Varanasi: Posters with 'Non-Hindus Restricted Entry' have been pasted on the Ganga Ghats and religious places of Varanasi, the city of Baba Vishwanath. Let us tell you that these posters are not put up by the administration, but by Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) and Bajrang Dal. Not only this, it is written on them, 'Those who have faith in Sanatan Dharma are welcome, otherwise this is not a picnic spot.'
Let us tell you that this is not the first time, when such work has been done by Bajrang Dal and VHP in Kashi. Earlier, on December 25, Hanuman Chalisa was recited outside the church, then on January 1, posters warning against celebrating western culture-related parties have also been pasted outside malls and restaurants in Varanasi. This time the activists of Hindu organizations have put up a warning poster prohibiting the entry of non-Hindus on the walls of pucca ghats and religious places along the Ganges Ghat.
It is clearly written on these posters that those who have faith in Sanatan Dharma are welcome, otherwise there is a ban on the entry of others. Rajan Gupta, Minister of Kashi Mahanagar of Vishwa Hindu Parishad, who put up and released the poster, has informed that the poster being pasted for non-Sanatan religion is not just a poster, but a warning message.