Hindus demand ban on Sunny Leone at Kalyan and Navi Mumbai

Kalyan / Navi Mumbai (Maharashtra) : If gold donated by devotees in temples is going to be used for repayment of loan amounting to billions of rupees by the Government, it is condemnable. The Government should immediately cancel such decision. Also it was actually wrong to allow porn-star Sunny Leone to come to India where women are respected as mothers, goddess and sisters; but she has been earning money by exhibiting her body and should be immediately driven out from this country, demanded Dr. Upendra Dahake, the Vice President of BJP for Kalyan city during demonstrations staged under aegis of Rashtriya Hindu Andolan at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Chowk and outside Vashi railway station in Navi Mumbai by pro-Hindu organizations.

Dr. Dahake addressed the demonstrators at Kalyan. Shri. Kudiwal of ‘Shri. Yoga Vedanta Samiti’, Sou. Sanjeevani Patil, District President (women’s wing) of BJP for Kalyan, Sou. Kanchan Khare, BJP’s district President (Youth wing), Bajarang Dal’s Shri. Amol Zaveri and members of VHP, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) and Sanatan Sanstha etc. participated in the demonstrations. 

Dr. Uday Dhuri, spokesperson of HJS for Mumbai said at Vashi that would the rulers having an eye on money from Hindus’ temples, dare to take such decision in case of fanatic Muslims and Christians ? These rulers have demanded to remove even ‘Om’ from Yogasana –exercises, for their pseudo secularism, to be held on ‘International Yoga Day’.

Sou. Kamal Giramkar of Sanatan Sanstha, Shri. Dhananjay Suravase, a devout Hindu from Navi Mumbai and Sou. Anjali Palan of Ranaragini Division also addressed the demonstrators. Letters written to the Prime Minister demanding ouster of Sunny Leone were signed by 75 devout Hindus on the occasion, outside Vashi railway station.

Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat

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