Mute-Protests against Blasphemic play Yadakadachit , earn spontaneous response from spectators!

Hindu Janajagruti Samiti had staged mute protests at Parel, Mumbai against the blasphemic play Yadakadachit on Sunday 09.10.2005 between 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM at the scheduled time of the play. Spectators gave a warm response to these protests, in which atleast 50 Hindu activists had participated. Several spectators spontaneously decided not to see the show and returned back. Policemen guarding the show themselves remarked, "Hindu Religion is victorious ! Many people left the show from the other side." "Cee" TV Channel has recorded the mute protests. Even the workers employed with Damodar hall agreed that Religious scriptures should not be offended in this way.

Feedback :
* One Play writer : Mr. Santosh Pawar has done a very bad thing by using Religion in this way. Because of such cheap and vulgar plays good plays are falling behind. Young generation is also getting misguided by such plays.
* Shri Chandrakant Jathaar , Navy nagar: I am actually a Buddhist but yet I also consider myself to be a Hindu first and am proud of it. I am going back without seeing the play. My father had acted in the play "Gadhavache lagna"(donkey’s marriage)
but it is certainly unwise to act in anti-religious or blasphemic plays.
*Shri Ram Sakpal , fort : I would prefer going back. I had previously seen such blasphemy in the play "Jambul Akhyan" about Draupadi and Karna and felt really bad about it.
*Shri Deepak Panchal : Is Santosh Pawar comparable with Ved Vyasa ? Then why must he write on Mahabharat ? You people take my cell no and launch a forceful campaign. I am always there with you.
*Shri Vaman Bhoir : People of other Religions hold the government responsible for such Religious offence. On the contrary, our people and censor board encourage such blasphemic plays.
*Shri Arun Mane : At Pune, this play was forcibly stopped, similar treatment should be given at remaining places too.
* (One person scared of giving name ) – Even if seeing this play is a sin, yet we will do it. The whole world is sinner. Then why not us ?

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