Firmly serve the mission of Hindu Rashtra till the last breath ! – MLA T. Raja Singh

‘State level Hindu Adhiveshan’ at Bhagyanagar (Telangana) by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti

Bhagyanagar – It takes a lot of struggle to work for Hindutva in Telangana. The government inflicts various kinds of trouble on devout Hindus; but we have to carry forward the mission of Dharma, come what may. No matter the struggle, one has to stand firm and serve the mission of Hindu Rashtra till the last breath. There is no doubt that India will become a Hindu Rashtra; but it is necessary that we contribute to it, asserted staunch Hindu MLA from Telangana Shri. T. Raja Singh. He was speaking at the ‘State level Hindu Adhiveshan’ organized by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti at Nripatunga School Auditorium here.

MLA T. Raja Singh

The National Spokesperson of the Samiti Mr. Ramesh Shinde also addressed the Adhiveshan.

Mr.Ramesh Shinde

On this occasion Brahmarshi Bangarayya Sharma from Andhra Pradesh and Telangana states, Dr. Bhaskar Raju, Andhra Pradesh State President of ‘Hindu Upadhyaya Samiti’ Mr. Mahesh Degla, Associate Director of ‘Bhagavad Gita Foundation for Vedic Studies’ Mrs. Esther Dhanraj, State President of ‘Scheduled Caste Reservation Protection Committee’ Mr. Mohan Kumar, State President of ‘Hindu Temple Preservation Committee’ Mr. Ravindra Reddy, State President of ‘Hindu Joint Action Committee’ Mr. Lalit Kumar, State President of ‘Rashtriya Shivaji Sena’ Mr. Srinivasa Chari, President of ‘Jai Shri Ram Sena’ Mr. Shantikiran, President of ‘SVB Dharmasena’ Mr. Vinod Sanatani, President of ‘Bhagyanagar Brahmin Sangha’ Mr. Govind Raju Maharaj were among the heads of various Hindu organizations, advocates, social activists and RTI activists who attended the Adhiveshan. There were a total of 160 attendees.

Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat

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