A one-day district-level Hindu-Rashtra Adhiveshan in Chiplun (Maharashtra)

Bharat is a self-existent Hindu Rashtra, but it must be declared in the constitution! – Chetan Rajhans, National Spokesperson, Sanatan Sanstha

On the dais (From left) Mr Vinod Gadikar, Sadguru Satyavan Kadam, H.B.P. Abhay Maharaj Sahasrabuddhe and Mr Chetan Rajhans (speaking)

Staunch Hindus resolve to dedicate themselves to the work of establishing Hindu Rashtra on the eve of Makar Sankranti

Chiplun: Regarding the establishment of Hindu Rashtra, some people have a common question, ‘Bharat is a Hindu Rashtra, what is the need to declare it as one?’ Indeed it is a trikala satya (eternal truth) that Bharat is a swayambhu (self-existent) Hindu Rashtra. However, where does it stand as a ‘Hindu Rashtra’ in the existing constitutional system? One is naturally a doctor after passing medical board examination. But they cannot work as a doctor without obtaining a certificate. Similarly, Bharat cannot be called a Hindu Rashtra in its current state without declaring it a Hindu Rashtra in the Constitution. Therefore, it is important to try to do this rather than just think along emotional lines asserted Mr Chetan Rajhans, the National Spokesperson of Sanatan Sanstha.

He was speaking at the one-day district-level Hindu-Rashtra Adhiveshan on January 14 at the Brahmin Sahayyak Sangh hall here. The Adhiveshan organised by the Hindu Janajagruti Samiti was attended by 120 devout Hindus. The Adhiveshan was compered by Ms Divya Ghag and Mr Mahesh Lad. The aim of the Adhiveshan was shared by Mr Vinod Gadikar.

Mr Swapnil Bhide (Trustee of Shri Mahakali Devasthan Adivare); Mr Abhinav Bhuran (MNS Chiplun City President); Mr Ganesh Gaikwad (Shri Shivpratisthan Hindusthan Ratnagiri), Advocate Sachin Remane; Mr Mahesh Mayekar (Hindavi Swarajya Pratishthan, Rajapur), Advocate Milind Tambe; H.B.P. (Dr.) Dharmashree Shewale; Mr Chandrakant Kadam (President of Sri Bhavani Vaghjai Devasthan, Terav); Mr. Vivek Gurav; Mr Gajanan Bhosle (President of Sri Dev Devasthan Pedhe Parasuram) and others narrated the experiences of their efforts in preventing attacks on Dharma.

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