Hindutva groups hold anti-Muslim rally in Mumbai, raise hate slogans

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An aerial view shows a massive rally of Hindutva groups protesting against Muslims in Mumbai. [Photo: Twitter/ RajaSingh]

Mumbai: A massive protest march was held in central Mumbai on Sunday by Hindutva groups against Muslims and demanded anti-conversion laws in the state. Hate slogans against Muslims were chanted during the rally which covered a distance of more than 4 km.

The protesters under the banner of ‘Hindu Jan Aakrosh Morcha’, organised by the right-wing group Sakal Hindu Samaj, began their march from Shivaji Park in Dadar in central Mumbai and culminated at Kamgar Maidan in Parel, covering a distance of more than 4 km, ANI reported.

A tweet of the same was also shared by BJP member Raja Singh.

The protest saw people in large numbers carrying saffron flags and banners, demanding a law against Muslims and alleged religious conversions in the state.

Earlier, members of Sakal Hindu Samaj on January 22 staged a protest in Maharashtra’s Pune against Muslims, and cow slaughter. The march titled ‘Hindu Jan Aakrosh Morcha’ began at Lal Mahal and culminated at the Deccan area of Pune.


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