Bihar blogger Kiran Yadav who abused Bhagwan Ram booked for fraud

Kiran Yadav a blogger from Bihar has been booked in a case of embezzling funds collected in the name of a family whose daughter was burnt for resisting a molestation attempt.

Reports state that Yadav had collected money for helping the family of one Gulnaz who died while receiving treatment at the hospital. Gulnaz’s mother had lodged a police complaint alleging that Yadav who is a popular figure on social media had sought funds stating that she wanted to help the victim’s family but never handed over the money to the family.

In addition to Yadav, her husband Raju Rai, Satish Rai, Vijay Rai, and Chanda Rai have also been booked as accused in the case. Yadav was earlier arrested for insulting Hindu Devis and Devatas. The Vaishali police had booked for attempting to cause communal disharmony by making derogatory comments against Hindu deities and hurting Hindu religious sentiments.

In the above video, Yadav can be seen using derogatory language for Bhagwan Ram. While refusing to wish people on the occasion of Ram Navami, Yadav says that Bhagwan Ram’s father Raja Dashrath was impotent then how did the queens conceive and give birth.

She even questions the birth of Prabhu Sri Ram’s sons and on the chastity of Devi Sita by saying that she goes to the forest without her husband yet gives birth to two sons.

She then goes on to say that only Dalits, backward classes, and Muslims should follow her on social media and not Brahmins and Rajputs. She even throws a challenge to people asking them to confront in person much like how Muslims who abuse Hindus do. She glorifies Islamic invaders while stating that Rajputs were afraid of Islamic invaders like Ghazni and Khilji.

It is apparent that she neither knows Dharma nor history but only wants to spread misinformation and hatred against Hindus. Hindu bashing has become a fashion these days and everyone from so-called stand-up comedians to social media sensation, who are attention-seekers like Kiran Yadav aim to gain popularity by abusing Hindu Dharma.

Another Islamist YouTuber Heer Khan was arrested by the Prayagraj Police for abusing Hindu Devis and Devatas. A report by OpIndia says “In a video full of derogatory words and expletives against Hindu deities, Khan also called Bhagwan Ram a son of r*andi in the video. she abused Devi Sita and called her r*andi(sex worker) and referred to Ayodhya as a who*ehouse. She claimed in her video that if anyone says anything against Islam, Muslims will not sit quietly”.

A so-called stand-up comedian Munnawar Faruqui has similarly made a living by abusing Hindus and Hindu deities. ‘Comedian’ Munawar Faruqui, who rose to fame by insulting the Hindu victims of the Godhra riots of 2002, peddling conspiracy theories of RSS involvement in the Gujarat carnage and mocking Hindu deities, was allegedly thrashed on Friday by leaders of a rights group in Indore in Madhya Pradesh, reported Zee News. He was then taken to Tukoganj police station along with the organizers reported OpIndia.

In all the above cases Hindus have always resorted to legal means such as registering a case with the police. Contrast this with how Islamists ransacked two police stations in addition to setting a Dalit MLA’s house on fire in Bengaluru merely because the MLA’s nephew replied to a provocative post by an Islamist against Hindu Bhagwans. Despite this Hindus are portrayed as aggressors by both the Abrahamic faiths.

Hindu tolerance has for long been construed as weakness and it is time we stop tolerating the likes of Yadav, a proven fraud, who are spreading misinformation and derogating Hindu Dharma only to gain popularity and earn money.

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