Hindu Janajagruti Samiti organises Special Online Discussions

Once the demand for Hijab is agreed to in this country, Muslims will raise other demands as stated in the Quran !

On ‘Why Insist on Hijab in Schools ?’

Mr Pramod Muthalik

Foil the conspiracy to Islamize schools through Hijab : Pramod Muthalik of Shri Ram Sene

“The Hijab issue currently under discussion has backers such as various anti-national Muslim organisations, political parties and communists which have a terrorist background. Muslim parties and organisations in Maharashtra have put up posters like ‘Pahale Hijab, Phir Puri Kitab’, which shows that they want Islam first, then education. Hindus should come forward to stop the attempt of Islamization everywhere on the pretext of Hijab. Today, Muslim organisations are asking Muslim girls to wear Hijab, and later, they will ask them to wear Burqa. Then, they will demand allowing offering of Namaz in schools and a mosque for it. This dangerous conspiracy to Islamize schools should be thwarted and uniforms should be enforced in all schools”, appealed Mr Pramod Muthalik (Founder-President of Shri Ram Sene) speaking in the Special Online Discussion on ‘Why insist on Hijab in schools ?’

Renowned filmmaker and entrepreneur from Karnataka, Mr Prashant Sambargi said, “The issue of Hijab is not limited to Karnataka but is a premeditated international conspiracy. Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi, who did not know the meaning of uniform and equality, along with Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan, Nobel laureate Malala Yusafzai, environmentalist Greta Thunberg contributed to millions of tweets on the current Hijab issue, the so-called farmers’ agitation and withdrawal of Awards. It is clear that this is an international agenda. Hijabs and Burqas are banned in schools, colleges and Government institutions in many Islamic countries; why then is Hijab being demanded in India ?”

Advocate Vinita Raghav of Delhi High Court said, “The issue of Hijab has now gone to Court. Nevertheless, Muslims are protesting without waiting for the Court’s decision. This is an attempt to put pressure on everyone, including the Court”.

Mr Mohan Gowda said, “When Muslim girls started wearing Hijab and not the prescribed school uniform in Karnataka, Hindu girls opposed this in a legal manner. After this, we saw incidents of stone pelting on Hindu girls. Barring some Hindu organisations, everyone remained silent on this incident”.

On ‘Hijab first, then the whole book’

Dare to protest in countries where Hijab is banned : T Raja Singh, BJP MLA, Telangana

“Indian Muslims are causing turmoil in India following the decision to ban the Hijab in one State. They are defaming Hindutva on the pretext of Hijab. In the future, Hijab will be banned all over India. So what are they going to do ? We fully support the ban on Hijab. Hijab, Burqa are completely banned in many countries such as France, Germany, Denmark, China, Sri Lanka. The protesters are hanged upside down and beaten after protests. Go there and protest”, said devout Hindu BJP MLA from Telangana, Mr T Raja Singh, speaking on the topic ‘Pahale Hijab, Phir Puri Kitab’ organised by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti.

Supreme Court Advocate Ashwini Upadhyay said, “As per Article 30 of the Constitution, students can take education as per their religions at schools, Gurukuls as stated in the teachings of that religion. However, according to Article 21 of the Constitution, schools are governed by the principle of secularism, and students of all religions have to abide by it. Why do Muslim students demand Hijab in such places ? Today, they are demanding Hijab, tomorrow they will make many demands such as offering Namaz, etc. in schools. It should be noted that Article 25 gives citizens the right to practice their religion and gives the Central & State Governments the right to take action against those who follow inequality, immorality and evil practices”.

Mr Neeraj Atri (Chairman of Vivekananda Karya Samiti in Haryana) said, “Muslim girls who did not consider Hijab mandatory before, are now feeling that Hijab is more important than books. In the past, religious fanatics used to bully on the streets. In addition, they are now trying to impose the Hijab issue with the help of some media outlets. Once the demand for Hijab is agreed to in this country, Muslims will try to raise other demands as stated in the Quran. The Court should give a decision taking this into consideration”.

Mr Mohan Gowda (Karnataka State Spokesperson of HJS) said, “In Karnataka, Hindu students wear school uniforms as per norms and Court orders. However, Muslim students are still coming to schools here wearing Hijab. Opponents of Hijab are receiving death threats. The plan to Islamize India must be thwarted”.