The population of Rohingya and Bangladeshi Muslim intruders is increasing in Uttarakhand

A rise in incidents of buying lands owned by the residents

Big conspiracy of increasing population

Editorial comments

  • What were the rulers, Administration, and Police doing till now when attempts were on to purposely settle religious fanatics in ‘Devbhoomi’ Uttarakhand ? Why didn’t they realise this earlier ? Now, they should assure us that efforts would be made to pass stringent laws and intruders would be driven away.
  • It is a conspiracy of ‘land jihad’ by religious fanatics and there could be a plan to attack Hindus’ religious places in the future. Such a possibility cannot be ruled out. To avoid such a possibility becoming a reality, unite the Hindus and establish Hindu Rashtra. 

Dehradun (Uttarakhand) – Rohingya and Bangladeshi Muslim intruders are being systematically settled in Uttarakhand. The Intelligence Department of Uttarakhand has submitted a report to the Government on this issue. The State Government is preparing to pass stringent laws related to the sale and purchase of land in Uttarakhand. This law is likely to be passed and implemented especially where there are Hindus’ famous religious places.

As per the information of the Intelligence Department, the population of Rohingya and Bangladeshi Muslims is rising at Badrinath, Haridwar, and Rushikesh, etc. Their number is rising even at the banks of River Ganga.

The devout Hindu organisations suspect that it is a conspiracy. Hindus also fear that it could be a kind of land jihad. The Government should, therefore, be alert and pay attention to this issue. Land jihad is a conspiracy of religious fanatics to grab lands of followers of other religions than Islam and especially of Hindus.

Hindus are vacating their houses from hilly regions in the State. The Rohingya and Bangladeshi intruders are buying Hindus’ land and staying there. It is happening for the last two decades. Their population has thus increased at Badrinath, Haridwar, and Rushikesh. It is feared that their population may rise to 35% now.