Encouraging response to ‘Stark Truth about Terrorism’ at Akola

Chaitra Paurnima

By Staff Reporter

Akola (Maharashtra): Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) organized photo-exhibition devised by FACT on ‘Stark Truth about Terrorism’ on the auspicious occasion of Ram-Navami at Birla Sree Ram Mandir. The response was very encouraging with about 3000 ‘jidnyasus (curious)’ visiting the exhibition. The exhibition was inaugurated by Shri. Nikhilesh Divekar, Dy. Mayor of Akola Municipal Corporation by lighting of a lamp and breaking of coconut, on 13th April.

Shri. Divekar said in his address that he wanted to congratulate HJS for taking up so different but essential activities related to fight against assault on ancient and eternal Hindu Dharma and increasing attacks on Hindus. He said further that the exhibition should be held on 365 days in a year only then would Hindus wake up. He assured to reach the message to people he would come across.     

Regarding ‘Daily Sanatan Prabhat’ (DSP), he said that every library in the city should keep a copy of DSP with the help of sponsors so that people can get to read the issues. He said that he was opening a library shortly and would subscribe to this newspaper. The matter needs to be taken to maximum number of people. Shri. Dhiraj Raut of HJS felicitated the Dy. Mayor and presented him a CD recorded by Sanatan Sanstha. Shri. Shyam Rajandekar of HJS hosted the program. Members of youth visiting the exhibition showed interest in joining self-defence training program imparted under the auspices of ‘Dharma-shakti Sena’

There was also very good response to the exhibition of Sanatan books. FACT exhibition earlier held at Sree Rajarajeshwar Temple was visited by Shri. Madan Dharagad, the Mayor of Akola Municipal Corporation and he had not only lauded the activities undertaken by HJS but also assured to extend every possible help in such activities.

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