Hindu organizations of Jalgaon unanimously condemn murder of Kamlesh Tiwari

Memorandum submitted to District Collector

Devout Hindu activists submitting memorandum to District Collector Avinash Dhakane

Jalgaon : Killers of Kamlesh Tiwari, former national President of ‘Hindu Mahasabha’ and President of ‘Hindu Samaj Party’ should be immediately arrested and stringently punished, was the demand made by all pro-Hindu organizations through a memorandum submitted to District Collector on 19th October. Devout Hindu activists and representatives of ‘Hindu Mahasabha’, ‘Vishwa Hindu Parishad’, Warkari Sampradaya, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti, Sanatan Sanstha and ‘Gou-rakshaks’ were present on the occasion.

It has been stated in the memorandum that Tiwari was murdered in broad daylight on 18th October. There seems to be a conspiracy hatched to eliminate Hindu leaders. Hindu leaders were murdered in same way even during the decade of 1990 in Kashmir. In last week, Bandhu Prakash Pal, a member of RSS was brutally murdered at Murshidabad (Bengal) along with his family members. Killing office-bearers and members of pro-Hindu organizations for creating terror seems to be the motive of anti-national forces in this country.

Demands made in representation

1. Stringent action should be taken against people with anti-national mindset and against those who are creating law and order problems in the country.

2. Investigations should be held in murder case of Kamlesh Tiwari since it happened despite security provided to him and therefore, his security guards should also be interrogated.

3. Provoking videos of maulanas declaring award of Rs. 51 lakhs for beheading Kamlesh Tiwari were made viral on social media. Those maulanas should also be taken into custody.

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