Abolish Polygamy,Safe Gaurd constitutional rights – Pravin Togadia

published on January 25, 2010

Kozhikode: Pravin Togadia, VHP International General Secretary warned of mass agitation if UPA Government dare to extend reservation granted to Hindus to Muslims also and condemned the UPA move to automatically include all Muslims under Below Povert line.

Hindutva leader was addressing Bajrangdal activists in Ayodhya Nagar as part of 25th anniversary of the organisation. Thousands of Bajrangdal activists across the state were present. A Vigilant Hindu Society can only thwart these evil agendas of Anti Hindus he added.

Togadiaji also demanded abolishing polygamy in the country. Those who have marry four wives and breed 25 children are indeed a menace to the progress of Nation. Terrorism is only a face of Jihad and global Jihadi’s want to destabilize the nation financially and that is why IOndian Metros are mainly under target. Hindu genocide in Kashmir by Jihadi’s is a living example infront of us and Hindu youth in Kerala should arise to prevent the formation of another Kashmir, Here in Kerala.Reports of Love Jihad from Kerala is disturbing and any such moves should be protested by strongest means, He reminded.

Swami Bhargava Raman of Chengottukonam Sri Ramadasa Ashram presided the function. Bajrangdal State organiser A M Bhakthavalsalan and Kozhikode District organiser K E Sreejith felicitated Togadiaji with Floral crown. VHP All India Joint Secretary P S Kasi Viswanathan, VHP State president B R Balaraman, Joint Secretary T Rajasekharan, Vice President P K Bhaskaran, State General Secretary Kaladi Manikandan, Mathrushakthi state president Prof. Sarala S Pannicker,  HAV State Gen Secretary Maradu Suresh, swami Prasanthananda of Vadakanchery JnanaAshram and others were presnt. VHP Thiruvananthapuram Organising Secretray Prajeesh Viswanathan translated Togadiaji’s speech into Malayalam.

Bajrangdal was formed in 1984 October 1 in Uttar Pradesh and was instrumental in conducting “Ram-Janaki Rathayatra” in Ayodhya – A practice of regular processions aimed at awakening Hindu society.

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