Hindu Janajagruti Samiti organized a ‘Hindu Rashtra-Jagruti Andolan’ in Dhanbad and Bokaro to demand that this Waqf Act be repealed immediately. After that, a memorandum was submitted to the Prime Minister via the administration. Read more »
A memorandum demanding passing of laws against ‘Love Jihad’ and ‘Conversion Ban’ in the upcoming session was submitted by a delegation the Hindu Janajagruti Samiti to Mr. Yogesh Kadam (Balasahebchi Shiv Sena MLA of Khed-Dapoli) and Mr. Shekhar Nikam (NCP MLA of Chiplun-Sangmeswar). Read more »
A delegation of the Ranragini branch of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti met Women and Child Development Minister Mangalprabhat Lodha on December 14 to demand strict laws to prevent love jihad and conversion in Maharashtra. Read more »
Karnataka home minister Araga Jnanendra on Monday said that the government would consider the demands for creating a new police unit for tackling ‘love jihad’. The assurance comes after a delegation of Hindu organisations met the minister at his official residence and submitted a memorandum. Read more »
A delegation of HJS met with Karnataka Education Minister BC Nagesh, Kannada and Culture Minister Sunil Kumar, BJP State Chief N. Ravikumar and other ministers and requested them to raise the serious issues like a ban on education imparted in madrassas, a ban on the ‘Popular Front of India’ (PFI) in the assembly. Read more »
A petition demanding armed protection for him was submitted to the City Magistrate Surendra Bahadur Singh of Varanasi by a delegation of devout Hindus led by HJS. The City Magistrate has assured that the said petition would be forwarded for appropriate action. Read more »
A delegation of HJS and activists of other Hindu organisations handed over a petition seeking immediate armed security cover to MLA T Rajasingh and stringent action against those who have been issuing death threats to him at various places in Maharashtra. Read more »
During immersion of Shri Ganesh idols on 4th September in Dhanora in Chopada Taluka police lathi charged Shri Ganesh devotees without reason. Hindu society and devout Hindus expressed their outrage before the District Collector of Jalgaon and demanded immediate suspension of such razakari type police officers. Read more »
Hindu Janajagruti Samiti and like-minded organizations submitted a petition to the Bhor administration seeking to practices, like immersing idols in artificial tanks, donation of worshipped idols etc. as well as to discourage the manufacture and sale of papier mache Ganesh idols (which have been termed as polluting by the NGT). Read more »
Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) had organised meetings to bring all Ganeshotsav mandals on one platform with the aim of using the Ganeshotsav to spread Dharma. These meetings received excellent response. Read more »
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