Vice president of All India Hindu Mahasabha, Sadhvi Deva Thakur (Photo: Facebook)
Jind: A leader of Hindu Mahasabha stoked a controversy on Saturday saying Muslims and Christians must undergo sterilisation to restrict their growing population, which was posing a threat to Hindus.
"The population of Muslims and Christians is growing day by day. To rein in this, Centre will have to impose emergency, and Muslims and Christians will have to be forced to undergo sterilisation so that they can't increase their numbers," vice president of All India Hindu Mahasabha, Sadhvi Deva Thakur told reporters here.
She also exhorted Hindus to have more children and increase their population so as to have an effect on the world.
In another controversial remark, she said idols of Hindu gods and goddesses should be placed in mosques and churches.
Thakur also came out strongly in support of installing a statue of "patriot" Nathuram Godse in Haryana.