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TCN Exclusive: 10,000 Hindutva militants being recruited in Madhya Pradesh

By TCN Special Correspondent,

New Delhi: Ahead of Ayodhya verdict, while every concerned citizen is praying for peace and communal harmony in the country after the verdict, Rajesh Bidkar is on another mission. His mission is to unite Hindu youth for making India a Hindu Nation. And for this, he has launched a campaign—Hindu Yodhya Bharti Abhiyan (Campaign to recruit Hindu Soldiers).

Listen to the interview:

The outfit in the leadership of its Convener, Rajesh Bidkar and guidance of one Damodar Singh Ji Yadav has given a public call to recruit 10, 000 Hindu youth from Madhya Pradesh (MP) for the mission to establish a Hindu Rasthra. And this they are not doing underground but under the broad daylight. They have issued a poster and pasted it around the state of Madhya Pradesh.

A poster of Hindutva militants recruitment drive

To confirm the same, a Delhi based Independent Journalist, Vijay Pratap posing a potential solider, called Rajesh Bidkar on 16th of September. Rajesh Bidkar, in his conversation with Vijay Pratap acknowledged that his organization is a radical Hindu outfit and working towards the establishment of Hindu state. “It is a youth organistion with radical ideology and we are working with objective to make India a Hindu nation…,” he said while explaining the objectives of the organization. Regarding activities of the outfit he says, “we are building a radical ideological organization of 10, 000 people and we will issue orders time to time which Muslims have to abide…”. Bidkar also maintains that, his organization is not like other Hindu organization. On the issue of Ayodhya Verdict, he says “it is a matter national pride and radical Hindu organization has to play an important role”. Here is the voice tape, you can listen it yourselves and decide what they are doing?

Now, the most important question is that, will the government—both state as well as central act before it gets too late? Are the governments listening?