All-India Hindu Convention States

Hindu meet in Goa warns against compromise with jihadis

On second day of convention, delegates urge Centre to enact a law to build a grand temple in Ayodhya

Panaji: The 6th All-India Hindu Convention on Thursday warned the Central government against any compromise with jihadi forces in the name of political process in Kashmir.

“We warn Government of India that any compromise with the Jihadi forces in Jammu & Kashmir in name of political process will pave the way for third partition of India. Creation of Pakistan and PoK have been first two partitions inflicted on India. It is in the best interest of India and the world that such fundamental forces and motives are crushed completely to ensure that we are able to pass on a peaceful and beautiful world to our progeny,” said general secretary of Panun Kashmir (PK) Rahul Razdan.

He was addressing a press conference on the second day of the convention at Ramnathi Goa, along with spokespersons of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti, and organisers of the convention.

“We want to state unambiguously that India is facing jihad in J&K. It is a total war for establishing an Islamic Caliphate and any dithering in recognising it will be nothing less than suicide. Situation in Jammu is also deteriorating day-by-day,” said chairman of PK Ajay Chrangoo.

Panun Kashmir and Hindu Janjagruti Samiti members said that treating the jihadi movement merely as terrorism is self-deception.

Warning of the inimical dangers, Ramesh Shinde, national spokesperson of HJS said that government can no longer afford to ignore the activities like pseudo-peace conclaves, or the statements of so-called mainstream Muslim leaders brazenly supporting secessionist movement.

“We condemn statements of the so-called peaceniks who for long time have been fiddling in the affairs of J&K only to demoralize the security forces facing a war like situation in the State,” said Mr. Shinde speaking on behalf of convention.

On Thursday the convention passed a resolution urging the Centre to enact a law to build a grand temple in Ayodhya. Two other resolutions urged the government to implement a law on states not acquiring any Hindu temples and to implement the anti-conversion law applicable in all states.

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