Stone ‘them’ and deport to Pakistan who obstruct Hindu Rashtra in Bharat.
Hindu population will soon reach 125 crore through meaningful ‘Gharwapsi': Sadhvi Saraswati.
Speaking at Virat Hindu Sammelan organized at VHP’s Golden Jubilee Celebration at Nehru Maidan in City of Mangaluru on Sunday, the main attraction of Hindu Samajotsav – Sadhvi Saraswati pressed the audience for unique unity of Hindu society with a warrior power to combat the Jihadi force trying to Islamize the land of Bharat (India).
Calling upon the Hindus to be united and fight for the cause of Hindu Rashtra, Sadhvi Saraswati said that it should be everyone’s priority to protect the interest of the Hindu nation.
The young Sadhvi from Madhya Pradesh, who is known for her firebrand public speeches exposing Islam, Secular Politics and anti Hindu elements, especially in events of Sangh Parivar, on Sunday offered special pooja at Kadri Manjunath Temple in the city before heading to Nehru Maidan.
The star speaker of today’s Hindu Samajtosav told media persons on the temple premises that Mangaluru always attracts her.
Responding to a question, she endorsed the controversial ‘Ghar Wapsi’ campaign of Sangh Parivar and said that the population of Hindus will soon reach 125 crore if the Ghar Wapsi campaign was carried out in a proper manner. Sadhvi called upon the media to promote Hindu culture and take up issues related to Hindus. All Hindus must be aware of the burning issues of Hindu society, she said. Increasing influence of western culture, cases of love Jihad and conversion of Hindus to other religions etc. are major threat to Hindu society in India, she said, and exhorted Hindus to be united to face the challenges.
The young Sadhvi, who did not allow the saffron brigade to feel the absence of VHP supremo Praveen Togadia on the stage of Samajotsav, made several indirect attempts to compare Indian Muslims with Pakistanis throughout her Desi accent Hindi speech.
Spurred by the positive response of the thrilled crowd, the firebrand speaker exhorted the Hindus to take an oath to re-establish the Hindu Rashtra in India and protect their ‘nation’, ‘religion’ and ‘women’ from ‘enemies’.
Lashing out at AIMIM chief and Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi, she said that the former lacks the guts to speak in front of Hindus.
Recalling the controversial statements of Owaisi brothers, she said that they are the enemies of the Hindu nation. “He (Owaisi) is still alive in this country because he took the name of Ramji or else it would be difficult to recognize him even with an autopsy. Stone ‘them’ and deport to Pakistan who obstruct Hindu Rashtra in Bharat. Nobody will be allowed here to re-frame again any Pakistan in the land of majority Hindus since time immemorial” she said.
The programme was blessed by Swami Vishvesha Theertha Maharaj, Chief pontiff of Pejawar Mutt who said that Hinduism promotes harmony and tolerance in society. ‘Burn your ignorance, not Bhagavad Gita’, says Pejawar seer in his emotional speech at Hindu Samajotsav at Mangalore.
The event was spontaneous, vigorous and huge crowd-pulling. Thousands of activists of Vishwa Hindu Parishad and Bajrang Dal took out a grand ‘Shobha Yatra’ in Mangaluru to mark the launch of Vishwa Hindu Parishad’s Virat Hindu Samajotsav. The rally was formally flagged off at Dr Ambedkar circle in the heart of the city in the presence of, seers, religio-political leaders and functionaries of VHP and Bajrang Dal.
Thousands of activists who took out mini rallies from various parts of the city joined the Shobha Yatra at Dr Ambedkar circle and marched towards Nehru Maidan, wherein Pejewar Mutt pontiff Sri Vishvesha Theertha Swamiji inaugurated the meet by performing ‘go-poojan’.
A considerable number of women also took part in the colourful Shobha Yatra which completely blocked road stretch between state bank bus terminus and Dr Ambedkar Circle for a long time. Euphoric slogans such as ‘Hindu Rashtra ki Jai’, ‘Vande Mataram’, ‘Bharat Mata ki Jai’, ‘VHP-RSS ki Jai’, ‘Jai Shri Ram’, ‘Bharat me rhyna hog to Vande Matram khyna hoga’, were raised by the people during the Shobha Yatra amidst music bands. Cultural troupes and tableaux were also part of the grand procession.
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