Mangaluru, Mar 1: Sadhwi Balika Saraswati has hailed the Hindus of coastal district of Karnataka as ‘enlightened’, ‘ever-alert’ and ‘custodians of Hindu culture’.
The young Sadhwi from Madhya Pradesh, who is known for her firebrand public speeches and Muslim bashing especially in events of Sangh Parivar, on Sunday offered special pooja at Kadri Manjunath Temple in the city before heading to Nehru Maidan.
The star speaker of today’s Hindu Samajtosav told media persons on the temple premises that Mangaluru always attracts her.
Responding to a question, she endorsed the controversial ‘Ghar Wapsi’ campaign of Sangh Parivar and said that the population of Hindus will soon reach 125 crore if the Ghar Wapsi campaign was carried out in a proper manner.
Sadhwi called upon the media to promote Hindu culture and take up issues related to Hindus. All Hindus must be aware of the burning issues of Hindu society, she said.
Increasing influence of western culture, cases of love Jihad and conversion of Hindus to other religions etc. are major threat to Hindu society in India, she said, and exhorted Hindus to be united to face the challenges.