Overt support by Owaisi of ‘AIMIM’ to the ‘ISIS” terrorists !
– BJP MLA T Raja Singh, Hyderabad
Ramnathi (Goa) – ‘In the series of bomb explosions that took place in Hyderabad in 2002 many innocents were killed. The terrorists belonging to ‘ISIS’ who were arrested in this case were supported by Owaisi. Later, on 1st June 2018, 12 ISIS terrorists were arrested; and as a result, the conspiracy to attack me and Shri Bhagyalakshmi Temple was foiled. Owaisi declared that he would support all terrorists arrested by the NIA. In this way, Owaisi of ‘AIMIM” is openly supporting terrorists. We have developed effective unity of Hindus even in such an adverse situation. Earlier, cow slaughter was going on unchecked in the State of Telangana. After our mission started, the Police administration becomes active of its own volition before Bakr-e-Eid and starts taking actions such as patrolling the borders, apprehending the cow smugglers, etc. This is a power of Hindu unity; carry out the mission of Hindutva in such a way that history will remember you’, said BJP MLA Shri. T Raja Singh from Telangana. He was speaking on the seventh day (4th June), the concluding day, of 8th All India Convention for the ‘Hindu Nation’ at Vidyadhiraj Meeting Hall of Shri Ramnath Temple on the topic ‘Opposition faced while carrying out the mission of Hindutva and retaliation displayed to it’.
To stop the loot of temples, it is necessary to liberate them from the control of Government ! – Adv. Kiran Bettadapur, Supreme Court
Adv. Kiran Bettadapur, a lawyer in the Supreme Court, while speaking on ‘Opposition to Government take-over of temples’ said, “India became free, but Hindus did not get religious freedom. The Government take-over of temples and corruption taking place through its medium are very serious issues. Nearly 4.5 lakh temples in the country are under the control of the Government, and we cannot even imagine the amount of corruption taking place in them. If the scam in the coal-allotment was worth Rs. 1,80,000 crores, the corruption in temples would be many more times than the coal scam. If only the State of Karnataka is considered, the State Government collects Rs.10,000 crores from them; but most of the amount is expended on the issues which have nothing to do with Hindus, these are churches, flood relief fund, etc. The mission for Dharma should begin from the self itself by taking inspiration from a shloka in Geeta, ‘Yada Yada hi dharmasya….”.
On the occasion, Shri. Jitendra Singh Thakur, Mahamantri fo All India Hindu Mahasabha from Indore (MP), Shri. Pratap Singh Thakur from Pratapgarh (UP), Shri. Anurag Pandey, Convener of ‘India with Wisdom Group’ of Varanasi (UP) and Shri. Viresh Tyagi, Karyalay Mantri of Hindu Mahasabha expressed their views on various topics.