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Hindu Dharmajagruti Sabha at Yewla, Nashik

April 3, 2011
Phalgun Amawasya. Kaliyug Varsha 5112

Government to pass Laws to take strict action against the ‘Mafia’ ! – H.B.P. Badade Maharaj

Yewla (Dist. Nashik, Maharashtra): H.B.P. Badade Maharaj gave a call today to the Government to pass strict Laws in order to take firm action against the Sand Mafia, Fuel Mafia, to eradicate corruption completely instead of passing Laws to eradicate ‘Faith’ under the name of eradicating Blind Faith. He was addressing a gathering here attending the Hindu Dharmajagruti Sabha organised by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS). More than 400 proud Hindus attended the sabha. The sabha began with the recitation of Ved Mantras and lighting of the auspicious lamp.

He said further, “Thousands are suffering due to unemployment, poverty, thousands are committing suicide; but not a single ruler is seen committing suicide. They are looting the people so much that they do not feel the need to commit suicide. Mr. Anna Hajare is struggling day and night for the Nation but other lacs of ‘Annas’ in the country are watching cricket matches on the television. We are forgetting our culture day by day. ‘Aai’ can train children; but ‘Mummy’ spoils them. Aai is benevolent ; but Mummy makes her children – machines. ‘As you sow, so shall you reap’ – The next generation will turn out as per your inner feelings of training them.”

Mrs. Minakshi Kolhe of Sanatan Sanstha appealed to people in the gathering while stating the importance of Dharamacharan (Righteous behavior) to save Dharma. She also explained the religious and social work undertaken by Sanatan Sanstha in Bharat and abroad and asked the people there protesting against the ‘Ban’ the Government is trying to impose on it, whether such a Sanstha could be terrorist?

Mr. Prasad Vadke of HJS appealed to the people there to introspect why Hindus were attacked for the last hundreds of years. Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj taught us to fight; but we are just seeking protection from others. That is why no one respects Hindu Dharma. He advised the people to join HJS mission to realise the importance of Dharma and to enhance Dharmatej in themselves. Prof. Dnyaneshwar Bhagure compered . 

Source: Daily Sanatan Prabhat

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