‘Conduct in-depth inquiry into murders of Hindu activists through CBI !’

Representation submitted to Tehasildar, Nipani

1. Nipani -Tehasildar Prashant Patil receiving representation from devout Hindu activists

Nipani (Dist. Belgaum) : Incidents of brutal attacks on leaders and activists of various pro-Hindu organizations, keeping eye on them and killing them have been constantly taking place in last few years. Recently, after change in power in Karnataka and Madhya Pradesh, there is noticeable increase in such incidents of murders and attacks on Hindu leaders. 4 devout Hindu activists were killed in Madhya Pradesh in last month. Recently, Ramalingam, a Hindu businessman was killed in Tamil Nadu because he opposed to conversion. Stringent action should therefore, be taken against the masterminds hatching plots to kill devout Hindu leaders; so also officers who are trying to suppress these cases. If State Governments are unable to conduct inquiry into these cases, inquiry should be handed over to Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), were the demands made through representation submitted to Tehasildar Prashant Patil at Nipani, under the initiative taken by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS).

More than 25 devout Hindus, including Shri. Raju Koparde, Shri. Uttam Kamate of Shriram Sena; Shri. Baban Nirmale, Chief trainer of ‘Sadguru Taykwando Sports Academy, Nipani’; Shri. Suyog Kallole, Shri. Rahul Patil and Shri. Madhukar Patil from Jatrat; Shri. Raju Gurav, Shri. Sanjay Patil, Shri. Dheeraj Patil, Shri. Nilesh Pavale from Tavandi and activists of HJS were present on the occasion.

Other demands

1. Impose ban on madarasas which are the root-cause of terrorism and on terrorist organization ‘Popular Front of India’ immediately.

2. Rehabilitate Hindu families displaced from Jamshedpur due to threats received from fanatics and provide security to them.

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