Don’t expect anything from thick skinned politicians

Pune: Every citizen should think as to how he looks at the issue of terrorism. Hindus should not expect that our thick skinned, insensitive and coward politicians would take any strict action against terrorism. Hindus must realize that Kashmiri pandits are our brethren and we should unite to find a permanent solution to the Kashmir issue. The above views were expressed by Shri. Satish Pawar, the spokesperson of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) for Pimpri-Chinchwad city. He was speaking during inauguration program of photo-exhibition by ‘FACT" on terrorism in Kashmir.

Shri. Pawar said that when Babri mosque was demolished, the whole nation made a hue and cry. Human rights commission, media persons raised a lot of noise; but none of them bothers to even make a mention about deliberate destruction of Hindu temples in Kashmir valley. Hindus need to unite to change this situation.

After inauguration of the exhibition, Prof. Vitthal Jadhav, a member of HJS from Bhor (Dist. Pune) explained the purpose of holding such exhibition and activities of HJS. Ha. Bha. Pa. Sree Dnyaneshwar Maharaj Dhonde said that nobody can guarantee that today’s situation in Kashmir will not spread upto Bhor after 20 years. We should have faith in our Dharma to avoid such happenings; otherwise Bhor would become another Kashmir. Keertankars must talk on Dharma. H. Sadashiv Laxman Deshmukh of Datta Sampradaya said that everyone’s blood should boil by seeing the exhibition. We are not free even after independence.

A VCD recorded by Panun Kashmir was being shown at the venue. People were saying that they were not aware of such extreme atrocities on Hindus. They also felt that the truth should reach maximum number of people. The exhibition drew very good response from locals.

Source:Daily Sanatan Prabhat

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