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  • Hindu Rashtra Convention’ held in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh

  • Resolution passed in the presence of 51 organisations and 210 devout Hindus

Shri Vishwanath Kulkarni , Sadguru Dr.Charudatta Pingale and Shri Chetan Rajahans

Varanasi (UP) – ‘A resolution was passed in the Hindu Rashtra Convention held in Varanasi on 4th and 5th November that only the political parties and honest representatives of the people who promise to work for the Hindu Rashtra and the welfare of Hindus will get the support of the Hindus in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections’, Sadguru (Dr) Charudatta Pingale, the National Guide of the Hindu Janajagruti Samiti, gave the information in a press conference held at Paradkar Bhawan after the Convention. Mr Chetan Rajhans, the National Spokesperson of Sanatan Sanstha and Mr Vishwanath Kulkarni, the State Coordinator of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar were also present on this occasion.

Sadguru (Dr) Charudatta Pingale further said that 210 people including office bearers, advocates, trustees of temples, industrialists and others from 51 organisations from Nepal, and the States of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Odisha, Delhi, Assam and Bengal were present in this convention. At this time, what kind of work is expected to be done by the political parties for the welfare of Hindus in the future was discussed. A demand letter of the devout Hindus was made for the political parties which include declaring India and Nepal as Hindu Rashtra, enacting strict laws against love jihad, conversion and cow slaughter, banning Halal Certification, revoking the ownership of Government over temples, revoking the places of worship act and Waqf Board Act, enacting the population control law, resettlement of Kashmiri Hindus, etc. This demand letter will be presented before the political parties.

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