Popular poet and politician Dr. Kumar Vishwas have landed in the soup for allegedly calling the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) Swayamsewak Sangh, “illiterate” and questioning its understanding of the “Ram Rajya.” Shame_On_Kumarvishwas is trending on Twitter after the video surfaced.
Why Kumar Vishwas being Trolled?
As soon as Kumar Vishwas’ statement came to light, the anger of those associated with RSS and those in the know erupted. Social media users started a trend with the hashtag Shame_On_Kumarvishwas.
After the statement of Kumar Vishwas, the volunteers of RSS got angry, not only this, even those who understand the Rashtriya Swayam Sevak Sangh and its ideology are angry, people are calling the statement of Kumar Vishwas an insult to the entire Hindu society, since RSS Hindu represents society, talks about Hindu nation, so many people are calling Kumar Vishwas’s statement as a secret agenda.
Referring to an incident, Vishwas said that two groups are fighting in the country today: one is the RSS, who know nothing, they are “illiterate”, and the other is the leftists, who are “uninformed”. Digging into the RSS, Vishwas further said that “there are those who have not read the Vedas at all, but often give sermons on the ancient holy scriptures.
Kumar Vishwas issues a statement
Kumar Vishwas has said that whatever I said, in the context in which it was said, should be understood in the same way! Despite this, if someone has taken some other meaning, then I apologize!
In the video, he said that he was referring to a teenager who works in his office and had asked him some questions about what the Budget should look like.
Vishwas further claimed that to drive home his point, he only gave the example of “Ramayana” citing a conversation between Lord Ram and his younger brother Bharat, who was the ruler of Ayodhya at that time.
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