Sankeshwar (Dist. Belgaum, Karnataka): The Govt. and police are overlooking incidents of denigration of Deities, cow-slaughtering etc. Can teaching ‘Vedas’ be compared to an act of terrorism? It is necessary to register protest against the raids by the police on Sanatan Sanstha and against those incompetent police officers. The Government is busy appeasing Muslims but treats Hindus very badly. All Hindus should unite and raise voice against the Government. We Saints are ready to lead such protest drive. The saffron robe worn by us is a ring of fire. If somebody tries to even touch it, all Hindus would unite and show their strength. The Government should not try to provoke Hindus because once they start burning with anger; they will stop only after engulfing everyone in the flames. The above views were expressed by S. B. Sree Siddheshwar Shivacharya Mahaswamiji in the Hindu Dharmajagruti Sabha held on the grounds of Veer Shaiva community in Hanuman nagar.
The ‘sabha’ was attended by 2000 devout Hindus. In the ‘sabha’, that was held in Marathi and Kannada language, Sanatan Sanstha’s Mrs. Gauri Khilare and Mrs. Vidula Haldipur of HJS also spoke. Vedamurti Mr. Santosh Joshi recited ‘Veda-mantras’ with his group. Mr. Dhananjay Harshe of ‘Dainik Sanatan Prabhat’ was felicitated. The ‘sabha’ was compeered by Miss Snehal Patil and Mr. Swayamprakash Bankapur.
Source: Daily Sanatan Prabhat
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