Bharatiya Janata Party’s Rajasthan President Madan Lal Saini made a statement On Wednesday that was not only the problematic but also wildly inaccurate. He said, “When Humayun was dying, he called Babur and said, ‘If you want to rule Hindustan, you must keep three things in mind – respect cows, Brahmins and women.’ There should be no attempt to insult them.”
In reality, Humayun was the son of Babur and Babur actually died 25 years before Humayun. So, yes Madan Lal Saini’s statement is literally not possible.
Kollywood actor Siddharth reacted on the statement of Madan Lal Saini and wrote on his twitter, “Humayun originally called Alexander but his ISD was deactivated owing to excess love jihad. Then they formed a whatsapp group called destroy Hindus with the Pope as admin. Then they caused a drought that created #Rajesthan out of the Indian Ocean. Stop lynching #IndianHistory.”
Siddharth again wrote “Dei! I just saw and heard the Rajasthan BJP president say Humayun called his father(who died decades before)and they spoke about brahmins and cows and women. Pause your frothing mouth and listen and see clearly. There is no reward for ignorance except hate. Bliss is almost dead!” He further wrote, “Yes ‘my’ state Kerala! … because we all live in one melted land mass called South. You are neither neutral nor a monk. I am an Indian Tamil Hindu who believes every citizen of this country is equal, including you, no matter how little you do to deserve it. I don’t hate. Bye.”
Siddharth added, “Please teach your 10 year old what you were not taught; that it’s not fair to judge, not polite to stare, and not necessary to interfere when two consenting adults express their love. If it still bothers you, wait & your 10 year old will teach you with his wisdom in a few years.”
Humayun originally called Alexander but his ISD was deactivated owing to excess love jihad. Then they formed a whatsapp group called destroy Hindus with the Pope as admin. Then they caused a drought that created #Rajesthan out of the Indian Ocean. Stop lynching #IndianHistory https://t.co/UWfYKT1iAe
— Siddharth (@Actor_Siddharth) July 25, 2018