Assertively tell the people’s representatives that ‘we will vote only for those who work for Hindu Rashtra’! – Shri. Rajiv Shah, Chairman, Cyber Sipahi, Bhagyanagar, Telangana
Ramanathi (Goa) June 18 (Corr.) – All kinds of job opportunities are going out of the hands of Hindus. Hindu fruit sellers are not seen in many places today. We have launched the ‘H2H’ campaign to change this situation and we are having great success. This has created awareness among more and more Hindus about the business sector and they are turning to trade. Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj received guidance from Saint Ramdas Swami; However, the present people’s representatives do not take the guidance of any of the Saints. Real development is possible only with the guidance of Saints and Mahatmas. The people’s representatives should be told emphatically, ‘We will vote only for those who will work for the Hindu Rashtra’, asserted the Chairman of Cyber Sipahi, Shri. Rajiv Shah.
He was speaking at the 10th Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Rashtra Adhiveshan in Ramnathi (Goa) on 17th June. Dr Suraj Kanekar, the President of Surajya Sangram Sanghatana, Dr Uday Deshmukh, Co-Founder of ‘Samarth Bharat’ Association of Goa, Shri. Raghavendra DS, Founder-president of the Swarnabhumi Goshala, Bengaluru (Karnataka), Shri. Yogesh Agrawal, Founder of ‘Hindu Dharmasena’ Jabalpur (Madhya Pradesh), Shri. Vinod Yadav, Founder of ‘Dharmarakshak’ Association in Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh) were present.
If more and more Hindus enter the business world, it is possible to bring restrictions on ‘fruit jihad’! – Dr. Suraj Kanekar, Chairman, Surajya Sangram Sangathan, Goa
Despite many benefits to society from indigenous cattle, they are being systematically sidelined from the life of Hindus. Although I am an ‘Allopathy Doctor’ myself, while studying it, I realized that ‘Allopathy is just a financial racket.’ If you want to keep yourself healthy, you need to take up yoga. To provide indigenous products to the people, we started a shop and also started a business supplying 2.25 lakh litres of Gir cows milk. If more and more Hindus enter the business world, ‘fruit jihad’ can be restricted.
We are determined to create an economy that enables Hindus financially! – Dr. Uday Deshmukh, Co-Founder, Samarth Bharat, Goa
During the covid19 pandemic, we came to know that there were shops run by people of other religions selling fruits and vegetables at every corner in Goa. The shops were run by people who had never been seen in the area before. As a result, money goes into the pockets of other religions. To prevent this, during the pandemic period, we also started a movement called ‘Samarth Bharat’. In the second wave of pandemic, we also started 44 stalls (distribution rooms) of ‘Samarth Bharat’ in Goa. This provided an alternative for Hindus who used to purchase stuff from others. We buy fruits and vegetables directly from farmers and sell them to consumers. All of them are Hindus. At least some of the money received by Hindus will be used for national work. If anyone wants to start a stall like this in their village or city, Samarth Bharat will help them, appealed Dr. Uday Deshmukh, the co-founder of Samarth Bharat. He was speaking on the topic ‘Answer to Fruit Jihad: Generating Employment for Hindu Youth’.
Every Hindu should take an oath to protect cows! – Shri. Raghavendra DS, Founding Chairman, Swarnabhumi Goshala, Bengaluru, Karnataka
Speaking on the topic of ‘Gorakshan i.e. Cow Based Economy’, Shri. Raghavendra D.S. said that he has set up a Goshala in which he rears 400 indigenous cows. I have no bungalow and no money, but I have 400 cows. I am thinking of rearing 1000 cows. Cows should be reared in large numbers in India. If we do not keep cows, then this creation will not survive. Every Hindu should keep one cow. Do not send cows to the slaughterhouse. Make a resolve to rear cows. Gomutra and gomay can be used to prepare many products. Instead of drinking milk from foreign cows, we should drink the milk of our indigenous cows every day. It is nutritious. If cow dung is used as fuel daily, there will be no need to import fuel from abroad. It can save a lot of money. The country had 704 crore cows during the time of independence. Now there are only 15 crore cows left in the country. Cows can make society disease-free. The government provides a grant for rearing native cows. Shri Mahalakshmi and other Deities reside in the cow. Therefore, every Hindu should take an oath to protect cows.
Experienced that God removes obstacles in the work of Hindutva! – Shri. Yogesh Agrawal, Founder, Hindu Dharmasena, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh
In Jabalpur, I organize programmes to raise awareness about love jihad and conversion. These programmes are getting a huge response from devotees. While we are working for Hindutva, God is removing the obstacles in our work. I have experienced this. It was raining on the day BJP MLA from Bhagyanagar (Telangana) T Raja Singh’s meeting was held at Jabalpur. The electricity was gone too; only after we prayed to God, the obstacles in our work were removed and the meeting progressed smoothly.
Only by imparting Dharma education to Hindu girls, it is possible to stop ‘Love Jihad’! – Shri. Vinod Yadav, Founder, Dharmarakshak, Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh)
While terrorism, militancy, corruption, robberies, etc. are on the rise in the country, it is the misfortune of Hindus that the police are keeping an eye on the activities of Hindu organizations. Hindus are being converted in Bhopal by spreading false information about Hindu Deities. We are creating awareness among Hindus through public awareness meetings. For the creation of Hindu Rashtra, everyone has to create Dharmikta in themselves. In Madhya Pradesh, the number of Muslims has almost equalled that of Hindus. Large numbers of girls and women from poor households in Madhya Pradesh are falling prey to ‘love jihad’. Only by imparting Dharma education to Hindu girls can ‘Love Jihad’ be stopped in a real sense.