Hindus visiting church on Christmas will be brutally beaten, says Bajrang Dal leader in Assam


A video of the general-secretary of Bajrang Dal Cachar district unit has gone viral, where he’s heard saying that if Hindus visit churches on Christmas day celebrations, “they will be brutally beaten”.

Mithu Nath, general-secretary of Bajrang Dal Cachar district unit, speaking at an event held in Silchar on December 3. (mage: India Today)

A Bajrang Dal leader in Assam’s Cachar district has allegedly threatened to beat up Hindus who would “visit churches on Christmas”.

A video of Mithu Nath, general-secretary of Bajrang Dal Cachar district unit, has gone viral on social media, where he’s heard saying that if Hindus visit churches on Christmas day celebrations, “they will be brutally beaten”.

He was speaking during a Bajrang Dal event held in Silchar on December 3.

Agitated over the alleged “shutdown of the Vivekananda Centre (part of the Ramakrishna Mission)” in Shillong, Mithu Nath said that Hindus wouldn’t be allowed to take part in Christmas day celebrations at churches.

“They are locking temples in Shillong and we are going and celebrating with them. This can’t happen and we will not allow this. No Hindu will go to church this Christmas. If any Hindu will go to church, then Bajrang Dal will answer,” Mithu Nath said at the event where Sohan Singh Solanki, the National Convenor of Bajrang Dal, was also present.

Mithu Nath is also heard saying: “The media calls us gunda gang. If our Hindu girls are touched and harassed, then we will become gundas and we are proud of it.”



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