Hindu Mahasabha declares Rupees 20 lakh award to slain Asaduddin Owaisi

Earlier Hindu Mahasabha declared Rupees 10 lakh award to slain Asaduddin Owaisi for his anti-National, Pro-Yakub stand. Now, the organisation has doubled the reward amount to slain Owaisi, as per a report published in online edition of Punjab Keshri on oct,7 as divulged.

All India Hindu Council (Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha) has doubled the reward money now for slaining All India Majlis-e-Ittehad-ul-Muslimeen (AIMIM) president and Hyderabad MP who initiated the campaign to save the terrorist Yakub Memon.  All India Hindu Maha Sabha president Kamlesh Tiwari said that they earlier (in the month of July) announced to pay Rs 10 lakh, but still the mission is not accomplished. Now, all the Hindu Conference held recently in Hyderabad passed a resolution to  increase the reward money as 20 lakhs in cash.

Kamlesh Tewari assured that the successful person to slain Owaisi will get the expenses from the trial court to the Supreme Court with a full coverage for the family members of the accused for killing Asaduddin Owaisi. Owaisi was the first man to oppose the hanging of terrorist Yakub Memon. Then the pseudo-seculars, communists and Islamists  started writing letters to President of India to save Yakub Memon. He said people with Owaisi should also be punished. Owaisi also dragged the religious sentiment with the issues related to the hanging of a dangerous terrorist like Yakub Memon.

Tiwari said that ‘Hindu Awakening Conference’ (हिंदू जाग्रत सम्मलेन) in Hyderabad has been quite successful. Representatives of several states joined in the conference. All of them decided unanimously that cow slaughter must be stopped at any cost. The conference demanded that the central government must issue directives to stop selling meat on Hindu festivals in all states. The Hindu Conference mentioned ‘Dadri lynch case’ as an unavoidable Hindu backlash.

Source : Hindu Existence

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