Hindu Dharmajagruti Sabha held successfully at Dodamarg

Hindus need to unite for preventing attacks on nation and Dharma ! – Daivesh Redkar, HJS 

Dodamarg : Muslims come together whenever they are told ‘Islam is in danger’. Christians also unite forgetting their differences against attacks on their religion; but Hindus don’t forget their posts, parties, organizations, sects or differences, whenever Hindu Dharma is in danger. Lack of unity amongst Hindus is the cause of attacks on nation and Hindu Dharma; therefore, all Hindus need to come together for establishment of righteous Hindu Rashtra by forgetting their differences for prevention of attacks on God, nation and Dharma. The above opinion was expressed by Shri. Daivesh Redkar of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS).

He addressed Hindu ‘Dharmajagruti Sabha (sabha)’ held on 29th October at Shri Khandoba Hall at Sargave rehabilitation, Zare-2 in Dodamarg Taluka. Shri. Devendra Shetkar, the newly elected Sarpanch garlanded statue of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj in front of the hall; before starting of the ‘sabha’.

Shri. Redkar said further, “All non-Hindus are imparted knowledge of their respective religion at their prayer houses. Hindus’ temples are also centres imparting ‘Dharmashikshan’; but presently, they are not used for the purpose. Hindus, therefore, need to take initiative in gaining knowledge on Dharma. ‘Dainik Sanatan Prabhat’ guides Hindus on matters related to nation and Dharma and imparts ‘Dharmashikshan’. All Hindus should subscribe to ‘Sanatan Prabhat’.

Highlights

1. Ten members of ‘Shivashambho Pratishthan’ attended the ‘sabha’.

2. Discussions held after the ‘sabha’ were attended by members of Bajarang Dal, ‘Shivashambho Pratishthan’; so also Shri. Shekhar Vete and Shri. Sudan Topale, famous local traders.

3. Review meeting will be held on 5th November at the same venue at 3.00 p.m. for deciding further course of action.

4. All pro-Hindu organizations have henceforth, decided to work together.

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