"Barely clenching fist and showing a punch doesn't give the power...reality cannot be described by playing with words ...something concrete has to be done," Khan said at a programme here.
"When the hanging of two cousin sisters in Badaun was taken before the United Nations and the Chief Minister had to reply to a letter from its Secretary General, where were these so called 'thekedaars' of the society," he said.
Khan posed, "When several issues of labour movements and child labour were raised before the UN and Kailash Satyarthi got Nobel prize, where were these people?"
"Lakhs of cases related to health were taken before the UN, but at that time nobody said people doing so were Pakistan agents and they should leave India. But when a person is mourning death of an innocent person because people want to end democracy and turn the country into a Hindu Rashtra, no democratic force is ready for it," he said.
Taking strong exception to Khan's letter, BJP has demanded his dismissal and said he should be tried for treachery for taking the Dadri issue to the UN and tarnishing the image of the country at the global level.
In a letter to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, Khan also attacked RSS accusing it of working to turn secular and pluralistic India into a majoritarian theocratic nation as 'Hindu Rashtra'.
"Fascist forces are attempting to create a divide in the society by launching a hate campaign against Muslims and Dadri incident is an example of this," Khan had said.


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