Phalgun Krushna 6, Kaliyug Varsha 5113
Strong opposition of Hindus for proposed anti-superstitions Act
Mahad (Maharashtra): Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) and Warakari Sect are opposing the controversial anti-superstitions Bill drafted in the year 2005 attacking Hindu Dharma as the same Bill is going to be presented by Maharashtra Government in the forthcoming Legilsative Assembly session. Warakari sect and HJS held a press conference at 11.00 a.m. at ‘Chinmaya’ bungalow, Chavadar Tale in Mahad, to give information on this issue.
H.B.P. Bapu Maharaj Raokar explained the ill effects on Hindus if the Bill is passed. The Chief Minister had promised that the proposed Bill would not be passed without taking Warakari Sect into confidence and a committee of warakaris would be set up; but the Government has done nothing in this context; therefore, there is strong displeasure brewing among Warakaris and a rally will be taken out on 20th March by Warakaris and pro-Hindu organizations at Azad Maidan, Mumbai, informed H.B.P. Bapu Maharaj Raokar. Mr. Suresh Purohit of HJS also informed about the demonstration to be held against the said Act by Warakari Sect and pro-Hindu organizations at Mahad on 14th March at 4.00 p.m. at Shivaji Chowk. He distributed booklets published by HJS against the anti-superstitions Act. H.B.P. Bhagawan Swami Maharaj also distributed a copy of circular opposing the Act.
Source : Daily Sanatan Prabhat