May 16, 2011 Vaishakh Shukla Chaturdashi, Kaliyug Varsha 5113
From Left : Mr. Rajendraprasad Bhogale, Dr. Uday Dhuri and Mr. Durgesh Parulkar while lighting the H
Can ANiS not see the religious conversions and cheating carried out by Christians ? – Durgesh Parulkar
Mumbai (Maharashtra) : Few Christians got together at Palghar and cheated the villagers by carrying out religious conversion in the guise of offering money. Promising the villagers that they would be taken for a tour of Egypt, they took the villagers to a forest about 11 kilometres from Palghar and told them that ‘Jesus only will come to take you all to Egypt’. When righteous Hindus learnt about this incident they immediately freed the villagers and registered a complaint against the Christians. Renowned author and lecturer Mr. Durgesh Parulkar presented the question ‘Can ANiS not see the religious conversions and cheating carried out by Christians ?’ He was speaking on the occasion of the Dharma Sabha organised by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti on 14 May at Lalbaug. Mr. Rajendraprasad Bhogle of Sanatan Sanstha and Mr. Narendra Surve of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti also addressed the gathering on this occasion. The Dharma Sabha commenced with the recital of Mr. Ganesh Shlok and chanting of Vedas followed by the lighting of the ceremonial lamp by renowned author and lecturer Mr. Durgesh Parulkar. Ms. Shraddha Kanse was the compere for the Sabha. Mr. Prasad Mankar gave a detailed presentation of the activities of HJS to the proud righteous people present. A meeting to decide the future course of action has been organised on May 19 at 7 pm in Bandya Maruti Mandir, Peru Compound, Lalbaug. Mr. Parulkar further said, “Editor of Rashtriya Sahara and author Azim Bali has made a baseless accusation in his book that it is not Kasab but righteous Hindus who have killed Mr. Karkare – Anti-terrorism Squad Official. Some have even written that Kasab was arrested in Kathmandu two years back and later brought to Mumbai. Retired Police Official Hasan Mushrif has written in his book titled ‘Who killed Karkare’ that ‘Abhinav Bharat and Sangh has killed Anti–terrorism Squad Official Mr. Karkare.’ A case against this book is presently in the court. Such misleading statements are presently creating confusion in the thinking of the society.”
Mr. Rajendra Bhogle of Sanatan said, “Whenever the Congress party is in trouble they intentionally target righteous Hindu organisations. The Congress always plays this game to divert the attention of the public from their corrupt activities. We have to identify this game played by the government and become cautious at the appropriate time. If we unite then no one will dare to trouble us.”
Mr. Narendra Surve of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti addressed the gathering saying, “The government has said that they will bring back the money from Swiss banks within 100 days but even though more than 200 days have elapsed since then and the government is not saying anything on this. If this money is brought back then we will be so strong that we can even give loans to America. A procession was carried out for Raja who has been involved in corruption of 1 lakh 76 thousand crores of rupees – this itself indicates the present direction of the peoples’ thinking in this country today. Politicians have made a lot of progress in confusing matters.”
Section Chief of Section No. 166, Mr. Rajesh Kulse, proud righteous Hindu Mr. Yashwant Shinde and Section Assistant Chief for Shiv Sena Mr. Rajesh Panchal were present at the Sabha. HJS honoured them on this occasion.
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