By Staff Reporter
Dharangaon (Maharashtra): Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS), in association with FACT, has organized photo-exhibition showing Hindus subjected to severe atrocities in Kashmir and Bangladesh. The exhibition is being held from 8th September to 10th September 2007 at Vikram Library, Bhatia Lane from 9.00 a.m. to 9.00 p.m. The inauguration program of the exhibition was held in the presence of Shri. Mahesh Maharaj, keertankar, Shri. Gulabrao Patil, leader and MLA of Shiv Sena, Shri. Shantaram Mahajan of VHP, Shri. Ramsingh Pawar of Gayatri Parivar, Shri. Gulabrao Wagh, district-chief of Shiv Sena and Shri. Rajan Bunge of HJS.
Shri. Mahesh Maharaj said that everyone should note how terrorists have treated Hindus. When a meeting is announced connected with ‘Jihad’, Muslims gather in large numbers; but Hindus are not yet ready to unite for protection of their Dharma. It is very sad that like animals, Hindus are living only for self.
Shri. Gulabrao Patil said that the Government is not doing anything for Hindus in Kashmir; therefore, this task undertaken by HJS is great. Shiv Sena is also connected to Hinduism. During famine, the Government sets up camps for cattle; but it has no money to construct camps for displaced Hindus. The Government will take note of Hindus only when they unite.
Shri. Rajan Bunage said that a French journalist has devised this exhibition out of his prize money by scouring whole Kashmir; but how many Hindus in India have tried to know about it. When the terrorism reaches our doorstep tomorrow, only we shall be responsible for it and every Hindu must take note of the same. Shri. Ramsingh Pawar of Gayatri Parivar also expressed his views on the occasion.