Bajrang Dal demands ban on PFI and Tablighi Jamaat, give memorandum to President

New Delhi: Bajrang Dal organised a nation-wide protest with the claim that organisations like Popular Front of India (PFI) and Tablighi Jamaat ignite radical Islamic Jihadi violence, atrocities, persecution and invadism in the country, should be proscribed immediately.

The Bajrang Dal had made these claims in a memorandum they presented to the President of India, Ram Nath Kovind on June 16, 2022, through the good offices of the administrative heads at the district headquarters across the country.


Advocate Alok Kumar who is the central working President of Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) said unless and until any court of law pronounces Naveen Jindal and Nupur Sharma guilty of some crime, they should and cannot be held as guilty. He was addressing a Dharna of Bajrang Dal at Sunderbani, Jammu & Kashmir.

Warning and counselling the Jihadi and dogmatic Muslim leadership, he said that, “they should not push the common Muslim on the path of violence by misdirecting them after Friday prayers or on other occasions. He also said that those who made comments like ‘Remove Police for 15 Minutes’ that this is Bharat of 2022. Today’s government is competent enough to uphold the rule of law and prosecute illegal actions in the country. The Hindu society knows how to deal with the criminal offense and hooliganism or disorderly conduct while exercising its right to defence of body and property”.

VHP’s Central Joint Secretary, Dr Surendra Jain said, “the Jihadi elements should desist from the orgy of violence. Violence and atrocities against Hindus have now to be completely stopped”.

The National Convenor of Bajrang Dal, Sohan Singh Solanki said, “Bajrang Dal has always accepted the challenges of violent and terrorist elements and their organisations. If the attacks on Hindu society do not stop, Bajrangis know very well how to deal with them!”

first published:June 17, 2022, 10:27 p.m.

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