Sindhudurg : Active participation by patriots and Dharmik people in the movement against ‘Halal Certification’

Sindhudurg : The ‘Halal Certification’ is a global conspiracy to create a parallel economy in the country by interfering in trade and the Indian economy. Manoj Khadye (HJS Outreach coordinator for Gujarat, Western Maharashtra and Konkan Division) is conducting awareness programs at various places in Sindhudurg district on ‘Dangers of Halal Certification System to Indian Economy, and the Role of Hindus’. This information has prompted Hindus working at various levels like traders, businessmen, office bearers of political parties, pro-Hindus etc. in the district to become alert. As a result they are actively working for the ouster of the ‘Halal Certification’ system. This has shown that if Hindus are made aware of their plight in a proper manner, then they too set aside their status, party affiliations, organizational differences etc. and come forth to work for the protection of Hindu Dharma and Rashtra.

Awareness programs for businessmen were held at Vengurla, Malvan and Kudal. In Malvan, Devgad, Kudal and other places, traders, businessmen and various organizations submitted petitions to the government against the ‘Halal Certification’ system. A press conference was held at Kankavali. Shri. Manoj Khadye provided information on the ‘halal system’ by answering questions like What is a ‘halal certificate’? What is its impact on the Indian economy? How halal economy is entrenched not only in vegetarian food, but cosmetics, medicines, hospitals, housing complexes etc.

Awareness programs for devout Hindus and businessmen at Malvan

On 2nd December, the a discussion session was held at Late Gangubai Krishnarao Desai Hall for the businessmen of Malvan. 26 people, including devout Hindus and businessmen, participated.

Devout Hindus and businessmen in the program

Audience reactions

1. Shri. Dashrath Kawatkar, Owner, Kawatkar Traders – From now on, I will not buy any product with the ‘Halal’ logo , and even if I buy one by mistake, I will return it.

2. Shri. Ravindra Joshi, Vistarak, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, Malvan – The program went very well. It was informative while also creating awareness about the issue. Let’s think about pursuing this. Himalaya is also a company owned by religious fanatics and its products are also halal certified. Let’s boycott it too. Everyone must do this.

3. Advocate Sudarshan Girsagar, Malvan – Hindus should take an aggressive stance against ‘Halal Certification’.

4. Shri. Ratnakar Kolambakar, Malvan – We will try to reach out to all Hindus regarding this issue. Again, we will bring people together in Malvan to raise awareness about this.

Press meet at Kankavali

A press meet was organized at Matoshri Mangal karyalay on 2nd December at Kankavali. Shri. Ajit Sawant (Daily ‘Pudhari’), Shri. Tushar Hazare (Tarun Bharat), Shri. Laxmikant Bhave (Ratnagiri Times), Shri. Digambar Walawalkar (Konkan Now), Shri. Umesh Parab (Apli Sindhudurg Nagari) were present. Shri. Manoj Khadye (of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti) spoke to the reporters about the parallel economic system being run on the basis of ‘Halal Certification’ is endangering the country’s economy and Hindus. DDistrict Coordinator of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti Shri. Sandesh Gawde was present.

Feedback – Shri. Ajit Sawant said, “I am going to educate all my acquaintances about the ‘halal economy’. We can reverse this crisis if we unite to oppose it. ”

Discussion session at Vengurla for traders and devout Hindus!

Vengurla – BShri. Kunal Varaskar, a businessman from Vengurla, and his colleagues had arranged for a talk by Shri. Manoj Khadye on ‘Halal Certification’ at ‘Saidarbar Hall’. This was attended by businessmen, office bearers of various political parties, patriotic citizens and devout Hindus. Shri. Khadye was welcomed by Shri. Dilip Girap, the mayor. Vishwa Hindu Parishad’s Shri. Girish Pathak, Shri. Ashish Padgaonkar, BJP Mahila Morcha District Vice President Advocate Sushma Khanolkar, BJP State Executive Member Shri. Sharad Chavan, BJP District General Secretary Shri. Prasanna alias Balu Desai, BJP Taluka President Shri. Suhas Gawandalkar, traders Shri. Bala Shirsat, Shri. Bhaiya Shirsat, Shri. Milind Shivalkar, businessmen Shri. Bipin Varaskar, Shri. Shivdatta Sawant, Shri. Kunal Varaskar, Shri. Apa Dhond, Shri. Devendra Prajapati, Shri. Sanjay Punalekar, Shri. Ravi Shirsat, Shri. Vicky Azgavkar, Shri. P.K. Kubal, Shri. Pravin Kandalkar of Sanatan Sanstha, Shri. Mahesh Juvalekar, Shri. Sandesh Gawde of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti, Shri. Gopal Juvalekar and others were present. Everyone spontaneously participated in this discussion. The attendees came to a unanimous decision that “This is a serious issue and we will try to raise awareness at our level.”

