HJS activists from Sambhajinagar, Jalna and Ambad congratulate Modi Govt.

Municipal councilor Sou. Keerti Mahendra Shinde ringing bell at Shri Khadakeshwar ( Mahadev) Mandir and other devotees

Sambhajinagar : BJP Government at Centre took a historic decision for removal of Article 370 and 35-A applicable to Jammu and Kashmir. Patriotic citizens and various pro-Hindu organizations had made demand at different levels for such removal of Article 370. Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) congratulated Union Government and expressed its joy by raising slogans.

1. Government’s decision was welcomed by ringing bells at Shri Khadakeshwar Mandir in Sambhajinagar. Sou. Keerti Mahendra Shinde, Shiv Sena’s municipal councilor rang bell in the temple. 35 devout Hindus were present on the occasion.

2. Bell-ringing drive was also undertaken at Shri Rameshwar Mahadev Mandir and Shri Siddhivinayak Mandir where 25 devout Hindus were present respectively, in both the temples.

3. Women and men attending ‘Dharmashikshan’ classes also rang bell at Ganapati Mandir in Bajajnagar (Sambhajinagar). 21 devout Hindus were present on the occasion.

Jalna

Slogans were raised and Government was congratulated after ‘aarti’ while prayers were made at Shri Someshwar Mandir for establishing Hindu Rashtra by the Government. 21 devout Hindus were present on the occasion.

Ambad

Bells were rung at Shri Swami Samarth Mandir when BJP’s young leader Ram Shelake, General Secretary Gajanan Umbale, Shri. Santosh Kharat and Professor Santosh Tade were present, along with other devout Hindu activists.

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