‘Online’ Hindu Rashtra Jagruti Sabha ignites the spark of establishing the ‘Hindu Rashtra’ among more than 78,000 Hindus !
Establishing the ‘Hindu Rashtra’ is not far off if Hindus unite by overlooking differences in the mission to protect Dharma – Ramesh Shinde, National Spokesperson, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti
‘Due to the special preferences and concessions given to the minorities in India, various types of ‘jihad’ are being created. Hindus are being turned into intolerant by forcing them to forget the history of their oppression. However, the Government should be urged to teach true history without falling victim to this propaganda. Currently, a new parallel economy called ‘Halal Certificate’ has been created, and the money generated from it is being used to commit crimes in India. Therefore, do not buy Halal products. Establishing the ‘Hindu Rashtra’ is not far off if Hindus unite by overlooking differences in the mission to protect Dharma’, said the National Spokesperson of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti, Mr. Ramesh Shinde. He was speaking at Online ‘Hindu Rashtra-Jagruti Sabha’ organised by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti.
Blowing a conch set the beginning of the meeting. After that, Sadguru Nandkumar Jadhav of Sanatan Sanstha lit the auspicious lamp. After the National Spokesperson of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti Ramesh Shinde garlanded the memorial of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, Vedmantras were recited. Then, the dignitaries addressed the meeting online. The meeting was viewed by more than 78,000 people on YouTube Live and Facebook.
Speaking at the meeting, President of Shri Ram Sena Mr. Pramod Mutalik said, ‘Hindu Dharma has never ridiculed any religion. God is one; however, Hindu Dharma teaches that its form is different. Many foreigners invaded India and inflicted many atrocities on Hindus, looted property, destroyed temples, tried to destroy Hindu culture because Hindu society was not organised. Hindus should protect God, the Nation and Dharma by creating radiance of Dharma in themselves so that such a situation does not happen again”.
Guiding at the time, Sadguru Nandkumar Jadhav of Sanatan Sanstha said, ‘Today, the country and religion are passing through a transition phase. The coronavirus era has shown how unscientific was the blind imitation of Western culture, and the whole world adopted the method of greeting each other with folded hands. There is a scientific reason behind our every action, what the Sages and Ascetic say and practice as per Dharma in the scriptures is not the backwardness. Therefore, study Hindu culture from a scientific point of view and practice Dharma with faith. Abiding by Dharma builds inner strength and enables coping with difficult situations”.
On the occasion, the National Working President and Spokesperson of the All India Veershaiva Lingayat Federation, Dr. Vijay Jangam (Swami) said, “It is unfortunate that Hindus need to be made aware of Hindu Dharma. Many sects in Hindu Dharma are demanding to establish their own religion. This is a conspiracy to divide Hindus. It should be realised that Lingayat community is also a part of Hindu Dharma. We Hindus want to decide whether the Nation should progress or become devoid of progeny. Let us resolve for the ‘Hindu Rashtra’ following the ideal of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj’s Swarajya”.
Exercises of self-defence by Dharmaveer and appeals for Dharmacharana by child seekers were demonstrated at this meeting. Flex exhibition on education on Dharma was also shown at this time. At the end of the meeting, resolutions were passed for establishing the ‘Hindu Rashtra’, as well as for various demands of Hindus, which were supported by the audience by giving ‘online feedback’.