Valentines Day anagane LOVE gurthosthadho ledho telidhu kani, Ee ‘Bajrang Dal’ mathram pakka andariki gurthosthadi, thanks to memes, and internet.
Manam edho joke ga videos lo, spoofs lo ‘Bajrang Dal’ couples meedha force cheyadam chuse untam.. but Hyderabadi’s your nightmare is real now.
Bajrang Dal is actually scouting for Couples on Valentines Day with 30 teams spread across city.
Just like every year, the Bajrang Dal, the youth wing of the RSS family, comes out in protest against those celebrating Valentine’s day. This year is no different. The organisation claims they have readied over 30 teams across the state to keep vigil over young couples out on a date on Valentine’s day in Hyderabad alone. The group claims they will enforce this vigil statewide.
Apart from keeping watch at public parks and shopping malls, the group this year will protest before offices in the city that celebrate the day. The group claims they are against the commercialization of love by private companies for profit making.
Subash Chandra, the State Convener for Bajrang Dal in Telangana told in an interview with TNM, “Don’t do any programmes in the name of Valentine’s day. Pubs and malls will give offers to attract couples. These people are doing this to spoil our culture and tradition. They are doing this for money, all the youth who go to pubs, they take drugs, drink and get corrupted and it affects the growth of our country. In the name of selling goods, they created this Valentine’s day.”
What the fckkkkk
Are you gone nuts fckin idiots pic.twitter.com/7o42qkEJck
— Mahanati (@Mahanatiii) February 14, 2019
Each team that will be out scouting for couples and protesting at preplanned locations could be sized anywhere between 50 to 100 people. In 2018, Bajrang Dal activists had barged into Manjeera mall in the city and vandalised it.
“We will take out bike rallies, we will burn effigies in the street,” says Chandra.
“We are aware of their plans and we have beefed up security. Our people will be there everywhere,” said DS Chauhan, Additional Commissioner of Police, (Law and Order), “No one in society accepts vulgarity and if there is any breach of decency and Law, Police will take action, but interfering with people’s free will is not correct. Taking the law into own hands is not correct and shall not be tolerated,” he added.
Meanwhile Singles be like:
‘Happy’ Valentine’s Day? I don’t think so.
But hey, have you watched our MoongDal part-1 yet? Jaldi chuseyandi, eeroje part-2 kuda release undhi.
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