Mumbai : Maps of various countries were distributed during a conference held at Geneva by World Health Organisation. States of Jammu & Kashmir were omitted from India’s map. Shri. Sambhaji Zende, the Executive Director of HBCL observed this mistake and brought it to the notice of the concerned; including Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Shri. Shivaji Vatkar of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) met Shri. Zende and congratulated him. He was presented with a congratulatory letter and a book titled ‘What is the need for Hindu Rashtra’. He was also shown the news published in ‘Dainik Sanatan Prabhat’s issue dated 23rd November about him. Shri. Zende read the letter and news and commended HJS. Shri. Prasad Mankar and Kum. Bhakti Dalvi of HJS were present on the occasion.
Shri. Shivaji Vatkar told Shri. Zende about HJS’ ‘Undivided Bharat’ drive under which issue of distortion of India’s map was taken up with B & R Automation, Google Analyticals, US Department of States, Shiva Analytics Pvt. Ltd., the Board of Cricket Control in India, Maharashtra State Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Boards and the success of such drives. Information about activities undertaken by HJS for protection of nation and Dharma was also given to him. Shri. Zende said that there was need to constantly take up such matters. He was told that HJS would contact the Government for felicitating him and also to write to World Health Organisation in this context.