Bhadrapad Shuklapaksha 1, Kaliyug Varsha 5115
’Baang’ given in mosques and madarasas can be stopped only when Hindus unite !
Hindus need to realise that only Shiv Sena raises voice against every attack on Dharma and should support them strongly !
Ulhasnagar (Maharashtra) : In a representation submitted to the Dy. Police Commissioner on 2nd September, Shiv Sena has made a demand to stop ‘baang’ given in mosques and madarasas. Shiv Sena city-Chief, Shri. Rajendra Chaudhary, senior citizen, Shri. Rajendra Singh Bhullar Maharaj, Shri. Ramesh Chavan, Shri. Vijay Supale, Dy. City-Chief Shri. Rajendra Shahu, branch-chief Shri. Adinath Palave, Shri. Suresh Patil etc. have made the above demand in a representation submitted to Dy. Police Commissioner Dr. Shivajirao Rathod. A copy of the representation has been submitted even to senior police inspectors.
Police administration promptly files criminal cases against only Hindus under the guise of breaking rules if music is played beyond time limit during any religious festival of Hindus; but at Shahad, Sanjay Gandhinagar, Gaikwad Pada, Samrat Ashok Nagar, Azadnagar, Kaushalnagar, Mahatma Phule Nagar etc. between 5.00 a.m. and 9.00 a.m. and in the evening from 5.00 to 9.00 p.m., ‘baang’ is hooted on loudspeakers every day. The loudspeakers in the area are causing unnecessary problem for local residents. (Although citizens are facing problem, nobody is coming forward to lodge a complaint which shows terror created by fanatics in that area. Hindus need to unite and establish Hindu Rashtra for stopping insolence of fanatics ! – Editor, Dainik Sanatan Prabhat) A warning is also given that Shiv Sena would raise voice if no action is taken in the matter.
Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat
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