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Fact exhibition on ‘The Gory Truth of Terrorism’ at Bastoda, Goa

By Staff Reporter

Terrorists dare to behave atrociously with Hindus because we Hindus are unaware!
Mapusa (Goa): There will not be any improvement in Hindus until and unless they unite. If we unite, only then will our Hindu Dharma sustain! We Hindus are very negligent and that is why terrorists dare to treat Hindus atrociously, remarked the ex-Sarpanch of Bastoda village, retired teacher of Janata High School and a devout Hindu, Shri. Harishchandra Naik. He was speaking at the inauguration ceremony of the photo-exhibition titled ‘The Gory Truth of Terrorism’, created by FACT and organized by the Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS), depicting a true picture of the atrocities meted out to Hindus in Kashmir and Bangladesh.

Mrs. Laalan Karapurkar, Deputy Sarpanch of Bastoda village inaugurated the exhibition. On this occasion Mrs. Hemashree Gadekar, Director of the Bardez Taluka Self-Help Group; Shri. Jayesh Thali; Goa State Co-ordinator of the HJS; Shri. Shekar Agarvadekar, Bardez Taluka Co-ordinator of the HJS; Seekers of Sanatan Sanstha and devout Hindus of Bastoda village were present. While addressing the audience, Mrs. Hemashree Gadekar said, ‘We Hindus never trouble anybody, however, we also do not retaliate when others trouble us! This is why we are facing atrocities today.’ On this occasion, the documentary ‘…and the world remained silent!’ was also screened. Around 250 people visited the exhibition.

Mrs. Laalan Karapurkar, Dy. Sarpanch of Bastoda village, Ms. Runali Shirvankar, Mrs. Pratiksha Mayekar and Ms. Sushma Polji provided assistance for the exhibition. Likewise, Shri. Rajendra Naroji, Sarpanch of Bastoda village also provided his support for the cause. The HJS has thanked them all for their support.  

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