Sankalp March in Delhi: Hindus take out peaceful march against Udaipur, Amravati killings

New Delhi: Right-wing activists participate in Samvidhan

Sankalp March: The Vishva Hindu Parishad on Saturday took out a ‘Samvidhan Sankalp Yatra’ to protest against the recent Hindu killings across the country. While Kanhayia Lal was beheaded in Udaipur for sharing posts in support of Nupur Sharma, Chemist Umesh Kolhe too was brutally murdered in Maharashtra’s Amravati for the same.

Waving the Tricolour and chanting ‘Jai Shri Ram’, scores of sadhus too participated in the march against “attacks on the community”.

BJP leaders Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga and Kapil Mishra were also present in the march.

Former North Delhi mayor Avtar Singh said, “Multiple Hindu groups are on the streets today for this ‘Sankalp March’. We are here to raise our voice against the attacks on Hindus. They cannot be targeted or attacked in that manner. We won’t spare those who target us.”

For the smooth passage of the march, the Delhi Police had made special traffic arrangements in Sikandara Road, Barakhamba Road, Copernicus Marg, Firoz Shah Road, Bhagwan Das Road, Kasturba Gandhi Marg, Tolstoy Marg, Sansad Marg from Outer Circle Connaught Place to Patel Chowk, Janpath from Outer Circle Connaught Place to R/A Windsor Place.

Meanwhile, MP Navneet Rana and MLA Ravi Rana along with the family of Umesh Kolhe’s house in Amravati recited Hanuman Chalisa in Hanuman Temple.

Source : India TV

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