Rajeshwar Singh: Muslims and Christians will have to convert to Hinduism

Rajeshwar Singh: Muslims and Christians will have to convert to Hinduism
Rajeshwar Singh, a Dharm Jagran Samiti (DJS) functionary has raked up a new controversy with a fresh dose of vitriol. Speaking in Agra on Thursday on Aligarh Christmas conversion programme, Rajeshwar Singh said that Muslims and Christians will have to convert to Hinduism if they want to stay in this country. “India’s inner voice has spoken. Just wait and watch. 31 December 2021 is the last for Christianity and Islam in this country. We will finish Christianity and Islam in this country by 31 December 2021. This is our aim,” Rajeshwar said.

Rajeshwar Singh, a Dharm Jagran Samiti (DJS) functionary has raked up a new controversy with a fresh dose of vitriol.

Speaking in Agra on Thursday on Aligarh Christmas conversion programme, Rajeshwar Singh said that Muslims and Christians will have to convert to Hinduism if they want to stay in this country.

“India’s inner voice has spoken. Just wait and watch. 31 December 2021 is the last for Christianity and Islam in this country. We will finish Christianity and Islam in this country by 31 December 2021. This is our aim,” Rajeshwar said.

“Our target is to make India a Hindu Rashtra by 2021. The Muslims and Christians don’t have any right to stay here.
“So they would either be converted to Hinduism or forced to run away from here,” DJS head Rajeshwar Singh said.

Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) secretary general Champat Rai explaining the DJS’ plans, told: “We are of the view that there are a handful of Muslims in India.

‘Ghar wapsi’ has been an ongoing VHP campaign for the last 60 years, claimed Rai.“We have re-inducted over six lakh people into Hinduism since 1966.

Committees are formed in every district of the state for this purpose, told RSS leader.

“We have included some Arya Samaj priests in the team because they issue a certificate to a converted person.
“This is a major document to prove that the converted person agrees to it,” he said.

Such comments are not new to the saffron leader, and he has been in the bulletin for voicing similar views earlier also.