Agartala, Jan. 28 (ANI): Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) leader Praveen Togadia has asked the Centre to enact a law and formulate a time-bound action plan to push back Bangladeshi Muslim infiltrators.
“A time-bound action plan to evict all Bangladeshi Muslims, for that the 1952 electoral roll should be based, for verification whether Indian or Bangladeshi paternity test should be done and centre should be established. Foreign Security Act should be amended especially for Bangladeshi Muslims. If any Bangladeshi Muslim is found, because they come to capture India they should be sentenced to death and with first trial court should be established,” Togadia told reporters here.
Togadia, currently on a three-day visit to Tripura, claimed that over 15 million Bangladeshis were living illegally in the northeastern states and equal number was residing in other parts of India.
The VHP leader demanded that the 1951 electoral rolls must be the base for identifying infiltrators.
He urged the Centre to set up paternity test centers in all northeastern states to identify the infiltrators.
“The BJP-led government must enact a ‘foreign national act’ to evict infiltrators, especially Muslims, to Bangladesh or their own country,” he added.
He said that India would set up health and educational centres across the country to provide free health service, education and employment to Hindu Bangladeshi those are persecuted to come to India.
He further added that the VHP wants Hindus in India to be “protected, prosperous and honoured”.
Togadia added that if time bound initiatives are not take by the state government and the union government to protect Northeast, Assam and Bengal for infiltrated Bangladeshi Muslims then very soon these areas will turn into territory of greater Bangladesh. (ANI)