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    On April 13, 2021, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MLA Raja Singh made headlines for his controversial performance at a Ram Navami rally in Hyderabad. Singh, who represents the Goshamahal constituency in the Telangana Legislative Assembly, sang a song titled “Jail Ka Taala Tuth Gaya” (the lock of jail has been broken), which has been widely criticized for inciting violence and promoting communal hatred.

    The song, which was originally released in 2016, glorifies the Hindu god Ram and his victory over the Muslim ruler Ravana. However, the lyrics of the song are filled with derogatory references to Muslims, referring to them as “Pakistani dogs” and calling for their extermination. The song also makes references to the Babri Masjid demolition and the Gujarat riots, two incidents that have been marred by communal violence and have left a lasting impact on India’s social fabric.

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    Singh’s performance at the Ram Navami rally has been condemned by various political parties and civil society groups. The Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS), the ruling party in Telangana, has demanded that Singh be arrested for promoting communal hatred and inciting violence. The All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM), a regional party that represents the Muslim community, has also criticized Singh’s performance, calling it a “shameful act”.

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    The controversy surrounding Singh’s performance highlights the growing communal polarization in India. The BJP, which is currently in power at the national level, has been accused of promoting a Hindu nationalist agenda that seeks to marginalize religious minorities, particularly Muslims. The party’s leaders have often made inflammatory statements that have fueled communal tensions and led to incidents of violence.

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    Singh himself is no stranger to controversy. He has been accused of making hate speeches in the past and has been booked under various sections of the Indian Penal Code for promoting communal disharmony. He has also been associated with various right-wing groups that have been accused of carrying out attacks on religious minorities.

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    The Ram Navami rally, which is celebrated by Hindus across India to mark the birth of Lord Ram, has become increasingly politicized in recent years. The BJP and other right-wing groups have used the occasion to promote their agenda and mobilize support among the Hindu community. However, the use of inflammatory rhetoric and hate speech has led to incidents of violence and has further polarized communities along religious lines.

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    In conclusion, Raja Singh’s performance at the Ram Navami rally has once again brought to the fore the issue of communal polarization in India. The use of hate speech and inflammatory rhetoric by politicians and other public figures must be condemned and dealt with firmly. It is imperative that all sections of society work towards promoting harmony and tolerance, and reject divisive ideologies that seek to sow seeds of hatred and division.

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