Ban should be imposed on bursting crackers during 25th December 2018 to 2nd January 2019 – HJS
Sambhajinagar : Bursting of crackers should be banned for the period, 25th December 2018 to 2nd January 2019 as per Supreme Court’s orders and there should be ban on crackers made in China, were the demands made by Sou. Anandi Wankhede of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) during demonstrations staged under auspices of ‘Rashtriya Hindu Andolan (RHA)’.
Seekers of Sanatan Sanstha and HJS have been working selflessly for protection of Hindu Dharma and culture since more than two decades and creating awareness towards matters related to spiritual science, ‘sadhana (spiritual practice)’, ‘sanskruti’ and nation. They are also fighting, in lawful manner, against corruption and unjust looting of people of this country. False propaganda is made constantly through showing false news about the ‘Sanstha’ and it is unnecessarily defamed. Even names of devout Hindu activists are maligned by media. Action should, therefore, be taken against those spreading such false news, was the demand made by advocate Suresh Kulkarni, a founder- member of ‘Hindu Vidhidnya Parishad (HVP)’ while addressing RHA staged at Sambhajinagar in front of District Collector’s office. More than 40 devout Hindus participated in demonstrations.
Sou. Rohini Joshi of Sanatan Sanstha said that millions of men and women from Kerala took out marches and staged demonstrations for protection of traditions observed at Sabarimala temple so as to register their protest in lawful manner; but out of them, more than 3500 devotees were arrested by Kerala police; filing cases against them which is most unfortunate and condemnable. Such cases should be immediately withdrawn.