May 30, 2009
Jyeshtha Shuddha SaptamiInvestigations started by Govt. & HJS demands ban on Dr. Zakir Naik from entering Pune districtPune (Maharashtra):
In a public meeting held at ‘Azam Campus’, nine Hindu youth adopted Islam. The program was organized by Dr. Zakir Naik of Islamic Research Foundation. A complaint has been lodged with the police about these nine persons as they are missing. The State and Central Government have taken the matter seriously and local police have already sent a detailed report on the incident to the State and Central Intelligence Bureau. Both these departments have asked the police to investigate the matter further.
Police wanted that an educational institute like ‘Azam Campus’ should not openly hold conversion program; but the organizers did not pay heed to police. (Muslims who do not follow police orders and police who keep mum in the matter, both are against the law! – Editor)
In the film obtained by the police with great difficulty, converted persons inform that there was no compulsion on them to convert to Islam.
Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) has made a demand through a representation submitted to the police that Dr. Zakir Naik should not be allowed to enter Pune district till the enquiry in the above matter is completed. There is also demand made in the representation on behalf of all Hindu Organizations to investigate whether the conversion was forced on those persons, why no action was taken by the police against the organizers for disobeying their order, whether P. M. Inamdar, director of ‘Azad Campus’ was directly or indirectly involved in the conversion program, whether Dr. Zakir Naik, the chief advisor of the program has misguided and converted people in programs held earlier.
It has been mentioned in the representation that a ploy was unearthed few days ago to deceive Hindu girls from Jalgaon and sell them in Arabian countries. In that program too, there was a complaint of few girls gone missing after conversion. Source: Daily sanatan Prabhat
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