The Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) submitted a memorandum to Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) national secretary CT Ravi seeking a ban on Halal certificates and the formation of an ‘anti-Love Jihad’ police force in Karnataka. The memorandum was also submitted to MLAs of the state to enact an anti-Halal law in the upcoming Winter Session.
HJS has demanded to bring the “Halal Certificate Prohibition Act”. A bill will be inducted in the next Karnataka Winter Session.
'I have received a memorandum from members of @HinduJagrutiOrg & Durga Sene requesting Special Anti-Love Jihad Police Force to tackle Love Jihad. I will discuss with the Hon. CM @BSBommai & consider this for discussion in assembly if needed'
– @CTRavi_BJP BJP National Secretary pic.twitter.com/rV1S3ghxI6
— HJS Karnataka (@HJSKarnataka) December 13, 2022
Karnataka will be the first State, to bring Act to Ban "Halal certifications", which is illegally imposed on Hindus & other Religions in India.
Thanks to @BSBommai@CTRavi_BJP @ANI @KapilMishra_IND @Vishnu_Jain1 @Tejasvi_Surya pic.twitter.com/eh2RePdRgv
— 🚩 Ramesh Shinde 🇮🇳 (@Ramesh_hjs) December 13, 2022
The HJS has also submitted the memorandum to ban the halal certificate to Karnataka Health minister K Sudhakar.