The Tribune 12th September 2017
Comments by Simranjit Singh Mann:
Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar) states that the Editor in Chief of The Tribune states day after day that THIS (Theocratic Hindu Indian State) is going through an extreme right wing intolerant stage, but it is inexplicable why he puts the advertisement of the Hindu priest Ramdev on the first page of the newspaper he edits and publishes.
Priest Ramdev says he will chop off the heads of thousands who do not chant the extreme Hindu slogan-Bharat Mata di Jai. The advertisement of the priest in The Tribune further states that those who purchase and consume the products of this fanatic priest will become more patriotic. We live in a modern world and we fail to understand how these products consumed by those will make them more patriotic? Can the Editor in Chief tell us whether he has had these products checked in a forensic science laboratory while propagating this myth?
The priest as per the Communist leaders is said to grind human bones into powder and then mix them into his products.
With the rise of Hindu fundamentalism and radicalism another myth that has become a reality is that the cows urine as per Hindu divinity is being propagated as containing heavenly and divine elements and now the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Adityanath Yogi drinks publicly the cows urine, fresh as it exits from its organ. The picture can be seen below:
If the Editor of The Tribune is turning this old publication into a bulletin of Hindu myths and legends, then it is a different story altogether. We wish him good luck. Carry on Mr. Khare. We raise a cup of black Turkish coffee to him.