• HVP sends reminder to CM
• Why such demand is required to be made in a country where Hindus are in majority ? Hindus expect BJP Government to take prompt action on this demand !
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Mumbai : Few anti-Shivaji activists and anti-Hindu separatists had cut off statue of Dadoji Kondadev from the premises of Lal Mahal in Pune. On the occasion of forthcoming Shiva-jayanti, this statue should be re-installed was the demand made earlier by Hindu Vidhidnya Parishada (HVP) through a letter written to the State Chief Minister (CM); but the Government seems to be doing nothing in this regard although Shiva-jayanti is only few days away; therefore, HVP has sent a reminder to the CM, Devendra Fadanvis.
It has been stated in this letter, “Pune is the cultural Capital of Maharashtra and seeds of establishing Hindavi Swarajya (Hindu Kingdom) were sown in the same city. Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj stayed in the historical Lal Mahal and learnt lessons in politics from his political Guru Dadoji Kondadev; but only out of hated towards Brahmins, few cowardly anti-national organizations from Maharashtra had cut off the statue of Dadoji Kondadev from Lal Mahal; flying green flags in the darkness of night while Hindus were in deep sleep.
That time, however, there were rulers in power, who politicized Brahmin-hatred and supported those anti-national organizations; therefore, they openly shielded such people involved in insulting Maharashtra, Hindus and Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. The statue is still not re-installed. HVP has expressed hope that leaders seeking blessings of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj at the time of elections, have not forgotten this insult of Chhatrapati Shivaraya.
Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat