Demanding strong law to prevent forcible conversions, Hindu Jagaran Vedike protests

Bangalore Nov 28: Hindu Jagarana Vedike, a premier RSS outfit, demanded strong law to stop forced religious conversions. In a massive rally held at Freedom Park, Bangalore, Akhil Bharatiya Baudhik Pramukh of RSS Sri Bhagaiah told, “Central government is trying to impose anti-Hindu laws like Communal violence bill which cannot be tollarated”.

Prof Sadhu Rangarajan Swamiji, of Bharat Mata Vidya Mandir KR Puram, addressed the gathering during the occasion and demanded for a strong law to stop mass or individual forced conversions.

Nearly 2000 people gathered during the protest.

Hindu Jagaran Vedike is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year.

report in Eesanje 28-11-2011 Page 7

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