If Hindus unite ‘Baang’ in mosques will be followed with ‘Vande Mataram’

Pune:The dream of ‘Hindavi Swaraj’ seen in Lal Mahal was brought into reality by Shaniwar Wada. Today I am thinking about the same thing on this auspicious land. If Hindus come together forgetting their differences of castes and creeds, the unity will be impenetrable and then the ‘baang’ in mosques will be followed with ‘Vande Mataram’.

Shri. Milind Ekbote, the municipal councilor elected as an independent candidate, was expressing his views in a program held outside the Lal Mahal. All other religions revere their ‘motherland’. It is wrong to refuse singing ‘Vande Mataram’ on the pretext of Quran. We must feel that we are the children of this motherland forgetting our language, caste and party.

A leader of Maharashtra Nav-nirman Sena said that opposition to sing ‘Vande Mataram’ is a siren to warn us that the future of this country is in danger. Hindus are slaughtered in Kashmir and terrorists are enjoying life. On the lines of Gujarat, it is necessary to develop ‘Hindu Shakti’. H. Dev Gopal Shastriji said that just because ‘Vande Mataram’ is in Sanskrit, there is opposition as Sanskrit is a language of Hindus. Had this song been written in ‘Urdu’, would it have faced such opposition? He asked. Members of many Hindu organizations and Ganesh Mandals attended the meeting.

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