangh October 21, 1951 at the Raghu Mal Arya Girl's Senior Secondary School in in Raja Bazaar, Gole Market of Delhi. It is unfortunate for Delhi BJPians that at present Gole Market is represented by Shiela Dixit.

Q.: Why Mukherji resigned from Hindu Maha Sabha?
A.: Once up on a time he was also a president of Hindu Maha Sabha.
Mukerjee and his future followers would always cite inherent Hindu practices of tolerance and communal respect as the reason for a healthy, prosperous and safe Muslim population in the country in the first place. He wanted the Hindu Mahasabha not to be restricted to Hindus alone or work as apolitical body for the service of masses. Mukerjee also condemned the murder of Mahatma Gandhi. He left the Hindu Maha Sabha.

At the time of Jan Sangh formation in 1951, there were 53 political parties which fought first parliamentary election of 1952 in Independent India. 27 parties could not win a single seat. Among the winning parties, Jan Sangh had three Lok Sabha Members including Mukherji.
After consultation with Madhav Sadashiv Golwalkar, leader of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, Mukherjee founded the Jan Sangh (Indian People's Union) on October 21, 1951 at Delhi and became its first President There are still Sangh adhikari (Leaders) of that time. Details can be known from them, if any needed.

Q.: Political murder of Netaji Bose, Mukherji and Deendayal
A.: The BJP founded in 1980, is a direct successor of The Bharatiya Jana Sangh. In 1953, Mukherjee was jailed in Kashmir by then Indian Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru. After his death (or political murder under the conspiracy) in custody, BJP is led by Atalji and Advaniji. After Mukherji there was another political murder of Deendayal Upadhyay in the railway yard of Mughalsarai. Who want to forget these murders to remind only the murder of Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi.


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