A Great Win of Organized Hindu Force. Temple bell again filled the air at Bhagya Laxmi Mandir at Charminar-Hyderabad.
Posted by hinduexistence on January 29, 2012
Hyderabad – 29th January, 2012 || Hindu activists from all the wings including the Hindu Jangaruti Samithi organized a big protest rally and Mahaarati on 27th January, 2012 at about 12 noon with bell ringing , conch blowing and drum beating to restore the rights of ringing temple bells at Bhagyalaxi Mandir at Charminar area of Hyderabad in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. The Hyderabad was a princely state under Muslim Sultanate and wanted to join with Pakistan at the time of partition of India. But, it was accessed by India with a strong initiative of Sardar Ballav Bhai Patel, the then Home Minister of India in the year 1948.
On September 16, 1948, Indian Army moved in to Hyderabad State from five different points. Four days later, the Hyderabad forces surrendered ultimately. The number of dead was a little over 800. The police action followed over the agitated Muslim fundamentalists there, achieved a success within a couple of days subsequently.
But, the fanatic and pro-pak Islamists are still active withing the ruling congress and the MIM (Majalis Ittehadul Muslimin), who tried to restrain the religious rights of Hindus in Hyderabad by stopping the temple bells at Bhagya Laxmi Temple at Charminar area.
But, Hindus came out successfully by restoring the rights to ring the temple bells with a big and effective movement, where Hindus are minority and Muslim population is higher than 60% in that specified area of agitation.
Hyderabad sets an example for every Hindu, how to fight against obstinate Islam even in a crucial and minority emphasis.
Muslim Fundamentalism crushed by angry Hindu Agitation.
Wild allegations trigger tension in old city of Hyderabad on banning Temple bell at Bhagya Laxmi Mandir.
No bar on tying of flags for Milad-un-Nabi or ringing of bells in temples, clarify police
Tempers ran high in old city on Friday with two communities expressing anger over alleged restrictions imposed by the police on tying of flags for coming Milad-un-Nabi and on banning of ringing of the bell in Bhagyalxmi temple, adjacent to the historic Charminar.
The rumour that police were preventing the devout from ringing the bell surfaced apparently after a newspaper published a picture of two woman constables holding the bells in the temple in an attempt to prevent the devotees from ringing them during ‘Harati’ time. The fact that the picture was published five days ago and the firm denial of police that such an order was issued, did not cut much ice.
Police suspect that the picture was not shot recently, as one of the constables in it was currently attached to Nampally police station and not old city. The situation appeared to spiral out of control after Telugu Desam corporator Raja Singh known for his right-wing activities, announced that he would go to the temple to the ring the bell. Singh’s supporters wanted to take out a rally to Charminar arguing that there was never any restriction on ringing of the bell in temples.
Anticipating trouble, the police moved in and took the corporator into preventive custody on Thursday night and released him on Friday morning.
“There is no such order prohibiting ringing of bell. Many devotees did ring the bell during Harati time. These reports are baseless,” the South zone DCP, Manish Kumar Sinha, said.
Meanwhile, tension was also building up at several places in old city after people alleged that the police were preventing the tying of banners and flags for Milad-un-Nabi festival. However, Mr. Sinha refuted that restrictions were imposed on tying of banners and flags.
“It is true that we’re trying to streamline the ‘jalsa’ (meeting), processions and decorations such as tying of flags organised during the festival by speaking to various sections,” Mr. Sinha said. While he claimed that organisers responded positively to police suggestions, some cried foul alleging that the police were detaining persons who tied flags on roads and grilling them.
The DCP said that elders of the community celebrating the festival were asked to confine decorations to February 4, 5 and 6. Details of the meeting venues, routes of processions and other celebrations were being collected to provide adequate security and ensure minimum traffic chaos. Keeping in view the violence that erupted after the festival two years ago, the police did not want to take any chances. eHINDU INPUT.
HINDUS PROVED AGAIN THAT A VEHEMENT PROTEST AND ANGRY AGITATION AGAINST THE NEFARIOUS ISLAMIC DESIGN, ALWAYS GIVE THE WIN TO RESTORE HINDU DIGNITY BY CRUSHING THE CONSPIRACY AGAINST HINDUS IN INDIA AND EVERYWHERE.
HINDU EXISTENCE CONVEYS ITS WELL WISHES AND FULL SUPPORT TO EVERY PARTICIPANTS AND SYMPATHIZERS CONNECTED WITH BHAGYA LAXMI TEMPLE BELL RINGING. BHARAT MATA KI JAI. - Upananda Brahmachari, Editor, Hindu Existence.