Intelligence Dept makes inquiry into the speakers after their joining an online program of HJS

Does Intelligence Dept make such inquiry into any programs held by fanatics or jihadi terrorists?

Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) had recently held an online debate wherein a devout Hindu leader from one State and an activist of HJS from another State had joined as speakers. On the following day of this program, both the speakers received a call from an officer of the Intelligence Department. The conversation that took place between them is given below.

1. The following conversation took place between the officer from the Intelligence Department and the devout Hindu leader. Officer (O): Why do you spread hatred in two religions through such a program? Devout Hindu (H): I have only stated facts. My statements are not wrong.

O: With whom of HJS activists are you in contact with here?

H: I am not in contact with any HJS activists. Whatever I said in this program is available on social media and there is nothing objectionable. I will send you its press note.

Then the officer didn’t say anything.

2.The following conversation took place between an activist of HJS (HA) and the Officer (O).

O: Where are you? What are you doing these days?

HA: I have come home for some personal work.

O: I watch online programs of HJS. How did you switch to the third world war from the topic of Corona?

HA: Considering the prevailing situation, it is quite likely that the third world war might start. Many astrologers and visionary Saints have talked about the same. In other countries, citizens are trained in first-aid and disaster management; but it is not so in Bharat. How will our people take care of themselves in situations like flood, pandemic like Corona and in case world war starts? How will they protect themselves?  These things are told in our programs and awareness is created amongst people.

The officer didn’t say anything on HA’s reply.

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