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The News Minute| February 6, 2015 | 7:00pm IST A monkey wearing a police cap, with the caption 'World Moral Police Day', that’s the new picture being used by the Kiss of Love campaigners on Facebook. The monkey in the picture is the Hindu Maha Sabha that has announced that it will marry off any couples found celebrating the foreign festival of Valentine’s day. The Hindu Maha Sabha (Meerut chapter) has even said that they will monitor social media posts and track unmarried people who dare to profess their love. In reply to the Hindu Maha Sabha’s call, the Kiss of love (KOL) organizers has announced a love letter campaign and have asked people to post love letters from February 13th midnight to February 14th midnight. The KOL group from Kerala that has been actively protesting against moral policing says this is a camoaign against “Hindu Fascist terrorism”. “We have the right to love and to be loved. It is not just our fundamental right, but also an act that builds our personality. No fascist can curb that right. Actually love questions the existence of fascism. The time has come to proclaim loudly that we will not let any fascists take away our right to love,” says the campaign. "It is necessary to take our social media platforms from the clutches of such fascists. On February 14, let us fill our Face Book walls with love letters, let the sweetness of those letters decline fascist ideologies,” KOL group says announcing the campaign Kiss of Love was a campaign started against moral policing in Kerala and later spread to other parts of India. Tweet Follow @thenewsminute
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