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Udaipur: A demand for making India a Hindu rashtra was raised in a Dharm Sansad organised in Udaipur on Thursday. Saints addressed this huge public meeting at the city’s Gandhi Ground and demanded that India be declared a Hindu nation.
Katha vachak Devkinandan Thakur, Pandit Dhirendra Shastri of Bageshwar Dham and Saint Uttampad Swami of Mewar addressed the meeting. Pandit Dhirendra Shastri made it clear that only the one who declares India as a Hindu nation will rule this country. Devkinandan Thakur also said he is in favor of strengthening Sanatan culture beyond politics. He also expressed serious concern over the Kanhaiyalal murder case of Udaipur. A large number of local people also attended the programme.
Both Thakur, Shastri also raised the row of Udaipur’s Kanhaiya Lal’s beheading.