Jyeshtha Krushna 10, Kaliyug Varsha 5114
Hindu Janajagruti Samiti has commenced a movement for establishment of Hindu Rashtra !
Pujya Narayan Premsaiji, son of H. H. Asaramji Bapoo
Presently, there are 57 Christian Nations and 92 Muslim Nations; then why should the Hindus not have at least one Nation of their own ? Hindu Janajagruti Samiti has commenced a movement by organising ‘All India Hindu Convention’. All the Hindu organisations and sects throughout India will unite and Hindu Rashtra will be established.
Prior Independence, the slogan ‘Quit India’ became popular and the entire Nation stood behind it like a rock. Pujya Narayan Premsaiji appealed to crores of Hindus to proclaim the slogan of ‘Establish a Hindu Rashtra’ now. Pujya Narayan Premsaiji, son of H.H. Asaram Bapuji and an ardent Sage made this appeal here today. He was guiding devout Hindus on the subject ‘Protection of culture’ on the third day of the historic ‘All India Hindu Convention’ for the establishment of Hindu Rashtra.
Some of the brilliant thoughts expressed by Pujya Narayan Premsaiji1. Uniting the Sikhs, Buddhist and the Jain sects that are very mush a part of Hindu Dharma, the mission of making Bharat a great spiritual power in the world can be accomplished within few years only.
2. Hindus already have the potential of the greatness of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, Dharmaveer Sambhaji Maharaj and Divine spark of the Deities like Hanuman and Shriram. Hindus should be made to realise their potential.
3. A well planned use of every Hindu should be made for the sake of Hindu Rashtra.
4. We must also think of the Hindus from Mauritius, Dubai, Pakistan, Singapore, Nepal etc.
5. We must make use of websites to change the false history that is being taught to Hindus today and tell them the true history with confidence.
6. Hindus must get subsidy for the pilgrimage such as Char Dham, Amarnath, Kailash Manas Sarovar etc.
7. A faction of Hindu journalists must be formed.
8. On the lines of measures adopted by Madhya Pradesh Government for Cow-protection, the Cow-protection act, Sanctuaries for the cows etc. should be taken up by other states also.
If the US Parliament can begin their proceedings with chanting of Veda mantras, our Parliament also should follow the same. A law should be passed in that context.