If Hindus go and visit Churches on Christmas Day they will get brutally beaten: Warns Bajrang Dal

In the meeting, Bajrang Dal’s district general secretary Mithu Nath made explosive statements. “If Hindus go and visit Churches on Christmas Day, they will get brutally beaten,” said Nath during his speech. He added, “They are locking temples in Shillong and we are going and celebrating with them. This cannot happen, we will not allow this to happen.”

If Hindus go and visit Churches on Christmas Day they will get brutally beaten: Warns Bajrang Dal
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As a mark of the uprising against the recent incident of Khasi learners confining Ramkrishna Mission in the capital of Meghalaya, the Bajrang Dal has warned Hindus of dire consequences if they visit any churches during Christmas in Assam’s Cachar district.

In the conference, Bajrang Dal’s district general secretary Mithu Nath made explosive statements. “If Hindus go and visit Churches on Christmas Day, they will get brutally beaten,” said Nath during his speech. He added, “They are locking temples in Shillong and we are going and celebrating with them. This cannot happen, we will not authorize this to happen.”

Nath moved on to say, “Yes, the press calls us Gunda Gang. If our Hindu girls are touched and harassed we will become Gundas and we are proud of it.” Nath proceeded with his jibe at the press. “I know what will be the headline on December 26. Bajrang Dal sena disabled Oriental School will be the news in every newspaper, but we don’t care. We will not allow Hindus in programs during Christmas when they are locking gates of temples in Shillong,” he said.

The Shillong temple incident he was about is the recent locking of Vivekananda Cultural Centre located in Quinton Road Shillong. The center is a part of Ramakrishna Mission where students are offered advanced Computer courses at a lower cost.

The secretary Maharaj of the mission substantiated that the members of the Khasi Students Union did not lock any temple. “The issue was related to the cultural center and the temples and dispensary are functioning properly,” he said.