Pune : Review meeting after HJS’ Dharmajagruti Sabha

Hindus to take active part in creating awareness towards 31st December  


Chinchwad (Dist. Pune) – A review meeting was held by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) as follow-up of Hindu Dharmajagruti Sabha held recently. The meeting held at Sriram Mandir, Ram-lane on Tuesday received spontaneous active response from about 30-40 devout Hindus. Members of H. H. Asaram Bapu Sect, RSS and other pro-Hindu organizations attended the meeting including Sanatan Sanstha’s H. H. (Ms.) Swati Khadye, Shri. Gopal Kalamkar of BJP, Sanatan’s Ms. Rajashree Khollam and Shri. Abhijit Deshmukh and Shri. Parag Gokhale of HJS.

Shri. Milind Dharmadhikari of HJS first explained the purpose of holding the meeting. It was decided to meet on every Sunday at Ram-Mandir in the evening for Dharma-shikshan classes. All participants informed their plan of action for protection of culture by preventing malpractices on 31st December. Many participants collected handbills. It was also decided to display 14 boards to create awareness towards 31st December celebrations. Resolutions were passed in the meeting to demand re-implementation of Act banning cow-slaughter in Karnataka, stop taking over Mutts by that State Government and cancellation of likely ban on Sriram Sena. Shri. Abhijit Deshmukh explained the need for self-defence. H. H. (Kum.) Swati Khadye answered questions asked by participants; giving guidance to them.

Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat

Hindus should realize that they are representatives of the most developed religion in the Universe ! – Vaidya Mandar Bedekar

Hindu Dharmajagruti Sabha at Chinchwad (Pune)


Chinchwad-Pune (Maharashtra) : On 21st December, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) held Hindu Dharmajagruti Sabha on the grounds of Sri Moraya Gosavi Temple. Shri. Mandar Bedekar, a staunch Hindutvavadi and Ayurveda practitioner said in his address that ‘our country and Dharma have been invaded several times, adversely affecting our identity, Vedic traditions and knowledge. History has been deliberately distorted and taught to Hindus through laws, articles and education etc. Even if one utters words like ‘Sanskrut’ and ‘gou-mutra’, it is given a communal twist. Hindus have been separated from Vedic Dharma although Vedic Dharma teaches the concept of welfare of whole Universe. Hindus need to be alert and observe things going around them very carefully. They should realize that they are representatives of the most developed Dharma in the world and unite with this perspective in mind. More than 1400 devout Hindus participated in the ‘sabha’.

Establishment of Hindu Rashtra is certain with united and devout Hindus abiding by their Dharma ! – H. H. (Ms.) Swati Khadye

In a country where Hindus are in majority, festivals celebrated by Hindus are criticized; attempts are made to dissuade them from abiding by Dharma. Others do not hesitate to provoke Hindus. Hindus are being forcibly converted. Nobody is in awe of Hindus due to lack of unity amongst them. It is necessary for Hindus to unite and abide by Dharma if they want to establish Hindu Rashtra. Only united Hindus abiding by their Dharma, will be able to establish Hindu Rashtra.

Shri. Abhijit Deshmukh, HJS convenor for self-defence training explained about various attacks on Hindus in his address.

Police video-record the exhibition

4-5 officers of Crime Branch were present at the venue of the sabha right from the beginning. They video-recorded the sabha as well as the exhibition held at the venue; besides writing points from the speeches given in the sabha. When asked, they said that they were following orders of their senior officers.

Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat