After Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan condemned Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Israel visit by calling it 'anti-terrorism ally with a terrorist state', the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Friday lashed out at the former stating that this remark shows he has anti-national sentiments and the left in known for it.
Speaking to ANI, BJP leader, Gaurav Bhatia said, "It is very unfortunate that Chief Minister of a state fails to understand the constitution of India. The world sees this meeting as a success story when Prime Minister Narendra Modi met Benjamin Netanyahu recently. India is very optimistic regarding the mutual gains that both the countries will have but it is sad that Kerala CM is trying to critise and take contrary stands. This shows that he has anti-national sentiments and the left party has always been known for it".
Resonating similar views, another saffron party leader Nalin Kohli slammed the left party asserting that this is how hollow their ideologies are and proved rightly.
"It's a statement clearly confirming that the left party's thinking is locked in a time war that does not exist anymore. In any case they have made themselves a left out ideology; they are hardly prevalent anywhere in the world. The left are only exposing how hollow they own ideology is and what they political stances are?," Kohli told ANI.
In a Facebook post, Vijayan said that the Indians have always supported the Palestinians, who have been always suppressed by Israel.
"India's mind is against the Israeli outrage that is branded as a threat to the Palestinian people's struggle to survive in their own soil. Zionist aims not only to build the Jews of the Jews but also to completely eliminate Palestine. Recognizing this, the Indian people have always supported Palestine resistance," his Facebook post read.
"It is because of the mood of the Sangh Parivar that we live in front of the gunfire of the Israeli Army, Unity in the Modi-Netanyahu joint statement is unity between the Sangh Parivar and Zionism ideologies. The unity of despotism, hatred and civil liberties became unanimous," it read.
Here is a translation of Vijayan's Facebook post:
It is not fun to use a "anti-terrorist" ally with a terrorist state that is killing innocent people. Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Israel has been transformed into a strategic partnership with Israel's global advisers Israel and transformed the US-Israeli-India axis into a strategic partnership.
India's mind is against the Israeli outrage that is branded as a threat to the Palestinian people's struggle to survive in their own soil. Zionist aims not only to build the Jews of the Jews but also to completely eliminate Palestine. Recognizing this, the Indian people have always supported Palestine resistance.
India is also the opposite of a non-aligned nation, with the Israeli policy of denying citizenship to the Palestinians and continuing to pursue the racist lounges without considering UN resolutions and internationally. From this point of view, the slogan of the Narendra Modi has changed.
It is because of the mood of the Sangh Parivar that we live in front of the gunfire of the Israeli army, Unity in the Modi-Netanyahu joint statement is unity between the Sangh Parivar and Zionism ideologies. The unity of despotism, hatred and civil liberties became unanimous.
Modi's visit to Israel is a huge celebration in the background of democratic states ignoring the invasion of Israel in close proximity to Israel. The Zionist sympathetic attitude of Narendra Modi without visiting Ramadama, the head of the Palestine Authority, continued to support Israel from indirectly supporting Israeli UN resolutions condemning Israel's human rights violation.
India, living in different religions, can never accept the path of Zionism.
The decline of the Zionist nation and cruelty can be seen as a blind way for the RSS's communal agenda to gain acceptability.
The profit from arms sales is being used to suppress the Palestinian people. It is a dangerous indication that helplessness for colonizing the occupying forces is a signal. In the name of food and religion, these are the politics of hatred which points to the way out of the country. People have a strong emotion towards this tendency.
After concluding his three-day visit to Israel, Prime Minister Narendra Modi headed to Germany to attend the G-20 Summit.
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