#HinduLeadersOnTarget trends as attacks on Hindu leaders are on the rise

Leaders and activists of various Hindu organizations are being killed in India. Large number of devout Hindus are selectively being killed in Kerala, West Bengal, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. Gradually, this has now started in Uttar Pradesh as well.

In a period of just 4 months, another Hindu leader Ranjeet Bachchan, President of Vishwa Hindu Mahasabha who was taking a morning walk was brutally killed in Lucknow. In October 2019, Hindu Samaj Party leader Kamlesh Tiwari was killed in the same city.

Investigations in the murders of Hindu leaders indicate that jihadis and communists are behind these killings. In view of this, the safety of Hindu leaders is very important. This conspiracy of the killings Hindu leaders should be stopped and eradicated completely, so that an atmosphere of security can be created among Hindus.

To create awareness among Hindus about this issue and to urge Police and administration to take note of these attacks, many Hindus took to Twitter to raise their concerns. They started to tweet using hashtag #HinduLeadersOnTarget which soon became one of the top national trends in India. It was on 3rd spot for at least an hour. More than 32,000 tweets have been tweeted using this same hashtag.

Here are some of the tweets from the trend :

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