The BJP MP Subramanian Swamy who is known for protecting Hindu culture has finally responded on the curious case of Swami Paripoornananda’s detention from Hyderabad. His letter to the Telangana CM is now making sensation across the Internet. It is a known thing that Swami Paripoornananda, the Seer of Sri Peetam, Kakinada had been expelled from the city of Hyderabad to Kakinada. He was detained under the Section 3 of Anti Social Act for doing a protest to defend God Rama against Kathi Mahesh’s derogatory comments. KCR intelligently sent both Kathi Mahesh and Swamy out of the city to balance the equation.
Since then, leading Hindu societies like VHP and others have been protesting against the TRS Government for their rude act on Hindi Sanyasi. The news became viral across the nation such that it has touched the BJP MP Subramanian Swamy who often debates in favor of Hinduism.This MP wrote a letter to the CM KCR asking him to go back on his order of expelling Paripoornananda from Hyderabad. He directly asked KCR if the official who booked Swami under the Section-3 has minimum knowledge about the Indian Constitutional rights.
Subramanian declared that only Goondas would be filed a case under the above-mentioned section so Swami had been filed under a case which was completely irrelevant. Swamy also threatened KCR that if the latter fails to cancel the case on Paripoornananda, then he would be violating Articles-19a, 19b for objecting to one’s freedom of speech and expression. This senior leader made it very clear that he would approach Court in the favor of Swami Paripoornananda who has a respectable image in the hearts of Telangana People.