Guidance on making use of RTI through a workshop held at Nalasopara

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Advocate Khush Khandelwal giving guidance to participating devout Hindus during workshop

Nalasopara : Let us remember God and come together today, to fight against injustice. There are corrupt government employees so also officers who are exploiting people’s helplessness and doing injustice to them. At such time, information should be obtained under ‘Right to Information (RTI)’ to end injustice, stated advocate Khush Khandelwal, national President of ‘Hindustan National Party’.

On 27th April, workshop was organized at Lakshmi-Narayan Mandir hall, Nalasopara (West) which was addressed by advocate Khush Khandelwal. Shri. Vikram Bhave of Hindu Vidhidnya Parishad (HVP) and Shri. Sagar Chopdar of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) shared the dais with him. Shri. Prasad Kale did compeering of the program. Advocate Khush Khandelwal explained the whole process of using RTI against corrupt government employees and officers who are exploiting people and are doing injustice to them. The participants were shown a VCD on activities undertaken by HVP.

Shri. Vikram Bhave explained about use of RTI effectively against evil tendencies in society. Many people showed interest in knowing how to join legal fight. 21 devout Hindus attended the workshop. An exhibition of Sanatan’s books and boards with matter related to nation and Dharma, was held at the venue; besides ‘sattvika’ products of Sanatan. Good response was received from participants.

Highlights

1. Shri. Vikram Bhave was narrating his own experiences of using RTI when devout Hindus were spontaneously clapping in appreciation.

2. Few devout Hindus said that they got valuable information and they would take up local issues.

 

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