Many instances of encroachments by jihadi fanatics have came to the fore and the disturbing trend of this new type of ‘Land Jihad’ is going on unabated due to inaction from Archeological department and administrative authorities. Such instances have already happened at numerous sites such as Raigad fort, Vishalgad fort, Pratapgad fort, Mahim fort and so on. After knowing about such numerous encroachments by jihadis on the valuable treasures of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj’s Hindavi Swarajya, Hindus took to Twitter and urged Govt and administrative authorities to remove Islamic encroachments immediately and take stringent action against all those who are responsible for this.
Hindus started tweeting regarding the issue with hashtag #SaveForts_OpposeLandJihad and more than 18,000 tweets were tweeted by netizens. The said hashtag became one of the top 10 national trends on Twitter in India and was on 4th spot for brief period of time.
Link of online petition by HJS on this topic (in Hindi) – Hindujagruti.org/hindi/SaveForts
Here are some of the tweets from the trend :
— 🚩Shambhu 🇮🇳 © (@Shambhu_HJS) January 16, 2022
Save Forts Stop #Mazar_jihad
Exaltation of AfzalKhan tomb at Pratapgad
More than 64+ encroachments on Vishalgad
Construction of illegal tombs at Colaba forts
Changing name of Vandangad to Peer-A-Vandangad
— Sunil Ghanwat (@SG_HJS) January 16, 2022
In Secularism – Afzal khan is Strong than Shivaji maharaj?
Mumbai HC & Supreme Court ordered to demolish Illegal structure of Afzal khan tomb…
…But none of the Govt & politician has dare to demolish it..@ShefVaidya @VikasSaraswat#mazar_jihad #SaveForts_OpposeLandJihad pic.twitter.com/KSURBJuNFm
— 🚩 Ramesh Shinde 🇮🇳 (@Ramesh_hjs) January 16, 2022
Glorious history of the forts suppressed in the atmosphere of Islamization…
Let us fulfil our national responsibility by discarding the cloak of Land Jihad & show our respect towards the forts!
— HinduJagrutiOrg (@HinduJagrutiOrg) January 16, 2022
The fort of Mahim has a history of being built during the reign of King Pratap in the 14th century and is a protected monument.
— Guruprasad Gowda (@Gp_hjs) January 16, 2022