Hours after the Chhattisgarh Police slapped Hindutva terrorist Kalicharan with sedition, his supporters took to the street to chant slogans in support of Mahatama Gandhi’s assassin, Nathuram Godse. In the video, believed to be from Haryana’s Gurgaon, a group of saffron-clad people could be seen chanting slogans glorifying Godse, the first terrorist of independent India.
One person said, ‘Nathuram Godse.” Others repeated his words, “Amar rahein. (Long live).” Amar Rahe is usually used for those already dead.
As the chanting gained momentum, an overenthusiastic supporter of the Hindutva terrorism shouted, “Sant Kalicharan amar rahein. (Long live Saint Kalicharan).” The person in question realised the mistake as he raised a revised slogan, ” Sant Kalicharan zindabaad (Long live or life to Saint Kalicharan).”
Zindabaad is often used for the country and political leaders who are alive.
Eagle-eyed Twitter users were quick to spot the comical gaffe committed by the supporters of Hindutva terrorism.
#Kalicharan Amar Rahe????
— Harun khan هارون خان (@iamharunkhan) December 31, 2021
Did he just say,” sant kalicharan amar rahe “????????????????????????
— Akshay Bagade (@being_ab_0101) December 31, 2021
Kalicharan is alive why they are shouting ” Kalicharan amar rahe”?
— avinash raj sharma (@avinash_sharma5) December 31, 2021
The trouble for Hindutva terrorist Kalicharan increased manifold on Thursday after the Chhattisgarh Police slapped him with the sedition charge for abusing Mahatma Gandhi and glorifying Nathuram Godse, independent India’s first terrorist.
According to reports, the Chhattisgarh Police have booked Kalicharan under sections 124A (sedition), 153 A (1)(A), 153 B (1)(A), 295 A ,505(2), and 124A of the IPC. The Chhattisgarh Police said in a statement, “He (Kalicharan) has been booked under section 505 (2) (creating and promoting enmity hatred) and section 294 (obscene act at place) of the IPC. On the basis of investigation, we have also included charges under section 153 A (1), 153 B (1) etc of the IPC.”
Kalicharan had Bhupesh Baghel had asked Mishra at a gathering of Hindu religious leaders in Chhattisgarh.