Currently, the Waqf Board controls more than 8.6 lakh acres! – Manoj Khadaye, HJS

Mr. Manoj Khadaye

Satara (Maharashtra) – Like Halal Jihad, the Waqf Board of Muslims is indulging in Land jihad. The Waqf Board has been given absolute and draconian powers by law to expropriate government property including houses, shops, farms, lands and religious places of Hindus and even government property. The Waqf Board has thus swallowed land belonging to Hindus in many districts of the country including Maharashtra. In 2009, the 4 lakh acres of land owned by the Waqf Board has now increased to more than 8 lakh 60 thousand acres, stated Mr. Manoj Khadaye, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti’s Western Maharashtra, Konkan, Goa and Gujarat State Coordinator. He was speaking at a meeting of devout Hindus in Satara.

On this occasion, Hindu Mahasabha Pramukh Karyavah Advocate Dattaji Sanas, Executive Member Umeshji Gandhi, Vishwa Hindu Parishad’s Satara Shahar Mantri (former) Mr. Jitendra Wadekar, Mr. Jangam Swamy Lingayat Vani Samaj, Trustee of Sri Bahuleshwar Temple Trust Mr. Amol Gosavi and others were present.

The trustee of Sri Bahuleshwar Temple Trust Mr. Amol Gosavi shared his court battle against the land grabbers who usurped land of Sri Bahuleshwar temple.

Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat

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