‘Government will be thrown out like ‘Dow’ if anti-superstitions Bill is passed !’

Ashadh Krushna 8, Kaliyug Varsha 5114

Warning by pro-Hindu organizations in a press conference held at Pune

From Left : Mr. Vidyadhar Nargolkar; Mr. Uttam Dandime;
H.B.P. Mohan Shinde Maharaj; Mr. Sudhir Tavare; Mr. Sunil Ghanavat; Mr. Rambhau Parikh; Mr. Vilas Dixit

Pune (Maharashtra) : The Chief Minister, who promised that anti-superstitions Act would not be passed without taking Warakaris into confidence;has now changed his standpoint. This is our betrayal. If this Act is passed, the Government will be thrown out like ‘Dow’ company, warned H.B.P. Mohan Shinde, the Vice President of Maharashtra State Warakari Mahamandal’. He was speaking in the press conference held by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) at ‘Patrakar Bhavan’. Mr. Rambhau Parikh of Shiv Sena, Mr. Vilas Dixit, National Vice President of ‘Hindustan Nirman Dal’, Mr. Vidyadhar Nargolkar of Swatantryaveer Savarkar Smruti Pratishthan, Mr. Prakashbhau Kanoj of Sreeyoga Vedanta Samiti, Mr. Uttam Dandime of ‘Hindu Swabhiman Pratishthan’ and Mr. Sunil Ghanavat and Sudhir Tavare of HJS were present on the occasion. 

Conduct inquiry of malpractices by ANS ! – Mr. Vidyadhar Nargolkar

The Government should not play with religious sentiments of Hindus under the name of superstitions. Why the Government is not conducting inquiry of Andha-shraddha Nirmulan Samiti (ANS), which presented concept of the proposed Act, for misappropriation of funds? asked Mr. Nargolkar.

Govt’s double standard ! – Mr. Uttam Dandime

Mr. Dandime said that while making Acts related to Dharma, why a person having proper knowledge of Dharma was not included in the Committee. How can persons not believing in God and Dharma can come together and make such Act? On one hand, performing ‘puja’ of Lord Vitthal and on the other hand, talking about passing anti-superstitions Act is double standard tactic of the Government.

Source : Daily Sanatan Prabhat

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