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VHP march protests terror activities

ACTIVISTS OF Vishwa Hindu Parishad took out a protest march in Civil Lines here on Thursday morning protesting against terrorist activities in the State. They expressed their strong ire against Wali Ullah by burning his effigy at Shubash crossing. Addressing a meeting there, VHP regional leader Shambho Nath demanded carrying out an investigation of madarsas in the country as well as the identity of Imams there.

india Updated: Apr 07, 2006 01:05 IST

ACTIVISTS OF Vishwa Hindu Parishad took out a protest march in Civil Lines here on Thursday morning protesting against terrorist activities in the State.

They expressed their strong ire against Wali Ullah by burning his effigy at Shubash crossing. Addressing a meeting there, VHP regional leader Shambho Nath demanded carrying out an investigation of madarsas in the country as well as the identity of Imams there.

All the madarsas should be nationalised and Imams should be appointed by the Central Government.

District secretary Shyam Chandra demanded death sentence to the main accuse Wali Ullah and his brother Habib in the bomb explosion in Sankat Mochan temple and railway station in Varanasi last month. He lauded the Special Task Force for nabbing the main culprit of the recent terrorist activities in the country.

District convenor of Bajrang Dal, Pawan Srivastava, on the occasion demanded the district administration to enquire about those people who staged a demonstration in support of Walli Ullah on April 4 at the district collectorate campus thereby lodging cases against them under anti-national activities.

He demanded a ban on the activity of Deoband Madarsa immediately. Prominent among those who addressed the meeting included Chandrama Singh Yadav, Rajan Mishra, Bholeshankar, Dr Ajay Agrawal, Swan Jogi, Dinesh Sinha, Ajay Kaithwas, Ashutosh Srivastava, Mahesh Nishad and Shivam Dwivedi.