HJS holds Hindu Rashtra Jagruti Abhiyan in Assam

Delegates met Shri. Kabindraprasad Sharma the temple priest (Doloi) of the famed Kamakhya temple in Guwahati (Assam)

From left : Shri. Biswanath Kundu, Shri. Kabindraprasad Sharma and Shri. Shambhu Gaware

Guwahati (Assam) : Shri. Shambhu Gaware (Coordinator, HJS, for East and North-East India) met Shri. Kabindraprasad Sharma  the temple priest (Doloi) of the famed Kamakhya temple. Shri. Sharma was appraised of the Eighth All India Convention for Hindu Rashtra and Mandir Sanskriti Raksha program.

Shri. Sharma learned about the activities and praised the work being done by the Samiti. Shri. Biswanath Kundu of the Samiti was also present.

Meeting on Hindu Rashtra Jagruti by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti in Chirang (Assam)

Participation by Hindu Oraon Sanskriti Suraksha Parishad and Hindu Santhal Sanskriti Suraksha Parishad

1. Shri. Jetha Hasada 2. Shri. Ajay Kumar Shah 3. Shri. Shambhu Gaware

Chirang (Assam) : A meeting on the Hindu Rashtra Jagruti was organized here on behalf of the Hindu Janajagruti Samiti. Shri. Shambhu Gaware (Coordinator, HJS, for East and North-East India) addressed the meeting. Devout Hindus like Shri. Ajay Kumar Shah (area President, Hindu Oraon Sanskriti Suraksha Parishad), Shri. Jetha Hasada (President, Hindu Santhal Sanskriti Suraksha Parishad), Shri. Jaideep Patva (Hindu Janajagruti Samiti) among others were present.

Highlights : Hindu Oraon Sanskriti Suraksha Parishad and Hindu Santhal Sanskriti Suraksha Parishad requested that the Samiti conduct Dharmashiksha classes for their members as well as organize various programs.

Meeting on Hindu Rashtra Jagruti convened in Guwahati

Guwahati (Assam) : Hindu Janajagruti Samiti recently convened a meeting on Hindu Rashtra Jagruti here. Shri. Shambhu Gaware (Coordinator, HJS, for East and North-East India) spoke on the present condition of Hindus, the need for a Dharma based Hindu Rashtra and the various programs being implemented by the Samiti. The meeting was attended by devout Hindus from Kamrup and Guwahati. Some devout Hindus who were unable to attend the Gurupurnima celebrations due to the torrential rains were present in the meeting. Shri. Biswanath Kundu and Shri. Yogesh Pandye of the Samiti were also present.

Highlights : A pro-Hindu lawyer was accompanied by two devout Hindus to the meeting. They expressed willingness to conduct such meetings in their towns to spread the word about establishing the Hindu Rashtra.

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