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Ram Raju shows concern over rising Muslim population


Hyderabad: Telangana state unit president of VHP Rama Raju blamed political parties of giving importance to Hindu voters during elections and violating Hindu rights after coming to power in the name of secularism. Addressing a meeting held at Keshav Memorial Educational Institute, Narayanguda on Sankalp Bharat Divas, he targeted Madrasas saying that Jihad is taught in madrasas but governments failed to take strict action against them. He further said that Hindu rights are violated in the state and terrorists are given shelter in the name of secularism. He claimed that Muslim women are intruding into India from Bangladesh and other neighbouring countries and taking shelter in Hyderabad where they are getting married to local Muslims and delivering dozens of children. Thus Muslim population is rising fast in Telangana.

VHP National President Raghu Reddy strongly condemned Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s remark in connection with Gau Raksha and said before coming to power Modi’s stand on Gau Raksha was different and it is quite different after coming to power. He warned that toying with the sentiments of Hindus will be harmful for both state and central governments. He advised Hindu youth to work unitedly to promote Akhand Bharat ideology of saffron outfits like VHP, Bajrang Dal, RSS.

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