Shri Shivapratishthan Hindustan’s ‘Dharkari’ decides to stop selling products with ‘Halal’ mark

Hindus need to be alert and should foil, at every place, attempts of financial ‘jihad’ carried out through ‘Halal’ products !

Kagal (Kolhapur) : Shri. Dasharath Wagharalkar, a ‘Dharkari’ of ‘Shri Shivapratishthan Hindustan’ sells cold drinks and bakery products in the industrial colony of Kagal. Shri. Wagharalkar learnt from Shri. Yuvaraj Mane, a devout Hindu activist about products with ‘Halal’ certificate. He, therefore, checked the stock with him and found ‘Halal’ mark on one product viz. Bansiram’s ‘Crunchips’. He called up the dealer of the above product and informed him that he would not be selling the product henceforth and he would be returning the stock he had to the dealer. Shri. Wagharalkar called up his friend in the same business and advised him not to sell such products. (Congratulations to Shri. Yuvaraj Mane for passing on the information on products with ‘Halal’ certification and to Shri. Wagharalkar who immediately decided not to sell the product on getting such information ! – Editor, Dainik Sanatan Prabhat)     

The detailed news is –

1. Shri. Yuvaraj Mane, a devout Hindu activist participates in all drives undertaken by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS). On 27th January 2020, he attended Hindu Rashtra-jagruti Sabha (sabha) held at Nanganagur (Dist. Belgaum) where he learnt about how India is moving towards ‘Islamization’ through sale of products with ‘Halal’ certification. He also got to read an article on the subject published in ‘Dainik Sanatan Prabhat’.

2. Shri. Yuvaraj Mane passed on the information to his friend, Shri. Dasharath Wagharalkar, on meeting him who sells cold drinks and bakery products in Kagal industrial colony. On getting this information, Shri. Wagharalkar immediately checked all products in his stock and found ‘Halal’ mark on Bansiram’s chips packets.

3. Shri. Dasharath Wagharalkar called the dealer from whom he gets that product and asked him to take the stock back. He also called up his friend in same business and advised him not to sell such products.

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