Govt should not allow ‘Halal’ Conference which has created a parallel economy in this country : Ramesh Shinde, National Spokesperson, HJS

Pro-Hindu organisations oppose ‘Halal’ Conference scheduled to be held in Mumbai  

Mumbai – A parallel economy is created in this country in the name of Islam. In a secular country like India, the Government should not allow the holding of such a ‘Halal’ Conference when it has created a parallel economy, was an appeal made by Mr Ramesh Shinde, the National Spokesperson of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS). A Conference is proposed to be held on the 9th of October 2022 at ‘Swatantryaveer Savarkar Rashtriya Smarak’ at 5.30 p.m. as a mark of opposition to the Halal Conference. Mr Ramesh Shinde has made an appeal to all Hindus to attend this Conference.

Mr Shinde said further, “HJS opposes holding of Halal Conference on the 12th and 13th of November 2022 in Mumbai. Earlier, ‘halal’ was used only for the sale of meat. Now, Halal Certificates are issued even for residential complexes, housing societies, food products, cosmetics, etc. Thousands of rupees are collected from Hindu businessmen by imposing Halal Certification on them. Where is the need for a parallel certification like Halal Certification issued by a private organisation when there are Government agencies for this purpose ? Halal Certification is a challenge to the Indian Government as it is creating a parallel economy in this country; therefore, the Halal Conference should not be held in this country.

All pro-Hindu organisations have opposed the holding of the Halal Conference, and they have planned to hold an anti-halal certification conference at Swa. Savarkar memorial hall, against the imposition of Halal Certification and to decide the future course of action.”

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