Halal economy is being imposed upon us – Adv Vishnu Shankar Jain, Supreme Court, Central Government

Book release : Halal Jihad Hindi edition

From left Mr Kapil Mishra, Mr Suresh Chavhanke, Mr Ramesh Shinde, and Advocate Vishnu Shankar Jain during the book release

New Dehli : Hindi edition of ‘Halal Jihad’, authored by Mr Ramesh Shinde, National spokesperson of HJS was released in the India International Centre by Mr Kapil Mishra (BJP member, ‘Hindu Ecosystem’), Mr Suresh Chavhanke (Editor of Sudarshan News Channel), and Advocate Vishnu Shankar Jain (Supreme Court, Central Government). Adv Vishnu Jain said that Halal Economy is being imposed upon us through the use and consumption of Halal certified products. He also said that, Halal certificates were hurting religious sentiments of mostly Hindus. The book (Halal Jihad) would provide all the information related to such products, the detrimental effect of Halal economy on Hindu community and Indian economy.

Dr Vivek Agraval, Industrialist from Delhi, journalist Mr Sandeep Dev, Historian Dr Rinku
Vadhera, Mr Jagadish Chowdhari, Director of Balaji Group of Colleges, and other were present
for the book release. HJS has successfully completed 2 decades of service to Nation & Dharma. Mr Sriram Luktuke, HJS Coordinator of UP (W) and Uttarakhand informed the gathering about success achieved by HJS in various campaigns. Mr Kartik Salunke, HJS Coordinator of Punjab, Haryana compered the program.

Dignitaries present at the book release function

The growth of Halal Economy can be certainly curbed if we oppose it unitedly – Mr Ramesh Shinde

The utilisation of funds that are accrued through Halal Economy is a topic that needs investigation. The Union Home Minister faces threats from the workers of Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind, which issues Halal certificates. When ISKCON suggested providing mid-day meals to schools in Madhya Pradesh, Islamists boycotted it and said they would not accept the food because it was being distributed after being offered to Shri Jaganath. Then why are Halal certified products imposed upon us? Earlier the Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA) had made it mandatory to obtain halal certificates to export meat from India. After correspondence with the Central Government, APEDA has dropped this condition. Islam may say consume Halal, but it says nothing about ‘selling’ halal. Therefore no one can force us to buy Halal certified products. All of us should oppose this Halal economy unitedly. Then we can certainly succeed in curbing it.

Fundamental right of every Hindu to stop this parallel economy which is contrary to his interests – Mr Kapil Mishra

A parallel economy is being set up by making us involuntarily pay for it. Every Hindu has the fundamental right to stop this parallel economy which opposes his own interests. It is a conspiracy to financially stifle the majority community.

Need to continue with the demand of Hindu Rashtra – Mr Suresh Chavhanke

Halal jihad is one of the numerous crises Hindu community is facing. Apart from opposing this Halal certification imposed on Hindus, the demand for Hindu Rashtra also should necessarily continue with the same spirit.

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