Hindu unity is the need of the hour: Dilip Kapur

By Staff Reporter

Chandrapur (Maharashtra): To get back the past glory, Hindus should fight not only against the atrocities they are subjected to in Kashmir but also their oppression all over the country. It is the need of the hour that Hindus should unite. The above statement was made by Shri. Dilip Kapur, the district-chief of Shiv Sena. He was speaking in the inauguration program of photo-exhibition on terrorism in Kashmir held at Kanyaka Mandir hall. More than 500 people have visited the exhibition so far.
Shri. Rameshchandraji Bagala said that the concept of secularism taking roots, during post-independence period, in India is the reason of such sorry state of Hindus. He said that he was shocked to see the photographs depicting condition of Hindus. Shri. Lakshmikant Pandeya of Gayatri Parivar said that Hindu Dharma is eternal. The very existence of Hindus is in danger because of the Temple Take-over Act and issues like Ram-setu. It is necessary for Hindus to unite to revive Hindus Dharma.
Members of many organizations and Sampradayas like Shri. Kishoreji Mamidwar, the President of  Kanyaka Mandir Trust, Shri. Surendraji Dave, District-President of Gorakshana Samiti, Dr. Raju Akhare of Shree Samradaya, Shri. Ganapatrao Satre of VHP, Shri. Ratan Puraswani of Art of Living, Shri. Deepak Bele, district-chief of Bharateeya Vidyartji Sena extended their cooperation in organizing the exhibition. Shri. Hansrajji Ahir also paid a visit to the exhibition.

FACT’s photo-exhibition held at Chandrapur

October 1, 2007

Chandrapur (Maharashtra): Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) has organized photo-exhibition devised by FACT based on terrorists subjecting Hindus to severe atrocities in Kashmir. A press conference was held to make announcement about the exhibition. It was attended by Shri. Vivek Kulkarni and Shri. Rameshchandra Bagal of VHP, Shri. Ratanji Parasvani of Art of Living, Dr. Rajabhau Akhare of Shree Sampradaya, Shri. Lakshmikantji Pandye of Gayatri Sampradaya, Shri. Deepak Bele of Bharateeya Vidyarthi Sena and members of HJS and Sanatan Sanstha.
The exhibition will be held at Mata Kanyaka Mandir Hall from 30th September to 2nd October 2007 and will be inaugurated by Shri. Dilip kapur, district-chief of Shiv Sena from Chandrapur in the presence of above mentioned leaders of VHP, Gayatri Parivar and HJS. The exhibition will be open for public from 10.00 a.m. to 9.0 p.m.
Gayatri Shaktipeeth, Shree Sampradaya, Shiv Sena, Vishwa Hindu Parishada, Manav Utthan Samiti, Art of Living, Lalshminarayan Mandir Trust, Mata Kanyaka Mandir Trust, Satya Sai Baba Seva Samiti, H. H. Asaram Bapu Sampradaya, Sanatan Sanstha and trustees of many temples and devout Hindus are also associated with the organization of this exhibition.

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