Ramesh Shinde, national spokesperson of the Hindu Janajagruti Samiti, stressed that the Hindus should perform spiritual practice and enhance their strength for the re-establishment of Dharma. Stating that Lord Shree Krishna is all set to reincarnate for the re-establishment of Dharma, he said it’s a duty of every Hindu to participate in the mission. If performed emotionally, the mission will not be successful, therefore it should be performed as per the need of the times, he said.
“When holy places of Hindus are attacked, no reactions are witnessed. But as soon as Muslim community in Myanmar is attacked, its reactions are seen in Mumbai and Hindus are assaulted. Therefore, in order to prevent communal riots in the country Hindus should get trained in self-defence,” said Sanjiv Punalekar, national secretary of Hindu Vidhidnya Parishad, who is also a lawyer by profession.
“If evildoers can unite, why not gentlemen,” asked Vinod Kumar Sarvodaya, a businessman from Uttar Pradesh.
Arvind Pansare, spokesperson of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti in Maharashtra informed the gathering about the success achieved by them through the petitions filed by the samiti in Mumbai high court against the riot at Azad Maidan, Mumbai.
Earlier, Sunday evening, Rabindra Ghosh, a lawyer and president of the ‘Bangladesh minority watch’, informed the participants of the convention about the situation of Hindus and Hindutva in Bangladesh.
In 1947, there were 39% Hindus in Bangladesh, whereas the number has dwindled to a mere 9.46% today. Even after facing such atrocities, the Hindus are not willing to leave Bangladesh because they want to be part of an undivided Hindu nation, Ghosh added.(From 45 million Hindus to 0.8 million)
The week long convention organized by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) will continue till June 26.