The calm water is disturbed now
The peaceful air is polluted by noise,
Just because of only one statement
By our Home Minister's own voice.
Just disclosing the Hindutva terror
He has shown courage to awake the lion.
Like the falling leaves of dead tree
Or like the drops of falling rain to the earth,
Comments are thrown to him
Directly or indirectly from various sides.
Leaders of hindutva groups, with anger
Started roaring like a wounded lion.
Mohan Bhagwat or Praveen Togadiya
All are the army of same chain.
Muslim hatred is their main policy
Want to establish Manu based Ram Rajya,
Exposing over-nationalism, is their fake agenda.
After every bomb blast Muslims were blamed
They created the ‘Indian Mujahidin'
In order the image of Muslims to defame.
The so called Indian Mujahidin came forward
And took the responsibility of every blast.
Just after every bomb blast, e-mail were being sent
By the claim of Jihad and revenge,
Spread the anger and hatred throughout the nation.
A large number of Muslim youths
From every corners of the country,
Have been punished for the years.
Have anybody ever thought, the condition
Of the alleged accused, in jail or in outside?
Individually their future is destroyed
Rests of the youths are horribly terrorized.
Although the situation is getting changed
The so called accused are being released,
Real culprits and terrorists are being arrested,
From the hindutva groups, those are masterminded.
But may I request to the authority
Don't stop by giving the statement only,
Move forward through the proper channel,
Uproot the well planned, long term conspiracy
Wake up protect the nation once again.
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