No one can convert this Hindu nation: Kalladka Prabhakar Bhat at ‘Belman Chalo’ programme


Team Udayavani, Sep 30, 2019, 11:11 AM IST

Karkala: “No one can convert this Hindu nation. All conspiracies aimed at converting Hindus through deceitful means should end forthwith. ever challenge or provoke Hindus. If you do so, Hindus will not remain silent. Hinduism happens to be the most sublime religion in the whole world,” claimed RSS leader and south-central regional executive member Kalladka Prabhakar Bhat delivering the keynote address at a programme titled ‘Belman Chalo’, a people’s movement meeting held against religious conversions at Belman under the aegis of Karkala units of VHP and BD on Sunday, September 29.

“Love the rich culture of India. Never deviate from your path and try to undertake religious conversions. In the history, there is not a single instance of Hindu society assailing the other religions and converting them into Hinduism. But Hindus are at the receiving end of atrocities on a regular basis and attempts to convert them are going on. Never cheat Hindu society. Hinduism is the noblest religion of the universe,” he claimed.

Hindu leaders approached district assistant superintendent of police Kumar Chandra and Karkala rural station house officer Nasir Hussain on the occasion and handed over petitions urging them to initiate legal action against those who are found to be trying to influence people to convert into other religions.

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