But research from the Hindu Forum of Britain suggests more than a fifth of Hindus may not vote, with a further 35% still undecided.
What does HFB stand for?
HFB stands for Hindu Forum of Britain (UK)
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- Health Fund Board (Oregon)
- Heavy Fabrication Business
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- High Functioning Bipolar
- Hit From Behind
- Hollow Fiber Bioreactor (culture system)
- Home Federal Bank (various locations)
- Home Furnishings Business (magazine)
- Hood Famous Bakeshop (Seattle, WA)
- Hooray for Boobies (Bloodhound Gang album)
- Horn-Fed Bowtie (antenna)
- Host Federation-Broker
- Housing Finance Bank (various locations)
- Houston Food Bank (Houston, TX)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Hindu Forum of Britain described news of the adulteration, which will be confirmed publicly today, as "shocking and potentially very distressing.
The Hindu Forum of Britain (HFB) said responses from a survey of 245 Hindus in the UK showed the vast majority - 97 per cent - said they had "never" or "very rarely" faced discrimination on grounds of caste.
The secretary general of the Hindu Forum of Britain, Ramesh Kallidai, said: "This act has caused great sorrow and grief to Hindus all round the world, and the Welsh government has told the world that they do not care about desecration of a world religion but only about a policy that by its nature is faulty anyway.
The Hindu Forum of Britain said they had been contacted with expressions of disbelief from across the world.
Ramesh Kallidai, secretary general of the Hindu Forum of Britain, said: "This act has caused great sorrow and grief to Hindus all round the world, and the Welsh government has told the world that they do not care about desecration of a world religion, but only about a policy that by its nature is faulty anyway.
Up to the point when it was confirmed to me now I think everybody was hoping that it just wouldn't happen," a spokesman for the Hindu Forum of Britain said.