India’s Arab Spring is what the enemies want: Major General Bakshi

India’s Arab Spring is what the enemies want: Major General Bakshi
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While referring to JNU leader Kanhaiya Kumar’s elevation at the national scene, veteran Army General Major General G D Bakshi felt that a situation like Arab Spring was being conspired by enemies of India. Major General Bakshi was speaking at a public meeting for the cause of the nation organised by the Jagruta Bharat on Sunday. 

Hyderabad: While referring to JNU leader Kanhaiya Kumar’s elevation at the national scene, veteran Army General Major General G D Bakshi felt that a situation like Arab Spring was being conspired by enemies of India. Major General Bakshi was speaking at a public meeting for the cause of the nation organised by the Jagruta Bharat on Sunday.

He felt Kanhaiya to be an element of greater conspiracy by enemies of that nation which were bent upon dividing the nation on the lines of ideology and caste. “They want to create a situation which prompted Arab Spring and pushed several countries into instability and chaos,” he said.

Bakshi held that the NGOs, youth organisations, press, advocates and trade unions which had lost their integrity were behind his prominence. He alleged that the JNU leader was commiserating the death of Afzal Guru for the last three years and that now he is denying the same. Kanhaiya was the one who raised slogans against the nation inside the campus.

“The ideology which he represents lost its foothold even in Russia, because of the violence it had unleashed. Over 10 million men and women were slaughtered in Russia and several lakhs were killed in China under leadership of Stalin and Mao,” he added. Referring to the book written by US-based author, Rajiv Malhotra, he said that the conspiracy to break India was in the offing based on the fault lines known as Afro-Dalit project.

He said that historically, India has been a victim of conspiracies based on caste. After the year 1857, he pointed out that the English had exploited the caste divide within the Indian society. It was the first time that the district gazetteer mentioned caste in the entries of citizens.

Terming Pakistan as the biggest enemy of country, Bakshi felt that it must be broken into four parts, as the Indian Army during 1971 tore it into two. He said that the enemy, which had a face-off with the Indian Army, had adopted a different path by engaging terrorist activities. “We shall not keep quite.

I hope that the next generation would break it into four parts on the lines we broke it into two,” he cried. Supreme Court Advocate, Monika Arora, S Sitarama Sastry, poet and lyricist, Dr Vamsa Tilak, general secretary, Samarasata Vedika and others spoke on the occasion. While Editor of Andhra Bhoomi, M V R Sastry presided over the function.

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