Number of incidents of Love Jihad are increasing at alarming rate almost in all states in India. Everyday we are seeing, hearing about cases of Love Jihad wherein Hindu girls are converted to Islam, atrocities faced by victims and even in come cases, Hindu girls have been killed for refusing to convert. Today this menace of Love Jihad has become larger and is threatening the existence of Hindu society. It is need of the hour that Hindus should unite against it and should also impart Dharmashiksha to Hindu women to awaken them.
Netizens took to Twitter to protest against increasing number of cases of Love Jihad and also demanded for the stringent law to curb the menace of Love Jihad. Many people started tweeting with hashtag #Save_Hindu_Girls and soon it became one of the top trends in India on Twitter. For brief period of time, it was on 4th spot and for few hours, it was on 5th spot in top 10 trends. More than 50,000 tweets were tweeted using the said hashtag.
Here are some of the tweets from the trend :
-Non bailable offence should be registered for such cases
-Interfaith marriages should only be allowed in Courts
-Severe punishments for those engaged in smuggling Hindu girls#Save_Hindu_Girls@sadhvi_dr @kk_jpr pic.twitter.com/vmc0dsY4tp
— Sunil Ghanwat (@SG_HJS) November 1, 2020
— Anushka (@Anushka2599) November 1, 2020
Special attention should be paid to the madrasas and mosques for encouraging such kind of conversion / Love Jihad and such madrasas or mosques, if found involved, should be immediately closed down.#Save_Hindu_Girls pic.twitter.com/1u1rp9vPMG
— Chetan Rajhans © (@1chetanrajhans) November 1, 2020
Anti-majority #lovejihaad is a menace not limited to middle class
It exists even in elite class as in 2017 case of Mumbai model named Rashmi (video)
— Chandrashekar K P (@Chandra41742706) November 1, 2020
Signature Campaign : ‘लव जिहाद’ के कारण निकिता तोमर की हत्या के समान घटनाएं रोकने हेतु केंद्र सरकार ‘लव जिहाद विरोधी कानून’ बनाए !
👉हिन्दु समाज को अब ‘लव जिहाद’ के विरूद्ध संगठित होना ही होगा ।
— HinduJagrutiOrg (@HinduJagrutiOrg) November 1, 2020