Online guidance given to teachers and students of Rajkamal Vidya Mandir, Dhanbad

HJS movement for maintaining the honour of the national flag!

Dhanbad (Jharkhand) – Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) held an online lecture at Rajkamal Vidya Mandir on the topic of ‘Maintain the honour of national flag!’, on 15th August, in the background of Independence Day. The number of teachers and students attending the online program was quite noteworthy. Ms Kanak Bharadwaj of HJS gave an oath to the children about not playing with national flags, not using the tri-colours for full face-masks and clothes and mouth-masks. The Principal of the school S K Mishra extended all the necessary help for organising the program.

Memorandum submitted to Police by HJS

HJS submitted a memorandum at Kataras police station in connection with preventing abuse of the national flags. Mr Kamlesh Singh, the regional ‘Gouraksha-Chief’ of Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP), advocate Sudip Gupta of VHP and HJS activists viz. Surendra Chaudhari, Samarpal Singh, Saraju Keshari, Shravan Agarwal and Deepak Keshari were present on the occasion.

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