Devout Hindus’ resolve to give 1 hour per day for Nation & Dharma

1334400056_invitation10Enthusiastic response of devout Hindus to the meeting held after the Dharmajagruti Sabha at Nipani !

Grand Hindu Dharmajagruti Sabha was held on ‘V. S. M. High School’ ground at Nipani on 19th February. It was open for public. Thereafter to chalk out the plan to decide the further steps with regard to the mission conveyed in the sabha, a meeting was organised at Mahadev Mandir, Mangalwar Peth on 23rd February. Devout Hindus present in this meeting resolved to give 1 hour per day for Rashtra and Dharma ! 35 devout Hindus were present for this meeting.
Local problems told by the devout Hindus there were discussed in the meeting. ‘A student of B.C.A. told about the troubles given by the Muslim youth in the college premises. He said, ‘I am certain to get assistance in this regard from Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) as it is known to be an organisation handling all the issues constitutionally.’ Another devout Hindu gave information about a mosque being constructed in the area of the Bus Terminus. All decided to fight firmly against it constitutionally.
Girl students are being harassed in the college premises by Muslim youth. With a view to take some step in this regard, all agreed to submit a representation on 28th February demanding that the identity cards of all the students coming to colleges and schools in their respective premises will have to be checked. Mr. Santosh Nimbalkar , a devout Hindu, has taken lead to start a Dharmashikshan class in his locality.
BJP secretary Mr. Pranav Manavi, City Chief Mr. Jaywant Bhatle, devout Hindu Mr. Shishir Halbhave, Mr. Santosh Mane, Mr. Baban Nirmale, Mr. Sanjay Patil, Mr. Babu Lohar, Mr. Sanjay Pangire and Mr. Madhukar Nazre, Mr. Shivanand Swami of HJS, Dr. (Mrs.) Shilpa Kothavle and Mrs. Alka Patil of Sanatan Sanstha were present for the meeting.

Source: Dainik Sanatan Prabhat