Successful drive by HJS against anti-superstitions Bill proposed by Karnataka Govt

Positive response by 20 Congress ministers to HJS !

Issue regarding continuous murders of Hindu leaders raised in Karnataka Legislative Assembly session

Captain Ganesh Karnik (on extreme right) was handed over representation by HJS members

Belgaum : Karnataka Government’s Legislative Assembly session was held from 22nd November to 3rd December at Belgaum. The State Government had planned to present anti-superstitions Bill during this session. Volunteers of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS), on receiving information about the same, met 20 Congress ministers and tried to explain their stance against the proposed anti-superstitions Bill. Shri. Mohan Gowda, the Coordinator of HJS told them about the shortcomings in this Bill. All Ministers listened to the stand taken by HJS and responded positively. Few ministers said that they were against the said Bill and few others said that they would discuss the matter about presenting the Bill in Legislative Assembly.

Delegation of HJS met Chief Minister Siddharamaiya and explained to him about the faults in the proposed Bill. Shri. Mohan Gowda, advocate Chetan Manerikar, Shri. Kashinath Shetty, Shri. Ashok Bhoj, Shri. Vijay Nandkar, Sou. Vidula Haladipur and Dr. Anjesh Kanagalekar participated in this drive.

Hindus’ opinion would be taken into account ! – Shri. Anjaneyalu, Minister – Social Welfare

Opinion expressed by HJS on the proposed anti-superstitions Bill will be taken into account. A special meeting will be held with secretary of Parliamentary Affairs for discussing this Bill, informed Social Welfare Minister Shri. Anjaneyalu

BJP MLAs bombard questions during Assembly session on killings of Hindus’ leaders

On 30th November, volunteers of HJS met BJP MLAs and demanded that they should raise the issue of killings of pro-Hindu leaders during Legislative Assembly session. Accordingly, BJP- MLAs did present the issue during Legislative Assembly session; demanding in-depth investigations. Issue regarding ban on ‘Popular Front of India’ was also raised during the session.

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