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A 'Hindu Rashtra' convention planned in Bengaluru?

Convention organised by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti on Sunday, May 8, poster on social media is an open invite

Sabrangindia 07 May 2022

Hindu Rashtra

On May 9 the Supreme Court is reportedly set to  hear a plea against a 'Hindu Rashtra' event that was scheduled at Talkatora stadium in central Delhi, on the evening of May 5. However another such event is being planned in Bengaluru on Sunday. According to a poster doing the rounds of social media, this event has been organised by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti on Sunday, May 8 in Bengaluru.

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The organisation has claimed that a “Hindu Nation is the only solution for all problems faced by Hindus”. Its the State Coordinator (for Bihar and Uttar Pradesh) Vishwanath Kulkarni, reportedly spoke at a recent event in Rae Bareily, Uttar Pradesh and claimed that “problems like love jihad, conversions, governments taking over Hindu temples, malpractices in managing the temples, etc have been created” because India was not a Hindu Nation.

According to the information shared on their own website, Vishwanath Kulkarni, who is described as having a “spiritual level 63%”, for Uttar Pradesh and Bihar addressed a “Hindu Rashtra-jagruti Sabha organised at Mirzapur in Salwan taluka”. Other such events have also been held in UP, where pledges were made to ensure a “Hindu Rashtra by 2025”.

 

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A 'Hindu Rashtra' convention planned in Bengaluru?

Convention organised by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti on Sunday, May 8, poster on social media is an open invite

Hindu Rashtra

On May 9 the Supreme Court is reportedly set to  hear a plea against a 'Hindu Rashtra' event that was scheduled at Talkatora stadium in central Delhi, on the evening of May 5. However another such event is being planned in Bengaluru on Sunday. According to a poster doing the rounds of social media, this event has been organised by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti on Sunday, May 8 in Bengaluru.

https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/kBbfsQWkBBouzUD7oYl976qySUGU6nkCi1eiKgdJjmhqfmqhdfQPN2syL6XLtYrE_n4J3P9zV0MU0DfwO05Zv1Ku6HbMrkr62OUzOpxnJmKm8wgHaZlokdqzKV6VMi7xYFTE1NSgJoqEj6zuRg

The organisation has claimed that a “Hindu Nation is the only solution for all problems faced by Hindus”. Its the State Coordinator (for Bihar and Uttar Pradesh) Vishwanath Kulkarni, reportedly spoke at a recent event in Rae Bareily, Uttar Pradesh and claimed that “problems like love jihad, conversions, governments taking over Hindu temples, malpractices in managing the temples, etc have been created” because India was not a Hindu Nation.

According to the information shared on their own website, Vishwanath Kulkarni, who is described as having a “spiritual level 63%”, for Uttar Pradesh and Bihar addressed a “Hindu Rashtra-jagruti Sabha organised at Mirzapur in Salwan taluka”. Other such events have also been held in UP, where pledges were made to ensure a “Hindu Rashtra by 2025”.

 

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