Oppose the anti-Superstition law with all your might – Praveen Togadia.

HariBhakti Parayan (HBP) Bhaskargiri Maharaj(right) handing over the Mace to Shri Praveen Togadia of Vishwa Hindu Parishad and VHP World President Shri Ashok Singhal speaking below

Almost 30000 Hindus were present in a meeting held by Hindu Janjagruti Samiti at Pandharpur. Vishwa Hindu Parishad and Warkari Sect were present along with the Shankaracharya of Karveer Peeth. Shri Praveen Togadia international Chief Minister of Vishwa Hindu Parishad said, "Hindus should stop being tolerant and prepare to fight against Islamic Jihad. We all should oppose the anti-Superstition law, which is a ploy to end Hinduism! Government of Maharashtra is doing what Aurangzeb and Ravan did to Dharma"

This Virat Hindu Sammelan was organised by Vishwa Hindu Parishad jointly along with RSS on the Hundreth birth anniversary of the Second sarsanghchalak Shri Golwalkar Guruji.

Shri Ashok Singhal, President Vishwa Hindu Parishad said, "This law will convert all Hindu rituals into crimes. Hence it must be opposed. Will the Maharashtra Chief Minister, Vilasrao Deshmukh display the courage to arrest Benny Hinn for spreading Blind faith ? Maharashtra government has taken charge of Hindu temples, will government show the same courage with respect of mosques and Churches in Maharashtra and Goa ? Government does not give even a single paisa to people coming to this Sammelan, but for Haj Yatra it gives crores of Rupees. AP government says it will give reservations to muslims. But what about so many unemployed Hindu youths? Does the Central Government which did not hang the terrorists who attacked Indian Parliament under POTA belong to the Indians or Terrorists ?"

"Do not examine Religion, follow its principles!" – Shankaracharya, Karveerpeeth.

"India ruled by the 13.5% minorities!" – Shri Ashok Singhal
"India is ruled by the 13.5% minorities. Constitution has provided us with rights to give Education about our Religion, but we dont use that right. Muslims and Christians have made suitable arrangements in their Schools and Colleges. In a land of 80% Hindus, it is openly said that Ram and Krushna are imaginary or myths. It is openly said that Hindus are Foreigners (Aryans)! In the tribal places, people are converted to Christianity with false propaganda and by using money. All this should be stopped. Unless we act this is not going to stop. Hindus we must all unitedly act now or else, Hinduism will be in deep trouble."

Some Agreements in the meeting:
1. Banning cow slaughter.
2. Opposing government takeover of temples.
3. Passing Uniform Citizenship Law (Samaan Naagari Kaayda).
4. Removal of the Imbalance in Religious Demography.
5. Forming a uniform Hindu Society by removing Casteism.

"Existing laws sufficient to eradicate blind faith" – Mahant Sudheerdas Maharaj.
Mahant Sudheerdasji Maharaj said, "The present Indian Penal Code Sections 319, 336,299, 117 and 417 are sufficient to eradicate blind faith from society if implemented. New laws are not required. Yet, the Government of Maharashtra seems to be bent on suppressing the Religious activities of Hindus by imposing this new law. By this law, several Hindu rituals like Satyanarayan Mahapooja will be considered as Blind faith making Hindus subject to Legal action. Government is thus trying to interfere in the Religious matters of Hindus. Everyone present here please note that this law is not applicable to muslims and Christians ! Everyone should demand an explanation from the government regarding this!"

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