Ashadh Krushna Dashami, 5111
O Hindus, pay gratitude to God for this success! These successes prove that, We Hindus, unitedly can stop defamation of our Hindu Deities & Icons!
MF Hussain campaign
HJS protested against nude painting of Bharatmata (Mother India) by MF Hussain. The painting was auctioned publically by Nafisa Ali for 80 Lakhs resulting in huge protests all over India.
Hussain’s paintings withdrawn from exhibition by 'Traditional art'Mumbai: An exhibition of art work including paintings by anti-Hindu painter M F Hussain has been held at ‘Sanjay Plaza’ Art Gallery in Juhu by an organisation known as ‘Traditional Art’. Information about this exhibition was received by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) through an English newspaper ‘D. N. A’. A 13-members delegation of HJS met Ram Batra, the Accountant of ‘Traditional Art’ and submitted a memorandum to him requesting him to withdraw paintings by anti-Hindu M F Hussain from the exhibition. A copy of the memorandum was also submitted to Juhu Police Station. Hussain’s paintings were withdrawn taking a note of HJS’ opposition.
The Assistant Police Inspector of Juhu Police Station contacted Ms. Bina Aziz of ‘Traditional Art’ on her cell phone and informed her about the strong opposition of HJS for display of M F Husain’s paintings in the exhibition. Ms. Aziz immediately assured to withdraw his paintings from the exhibition and accordingly took action. The police too confirmed the removal of Husain’s paintings by visiting the Art gallery.
The delegation of HJS comprised of Mr. Vijay Jadhav, Bacchubhai, Prashnat Chavan, Sachin Rajput and Dayanand who attend the ‘Dharma-shikshan’ classes started by HJS along with other members of HJS viz. Ashok Gaikwad, Prakash Karandikar, Suresh Sawant, Simit Sarmalkar, Umesh Pawar, Miss Jagruti Sawant, Mrs. Smita tandel and Mrs. Lata Bhat.
Protest against defamation of Hindu Deities & Icons
Respect national flag
With a sense of national pride, people enthusiastically buy such flags but the very next day, we find these flags being trampled upon the road, in dustbins and elsewhere.There is a new trend of selling flags made up of paper and plastic, which is incorrect.