Struggle for Hindu Existence

A mixed repercussion halted public nuisance in the name of Valentine day celebration in India.  Thanks to Hindu Organisations. 

Bajrang Ddal activists burn greeting cards and shout slogan during protest against Valentine's Day celebrations in Jammu. Bajrang Ddal activists burn greeting cards and shout slogan during protest against Valentine’s Day celebrations in Jammu.

Aditi Mishra | HENB | New Delhi | 14 Feb 2014:: It was heavy brawl in  Mangalore, a city in Karnataka in the year 2009, when Sri Ram Sene, a Hindu Right Wing organisation vehemently objected the public nuisance in the roads and parks between teen boys and girls in the name of celebrating Valentine day and over-flooding participation of unmarried couple in the pub and rave parties.

While the love crusaders charged Sri Ram Sene for unauthorized moral policing, Sri Ram Sene cadres retaliated that they could not allow perversion in society and all such pre marriage sexual relation, drinking alcohol, taking drugs, hiring girls or a day and making all such odd things in valentine…

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