All pro-Hindu organizations will bravely foil the malicious ploy of imposing ban on Sanatan Sanstha! – Warning by Warkari Sampradaya
Chiplun : Sanatan Sanstha has been selflessly propagating Hindu Dharma and culture; creating true awareness towards Dharma amongst Hindus. It is increasing patriotism amongst Hindus; but so-called progressive factions and secularists are defaming such patriotic and devout Sanatan and hatching malicious ploy for imposition of ban on Sanatan. All pro-Hindu organizations will, however, valiantly foil such ploy, was the warning given by Chiefs of Warkari Sect on 6th September; during protest march taken out against demand for ban on Sanatan.
Pro-Hindu organizations took out a march to protest against unjust action taken by investigating agencies against pro-Hindu organizations and against demand for ban on Sanatan. Members of Warkari Sampradaya, Trustees of various Devasthans, Shiv Sena, MNS, VHP, ‘Yoddha Pratishthan’, ‘Nabhik Sanghatana’ of Chiplun taluka, ‘Raje Samajik Pratishthan’, Hindu Vidhidnya Parishad, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti and Sanatan Sanstha participated in the march.
You can also make such efforts for avoiding likely ban on Sanatan
Local ‘Swarajya Sanstha’ i.e. Gram-Panchayat, Panchayat Samiti, Nagar Parishad (Town Councils), Zilha Parishad, Devasthans, festival committees and Sects can pass resolutions opposing ban on Sanatan and send the same to the Government; besides, one can write to Government on simple post-card, at personal level, in support of Sanatan.
1. The protest march was started by offering garland and ‘sreefal (coconut)’ at Shri Swami Samarth Mutt, Markandy and Shri Sai Mandir near Chhatrapati Sambhaji Chowk.
2. Shri. Bhagavan Borate, a municipal councilor garlanded the statue of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj in the premises of town council.
3. The march was taken through areas like Markandy- Market- Central Bus-stand concluding near Panchayat Samiti where it culminated into rally.
4. The march was concluded with recitation of Bhagavan Shrikrushna’s shloka.
5. A representation against demand for ban on Sanatan was submitted to Chiplun’s zonal officer for forwarding it to the Chief Minister.
6. Shri. Suresh Shinde did compeering of the program.
It started raining as the march reached Bhogale; still nobody left the march in the middle.
Participating Saints, organizations and dignitaries in the march
H.B.P. Shantaram Maharaj Navele from Furus; H.B.P. Narayan Maharaj Pawar from Songaon; Sanatan’s 79th Saint ‘Pujya’ Shrikrushna Agavekar; Shiv Sena city-Chief Shri. Rajesh Devalekar; its municipal councilors viz. Shri. Shashikant Modi, Shri. Bhagavan Burate; Taluka-secretary Shri. Dilip Chavan; ‘Yuva Sena’s Shri. Vicky Naralkar; Shiv Sena’s area-Chief Shri. Sanjay Redij; Songaon Committee President, Shri. Subhash Kadam; Dy. Sarpanch Shri. Nitin Kherade; ‘Grahak Sanrakshan Sena’s Taluka-Chief Shri. Deepak Mahadik; Shri. Nana Chalke of MNS; Shri. Shankar Chavan of Chiplun Taluka ‘Nabhik Sanghatana’; ‘Raje Samajik Pratishthan’s Shri. Prashant Potdar; ‘Yoddha Pratishthan’s Shri. Mahendra Salunkhe; Furus ‘Gram-devasthan’s President Shri. Shantaram Kadam; Dhamanvane ‘Gram-Devasthan’s Shri. Suresh Lad; Shri. Devavrat Tambe of ‘Shri Shivapratishthan Hindustan’; Ravalgaon’s Sarpanch Shri. Suresh Jadhav; H.B.P. Chandrakant Pandam; H.B.P. Anantrao Gholap from Udhale; H.B.P. Dattaram Mundhekar from Nandgaon; ‘Pedha’s Sarpanch Shri. Pravin Pakale; Shri. Vasant Ramane from Kadavali; Shri. Arun Dakave, a devout Hindu from Chiplun; Shri. Ganesh Gaikwad, Shri. Abhijit Girkar; Shri. Sushil Kadam, devout Hindus from Ratnagiri; Shri. Ganesh Utekar from Sakhar; Shri. Mangesh Pawar, area-Chief Shiv Sena, Jalgaon; Sanatan’s Shri. Keshav Ashtekar, Shri. Dnyandev Patil, Dr. Hemant Chalke, Sou. Pallavi Lanjekar; ‘Hindu Vidhidnya Parishad’s advocate (Sou.) Shreya Kadam, HJS District Coordinator, Shri. Vinod Gadikar and Shri. Santosh Ghorpade