Hindustan Is In Danger not Muslims: Abhishek Banerjee

In a compelling address at an all-faith rally in Kolkata, Abhishek Banerjee, Trinamool Congress (TMC) General Secretary, called for a transcendent perspective beyond religious boundaries, stressing that the entire nation is in jeopardy. Encouraging the audience to discard the lens of religion, Banerjee asserted, “Some say Hindus are in danger, some say Muslims are in danger. I say, remove the lens of religion and see, the entire Hindustan is in danger.”

Banerjee underscored the significance of voting based on a political party’s performance rather than religious affiliations. He urged people to cast their votes for any party, be it BJP or Congress, not in the name of religion but in the name of accomplishments and progress.

Proudly referencing Bengal’s ethos, Banerjee remarked, “Today is a proud day for Bengal. While the whole country is engaged in a religious program, the people of Bengal are standing together on the road, praying for peace. Bengal does not engage in politics of religion; we have only one religion, and that is service should be provided to all.”

The occasion was marked by an all-faith rally, known as the Sanhati rally, organized in Kolkata. According to TMC, the rally symbolized solidarity for all religions, exemplifying unity among diverse beliefs. West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, joining the rally, announced its inclusive route, covering mosques, temples, churches, and gurdwaras. The rally aimed to bring people of all faiths together, fostering a sense of unity and harmony in the region.

TMC shared the sentiment of unity, stating, “Unity lies at the heart of all faiths! Today, at the Sanhati rally, massive crowds gathered to express support for the unity of diverse beliefs alongside Mamata Banerjee and Abhishek Banerjee. It was a breathtaking sight as people from various backgrounds marched together, showcasing solidarity for all religions.”

The rally’s inclusive approach and the shared commitment to unity across religious lines have become a notable symbol of Bengal’s unique political and social landscape.