Hate Speech

CJP moves Maharashtra Police against the Hateful and Provocative Speech delivered by Kajal Hindustani in Mudkhed, Nanded

During her speech, she propagated fake conspiracy theories about Love Jihad, Land Jihad, religious conversion, and accused Muslim citizens of trapping Hindu girls to convert them to Islam.

Suresh Chavhanke, notorious for hate speech, lashes out at the Maharashtra government for allocating funds to minorities

Calling minority funds a ‘return gift’ to those who did ‘vote-jihad’ TV news anchors and notorious hate speech giver, RSS member Sursesh Chavhanke calls out the Maharashtra government led by Eknath Shinde.

YouTuber who campaigned with Rajasthan CM, Pawan Sahu uses slur against Hindu voters

After the BJP lost the Lok Sabha seat in Ayodhya, YouTuber Pawan Sahu and TV Actor who played Ram on Ramayana series took to social media to reportedly abuse the Hindu voters of Ayodhya.

Did hate speech deliver victories for the BJP? A constituency-wise analysis

BJP’s star campaigners have been notorious for engaging in dog-whistling and hate speech. Did it work this time? Sabrang India’s analysis shows that over 8 seats in Maharashtra, 4 in UP, 2 in Rajasthan, and several others which saw campaigning by BJP’s big names failed to result in an electoral victory. BJP lost in about 17 seats where it saw these big campaigns that bordered on communal speeches.

Former MP Kirit Somaiya labels Mumbai’s Muslim community as ‘Bangladeshi’

After BJP’s Mihir Kotecha lost in the Lok Sabha elections, BJP’s Somaiya has taken to blaming the loss on Muslims and has called Muslims from Mankhurd ‘Bangladeshi.’

Himanta Biswa Sarma in latest hate speech blames people of ‘specific religion’ for BJP loss in Nagaland, Meghalaya

The Assam chief minister spoke to the media at the BJP’s state office and says he blames people of a ‘specific religion’ in Nagaland, Manipur, and Meghalaya for the loss of the NDA alliance in these states.

Rising tide of hate speech marks India’s general assembly election campaigns

BJP’s top leaders while campaigning for elections, invoked anti-Muslim tropes, violent imagery, and conspiracy theories

Spewing hate, slurring Muslims: an unchecked decade-long diatribe by Bharatiya Janata Party?

Our team at SabrangIndia has prepared a listicle of provocative and inflammatory speeches delivered by BJP top leaders, including the Prime Minister, period of 2016 to 2024 to expose how party leaders have used hate to validate the otherosation of the Muslim community

“We will fight back, alongside the other proud Indians, against your venom, for the Amrit of our Constitution”: Open Letter to Prime Minister Modi...

In a biting critique of the hate speech rendered by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi that is symptomatic of the hate in his entire organisations and cadres (the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and Hindu Mahasabha), this famed writer from Kerala, author of ‘God is Neither a Khomeini nor a Mohan Bhagwat holds the man to account and shame

‘Inflammatory, communal’: Modi inciting hate in Jharkhand, poll official told

A civil society delegation of the Loktantra Bachao 2024...

Tamil Nadu Congress Committee moves Madras HC, urges court to direct ECI to demand an explanation from PM Modi for his alleged hate filled...

The petitioners also bemoaned over one show cause notice issued to BJP by the ECI even after continuous hate riddled speeches, asking why notice was issued to party when PM Modi is the "individual culprit" behind the hate statements.

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