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    India's 'Hindu Sena' Has Big Plans to Celebrate Donald Trump's Birthday

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    A right wing group in India is organizing a huge birthday party for the "savior of humanity" - Donald Trump!

    Hindu Sena — a right wing group in India, has put together a grand celebration to mark US presidential candidate Donald Trump's birthday on June 14. The group has invited one and all to join in the festivities at Jantar Mantar, a popular site for demonstrations.

    Vishnu Gupta, the president of Hindu Sena, told Sputnik, "Donald Trump is turning 70 years old. So, we have ordered a cake weighing seven kilograms. We have also hired an orchestra…to add some music to the celebration. We want to honor Trump on his birthday as he is the one who has taken on the responsibility of freeing the world from Islamic terror."

    The group says that they have full sympathy for the people killed in the Florida terror attack, but it is equally important for them to celebrate the birthday of the person who is capable of wiping out terrorism from the face of earth.

    "Join us and let’s celebrate the Birthday of savior of humanity, the Republican Presidential Nominee of the United States of America," reads the colorful invite with a portrait of Trump.

    On the May 11 this year, Hindu Sena had performed an elaborate Hindu ritual at Jantar Mantar, praying for divine intervention for Donald Trump's victory in the US presidential elections.

    Vishnu Gupta told Sputnik that the group plans to carry out a number of activities in support of Trump in the coming months. They plan to hold a massive consolidation march in front of the US Embassy in Delhi.

    Hindu Sena was founded by Vishnu Gupta in 2011. The outfit came in the limelight when Gupta and other members of his outfit publicly slapped Syed Abdul Karim Tunda, the then alleged supporter of terror organization Lashkar-e-Taiba.


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