Hindu should adapt a stand that Government protecting Dharma and culture would be chosen to rule – Hanumant Parab
Margao (Goa) : ‘Hindus should adapt a stand that Government protecting Dharma and culture would be chosen to rule. Unless this stand is adapted, there never will be Ramrajya (Governance with righteousness); in fact we will not see even a ray of Ramrajya. In order to secure votes of the minorities, the central and state governments have given 13 crores of rupees for a Goa cow meat comlex. Govansh Raksha Abhiyan is going on protest against it very shortly.’, stated Shri. Hanumant Parab of Govansh Raksha Abhiyan, Goa. He was addressing the gathering at the Hindu Dharmajagruti Sabha organised by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) at Gujrati Samaj Trust Hall, Aquem, Margao. At this moment Shri. Sangam Borkar of Sanatan Sanstha, Shri. Amrutsing of Animal Rescue Squad and Shri. Govind Chodankar of HJS were on the dais.
The sabha commenced with blowing the conch shell and Ved-recitation by Shri. Pavan Barve and Shri. Rahul Vaze. Shri. Hanumant Parab lit the auspicious lamp. Shri. Vinay Talekar, Shri. Vinayak Patil and Shri. Dilip Mangaokar, Sanatan’s brave seekers acquitted from the Margao blast case, were felicitated by Shri. Hanumant Parab. Shri. Sudhakar Agalave gave introduction about the mission undertaken by HJS. Thereafter, speakers devoted to Dharma addressed the audience. Shri. Amrutsing alerted the audience there stating that, we can lose our freedom if we do not protect our cows. He also created awareness among the audience very efficiently by showing pictures of the illegal transporting of cows, how bulls are being tortured putting red chilli powder in their eyes before killing them etc. with the help of a projector, He made a very thought provoking statement that Cows are being slaughtered not because of bad people but because of the silence on the part of honest citizens regarding the same. Shri.Samgam Borkar voiced that, our seekers are being acquitted in the Margao blast case. Hence it is very essential for the central and the Sate investigating agencies to bring the culprits to books. Shri. Govind Chodankar said, that Hindus, in order to show the power of Hindutva in the coming Loksabha elections, should play their role very boldly. In order to achieve this it is necessary that Hindus should form a vote bank to compel good governance. Compering was done by kum. Resha Narvekar and kum. Aruni Gadekar. Representation demanding to stop the ‘Valentine Day’ celebrations marring the Hindu culture was kept for signatures.