It’s time to remove the word ‘secular’ from the Indian constitution! – Adv. Joydeep Mukherjee, General Secretary, All India Legal Aid Forum, Hooghly, Bengal
At present there are 6 crore Bangladeshi infiltrators in India. All these infiltrators are staying in India with fake identity cards but the government is ignoring these infiltrators just for vote bank politics. The government should take this issue seriously and conduct a survey. Due to Bangladeshi infiltrators, 8 thousand villages in the states of Assam, Mizoram and West Bengal have become Muslim-majority. All these villages have more than 90 percent Muslims. These Muslim infiltrators have created a major problem of law and order within India. Through ‘Land Jihad’, ‘Population Jihad’ and ‘Love Jihad’, these infiltrating Muslims are a threat to India’s internal security.
At the time of independence, the country was divided on the basis of religion, so India should have become a ‘Hindu nation’. But now is the time to correct this mistake. The time has come to remove the word ‘secular’ from the Constitution, said Adv. Joydeep Mukherjee, General Secretary, All India Legal Aid Forum, Hooghly, Bengal. He was addressing the audience on Day 7 (22.6.2023) of the ongoing Vaishvik Hindu Rashtra Mahotsav here.
Tamil Nadu is becoming a factory of terrorists! – Pala Santosh Kumar, Founder President, Hindu Ezuchi Peravai, Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu
The ‘Sengol’ installed in the new parliament building is a symbol of the Chola kings. The establishment of Sengol in Parliament is a step towards Hindu Rashtra. Tamil Nadu is the land of yogis. This land has been the source of the propagation of Hindu Dharma. At present, however, terrorist activities are increasing in Tamil Nadu. These terrorists are linked with the terrorists of Afghanistan.
Tamil Nadu is becoming a hub of terrorists. In the past few years, terrorists have carried out bomb blasts in Tamil Nadu. More than 150 devout Hindus have been killed by religious fanatics in the past few years in Tamil Nadu. The Tamil Nadu government and some national leaders are absolutely silent about these activities of religious fanatics. Hindu activists are being implicated in false cases and arrested.
These attacks on Dharma inspire us to work for Hindutva. Our organisation is striving to create awareness among the youth, in the same manner that Swami Vivekananda awakened the youth, said Mr Pala Santosh Kumar, Founder President, Hindu Ezuchi Peravai, Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu. He was addressing the audience on Day 7 of the Vaishvik Hindu Rashtra Mahotsav.
While entering the temples, you should be appropriately clothed ! – Digambar Mahale, President, Shri Mangal Graha Seva Sanstha, Amalner, Jalgaon, Maharashtra
There is no ‘VIP’ entry in Mangalgraha Temple. There is no plaque in the temple with the names of the trustees. Everyone’s identity card in the temple reads ‘sevekari’ (servitor). The dress code for temples was first enforced in the Mangalgraha temple. Some protested, but devotees supported the dress code. We humbly give full robes to those who come to the temple wearing skimpy clothes and request them to enter the temple with the robes. While entering temples, we should be appropriately clothed, said Mr Digambar Mahale, President, Shri Mangal Graha Seva Sanstha, Amalner, Jalgaon, Maharashtra. He was addressing the audience on Day 7 of the ongoing Vaishvik Hindu Rashtra Mahotsav here.
Mr Mahale, while praising Sanatan Sanstha and Hindu Janajagruti Samiti said –
1. We have learned what sevabhav is from Hindu Janajagruti Samiti.
2. We can see humility and sevabhav in the seekers of Sanatan.
Commissioner for NRI Affairs and former MP Mr Narendra Savaikar visits the Vaishvik Hindu Rashtra Mahotsav venue
Commissioner for NRI Affairs and former MP Mr Narendra Savaikar attended the ongoing Vaishvik Hindu Rashtra Mahotsav. Sadguru Dr Charudatta Pingale, National Guide, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti, welcomed and felicitated Mr Savaikar.