As part of Celebrations of ALLEGED SAFFRON SURGE IN ASSAM ELECTIONS, the COWMUNAL HINDUTVA FRINGE ORGANIZATION in association with Police, Moral Policemen (led by RSS, Bajrang Dal and VHP) and the Ruling BJP Political party in a series of well-organized Moral policemen, filed 3 Criminal cases against OBCs and Christians in SATNA, Madhya Pradesh.
TERRORIST ATTACK NO. 2 -VIOLATION OF FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT TO MARRY BETWEEN TWO CONSENTING ADULTS OF OBC HINDUS VIOLATED -HUSBAND ARRESTED ON DAY OF MARRIAGE-FOR NOT BEING PURE HINDU AND ON FALSE PREMISE OF MARRIAGE WITH MINOR IN KOLGAWAN POLICE STATION SATNA
|Subhadra Khushawaha (19 years) and Arun Khushawaha (23 years)|
Communal BJP bigots along with its OBC and Minorities Welfare Commission member LAXMI YADAV along with the Hindutva bigot groups Bajrang Dal, VHP colluded with the Police to stop a Marriage between Two Consenting adults Arun Khushawaha (23 years) and Subhadra Khushawaha (19 years) on the False premise that Subhadra was 18 years.
The Upper Caste BJP Communal bigot leader Laxmi Yadav is convinced that Arun Khushawaha is NOT PURE HINDU and has to be purified by Shuddhi performance with Ganga Jal.
A Complaint has been sent to the Members of the Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha of the Terrorist wave started by the BJP after winning Assam elections.
The MP Human Rights Commission is investigating the matter into Human Rights Violation by Police and Communal forces.
|BIRTH CERTIFICATE OF SUBHADRA SHOWING AGE AS 19 YEARS (06-05-1997)|
A Pastor Antony in Kotwal Satna along with two Christian women was beaten by Bajrang Dal Moral Policemen, who were along with Satna BJP Laxmi Yadav and Kotwal Police, on the frivolous ground that he has Illegally converted three men (who he has never seen) by dip them in the river and converting them.
Without any credible evidence, the Pastor was beaten up outside the Police station by the COWMUNAL THUGS, and inside the Police Station by the Communal Police.
The Pastor got Bail from the Court.
Does the COWMUNAL BJP Thugs want rule of law, or do they want MORAL POLICING DONE BY BAJRANG DAL and other COMMUNAL THUGS?
MY PETITION TO THE COWMUNAL FORCES LED BY BJP
DEAR COWMUNAL FORCES LED BY BJP WHICH IS LED BY MODI
Please take action against Hema Malini @ Ayesha Bi for being in a state of Bigamy.
What is the action your moral policemen are taking against Hema Malini?
Please take action against her and then interfere in the personal lives of Major adults.
Hema Malini Marriage to Dharmendra
Both Hema Malini and Dharmendra are BJP members.
Where is Uniform Civil Code?
How can Modi get Uniform Civil Code enforced in the country, when he cannot get it enforced in his own party?
The details of the Alleged Marriages of Hema Malini and Dharmendra are in the following websites.
|Dharmendra alias Dilawar Khan Kewal Krishn marries Hema Malini alias Aisha Bi R. Chakravarty in Islamic marriage|
Film star Dharmendra, now a BJP MP, could not have thought in his wildest dreams that his second marriage to “Aaisha Bi R. Chakravarty” alias Hema Malini would come to haunt him one day. Dharmendra had converted to Islam to marry Hema Malini as Hindus are not allowed second marriage. Their marriage was solemnised on 21 August 1979 in Bombay in accordance with Islamic rites. He had married Hema while his first wife Prakash Kaur was still alive. Had he not contested the Lok Sabha elections from Bikaner, the matter probably would not have come to light.
While filing his nomination papers as a BJP candidate before the returning officer, Dharmendra had written his name as Deol Dharmendra Kewal Krishn concealing his Muslim name Dilawar Khan and wrote the name of his first wife in the respective column. When his political rivals brought the issue to the notice of election authorities and the general public, he denied his conversion to Islam and change of name. But Delhi magazine Outlook published a photocopy of his Nikahnama (marriage document) which clearly said that Dilawar Khan Kewal Krishn (44 years) accepted Aisha Bi R. Chakravarty (29 years) as his wife on 21 August 1979 at a mehr of, Rs 111,000 in the presence of two legal witnesses…’ The nikah was solemnised by Maulana Qazi Abu Talha Misbahi Faizabadi.
Two Congress leaders of Madhya Pradesh, Akhtar Baig and KK Mishra filed a lawsuit against him in Indore’s sessions court demanding rejection of his nomination papers on account of submission of false information and concealing his conversion to Islam and adoption of a Muslim name, demanding trial under section 420 of IPC.
