The Government is trying to enact the so-called anti-superstitions Bill under the influence of few atheists’ organisations that do not believe in God or Dharma and are associated with naxalite movement. Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) has made a demand that the proposed anti-superstitions Act imposing ban on religious matters should be quashed permanently. Read more »
The State Government did not present the anti-superstitions Bill during the Assembly session for discussions. Alleging that Sanatan Sanstha was responsible for the same, Prof. Shyam Manav, the President of all India Andha-shraddha Nirmulan Samiti has written two articles maligning Sanstha’s name. Read more »
In one district, agitation, in lawful manner, was held by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) against the anti-Superstitions Bill. Two policemen from the Inevstigation Bureau went to the venue of the agitation and conducted inquiry of HJS activists. Read more »
Mumbai: A memorandum demanding cancellation of the proposed Anti-Superstitions Act was presented on behalf of HJS to MLAs from Shiv Sena, BJP, MNS, Congress and NCP. Read more »
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