Huge rally at Bengaluru under the aegis of ‘Ek Bharat’ movement for displaced Kashmiri Pundits

Unified presentation of pro-Hindu organizations from all over India !

There is danger of creation of thousands of Kashmir in this country if BJP Govt. did not agree to Kashmiri Pundits’ demand of ‘Panun Kashmir’ ! – Pramod Mutalik

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Representatives of pro-Hindu organizations from all over India paying homage to martyr soldiers sacrificing life for Kashmir

Bengaluru : Kashmiri Hindus were the first victims of jihadi terrorism in India, in the year 1990 and they had to leave Kashmir for saving own life and prevent oppression of their women. They had to stay in various parts of India as refugees. In these 26 years, many Governments ruled this country; but no serious efforts were made to solve the problem of Kashmiri Hindus. As a result, Kashmiri Pundits have not been able to go back to Kashmir valley; but jihadi terrorism from Kashmir has spread all over the country. Thousands of Kashmirs are being created all over the country and soon situation will arise when Hindus will have to leave from there. If we take example of a metro city like Bengaluru, there are 32 places where even armed policemen cannot enter in broad daylight. People should be aware of this problem and treason spreading like cancer in this country, should be stopped. The above views were expressed by Shri. Pramod Mutalik, the Founder President of Sriram Sena. A rally was held on the ground of Ram Mandir at Rajajinagar on behalf of Rashtra Jagruti Samiti, in support of demand made by Kashmiri Pundits for a separate union territory as ‘Panun Kashmir’. Shri. Mutalik addressed that rally. Chiefs of various pro-Hindu organizations from all over the country were present on the occasion.

Shri. Mutalik expressed displeasure over restrictions imposed on a patriot like him; whereas people like Kanhaiyakumar raising anti-national slogans were not imprisoned.

Even at the age of 85 years I get agitated against anti-national activities ! – Dr. M. Chidanandamurty, senior historian

Dr. Chidanandamurty, a senior historian said, “Even at the age of 85 years, I get agitated on looking at anti-national activities and writings. My body has aged but not my mind. (If love and respect towards Dharma like Dr. M. Chidanandamurty is created amongst Hindu youth, establishment of Hindu Rashtra is not far off ! – Editor, Dainik Sanatan Prabhat) Act should be passed in this country banning conversions. Weekly holiday declared by the British on Sundays, should be given on Monday. Instead of India, we should say Bharat.

BJP should break its alliance with PDP which is the main supporter of separatists ! – Dr. Agnishekhar, national Coordinator, ‘Panun Kashmir’

Dr. Agnishekhar, national Coordinator of ‘Panun Kashmir’ organization who had come from Jammu, said that Kashmir was connected to Bharat since the period of ‘Vedas’. Its language, culture, citizens and history, everything belongs to Bharat. Rajkavi Bilhan from Karnataka was a Kashmiri. A book titled ‘Sangeet Ratnakar’ which is an important part of Karnataka music was written by Sharang Dev from Kashmir. Adya Shankaracharya brought Sharadadevi from Kashmir to South India and worshipped her as Sharadamba. Kashmir is thus an integral part of Bharat. Existence of Hindus in Kashmir means existence of Bharat in Kashmir. Otherwise separatist factions are hatching different conspiracy. Indians should therefore, unite in support of Kashmiri Pundits. We didn’t expect anything from previous Government; but BJP has joined PDP and their stance is not proper. It took 2 months to form this coalition because Jammu-Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti openly said that there was delay due to holding discussions with and getting approval of separatists; therefore, her party took 2 months. BJP should therefore, break the coalition with PDP as it is the promoter of separatists. Present Government’s agenda of alliance is considered as agenda of betrayal by us. BJP- PDP coalition Government is telling Kashmiri Pandits that they would be sent to their original homes and they would be integrated in ‘Kashmiriyat’ which in a way means, we will be thrown in terrorism pre-dominant atmosphere and our Dharma and traditions will be eliminated; because there is nothing like ‘Kashmiriyat’. NIT’s patriotic students from Kashmir were beaten up and harassed as they opposed to anti-national slogans like ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ and they raised slogans acclaiming Bharatmata. How can then we, as devotees of Bharatmata remain safe there; so, we want ‘Panun Kashmir’ as a union territory where article 370 would not be applicable.”

Shri. Ramesh Shinde, national spokesperson of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) explained the nation-wide movement proposed to be undertaken in support of ‘Panun Kashmir’ and its extent. He made an appeal to all, to join the movement.

Shri. Amrutesh N P, advocate practising in Bengaluru High Court, Siddhalinga Swamiji of Shri Karuneshwar Mutt, senior advocate S. Dorairaju, Shri. Arjun Sampath of ‘Hindu Makkal Kachhi’, Shri. Radhakrushnan, Shiv Sena’s State-Chief for Tamil Nadu; Shri. T. N. Murari, Shiv Sena’s State-Chief for Telangana and Andhra Pradesh; advocate Shri. Hari Shankar Jain from ‘Forum for Hindu Justice’; Shri. Murali Sharma and Shri. Anil Dheer of ‘Bharat Raksha Manch’, Odisha; Shri. Rahul Kaul of ‘Panun Kashmir’s Youth Wing and Shri. R. K. Mattu, Kashmiri leader from Bengaluru were present on the occasion.

Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat

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