For the last 19 years, the Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) has been using various media to create awareness about the ‘Respect National Flag’ campaign. Due to untiring efforts HJS has succeeded in ending 95% of production of plastic National Flags and the subsequent denigration of the Flag. Read more »
On behalf of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti’s ‘Surajya Abhiyan’, Dr. Manoj Solanki demanded that action must be taken against those who sell masks, T-shirts etc. with the National Flag as a part of the design. A petition in this regard has also been forwarded to the Union Home Minister, Hon. Shri, Amit Shah. Read more »
Representation demanding that the Government should take steps to stop denigration/dishonour of the national flag on the occasion of the Independence Day, was submitted to the Administration, Police and schools – colleges in Kolhapur District. Read more »
A memorandum was submitted by HJS to the City Magistrate Surendra Madhav Singh, Divisional Commissioner Deepak Agrawal, and Additional Police Commissioner (Headquarters and Crime) Santosh Kumar Singh as a part of the ‘Respect National Flag drive’. Read more »
A total of 30 national flags, 12 banners with a picture of Shri Ram, and 4 banners with a picture of Ram and Hanuman were found, which were used to make bundles of scrap in the godown. Read more »
It should be noted that Hindu Janajagruti Samiti is running ‘Respect National Flag’ campaign for more than a decade now, which is bearing fruits regarding preserving the dignity of our national flag ! Read more »
On 15th August, i.e. on Independence Day, a drive for maintaining honour of the national flags was undertaken by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) all over the State of Karnataka. Read more »
HJS participates in a debate on maintaining the honour of the national flag organised by ‘Akhil Bharatiya Grahak Parishad’ Read more »
Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) held an online lecture at Rajkamal Vidya Mandir on the topic of ‘Maintain the honour of national flag!’, on 15th August, in the background of Independence Day Read more »
Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) had organised an online quiz program in the background of 15th August for children from North India. Young activists from North India spontaneously publicize the online quiz program ! Read more »
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