Saffron War uncurtails Hindutva terrorism: Sandeep Pandey
Yogi’s politics is extremely dangerous for the social setup: Roop Rekha Verma
BeyondHeadlines News Desk
Lucknow: Saffron War- A war against nation – a film based on the communal terrorist politics being done by MP of BJP and successor of Gorakhnath Peeth Yogi Adityanath; was screened today at UP Press Club in Lucknow on April 16. The film brings out the terrorist activities carried out by Hindutva organizations in the region.
Addressing the audience in the discussion following the screening of the film, social activist Sandeep Pandey said that this experiment is being carried out in whole eastern UP but the activities are being constantly ignored by the government. Yogi Adityanath and the Hindu Yuva Vahini that is supported by him, are responsible for many riots and massacres. Just few days back, a Muslim youth, Sohrab, going to Khalilabad was brutally killed by Hindu Yuva Vahini people. In such a situation, this film reveals the communal experiments that are being carried there.
On this occasion, Advocate Shoaib said that Saffron War not only reveals the terrorist activities that are carried out by a specific community but also reveals that how the dalits, women and children of hindu community are prepared and conditioned with communalism.
Addressing the audience, Former VC, Lucknow University and Secretary, Saajhi Duniya, Prof Roop Rekha Verma said that eastern U.P. is completely trapped by lumpens. Communal forces have made the whole social set up of that area completely patriarchal and against women.
Yugal Kishor Karan Shastri, Mahant from Ayodhya said that Yogi Aditya Nath is running a tradition that is completely against real Yogi tradition. His practices reflect a yogi as a lumpen. He said that this film reveals the truth of such experiments and practices.
The film has been made in Hindi and is directed by young film maker Rajeev Yadav, Shahnawaz Alam, and Lakshman Prasad. The event witnessed the presence of Prof Nadeem Hasnain, Arundhati Dhuru, Sheetla Singh, Suman Gupta, Ambrish Kumar, Siddharth Kalhans, Randheer Singh Suman, Lal Bahadur Singh, Ekta Singh, Ravi Shekhar and many other intellectuals of the city.