An Urgent Appeal
The Hindu Janajagruti Samit (HJS) is inviting organization of exhibition depicting atrocities committed on Kashmiri Pandits and Hindus in Bangladesh called F.A.C.T. (Foundation Against Continuing Terrorism) in Mumbai, Thane and New Mumbai area. The area and population to be covered is very large and the cost to arrange a place for three days is beyond HJS's reach. It would be a great help if place could be made available for putting up the exhibition.
HJS will continue arranging the exhibition in other places in Maharashtra, Karnataka, Goa and else where. HJS welcomes organizations or group of Hindus wanting to join this activity and render assistance. Contact - firstname.lastname@example.org
Jihadis conducted a brutal genocide of Hindus in Kashmir, which is a part of the so-called secular Bharat (India). Our political parties playing politics in the name of 'minority' rights have chosen to turn a blind eye to the horrible atrocities being committed on minority Hindus! Our 24/7 media has also chosen to sweep this issue under the carpet.
The HJS is organizing live exhibitions of this Hindu genocide in various states in order to acquaint the general public with the true story of Hindus who have fallen prey to Pak-sponsored terrorism. The pictures displayed in these exhibition have been made available by 'Panun Kashmir', an association of Kashmiri Pandits and 'FACT' (The Foundation Against Continuing Terrorism).
Exhibition of pictures received from Panun Kashmir is available online.
If you are interested in providing assistance or participation in organizing such exhibitions, also if you want to organise such exhibitions jointly in association with the HJS, then you can contact us at email@example.com. Get acquainted with the steps as to how the HJS organizes and puts up such exhibitions.
You can provide assistance to organise such exhibitions in your locality. (Read: How to organise such exhibitions?)
If such an exhibition has been put up in your locality, you can visit it and inform your contacts regarding the same.
Inform your contacts about the Online Exhibition on this website.
Contact the concerned persons at places where such exhibitions have been put up to find out how you can help.