A delegation of the Hindu Janajagruti Samiti submitted a memorandum to the Deputy Collector, North Goa on Thursday, appealing for a ban on the festival, scheduled to be held at the Vagator beach from December 28 to 31. Read more »
The Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) has appealed to North Goa Collector Ms. Mamu Hage (IAS) to withdraw permission given to the ‘Sunburn’ festival, which is going to be held in Goa from the 27th to 30th December 2022, through a memorandum. Read more »
The deaths of three tourists at the recent Sunburn festival in Goa are widely being seen as the latest example of a direct link between EDM festivals and alleged use of illegal substances. Read more »
About 35-50 devout Hindu activists including members of ‘Gurudev Seva Mandal’, ‘Mahila Utthan Mandal’, Sanatan Sanstha and Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) joined the demonstrations. Read more »
HJS and various pro-Hindu organizations submitted representation to Revenue Nayab Tehasildar Nilesh Dake with various demands such as protecting religious traditions in Sabarimala Temple Read more »
Protest against ‘Sunburn festival’, glorifying western culture, was held on behalf of villagers of Bavdhan, Lavale and surrounding areas, HJS and other devout Hindu organisations at Chandani Chowk Read more »
Villagers of Lavale – Bavdhan held a village-meeting on 15th December and passed a resolution unanimously to cancel the permission given to Sunburn. Thereafter the villagers stopped the crane levelling the ground at Oxford Golf Resort. Read more »
We protest against those permitting Sunburn because Government gets tax from them. Are criminal charges registered on us because they do not get tax from our festivals ? There are restrictions on sound during Dahihandi and Ganesh festival. Are such restrictions posed upon Sunburn ? Read more »
Panaji (Goa): Bowing to pressure from the moral brigade, Right-wing Hindu Janajagruti Samiti and a BJP legislator, the district administration on Thursday revoked permission to the Chakraview festival. Read more »
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