Tamil Nadu : Hindu advocates resolve to unite and work for protection of Dharma

Meeting of pro-Hindu advocates in Tamil Nadu

Chennai : A meeting of pro-Hindu advocates fighting for protection of Hindus’ rights was recently held at Kaliganbal temple. Advocate Ezhumalai, the President of ‘Tamil Nadu Advocates’ Sena’ had organized this meeting. Advocate Amrutesh N. P., Vice President of Karnataka High Court’s Bar Council and a representative of Hindu Vidhidnya Parishada (HVP), Karnataka, Advocate Vishnu Jain, practising in Supreme Court and member of ‘Hindu Front for Justice’; Advocate Virendra Ichalkaranjikar, the President of HVP led this meeting which was attended by 20 advocates besides 40 devout Hindus from Hindu Mahasabha and Shiv Sena. 

1. Advocate Jain said that emphasis should be given on filing of petitions by Hindus for their demands in Supreme Court. He said that it was necessary that the Court should become aware of Hindus’ demands.

2. Advocate Virendra Ichalkaranjikar explained about use of right to information Act (RTI) for obtaining information on the activities of the Government and anti-Hindus which would strengthen our cases in legal battles.

3. Advocate Amrutesh N P said that demands for imposition of ban on tours of Christian missionary Benny Henn and anti-Hindu Zakir Naik in Karnataka were accepted owing to unification of advocates.

Success of pro-Hindu advocates in activities related to protection of Hindu Dharma

1. Advocate Harishankar Jain, father of Advocate Vishnu Jaim won the case related to performing ‘puja’ of Sriram on ‘Rama-janma-bhoomi’ in Ayodhya.

2. Hindu Vidhidnya Parishad was successful in bringing forth information, under RTI Act, about misappropriation of funds collected in Saibaba Mandir, Shirdi; Siddhivinayak Mandir, Mumbai; Mahalakshmi Mandir, Kolhapur and Vitthal Mandir, Pandharpur.   

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