#IndiaWants_BlasphemyLaw trends as Hindus demand law against blasphemous material insulting Hindu Dharma

For the last few years, it has become a trend to mock Hindu beliefs, denigrate Hindus Gods and demean Hindu Saints. One comes across such blasphemous material in plays, movies, comedy shows, articles, books and even advertisements. In many instances, one sees extremely derogatory language being used against Dharma and Gods. While the Hindu society does protest against such denigration, lack of legal provisions allow the offenders to go scot-free.

Hindus took to Twitter to demand anti-blasphemy law and its immediate implementation against the offenders who demean, insult and mock Hindu Dharma, Deities, Sadhus, Saints. Hashtag #IndiaWants_BlasphemyLaw was used in more than 35,000 tweets and it became one of the top 10 national trends in India. It was on 2nd spot for few hours. Along with this hashtag, another hashtag #ईशनिंदा_कानून_चाहिए was also trending at 5th spot.

Here are some of the tweets from the trend :

 

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