Police oppose display of HJS boards at Chopda (Jalgaon)

Vaishakh Krushna Ashtami

Chopda (Maharashtra):  “In view of the recent communal riots, do not keep display boards on matters related to Dharma; else you will be put behind bars”, the above threat was given by Chopda police to the members of HJS writing on the display boards. (Police don’t show courage to rioting Muslims attacking Hindus; on the contrary, they are threatening Hindus working towards protection of Nation and Dharma. Muslims will be after Hindus and Hindus are supposed to keep mum and tolerate oppression. Hindus have to bear such treatment till there are pro-Muslim rulers. Hindus must therefore, unite to drive away such rulers – Editor)   

When the HJS members argued that writing on the boards about Dharma can not be the cause of riots; police replied that if they allow HJS to write boards regarding matters related to Dharma, they would start writing about Nation and Dharma and cause tension.” Police also claimed that as they had affinity towards the members, they were advising them.” (Muslims have burnt police stations, killed policemen; but police, despite being armed, prefer to pressurize Hindus. Such police would never protect Hindus- Editor)

Police warned the members that if they go ahead with writing boards, they would be put behind bar taking help of any law.(Can police dare to say such things to Muslims? Only because Hindus are divided and over tolerant (actually impotent) police are licking hands of Muslims like their rulers. Hindus must not forget such police at the time of revolution – Editor) The police advised the members that people who had run away during the riots were slowly returning back to their homes. We have to arrest them. This would go on and HJS members should, therefore, think about it and stop writing display boards.

Source:
‘Daily Sanatan Prabhat’

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