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Confirmation e-mail sent by Mr. Raju SutarFrom: Raju Sutar
Date: 8 June 2012 12:21
Subject: Re: Request to immediately stop display of paintings by Glorifying Anti-National and Anti-Hindu painter M F Husain through exhibition
To: SG Vatkar
The show is withdrawn immediately !
Protest letter sent to Mr. Raju Sutar by HJS
Hindu Janjagruti SamitiRegd. No. 1540/I-634,12112002
Address : 8, Jayshree Sidhhivinayk CHS, Naupada, Thane (W) 400602
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Shri Raju Sutar,
Waves Art Gallery, B204 Parmar Trade Centre,
Sadhu Vasvani Chouk,
Pune, Tel: 020 40064059
Subject : Request to immediately stop a program Glorifying Anti-National and Anti-Hindu painter M F Husain through exhibition
This refers to our discussion regarding exhibition paintings at Pune on theoccasion of Death Anniversary of M.F.Husain. We would like to bring to your notice that MF Hussain has hurt the Religious and National sentiments of crores of Hindus and Indians through his blasphemous paintings of Hindu deities and Bharat Mata (Mother India). This has resulted in promoting enmity between different religious groups and disturbing National integrity and harmony. He was accused of committing offences under section 2 of the prevention of Insults to National Honour Act.
Hindu Janajagruti Samiti is a registered NGO doing social, religious and National welfare work. Devoted Hindus doing voluntary charitable work have formed this Samiti. Samiti is active throughout India and educating people about Dharma in scientific way and solving problems connected with National, Religious and social field. We strongly object to your online display of paintings of ‘Anti – National’ and ‘Anti – Hindu’ M.F.Husain. Please note that in view of the above, various organisations and Indian citizens are not keen on any exhibition, distribution or sale of any of the paintings of M.F. Husain.
A long list of successful campaigns against M.F.Husain can be seen on our website at : http://www.hindujagruti.org/activities/campaigns/national/mfhussain-campaign/ (e.g. removal of Husain’s paintings from ABN Amro Bank's Credit Card, NGO
Khushi's auction of 6 crores of rupees painting, Tao Art Gallery, India International Trade Center (New Delhi) etc.)
In view of this display of paintings of Anti-Hindu and Anti-National painter M F Husain will amount not only to assisting an accused person but also further hurting religious sentiments of Hindus and National sentiments of Indians. In fact Husain has also not spared animals as he has depicted his cruelty and perversion towards animals by drawing pictures of sexual union between animals and Hindu Goddess and human beings. e.g. He has drawn a painting showing a bull copulating with Goddess Parvati and Lord Shiva watching on Mahashivratri, another painting shows Hindu Goddess Durgadevi in sexual union with Lion.
Hence you are requested to immediately stop glorification of M.F.Husain , exhibition arrangements, display of paintings drawn by Anti-National and Anti-Hindu painter M F Husain through exhibition. It is request to honour the National sentiments of Indians and religious sentiments of Hindus.
Please acknowledge the receipt of this letter and prompt action taken in the matter as agreed by you regarding cancellation of M.F.Husain's glorification/ paintings.
For Hindu Janajagruti Samiti,
Coordinator, Mumbai Region. India
Appeal to devout Hindus
We have received an information about a 'Miss You' painting exhibition, which going to be held from 8 to 16 June at Pune. Waces Art Gallery is going to host this exhibition, where various artists will exhibit their art as a tribute to late M F Husain, an anti-Hindu and anti-National painter. This perverted painter, M F Husain has drawn nude paintings of Hindu Deities and Bharat Mata. Hence devout Hindus should lawfully protest glorification of M F Husain , so that Waves Art Gallery should stop this glorification.
Information about exhibition can be seen at : Waves Art Gallery