Increasing Muslim population under the guise of love marriage is the only purpose of ‘love jihad’! – Manoj Khadye, HJS Coordinator for west Maharashtra, Konkan, Goa and Gujarat
Solapur : Hindu women have preserved the valuable legacy of morality and culture so far; but through the medium of ‘love jihad’, they are being misused under a big conspiracy. Under the sweet name of love marriage, Hindu women are used through sexual exploitation and for increasing the Muslim population which is the main purpose of ‘love jihad’. Hindu girls should, therefore, be imparted value education and ‘Dharmashikshan’ since early age for protection from love jihad, stated Manoj Khadye, the Coordinator of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) for west Maharashtra, Konkan, Goa and Gujarat State while speaking on the topic of ‘Love jihad- a grave problem and its solution’ during an online program organised by HJS for devout Hindus from Solapur, Latur, Dharashiv and Beed. More than 1000 devout Hindus joined online for this program. Mr Durganath Deshmukh did compeering of the program and Mrs Archana Patil explained the purpose of organising such program.
Stringent laws should be passed in India like Israel for the eradication of love jihad!
Parents are giving a lot of freedom to children, leading to endangering their life. Girls’ feelings should be respected and they should be given emotional support. Along with this, if girls are motivated to perform spiritual practice, it will help to increase even their spiritual strength. Stringent laws should be passed, like in Israel, for the eradication of ‘love jihad’. Make a resolve that none of the girls known to me would fall prey to love jihad, appealed Mr Manoj Khadye.
Feedback by ‘jidnyasus’
1. Mr Ganesh Medhe, Nashik – Love jihad is a huge problem for all Hindus; but unfortunately, Hindus are not yet ready to accept the true situation.
2. Mr Nagnath Ghule, Solapur – Mr Manoj Khadye gave very useful information in today’s program. We received proper guidance on the effects of love jihad and its solutions through this lecture.