HJS planning legal action against Government for ban on website
On the HJS website and its Facebook page, true information about Assam and Mumbai riots was published based on news published in different newspapers. Proofs were presented on the website so as to assist Police and Government on how rioting Muslims were indulging in false propaganda and creating unrest in the country; even then, it is possible that the Congress Government could have imposed ban on the website for the politics of votes. It is clear that the website of HJS has been closed for criticizing corruption and double standards used by the Govt. under the name of secularism; but the Congress Govt. should remember that the ban imposed on HJS website is not a blot on its name; rather it is a credit to HJS for undertaking patriotic activities which force the Government to take cognisance of its wrongdoing. Registering protest against this ban, HJS is planning to take legal action and stage agitations.
Filed under: assam, bodos, censorship, civil rights, communalism, corruption, hindu, hinduism, india, indian national congress, indian politics, internet, internet security, media, nehruism, politics, psychological warfare, religion, riots, secularism Tagged: | assam riots, bodos, current-events, hindu jagruti, hindu janajagruti samiti, HJS, internet censorship, mumbai riots, muslim rioting, muslims in assam, vote bank, vote-bank politics, website ban