Hindus should move Swami Laxmananandaji’s work ahead!

Bhadrapad Shuddha Dwadashi

Mumbai: Swami Laxmanananda Saraswati fought against assault on Hindu Dharma by Christian missionaries and throughout his life tried was engaged in creating awareness among Hindus, who were mostly tribal Hindus, towards their Dharma. He continued his mission till his last breath and even sacrificed his life for the cause. Now all Hindus have to carry on his mission and protect Hindu Dharma by coming together. The above views were expressed by Shri. Ashok Sahu, former Director General of Police (DGP), Assam, a devout Hindu and the President of ‘Hindu Jagaran Saumukhya’ committee.

A meeting was held on behalf of Hindu Manavadhikar Manch (HMM) and Committee to pay Homage to Pujya Swami Laxmananandaji Saraswati at Andhra Mahasabha hall in Dadar. The meeting was attended by Swami Rajendranandaji Saraswati, disciple of Swami Vishweshwaranandaji Saraswati, ‘Muthadhipati’ of famous Sansysashram from Vile Parle and Shri. Arvind Vitthal Kulkarni, senior journalist and main activist of HMM.     

Why would Maoists kill saints when their main enemies are police?  

Shri Sahu said further that there were 9 attempts on life of Swami Laxmananand Saraswatiji. He had also received a letter threatening him and it was found that the local Christians and church were involved in the same. How can the Government suddenly declare that Swamiji was killed by Maoists? Why would they kill saints when their main enemies are police? 

Maoists do not fire so wildly

Shri. Sahu said, “Maoists do not waste bullets. They never use their full stock of bullets as they want to protect themselves on their way back too. Besides, modern guns like AKF 47 are given only to terrorists. In view of the same, Maoists must not have been involved in this attack. In this attack, 25-30 persons entered a small bathroom and fired wildly. 70 bullet marks were found on the walls of the bathroom which was a waste and is not the style of Maoists. The Orissa Government is misleading people by including names of Maoists.”

Bishops file affidavit in Supreme Court by making false propaganda about funeral march

Shri. Sahu said that after killing swamiji, Christians from Orissa and Assam started false propaganda against Hindus that they were troubling Christians and misguiding people. Arch Bishop Rafael from Assam even filed an affidavit directly in Supreme Court to stop rally of Hindus carrying ‘asthi-kalash’ and even meeting to pay homage to swamiji. False  propaganda was made against Hindus oppressing Christians, Christian women being molested and looted etc. Thinking that Dr. Pravin Togadia will be joining the rally carrying ‘Asthi-kalash’ of swamiji, Christians are feeling threatened and making such outcry. They are demanding ban on the rally.

In fact, the gross body of swamiji was not cremated but was given ‘samadhi’ so there is no question of his ‘asthis’ and no such rally either. Till the last moment, there was no mention of Dr. Togadia.  But even Supreme Court has passed an unjust order imposing curfew in Orissa without verifying the facts.” Shri. Sahu said that in Orissa, the Government is throttling Hindus to keep Christians happy. Now it has become imperative for Hindus to unite for their existence.

Source:
Daily Sanatan Prabhat

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