Video: What saffron love looks like

Here's presenting love through saffron-tinted glasses

In Muzaffarnagar, a saffron outfit is busy readying sticks to beat up young couples on Valentine’s Day. Any public display of affection, they warn will result in the sticks falling on the back of these lovebirds. In other parts of the country too saffron groups are as excited about unleashing their terror of moral policing as couples are about celebrating the day. So, why do saffron groups hate this day so much? Are they against love? If not, what is their idea of love? We spoke to some prominent leaders of saffron groups in Delhi and got some interesting answers.  Here’s presenting love through saffron-tinted glasses.

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