Arm yourself to crush terrorism

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Vita (Maharashtra): Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) has organized a photo-exhibition in association with FACT from 20th to 22nd June 2007. The purpose of the exhibition is to make people aware of the oppression of Hindus by terrorists and the true situation in Kashmir. The exhibition was inaugurated by Adv. Vaibhavdada Patil, mayor of Vita in the auspicious presence of  Pujya Ishwarbuva Ramadasi.

People visiting the exhibition felt that Hindus should start self-defence training camp and they have to now take to arms to squash terrorism. People were very much disturbed to see the real situation in Kashmir and thought that only organizations like HJS are doing so much for protection of Hindus and Dharma and all Hindus should unite to crush terrorism. Some of them were inspired to participate in HJS activities.


Devout Hindus to create awareness on Kashmiri Hindus

Miraj (Maharashtra): Terrorism is a grave problem before India. Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) is trying to bring forth atrocities on Hindus in Kashmir inflicted for the past many years so that general public becomes aware of the true situation in Kashmir. A photo-exhibition has therefore, been organized in association with ‘Foundation against Continuing Terrorism (FACT)’ showing the actual photographs on terrorism in Kashmir. A meeting was held to organize the exhibition in Miraj. Devout Hindus attending the meeting were unanimous on making people aware of the atrocities by going door to door. A VCD recorded by an organization called ‘Panun Kashmir’ on the above topic was also shown in the meeting.

It was decided in the meeting to distribute about 5000 pamphlets and display 250 posters on the walls as a part of drive creating awareness among people. It was also planned to hold such exhibitions in all major cities.

See Also

> FACT Exhibitions
> How does HJS arrange exhibitions?

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