A Special Online Discussion on ‘Are Hindus insecure in their own country ?’
“Hindus are being strangled and killed by anti-Hindu forces in Rajasthan, Maharashtra and Karnataka for supporting Nupur Sharma. A war has started between Hindus and anti-national jihadist forces. The war bugle has sounded. If a Hindu remains ‘secular’, he and his family will not survive. Hindus should not rely on the Government and Police to save them. Only if Hindus take training in self-defence, then they will survive. If Hindus want to save themselves and their families, every Hindu must take self-defence training”, urged ardent Hindutva leader and BJP MLA from Telangana Mr. T. Raja Singh. He was speaking at an online special seminar titled ‘Are Hindus Unsafe in their own country?’ organised by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti.
On the occasion, Mr. Gangadhar Kulkarni, Working President of ‘Shriram Sene’ for Karnataka said, “Harsha was killed in February in Karnataka before Praveen Nettaru. Killings originally started in Bhatkal, Karnataka in the Year 1993. At that time, there was a nine-month curfew due to riots after MLA Chittaranjan was killed. Since then, Hindus are being killed continuously in Karnataka. More than 36 Hindus have been killed in Karnataka in the last five months. If all devout Hindu organisations do not unite against this peril, it will be difficult for Hindus to even walk in Karnataka”.
Mr. Prashant Sambargi, a Film distributor and industrialist from Karnataka said, “Praveen Nettaru fired a Muslim working in his meat shop 3 months ago. He stopped ‘Halal meat’ and started selling ‘Jhatka meat’, which Hindus and others eat. So he was killed. ‘Popular Front of India’ (PFI) is trying to show how powerful they are by killing Hindus. PFI is ‘Al Qaeda’ of India. If action is not taken against PFI immediately, it may go on to become an even bigger monster”.
Mr. Mohan Gowda, Spokesperson of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti for Karnataka said, “Out of the last 23 killings of Hindus in Karnataka, 10 were killed by the PFI. A charge sheet was filed in the Court implicating the involvement of the Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI). Congress leader Siddaramaiah also demanded a ban on these organisations. Even in BJP’s 2018 election manifesto, Congress promised that if it comes to power. Organisations such as PFI and Karnataka Forum for Dignity (KFD) will be banned. Accordingly, action should be taken against these fanatic organisations by sending a recommendation to the Central Government”.