How can one think about people’s welfare by filing cases against those who pray for people’s welfare ? Maharashtra Prevention and Eradication of Human Sacrifice and other Inhuman, Evil and Aghori Practices and Black Magic Act, 2013 law is being used as a weapon to attack Hindu Dharma. The Government should foil the conspiracy of MANiS and repeal this Act. Read more »
In Bharat, calling Martand Temple ‘Shaitan ki gufa’ & shooting dance for the film Maqbool is ok but doing Hindu rituals there is not. This is what this pseudo-secularism has done to Bharat. Read more »
The Odisha state cabinet approved amendments to the Sri Jagannath Temple Act of 1954, simplifying issues pertaining to land owned by the temple. Read more »
Several superstitious practices, including made snana, astrology and animal sacrifices would be dropped from the draft Bill, according to Revenue Minister Kagodu Thimmappa. Read more »
Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) has been meeting MLAs and submitting representations to them for opposing to the proposed Bill on anti-superstitions Act. Read more »
HJS submitted a representation to Shiv Sena’s MLA demanding appointment of Administrator on Andha-shraddha Nirmulan Samiti (ANiS) which is involved in financial scam with the funds obtained by way of donations from India as well as from other countries. Read more »
HJS submits representations to MLAs from various parties demanding cancellation of proposed Bill of anti-Superstitions Act and imposition of ban on ‘Popular Front of India’ ! Read more »
Shri. Mohan Gowda, Shri. Kashinath Shetty, advocate Chetan Manerikar and Sou. Vidula Haldipur met the State Energy Minister D. K. Shivkumar of Karnataka State Read more »
Recently local ‘Hindutvavadis’ staged demonstrations at the famous Rayanna Chowk to oppose passing of anti-superstitions Act. Read more »
Press conference held by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) to oppose ‘the Anti-superstitions Act , 2016’ proposed to be passed by the Karnataka Government Read more »
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