BKM is holding a three-day national meet in Nagpur, India, with ghar wapsi of Muslims (revolution into Hindu fold) among the top priorities . BKM was formed in 2010 to tackle the issue of illegal immigrants from Bangladesh .
Nagpur (Nagar): Though RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat was in the news for visiting mosques and madrassas, Bharatiya Raksha Manch (BKM), a group backed by Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and the BJP, is holding a three-day national meet in the city, with ghar wapsi of Muslims (revolution into Hindu fold) among the top priorities The BKM was formed in 2010 to tackle the issue of illegal immigrants from Bangladesh.In the meeting, which featured Union transport minister Nitin Gadkari as chief guest on the first day, voices were raised on Hindu rashtra.In his address, BJP president Satyanarayan Jatiya was elected as the new president of BKM on the first day, saying that it cannot be denied that India is a Hindu nation.Muslims from India are treated in secondary terms even during the Haj pilgrimage, where they are still referred to as Hindus.According to Gadkari, Hindu culture values tolerance and acceptance while still maintaining that discrimination in the name of caste is being abolished in the Hindu world.Sangle said that increasing numbers of Muslims are being affected by illegal immigrant movements like Bangladeshi and procreation.This could be addressed by a uniform civil law so that polygamy is no longer legal.However, he said that such actions would not be limited to the control of the population of a single community.On the subject of conversions, he said that they would be made with the legality in mind. Our approach is to remind the Muslims of their roots.They have Hindu DNA and may have converted a few hundred years ago.They are considered Hindus and not Muslims even in Mecca, according to Sharada Peeth, who attended the meet.He said that offers for returning to the Hindu fold should be taken from them rather than Hindus wooing Muslims to be converted. He said that the government should give the Sharada Peeth access, and that the people of Kashmir cannot be ruled by force.Rather, Hinduism needs to be undergoing a societal shift.For bringing about a revolution, facilities such as gaushalas and Sanskrit teaching centers must be created.People should be reminded of their Hindu origins.