Change the name of Santacruz since it is a symbol of slavery : Narendra Surve, HJS

Hindu Rashtra-jagruti Sabha held at Santacruz !

Shri. Narendra Surve

Santacruz (Mumbai) : Every nation tries to preserve and take care of own culture, ideals and people’s sentiments; but the Governments ruling India after independence nurtured slavish attitude rather than own culture; therefore, even after 70 years of independence, many names thrust upon us by foreign invaders have not been changed. One of such names is Santacruz. Name of Santacruz which is a symbol of slavery should be changed to Swami Vivekananda Nagar, was the demand made by Shri. Narendra Surve, spokesperson of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS).

He addressed ‘Hindu Rashtra-jagruti Sabha (sabha)’ held in the hall of Shivakrupa Society in Vakola area of Santacruz (East) on 1st December at 6.00 p.m. Sou. Nayana Bhagat, the spokesperson of Sanatan Sanstha also addressed the ‘sabha’ attended by 150 devout Hindus.

Feedback by devout Hindus

1. Today’s generation needs ‘Dharmashikshan’ very badly. You come to us and teach us. – Sou. Sanika Wadekar

2. I saw the poster displayed about HJS and came for the ‘sabha’. I can come for self-defence class. – Shri. Santosh Hasurkar, Durgaveer Pratishthan

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