By Staff Reporter
- Article 370 on Kashmir must be withdrawn – Prof. Vijay Desai (21 Jul 07)
- FACT exhibition inaugurated at Rajarampuri (22 Jun 07)
Kolhapur (Maharashtra): It is very unfortunate that Hindus are oppressed in Kashmir. Hindus are facing such atrocities due to their belief in principles of secularism and tolerance. Hindus are unable to exercise their rights in Kashmir due to the article 370 of Indian Constitution. Kashmir separated from India when we accepted this article. It is therefore, necessary to withdraw the said article in the inetrest of Kashmir, said by Prof. Vijay Desai in the inaugural function of FACT’s exhibition held by HJS in Kolhapur
Every nation came into being based on certain religious beliefs. Everyone must think about the state of Dharma today. Present Prime Minister is flying pigeons instead of raising voice against problems faced by this country. Nobody is bothered about the condition of this country. After independence, people’s love for the nation has diminished. Frogs never come together. Hindus also are not coming together to improve condition of the nation and Dharma, he said.
Pandit Nehru had once said, ‘Call me a donkey but not a Hindu.’ Generations of such Prime Minister are ruling this country. Because of the secular rulers, there have been assaults on Gods, nation and Dharma. We should have rulers who are proud to be Hindus.
We have to teach our children about patriotism. Some ‘secular’ people make a noise when lessons on freedom-fighter Sawarkar and Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj are included in text books. They feel it is ‘saffronization’ and therefore, lessons on revolutionists are omitted from the books. Now, ladies should come forward and teach children about patriotism, he added.
June 22, 2007
Kolhapur (Maharashtra): The photo exhibition titled ‘the bitter truth of terrorism’ was organised by the HJS in collaboration with FACT from 22nd to 24th June at the Popatrav Jagadale Sabhagraha at Rajarampuri. The Junior Executive Engineer of the Municipal Corporation, also a Hindu protagonist, Shri. Sunil Naik broke a coconut at the venue and inaugurated the exhibition. The ceremony of lighting the lamp was done by the speaker of the standing committee, Shri. Sambhaji Jadhav. This exhibition was open to the public from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. with a free entry. On the first day of the exhibition 400 people visited it.
Those present at the inaugural function were District President of the Bharatiya Janata Party Prof. Vijay Desai, Municipal Corporator Shri. Shekhar Ghotne, Hindu protagonists Shri. Kishore Thomke, Shri. Madhukar Nazhare, Shri. Dhananjay Harshe, Shri. Shivanand Swami all of the HJS and Shri. Suresh Chauhan district seeker in-charge of the Kolhapur and Belgaon branches and Dr. Arun Karmalkar, Sau. Sangita Patil etc. of the Sanatan Sanstha.
Shri. Rajendra Mete of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh after seeing the exhibition took the initiative of explaining the charts to other visitors.
(We need such lovers of Hinduism all over! – Editor)