It is necessary to awaken valour amongst Hindus : Chetan Rajhans, Sanatan Sanstha

Participation in ‘Akhand Bharat Sankalp Divas’ program

Ghaziabad (Uttar Pradesh) : Every year, Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) celebrates ‘Sankalp Divas’ with the aim of uniting countries like Afghanistan, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka etc from Indian continent, for re-creating undivided Bharat. Hundreds of Hindu youth take oath for re-establishment of this country which is very important. ‘Sankalp Divas’ is not a drive to be taken once in a year but one has to be active towards this goal for all 365 days. Revival of undivided Bharat is not an easy task; it will need striving hard with valour; but for that, awakening valour is necessary amongst Hindus, in the first place. Shri. Chetan Rajhans expressed the above views while addressing in a program held on the occasion of ‘Akhand Bharat Sankalp Divas’ as the President of the program.

VHP’s regional Co-Coordinator advocate Vinayak Bhati said, “It is due to our past merits that we are getting an opportunity to work for Hindu Dharma; therefore, we should be always feel gratitude towards God.” Advocate Vinay Kakkad, the city-President of VHP gave introductory speech. The program was attended by 100 youth members.

Hindu unification meeting for creating awareness towards establishment of Hindu Rashtra   

Modinagar : Under present secular system, Hindus have no protection under Constitution; therefore, it is necessary to make Bharat as a Hindu Rashtra, stated Sanatan Sanstha’s spokesperson Shri. Chetan Rajhans, in Hindu unification meeting held at Modinagar. District-level Chiefs of RSS, Arya Nirmatri Sabha, Gayatri Parivar, Bharat Swabhiman, Hindu Yuva Vahini, Hindu Swabhiman, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti and Sanatan Sanstha attended the meeting. It was decided in this meeting to hold such meeting once in a month for chiefs of organizations working for protection of ‘Hindutva’ and create awareness towards Hindu Rashtra.

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