Jabalpur : 3rd anniversary of ‘Hindu Seva Parishad’ celebrated

Establish ‘Hindu Rashtra’ in order to eliminate assaults on the Nation and Dharma : Ramesh Shinde

Shri. Ramesh Shinde, National Spokesperson of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti is seen speaking in the meeting organised in Jabalpur by Hindu Seva Parishad

Jabalpur (Madhya Pradesh) : “A large number of intruders from neighbouring countries are trying to pollute the developmental and peaceful environment in the nation. Therefore, the youths should always be alert. Similarly, they should make constant efforts for establishing ‘Hindu Nation’ along with uniting Hindus for uprooting the elements assaulting the Nation and Dharma,” appealed Shri. Ramesh Shinde, National Spokesperson of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti.

He was addressing youths gathered in the grand Gada-Yatra (Religious procession) organised on 31st March on the occasion of the 3rd anniversary of ‘Hindu Seva Parishad’ and celebration of Veer Hanuman Jayanti.

In this Yatra, more than 3,000 activists of the Parishad participated enthusiastically by carrying Gadas (Mace- a weapon) and saffron flags. The Yatra commenced after performing Arti at Naudara Brij Hanuman temple in the auspicious presence of Saints. Later, the procession passed through the main streets of the town and culminated in a grand Dharmasabha (Religious meeting) at JDA Park.

On this occasion, ex-MP Ramvilas Vedanti Maharaj, a member of Ramjanmabhumi Trust, Sadhvi Saraswati Didi from Chhindwada along with other dignitaries were present. Shri. Ramvilas Vedanti Maharaj said, “Terrorism is on the rise in the nation. The Hindu community is forgetting its Dharma due to dread of terrorism. Therefore, it is essential to establish ‘Hindu Nation’ by making the nation free of terrorism”.

Sadhvi Saraswati Didi said, “Youths should unite and become alert so that our nation is not destroyed by anybody”. Sarv-Shri. Atul Jaiswani, Utkarsh Ravat, Nitin Sonapali, Prasar-head of Parishad; Nitin Kanojiya, etc. along with the activists of Parishad were present on the occasion.

Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat