The 9th All India Hindu Rashtra Convention will be held ‘Online’ !

India has seen many positive changes such as abrogation of Article 370 to facilitate the rehabilitation of Kashmiri Hindus, Citizenship Amendment Act, the historic verdict by the Supreme Court favouring Shriram Temple and the groundbreaking ceremony of proposed Ram Temple being held on 5th August; all these after PM Modi led government was voted to power for a second time. Of these, the ‘Citizenship Amendment Act’ is an outcome of the ‘All India Hindu Rashtra Convention’. A resolution to this effect was passed in the Convention held in 2014.

A decision not to implement CAA in the States ruled by secular parties and victimised Hindus not being able to get justice in a Hindu-majority nation is a failure of humanity as well as Democracy. Hindus are poised to be in minority in India by 2061 if the population figures of the 2011 census maintain their trend. With this in mind, for Hindus to get their just rights, India should be declared a ‘Hindu Rashtra’. The National Guide of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti, Sadguru (Dr) Charudatta Pingale informed the members of the press via an online press conference, that the 9th All India Hindu Rashtra Convention has been organised with the idea of presenting this pressing demand.

Sadguru (Dr) Charudatta Pingale further said, “This Convention will be held ‘Online’ from 30th July to 2nd August and 6th to 9th August 2020 between 6.30 p.m. and 8.30 p.m. Hindu leaders, activists of several devout Hindu organisations from India and abroad, advocates, thinkers, editors, businessmen, etc. will be participating in large numbers in the 9th All India Hindu Rashtra Convention.”

The National spokesperson of HJS Shri. Ramesh Shinde spoke about the Convention and said, “The Conventions which have been held in Goa for the last 8 years have received tremendous response. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Convention needs to be held online this year”. While speaking about the present state of affairs, he said “some pseudo-secular people are creating obstacles in the groundbreaking ceremony for the Shriram Temple in Ayodhya. On the other hand, a situation exists in Pakistan which prevents the erection of even a single temple. The people in Pakistan say Pakistan has no place for temples; whereas, the number of mosques is on the rise in Hindu-majority India. Therefore, at least now, it is essential to declare India as the Hindu Rashtra (Nation). This Convention will delve into the contribution of Hindu organisations and sects in the interests of the Nation and Dharma, finalisation of Common Action Programme and passing resolutions in interests of Hindus”. 

The National spokesperson of Sanatan Sanstha Shri. Chetan Rajhans said, “In view of ensuing adverse times, devout Hindus will have to develop various skills to assist Hindus. To impart the training on this aspect, the ‘Hindu Rashtra Organisers’ Convention’ has been organised from 13th to 16th August 2020”.

The organisers also said that the Convention will be open to all. Those interested may view the sessions on the links given below. The Samiti has appealed to everyone to benefit from this Convention.

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