Gurugram, July 8
The Haryana unit of the Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) has promised “to help Hindus seeking arms licence to safeguard themselves”.
The declaration was made today in Gurugram as the outfit’s leadership and that of the Bajrang Dal launched a special helpline in this regard. Endorsing Manesar’s mahapanchayat’s directives asking Hindus to swap their smart phones with arms, the Haryana unit of the VHP said if anybody needed weapon to safeguard himself , the VHP would help them get licences.
“Attack on business establishments, religious extremism and target killing of Hindus will no longer be tolerated. If anybody feels threatened regarding land jihad, love jihad, hate speech, threats or disrespect to Hindu gods or rituals, they can call us on 972 8642 702,” said outfit’s media coordinator Anuraj Kulshreshtha.
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