Rashtreeya Hindu Andolan holds demonstrations demanding rehabilitation of Pak Hindus

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Hindutvavadis during the protest at Sambhajinagar

Hindutvavadis during the protest at Sambhajinagar

Oppression of Hindus in Pakistan and Bangladesh is on the rise. Hindu young women are raped; their temples are destroyed, Hindus’ life has become insecure in those countries. Since last few months therefore, many Hindu refugees are coming to India. At some places, arrangements have been made for their stay; but the Government is very keen to send them back. Some are being forcefully sent back.  Whereas some are even arrested. It is observed that Indian Government is treating Hindu refugees as criminals. As such, in a country where Hindus are in majority, condition of Hindu refugees is very pathetic. Rashtreeya Hindu Andolan is demanding that all Hindu refugees be given Indian citizenship, should be rehabilitated extending all facilities. Demonstrations were held at various places in this context. Given below is a report …..

It is very sad that population of Muslims is growing in India instead of Hindus ! – Shri. Anil Ardak, Social Coordination Committee, Sambhajinagar

Sambhajinagar (Maharashtra) : Population of Muslims is growing in India instead of Hindus is very sad. ‘Love jihad’ menace is increasing. If it grows in this manner, there will be no Hindu girls left  leading to anarchy. It is, therefore, necessary for all Sampradayas to unite and fight against these powers, said Shri. Anil Ardak of  ‘Social Coordination Committee’, Sambhajinagar. He addressed more than 60 demonstrators gathered in Kranti Chowk.  

Activists of many pro-Hindu organizations viz. Shri. Dnyaneshwar Kolage, Sainath Rathod, Ganesh Kolge, Ninad Kulkarni, Anil Gawade, Kishore Jagatap and Shri. Ashok Kulkarni of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti participated in demonstrations.

Highlights – Spontaneous participation of women was speciality of these demonstrations

Govt. will have to face wrath of Hindus if Hindu refugees are sent back to Pakistan ! – warns Datta Powar

Malkapur (Dist. Kolhapur) : All Hindu refugees should be rehabilitated. Shiv Sena will strongly support them. Hindu refugees should not be sent back to Pakistan; else, the Government will have to face wrath of Hindus, warned Shri. Datta Powar, Shahuwadi Taluka-chief of Shiv Sena on 7th January during demonstrations held in Subhash Chowk at 11.30 a.m. More than 50 devout Hindus took part in the demonstrations.

Pro-Hindu activists in attendance : Shri. Raju Prabhavalkar, BJP’s Dy. Chief, Shri. Nathuram Bhosale, Dy. Taluka-chief of Shiv Sena, Shri. Baliram Patil of Sree Sampradaya, Shri. Vijay Morbale of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti, other devout Hindus viz. Shri. Shivaji Ghavare and Shri. Baba Nikam, Sou. Sunita Bhople, Sou. Shobha Magar, Kum. Snehal Dhole, Kum. Priyanka Bhople, Sou. Sangita Mirajkar etc. of Sanatan Sanstha

Shri. Prasad Kulkarni of HJS was the compeer of the program.

Demonstrations in front of District Collector’s office in Nashik

Nashik : Shri. Rahul Patil, Sou. Jyoti Pundit, Nisha Barari, Vandana Ozarkar of Sanatan Sanstha and Shri. Shivaji Ugale, Shashidhar Joshi, Vijay Shirsat, Dhananjay Kalunge, Sou. Minakshi Kolhe of HJS; besides other devout Hindus took part in the demonstrations held in front of District Collector’s office. Later, a representation was given to the District Collector of Nashik, Shri. Patil. He said that he fully agreed with the views and the Government should take appropriate stand.    

Highlights – Many school girls spontaneously took part in the demonstrations

Source: Dainik Sanatan Prabhat

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