Threat from overseas for protesting mosque in Hindu populated society in Surat, claims head of the outfit

Surat: The Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) has decided to start a legal fight over an emergence of masjid in a Hindu populated residential society at Mora in Hazira area of Surat. The issue was discussed in a national level meeting of VHP which was held in virtual mode. Meanwhile Jay Patel, who heads protesting Hindu body ‘Ekta E J Lakshya’ over this issue informed that he received threats from Africa and Junagadh over telephonic calls.

Surat VHP president Kamlesh Kyada said that the discussion about the serious issues related to the Hindus took place in an online meeting of VHP at the national level. VHP Joint general secretary Surendra Jain had joined the online meeting as key speaker. The issue of Mora based masjid also came up for discussion. The meeting concluded that a legal fight should start over this matter.

The leaders of Surat city VHP had remained present in the 4-hour online national-level meeting. A decision was taken to legally challenge the Waqf board in the meeting. The issue of purchase of properties in the name of Hindus and then registering them in Waqf boards was discussed.

The controversy has arisen a fortnight ago after the construction of Masjid and madrasa in the two plots of a Hindu society named Shiv Shakti Nagar in Mora tekra area of Hazira, Surat. After Hindu residents held Ram Dhun in protest, the Police intervened and a decision was taken that outsiders will not be allowed to enter the society at present due to covid-19 pandemic.

Jay Patel, the president of a Hindu body ‘Ekta E j Laksh’ organisation- which protested the building of a masjid in Hindu society in Mora, Hazira demanded strict punishment to the accused of the murder of a Hindu youth in Dhandhuka. He informed that he had received threats from Africa and Junagadh over telephonic calls, following the same.

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