VHP flays police ban on its leader

VHP flays police ban on its leader

VHP flays police ban on its leader

Vishwa Hindu Parishad(VHP) Swarna Jayanthi Utsava Samiti, Udupi  which is organising “Virat Hindu Samajothsav” on March 9 at M G M Grounds has strongly condemned the district administration and police departments decision to ban the entry of the VHP International Working President, Praveen Togadia into the district for seven days.

Briefing reporters, VHP District President Suprasad Shetty alleged that the State government has taken a hasty decision to suppress the voice of the Hindus.  The decision of the government has deeply hurt the sentiments of the Hindus. However, the decision would not in any way affect the strong determination and hinder the enthusiasm of the Hindus. 

He said Samajothsava would be held at any cost and the organization still has hopes that the district administration would reconsider its decision.

He said the organisation would take decision shortly over the alternative keynote speaker in place of Togadia, if the district administration strictly adheres to its decision.

He cautioned the State government would not succeed in its attempt to suppress the voice of Hindus. 

The ban order against Togadia is a challenge for Hindu organisation activists, which in turn would help the organizers to gather huge number people for the programme. He added the Samajothsava would be  held from 4 pm to  5.20 pm.

Seeks order’s withdrawal 

Meanwhile, district BJP also condemned district administration’s decision to ban Togadia from entering the district for seven days. 

The district BJP spokesperson Mattar Ratnakar Hegde alleged that the Congress government had made the district administration and district police department as scapegoats to carry out its work.  

He ridiculed that the fear against law and order maintenance has made the district administration and police department to take up the prohibition order. 

He urged the district administration to withdraw its ban order against Togadia. He cautioned the ban on Togadia would end up in provoking the Hindu activists.