Recently a massive plot which intended to tarnish the image of Hindu organisations was unearthed. But instead of demanding a probe on the Congress, these Hindu organisations have taken a unique and highly appreciative step. Yes, these organisations have decided to boost the morale of Indian Army. The Army in the valley needs extreme alertness 8 after the Amarnath Yatris were killed by the terrorists.
The Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) has decided to send nearly 10,000 workers to Kashmir valley with the intension to support and boost the morale of the Armed force. Certain Kashmiris hurl stones and man-handle the soldiers but the same soldiers save them during natural calamities. So, it is very essential to assure the soldiers that the nation is with them.
Vishwa Hindu Parishad’s Konkan Zone in a press conference said that on July 31, nearly 10,000 Bajrang Dal members will be sent to the valley. VHP’s Maharashtra and Goa Zonal secretary Shankarrao Gaikar condemned the Amarnath terror attack.
The VHP leaders also protested against the terror activities that regularly happen in the valley with the open support of local youths. They also demanded to revoke the Article 370 of the Indian Constitution which is the root cause for the unrest in the valley.
The leaders also asked the government to be aware, while recruiting youths in the Army because there are high chances that the terror sympathizers may penetrate into it.
Recently, Home Minister Rajnath Singh said that the army is given a free hand to eliminate the terrorists. But the VHP leader, Gaikar said questioned why the Army’s hands were tied till now?
VHP or RSS, both are being targeted from decades because they are the organisation that upholds Hindu principles and raises voice when atrocities against Hindus are taken place. But certain political leaders always tried to target RSS & VHP and tagged them as anti-national, but VHP instead of retaliating, they chose to involve in nation building work. This is really inspiring.
Even in international media, the Hindu outfits are targeted and are equated with militant organisations. But will they ever speak of the good initiatives undertaken by these organisations?