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We'll oppose DMK's anti-Hindu stance: Munnani

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DINDIGUL, FEB.8. The Hindu Munnani will campaign against the `anti-Hindu' stance of the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagan (DMK) president, M. Karunanidhi, in the Lok Sabha polls, the State general secretary, J. Nagendran, told mediapersons here yesterday.

Describing the Democratic Progressive Alliance as a `pro-religious conversion alliance', he said the DMK, the Pattali Makkal Katchi, the Congress and the Communist Party of India (Marxist), which opposed introduction of the anti-conversion law in the State, joined hands and described their Front as secular.

The objective of the Munnani was to defeat the parties opposing Hindus.

Condemning the Dalit Panthers of India's proposal to hold a conference against imposing Hindutva in the State, he appealed to the police to ban such meetings.

Mr. Nagendran said confusion prevailed among people over installation of a Panchaloha idol of Muruga in the sanctum sanctorum of the Palani hill temple.

The Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments department should explain to people through pamphlets what was done in the temple.

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