Vijay Rupani, who came to India from Burma, became chief minister despite Jains and migrants

‘Muslims can live in 150 countries of the world, but where will Hindus leave India?’

Gandhinagar, 25 December 2019

Born on August 2, 1956, in the Rangoon city of Burma, Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Ramanik Rupani (minority Jain) himself left Burma in 1960 and became a refugee in Rajkot, India. He is the minority chief minister of Jainism.

With Modi, he was active in the All India Student Council. Joining the RSS and RSS. The establishment of the Bharatiya Janata Party has been in politics since 1971.

During the national crisis in 1976, Vijay Rupani was imprisoned in Bhavnagar and Bhuj-metropolis for 11 months. From 1978 to 1981 he was a preacher of the RSS.

Those who, despite being from Jain minority community, who have emigrated from Burma to Gujarat, say, “Muslims can stay in 150 countries of the world, but where will Hindus leave India?” He is a Jain and gives an example to the Hindus.

Vijay Rhamanik Rupani (Jain) was addressing a BJP-inspired meeting at Sabarmati Gandhi Ashram in Ahmedabad on December 24, 2019. BJP, Sangh and Vishwa Hindu Parishad are organizing rallies in 62 cities of Gujarat. He led the rally in Ahmedabad. Gandhi Ashram has been declared a quiet area where no noise can be made. Nevertheless, Chief Minister Vijay Rupani violated the law by keeping speakers with high volts.

Addressing people standing on the road, he said, “Muslims in India are happy and their population has increased from 9 percent to 14 percent. Because India’s constitution is secular and they lead a good life in India. He said that not a single Muslim will lose citizenship in India.

Vijay Rupani said, ‘Hindus are tortured, their property is damaged and raped in Pakistan. They do not get the benefits of the facilities. Those people come to India but they are not Indian citizens. The number of Hindus in Pakistan has dropped from 22 to 3 percent. Hindus make up only 2 percent of the population in Bangladesh, while the number of Hindus and Sikhs in Afghanistan has dropped from two lakh to 500.

Why not Burma?

He said that at the partition of the country, Mahatma Gandhi had said that Hindus from all three countries (Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh) could return to India whenever they wanted.

Although he came to India from neighboring Burma, India, he did not mention Burma. This is very suggestive.

Rupani said that 10,000 different refugees from different countries live in Gujarat, most of them live in Kutch, mostly Dalits.