Amravati : Hindu organizations unite in support of ‘Hindutvavadi’ Sanatan Sanstha

Representation submitted to District Officer !

Amravati : Few organizations and political parties are demanding imposition of ban on Sanatan Sanstha after Nalasopara explosives issue. Sanatan Sanstha is engaged in activities related to protection of nation and social work. It also imparts ‘Dharmashikshan’ to Hindus. Many people have been leading happy life by undertaking spiritual practice under guidance of Sanatan Sanstha. Even then, imposing ban on Sanatan Sanstha, which is like pillar of strength for ‘Hindutva’, will be like imposing ban on Hindu Dharma. Therefore, considering the seriousness of this issue, pro-Hindu organizations viz. Shriram Sena, Yoga Vedanta Seva Samiti, Shri Shivapratishthan Hindustan, Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha and Bhagava Sena from Amravati District submitted a representation through their members, to additional District Collector Shri. Khushalsingh Pardesi, opposing demand for imposition of ban on Sanatan Sanstha.

18 devout Hindus, including Shri. Vijay Dubey, District-President of Shriram Sena, Shri. Anil Shukla, city-President of Shriram Sena, Shri. Shivkumar Chhangani, District-Secretary of Shriram Sena and its members viz. Shri. Om Hanswar, Shri. Santosh Yadav; Dr. Suresh Chikate, District-President of VHP; Shri. Manav Budhdadev of ‘Yoga Vedanta Seva Samiti’; Shri. Nishad Jodh of ‘Shri Shivapratishthan Hindustan’; Shri. Vikrant Alguje, Shri. Sangramsingh Parihar of ‘Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha’; devout Hindus like Shri. Vivek Zade, Shri. Vimal Pande, Shri. Dnyaneshwar Dande, Shri. Umesh Mowale; Shri. Nilesh Tavlare, Shri. Anand Dau and Sou. Anubhuti Tavlare were present on the occasion.

Highlights : Shri. Dhyanadev Dande, who is handicapped and had spontaneously joined the agitations held on 8th September, was also present. He parked his tricycle outside District Collector’s office and crawled to District Collector’s office for submitting representation.

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