MP said in the protest against Vishwa Hindu Parishad: Sunil Soni said – the government of Chhattisgarh has taken the form of Ravana; VHP announces Minister will burn effigy of Akbar on Dussehra

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Raipur MP and BJP leader Sunil Soni has said that the government of Chhattisgarh has taken the form of Ravana. May Lord Ram give good wisdom to the government. In fact, on Tuesday, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad staged a sit-in at the protest site throughout the day. MP Sunil Soni, who came to join the dharna, said that conversion is being promoted in Chhattisgarh. The government is protecting a particular class. Because of this Hindus are upset. Work is being done to change the rites and culture of Hindus, that is why Hindus are on the streets and raising their voices.

MP Soni said that permission has to be taken from the officers regarding Dussehra program in Raipur. Permission also gets entangled in political maneuvers. People are not able to make their festival properly. This government wants to burn Chhattisgarh in communal fire. Congress leaders are staging a sit-in across the state over the Lakhimpur incident. But after the Kawardha violence, the Chief Minister or the Home Minister does not have time to go there and meet the people. Vishwa Hindu Parishad organized this dharna due to the Kawardha violence case at the protest site at Budha Para, Raipur. All the leaders of BJP also reached here, officials of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and Vishwa Hindu Parishad also appeared in this sit-in demonstration.

Demand and announcement of Vishwa Hindu Parishad
After an important meeting, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad has decided its strategy in the Kawardha violence case. The organization’s provincial co-minister Ghanshyam Chaudhary said that now the council will talk to the government with some major demands. Apart from this, some special campaigns will also be run.


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