Conversions will not be tolerated in Tirupati ? Shri Shri Shri

source: Hindu
Jagruti

A huge protest march was taken out by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti
(HJS) and Sanatan Sanstha jointly at Karkal, Dist. Udipi in the State of Karnataka
against the conversions of Hindus at Tirupati, Andhra Pardesh. Five thousand
staunch Hindus participated in the march. HJS and other Hindu Organizations
have formed ?Tirupati Andolan Committee (TAC)? to fight against the conversions
taking place in and around Tirupati, a place of pilgrimage in the State of A.P.
After the march, Shri Shri Shri Ish Vitthalds Swamiji of Kemru Mutt inaugurated
the meeting by lighting a lamp. In His address, He said that conversion of Hindus
will not be tolerated in and around Tirupati. He further stated that conversions
create hostility among people and increase violence. It is necessary for Hindus
to unite and fight against terrorism and conversions. Lakshmivarteertha Swamiji
of Shirur Peeth, Shri Shri Shri Rajsekharanand Swamiji of Gurupur Vajradehi
Peeth and famous writer Shri Chakrawarty Sulibele were present.

Shri Bola Kamath presided over the meeting. While warning the Congress led Government
ruling the State of Andhra Pradesh, H. H. Pejavar Swamiji said that Hindus must
come together to fight conversions of Hindus. He said that if within two months,
conversion activities are not stopped, in and around Tirupati, a campaign will
be started. Shri Chakrawarty Sulibele said that two months is a long time and
the State Govt. should take necessary steps to stop conversions.

Shri Girish Mattenwar, the Director of anti-corruption Vedika said that Christian
Missionaries are luring Hindus to convert into Christianity by offering them
bait in the form of food and shelter. He also warned the Govt. that if necessary
steps are not taken to stop conversions, the campaign of TAC will become more
rigorous. Shri. Shivanand Prabhu, the Spokesperson of HJS from Southern India
was also present in the neeting.

Highlights

  • Leaders of BJP, Congress and Samajvadi parties also joined the march.
  • When the march was going on, shopkeepers closed down their shops voluntarily
    to participate in the march.
  • Slogans were raised against the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, Samuel
    Rjsekhar Reddy
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