NPCC president K.Therie has responded to the BJP by agreeing that the “Congress is seriously worried” because it is “desperate to save Nagaland from temptation.” Defending an earlier attack on the BJP and its state ally, the NPF, Therie reiterated that the core of the RSS and BJP was anti-Christian and claimed taht some “RSS hardcore BJP MPs” have gone on record to threaten that by 2021 “Christians will be wiped out in India.” Therie asked , in whose heart and whose land has the trishul been planted? He answered “ in the heart of BJP members in Nagaland” and asked Christians in Nagaland BJP unit to “restrain from facilitating extermination of Christians.”
Therie accused Narendra Modi of dividing India along religious lines and his government of fine tuning school text books in line with the Bhagwad Gita. Further he also alleged that even external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj had for the second time, demanded that Bhagwad Gita be read as national book in schools and colleges. Therie maintained that there was no objection to reading of Bhagwad Gita but it should not be made compulsory on others.
On the recently sworn-in chief minister of UP Yogi Adityanath, Therie said the former’s first
statement on becoming CM was on consolidating Hindus before 2019 election. He said Yogi
Adityanath was a Hindu priest who promoted HIndutva in his political career.
He also claimed that the RSS-BJP agenda was to enforce Uniform Civil Code(UCC) for “one religion, one nation” by removing Article 370 and Article 371A and all such special provisions. He said with BJP now ruling in 15 states out of 29 and seven union territories