India is witnessing one of its major mass movements in history currently. The people of India had initially raised their collective voice against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and National Register of Citizens (NRC) but now the protestors have taken it upon themselves to out every propaganda and abuse of power the BJP government has done since coming in power.
The people have also slammed the current regime for its Hindutva agenda and after the violent attack on the students of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) by a Hindutva outfit, the Twitterati have taken it upon themselves to differentiate the Hindusim from the Hindutva terror.
The #HindusRejectHindutav trended on the micro-blogging website with thousands of users using the hashtag to condemn the terror and abuse in the name of Hinduism.
NEVER FORGET— Rofl Republic (@i_theindian) January 9, 2020
Nathuram Godse, India's first Hindutva terrorist assassinated Mahatma Gandhi - one of history's greatest voices of peace & non-violence
Hindutva terrorist Pragya Thakur mercilessly killed 40 innocents including a 10-year old child in Malegaon#HindusRejectHindutva pic.twitter.com/2IQLFLnsYv
I love my Hindu friends— Kamran Shahid (@CitizenKamran) January 9, 2020
I respect Hinduism
But I REJECT HINDUTVA
Keep tweeting with #HindusRejectHindutva
BJP and RSS often use their cadres clad in "burqa" to throw beef inside Hindu temples or place pork outside mosques to incite hatred and communal tensions between us.— Rofl Republic (@i_theindian) January 9, 2020
Let's reclaim our beautiful country from the Hindutva thugs.#HindusRejectHindutvahttps://t.co/MzfwSlXrFf
Dear BJP, I’m a Hindu and I reject Hindutva— Ashish Vivek Merukar (@AMerukar) January 9, 2020
Don’t teach me about my own religion. Who I should worship. How I should dress or what I should eat.#HindusRejectHindutva
The Definition of Hinduism these days has never been what I have been taught at my home. My parents offered chairs to all classes of people and taught us the same.#HindusRejectHindutva pic.twitter.com/Z8ODawlAOJ— Sweety (@Sweetie16022) January 9, 2020
A group of masked men armed with sticks and rods attacked students and teachers and damaged property on the campus on January 5, prompting the university administration to call in the police.
At least 35 people, including JNU Students' Union president Aishe Ghosh, were injured in the violence. They were admitted to AIIMS Trauma Centre and discharged on Monday.