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Propagandist Dhruv Rathee mocks Manohar Parrikar’s death to score political brownie points

Mocking those leaders who are suffering from life-threatening ailments is normalised and even encouraged by 'liberals'

In their blind hate for Prime Minister Modi, propagandist Dhruv Rathee has graduated from speaking the same language as that of terrorists to mocking a dead man. Taking a dig on former Goa Chief Minister who was suffering from cancer and passed away last month after a prolonged illness, Dhruv Rathee said that the ‘chowkidars’ will now have to ‘find an excuse’ why ‘Parrikarji could not try gobar recipe to cure his cancer’.

Rathee was trying to mock the BJP and its supporters for having chosen Sadhvi Pragya, was given bail after 8 years in custody in a case where the NIA has given her a clean chit. To mock her, he again displayed his Hindu hate by mocking the Hindus by claiming that ‘chowkidars’ have to ‘justify’ that ‘gobar’ (cow dung) could cure cancer. Sadhvi Pragya, while listing out benefits of cows and cow urine had mentioned how cow urine has chemicals that could cure cancer. While cow urine can cure cancer or not could be debatable, doctors have agreed that it contains medicinal value.

However, in his bid to mock Hindus, Rathee twisted the statement to say that Sadhvi Pragya consumed cow dung to cure her cancer. He then further mocked former Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar and wondered why he did not use ‘cow dung’ to cure his cancer.

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By this time, his tweet has been retweeted almost 5,500 times and ‘liked’ by almost 19,000 people. This just shows how much hate people generally have against Modi that they are willing to let go of their basic human decency and mock a man who died of cancer. Many people on Twitter called out his vile and obnoxious tweet.

Twitter users, especially those who have lost their near and dear ones to the deadly disease expressed their dislike for this distasteful tweet.

The ‘gau mutra’ and ‘gobar’ references by Rathee stink of the language used by Ahmed Dar, the terrorist who carried out the Pulwama terror attack. Dar had vowed to kill those who drink cow urine.

Rathee was not the only one to suggest how Parrikar could’ve been given cow urine to cure his cancer.

Jairaj P runs to participate in trending anti-BJP trending hashtags and is followed by various Congress leaders as well as official Congress account on Twitter.

Apparently, mocking people who are undergoing treatments for their ailments, especially life-threatening, is not only normalised, but encouraged.

Earlier, Congress-supporting troll Sanjukta had also stooped low and mocked External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj’s kidney ailment and suggested why did she take help of modern medicine instead of ‘cow urine’.

In a bizarre move she once even posted her own picture while urging PM Modi supporters to drink cow urine.

This is not the first time ‘liberals’ like Rathee have used the ‘cow urine’ or ‘gobar’ dig to demean Hindus.

Dhruv Rathee tweet speaking the language of Pulwama terror attack

‘Journalist’ Sagarika Ghose has time again used ‘Gaushala’ as a creative euphemism for ‘Hindutva’.

Abusive troll Swati Chaturvedi also regularly uses the ‘gau mutra’ dig to demean Hindus.

We have seen time and again how the argument of “Brahminism” has been used to demean Hindus. We have also seen how whenever the “secular” cabal tries to shield Islamists by deriding Hindus, referring to Hindus as “cow piss drinkers” is not uncommon.

And now, it is used to mock those undergoing treatment or died of cancer.

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