Permission denied for demonstrations demanding Act banning cow-slaughter


Mughal-like regime of Thane police ! Sanatan has kept a note of such police and they will be asked to undertake rigorous spiritual practice for whole life, by way of punishment in Hindu Rashtra !

Do these police, who are refusing permission for holding demonstrations for demanding ban on cow-slaughter, belong to India or Pakistan ?

Thane (Maharashtra) , 7th October – Maharashtra Legislative Assembly had passed an Act in the year 1995 imposing ban on cow-slaughter. ‘Rashtriya Hindu Andolan (RHA)’ had, therefore, proposed to hold demonstrations for their demand of implementation of the above Act and closure of all illegal slaughter-houses. Police, however, refused to grant permission giving excuse of election code of conduct being in force.

1. RHA is a non-political organization and does not come under the purview of election code of conduct. Police, however, intimidated Hindus disregarding their problems and religious sentiments. Such is the strong feeling generated amongst people.

2. A case has been registered against Akbaruddin Owaisi two days after he took out a rally in Mumbai in illegal manner. Police, who create obstacles for Hindus in taking out rallies in lawful manner, procrastinate when it comes to taking action against Owaisi; allow his provoking speeches; then they are not bothered about law and order situation; but when pro-Hindu organizations plan to stage movement on a burning national issue to create awareness amongst people, they are refused permission. Local devout people are not happy with this situation.

Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat

Permission refused for staging demonstrations against cow-slaughter, at Karnavati (Ahmadabad) !

Will permission be ever refused for demonstrations proposed by fanatics ? In a country, where Hindus are in majority, police refuse permission to Hindus for holding demonstrations; are these police from India or Pakistan?

Karnavati (Gujarat) – Local pro-Hindu organizations had decided to hold demonstrations on 3rd October against cow-slaughter; but police refused to grant permission for the same in the name of recent riots staged by fanatics at Baroda.

Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat

Source: Hindu Janajagruti Samiti