Silent march taken out by Jain community against ‘love jihad’ at Karad

Representation submitted to Dy. zonal police officer

People of Jain community participating in the march

Karad : Jain community took out silent march against an incident of ‘love jihad’ taking place here. A representation was also submitted to zonal police officer Rajlakshmi Shivankar demanding to put curb on increasing spread of ‘love jihad’ and to take stringent action against concerned fanatics by investigating into the incident of ‘love jihad’.

Large number of people from Jain community participated in the march; besides BJP’s Satara District President, President of ‘Hindu Ekata Andolan’ for Karad and Karad municipal councilor Shri. Vikram Pavaskar, Shri. Rupesh Mule of ‘Hindu Ekata Andolan’, Shri. Omkar Mane, Shri. Sagar Amale of Shri Shiva-Pratishthan, activists of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti and seekers of Sanatan with members of various local pro-Hindu organizations.

A girl from Jain community staying at Shivaji Housing Society in Karad was drawn in the love-net of a fanatic and was converted. He also married her. Her family members tried to make her understand but she was in no mood to listen. The march was taken out in the background of the said incident.

Views expressed by dignitaries

Come together as Hindus, forgetting your castes and sects ! – Shri. Vikram Pavaskar, District President, BJP

Love jihad is a big attack on Hindu Dharma and there is now need to unite as Hindus rather than as communities. Jain community need not be afraid of anybody. All Hindus are supporting them.

Govt. should pass a law against ‘love jihad’ as soon as possible; love jihad should be made as a non-cognizable offence with punishment of minimum 15 years for the guilty – Shri. Vitthal Swami Maharaj, Mathadhipati, Jairam Swami Mutt, Vadgaon

Highlight : Copies of special issue published by ‘Dainik Sanatan Prabhat’ on ‘love jihad’ were distributed on the occasion.

Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat

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