KRK speaks on Hindu gods and gau rakshaks. This time you can't just call it nonsense

KRK recently took a jibe on gau raksha and the ongoing debate over the beef ban and surprisingly he actually made sense. Read his statement here

Stop everything that you’re doing right now because controversy’s favourite child Kamaal R Khan aka KRK just made a lot of sense. Known for his controversial tweets and strange direct movie reviews just took a jibe on the ongoing debate on the beef ban and cow vigilantism saying that the growing violence is not due to religious faith but just a power struggle.

KRK took to Twitter to say that if it really about religion as it is being portrayed, people would be a ban on rat poison considering that rat is believed to Lord Ganesha’s vehicle. Similarly, he pointed, if it was about religion and faith, people who kill snakes would be lynched considering that Lord Shiva wears a snake around his neck.

“If it was about faith, there would be a ban on rat poison. Because rat is Lord Ganesha’s vehicle,” he said in one tweet.

“If it was about faith, then pigs would be worshipped as cows in India. Because pigs are also Lord Vishnu’s avatar,” KRK said in another tweet.

He further went on to assert that mob lynching, cow vigilantism and “gau raksha” is nothing but a way of spreading hatred, violence, and politics at play at the moment.





*Am moment to acknowledge this rare moment pliss*


This is not the first time that KRK has kept his opinion on Gau raksha. Recently, KRK lashed out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi after the latter spoke about the recent incidents of cow vigilantism. “Killing people in the name of Gau Bhakti is not acceptable. This is not something Mahatma Gandhi would approve,” PM Modi had said in a tweet.

Responding strongly to the Prime Minister, KRK said that even if Mahatma Gandhi did not approve this the PM and that was “enough for bhakts.”Modi Sir, if Mahatma Gandhi wouldn’t approve, so what? You approved n that’s enough for Bhakts,” KRK said.

Read More: KRK slams PM Narendra Modi after he speaks on ‘gau rakshaks’ in Gujarat

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