In a video message, Sriram Sena convener Pramod Muthalik said the Hindu outfits have been demanding that the loudspeakers on mosques should be banned and the Supreme Court’s order on noise pollution implemented.
Tension prevailed in Maratha Colony in Karnataka’s Belagavi district on Sunday, November 7, after Hindutva activists, reportedly belonging to the Sri Ram Sene, laid siege to a community hall alleging mass religious conversion. The protesters claimed that as many as 200 people, including women and children from rural backgrounds, were put up in the building on the pretext of mass prayers for the purpose of religious conversion.
On 5th November, Hindu right-wing groups celebrated Goverdhan Puja at sector 12A of Gurugram where Namaz had been taking place every Friday. The celebration Puja was organised after the Gurugram administration on Tuesday, 2 November, withdrew permission for performing namaz at eight of the 37 designated sites, citing objection by locals.
On 2nd November, two pastors ruthlessly beaten by a mob of right winger Hindutva group in Dhamteri district of Chhattisgarh. According to local reports, the right wingers disrupted a prayer meeting, beat the two pastors, burned Bibles, and demanded the Christians stop holding worship services in the Biler village.
Kajal Ben Shingala, alias Kajal Hindustani, a right-winger hardliner has called for the demolition of an ancient Dargah and other Islamic structures in the the Morbi region of Gujarat. In a speech delivered on October 27, she claimed that members of the Muslim community had illegally encroached upon the Darbargadh area of Morbi.