Shri. Manoj Khadye presenting the ‘Sanatan Panchang 2022’ to Mayor Dilip Girap

Before the discussion, Shri. Manoj Khadye met Vengurla mayor Shri. Dilip Girap, BJP district general secretary Shri. Balu Desai and businessman Shri. Ashish Padgaonkar. Shri. Khadye presented ‘Sanatan Panchang 2022’ to Mayor Girap.

Attending traders, devotees and Hindus

Attendee feedback

1. Shri. Prasanna alias Balu Desai, District General Secretary, BJP – As Hindus, we will always be at the forefront of such campaigns. We won’t think about our status, political affiliations or what someone may think. We will present a memorandu, to the tehsildar about ‘halal certification’.

2. Shri. Dilip Girap, Mayor, Vengurla – The Hindu Janajagruti Samiti helped us understand what ‘halal economy’ is. As Hindus, we have always opposed anti-Hindu acts and will continue to do so. We will support you for the good.

3. Shri. Ashish Padgaonkar, Trader – Today anti-Hindu programs are being shown on various channels. Instead of watching it, you should watch the program ‘Bindas Bol’ running on ‘Sudarshan’ channel.

Businessman from Vengurla Shri. Kunal Varaskar at Kudal had listened to Manoj Khadye’s lecture on ‘Halal Certification’. At that time, he felt that there should be an awareness campaign about this in the Vengurla taluka also. Accordingly, he created a ‘post’ (writing) and shared it, and also contacted some of his colleagues and explained the subject. After that a seminar was organized at Vengurla.

Discussion session for devout Hindus at Pavshi (Kudal)

Kudal – A discussion session on ‘Halal Certification’ was held at Shri Sateri Devi Temple at Pavshi in the taluka. A total of 22 devout Hindus as well as the village Sarpanch Shri. Bhikaji alias Bala Korgaonkar were present.

Opinions expressed by some of those present at the meeting

1. Shri. Pundalik alias Dada Vasudev Tawte, Temple Manager – Hindu Janajagruti Samiti brought this hidden economic war waged by religious fanatics to our notice. We will also try to create awareness in the society! Such meetings should be held in every village.

2. Shri. Vidyadhar Walke, Retired Teacher – We were unaware of this terrible conspiracy. Hindu Janajagruti Samiti made us aware of it. This issue must reach every trader abd businessman.

3. Shri. Prakash Walke, office bearer, Sindhudurg District Chamber of Commerce and Industry : Every trader and citizen must try to understand this issue as soon as possible. I will do my utmost to help the work of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti.

Awareness about the ill effects of halal certificate by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti’s Manoj Khadye’s ‘Sindhudurg Jan Sampark Abhiyan’

Efforts to set up a parallel economy in India through ‘Halal Certificate’ system! – Opinions expressed by traders, businessmen, devout Hindus etc. in Sindhudurg district

Devout Hindus pledge to create awareness

Shri. Manoj Khadye, while speaking during the meeting held at Shri. Mahesh Gawde’s residence
Shri. Manoj Khadye explaining the harmful effects of Halal Certificate to businessmen at Devgad

Reactions expressed by the attendees regarding the issue

1. Shri. Sandeep Talwadekar, Goldsmith – We will present a memorandun on this issue to the Tehsildar on behalf of our organization.

2. Shri. Hridaynath Laxman Gawde and Mrs. Rituja Hridaynath Gawde, Primary Teacher, Kudal – We will educate the parents of the students on this issue.

3. Sou. Chaitrali Avinash Patil, Primary Teacher – We will create awareness in the parents, as well as the women in the women’s wing of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh.

4. Sou. Sheetal Gosavi, Primary Teacher – will educate the parents about this.

5. Shri. Anand Bandivadekar, Kudal – At present, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti is doing excellent work for the nation and Dharma. We are always with you in this work. Let’s try to get more people involved in this task.

6. Dr. Nitin Pawaskar, Kudal – Your work is good. Let’s make a planned effort to reach out to as many people as possible.

7. Shri. Kunal Varaskar, Vengurle – The work of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti is good. I try to unite my pro-Hindu friends for the cause of Dharma.

Active participation of traders from Devgad and Malvan

After Shri. Manoj Khadye’s guidance, the traders from Devgad and Malvan submitted a memorandum to the Central Government seeking the closure of ‘Halal Certificate’ system. The treasurer of Taluka Motor Driver-Owners Association Shri. Sudhir Manjrekar, Secretary of Devgad Taluka Bhandari Samaj Mandal Shri. Sunil Raghunath Birje, President of Jamsunde Traders Association Shri. Rajendra Patil, BJP taluka president Shri. Santosh Kinjwadekar, former Gram Panchayat member of Jamsunde Shri. Madhav Kulkarni, devout Hindus Shri. Satyawan Parab, Shri. Anand Mondkar, Shri. Ashok Karangutkar and Shri. Bhaskar Khadilkar was present. Shri. Rajesh Walanju, Shri. Mohan Patel, Shri. Pankaj Pednekar, Shri. Ashok Otwanekar, Shri. Jagdish Patel, Shri. Dhansukh Patel, Shri. Narasimha Patel and other traders were present at Malvan.

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