Ratnagiri : HJS submits memorandum to Police, Administration, Schools and Colleges to curb the social menace of Valentine’s Day!

Need to curb the social menace of Valentine’s Day!

Ratnagiri: The Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS), through a memorandum issues to the police, administration, schools and colleges, has demanded that this new social menace of Valentine’s Day should be curbed to ned the malpractices that occur on account of celebrating this ‘day’.

The memorandum states that over the last few years, it has been the custom to celebrate February 14 as Valentine’s Day in India. Today’s young generation is being dragged into the abyss of hedonism and immorality due to this perverted concept of love in India all as a part of marketing strategies. Girls are being molested and abused as a display of one-sided love during ‘Valentine’s Day’. This menace should be curbed.

(From Left) Shri. Chandrasekhar Gudekar, Shri. Kailas Vilankar and Shri. Devendra Zapdekar while submitting the memorandum to Deputy Resident Collector Sushant Khandekar

The memorandum was handed over to Deputy Resident Collector Sushant Khandekar and District Superintendent of Police.

Also, Praful Kulkarni, the principal of Gogte-Joglekar College here, Shri. Pramod Shekhar the headmaster of Maratha Mandir A.K. Desai High School, Headmaster of Phatak High School Shri. Kishore Lele, Headmaster of Patwardhan High School Shri. Rajendra Kamble were also presented memos with a view of creating awareness among the students.

While giving these memos, Shri. Kailas Vilankar (President, Shri Kashi Vishweshwar Devasthan Rajivada Ratnagiri), Shri Shiv Pratishthan Hindusthan’s Shri. Devendra Zhapdekar, Shri. Arvind Baraskar (exponent of Shivaji’s Maharaj’s life and times), Shri Chandrasekhar Gudekar of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti, Purushottam Wagle, Dhupkar and Sanjay Joshi were present.

Shri. Sanjay Joshi (left) while presenting the memo to the principal of Gogte-Joglekar College, Prof. Praful Kulkarni

Memorandum submitted by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti –

Memorandum to be given to the Collector
Memorandum to the police

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Memorandum to be given to schools and colleges

 

Memorandum to be given to the Education Officer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Need to be aware of bad practices like ‘Valentine’s Day’! – Principal Praful Kulkarni, Gogte-Joglekar College

After Sanjay Joshi of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti presented a memorandum to Prof. Praful Kulkarni, Principal of Gogte-Joglekar College, Principal Kulkarni said that there should be awareness in the society as well as among the students about bad practices like ‘Valentine’s Day’. Hindu Janajagruti Samiti is doing a good job. Students cannot be addressed collectively as there are currently restrictions during corona infection; however, we will display your memorandum on the notice board.

The Samiti’s memorandum regarding ‘Valentine’s Day’ posted on the notice board of Gogte-Joglekar College (shown by arrow)

When he learned that the Samiti had created a ‘Kranti Gatha Pradarshan’ to inculcate national pride in the younger generation, Principal Kulkarni said, “You can put up flex boards in the college premises to create awareness against the bad practice of Valentine’s Day. The students will learn from it”.

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