Hindu Mahasabha to install Godse statue in temples

Written by | January 29, 2015 | 0

Meerut: Don’t be surprised if you come across a statue of Nathuram Godse, the killer of the Mahatma Gandhi, in the temple in your vicinity. After its attempt to install Godse statues at few identified places in Uttar Pradesh was foiled by the State Police, the Hindu Mahasabha plans to install them in the premises of temples across India.

The Hindutva outfit is in touch with saints and temple trusts which supervise hundreds of temples, assured it of their support.

At present the outfit is quite determined but tight upped about how it plans to install statue of Nathuram Godse on January 30, the day Godse shot dead Mahatma Gandhi.

The Hindutva outfit has decided not to publicise its programmes of the installation of the statue after it felt “too much media coverage” became an “obstacle” in its work.

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