Ideas exchanged about solutions on plight of Hindus in 9th All-India Hindu Rashtra Convention

The ‘Halaal certification system’ imposed on Hindus in a ‘secular’ India, is a form of Jiziya tax indeed ! – Shri. Ramesh Shinde, National Spokesperson, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti

While the secular brigade appealed for legal action against a Hindu man who refused to accept food parcel from Zomato’s Muslim delivery boy, preaching that ‘food has no religion’, today, the ‘Halaal certification system’ of Islamic laws is applicable in India not only on non-vegetarian food, but even on vegetarian items, beauty products, medicines, hospitals, housing colonies, dating sites, etc. This system helps Islamic organisations receive thousands of crores of rupees. The Halaal Certification System that gives an impetus to Islamic finance is but a form of Jiziya tax imposed on 80% Hindus in a secular India; Hindus should unite for the purpose of abolishing it, said Shri. Ramesh Shinde, National Spokesperson of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti. He was speaking on the topic of ‘Jihad in Finance through Halaal Certification System’, on the second day of Ninth All-India Hindu Rashtra Convention.

The Convention is being held online, from 30thJuly to 2ndAugust and 6th and 9thAugust 2020 from 6.30 to 8.30 pm. The Convention was viewed live by an audience of more than 68 thousand, and the subject reached more than 3 lakh 45 thousand individuals via Hindu Janajagruti Samiti’s official YouTube channel and Facebook page.

Shri. Arjun Sampath

While speaking at the Convention, Shri. Arjun Sampath, Founder President of Hindu Makkal Katchi of Tamil Nadu said, “Over 2500 people from Tamil Nadu participated in the programme of Tablighi Jamaat – who performed the role of being Corona carriers – that was held in Delhi. Upon returning to the state, instead of being prosecuted, they were rewarded with medical facilities. After recovering, the administrative officers welcomed them and distributed the Quran to them. On the other hand, Hindus are facing discrimination while seeking medical facilities.”

G. Radhakrishnan

While addressing the Convention online, Shri. G. Radhakrishnan, Tamil Nadu State Chief of Shivsena, said, “Periyar and DMK workers have nurtured Hindu-hate by insulting and denigrating Hindu Dharma, tradition, culture, Stotra, and the Brahmin community, under the pretense of Freedom of Speech. While the Hindu workers denigrating Periyar’s statue were prosecuted, no action was taken against these Hinduphobes. Wherever there is an attack on Dharma, we will take to the streets and fight a lawful battle.”

Shri. Jay Ahuja

Shri. Jay Ahuja of Nimittekam – an organisation that has helped over 2000 Pakistani Hindu refugees get Indian citizenship, said, “Under the concept of ‘Riyasat-e-Madina’ meaning ‘Kafir-free land’, the Imran Khan government is systematically carrying out a genocide of the 7 million Hindus left in Pakistan. Everyday, Hindu girls are abducted, forcefully married and pushed into flesh trade as a part of severe abuse inflicted on them. During the Corona pandemic, over 1600 penniless, starving Hindus were converted in exchange for food packets.”

Meenakshi Sharan

Mrs. Meenakshi Sharan who works for the welfare of Pakistani Hindus, said, “After suffering severe atrocities, Pakistani Hindus take refuge in India; these people endured it all but did not convert to another faith. They are sincere Hindus in the true sense; however, they haven’t been able to integrate with the mainstream community yet. It is important to give them employment based on their interest and skill.”

Shri. Ashish Dhar

Shri. Ashish Dhar, Co-Founder of ‘Pragyata’, said, “We produce videos with the motive of spreading awareness about atrocities on nation and Dharma. Thanks to videos on Displaced Kashmiri Pandits, Construction of Ram Temple, The State of Hindus in Bangladesh, etc, awareness has been created in a big way.”

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