Yet again, Bajrang Dal, the youth wing of Vishva Hindu Parishad, is all set to disrupt Valentine Day celebrations.
Bajrang Dal national president Rajesh Pandey said:
“We won’t put any restrictions on couples but would launch the balidaan saptah celebrations across the country to wean away youngsters from the Western influence.”
Often referring to V-Day as western culture, Pandey said, “Our youth must be nationalist rather than blindly following foreign culture.”
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Mridula Bawai, the owner of Hallmark Anugraha, said, “Celebrations would start from Sunday, the Rose Day, and we are stocking gifts for each and every day.” She added that business grows around this time every year.
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