Morena, Madhya Pradesh, Jan 31 (IBNS) Stoking up yet another controversy, Vishwa Hindu Parishad working president Pravin Togadia has said Hindus are no longer safe in India.
"Hindus are being evicted from their homes in Ahmedabad, Jaipur and Bhopal. Hindus are not secure anywhere in the world, including India," he said while addressing a rally here.
Togadia complained that state government were providing financial aid to aged Muslims for Haj while poor, aged Hindus are being ignored.
The veteran VHP leader recently courted controversy in West Bengal, where he allegedly made 'hate speeches' a day after a group of tribal christians pledged to follow Hinduism at a 'ghar wapsi' programme arranged by a Hindu organisation in Birbhum district. On the basis of a complaint, an FIR against VHP leader was lodged in a local police station.
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