Hindu netizens trend #BanSunburnFestival, which leads youth to drugs and immorality

Today morning #BanSunburnFestival became one of the top trends in India on Twitter. Sunburn is being held in Goa from 27 to 29 December. Many Hindus have already started protests against it and have urged Govt and administration to ban this event which promotes vulgarity, obscenity, drugs and immorality. Organisers of Sunburn have also owe crores … Read more

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