PM Narendra Modi’s parliamentary constituency Ganga Ghats of Varanasi (Kashi) But posters banning the entry of non-Hindus were put up. These posters were put up by Vishwa Hindu Parishad and Bajrang Dal. Apart from the Ganga Ghats of Kashi, there are plans to put up such posters in more temples. At present, the police is avoiding speaking on this matter. However, work is being done to remove these posters from the police side. On the other hand, Bajrang Dal Kashi Metropolitan Convenor Nikhil Tripathi ‘Rudra’ says that now Hindu society will have to come forward to protect religion and society by showing its strength. Everything cannot be left to the government. Wherever a heretic enters the temple or the banks of the Ganges Ghat, he will be caught on the spot and handed over to the police.
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These posters have been put up on behalf of VHP and Bajrang Dal from Panchganga Ghat, Ramghat, Manikarnika Ghat, Dashashwamedh to Lagayat Assi Ghat in Kashi, in which it is clearly written that the entry of non-Hindus is prohibited on the Ganga Ghat of Kashi. After the installation of these posters, now Vishwa Hindu Parishad and Bajrang Dal have talked about putting up such posters in the temples of entire Kashi. VHP Metropolitan Minister Rajan Gupta says that the temple and Ganga Ghat are the place of faith and reverence for the people of Sanatan Dharma, what is the work of people of other religions here? Vishwa Hindu Parishad Metropolitan President Kanhaiya Singh said that this is being done to protect religion.
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Meanwhile, there has been a reaction from the Samajwadi Party regarding the installation of such banners in the Ganga Ghats and many temples of Varanasi. The Samajwadi Party has termed it as a conspiracy by BJP and Vishwa Hindu Parishad to polarize religious. Kishan Dixit, associated with the Mahamrityunjay Temple family and the District President of Samajwadi Party Yuvjan Sabha, says that in Varanasi, people respect religious places of all religions anyway. Normally neither a Muslim goes to a temple nor a Hindu reaches a mosque. Then putting up such banners is inappropriate. The SP leader says that BJP has no issue left, so now efforts are being made to spoil the atmosphere in the society by doing religious polarization.
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