Kashmiri pundits were forcibly made Muslims by Aurangzeb: Yogi Aditya Nath

After targeting Mughal emperor Akbar, now Uttar Pradesh’s CM Yogi Adityanath has taken another Mughal ruler on target. Yogi Adityanath blamed Aurangzeb and said that the Mughal ruler had forced the Kashmiri Pandits to convert to Muslim.

While addressing the people of Banjara community in Lucknow, Yogi Adityanath said that when the tyranny of Aurangzeb started on Kashmiri Pandits, a group of Kashmiri Pandits came to Delhi near Guru Tegh Bahadur for liberation from Aurangzeb and told about suffering that Forcibly our conversion is happening.

  1. Aurangzeb had forced the Kashmiri Pandits to convert to Muslim, Yogi.
  2. Guru Tegh Bahadur never had bowed down in front of Aurangzeb, Yogi
  3. Guru Tegh Bahadur was the ninth Guru of Sikhs.
  4. Yogi had said Maharana pratap was greater king than Akbar.

Kashmiri Pandits told Guru Tegh Bahadur that we are being pressed … being humiliated. Explaining that Guru Tegh Bahadur was the ninth Guru of Sikhs, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath further said that Guru Tegh Bahadur came forward in the rescue of Kashmiri Pandits and told Kashmiri Pandits to go to Aurangzeb and told him that we are ready to convert, but only when our master will convert.

Aurangzeb felt that this was a very easy task and Aurangzeb arrested Guru Tegh Bahadur and started giving various kinds of torture, but Guru Tegh Bahadur never had given up.

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that the people of Banjara community were standing for the honor of Guru Tegh Bahadur at that time and therefore the people of Banjara community should be proud of their ancestors for their efforts made to the country and society.

It is notable that Yogi Adityanath had said in a statement in the past that Mughal emperor Akbar was not great and the 16th century Mewar king Maharana Pratap was great. Yogi praised Maharana Pratap and said that after fighting for many years in the mountains of Aravali, Maharana Pratap had won his state back and also refused to accept Akbar as the king.

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