There has to be a law to curb the inhuman acts of police – H.H. Shri. Alshi

1407400996_COr_PSandipAlshi_2013Request to Hindu Vidhidnya Parishad, activists of ‘Rashtreeya Hindu Andolan’ and ‘Gou-rakshaks’

The British, who enslaved India gave sticks to police for suppressing movements of revolutionaries in Hindustan and gave them the right to use the sticks whenever they wanted. Now Hindustan has become free but laws are the same. Has the law given rights to police to disrobe somebody and thrash him ? How can police stoop to such low level to terrorize citizens? It is throttling of ‘Hindutva-waadis’; it’s a direct attack on their personal freedom. It is an act against Indian culture. If police continue such coercion and bullying, ‘gou-rakshaks’ or pro-Hindu activists may hesitate to participate in movements, undertaken for protection of Dharma.    During demonstrations staged by ‘gou-rakshaks’ at Panipat (Haryana), police disrobed Acharya Azad, Regional Vice President of ‘Goraksha Dal’ right in the middle of the road and brutally thrashed him up by pushing him down on the road. Police also arrested him and while taking him to the police station, police pressed his head under their feet.

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 Hindu Vidhidnya Parishad is, therefore, requested to do something for curbing such inhuman acts of police like disrobing and thrashing ‘gou-rakshaks’. It is also a request to ‘Rashtriya Hindu Andolan’ and ‘gou-rakshaks’ to expose this injustice and escalate this burning issue at the national level.

– H.H. Shri. Sandip Alashi (26.9.2014)

Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat

Source: Hindu Janajagruti Samiti