Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar should not be given shelter in India ! – Demand by devout Hindus
New Delhi : Rohingya Muslims driven out of Myanmar should not be given shelter in India; decision taken by Uttarakhand Government to allow special 90 minutes break to Muslims for reading ‘namaz’ should be cancelled and pro-Muslim matter about Gujarat riots published in 12th standard Civics text book published by NCERT should be removed, were the demands made through demonstrations staged at Jantar-Mantar under aegis of ‘Rashtriya Hindu Andolan (RHA)’. Representatives of Vedic Upasana Peetha, Sanatan Sanstha, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti along with many devout Hindus participated in the demonstrations.
Giving shelter to Rohingya Muslims will be dangerous for security of this country ! – Shri. Ramesh Shinde, national spokesperson, HJS
Bharat is a sovereign country and our borders are totally protected; then how did these Muslims enter without any VISA or passport in this country needs to be investigated. Three years back, Rohingya Muslims had staged riots at Azad Maidan in Mumbai; so, giving shelter to such people is a serious matter from the security viewpoint of our country. If NCERT books give information on Gujarat riots, why history of riots of Malda and Dhulagad staged by Muslims in Bengal, against Hindus is not taught ?
Injustice done to Hindus should be opposed by coming on streets ! – Shri. Rajiv Dogra
Rohingya Muslims are accommodated in India; but Hindu refugees don’t get place anywhere. Only posting ‘likes’ to such news on Facebook, Whats Ap etc is not enough; but injustice against Hindus should be opposed by coming on streets.
Atmosphere becoming charged with divine consciousness due to use of His Holiness Bhaktaraj Maharaj’s ‘dafli (tambourine)’
‘Dafli’ used by His Holiness Bhaktaraj Maharaj, ‘Satguru’ of ‘Paratpar Guru’ Dr. Jayant Athavale, the founder of Sanatan Sanstha was used for raising slogans during the demonstrations. Everyone present there felt that the sound of ‘dafli’ was spreading divine consciousness in the atmosphere.