HYDERABAD: It is that time of the year when lovers of all ages will be rejoicing. Courtesy, Valentines Week.
While some groups are getting ready to marry off couples who epxress their love over the internet, closer home, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad has sent their warning.
Demanding that the state government ban Valentines Day, VHP on Monday warned all those celebrating Valnetines Day and also organisers conducting special events would have to face “consequences”.
Stating that protests would be staged against those who organise programmes on Valentines Day, members of the Bajrang Dal and Vishwa Hindu Parishad (BHP) demanded the state governments to issue a ban on February 14.
To avoid the nation’s economy from taking a beating and to save Indian culture, the organisations requested hotels, pubs, resorts and FM channels not to talk about the day stating that these celebrations are a ploy introduced by Multi National Companies.