Hindu Rashtra-jagruti Andolan by Hindu organisations in Pune against ‘Maharashtra Pollution Control Board’
Pune : The Municipality shows that they accept donated idols of Shri Ganesh. Those idols are taken to a defunct mine and disposed off using some mechanical means. This causes denigration to Shri Ganesh idols. Maharashtra Pollution Control Board appears to be biased against Hindu festivals. Henceforth Hindus will not tolerate this, asserted lawyer Neelesh Nidhalkar. A ‘Hindu Rashtra-jagruti Andolan’ was held on 20th August against this bias on behalf of all devout Hindu organisations in Pune. Mr Neelesh was speaking on this occasion.
प्रदूषण का कारण देकर ‘महाराष्ट्र प्रदूषण नियंत्रण मंडल’ द्वारा केवल हिन्दुओं के त्योहारों को लक्ष्य करना तथा राष्ट्रद्वेषी संगठन #PFI पर प्रतिबंध लगाना, इन मांगों को लेकर पुणे में हिन्दुत्वनिष्ठ संगठनों का हिन्दू राष्ट्र जागृति आंदोलन ! pic.twitter.com/azVeVDeih0
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Advocate Sanjay Sawant (President, Pune District Advocates Forum), Advocate Seema Salunke, Mr Rushikesh Kamthe of Shri Shivpratishthan Hindustan, Mr Pramod Bagul of Raja Shivchhatrapati Parivar Durgasamvardhan, Maharashtra, Mr Parag Gokhale of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) and Mr Chaitanya Tagde of Sanatan Sanstha addressed the protestors.
Essential for all Hindus to unite and put up opposition – Seema Salunke, devout Hindu lawyer
Devout Hindu lawyer Seema Salunke said that, PFI, the terrorist organisation is being funded by other Islamic nations, Hindus are being converted, this needs to end. Otherwise we may be victims of that. Hence all Hindus need to unite to oppose all these activities. It is essential to ban the PFI.
Hindu festivals are being targeted – Rushikesh Kamthe, Shri Shivpratishthan Hindustan
70 devout Hindus and patriots participated in the Andolan. Demands like suspending all the associated officers of the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board, setting up of an NIA inquiry into the killing of Hindus across the country, as well as death penalty to the guilty, were raised. Mr Parag Gokhale informed that the representations of the demands would be given to the Central Home Minister and Chief Minister through the District Collector.