For the first time ever, a photo exhibition in Kumbh on the atrocities on Hindus in Kashmir !
Prayagraj : The terror that broke out on 19th January 1990 forced Kashmiri Hindus out of the Kashmir valley. This year marks 29 years into that incident. The failure of Indian democracy lies in the fact that Kashmiri Hindus have not been rehabilitated in Kashmir in the last 29 years. The Modi government in its pre-poll manifesto had promised to facilitate the return of Hindus in Kashmir. After 4 years into power, our question is when will the Modi government show the courage of rehabilitating Hindus in Kashmir ?, said Hindu Janajagruti Samiti’s National Guide, Sadguru (Dr.) Charudatta Pingale ji while speaking at the press conference.
He further added that for the first time ever in Prayag Kumbh, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti has organised a massive photo exhibition depicting severe atrocities on Hindus in Bangladesh and Kashmir by Jihadi extremists and terrorists. This exhibition is being held at ‘Bhoominiketan Peethadheeshwar Pendal, Sangam Lower Road, Sector 15. On the occasion of ‘Kashmiri Hindus Exodus Day’, a seminar has been organised on 19th January 2019 from 11 am to 1 pm to inaugurate the photo exhibition. Sadguru (Dr.) Pingale ji has also requested all the devotees, saints, Hindu organizations and students involved in Kumbh to see the photo exhibition and participate in the seminar organised on 19th January to truly understand the ‘horrifying truth of terror’.
This press conference was organised as a part of Sanatan Sanstha’s bootcamp at the Mori-Mukti cross in Sector 15 in Kumbh, Prayagraj. Hindu Janajagruti Samiti’s North-East India Guide, Shri. Nilesh Singbal who was present at the press conference, said that as a part of Samiti’s initiative – ‘Swachh Kumbh, Sattvik Kumbh’, the Samiti has been educating the devotees about maintaining cleanliness and the sanctity of the Teerth, temples, the Ganga and Kumbh Kshetra, in addition to distributing flyers about protecting the sanctity of temples. Having pictures of deities on T-shirts results in insult to the deities. Similarly, containers and wrappers of sweets, incense sticks, etc. also feature pictures of deities. These empty wrappers and containers are thrown in the bin post the use of their contents. This also results in disrespect of the deities. To advise against the occurrence of such incidents, Sanatan Sanstha has undertaken an initiative by the name of, ‘Swachh Kumbh, Sattvik kumbh’.
Sanatan Sanstha’s National Spokesperson, Shri. Chetan Rajhans who was present at the press conference said that on the occasion of Kumbh, Sanatan Sanstha alongwith Hindu Janajagruti Samiti will be organising 3 saints’ conferences and 2 programmes for the unification of Hindus, aimed at declaring India as a Hindu Rashtra.