Impose a ban on Raza Academy for instigating riots! – Advocate Satish Deshpande

Special online discussions held on ‘Riots in Maharashtra – Conspiracy of Raza Academy?’

In 2012, Raza Academy had caused damage to huge national property worth billions of rupees by staging riots in Mumbai. It is yet to reimburse the Government for those losses. Now, again, under the pretext of some incident in Tripura, marches were taken out without taking permission, in different parts of Maharashtra such as Amravati, Malegaon, Nanded, etc. Hindus were attacked during these marches causing huge losses to Hindus as well as the national property. The rioters should be made to make good these losses. Considering the history of Raza Academy, an in-depth investigation should be conducted into its participation in the riots and a ban should be imposed on Raza Academy, was the demand made by Advocate Satish Deshpande. He was speaking in the special online discussions program organised by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) on the topic of ‘Riots in Maharashtra – Conspiracy of Raza Academy?’

Mr Amol Khode, the deputy Editor of ‘Dainik Navbharat’ of Amravati said that the religious fanatics had taken out the march disregarding all rules and regulations, besides targeting Hindus with swords and other weapons in Amravati. They had created a law and order problem in the whole city. Police and local administrations failed to curb that aggressive mob. The wounds sustained by Hindus in these riots would never be healed. The march taken out by religious fanatics had even political support.

Mr Uttam Dey, the regional President of ‘Hindu Jagaran Manch’ from Tripura said that marches were taken out at different places in Tripura against the attacks on Hindus and their temples in Bangladesh; however, they were taken out in a disciplined manner, but the anti-national powers created a false picture of oppression of Muslims in Tripura with the help of some media persons. It is quite surprising that though nothing had happened in Tripura; still its repercussions were felt in Maharashtra through such riots.

Hindus are not allowed to speak about their persecution!

Mr Sunil Ghanavat, the State Coordinator of HJS for Chhattisgarh and Maharashtra said that the purpose behind staging riots in Amaravati, Nanded, etc in Maharashtra is now clear that the religious fanatics wanted to create terror. Along with Hindus, even the Policemen were attacked. Hindus need to get trained in self-defence for their protection in such attacks in the future. Memoranda have been submitted to the Police and local administrations in Maharashtra demanding strict action against the rioters, but at some places, the police have pressurised pro-Hindu organisations by asking them to take prior permission before they said anything to the media. The Police also asked them to refrain from informing the media about the memoranda given to them in connection with the riots. They, therefore, asked whether Hindus had any right to legally raise their voice against their persecution in this secular India?

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