Bajrang Dal demonstrated across the country, demanding a ban on PFI and Tabligi Jamaat

Bajrang Dal’s Protest:  In view of the ruckus arising out of Nupur Sharma’s statement and violence in many cities, today Bajrang Dal, an organization of Vishwa Hindu Parishad, demonstrated in all states including Delhi and Jammu and Kashmir and Submitted a memorandum to the President at the district headquarters. VHP working president Alok Kumar also addressed the dharna in Sunderbani in Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir. He said that in the cases of BJP’s Nupur Sharma and Naveen Jindal, unless the court declares that they have committed an offence, they cannot be convicted.

Vishwa Hindu Parishad targets PFI
PFI is a Muslim political party which has been accused of supporting violence in the country. Vishwa Hindu Parishad working president Alok Kumar said that organizations like Popular Front of India (PFI) and Tablighi Jamaat, which incite Islamic Jihadi violence in the country, should be banned immediately. In places where the Hindu community has become a minority, adequate arrangements should be made for its security. Bajrang Dal has also made these demands in a memorandum submitted to the President to the administrative officers across the country on June 16.

Target on radical Muslim leadership
Alok Kumar said that fundamentalist Muslim organizations are pushing common Muslims on the path of violence by misleading them on Friday prayers or on other occasions. They said they would ‘remove the police for 15 minutes’. I also want to tell those who made such statements that this is the India of 2022. Today’s government is capable of maintaining the rule of law in the country.

VHP gave Direct ActionSigns
VHP Working President also said that Hindu society also knows how to deal with hooliganism while exercising its right of self-defense. On the occasion of nationwide protest, VHP’s Union Joint General Secretary Dr Surendra Jain while addressing the workers in Rohtak, Haryana said that the jihadi elements should desist from the bare dance of violence. Violence and atrocities against Hindus must now come to a complete stop.

Bajrang Dal’s National Convener Shri Sohan Singh Solanki said on this occasion that Bajrang Dal has always accepted the challenges of violent and terrorist people and organizations. If attacks on Hindu society do not stop, Bajrangi knows very well how to deal with them.

demand for action under Rasuka
Bajrang Dal’s memorandum submitted to the President after nationwide dharna demanded that after Friday prayers on June 3 and 10 in mosques Identify the frenzied mob and attackers who came out of them and take action under Rasuka.

Bajrang Dal’s main demands

  1. On the coming Friday 17th June, other mosques including these mosques should also be monitored.
  2. Also, the mullah-maulvis, leaders who instigated the frenzied mob should be identified and imposed on them.< /li>
  3. Strict action should be taken by identifying all the people giving poisonous speech.
  4. Those who are being threatened, they should be given immediate protection and strict legal action should be taken against those giving threats.
  5. The mosques and madrasas from which the mad mobs emerge, should be investigated by the National Investigation Agency (NIA).

Bajrang Dal also targeted the secular fraternity
It has been said in the memo that although no festival of Hindus usually remains without becoming the target of terror of Jihadis, but this year 2 The biggest attacks ever took place on the processions taken out on April, Shri Ram Navami and Hanuman Jayanti. The extremists left the mosques and did not leave the houses, shops, vehicles and government property of the Hindus as well as the temples. Several security personnel were also badly injured. Death threats were also given to many people. Hindu values ​​were ridiculed, publicly abused and secular fraternity leaders and Muslim organizations kept silent on all these things, which is not in the interest of the country.

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