Hindu Janjagriti Samiti to hold All India Hindu Conference in Goa


The fourth edition of seven-day All India Hindu Conference is scheduled to be organised by Hindu Janjagriti Samiti in Goa from 11th June, officials said today.

HJS coordinator for Faridabad Suresh Munjal today informed that the seven-day conference in Goa will witness the participation of 350 representatives from 21 states besides representations from Nepal, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.

Munjal said that conference will mainly focus on the issues of cow slaughter ban in Delhi and Punjab, love Jihad, maintenance of ancient temples of the country, attack on Hindus in Pakistan and Bangladesh, intrusion by Bangladesh and other such issues.

The All India Hindu conferences has been working on issues such as uniting the 40 regional Hindu bodies spread over seven states, organizing 50 national Hindu Programs per month in the states, acting on a common program to help the people in need and contesting for Hindu rights through Hindu Legal committee, he said.

Munjal said that the Centre has already started providing Indian citizenship to the Hindus in Pakistan.

Removal of sequence insulting Hindu religion from Bollywood blockbuster Singham Returns and Gurupoornima is also a step in direction of protecting Hindu religion, he said.

In Assam, the aggrieved people from Bodo extremisms were provided with food and shelter on the initiative taken from the Hindu Jagriti, he said.

There are many such initiatives taken by the body and would be further strengthening the base of Hindus in their own country, said Ashok Kinni, a member of the organisation.


Source: deshgujarat.com