HJS submits memorandum to stop the dishonour of National Flag

Ashadh Krushna Navmi, 5111

Thane (Maharashtra):  Hindu Janjagruti Samiti (HJS) submitted a memorandum to Mr. Amol Yadav, the Deputy Collector of Thane and Mr. Anil Dhere, Police Commissioner, Thane, in order to stop the dishonour of the National flag. HJS also made the Collector and the Police Commissioner to realise that, the Government had no interest in arresting the disrespect of the flag, as it only sends circulars and does not take any action after that. The deligation also showed audio-video CD, titled ‘Stop dishonour of the National Flag’ to Mr. Anil Dhere and Mr. Sudhir Dabhade, deputy commissioner along with the deputy collector. One of the officers suggested that after deleting ‘What is going on in Kashmir’ and the name ‘Hindu Janajagruti Samiti’ from the CD and after getting it sanctioned by the Scrutiny commission, the CD could be shown. (Could the scrutiny commission under control by the Congress government would ever act on its own, impartially ? – Editor SP) It is mentioned in the memorandum that although government issues circular to stop the dishonour to the flag, that is not the  permanent solution to stop the menace and the dishonour continues on Independence Day on 15th August and Republic Day on 26th January. Government should solve the problem earnestly. They have also attached the information to the memorandum regarding the campaigns undertaken by the Samiti in this regard and public response to them and some pictures depicting dishonour caused to the flag. The delegation was lead by Mr. Anil More, Bajrangdal, devout Hindu Mr. Dhiren Popat, Mr. Ajay Sambhus, Mrs.

Shaila Ghag, Mrs. Manisha Kshirsagar, HJS, Mr. Subramanyam Tadgi and Mrs. Savita Lele, Sanatan Sanstha.   

Source: Dainik Sanatan Prabhat

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