Ensure That Nepal is Declared Hindu Nation: Demonstrators

Nepal\'s communist, secular forces launched an agitation in support of secular Constitution, while Hindu community push to get Nepal declared a Hindu nation.

Published: 13th September 2015 09:13 PM  |   Last Updated: 13th September 2015 09:13 PM   |  A+A-


THANE: The National Hindu Movement, Swarajya Hindustan, Shiv Pratisthan Hindustan, Shriram Seva Samiti, Yog Vendanta Samiti, BJP, Sanatan Sanstha and Hindu Janjagruti Samiti demonstrated in Kalyan today demanding the government must ensure that Nepal is declared a Hindu nation.

"A conspiracy is being hatched to turn Nepal, identified as the only Hindu nation in the world, into a secular state. When Bharat was partitioned on the basis of religions, the Congress imposed secularism on Bharat despite a Hindu majority nation. Therefore, Bharat should ensure that Hindu majority Nepal does not suffer from similar injustice," a National Hindu Movement release said.

The release said that Nepal's communist and secular forces have launched an agitation in support of secular Constitution, while on the other hand, the Hindu community is making efforts to get Nepal declared a Hindu nation.

The demonstrators also demanded action against anti-nationals hoisting Pakistani and ISIS flags and demanded implementation of a uniform civil code to check the increasing Muslim population.

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