Rampur (UP): Senior VHP leader Pravin Togadia has criticised the government's policy for minorities, alleging they 'are worried about Muslims alone'.
Pravin Togadia. File picture
"In India, governments are worried about Muslims alone and tuition fees of lakhs of girls and boys of this community are being paid from the state exchequer, whereas parents of lakhs of students belonging to the majority community are not capable of paying their wards' fees," the International Working President of VHP said.
Addressing a gathering of Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) in Shahabad town of Rampur district last evening, he said if the trend continues and Hindus are pushed to the minority status, 'who will enjoy the benefits of development?'
He said such a policy has continued despite the fact that "political parties including Congress, BSP, SP and BJP do exist due to the support of the Hindus".
The VHP leader said said if this is not checked, "Hindus will be thrown out of Assam, Meerut, Moradabad and Rampur the way Kashmiri Hindus were compelled to migrate".
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