Halal Economy is being imposed upon Indians – Ramesh Shinde, National spokesperson, HJS

Noida (UP) : Halal certificate is essential in the Fashion Industry, Dating websites are Halal certified. Household appliances like Microwave are Halal certified, residential colonies, hospitals are being Halal certified. In addition to these, a new concept of Halal Tourism is coming into being. So the expenditure on tourism will be spent on Halal certified restaurants. This is a system cropping up all over the world. India’s first Halal cruise commenced on 14 th August 2022. All McDonald restaurants in India are Halal certified. Despite most of their consumers being Hindus, McDonald forces them to eat Halal. Similarly franchisees of many international companies have set up shop in India and are doing the same thing. In this way through consumption and use of Halal certified substances, the Halal Economy is being imposed upon us.  Halal meat is banned along with England, Netherlands in Europe, in 7 countries, informed Ramesh Shinde, National spokesperson of HJS.

A talk based on ‘Halal jihad’ was organised in Bhavram Devras School in Sector 12 on the occasion of HJS completing 2 decades. Mr Shinde was addressing the gathering. More than 350 devout Hindus attended this talk. Mr NP Singh, former Chairperson of Federation of Noida Residents Welfare Associations (FONRWA) also attended the program, which was compered by Mr Umesh.

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