Demand by devout Hindu activists during RHA at Delhi
Demands also made for imposing ban on film for defaming Naga Sadhus and for taking stringent action against fanatic butchers
New Delhi : Advocate Sanjiv Punalekar, national Secretary of ‘Hindu Vidhidnya Parishad (HVP)’ exposed in Court, directionless investigations conducted by investigating agencies in murder cases of Dr. Dabholkar and Comrade Pansare; thus revealing investigating agencies’ incompetency; therefore, advocate Punalekar and Shri. Vikram Bhave, RTI activist was illegally arrested by CBI (Central Bureau of Investigations). Advocate Punalekar has helped several innocent devout Hindu activists, exploited class in society, aggrieved police staff members, reporters, Saints etc. His implication is therefore, most suspicious in the background of his activities. Advocate Punalekar has been granted bail; however, justice would be done to him only when CBI didn’t withdraw all accusations against him; therefore, CBI should immediately withdraw all accusations against him, was the demand made during demonstrations staged at ‘Jantar-Mantar’ on 7th July under aegis of ‘Rashtriya Hindu Andolan (RHA)’. Many devout Hindu activists participated in demonstrations.
Impose ban on film ‘Laal Kaptaan’ for distorting image of Naga Sadhus !
In the forthcoming film titled ‘Laal Kaptaan’, there is perverted portrayal of Naga sadhus. Naga sadhus have special place in Hindu culture. Adi Shankaracharya had created an army of Naga sadhus for protection of Hindu Dharma. Various kings had taken help of Naga sadhus for fighting wars. Still, an attempt has been made to misrepresent Naga sadhus through the medium of this film; therefore, ban should be immediately imposed on the film ‘Laal Kaptaan’ was another demand made during the demonstrations.
Stringent action should be taken on fanatics for attacking ‘Gorakshaks’ !
Fanatic butchers recently brutally attacked ‘Gorakshaks’ viz. Shri. Chetan Sharma (Badlapur, Thane, Maharashtra), Shri. Vikas Gomsale and Shri. Mayur Vibhandik (Dhule, Maharashtra). Action should therefore, be taken against fanatic assailants, law banning cow-slaughter should be made applicable all-over India, was also the demand made during demonstrations.