Mumbai – On 10th March, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) took around an ambulance in western suburbs of Mumbai such as Kandivali, Gorai, Charkop so also at Bhandup (East) and Bhandup (west). Panchamukhi Seva Sansthan of Bhandup had made available this ambulance for HJS drive. Shri. Rajesh Golapkar, Chief-PR of BJP’s Konkan Vikas Aghadi, Shri. Ramesh Ghatkar of Sanatan Sanstha, Shri. Govind Dalvi of HJS and Sou. Vanita Dhumal, a nurse, besides other activists, were present on the occasion.
Dr. (Sou.) Prachi Modak, Sanatan Sanstha’s Shri. Bhushan Devrukhkar and Shri. Devidas Devale of HJS participated in this drive at Mumbai, west.
1. Use of natural colours and celebrating Dhuli-vandan in ideal manner is the appropriate way to celebrate Holi festival. It is very sad to see that people play with chemical colours for Holi. Despite fear of Corona virus, you are taking around this ambulance for providing first-aid to people shows that there are still good people in this country. – Anita Shingare and Vishnu Kangane, police constables on duty
2. Police on duty at Nahur were given first-aid treatment under this drive.
Feedback from people
1. Several Muslims have united and are fighting at Shaheen Baug against the Union Government claiming that their religion was in danger; but Hindus don’t come together despite facing many attacks on Hindu Dharma which is quite sad. It was good to see HJS activists taking around ambulance for providing first-aid to people. – Shri. Avinash Veer, Konkan Nagar, Bhandup
2. We young men and women are engrossed in our own world and are playing Holi consuming liquor. You are, however, going around in the interest of society; leaving your own work and I feel ashamed of not doing anything like what you are doing. – Shri. Prashant Dalvi, Bhandup