Vishwa Hindu Parishad leader Praveen Togadia on Sunday lashed out at the West Bengal government over the detention of VHP activists there, and termed the action "anti-Hindu".The Hindutva leader told media persons here that the detention of nearly 500 VHP activists ahead of his visit to West Bengal was a clear attempt to muzzle the voice of Hindus."The act is dictatorial, anti-Hindu and anti-democratic. We will raise our voice and no one can stop us from doing that. The voice of Hindus cannot be muzzled," he said.He said the VHP will continue to raise its voice over the social media.
Citing fears of communal tension and law and order issues, the West Bengal government had banned Togadia's entry into the state. He was to address a rally in Raiganj town.Togadia demanded that illegal Bangladeshi migrants living in India should be immediately sent back.He also said the government should effectively implement the two-child norm for everyone in the country.