Hindu Samhati 6th anniversary was observed at Kolkata

downloadHindu Samhati’s 6th anniversary was observed with gravity in Rani Rashmani Avenue at Esplanade/Dharmatala, Kolkata, on today itself, amid the presence of more than tens of thousands of its supporters and stalwarts of Hindu struggle across India.

While the vigorous public rally was found to listen to the sagacious advices of speakers, its worth became most apparent through the stringent security measures adopted by police and administration. People who graced the occasion included Tapan Ghosh (President, Hindu Samhati); Bikarna Naskar (vice-president, Hindu Samhati); Suresh Chavanke (Chairman, Sudarshan News Channel); Suryakant Kelkar (National Convenor, Bharat Raksha Manch); Swami Tejasanandaji Maharaj (Bholagiri Ashram, Haridwar).

While the majority of speakers accentuated the diabolical measures being implemented round India to stamp down honest aspirations of Hindus to lead a decent life upholding values of Hindu Dharma, particularly in Bengal, at the behest of pseudo-secularism and appeasement of Islamists, Sri Suresh Chavanke was witnessed to express his great hopes on the struggling mass of Bengal, might of whose made British Imperialism leave India. He hoped that the new sun of Hindu freedom from all shackles would rise from this land, majestic to generate revolutionaries through generations.

Shri Tapan Ghosh addressed the meeting by bringing forth several recent incidents of Hindu persecutions across Bengal and also explicated the complicity of police, administration and radical Muslims in those.

Source: Hindu Samhati