Mangaluru: State President of Akhil Bharath Hindu Mahasabha (ABHM) Rajesh Pavitran said on Monday April 4 that BJP has created Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI) to attain political gain despite it being a national threat. He also alleged that BJP failed to ban SDPI despite being in power both in Centre and State.
“A SDPI leader had claimed in a programme on television that Hindu Mahasabha had collaborated with the SDPI during the elections. We will take legal action against this statement because the Akhil Bharath Hindu Mahasabha will never compromise its ideology. Hindu Mahasabha Akhil Bharath has always supported Hindutva,” said Pavitran.
He further said that the BJP is following anti-Hindu policies and alleged that fake cases were given against Hindus and sent to jail. “We will also meet the families of the slain Hindu activists,” he added.
ABHM will emerge as a strong party in the coming days. Many youths are coming forward to join ABHM after they realised BJP’s fake Hindutva policy, he said.
Pavitran further said that BJP has failed to enact a law to bring a complete ban on cattle slaughter as well.
Speaking to mediapersons State General Secretary of ABHM Dharmendra said that soon ABHM will come to power in the State. “After coming to the power, we will take oath in the name of Nathuram Godse,” he said.
“From the Dakshina Kannada district, the Akhil Bharath Hindu Mahasabha will organise the “Hindu Maha Vikas Abhiyan. SDPI is dividing Hindus based on ‘Varnashrama,’ and has labelled dalits and other backward castes as ‘Shudras,” he remarked.
District President of ABHM said that Congress party is also implementing anti-Hindu policies, which is why he left the party.
Rajesh Poojary, Chidambar Rao and others were present at the press meet.
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