Ahmedabad: Bajrang Dal puts anti love-jihad posters, warns Hindu girls from celebrating Valentine’s Day

12 February 2018, 11:43 PM
Ahmedabad: Bajrang Dal puts anti love-jihad posters, warns Hindu girls from celebrating Valentine’s Day (Source: ANI)
Ahmedabad: Bajrang Dal puts anti love-jihad posters, warns Hindu girls from celebrating Valentine’s Day (Source: ANI)

Bajrang Dal has pasted posters in Narendra Modi’s home-state Gujarat warning Hindu girls not to celebrate Valentine Day.  The warning posters have been pasted in front of all girls college, co-ed colleege, malls and public areas.

The posters stuck by the saffron group is divided in two parts. One part with yellow background shows a girl’s one half of the face open and other half covered in burkha. With love jihad written in both English and Hindi. The poster also reads, “Hindu larkiya savdhan (Hindu girls beware).”

The other part of the poster shows a crossed heart and appeals its readers ‘say no to Valentines Day.’

The poster claims it was issued by Bajrang Dal and Karnavati. Ahmedabad city president of Bajrang Dal confirmed the media that the posters were pasted by them.

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“We are giving two messages by this poster. We are asking girls to be careful of Muslim boys who trap them in love and later force them to convert to Islam,” said Mehta.

He added that he and his group is not against love but are against the public display of obscenity in name of Valentine’s Day.

First Published: Monday, February 12, 2018 11:34 PM
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