Rashtriya Hindu Andolan held at Belgaum

Expel ‘Rohingya’ Muslims from this country immediately, since India’s security is in danger due to them ! – Unanimous demand by devout Hindus

Belgaum : Displaced ‘Rohingya’ Muslims from Myanmar have infiltrated Indian States and spread in States like Jammu, Delhi, Bengal, Bihar, Telangana etc. Indian citizens have strong dislike towards ‘Rohingyas’ and are against giving them shelter in this country.  It has been brought forth that ‘Rohingya’ Muslims have been oppressing Buddhists from Myanmar and have connections with terrorist organizations such as ‘Al Qaeda’. In view of the above, ‘Rohingyas’, so far infiltrated in India, should be immediately driven out of India. ‘Rohingyas’ should not be allowed to enter India since they are dangerous for India’s security. The above demand was made by Dr. Anjesh Hatkanangalekar of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) while addressing representatives of ‘Hindutvavadi’ organizations participating in demonstrations staged under the aegis of ‘Rashtriya Hindu Andolan (RHA)’ on 31st October.

Shri. Vyankatesh Shinde and Shri. Sachin Inamdar from ‘Abhinav Hindu Rashtra Sanghatana’, Shri. Sudarshan from ISKCON and devout Hindus viz. Shri. Amit Pailwan and Shri. Vijayanand Nesarkar expressed their views on the occasion.

The demonstrations were started with garlanding statue of Dharmaveer Sambhaji Maharaj, by Shri. Vyankatesh Shinde and Shri. Sachin Inamdar. About 50 devout Hindus from various pro-Hindu organizations, including ‘Abhinav Hindu Rashtra Sanghatana’, Bajarang Dal’s Shri. Vijay Hundad, Shri. Yellappa Mindolkar, Shri. Parashuram Hiroji; members of ‘Kartavya Mahila Mandal’, HJS and Sanatan Sanstha etc participated in the demonstrations. Representation of demands was submitted to District Collector’s office after demonstrations.

Highlights : Shri. Suryakant Prabhu and Shri. Rajan Adurkar, readers of ‘Sanatan Prabhat’ also joined the demonstrations.

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