April 18, 2012
Chaitra Krushna 12,Kaliyug Varsha 5114
Case about Mohite family forced to adopt Christianity - Pro-Hindu organizations become aggressive as no action taken even after 3days
Hindu activists while submitting memorandum to SP
Superintendent of Police promises to take immediate action
Sangli (Maharashtra) :
A group of people beat up all family members of Deepak Mohite on Saturday night forcing them to adopt Christianity. Today, even after 3 days, no action has been taken against the concerned. All pro-Hindu orgsniations, therefore, met Dr. Ravindra Shisave, the Superintendent of Police (SP) and submitted a representation to him. (Congratulations to all pro-Hindu organizations for trying to give justice to Deepak Mohite family ! If such unity is displayed by all against every attack on Hindu Dharma, nobody would dare to cast an evil eye on Hindu Dharma. – Editor SP)
Dr. Shisave, SP promised to take immediate action against the concerned with an assurance to investigate the matter through a capable sub-divisional officer if necessary. Advocate Vinayak Deshpande of Swatantryaveer Savarkar Pratishthan said, “The incident took place on 14th April at 9.00 p.m.; but it was registered on 15th April at 4.10 p.m. None of the suspects has been arrested so far. The appropriate clauses have not been made applicable in the case and no case has been registered for the offences like insulting national heroes, indulging in beating for forcing somebody to adopt another religion; also, the weapons held by the accused were not confiscated. All these lapses are leading to suspicion.” Mr. Deepak Mohite, the aggrieved party explained the happenings to the SP in detail. Mr. Nitin Deshmane of RSS said that the whole family of Mohite is being pressurized and due to this, his mother was feeling dizzy and unwell.
The SP said :
- Sangli police have always investigated cases in a very impartial manner and this time too, they will do the same. Sangli police have never worked under political pressure and in this case also, they will do their job.
- Action will be taken against any person if his involvement is proved.
- If necessary and proved so during investigations, applicable clauses will be increased for registering the case.Instructions will be given to provide protection to Deepak Mohite.
- A devout Hindu had carried an issue of ‘dainik Sanatan Prabhat’ in which news about the said incident was published. All Hindu activists commended ‘dainik Sanatan Prabhat (DSP)’ for its candidness in publishing the news.
- Mr. Amol Patil, a pro-Hindu activist said that only DSP can publish such kind of news.
- Mr. Nitin Deshmane of RSS said that in Sangli, Miraj area, incidents of oppression of majority by minority are on the rise andpolice should take a note of the same.
- Advocate Vinayak Deshpande said while talking to the SP, “Stringent action was taken against Mr. Pravin Kavathekar, the Editor of ‘Lokjagar’ when he published a picture of Afzal Khan’s slaying. Against DSP also, severe clauses like sect. 295 A were madeapplicable after receiving complaints for 3 times; why then in this case, such clauses were not made applicable?
- ”After submission of the representation, all pro-Hindu activists paid a visit to Deepak Mohite’s residence and inquired after them assuring him of all help possible.
News about 12 suspects nabbed by Kupwada police was received late. In this case, an elected representative from Kupwada is pressurizing and calling up police station every now and then; therefore, no action has been taken so far, informed pro-Hindu activists to the SP.Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat
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