‘Every temple to register a case against those who talk about eradicating Sanatan Dharma!’

Proposal at Maharashtra Mandir Mahasangh state level meet in Mumbai!

(From left) National Spokesperson of Sanatan Sanstha Mr Chetan Rajahans, Coordinator of Maharashtra Mandir Mahasangh Mr Sunil Ghanwat, Chairman of G.S.B. Temple Trust Mr Praveen Kanvinde

Mumbai: The third state level meet of the Maharashtra Mandir Mahasangh was recently held. A proposal to register cases against DMK Minister Udhayanidhi Stalin, A Raja, Congress Minister Priyank Kharge and journalist Nikhil Wagle for their hate speech on eradicating Hindu Dharma was passed in this meeting. The meeting was held at the Swatantrya Veer Savarkar Rashtriya Smarak, Dadar (W) on September 30 and was attended by representatives of the Maharashtra Mandir Mahasangh. The meeting was organized on behalf of the GSB Temple Trust and the Swatantrya Veer Savarkar Rashtriya Smarak.

At the beginning of the meeting Mr. Sunil Ghanwat (Coordinator of Maharashtra Mandir Mahasangh and Maharashtra and Chhattisgarh State Coordinator of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti) apprised the attendees about the activities, agitations and the success achieved by the Maharashtra Mandir Mahasangh over the last six months. The participating temple trustees also presented an overview of the work they had accomplished.

The temple trustees should put in a concerted effort to free temples from government control – Sunil Ghanwat

Temples are centres to spread knowledge on Dharma. Today, more than 175 temples in Maharashtra have implemented a sattvik dress code. More efforts are required to turn this into a national movement. Mr Ghanwat asserted that the temple trustees should put in a concerted effort to ensure that the temples become freed from government control and to create awareness on the Waqf board’s ploy to usurp temple land.

The trustees of various temples present in the meeting and the leaders of the Maharashtra Mandir Mahasangh decided to unitedly act to stop the attacks on temple traditions, and to take swift steps to stop the massive loot of devotees by temples under government control.

Dignitaries who participated in the meet

Mr Pravin Kanvinde (Chairman, G.S.B. Temple Trust), Mr Shashank Gulgule (Secretary, Srikshetra Theur Devasthan, Siddhatek Devasthan),HBP Anand Maharaj Tambe (Trustee, Moraya Gosavi Temple), Mr Digambar Mahale (President of Mangalgraha Seva Sanstha at Amalner), Mr Anup Jaiswal (President of Vidarbha Devasthan Samiti), Advocate Abhishek Bhagat (Shri Ambika Tuljabhavanimata Temple in Nagar), Advocate Shirish Kulkarni (Shri Tuljabhavani Temple in Tuljapur), Mr Kishore Gangane (priest and former president, Shri Tuljabhavani Temple); The President of Ballaleshwar Devasthan at Pali Mr Jitendra Gadre and Manager Mr Chandrasekhar Soman, Mrs. Mohini Vaidya (President of Sri Ganapati Sansthan at Mahad); Mr Pradeep Tendolkar (President of Sri Jeevdanidevi Sansthan at Virar), Mr Motilal Jain (President of Panvel Shree Shwetambar Murtipujak Jain Sangh), Mr Vinayak Upadhyay (Trustee of Ganapati Maruti Devasthan at Kadav, Karjat), Mr Vineet Pakhode (President of Pingaladevi Sansthan at Amravati), Mr Ashok Khandelwal (Laxminarayan Sansthan); H.H. Adv. Suresh Kulkarni (Founder member, Hindu Vidhidnya Parishad), National Spokesperson of Sanatan Sanstha Mr Chetan Rajhans, National Spokesperson of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti Mr Ramesh Shinde as well as trustees of various temples were present.

Other points discussed in the meeting

In this meeting, the structure and executive of the Maharashtra Mandir Mahasangh and a 3 month activity outline were drawn up.

The Maharashtra Mandir Mahasangh is working to unite all temple trustees as well as solve the various problems that temples face. The Mahasangh has invited those desirous of participating in the Mahasangh’s activities to contact – 7020383264.

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