Shri Ram Navami Procession Attacked by Islamic Jihadist: VHP Leaders

Shri Ram Navami Procession Attacked by Islamic Jihadist: VHP Leaders

Hyderabad, June 15 (Hydnow): Telangana State V.H.P president M. Ramaraju, secretary Bandari Ramesh and Bajrangdal State pramukh Shivaramulu here on Wednesday said Shri Ram Navami celebration processions were attacked by lslamic Jihadis.

The radicals resorted to fatal aggressions, stone pelting, burning and looting of Hindu houses and business establishments. National assets were being targeted and destroyed. Now, the Hindu society is outraged at these radical Jihadi attacks.

Speaking to media persons at Telangana V.H.P State office Vijaya Shree Bhavan, Koti today, State V.H.P president M. Ramaraju, secretary Bandari Ramesh and Bajrang Dal State pramukh Shivaramuluv said the recent unrest throughout the country in the guise of protesting the comments of Nupur Sharmaji was also in the same lines where the jihadis gathered in guise of protests attacked Hindus’ houses, business and public establishments.

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“We feel what Nupur Sharmaji had commented was not made out of her own, but she repeated what many lslamic scholars were saying since long.

As a repercussion, her party expelled her from her post and many complaints have been booked on her throughout the nation and now it is a legal matter and the Indian Constitution is capable to take care of such situations.

When we see ransacking of Hindu houses and temples in the name of protests, we feel the vandalism was pre-planned to play the victim card on one side and a direct attack to kill Hindus and destroy their livelihoods for establishing lslamic domination in our country”, they added.

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On June 15, 2022, the Bajrang Dal organized a sit-in against these radical attacks and “anti-Bharat war” at the district headquarters across the country. The Bajrang Dal appealed to Hindu youth to attend the protests in huge numbers. (Hydnow)


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