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Yati Narsinghanand calls Hindu women snakes for not having enough children

The serial hate speech maker has now berated Hindu women and men for not producing enough children

23 Apr 2022

Hindu Women

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Serial hate speech maker Yati Narasinghanand has once again targetted Hindu women and men for not having enough children. He called single childem “insects and worms”, and said men who father only one child “are not men, they are a burden on earth”. However he had saved the worst for women, saying they were “not doing the work of mothers, you are doing the work of serpents.”

In a video widely shared online, Narasinghanand says, “What does Maa Kali do? If her child is in danger, she beheads the enemy and drinks the blood from his neck. And what does the serpent do? She eats her own children. Today I want to say with great sadness, my mothers, sisters and daughters, you are not doing Maa Kali's work. You are doing the work of a serpent."   

He then tells them they were Kafirs according to his reading of the Quran, and told the women in the audience that “rape was a religious” virtue according to the holy book. Narasinghanand also did some publicity for The Kashmir Files and told the women it speaks of rape too.

It is not known where and when the speech in these latest videos shared online where he spews women against Hindu women and men, are from.

According to a report in Jansatta, recently, the saffron clad hate speech maker had given an anti-Muslim speech in Una, Himachal Pradesh and had been warned by the local police not to do so. He was speaking at yet another 'Dharma Sansad' of Akhil Bharatiya Sant Parishad in Una district, and repeated his imaginary theory of an “increasing population of Muslims in the country” and that this was “indicating the decline of Hindus. Once again, Yati, a ‘monk’ therefore celibate, and with no children, said “Hindus should produce more children to protect their family and Sanatan Dharma.”

Yati, who is out on bail, has reportedly already violated bail conditions, with his repeated calls for communal violence, earlier this month at the ‘Hindu Mahapanchayat’ held in Delhi.

A First Information Report (FIR) was then registered against Yati Narsinghanand and other speakers who raised hate speeches at a “Hindu Mahapanchayat" held in Delhi on, April 3, 2022. This hate speech was peppered with fake claims such as “50% of Hindus will convert in 20 years if a Muslim becomes the prime minister of the country” and calling Hindus to “take up arms”. Narsinghanand, told his followers to “take up arms”. Narsinghanand, who heads the Dasna Devi temple in Uttar Pradesh, is currently out on bail granted by the Haridwar Sessions Court.

Related:

Dharam Sansad: Now Army veterans move court seeking probe by SIT into hate speeches
SC issues notice in plea urging criminal prosecution in Dharam Sansad case
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Yati Narsinghanand calls Hindu women snakes for not having enough children

The serial hate speech maker has now berated Hindu women and men for not producing enough children

Hindu Women

Image Courtesy: shethepeople.tv

Serial hate speech maker Yati Narasinghanand has once again targetted Hindu women and men for not having enough children. He called single childem “insects and worms”, and said men who father only one child “are not men, they are a burden on earth”. However he had saved the worst for women, saying they were “not doing the work of mothers, you are doing the work of serpents.”

In a video widely shared online, Narasinghanand says, “What does Maa Kali do? If her child is in danger, she beheads the enemy and drinks the blood from his neck. And what does the serpent do? She eats her own children. Today I want to say with great sadness, my mothers, sisters and daughters, you are not doing Maa Kali's work. You are doing the work of a serpent."   

He then tells them they were Kafirs according to his reading of the Quran, and told the women in the audience that “rape was a religious” virtue according to the holy book. Narasinghanand also did some publicity for The Kashmir Files and told the women it speaks of rape too.

It is not known where and when the speech in these latest videos shared online where he spews women against Hindu women and men, are from.

According to a report in Jansatta, recently, the saffron clad hate speech maker had given an anti-Muslim speech in Una, Himachal Pradesh and had been warned by the local police not to do so. He was speaking at yet another 'Dharma Sansad' of Akhil Bharatiya Sant Parishad in Una district, and repeated his imaginary theory of an “increasing population of Muslims in the country” and that this was “indicating the decline of Hindus. Once again, Yati, a ‘monk’ therefore celibate, and with no children, said “Hindus should produce more children to protect their family and Sanatan Dharma.”

Yati, who is out on bail, has reportedly already violated bail conditions, with his repeated calls for communal violence, earlier this month at the ‘Hindu Mahapanchayat’ held in Delhi.

A First Information Report (FIR) was then registered against Yati Narsinghanand and other speakers who raised hate speeches at a “Hindu Mahapanchayat" held in Delhi on, April 3, 2022. This hate speech was peppered with fake claims such as “50% of Hindus will convert in 20 years if a Muslim becomes the prime minister of the country” and calling Hindus to “take up arms”. Narsinghanand, told his followers to “take up arms”. Narsinghanand, who heads the Dasna Devi temple in Uttar Pradesh, is currently out on bail granted by the Haridwar Sessions Court.

Related:

Dharam Sansad: Now Army veterans move court seeking probe by SIT into hate speeches
SC issues notice in plea urging criminal prosecution in Dharam Sansad case
SC to hear plea seeking SIT probe in ‘Dharam Sansad’ due to lack of substantive police inquiry
Supreme Court directs Uttarakhand Govt to file status report on FIRs in ‘Dharam Sansad
Jitendra Tyagi’s Dharam Sansad hate speech intended to wage war: Uttarakhand High Court
Maharashtra police books Narsinghanand for hate speech against former President Kalam
Yati Narsinghanand granted Bail in Case of 'Derogatory Remarks' Against Women

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