Mangaluru, 02 Mar 2015: Hindu Samajotsav that was organized by VHP as part of golden jubilee celebrations at Nehru maidan, here on Sunday March 1 was a mega success, with hundreds and thousands of people gathered.
The speeches by religious leaders including Sri Kshetra Dharmasthala Dharmadhikari Dr Veerendra Heggade were soft conveying non-violence than Sadhwi targeting minority communities and especially Owaisi brothers calling them jackals.
‘Owaisji, not even your father can stop us from building our Ram Mandir. Not alone your father, we are ready to take on your entire Pakistani community to build the Mandir,’ said Sadhwi. She further said, ‘Ram Mandir will be built in Pakistan’s Islamabad and all Hindus would offer prayers there.’
‘These are the two jackals who know to howl in only their territory. Let them come out of it and we will show our true power,’ she purposefully pricked.
‘They stay in India, eat India’s food and say ’Pakistan Zindabad’. They should be beaten with footwear and thrown out of the country,’ she lashed out.
Raking up the issue of ‘Love Jihad’ during the convention held in the city on Sunday, March 1, Sadhwi called upon the Hindu parents to give swords in the hands of their daughters.
‘There is a way to prevent Love Jihad. If a Muslim boy gives you that stare, prick his eyes and then see the change. No Muslim will dare to trap a Hindu girl,’ she said calling upon Hindu girls to stand for themselves and fight against Love Jihad.
‘The government gives subsidy for Haj pilgrims but Hindus have to pay tax for Amarnath Yatra. This is our Hindustan and our home. In other countries there is no such liberty. But in India these politicians for the purpose of votes are doing injustice to Hindus,’ she said.
Calling Muslims responsible for the noise pollution, she said that even though Muslims start their prayer call at 5.00am, Hindu’s have to take permission for the using sound system in their own country.
In her wrath against Christians, she said that why don’t the people speak about conversion rather speak about only the re-conversion. We would burn every cross as we do in the Northern India,’ she said.
The elderly religious leaders who were present at the dais used pretty calm words quite contrary to the words of Sadhwi.
Swami Vishveshwara of Pejavar mutt appealed to Hindu youth not to indulge in stone pelting on places of worship and maintain a good relationship with people of all religion.
While Sri Kshetra Dharmasthala Dharmadhikari Dr Verrendra Heggade said that it’s because of VHP that Swami were present at the dais sitting along with other dignitaries. ‘Let us work for the values that we are known for and thus spread the good message of Hinduism,’ said Dr Heggade.
Even though the Sadhwi’s words were powerful, the motive behind the words showed the difference between the outrage of agitation of young blood and valuable advice of wisdom from the aged religious heads.
Earlier, a colourful ’Shobha Yatra’ was held by hundreds and thousands of Hindu activists who participated with great zeal.