Stringent action should be taken against such malpractices and against those who sell chemical colours harmful to health and those, who forcibly smear colours on others or throw water-filled balloons at them, were some of the demands made by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) Read more »
Stop denigration of Deities and our great national leaders which is taking place through their pictures printed on crackers and impose ban on illegal sale of Chinese crackers were the demands made by HJS Read more »
Recently an HJS delegation met the SP Mahendra Pandit here and presented a petition requesting the administration to stop the malpractices that take place during Navratri and to ensure that the festival is celebrated in an ideal manner. The SP assured the delegation that those who indulge in malpractices during Navaratri and in the area around Khodaimata temple will be dealt with stringently. Read more »
Representation was submitted by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) to additional District Collector Shri. Dilip Jagadale on 23rd August for the demand that promotion of installing Shri Ganesh idols made of paper pulp should be stopped. Read more »
Demands to put curb over malpractices taking place during ‘Holi’ and ‘Rangpanchami’ festival, by deploying patrolling squads and to provide proper security to women and to take immediate action against persons involved in such malpractices, were made Read more »
HJS and other like-minded organizations undertook a drive on 21st March to prevent pollution of water. HJS activists and members of other organizations made a human-chain around Khadakwasla water reservoir under this drive. Read more »
Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) took initiative in submitting representations in Karnataka and Maharashtra states for various demands like prevention of malpractices taking place on the occasion of ‘Holi’ and ‘Ranga-panchami’ Read more »
HJS undertakes a drive every year for prevention of malpractices taking place in the background of ‘Holi’ festival and ‘Rang-panchami’. HJS submitted a representation demanding stringent action against those involved in malpractices; celebration of ‘Holi’ festival as per science and deployment of police patrolling squads during this period. Read more »
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