Memorandum by devout Hindu activists to administration related to ‘Vithai’ bus

Stop the desecration of Shri Vitthal taking place through the pictures displayed on ‘Vithai’ bus ! – Memorandum by devout Hindu activists to district administration

Tehsildar Anant Gurav (on left) receiving the memorandum from devout Hindu activists

Kolhapur : ‘Vithai’ bus service was introduced by the Maharashtra State Transport Corporation during the regime of Shiv Sena-BJP coalition Government in the State and the service was later extended all over the State. The bus service that was started in the name of ‘Shri Vithumauli’ was quite commendable and the Government maintained the honour of ‘Warakaris’ faith. It has, however, been observed that on some of these ‘Vitahi’ buses, a lot of dust has gathered and there are stains of spitting and mud on the picture of Shri Vitthal displayed on these buses. It is a kind of desecration of Shri Vitthal and it should be immediately stopped by removing the pictures displayed on the buses. A memorandum to this effect was submitted by local devout Hindu activists to the district administration. The memorandum addressed to the State Transport Minister Anil Parab was received by Tehsildar Anant Gurav on his behalf.

Shri. Sambhajirao Bhokare, Dy. District Chief of Shiv Sena, Shri. Raju Yadav, Karveer Taluka-Chief of Shiv Sena, Shri. Kishore Ghatge, its member; Shri. Manohar Sorap, the District-President of ‘Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahsabha’, Shri. Nandu Ghorpade; besides Shri. Shivanada Swami of Hindu Janajgruti Samiti was present on the occasion.

Pass a law for maintaining control and balance on population and implement Common Civil Code in the country !

For many years, various factions have been constantly demanding the law of the Common Civil Code. It has been stated by Delhi High Court during the hearing of a case that the country truly needs the Common Civil Code now and the Government should make necessary efforts in this regard. The young generation of this country has been facing several problems in this modern times; therefore, the Common Civil Code is essential. In Article 44 of the Indian Constitution, a reference was made to the implementation of the Common Civil Code and now is the time to do it. A memorandum was also submitted on the occasion, addressed to the Prime Minister demanding immediate implementation of the law for controlling and maintaining balance in population which should be made applicable to all citizens, irrespective of their religion.

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