Forcing Hindu students to study Bible in convent schools across the country should be prohibited!

Memorandum by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti at Hupari, Kagal and Pethwadgaon

Devout Hindus while submitting the memorandum to Snehlata Kumbhar, Chief Officer of Hupari Municipal Council

Kolhapur : The Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) has submitted memorandums in Hupri, Kagal and Pethwadgaon in Kolhapur district demanding a ban on forcing Hindu students to study the Bible in convent schools across the country.

1. The memorandum was handed over to Snehlata Kumbhar, head of Hupari Municipal Council. Shiv Sena corporator Mrs. Poonam Rajendra Patil, Tararani Aghadi corporator Maya Ravana, Maharashtra Navnirman Sena corporator Shri. Daulat Patil, Councilor Shri. Amar Gajre, Corporator Sandeep Waingade, Shaharpramukh of Maratha Samaj Yuva Aghadi Shri. Tushar Malvekar, Shaharpramukh of Lokkalyan Grahak Sanrakshan Sanstha Shri. Nitin Kakade, Founder-President of Shri Sadguru Sevabhavi Sanstha Shri. Ravindra Gaikwad, devout Hindus Shri. Ganesh Ghorpade, Shri. Sushant Sanadi, Shri. Prasad Desai, Shri. Santosh Sangar were present.

Devout Hindus while submitting the memorandum to Kagal Tehsildar Smt. Shilpa Thokde (left)

2. Shri. Navnath Patil of Shri Shiv Pratishthan Hindustan, Shri. Santosh Jadhav, Shri. Kiran Chavan, Dharmapremi Shri. Kiran Kulkarni, the Samiti’s Shri. Rudrappa Patil and Shri. Santosh Sangar were present.

Devout Hindus while submitting the memorandum to Municipal Officer Patil (center) at Pethwadgaon

3. A memorandum was submitted to Officer Patil in Pethwadgaon Municipality. BJYM President Vikas Kamble, Shri Shiv Pratishthan Hindustan’s Shri. Dhananjay Gondkar, Shri. Sagar Lolge, Shri. Sanket Chowgule, Shri. Rajendra Burud, Shri. Ravindra Mali, Shri. Ranjit Magdum, Shri. Rahul Nakate, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti’s Sou. Manisha Jagtap, as well as Shri. Santosh Sangar was present.

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