North Maharashtra-level Regional Hindu Rashtra Convention concluded at Dhule

Dhule : Two-day North Maharashtra regional Hindu Rashtra Convention was held on 11th and 12th January which was concluded here. Devout Hindus, office bearers of various pro-Hindu organizations temple-trustees and their members from Jalgaon, Dhule, Nandurbar, Malegaon and Nashik attended the Convention.

Participating devout Hindu activists felt sure that Hindu Rashtra would be established before 2023 if such demand was made with the Government

On the second day of the Convention, a debate was held on the topic ‘Establishment of Hindu Rashtra – Constitutional or un-Constitutional?’ The following discussions were held.  

Many amendments have been carried out in laws pertaining to Hindus; but the Government doesn’t have guts to interfere in religious matters of non-Hindus. During the period of emergency imposed in 1976, Constitution was amended for 42nd time and two words viz. ‘Social and secular’ were added. Now words ‘Hindu Rashtra’ should be added by another amendment was the unanimous demand made during the discussions. There is separate judicial system in this country, still there is demand for ‘Shariat Law’. The way, Shri. Anna Hazare, a senior social worker forced the then Government to pass ‘Janalokpal’ Bill against corruption, Hindu Rashtra would be established even before 2023 if such demand was made with the present Government, was the confidence expressed by participants.

Highlights

1. The subject reached more than 15000 people through the medium of ‘Facebook live’.

2. A devout Hindu from London could avail benefit of this Convention.

3. All devout Hindus participating in the Convention felt that they were part of one family.

4. Many devout Hindu activists were overwhelmed with feelings during the concluding session of this Convention.

Participating organizations

RSS, VHP, Bajarang Dal, Shiv Sena, BJP, Shriramnavami Janmotsav Samiti, Janabhoomi Foundation, Samrat Mitra-Mandal, Mangalgrah Nyas Mandir, Shri Ekveera devi Mandir, Shri Bhole Baba Parivar, Shriram Mitra Mandal, Hindu Ekata Andolan, Suvarnkar Samaj, Yoga Vedanta Seva Samiti; besides many advocates and businessmen participated in the Convention.

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