‘Regional Hindu Rashtra Convention’ organised by HJS at Jalgaon

lighting lamp (from right) Sadguru Nandkumar Jadhav, Sunil Ghanavat, advocate Sushil Atre and participating devout Hindus

Jalgaon : ‘Brahma-Tej’ and ‘Kshatra-Tej’ both are required for establishing Hindu Rashtra and its best example is Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj! As guided by Samartha Ramdas Swami, Chhatrapati established ‘Hindavi Swarajya’ by bringing together all ‘mawlas’. Also, such a movement can be successful only with God’s grace. Spiritual practice should, therefore, be given due importance and everyone should take part in the mission of establishing a Hindu Nation, stated Sadguru Nandkumar Jadhav when he inaugurated the ‘regional Hindu Rashtra Convention’ recently organised by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS).

Dharmapremis attending the convention

The Convention was inaugurated by Sanatan’s ‘Dharmapracharak’ Sadguru Nandkumar Jadhav by lighting a lamp. Advocate Sushil Atre and Mr Sunil Ghanavat, the State coordinator of HJS for Maharashtra and Chhattisgarh shared the dais with him. The dignitaries spoke on various topics and the participants also expressed their views at the end. Several devout Hindu activists from Jalgaon, Dhule, and Nandurbar had participated in the Convention.

Devout Hindu activists taking part in the group discussions

If laws are not acceptable, they should be quashed through the government machineries! – Advocate Sushil Atre, Jalgaon

Hindu Dharma is not based on a single holy scripture and it is an all-encompassing universal principle. The non-Hindus feel love and respect for their holy scriptures, but Hindus don’t seem to have such love and respect for their scriptures. The elected representatives are experts in showing off their fake secularism. The Central Government had to withdraw the 3 agriculture bills due to people’s opposition. Breach of law is a weapon that has to be used in the right place and against the proper persons. If laws are not acceptable, they should be quashed through the authorised machinery.

Protection and preservation of forts are necessary! – Dr Abhay Ravate, Yaval

Hindus seem to be indifferent toward their heritage of forts. The historical Raje Nimbalkar Fort at Yaval is in a most dilapidated condition, but a few volunteers did a cleaning of this fort. In February 2022, ‘Shiva-Jayanti’ was celebrated for the first time on this fort. A drive under the title ‘One day for Maharaj’ was undertaken and many volunteers took part in it, trying to mend the condition of the fort. The old and new photos of this fort were posted on social media which helped people to understand its importance.

Protection of cows is the duty of every Hindu! – Yogesh Patil, ‘Gourakshak’, Erandol, Jalgaon

Every one of us needs to serve the cow and protect her since even Shrikrushna had served the cows. The cow is useful in many ways for a human being. There were 90 crore cattle in India which has come down to 8 crores. There were 310 slaughter-houses before independence and now, there are 3600 slaughter-houses.

‘Halal-jihad’ is an impending threat !  – Sunil Ghanavat, State-coordinator of HJS, Maharashtra, and Chhattisgarh

‘Halal’ is an Arabic word and means legal under Islam! The demand for ‘halal’, earlier referred only to meat, has now been extended to many other products such as cosmetics, medicines, hospitals, housing societies, malls, etc. including vegetarian food items. ‘Halal’ certification has been made mandatory by Islamic organisations. In secular India, why should there be a compulsion on obtaining halal certification from a private organisation even after obtaining a certificate from a government organisation like FSSAI? The Muslim population is only 15% in India, then ‘halal’ certification is being forced on 85% of Hindus? Creating such a parallel economy, based on religion in secular India, is a very serious matter from the point of national security, and not only the Government should immediately stop ‘halal’ certification but the citizens should also boycott ‘halal-certified products.

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