We will establish the Hindu Rashtra through Constitutional means !  – ‘Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Rashtra Adhiveshan’

Panaji (Goa) – Hindu organisations unanimously agreed during the ‘Hindu Rashtra Sansad’ conducted under the 10th ‘Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Rashtra Adhiveshan’ that the Hindu Rashtra can be established Constitutionally and with the help of the Indian Parliament. From the Sansad, many good and legally sound resolutions have been generated, which we will be submitting to the Central Government. Along with this, the devout Hindu organisations unanimously supported the proposal to make Nepal a Hindu Rashtra again.

The ‘Hindu Rashtra Adhiveshan’ received an unprecedented response, which saw the participation of devout Hindus from 26 States in India, besides over 400 representatives of more than 177 organisations from the USA, Hong Kong, Nepal, Fiji and UK. This information was provided in the concluding Press Conference here by Sadguru (Dr) Charudatta Pingale (National Guide of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti).

Mr Ramesh Shinde (National Spokesperson of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti), Mr Ankit Salgaonkar (President of ‘Gomantak Hindu Pratishthan’), Mrs Esther Dhanraj (A scholar working against the religious conversions being carried out by missionaries in Telangana) and Mr Chetan Rajhans (National Spokesperson of Sanatan Sanstha) were present on the occasion.

Sadguru (Dr) Charudatta Pingale added that just as we have a Parliament of people’s representatives, a ‘Hindu Rashtra Sansad’ was conducted within the Adhiveshan for 3 days by representatives of Dharma who held discussions on subjects related to its welfare. The resolutions passed in this Sansad will be sent to people’s representatives. On the basis of these resolutions, discussions can take place in the Indian Parliament. For example – Laws should be presented as per the Bharatiya culture, creation of a Gurukul Education Council, financial assistance be provided to priests in temples and Vedapathashalas, defining the understanding of ‘minorities’ as at the world level, Shrimad Bhagavad Geeta be declared the National Scripture.

Mrs Esther Dhanraj (from Telangana) said that the Pope should seek forgiveness and publicly apologies for the inhuman cruelties perpetrated by the Christian missionaries on the Goans for over 250 years under the name of the ‘Inquisition’. Under the guise of religious conversions, efforts are being made to eliminate nationalism today. Therefore, religious conversions should be banned at the national level.

Mr Ankit Salgaonkar (from Goa) said that, ‘Dominic and Joe Ministry’ under the Believers Church based at Siolim (Shivali) has converted numerous Hindus over the past few years. In the name of curing illnesses, people are being sold oil that costs Rs 15 for Rs 100 – 150, and thus, being cheated. A Pastor of this Church did not use this so-called ‘Healing Oil’ on himself when he was sick but got admitted to a hospital. The innocent Hindus who have been entrapped by such missionaries must be made to understand this truth. Crores of Rupees are being collected through religious conversions. Pastor Dominic’s wealth and properties should be investigated by the ED. We demand this of the Goa Government.

 Mr Ramesh Shinde (who has authored a book on ‘Halal Jihad ?’ and studied this matter deeply) said that, Halal is mandatory for the Muslims, not for the people of other religions and sects. Even then, forcing ‘Halal Certified’ meat and other products on the Hindus, who are in majority, is against the freedom of religion (as enshrined in the Indian Constitution) and Consumer rights. This is why, cases must be filed against Multinationals such as MacDonald and KFC, which sell 100% ‘Halal Certified’ food items. Now, to oppose this ‘Halal Economy’, ‘Anti-Halal Action Committees’ are getting established at the District level. Through these, there is a plan to start agitations against the ‘Halal Economy’. We appeal that maximum number of people read the book ‘Halal Jihad ?’, which has been published by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti.

Mr Chetan Rajhans questioned – Why should cities and towns still be named after the invaders, who we fought and kicked out of India ? We have demanded from the Government that a ‘Central naming Commission’ be established to identify and rename cities, towns, roads, buildings, museums, etc. which still carry the names of foreign invaders. On these very lines, Vasco (a city in Goa), which is named after a foreign invader Vasco-da-Gama, be now called Sambhajinagar (after Chhatrapati Sambhaji Maharaj who fought to protect the Goans).

Ramesh Shinde,
(National Spokesperson, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti)

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