Shrirampur : Representations were submitted on behalf of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) to Tehasildar Shri. Telore; so also at 2 colleges; and 3 schools at Shirur and at the office of ‘Gram-panchayat’, creating awareness towards issue of maintaining honour of national flags.
HJS activities commended by DSP at Sambhajinagar
Sambhajinagar : District Collector Shri. Uday Chaudhari was submitted representation by HJS. He was explained the drive undertaken by HJS for maintaining honour of national flags. He liked and commended the drive undertaken by HJS. District Police superintendent (DSP) Sou. Meena Makwana was given such representation by women from Dharmashikshan classes conducted by HJS who had spontaneously joined the drive. DSP Makwana said, “Participation of large number of women in the mission of ‘Rashtra-jagruti’ is quite commendable and I am proud of it.”
Women from ‘Dharmashikshan’ class submitted representation to Headmasters of 24 schools in Sambhajinagar and Bajajnagar areas. They received good response and cooperation from schools. Similar representations were also submitted at 23 schools from rural areas of Chitte Pimplegaon, Gokulwadi, Laygaon, Khodegaon, Pimpalgaon Pandhari, Adul, Rajapur, Gharegaon and Apatgaon while explaining about the drive to them.