November 23, 2008
Kartik Krushna EkadashiJalgaon (Maharashtra):
It's not true that Sanatan Sanstha is malicious or disgust about some religion, so we still don't have unanimity in NCP to ban Sanatan Sanstha, says Minister of Agriculture Shri Sharad Pawar. He was answering to the question asked by IBN Lokmat correspondent about the NCP's initiative to ban Sanatan Sanstha, during the press conference held in the NCP office here in Jalgaon. (IBN Lokmat channel is not concern about the suicides of farmers, scantiness of food and other problems. But this Sanatan malicious IBN Lokmat now don't want to talk anything else than ban on Sanatan. How such kind of journalism will be helpful for the public welfare? – Editor)
Shri. Pawar also said that, there is no space for those who are involved in anti social activities but we will support those who are doing good work. Also when asked about the working style of ATS he said, "The ATS is still investigating so it's not correct to speak on this subject." (Everybody is very suspicious and unhappy with the working style of ATS. To avoid commenting on such issues is like eluding oneself from the responsibility! – Editor)
He also said that no one has right to trouble out state people. (It would have been much better if Shri Pawar announce what the Congress and NCP government is going to take action against the out state people so that local people won't suffer! – Editor)
Dr. Appasaheb Pawar memorial awards for the modern farming techniques were given away with the hands of Shri Pawar. (The Agricultural Minister who is telling farmers not to be dependent only on the farming is giving the awards for modern farming techniques is a tragedy of Indian democracy – Editor) Source: Daily Sanatan Prabhat
- Protest against ban on pro-Hindu Sanatan Sanstha
- Hindu Dharmajagruti Sabha
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