Why the Government, that does not impose ban on Owaisi, imposes ban on Togadia ? – Shri Shri Muktananda Swamiji, Karinje, Modbidre
Udupi (Karnataka) : Many politicians demand implementation of law against conversion of religion; but why nobody talks about forceful conversions already taking place? Asaduddin Owaisi says real ‘ghar-vapasi’ is adopting Islam. No action is taken by Karnataka Government against him but VHP leader Pravin Togadia is prohibited from coming to Bengaluru to take part in Hindu Convention.
We condemn this appeasement of minorities by the State Government and such anti-Hindu laws, said Sri Sri Muktananda Swamiji of Shri. Raghavendra Peetha, Karinje, Mudbidre, during Hindu Dharmajagruti Sabha organized by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS); on 12th February, Thursday at Shri. Shesha-shayan Hall, Udupi, while addressing the gathering. Practicing advocate Shri. Amrutesh, with High Court, Bengaluru, Shri. Ramanand Gauda of Sanatan Sanstha and Shri. Guruprasad of HJS also addressed the ‘sabha’. The ‘sabha’ was attended by more than 300 devout Hindus. Swamiji said, “Siddharamayya Government started ‘Shadi-bhagya’ scheme for appeasement of Muslims in Karnataka. Why he couldn’t say ‘Mangalya-bhagya’ ? The rulers are looting Hindus’ Devasthanas and offering facilities to Muslims for ‘Haj’ pilgrimage with such money. Now, attempts are made to ‘governmentalize’ even mutts. It is a new scheme to discard Saints- seers to fill coffers of the Government and it is the grave situation in Karnataka State.”
Everyone should devote at least 1 hour every day for Dharma-seva ! – Adv. Amrutesh N. P.
We have no faith and respect towards Hindu Dharma; therefore, we are indifferent to denigration of Deities. Our Deities are ridiculed for commercial purpose but now Hindu Janajagruti Samiti and Hindu Vidhidnya Parishada are opposing and have tried to stop denigration. As an advocate, I get 5-10 cases of love jihad every month in which people go to police to lodge a complaint under ‘love jihad’ but police register complaint as ‘missing person’. Court grants permission for marriage once girl becomes 18 years of age based on her claim. Such situation has arisen because we have not imparted Dharma-shikshan to our children. Every one of us should devote at least one hour every day towards Dharma-seva. I appeal to people to join HJS activities for this purpose.
Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat