Sanatan Sanstha and HJS participate in ABVP’s Convention held in UP

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Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh) : 52nd  Regional convention of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Paishad (ABVP), East Uttar Pradesh was recently held at Nivedita Vidyalay, Mehmurganj. During this convention, exhibition of books published by Sanatan Sanstha was held with books related to imparting of ‘Dharma-shikshan’ to Hindus kept on display and Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) held exhibition on Hindu unification and protection of Hindus (about revolutionaries and Kashmir and oppression of Hindus by Bangladeshi’s devised by FACT) besides displaying ‘flex’ boards on the subject.

Mr.Manojkant (Sahakshetra Sanghatana Mantri) and Mr. Dharmapal (Kshetra Sanghatana Mantri) said while commending activities of HJS, “The activities undertaken by you today for protection of Dharma, are need of the hour. Other pro-Hindu organizations do not undertake such activities.”


ABVP had earlier organized ‘Human chain’ under their movement of ‘Ganga Bachao (Save River Ganga)’ when activists of HJS also took part in the same.

Source : DainikSanatanPrabhat

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