According to Akhtar Baig and Congress leader from Rajasthan, Nawal Kishore Sharma, under Hindu Marriage Act, a Hindu cannot take a second wife if the first wife is still alive. However, he can marry for a second time if he has divorced his first wife or embraced Islam.
When filmstar Dharmendra married Hema Malini on August 21, 1979, in Mumbai according to Islamic law, he was not to divine that more than two decades later he'd be contesting Lok Sabha elections from Bikaner in Rajasthan as the BJP candidate. Now, he may well rue the decision as documents show that Dharmendra changed his name and religion to marry Hema Malini, currently BJP Rajya Sabha MP, but failed to mention it in the affidavit submitted on oath to the returning officer. Hema too changed her name, as per Islamic law.
Outlook obtained a copy of the nikahnama or marriage certificate that shows one Dilawar Khan Kewal Krishna accepting Ayesha Bi or Hema Malini as his legally wedded wife. But in the affidavit submitted to the returning officer of Bikaner, the actor has put in his full name as Deol Dharmendra Kewal Krishna. This when the nikahnama confirms the actor's assumed name and address. Both the nikahnama and the affidavit before the returning officer state his address as Plot number 22, Road Number 11 J.V.P.D. Scheme, Juhu, Mumbai—400049. The nikahnama also carries details of the maulvi and eyewitnesses present on the occasion. A mehr of Rs 1,11,000 too is shown to have been finalised between the two parties as the agreement for the nikah.
The nikahnama—which is part of the two petitions submitted before the Election Commission and the sessions court, Indore—has pleaded for the annulment of Dharmendra's candidature from Bikaner, charging him under Sections 420 (cheating), infringement of the Hindu Marriage Act and Islamic Shariat law.
The Congress is making the most of this political weapon. Both petitioners are Congressmen: Akhtar Beg being the Madhya Pradesh Congress minority cell leader and K.K. Mishra a member of the Indore district Congress. Rajasthan Congress leader Nawal Kishore Sharma has already said that providing wrong or inaccurate information in the nomination form is a clear violation of election laws. The two petitioners have submitted that the actors got married under Islamic law and have wilfully concealed facts from authorities. They say that since Dharmendra's first wife Prakash Kaur is still alive, he has without divorcing her not just married another woman but also changed his religion to do so.
Beg told Outlook, "It is a fraud of the highest order that Hema Malini too has concealed her name in her Rajya Sabha form," In their petitions, both Mishra and Beg have raised objections to Dharmendra's affidavit before the returning officer which they say has conveniently not mentioned his wife's name under the relevant column. "Thereby hangs a tale which the court and the EC can take note of. If action can be initiated against Lalji Tandon for violating the model code of conduct, the case against Dharmendra is even stronger," says Beg. The petitioners also allege that the two again got married according to Iyengar rites in Chennai on May 2, 1980.
In an interview to Outlook last week, Dharmendra had categorically denied he had changed his religion. "This allegation is totally incorrect. I am not the kind of man who will change his religion to suit his interests." When asked about the Congress charges, he had asserted: "If there is any truth in this charge, let someone prove it with evidence. If this a lie, let the public decide." The actor dismisses the whole controversy as an attempt to disrupt his highly successful campaign.
Dharmendra indeed has been drawing big crowds, going by media reports, particularly in the Jat-dominated areas of the constituency. But with the Congress working overtime to dig up on his past, the actor will have a tough time directing the future course of his fledgling political career should that charge be upheld.
Hema Malini, wisely, has kept Bikaner off her schedule, even though she has toured Jaipur.When confronted with reporters' queries in Guwahati, however, she said the issue seemed the handiwork of a frustrated opposition. "Since they have no issue to talk about, they have descended to these levels. I am sure Dharamji will come out of it clean and the controversy will die a natural death."
The controversy hasn't stopped Bikaner returning officer Lalit Kothari from accepting the actor's nomination. Says he, "Since the nomination met all the basic requirements, it has been accepted. There is no question of re-examination." So, it's the courts for the petitioners.
The move has caused ripples in the Rajasthan BJP whose leaders are smarting under what they call a personal vilification campaign to damage their party's prospects. Says state BJP vice-president, Chandraraj Singhvi, "The Congress is so desperate that it has started levelling personal allegations. Not that it is going to work." But it is causing some embarrassment, particularly as Hema Malini is repeatedly asked to offer comments on the subject at meetings and press conferences she attends. She seems to be holding up well, but things could be different if the court does take cognisance of such an offence. The outcome will affect not just the dramatis personae but also the party they represent. And that is certainly not what the BJP intended when it roped in Veeru and Basanti for their cause.