NEW DELHI (Sputnik) — In the heart of India's capital New Delhi, members of 'Hindu Sena' performed Havan — a holy Hindu ritual invoking God's help to bring US Presidential hopeful Donald Trump to the Whitehouse.
Jantar Mantar, a popular venue for demonstrations in Delhi witnessed a large number of Hindu Sena members chanting vedic hymns invoking 'Lord Hanuman' and shouting "If Donald Trump comes to power, only then will Islamic terror end."
The biggest problem of India is not unemployment, but its Islamic Terrorism— Vishnu Gupta (@vishnuhindusena) 11 May 2016
ISLAMIC TERROR STOPPING GROWTH OF INDIA
I love @realDonaldTrump
In the hindu mythological epic Ramayana, 'Hanuman' — the monkey god played a pivotal role in defeating the evil king 'Ravana'. The Hindu Sena believes that Donald Trump is the saviour who will wipe out Islamic terrorists from the world.
Why only Hindu Sena many from India are in favour of Donald Trump, you can't ignore the fact that He's the right Person for USA-ISRAEL-INDIA— Anshul Saxena (@AskAnshul) 11 May 2016
Justifying their support for Donald Trump, Vishnu Gupta, founder of Hindu Sena told Sputnik, "Donald Trump has time and again said in his speech that Islam is the cancer plaguing the world. We Indians are also victims of this cancer. "
"If terrorism was an internal issue, India would have tackled it single-handedly. But India is not in a position to carry out operations in Pakistan, Bangladesh or other Islamic states," he said.
Mullahs hailing terrorist Osama Bin Laden during Bihar elections is their religious right, Hindu Sena supporting Trump is Islamophobia.— Sonam Mahajan (@AsYouNotWish) 11 May 2016
In the coming months, Hindu Sena plans to increase activities in support of Donald Trump including holding a consolidation march in front of the US embassy in Delhi.
Vishnu Gupta said, "I will ask Prime Minister Narendra Modi to appeal to US citizens of Indian origin to support and vote for Donald Trump." He also told Sputnik about his plans to write a letter to Donald Trump asking him to visit India first after becoming President. He said he would appeal to Trump to wipe out terrorism from Pakistan as he believed that Pakistan provides safe haven for terrorists.
Hindu Sena was founded by Vishnu Gupta in 2011. The organization came into the spotlight when Gupta and other members of his outfit publicly slapped Syed Abdul Karim Tunda, who at the time allegedly supported the terrorist organization Lashkar-e-Taiba.
Last year, the outfit vandalized a cafeteria at a government building in Delhi for allegedly serving beef.