Conclusion of the FACT photo exhibition at Goa

By Staff Reporter


Phonda (Goa): Today late in the evening the photo exhibition on atrocities committed on Hindus in Kashmir of the FACT (Foundation Against Continuing Terrorism) organized by the HJS for two days was concluded.  

Visitors to the exhibition expressed opinions such as ‘such exhibitions should be held in every nook and corner of the state’, ‘Hindu unification is the need of the hour’, to reiterate their solidarity to the HJS mission. They also expressed a desire to participate in this mission.

The HJS has expressed its gratitude to all those who helped in organising this exhibition at Phonda. People from all walks of life viz. writers, journalists, politicians, members of Hindu organisations such as ‘Bajrang Dal’, ‘Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh’ etc., school students and senior citizens all numbering around 700 visited the exhibition in two days. This also included residents of Panaji, Dicholi, Madgaon and other distant towns such as Savardem.

FACT photo exhibition inaugurated at Phonda

12 June 2007

Phonda (Goa): A photo exhibition of the atrocities committed on Hindus in Kashmir of the FACT (Foundation Against Continuing Terrorism) was organised by the HJS on 13th and 14thJune 2007 at the Sree Hanuman Sabhagraha near Sree Hanuman temple at Varkhande in Phonda. It was inaugurated on 12th June 2007 at 6 p.m. at the hands of Pujya Petheaji and Shri. Rohidas Naik a freedom fighter and ex-MLA of Phonda by lighting a lamp. This exhibition was open to the public from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

A documentary on ‘…..and the world remained silent’ presented earlier at the ‘International Film Festival’ on the atrocities on Kashmiri Hindus and their present plight, was screened. The Goa State Spokesperson for the HJS Dr. Manoj Solanki, the HJS state co-ordinator Shri. Jayesh Thali and Shri. Parshuram Prabhudessai a Sanatan Sanstha seeker from Mangeshi.

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