He alleged that NAC, headed by Sonia Gandhi, was
anti-Hindu and it wanted to brand the community as "criminal
tribe" through the bill.
Such a "draconian" law did not exist even in the Mughal
or the British periods, he said.
Nowhere in the world a person is presumed to be guilty
without a trial, he said, stating that the proposed bill had
provisions which were against the principle of natural
Speaking in Akola in the Maharashtra yesterday, Togadia
had criticised the bill and NAC, stating that the bill, if
enacted, would "oppress" the Hindus.
Nagpur: Hitting out at the National Advisory
Council (NAC), Vishwa Hindu Parishad's international general
secretary Praveen Togadia on Monday said the saffron outfit will
launch an agitation to oppose the draft of 'Prevention of
Communal and Targeted Violence' bill.
First Published: Monday, August 01, 2011, 22:49