Hindu Mahasabha's 'gaumutra party' against coronavirus

Hindu Mahasabha hosts 'gaumutra party' to prevent novel coronavirus

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The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has spread its terror throughout the world. Thousands are affected; the number of positive cases in India has risen to 84 and India's death toll stands at 2 people. In a scenario when scientists are busy hunting for a cure, the All India Hindu Mahasabha came up with a bizarre plan that appeared to justify the oft-used tagline 'Incredible India'. 

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On Saturday, members of the All India Hindu Mahasabha offered cow urine to a caricature of the coronavirus. They hosted a gaumutra (cow urine) party, which according to them helps to ward off COVID-19. The event has been organised at the Hindu Mahasabha Bhawan in New Delhi, and there are plans for such ‘parties’ to be conducted across the country.

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One wonders what the next miracle COVID-19 defense will be that will pop up and claim to be the ulimate cure.

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