Incoming calls to VHP’s ‘Hindu helpline’ goes up by 40 per cent in one year.
Upendra Bharti | HENB | New Delhi | Nov 24, 2016:: The unique 24×7 ‘Hindu helpline’ run by Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) has grown popular with the number of people approaching its call centres going up by 35 per cent in the last one year. Among other things, it also claims to respond to “complaints of cow slaughter, love jihad, attack on Hindus” and even “facilitating the Hindu pilgrims for Simhastha Parv or Amarnathji Yatra”.
About 60,000 volunteers are working across states to help people who approach the helpline for health/medical, travel, administrative/Govt, legal, religious/cultural purposes and general services like educational, developmental etc. Those in emergency – such as accidents or mass conversion to anti Hindu fold – can also seek help.
Rajesh Pandey, a small building material businessman of Allahabad had some complaints against alleged cow…
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