Should Bajrang Dal get more sophisticated? This question pops up not only in the circles of left intelligentsia but also within the Hindu intellectual circles. But the larger question is, will making the Bajrang Dal act sophisticated undermine the organisation?
Bajrang Dal is the first line of defense for Hindu society. “With no street power, will Hindus be able to protect themselves?” Elites sitting in an AC room having brownies must not point fingers at organisations working on the ground and must not dictate how they should function just because he or she feels has kept the flawed idea of non-violence alive in their senses.
The Hindu society has lost all its resources to defend itself. With no Street power and no religious institutions in our hands, we have surrendered the safety of our civilization at the feet of a political party. Politicians are the slave of voters and have political motives behind their moves. The determination to protect our punyabhumi must come from within the Hindu society. Being the majority doesn’t translate to having an upper hand in the social system. Africa, British India, and Crumpled ancient Civilizations are the greatest example before us. If the faith of the majority community is not an organised faith, it will subconsciously start acting as a minority. So those who claim “Hindus toh 80 percent hai unko kya khatra hai ” must turn pages of history books.
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