Regional Hindu Rashtra Adhiveshan organised by the Hindu Janajagruti Samiti in Pune!
Pune – India shares a 4 thousand 500 km long border with Bangladesh. Since independence there have been concentrated efforts to make Northeast India a Muslim majority region by infiltrating the Siliguri corridor. Assam’s freedom fighter and former Chief Minister Gopinath Bordoloi fought against giving the North East Indian territory to (then east) Pakistan. Only because of this today the 7 states of Northeast India are part of independent India. Penalties for infiltration in other countries range from 12 years or life imprisonment to death by firing squad; but if you infiltrate India, you get facilities from Aadhaar card, ration card to becoming a minister. Brigadier Hemant Mahajan (Retd) opined that with a strong political will to end infiltration and stringent implementation of laws, the cancer of Bangladeshi infiltration can be eradicated. He was speaking at the Regional Hindu Rashtra Adhiveshan organized by the Hindu Janajagruti Samiti here.
Over 130 devout Hindus from Pune and Satara districts were present on this occasion. The program was held at Indraprastha Mangalkaryalay here. The program started with the blowing of the conch and chanting of Vedas. Mr. Vidyadhar Nargolkar, Mahamantri of Swatantryaveer Savarkar Smruti Pratishthan lit the ceremonial lamp. On this occasion, Sadguru Swati Khadaye, Sanatan Sanstha dharmapracharak and Hindu Janajagruti Samiti’s coordinator of West Maharashtra, Konkan, Gujarat and Goa states Mr. Manoj Khadaye were present.
Pune District Coordinator of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti Mr. Parag Gokhale explained the purpose of the convention, while Mr. Mahesh Pathak read out the message by Sachchidananda Parabraham Dr Jayant Athabale to the Adhiveshan. Sanatan’s 123rd Saint H.H. (Mrs.) Manisha Pathak provided guidance on the importance of Sadhana in adverse times. Dr. Nilesh Lonkar (Founder President of Swatantryaveer Savarkar Yuva Pratishthan), Ms. Bhakti Dafale (Satara District Coordinator of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti), Mr. Sunil Ghanwat (Maharashtra and Chhattisgarh organizer of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti), Advocate Nilesh Sangolkar, devout Hindu activist Mr. Ravindra Padwal, Ms. Prachi Shintre, Mr. Manish Chalke of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti spoke on various topics.
All the Hindus enthusiastically participated in the group discussions held in the Adhiveshan and decided to become active for the mission of Hindu Rashtra. This program was attended by dignitaries like H.B.P. Dattatraya Chorghe Maharaj, H.B.P. Mr. Subhash Badde, Mr. Mahendra Devi of Vishwa Hindu Parishad, Mr. Rajendra Lunkad Goseva Parishad, Mr. Shekhar Mundada of Sri Sri Ravi Shankar Pratishthan, Mr. Dilip Kumbojkar Former Chairman of Maharashtra Trading. The program ended with recitation of Vande Mataram. At the end of the program, everyone pledged to continue working for the establishment of Hindu Rashtra.
Let’s decide not to go to sleep without reading Sanatan Prabhat! – Vidyadhar Nargolkar
Mr. Vidyadhar Nargolkar complimented the Hindu Janajagruti Samiti for bringing new issues to the fore. He said that Sanatan Prabhat (Periodicals dedicated to the Nation & Dharma) helps the reader become aware of the attacks on Hinduism. He asked the audience to decide not to go to sleep without reading the Sanatan Prabhat. “Come together to establish Hindu Rashtra! God has given everyone the same thing that is 24 hours! Use it properly!”
A handful of active Hindus will bring in Hindu Rashtra! – Sadguru Swati Khadaye
Other religions are constantly attacking Hindu Dharma. A nation stands not only based on numbers, but through culture, religion, language; that is why a handful of Hindus who are active will bring in the Hindu Rashtra! Hindu Rashtra will come all over the world in 2025. It requires a divine benediction. For this, let us all work hard and participate wholeheartedly in the mission of establishing Hindu Rashtra.
A common minimum program has to be prepared and adopted by all Hindu organisation – Manoj Khadaye
Why do we need an organized front? If we want to protect our Dharma from mass conversions by international missionary organizations, blanket powers given to the Waqf Board, Halal Jihad, then a common minimum program has to be prepared and adopted by all Hindu organizations. In the last 11 years, 450 organizations have been brought together and started working towards a common cause. This Adhiveshan is leading the way. We want to raise effective public awareness and put up a united front so that common Hindus will want to participate in it. This regional convention is the way to accomplish it.