Vikram Sampath, a historian, criticised actress Mona Ambegaonkar on Monday (August 22) for saying that liberation fighter Veer Savarkar had been found guilty of rape.
The “CID” actress stated in a tweet that Savarkar admitted to trying to rape a woman and was sentenced to four months in prison.
Savarkar was first found guilty in 1908 for attempting to rape Margaret Lawrence. She claimed that after confessing to the crime, he received a 4-month jail term.
“The Sangh Parivar’s current role model is this’sanskari’ low criminal.
SAVARKAR ACCUSED OF RAPE
Why not? The majority of them are rapists. Mona Ambegaonkar continued, “#BilkisBetrayed.” The actress started looking for sources on social media when people asked for proof of her wild statements.
She attempted to get clarification from a Facebook user who had made such accusations three years prior. Do you have a link, news story, or other evidence for this claim?” The actress asked inquiringly. “Fake news absolutely,” he continued.
There is no indication of such an incident in any British archives or the thousands of page case files on the Nasik Murder & Conspiracy Case.
The historian finished by labelling Rajit Savarkar, a descendant of Veer Savarkar, as “figments of filthy imagination.”
In addition to her work in the industry, Mona is wellknown for her social media advocacy. In addition to spreading fake news frequently, her demeanour on social
media is more inclined toward being an angry and spiteful troll who continues to pour vitriol on anybody and everyone who disagrees with her point of view.
She is renowned for calling out the RSS, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and other people. Moreover, her online persona is more inclined to be an angry and hateful troll who continues to sling insults at each and everyone who disagrees with her point of view. Here is an insight into her mentality that screams that she certainly needs help and counselling despite all the insults she directed at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, practising Hindus, the RSS, and others.
The ” NEECH AADMI” saga
Her hatred for Prime Minister Narendra Modi is clear if you spend even 15 minutes on her Twitter presence. So much so that she frequently refers to him as “Neech Aadmi,” most frequently without using his name.
Here are a few illustrations. She frequently insults the prime minister on Twitter without giving a reason.
“That filthy mass murderer also known as Neech Aadmi or Chowkidaar & his Supari Killer Henchman also
known as Tadipaar are system,'” she tweeted on April 24, 2021. On this system though. Thoo,” and screamed insults at Amit Shah, the home minister, as well. Mona cited the Modi administration as the cause of the Bullet Train project’s delay in February 2021.
She either neglected to check or deliberately chose to disregard the reality that one of the most impacted
infrastructure projects in Maharashtra under the Uddhav Thackeray-led administration was the Bullet Train project.
The unusual delay was brought about by the hold-ups in land accusations and other formalities.
Mona cited a tweet from the propaganda website Article 14 that discussed the decline in foreign financing for
NGOs over time. The tweet claimed that FCRA finances decreased from Rs 16,490 crores to Rs 2,190 crores
in just one fiscal year, from 2018–19 to 2019–2020.
Mona wrote, “Neech Aadmi ko gareebon se dar lagtaa hai,” outraged by the situation. Or, on the other hand, kaam karne waalon se toh or bhi phat jaati hai uski Sanghi chaddi.
On Wednesday, Rajnath Singh, the minister of defence, asserted that Hindu Mahasabha leader Vinayak Damodar Savarkar had submitted mercy pleas to the British government on Gandhi’s recommendation.
Veer Savarkar: The Man Who Could Have Prevented Partition, written by Uday Mahurkar and Chirayu Pandit, was the topic of Singh’s remarks at the book’s launch.
He allegedly repeatedly petitioned the British government for clemency.
By Namrata Sarkar | Wednesday 24th Aug 2022