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From Left Shri. Belake, Shri. Ghaisas Guruji, Shri. Chandrakant Mokate, & Shri. Ujjwal Keskar
Hindu Janajgruti Samiti (HJS) is currently organizing photographic exhibitions on “terrorists’ atrocities on Hindus in Kashmir and Bangladesh”, in various parts of India. The photographs in the exhibitions are produced by the Foundation against Continuing Terrorism (FACT) depicting the gory violence and the terror unleashed by the terrorists on Hindus in Kashmir and Bangladesh. The program also included CD show pertaining to the same.
(Centre) Shri. Indresh Kumar of RSS visited exhibition in Pune
Pune (Maharashtra): All politicians have ignored the severity of Kashmir problem and we are paying its price. Terrorism has not remained restricted to Kashmir but has reached Pune. Do not therefore, remain under false hope that the rulers would do anything to protect you. Now we have to make a resolve and be ready to sacrifice our lives for the nation. The above views were expressed by Shri. Ghaisas Guruji, the chief trustee of Ved-bhavan in Pune. He was speaking in the inauguration ceremony of photo-exhibition in Pune.
Shri. Shambhu Gaware, a member of HJS said that it is very unfortunate that Hindus need to be awakened towards atrocities against their brethren. Such situation requires one to introspect. Terrorism is burgeoning because of Hindus disconnecting themselves with Hinduism. The displaced Hindus from Kashmir had the option of converting to Islam but they refused and preferred to live like refugees. Not only the rulers but all Hindus are also responsible for such condition of Kashmiris.
Shri. Chandrakant Mokate, the Dy. Mayor of Pune lauded efforts of HJS towards Hindu Dharma. Shri. Ujjwal Keskar, a corporator of BJP said that Kashmiri Pundits did not get any support or help from people of this country and they have to lead life of refugees. When Hindu will vote as a Hindu, no party will dare to pamper Muslims. He said that we must try to preserve diversity in Hindu culture.
Professor Motilal Tikku, a Kashmiri Pundit visited the photo-exhibition in Pune. He said that terrorists were on killing spree of Hindus. During the last two and a half decades, Kashmir has been going through grave disasters. We expected that we will get support from our Indian brethren; but we shall always feel bitter for neither the Indians nor the media come to our help. Prof. Tikku is a refugee now living in Pune. His love for his homeland was quite apparent from the manner he was watching the photographs. When other visitors came to know about Prof. Tikku, they gathered around him. Members of HJS immediately made him available a dais to speak his mind and even he agreed without any hesitation. He was offered a chair to sit but he refused and stood with mike in his hand. He talked about the changes in situation in Kashmir from 1985 and wrong decisions of rulers, his experience about terrorism, how his family was affected, and his bad experiences during migration. Within a span of 15 minutes, he created the atmosphere of terrorists’ devastated Kashmir before everyone. People were enraged to hear about the atrocities that Hindus have been going through from Prof. Tikku and were expressing their willingness to come together to fight against terrorism.
June 23, 2007
Pune (Maharashtra): Photo-exhibition on terrorism in Kashmir has been organized by Hindu Janajgruti Samiti (HJS) in association with FACT at Yashawantrao Chavan Art Pavilion in Kothrud. The exhibition was inaugurated by Shri. Moreshwar Ghaisas, the chief trustee of Ved-bhavan in the presence of Shri. Ujjwal Keskar, spokesperson of BJP, Shri. Chandrakant Mokate, Dy. Mayor of Pune Municipal Corporation and Shri. Shambhu Gaware, a member of HJS.
The exhibition will be held till 24 th May from 10.00 a.m. to 8.00 p.m. People visiting the exhibition were moved to see the atrocities against Hindus and felt that if terrorists are destroying our temples, we should pay them back in the same coin; maximum number of people should see the exhibition and become aware of the truth and do their bit towards Dharma. One Muslim person visiting the exhibition was pained to see the photographs. He was worried about the country and humanity. He felt that all religions should be thrust aside and there should be only one religion i.e. humanity. He offered homage to all those dying in Kashmir and prayed to God for happiness of this country.
(Such persons, if they are so much concerned, should go and meet people from their area and educate Muslims. – Editor)
Source: ‘ Daily Sanatan Prabhat ‘