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Criticism of Muslim rulers trigger liberals and Islamists, as they come together to attack IAS officer on Twitter

Upadhyay pointed out that Oxford University was built around same time as the Sultans were busy building their own tombs in India. The 'liberals' and Islamists were not able to digest the truth and attacked him on Twitter.

IAS officer Somesh Upadhyay on Tuesday ruffled quite a few feathers by criticising the Islamic invaders who ruled India for centuries.

Upadhyay pointed out that Oxford University was built around same time as the Sultans were busy building their own tombs in India. The ‘liberals’ and Islamists were not able to digest the truth and attacked him on Twitter.

One Twitter user ‘Mahir Abbas’ claimed that the Sultans and Mughals developed many madarsas in India which gave India ‘brightest mind of that time’. Abbas forgot to mention that the same Sultans destroyed Indian centres for learning like Nalanda, which was founded way back in 5th century. Moreover, now the same madarsas in India are breeding ground for Islamic terrorists.

Subconsciously Rizvi proved Upadhyay’s point that Sultans were busy building tombs (Taj Mahal) in India. One Islamist unknowingly even ended up referring to the Congress as ‘Sultans’.

Liberals also joined in an attacked Upadhyay and cast aspersions that his tweet criticising the Islamic invaders will assure him a promotion under the BJP-led NDA government.

And like clockwork, went after his employment.

He was also attacked for his ‘Brahmin privilege’.

Self proclaimed ‘historians’ thought of giving a lesson or two in history to Upadhyay.

India may not have had the Islamic invaders ruling India at the time Oxford was established, but they were busy looting India. Mahmood Ghazni invaded India and looted the Somnath temple for the first time in 1024 AD. Five years after Oxford University was established. In 1175 AD, Mahmood Ghori invaded India in 1175 AD.

Further, she talks about the ‘madarsa’ at Qutub Complex. Well, UNESCO World Heritage list mentions that the two temples were built using ‘reused material from 20 Brahman temples’. By the way, that is just a politically correct and watered down way of saying built after destroying Hindu temples. As per the British Library, the Qutub Minar complex in southern Delhi was initiated by Qutub-ud-din Aibak, the first Sultan of Delhi and the founder of the Slave Dynasty. “It was built on the site of Rai Piathora’s Hindu temple using the remains from 27 other Hindu and Jain temples. Carved Hindu motifs on salvaged and recyled masonry are found throughout the mosque in combination with later Islamic arabesque patterns and Quranic inscriptions.”

Later, Upadhyay took to Twitter to point out how he was attacked relentlessly by the so-called liberals who call themselves champions of freedom of speech, for exercising the very right.

Hypocrisy much?

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