Hindu Mahasabha to launch new campaign to promote inter-religious marriages

Members of Hindu Mahasabha 

Inter-religious marriage has been the main reason for honour killings in Haryana since a long time. To stop such crime, Hindu Mahasabha will initiate a campaign in the state from February onwards in which unmarried Hindu boys will be encouraged to marry girls from the Christian, Muslim or other communities.

The campaign will be organized across the country. The decision to run the campaign was taken by Lalit Bhardwaj, state spokesman of Hindu Mahasabha.

The members of the organization say that this campaign will be initiated against Love Jihad.

Executive chairman of Hindu Mahasabha, Dharampal Sivach said in support of this campaign, “Some Muslims fool our Hindu daughters through Love Jihad. But we would respect the girls of other communities.”

He continued, “The campaign will help strengthen the bonds of communal harmony and brotherhood among the different communities in the country.”

Source : DNA

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