Yogi Adityanath's Hindu Yuva Vahini has stopped accepting new membership requests! Know why
The members of Hindu Yuva Vahini will now be visiting districts in order to check the infiltration in the ranks
Amid an increase in the number of violent incidents by Hindu Yuva Vahini, the organisation which is founded by the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath, has announced that for some time it will not accept any new membership.
According to a report in CNN-News18, the general secretary of the Hindu Yuva Vahini, PK Mall said that their organisation will not induct any new member for next six months or maybe even more than that. The decision was taken by the organisation after they found out that some people who are not BJP members are also posing as the members of Hindu Yuva Vahini and are carrying out violent attacks.
“Goons from the Samajwadi party are wearing a Bhagwa Gamcha (saffron stole) and indulging in violence. We have asked our members to be careful,” Mall added.
The members will now be visiting districts and holding meetings in order to check the infiltration in the ranks. The decision has come a day after members of the Hindu Yuva Vahini allegedly lynched an elderly Muslim man in Bulandshahr area of Uttar Pradesh.
55-year-old Gulam Mohammad on Tuesday was beaten to death after he helped his relative to elope with a Hindu girl. After the incident, the deputy inspector general of Meerut visited the spot and ordered to nab the culprits. Son of Gulam Mohammad registered a FIR against six unidentified Vahini members.
Jagdish Sharma, superintendent of police (rural) of Bulandshahar said, “Three accused have been arrested and the hunt is on for the main accused.”