Anti-Superstition Forum opposes hoarding on Narendracharyaji Maharaj

Anti-Superstition Forum today strongly opposed Government uncovering of a banner on Jagadguru Narendracharyaji Maharaj, in a Government Hospital due to possible propagation of Superstition and Blind-faith on Government owned premises. Dr. Vimal Mundada, the Health Minister was supposed to uncover the hoarding on Jagadguru Narendracharyaji Maharaj. The members of the Anti-Superstition Gang held the Hospital staff responsible for spreading Blind-Faith and threatened to act legally against them based on the newly enacted "Black Magic Bill".

The Anti-Superstition Forum has thus again indicated that its aim to eradicate Spirituality and Saint’s influence completely from the society to have a Godless Society. This is obvious as the Founder members and Supporters of the Anti-Superstition squad are staunch pro-Dalit Vidrohi Anti-Hindus and Buddhists. Chandrakant Handore the Social Justice Minister who had upheld the Black Magic Bill and got it approved in the Vidhan Sabha himself is a Buddhist Vidrohi and a "pro-dalit".

Hindu Janjagruti Samiti has strongly condemned this act by Dr Vimal Mundada.

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