No relation between the Anti Superstitions Bill and Warkari co-ordinating Committee

 Poush Shukla Prathama, Kaliyug Varsha 5113

O, Hindus, establish a Hindu Nation dethroning the ever cheating Congress Government for good !

Chief Minister cheated the Warkaris once again !

Nagpur (Maharashtra) : Making a statement that, passing the Bill tabled at the Legislative Assembly and to establish a co-ordinating Committee of Warkaris with regard to the Bill, are two different things. Passing the Bill tabled at the Legislative Assembly is the responsibility of the Legislative Assembly. The decision will be taken by it. It is a different issue to constitute a committee of Warkaris with regard to this. We will have such a committee soon; but there is no connection between the co-ordinating committee and the process of passing the Bill, Chief Minister Pruthviraj Chavhan once again mislead the Warkari brothers and cheated them by not giving a firm assurance.

(Warkari brethren and other Pro-Hindu organizations are strongly objecting to some of the sections in the Anti Superstitions Bill; the Chief Minister had assured the Warkari delegation during the Monsoon Session of the year 2011 that, the Bill will be amended after studying the objections and it will be tabled only after establishing a co-ordinating Committee of the Warkaris. In reality the Chief Minister deceived the Warkari brothers by putting the anti-Dharma old Bill only on the table on the last day of the session. Now at the time of the Winter Session the Chief Minister again cheating the Warkaris by saying that there was no connection between the Bill and the Co-ordinating Committee. This is simply a lie on the part of the Chief Minister. The Government will pass the Bill in the next Session by deceiving like this. So, O, Hindus, be alert not to allow the Bill which is going to destroy the Hindu faith to be passed ! – Editor SP)

Soon after the Winter Session, the Chief Minister had organised a press conference. When a journalist of HJS had asked a question stating that, the Chief Minister had given an assurance of establishing a co-ordinating Committee comprising Warkaris to make amendments in the Anti Faith Bill in the public meeting held at Bhosri, Pune from the dais; many times similar assurance was also given. Yet why the Chief Minister is not appointing the Committee? During the convention, Warkari brothers had organised a huge rally at Vidhan Bhavan, at that time also Social Law minister of the State, Shivajirao Moghe had assured that they were going to have a Committee of Warkari brothers. While answering the question ‘When exactly is the committee going to be formed?’ the Chief Minister had given the above reply.

The Bill will be passed in the next convention !- Chief Minister

Later another journalist asked, “why was not the ‘Anti-Black magic’ bill passed? Was it any evil eye?” While answering the question the Chief Minister said, “It was planned to pass 20 Bills in all; but not a single one could be passed. Despite this we are definitely going to pass Anti Faith Bill in the next convention.” (Real face of the chief Minister ! It is certain that the double tongued Chief Minister is bound to get the Bill destroying Hindu faith passed by giving evasive answers regarding the Warkaris on one side and taking anti-Dharma role on the other side ! – Editor SP)

Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat

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