Ulhasnagar : Hindus take out march against rampant conversion of Sindhis

Drive away this danger of conversions to Hindu Dharma through surgical strike in the form of law ! – Manoj Lasi, BJP, municipal councilor

Ulhasnagar (Dist. Thane) : Law banning conversion of religion is made applicable by six States in our country and on similar lines, such law should be passed even in Maharashtra, is the demand of all Sindhi community. By carrying our surgical strike, danger to security of this country was eliminated; so also the danger of conversion of religion should be removed by surgical strike in the form of law. Everyone should join this movement staged by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) by bringing together all organizations, stated Shri. Manoj Lasi, BJP’s municipal councilor. Law banning conversion of religion should be passed in Maharashtra was the demand for which a march was taken out by Hindus at Ulhasnagar. Shri. Lasi addressed the march.

Christian missionaries’ activities by offering different bait for conversion are increasing in Maharashtra on large scale. Christian missionaries have taken advantage of helplessness and problems faced by rich as well as poor Hindus and by luring them, more than 1 lakh Sindhis and Hindus from other communities have been converted by missionaries. A march was taken out at Ulhasnagar on 14th January against the demon of conversion, unanimously deciding to stop Christian missionaries. Saints and office bearers of various pro-Hindu organizations including HJS, municipal councilors of political parties and devout Hindus demanded, in unison, to pass an Act banning conversions in Maharashtra like other States.

Participation

Saints : ‘Pujya’ Sai Paramanandji, Sai Vasanshah Darbar, ‘Pujya’ Sai Leelaramji, Zulelal Mandir, ‘Pujya’ Tony Sai, Guru Gulraj Kutia, ‘Pujya’ Tillu Singhji, Thariasingh Darbar

Dignitaries : Shri. Rajendra Chaudhari, Shiv Sena’s City-Chief and municipal councilor, Shri. Manoj Lasi, BJP-municipal councilor, Shri. Dilip Gaikwad- Shiv Sena’s municipal councilor, H.B.P. Ramdas Chaudhari, Shri. Dhalu Nathani, Shri. Gajanan Shelake, Shri. Manoj Sadhawani, Shri. Chandan Trilokani, advocate Rahul Chaturvedi, Shri. Prakash Talreja, Shri. Kamalesh Tarachandani, Shri. Nikhil Gole, Smt. Sindhu Sharma

Parties : BJP, Shiv Sena, Sai Party

Religious organizations : Asaramji Sampradaya, Bhau Parashuram Zulelal Mandali, Jai Zulelal Social Group, Jai Zulelal Sangharsh Seva Samiti and Sanatan Sanstha

Pro-Hindu organizations : Hindu Rashtra Sena, Rashtriya Chhava Sanghatana, Sindhu Yuva Sanghatana, RSS, Bajarang Dal, Sindhi Council of India, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti

Demands made during march !

1. An Act should be passed in Maharashtra banning conversions !

2. Stringent action should be taken against conversions taking place in Ulhasnagar !

3. Inquiry should be conducted into funds received from abroad for conversions !

4. Inquiry should be conducted into incident of rape which had happened in church at Vitthalwadi !

5. Action should be taken against unauthorized prayer houses and prayer meetings !

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Anti HindusBajarang DalBJPChristiansHindu IssuesHindu Janajagruti SamitiHindu OrganisationsProtest by HindusReligious ConversionsRSSSanatan SansthaShiv Sena

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