Bicholi (Goa) : ‘I am hopeful that, the present BJP Government will find out an alternative on Mayem problem. In order to solve this problem it is not necessary to change the Government but developing the self (atmaparivartan) by taking guidance from Saints and teachings from scriptures (Dharmagrantha), this problem can be solved. If we bring about change in the self then only change in the Nation (Rashtraparivartan) is possible. The ruling politicians should solve, not only the Mayem problem but all the problems before the nation, by atmaparivartan only’, said Mr. Sakharam Pednekar, the secretary of Mayem Bhuvimochan Kruti Samiti. He was addressing the gathering at the Hindu Dharmajagruti Sabha, organised by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) held at Shri Hanuman Devasthan auditorium, at Sudhanagar, Borde, Bicholi, on 29th December. Mr. Hanumant Parab of Goraksha Abhiyan, Goa; Mr. Samgam Borkar of Sanatan Sanstha and Mr. Govind Chodankar of HJS were also present on the dais.
The sabha commenced after blowing a conch shell and reciting Veda mantras, the auspicious lamp was lit at the hands of Mr. Sakharam Pednekar. Mr. Gajanan Bordekar of Bharat Swabhiman, who was instrumental in stopping the conversion of Hindus and Mr. Kamlakant Tari, who had opposed gambling vehemently, were felicitated at the hands of the dignitaries. While expressing his sentiments, Mr. Kamlakant Tari said, that it is very essential to join the missions of HJS, Sanatan Sanstha and H.H. Ramdevbaba concerning Dharma, as the mavlas (soldier) had supported Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. Ms. Sangeeta Naik of HJS explained the mission undertaken by HJS. Thereafter the speakers addressed the gathering with their enlightening speeches. Mr. Sangam Borkar of Sanatan Sanstha expressed the need to establish a Hindu Rashtra asking a question, can we say that the nation which is based on reservations and reserved seats is on the verge of prosperity ? Mr. Hanumant Parab citing many examples of the so called Hindutvawadi BJP cheating Hindus regarding saving cows, expressed his earnest desire saying that, all of us should unite to fight for the protection of cows instead of relying upon any of the political parties. Mr. Govind Chodankar of HJS said that, in order to establish a Hindu Rashtra, there is a need of Hindus who are physically, mentally and spiritually capable to do so. Ms. Resha Narvekar and Mrs. Sumedha Naik compered.
A follow up meeting is being organised by HJS at Shri Hanuman Devasthan auditorium, at Sudhanagar, Borde, Dicholi on 1st January at 6 p.m.
Demonstrations on 5th January on behalf of Rastriya Hindu Andolan
As a part of the nationwide Rastriya Hindu Andolan, various Hindutvawadi organisations are going to stage demonstrations jointly to protest against conversion, various attacks on Hindu Dharma etc. on 5th January 2014 at 4 p.m. near the statue of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharj at the old bus-stand, Bicholi. The organisers have invited all Hindus to attend the demonstration in large numbers.