Documentary film narrating the plight of Hindu Priests in Delhi premiered

New Delhi – A documentary film produced by ‘Equal Rights for Hindus’ (ERFH) narrating the plight of Hindu Priests in the capital Delhi was recently premiered at an event. The documentary depicts the trials and tribulations faced by Hindu Priests. During the COVID-19 pandemic, when temples were closed and public events were prohibited, the plight of priests intensified. The film also highlights the neglect of Hindu Priests by the Hindu society and the Government. Through this documentary, the Government has also been requested to pay 25,000 rupees per month to Hindu Priests and Priests similar to Muslim Imams.

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ERFH Founder and former Additional Central Investigation Department Director M Nageshwar Rao elaborated on the concept of equal rights movement for Hindus following the special broadcast of this documentary. This time he also spoke about how Hindus have been denied equal rights under Articles 25 to 30 of the Constitution. Prof Kapil Kapoor, a renowned scholar, and linguist was the chief guest of the event. In his speech, he spoke about how Hindu religious leaders and priests preserved the Hindu religion and culture when India was being ravaged by Islamic invaders.

Editorial viewpoint

It is shameful to Hindus where their own Priests have go through such a plight when majority population is Hindu, and have to make a documentary to shed light on it.