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Tuesday, May 28, 2024

West Bengal: Leader Ajit Mahato makes sacrilegious remarks against Devi Durga and Devi Saraswati, complaint filed

Hate speech against Hindus and their beliefs continues. Now, a Kudmi leader of West Bengal made dirty remarks against Hindu Gods and Goddesses in an open rally. As the video went viral, angry Hindus protested. Also, a complaint has been filed at Purulia Town Police Station.

Ajit Mahato is a Kudmi leader based in the Purulia district of West Bengal. A recent video of him is viral on different social media platforms. In the video, Ajit Mahato spewed venom against Hindu Gods and Goddesses.

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He said, “Durga Puja and Saraswati Puja are not for us. Saraswati has four hands. Durga Has ten hands. Panchanan has five heads. How is that possible? Have you seen anyone nowadays born with ten or four hands? No. All these are fake.”

He continues, “How does Durga sleep at night with her ten hands? Tell me, how does she wear a blouse? At least, tell me who sews her blouse?”

As the video went viral, angry Hindus held a rally in Purulia town. They demanded his immediate arrest. Later, on the 16th of September, a complaint was filed at Purulia Town Police Station. Based on the complaint, the Police have filed an FIR(number- 143/2023) and have started a case under IPC 153A, 295A, 505(2) and 509. As per the latest information, the Police have yet to arrest the hate preacher Kudmi leader.  

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