Bangladeshi illegal infiltrators should be driven out not only from Assam but from all over India ! : Demand by ‘Hindutvavadis’ during RHA
Kopargaon : All ‘Hindutvavadis’ participating in demonstrations staged under aegis of ‘Rashtriya Hindu Andolan (RHA)’ demanded that Bangladeshi illegal infiltrators should be driven out not only from Assam but from all over the country.
The Govt. should issue orders to immediately prepare national register of citizens for finding out number of infiltrators coming from Bangladesh, Myanmar and Pakistan ! – Smt. Vaishali Katkade, HJS
Preliminary list under National Register of Citizens was published giving information on the original citizens and Bangladeshi infiltrators in Assam. It has been found that lakhs of people are presently living illegally in Assam who are infiltrators. Owing to large number of infiltrators and the facilities extended to them under minority population, original Hindu citizens are deprived of these facilities. The Union Government should therefore, issue orders for immediately preparing National Register of Citizens to find out the exact number of infiltrators coming from Bangladesh, Myanmar and Pakistan all over the country.
Other demands made during demonstrations
1.Incidents like finding cockroach in sample of ‘ghee’ used by Saibaba Sansthan for temple at Shirdi, scam of Rs. 66 lakhs found in purchases made for ‘Kumbh-Parva’ out of temple funds and trustees indifference towards the same, show apathy of trustees in stopping corruption. Stringent action should be taken against concerned trustee officers and employees.
2. Ban should be imposed on anti-Hindu films viz. ‘Navaratri’, ‘District Gorakhpur’ and ‘Mulka’. Government should impose ban on sale of Ganesh-idols made from banned paper-pulp.
Representation submitted to Tehasil Office !
Representation of all demands was submitted to Tehasildar’s office after demonstrations. Shri. Krushna Jadhav, Smt. Vaishali Katkade of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti, Shri. Ganesh Shinde of RSS, Shri. Shivaji Ugale, Shri. Dilip Sarangdhar and ‘Hindutvavadis’ were present in large number on the occasion.