Modi spoke about tolerance, but Modi haters can’t hear. Here are few reactions

Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke at a function organised at Vigyan Bhawan in New Delhi. The event was organized to celebrate the elevation of two beatified members of the church to sainthood.

Modi has been condemned for his silence on some recent cases of religious intolerance, so this public address should be seen as a bold positive step towards nation building, however, as expected, Modi haters who disguise under the mask of “liberals” were least worried about the message. OpIndia.com team has captured some of the liberal bigots.

Few days back, OpIndia.com commented on a lame post by Scroll.in in which the Scroll editor and well known Modi hater Shivam Vij wrote, “Churches have been mysteriously burnt, adivasis have been beaten up and others made to participate in Hindu “reconversion” ceremonies, Muslim men have been falsely accused and put in jail for “love jihad”, anti-Muslim riots have taken place in Gujarat: the list is endless. Modi did not so much as condemn any of these.”

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Today, when Narendra Modi has talked about religious harmony and appealed to all the religions to act with restraints, the aforementioned Modi hater chose to focus on typo by a news agency to dilute the message:

It should not surprise that this tweet was quickly shared by many of the same tribe, who share any tweet which mentions Modi and Religious Intolerance. Modi haters attack in packs. One Modi hater tweeted lame texts, another joined in.

Referring to attacks at Delhi churches, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said, “these incidents and people have no place in India.” Modi also emphasized that religious tolerance should be in the DNA of all Indians. Modi appealed to all the religions, which means he appealed to “Hindu” group also, however, as usual our journalists had some comprehension problem:

Ideally, an attack on any temple should be an example of religious intolerance. However, some “known” liberals probably find attack on temples less scandalous than attacks on Churches. Recently, a Hindu temple was vandalized in the US.  The Seattle temple was vandalized on the eve of celebrations for the festival of Mahashivratri. However, Rana Ayyub, another committed Modi hater, didn’t want to question Obama on the attack. Surprisingly, or rather unsurprisingly, she was more concerned about thanking Obama: 

Rana Ayyub was joined by her ex-colleague and well known Modi hater Shivam Vij who declared it was all due to the greatness of Barack Obama:

Some Modi supporters were critical that Modi had erred by giving in to demands of those who hate him. And they were not wrong. Look at these two tweets for example:

They will show as if whatever good Modi does is due to their efforts, and yet he has not done enough.

It is sad that every time any BJP leader tries to spread message of harmony among religions, these “liberals” try to dilute and weaken the development by mixing it with useless topics. These self-declared custodians of religious tolerance create bait for fanatics, generalize people who are trapped, and kill any genuine effort.

And then they preach about communal harmony and tolerance.

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