‘Maintain sanctity of National Flag’ drive by HJS

Shravan Krushna Chaturthi, 5111

Representations submitted to Kedgaon, Yavat and Supe (Pune Dist.) police station to prevent denigration on National Flags

Kedgao (Maharashtra): As a part of the drive undertaken by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) to prevent denigration of National Flag, representations were submitted to Kedgaon Grampanchayat, Kedgaon police station, Yavat police station and Supe police station (Taluka Baramati). Dr. Nivrutti Lonkar, the president of Swatantryaveer Savarkar Yuva Vichar Manch, Kedgaon wrote down the representation on his letterhead and submitted the same. He is also personally contacting all schools in Kedgaon and creating awareness towards the abuse of the National Flag.

Mr. Vitthal Shelake, Mr. Dnyandev Gaikwad, Mr. Pramod Nimbalkar, a member of Kedgaon Gram Panchayat, social worker Mr. Ravindra Pasalkar, Mr. Sadashivrao Lakade of Shiv Sena, Dr. Ganesh Nivrutti Lonkar, treasurer of Swatantryaveer Savarkar Yuva Vichar Manch, Mrs. Sushama Chandurkar of HJS and Mrs. Manik Supekar of Sanatan Sanstha were present with Dr. Lonkar for submission of the representation.

Representation also submitted at Tehsildar’s office in Roha (Dist. Raigad)

Roha (Maharashtra): Members of HJS along with other devout Hindus submitted a representation at the Tehsildar’s office in connection with prevention of abuse of National Flags on the occasions of national festivals like 15th August and 26th January. Mr. Suresh Purohit of HJS, Mr. Nagaraj Gauda, Mr. Bapu Gokhale of Sanatan Sanstha along with other devout Hindus were present on the occasion. 

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