Impose a ban on Raza Academy for creating terror by taking out marches – Hindu Janajagruti Samiti

Strict legal action should be taken against jihadis for rioting in Maharashtra under the pretext of incidents in Tripura !

Memorandum submitted at Satara and Georai (Dist. Beed) in Maharashtra

Call of ‘bandh’ given by Raza Academy

Georai (Dist. Beed) : Raza Academy took out marches and staged riots for creating terror amongst Hindus; therefore, a ban should be imposed on Raza Academy and stringent action should be taken against the rioters; doing justice to the Hindu traders. A memorandum with the above demand was submitted to Tehsildar Mahesh Vitkar on 17.11.2021 on behalf of Hindu Janajagruti Manch, Vishwa Hindu Parishad, Bajrang Dal, and Traders Union. The memorandum is addressed to the State Governor.

On 12.11.2021, Raza Academy gave a call for ‘Bandh’ to condemn the so-called incidents of demolition of a few mosques in Tripura and marches were taken out at Amravati, Nanded, Malegaon, Bhiwandi, etc. It appeared to be a systematically planned attack by religious fanatics on Hindus. They also damaged Hindus’ shops, beat up the Policemen, set vehicles on fire, and caused huge damage to private property.

It has been stated in the memorandum that,

1. Police caned the Hindus who took out a march in reply to the march taken out by jihadis and arrested many Hindus, but Police were acting as only onlookers when jihadis had resorted to violence.

2. From where did the jihadis procure such a huge stock of stones, sticks, etc? Strict legal action should be taken instead of pampering such jihadi mentality; else Maharashtra would become Taliban in no time. The Government and administration should impose strict restrictions on every agitation of jihadis; else we will have to take to the streets to protect Hindu women and stage strong agitations all over Maharashtra.

3. If any Rohingyas, Bangladeshis, Pakistanis, Talibanis, etc are hiding in Satara for encouraging and supporting riots, they should be immediately arrested and stringent action should also be taken against those who have sheltered them.


Satara : Hindus were brutally killed during the Navaratri festival in Bangladesh. Hindus staged demonstrations in Tripura to condemn the killings of Hindus and to stop illegal infiltrations in Tripura, but fake pictures of Hindus damaging mosques were made viral on social media, and an attempt was made to create unrest in the whole country. Strict action should be taken against the jihadis rioting in Maharashtra under the excuse of the so-called incidents in Tripura, was the demand of all pro-Hindu organisations from Satara. A memorandum of the above demand was submitted to District Superintendent of Police Ajaykumar Bansal by Shahajibuva Ramdasi, a devotee of Samartha Ramdas Swami; Vikram Pavaskar of ‘Hindu Ekata Andolan’; Mukundrao Aphale and Ganesh Melawane of RSS; Ravindra Tathavadekar and Atul Salgar of Vishwa Hindu Parishad; Hemant Sonawane of Hindu Janajagrut Samiti; Satish Otari of ‘Shri Shivapratishthan Hindustan’; municipal councilor Vijaykumar Katavate, etc.

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

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?’ Read More

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