Sects should adopt expansiveness for the ‘Hindu Nation’ !– Pujya Santshri (Dr.) Santosh Ji Maharaj, Maharashtra
Ramnathi (Goa) – ‘A fine coordination between spiritual practice and propagation of Dharma (DharmaPrasar) is being witnessed in the 8th All India Convention for the ‘Hindu Nation’. I was pleased to observe on arriving at Convention that there is somebody who cares about Hindu Dharma. The Sindhi community had gone astray from the mission for the Nation and Dharma for some time due to economic and other reasons; however, the situation has changed now, and this community is also in the forefront of the mission for the Nation and Dharma. The ‘Hindu Nation’ will definitely materialise; however, for this purpose, the sects will have to abandon their narrow-mindedness and work by adopting expansiveness’, appealed Pujya Santshri (Dr.) Santosh Ji Maharaj of Shivadhara Ashram from Amravati (Maharashtra). He was speaking on the 6th day (3rd June) of the 8th All India Convention for the ‘Hindu Nation’ on 3rd June at Vidyadhiraj Sabhagruha of Shri Ramnath Temple on the topic ‘Efforts made to protect the culture in the Sindhi community and success achieved’. On this occasion, Shri. Sanjay Singh, State coordinator of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti for Bihar read out the resolutions proposed in the Convention. All attendees seconded the resolution by acclamations of ‘Har Har Mahadev’.
Tamil Nadu State is moving in the direction of Jammu-Kashmir ! – Shri. Arjun Sampath, Hindu Makkal Katchi, Tamil Nadu
‘Due to the atheist DMK Government, the situation in Tamil Nadu has become like that of in Jammu-Kashmir. The anti-Hindu and anti-India forces have become domineering there. Jihadi terrorists have been given a free run in the State. So far, more than 173 devout Hindu leaders have been selectively killed in the State; however, nobody in the country raises a voice about it. The people should protest vociferously about it’, said Shri. Arjun Sampath.
Shri. Munna Kumar Sharma, National Secretary of All India Hindu Mahasabha said during his speech that Hindu Janajagruti Samiti is doing an appreciable work by bringing Hindu organisations spread out all over India. Shri. Suryakant Kelkar, National Coordinator of Bharat Raksha Manch, Bhopal said that when the work of NRC (National Register of Citizens) was started in Assam, in its primary stage itself 40 lakh people out of 3 lakh 30 thousand couldn’t give proves of their Nationality. And hence NRC should be implemented in every state of Bharat to identify the Bangladeshi Muslim infiltrators.
Karnataka High Court Advocate Amrutesh N. P. of Bengaluru said that Adv. Sanjeev Punalekar was arrested by CBI so that the truth behind the murder of Pansare, Dr. Dabholkar and Gauri Lankesh is not exposed. I condemn this arrest and demand that central government takes initiative in releasing him. Advocate Kamlesh Chandra Tripathi, National President of ‘India with Wisdom Group’ in Varanasi said that he has filed more than 70 cases on anti-hindus in Varanasi court. As a result of our campaign, kurbani of camels in open could be stopped. Shri. Ishwarprasad Khandelwal of Lashkar-e-Hind, Mumbai briefed about the campaign done for protecting Bhaindar’s Shri Ganesh temple.