Controversial right-wing cluster Hindu Yuva Vahini, originated by Yogi Adityanath Uttar Pradesh chief minister, is deciding to revive anti-Romeo squads in Gujarat as a portion of its expansion plans in the BJP-ruled state to spread alertness about “true Hindu culture.” Earlier, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has defended his government’s crackdown on the illegal slaughterhouses, saying that the state is following the directions of Supreme Court.
The outfit goals to inaugurate over 600,000 members within six months and supports to keep a check on adaptation and cow slaughter. The western state had moulded such squads anticipated at checking incidents of sexual harassment of women in public seating for the prime time in 1998, but the groups stay dormant.
“Though we are currently in Gujarat since last three years, we were not that stir. But now, we are lifting HYV in Gujarat in a huge way,” told Gujarat Vahini president Shailendra Pathak.
Anti-Romeo squads are obstructive allegations of moral policing in UP for upsetting couples in public spaces and even meting out the penalty for “indecent” behaviour. Two months ago, unproven members of the Vahini broke into a house in Meerut and bummed out an Hindu-Muslim couple, shellacking the man in full public view.
“We have already begun building our organisation in various districts and will inflate further in future,” joined Pathak.
The outfit’s freshly appointed state secretary Arjun Mishra, who will be prominent the expansion drive, announced, “The Hindu Yuva Vahini will enquire the Bharatiya Janata Party-led Gujarat government to form anti-Romeo squads on the lineament of Uttar Pradesh.”
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“We will not participate in re-conversion. Instead, we will create Hindus aware about how they are being lured to the new believer to other religions. Hindus are still being a new believed in many parts of the state, such as Dahod, western Ahmedabad, and Kheda” Pathak claimed.
Another meeting place area of the group will be kerbing incidents of Hindu women engaging Muslim men or what the Vahini call-ups “love jihad.”