Anti-Hindu, comedian Munawar Faruqui’s Bengaluru show cancelled due to opposition from Hindu organisations

Editorial comments

  • Realising that anti-Hindus withdraw when Hindus unite, Hindus should unite faster for establishing Hindu Rashtra.
  • Now and then any ordinary artist tarnishes the image of Hindu Dharma. Therefore, Hindus should build such a command all over the country that such individuals would never dare to insult Hindu Dharma.

Bengaluru (Karnataka) – The Management of the Good Shepherd Auditorium where anti—Hindu comedian artist Munawar Faruqui was going to perform, announced that Munawar’s programme was being cancelled. Munawar Faruqui is a stand-up comedian. Police from the Ashoknagar Police Station gave a letter to the organisers of this programme stating that, based on his past programmes, this programme might pose a threat to the law and order, as Munawar hurts the sentiments of Hindus. Crime has been registered against him in Madhya Pradesh (MP) and presently he has been released on bail.

(The intention underlying display of this Twitter is not to hurt religious sentiments of Hindus, but make them comprehend the denigration –  Editor.)

Earlier also officers had called back their permission to his programme honouring Hindu sentiments in Gujarat and Mumbai. Munawar Faruqui’s ‘Dongari to nowhere’ programme was organised in Good Shepherd Auditorium.

Taking cognisance of Munawar Faruqui’s background, a delegation with the leadership of Mr Mohan Gauda, Spokesperson of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) opposed this programme through a representation that was handed over to the Police Commissioner of Bengaluru on 28th November. HJS has also warned them of coming to the street to commence an agitation if they permit Munawar to go ahead with his show.