Maharashtra: Satara Hindus protest killing of Hindus in Mewat (Haryana)!

Representatives of pro-Hindu organisations while giving a statement

Satara : Several Hindus who had participated in the Hindu Mahabharata Yatra in Mewat (Haryana) were killed in broad daylight. Vehicles were set on fire. Various Hindu organisations of Satara expressed their condemnation of this incident and presented a memorandum to the district authorities here. Messrs Vijay Gadwe (Vishwa Hindu Parishad), Ravindra Tathawadekar (Bajrang Dal), Satish Otari (Shri Shivpratisthan Hindusthan), Sardar Vijay Singh Barge, Hrishikesh Kapse, Hemant Sonawane (Hindu Janajagruti Samiti) and other office bearers and activists of Hindu organisations were present.

The memorandum said that Hindus were killed in broad daylight in Haryana. Islamists indulged in violence during the Muharram procession in Delhi in which 12 people including 6 policemen have been seriously injured. These Islamists spread terror by dancing with swords and vandalising vehicles. 3 places in Bihar witnessed violence during Muharram processions. A bomb blast occurred in one place in which a girl named Radhakumari has been seriously injured. The memorandum demands stringent legal action against the perpetrators who caused these incidents and damage to public property.

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