HJS starts ‘Dev-bhoomi Raksha’ movement at Uttarakhand for flood relief work

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Hindu Janajagruti Samiti, Samarth and activists of other Hindu organisations are actively involved in relief work at Uttarakhand after the devastating flash floods that destroyed many villages and towns. HJS has started relief work with Hindu organisation under the name of 'Dev-bhoomi Raksha Abhiyan' and from last many days the work is going on. Following are some of the photos of the relief work by activists of HJS and others.

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‘Dev-bhoomi Raksha’ movement started at Uttarakhand

July 17, 2013

Joint efforts of pro-Hindu organizations in India ! – Shri. Vinay Panwalkar (Hindu Janajagruti Samiti’s Coordinator for North India), Rhushikesh

We are presently at ‘Paramartha Niketan Ashram’ in Rhushikesh. This ashram is run with the inspiration of H.H. Chidananda Muni. Swami Narayan Ashram has sent aid including grains, medicines and other things in 16 trucks for the flood affected people of Uttarakhand.  All this material is stored at Paramartha Niketan Ashram and the local activists are running two centers for the help of aggrieved people in two villages at twenty kilometers distance. We, as representatives of pro-Hindu organizations from all over India, are learning for last two days about how to run such disaster management centers. We have so far learnt about how to keep record of things received and sent out, how to take care of food items so that they are not spoilt and how to extend help by going to villages.

Under the ‘Dev-boom Raksha’ movement, we, representatives of pro-Hindu organizations have been given the responsibility of Chamoli village i.e. to help the calamity-stricken people. On 13th July, we left for this place which is on a peak of mountain. Here, we will be setting up the aid centre and start our work. Under the ‘Dev-bhoomi Raksha’ movement, second group of ten persons of representatives of pro-Hindu organizations from all over India, will be reaching Uttarakhand on 17th July. That group will take over the assistance work.

Paramartha Niketan Ashram from Rhushikesh has not only made provision of lodging and boarding of the representatives of pro-Hindu organizations; but also made available a room to be used as office and a computer and we offer immense gratitude for the same.

HJS submits representation to Karnataka Government demanding immediate rehabilitation of flood-affected Hindus from Uttarakhand !

Chikkmangaluru : Deluge striking Uttarakhand should be declared as national calamity and affected Hindus should be immediately rehabilitated, the sanctity of the place should be maintained and anti-nature projects should be stopped to save ‘Deva-bhoomi (land of Gods)’ –Uttarakhand. A representation with the above demands was submitted by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) to the State Government through the medium of District Collector. The District Collector of Chikkamangaluru has given a reply in writing that the representation has been forwarded to the Government for necessary action. The reply was sent to Shri. Mohan Gauda, the State spokesperson of HJS.

Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat

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