Tuesday, December 06, 2022

Chorus At Delhi March Of Hindu Groups: India Will Run By Constitution, Not Sharia

Mishra said the march is intended as a message that the country will function according to the constitution “and not Sharia law.” “The death of Kanhaiya Lal, Umesh Kolhe… the jihadi modules are being activated. It’s not just about slogans, they’re implementing it. This is the message of the Hindu ekta. Lakhs of people have gathered here. Jan mein rosh bhi hai, aakrosh bhi hai,” he said.

The crowd marched from Mandi House, through Barakhamba Road and Tolstoy Marg, to Jantar Mantar, and several roads in the area remained closed to traffic. People from VHP units, Rashtriya Hindu Vahini and Sewa Bharti were present. One of the demands raised was the death penalty for those who killed the Udaipur tailor Kanhaiya Lal and the Amravati pharmacist Umesh Kolhe.

On the purpose of the march, Bagga said: “They are trying to control the law based on jihad. The country will function not on the basis of Sharia but in accordance with the Constitution.” While around 4,000 to 5,000 people had gathered in the morning, the crowd was expected to swell to around 20,000 during the day, he said.

BJP Delhi chief Gupta told media at Mandi House: “Bharat samvidhan se chalta hai, dharmik kanoon se nahi chalta hai. No one has the right to take justice into their own hands.”

After the march, Alok Kumar, VHP International Labor Chair, addressed the crowd that had gathered near Jantar Mantar. “The VHP has set up a helpline. If someone receives a threat, there is no need to panic… call the Bajrang Dal, they will escort you to the police station… The law gives us the right to self-defense. If after today, people leave a mosque or any place and resort to throwing stones or setting fire, or are violent, then the Hindu samaj will use this right of self-defense together… Bajrang Dal will uphold the protection of society. ”

The Supreme Court’s comments on Nupur Sharma are not written in an order, Kumar said. “We respect the Supreme Court, but the justices of the court must think that respect must be maintained,” he said. The Supreme Court had recently said that Sharma has a “loose tongue” and is “single-handedly responsible for what is happening in the country,” including in Udaipur, where a tailor was hacked to death this week for allegedly sharing his comments.

Saturday’s event ended with the collective resolve of the crowd to protect the unity and brotherhood of the country, and to “break the obstacles of jihad and terrorism” that stand in the way.

Asked if permission was granted for the march, DCP Amrutha Guguloth said: “We have granted conditional permission for Jantar Mantar.”

Among those in attendance was Sourabh Sharma (36), a data science consultant, who said: “I came here to show solidarity. Everything that has been going on all this time must be nipped in the bud. There have been beheadings…it has set a wrong precedent.” Sharma said that he was not affiliated with any of the groups that participated in the march.

Kalpana Giri, who is part of Hindu Vahini and has a marketing job, said: “They have killed Kanhaiya and Umesh. Hindus need to wake up. It’s only when an atrocity like this happens that people come together.”

Manish Kumar (24), an LLM student at the University of Delhi, who also participated, said: “This march is to unify the society, to give an answer to the people who are breaking samaj. We should be running according to the Constitution that Ambedkar gave us.”

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