Wardha : The Union Government should immediately pass law for constructing Ram Mandir at Shriram janmabhoomi (Ayodhya) which is a place of worship of millions of Hindus; impart ‘Dharmashikshan’ to Hindu students through schools-colleges for inculcating moral values in them; impose ban on sale, keeping stock and transport of meat and liquor at places of pilgrimage; temples taken over by the Government for management should be released from its control, were the demands made during demonstrations staged by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti on 22nd January, in front of Vikas Bhavan under aegis of ‘Rashtriya Hindu Andolan (RHA)’.
Representation with the above demands was later handed over to Dy. Zonal Magistrate Shri. Uttam Dighe, for forwarding the same to PM Narendra Modi. HJS activists participated in demonstrations.
Law should be passed immediately for construction of Ram Mandir : Devout Hindus demand throogh representation
Nanded : Shri. Khushalsingh Pardeshi, additional District Collector was submitted a representation wherein demand has been made for passing of law by the Union Government for construction of Ram Mandir at Shriram-janma-bhoomi (Ayodhya) which is the place of worship of millions of Hindus. Activists of pro-Hindu organizations, devout Hindus and Hindu Janajagruti Samiti were present on the occasion.
Demand was also made for imposition of ban on sale, keeping stock and transport of meat and liquor at places of pilgrimage; for cancellation of Government’s control over management of temples; for imparting ‘Dharmashikshan’ to Hindu students through schools-colleges for inculcating moral values in them; for taking action against contractors and concerned government officers responsible for throwing several ‘Shiva-lingas’ while constructing ‘Kashi Vishwanath Corridor’ and for giving necessary instructions to concerned officers and departments for maintaining honour of national flags in the background of Republic Day.
Shri. Paradeshi, the additional District Collector responded positively to the issues for taking necessary action and giving instructions to respective offices.