Success : ‘Sex-Tantra Camp’ organized during Navratri cancelled after protest by devout Hindus

The program ‘Sex Tantra Camp’ organized by Satyam Shivam Sundaram Foundation in Pune has been canceled after strong protest by devout Hindus.

Advertisement of this ‘Sex Tantra camp’ was going viral on social media. Many organizations expressed their anger against this camp. Women advocate and activists of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti submitted a representation to Commissioner of Pune demanding ban on the camp and to file case against organizers.

“This perverted camp was named Navratri Special, an insult to Hindus and their deities”, warned Brahmin Mahasangh chief Anand Dave. He had given a letter to the police.

The camp was to be held in Pune from 1st to 3rd October. A fee of 15 thousand rupees was charged for participation in this camp.

Police are trying to reach organizer Ravi Singh from Uttar Pradesh after the protest against the camp.

‘Sex-Tantra Camp’ for distorting Hindu Religion in Navratri festival ?

Hindu Janjagruti Samiti demands legal action against the organisers

Advertisement is being posted on social media about a three-day workshop being organised in Pune under sex education during Navratri festival. This is a very disgusting attempt to tarnish Hindu’s Holy Navratri festival. On one side, when feminine form of woman is worshipped in the form of a Deity, in the same period showing woman in distorted form on the other, is a real mental disorder. Hindus’ religious sentiments are being hurt in this heinous act. Therefore, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) is making demands with the Maharashtra Government and State Commission for Women to take this distorting attempt seriously and register crimes against the organisers under stringent Sections; and also ban the said programme.

‘Sex-Tantra Camp’ in the name of ‘Navratri Special’ is going to be held in Camp area in Pune from 1st to 3rd October. Rs 15,000 is the fee for participating in this camp. This is an attempt to generate religious hatred by showing such obscenity on the occasion of Hindu festival. The Police should investigate whether it is a sex-racket. Such obscenity should be stopped immediately. HJS along with like minded organisations, is going to severely oppose this programme by registering a complaint with the Police Commissioner.

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