Patriotic Indians took to Twitter and started tweeting with hashtag #RespectNationalFlag. Soon it became one of the top 10 national trends on Twitter in India. It was on 4th spot for few hours. Read more »
‘Indian National Flag’ is a matter of pride for crores of Indians. Leave alone a few exceptions, to use the National Flag for some other purpose is a cognizable and non-bailable offence. Still, without bothering about the sensitivity of the topic, some e-commerce establishments such as Amazon, Indiamart, Fameusshop, Myntra, Snapdeal, Flipkart, etc. are selling … Read more
Hindu Janajagruti Samiti took to Twitter to create awareness among people with hashtag #RespectNationalFlag. It received very good response from patriots and in the morning on 23 January 2020, this hashtag was in top 10 national trends in Twitter. Read more »
HJS has demanded through representation submitted to Yavatmal DSP M Rajkumar and Dy. DC Lalitkumar Varade on 9th January that action should be taken as per the decision taken by the Govt imposing ban on use of plastic Read more »
Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) held lectures at schools, colleges, residential colonies, festival committees etc in the background of Independence Day, for creating awareness amongst people towards prevention of abuse of national flags. Read more »
Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS)’s Dr. Anjesh Kanagalekar gave guidance to students of ‘Balika Adarsh Vidyalaya’ at Tilakwadi on 15thAugust on the occasion of Independence Day. 900 girl-students from 1st to 10th standard were present. Read more »
Representation was submitted to additional District Collector by HJS for creation of awareness amongst people towards preventing abuse of national flags taking place through use of plastic national flags on the occasion of Independence Day. Read more »
Plastic national flags are sold in market on large scale on the occasion of 15th August and these flags are later trampled which is an insult of national flags; therefore, HJS undertook a drive all over the country, for maintaining honour of national flags. Read more »
Drive undertaken by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) for maintaining honour of national flags received spontaneous response in the district. Owing to awareness created by HJS through similar drive undertaken last year, ten wholesalers of national flags avoided selling plastic national flags. Read more »
Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) undertook drive for maintaining honour of national flags under which representations were submitted on 14th August at G. R. Warange High School and Junior College, to the Principal Shri. J. S. Shete by devout Hindu activists Read more »
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