Valentine’s Day: V-Day moral police harass, harangue couples, get animals ‘married’ | India News
NEW DELHI: ‘Ethical police’ turned out in full power in elements of India towards the celebration of Valentine’s Day on Wednesday.
In Ahmedabad, self-proclaimed ‘ethical police’ chased , reported Instances Now. Members of the Bajrang Dal – a militant group that is a part of the RSS household – harassed on the metropolis’s Sabarmati Riverfront, reported ANI.
Members of Bajrang Dal at Sabarmati Riverfront. (ANI Picture)
They have been later detained.
The outfit additionally staged protests towards Valentine’s Day in Hyderabad.
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The correct-wing group had yesterday additionally taken out a rally towards Valentine’s Day in Nagpur. It had warned towards visiting public areas, threatening to get them married.
“If they’ve the proper to have a good time Valentine’s Day, now we have the proper to guard our heritage,” that they had claimed.
In Chennai, employees of the Bharat Hindu Entrance solemnised “marriage” between a canine and a donkey as a mark of protest.
Chennai: Bharat Hindu Entrance employees get a canine and a donkey married in protest towards #ValentinesDay https://t.co/WeG407T3YX
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On Tuesday, Lucknow College had declared February 14 a vacation – not for Valentine’s Day, however for ‘Mahashivratri’.
“Lately, now we have noticed that college students, influenced by western tradition, have a good time Valentine’s Day on February 14. On this connection, college students are notified that the college can be closed on February 14, 2018, for ‘Mahashivratri’,” mentioned the college advisory, in line with ANI, which obtained a replica of the doc.
It additionally barred college students from coming to campus on the day.
True to its phrase, the college ensured its doorways stay closed at present.
Lucknow College closed its doorways for college students after issuing an advisory yesterday that college students is not going to be allo… https://t.co/2OdccYbYei
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A gaggle in Bengaluru additionally determined to get animals ‘married’ – this time, in favour of Valentine’s Day.
The Karnataka Rakshana Vedike organised the ‘marriage’ of two sheep and likewise urged the state authorities to supply Rs 50,000-one lakh to who marry for love.
“We should always not object to Valentine’s Day as a result of love doesn’t have any group or caste. Central authorities ought to declare one-day vacation for love. State authorities ought to give Rs 50,000 to 1 lakh to any couple who marry for love,” mentioned member Vatal Nagaraj.
(With inputs from businesses)