Ashwin Krushna Shashti , Kaliyug Varsha 5113
Hindus to oppose the anti-Hindu ‘Communal Violence’ Bill 2011 is the need of the hour ! – Mr. Rajesh Korgaokar, HJS
Inauguration of Hindu Dharmajagruti Sabha by lighting a Samai (an oil lamp)
Canacona: Congress Government is trying to pass, ‘Prevention of Communal and Targeted Violence Bill, 2011' ’, in the country. Hindus only will have to take the brunt as per this law. Chief Ministers of different states have opposed this Bill; but Goa’s chief Minister has supported it. Hindus should oppose this law, said Shri. Rajesh Korgaokar of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS). He was addressing a gathering, organised on behalf of HJS, at the Public Auditorium near Shree Mahadev Mandir, at Barshe, Quepem. Shri. Jayesh Thali, State coordinator of Gomantak Mandir Mahasangh and Sau. Deepa Mamledar of Sanatan Sanstha were also present at this occasion. This was 27th sabha organised by HJS in Goa.
Devout Hindus present for the Hindu Dharmajagruti Sabha
The sabha commenced with blowing conch shell followed by Ganesh Stavan. The sabha began after Shri. Jayesh Thali lighted the auspicious lamp. Students of Sanatan Gurukul recited the Ved Mantras. Shri. Govind Lolayekar, representative of Dainik ‘Sanatan Prabhat’ was felicitated at the hands of Shri. Jayesh Thali. An audio-visual CD giving information about the missions undertaken by HJS and Dainik Sanatan Prabhat’ was shown to the audience. Shri. Rajesh Korgaokar while continuing his speech said that, unity among Hindus and establishment of Hindu Rashtra was very necessary to stop the various attacks on Hindu Dharma by way of Denigration of deities, etc. Sau. Deepa Mamledar said while addressing the gathering that, there is no alternative to establishing a Hindu Rashtra, in order to stop the harassment meted out to Hindutvawadi Organisations. Shri. Thali gave full account of the various ways of attacking temples like thefts committed at temples, desecration of idols, Government’s plan to destroy temples and small shrines (Ghumtya) declaring them as illegal, etc. He said further that in order to counter these attacks unity among Hindus is the need of the hour. The gathering ended with the singing of the National song, ‘Vande Mataram’. 200 devout Hindus attended the sabha. It was very peculiar to notice more than 100 women, inspired by the guidance given by the speakers, participated spontaneously in the group discussion held at the venue after the sabha. The discussion was held to chalk out the next action to be taken to protect the Rashtra and Dharma.
Source: From Our Correspondent