Halal certification is a kind of economic jihad and should be crushed: Vidyadhar Joshi, HJS

Shri. Vidyadhar Joshi, HJS

Nagpur: Halal certification is a parallel economy being created against Indian economy. The money collected through such certification is utilised for anti-national activities which is creating danger for security of this country. This certification is now not limited to just eatables or for private companies but it has entered even the fields like medicines, cosmetics, and other products; so also, hotels, railway, and air transport services. This conspiracy started in India through halal certification should be quashed if Hindus and the country is to be protected, stated Vidyadhar Joshi of HJS while addressing a program organised by ‘Akhil Vishwa Sarayuparin Brahman Mahasabha’, Nagpur on the occasion of ‘Holi Milan Samaroh’ at Jawahar hostel on the 27th of March 2022.

‘Vedacharya Moreshwar Ghaisas Guruji from Pune, ‘Ayurvedacharya’ Govindrao Upadhyay from Goa and assistant Labour Commissioner Ashutosh Pandeya from Nagpur were some of the dignitaries attending this program; besides, Ramnarayan Mishra, the international President of ‘Mahasabha’, Premshankar Chaube, its executive President, Omprakash Mishra, its ‘Mahamantri’, and Ajay Tripathi, its treasurer. ‘Vedacharya’ Moreshwar Ghaisas Guruji spoke about the conspiracy of religious fanatics and leftists to target brahmins, keep them away from other people and destroy them.

The memento presented to Vidyadhar Joshi on behalf of ‘Brahman Mahasabha’

The program was started with a music recital by Mr Somnathji Mishra, the internationally acclaimed singer and Mrs Sandhya Somnathji Mishra, the renowned Bhojpuri music singer. The program was conducted by Mrs Shweta Shukla Shelgaonkar and was attended by more than its 600 members.

The Letter of Honour given to Vidyadhar Joshi on behalf of ‘Brahman Mahasabha’

Highlights

1. All dignitaries were presented mementos and Letters of Honour by ‘Brahman Mahasabha’

2. Vidyadhar Joshi was conferred ‘Samaj-Ratna’ award for his work about creating awareness amongst people o various issues and preservation of culture.

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