By Staff Reporter
Nifaad (Nashik): On receiving very good response from the citizens of Nashik, the HJS has organised ‘The Bitter Truth of Terrorism’ photo-exhibition at Nifaad and made it open for all. This exhibition was inaugurated today at the hands of Kirtankaar Pandit Maharaj Kolhe by breaking a coconut and lighting of the lamp (diya) at 11.30 am this morning at the Market Committee Hall. 80 people were present at this time. A debate on the topic ‘Hindu Genocide’ was also held at this time.
Warkari is one who fights against injustice! – Kirtankaar Pandit Maharaj Kolhe
During the debate, Kirtankaar Pandit Maharaj Kolhe, District President of the Warkari Sect said that, the need to educate Hindus and make them aware is the most shocking fact of the present times. The root cause of this is that Hindus are not united. A Warkari is one who fights against injustice. Thus, Warkaris have to be alert in the real sense. Shri. Chirade Maharaj of the Mahanubhav Sect said that, “It is essential to curb both external and domestic aggression against Hindus today.”
This exhibition puts forth an important message! – BJP MP Shri. Harishchandra Chavan
While concluding the function, Shri. Mahendra Kshatriya said that, apart from revealing the atrocities being inflicted on Hindus, this exhibition emphasises the need to unite for Dharma. Lack of religious education is the root cause of all these problems; thus, the HJS has started satsangs imparting religious education to Hindus.
Anti-social elements destroy 300 wall posters containing information about the photo-exhibition!
The HJS had put up more than 300 wall posters at Nifaad to provide information about this workshop. Today, it was found that all the wall posters were torn by anti-social elements. At some place, posters of local programmes have been pasted on them. (The atrocities being inflicted on Hindus are a shame to humanity. What have the anti-social elements achieved by destroying posters of the exhibition giving information in this regard? Hindus, remember that now it has become difficult to even present facts of the atrocities inflicted on you. – Editor)
Shri. Bhagwat Baba Boraste, the Shivsena Taluka President of Nifaad said, “Hindu Dharma is the result of the combination of all religions. All sects should unite and make efforts to change the present situation. I am very grateful to the HJS for organising this exhibition depicting the current plight of Hindus.”