No entry to Muslims in Garba festival to curb ‘Love jihad’

Call from Dignitaries in ‘Special debate’ organised by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti

Maulanas, who do not believe in traditions in Hindu Dharma, Hindu Deities, in fact show contempt towards them, speak about giving entry to Muslims in Navratri Festival. Muslims should not be given entry in Navratri – garba dance; because not only in India but all over the world people have witnessed incidents of love jihad occurring by trapping Hindu young girls through alluring tactics. ‘Islamic Hit Teams’ were active since 1995 in Bradford in the UK entangling Hindu girls in love jihad. Kerala High Court has admitted the existence of love jihad. Tanya, Editor of ‘Sangam Talks’ demanded law to check love jihad. She was talking in the ‘Special debate’ on the topic. ‘Love jihad in Navratri ?’ organised by HJS.

Pushpa Pal, Founder of Simha Channel said narrating her own experience that she herself was the victim of love jihad, for those who deny the existence of love jihad, she confirmed the existence of love jihad. She explained that it was a planned conspiracy to capture Hindu girls by alluring them not for love but to increase Muslim population and converting Hindu girls. Therefore, Hindu young girls and women need to remain alert by educating themselves on Dharma.

Ms Pratiksha Korgaonkar of Ranaragini Wing of HJS said that Muslim youth enter the garba dance festival held at various places on various grounds and trap Hindu young girls in their love and cheat them later. Thus Hindu girls become the victims of ‘Love jihad’. Incidents show that many girls in the age group 14 to 18 became victims of love jihad in the last month. HJS has been engaged in awakening Hindus about this menace of love jihad since past many years. HJS has published one book also with title ‘Love Jihad’. Besides, HJS is ever engaged in organising lectures and other various activities to convey the horrifying truth of love jihad among Hindus and invites them to remain alert and join the free class on education on Dharma.

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