‘1000+ devout Hindus enthusiastically took part in the 12th edition of the ‘Vaishvik Hindu Rashtra Mahotsav’

All the Hindu organisations that attend the ‘Vaishvik Hindu Rashtra Mahotsav’ every year from inland and overseas, so also all the Hindu organisations associated with the concept of the ‘Hindu Rashtra’ have decided to work through the medium of ‘Hindu Rashtra Samanvay Samiti’ for the whole year. An attempt to create a Hindu ‘Ecosystem’ will be made through this process. Few years back we could say that there were atrocities against Hindus in Kashmir, Bengal only; however, today this menace has spread across the country. Therefore, a ‘pressure group’ will be brought into force that will compel the Government to take notice of the issues faced by Hindus. The appeasement of minorities in the name of Secularism should be stopped and the mission of establishing the ‘Hindu Rashtra’ will be speeded up across the country by starting a national level mass movement against the injustices on Hindu society, informed Mr Sunil Ghanwat (State Coordinator, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti, Maharashtra and Chhattisgarh) at the closing Press Conference of the ‘Vaishvik Hindu Rashtra Mahotsav’.

He was speaking at a Press Conference held at Hotel ‘Pan Aroma’ in Ponda (Goa). At the time, the State Secretary of Gomantak Mandir Mahasangh Mr Jayesh Thali, Goa State Secretary of Hindu Vidhidnya Parishad Adv. Nagesh Joshi and South Goa State Coordinator of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti Mr Satyavijay Naik were present.

Over 1000 delegates representing various organisations from countries such as USA, Singapore, Ghana (South Africa), Indonesia, Nepal as well as those from 26 States of India participated in the 7-day Hindu Convention held at Shri Ramnath Devasthan, Ponda, Goa from 24th to 30th June 2024. The delegates included scholars, experts, journalists, Saints, Dharmacharyas, trustees of temples, priests, advocates, Hindu devotees, entrepreneurs from various fields, etc.

Resolution to establish a ‘Hindu Rashtra’ in India and to liberate temples at Kashi & Mathura unanimously passed in the ‘Vaishvik Hindu Rashtra Mahotsav’

Hindu Janajagruti Samiti’s Mr Sunil Ghanwat further said that in this Convention the following Resolutions were passed unanimously amid chants of ‘Har Mahadev’ – To Declare India and Nepal as Hindu Rashtra’; To free Hindu temples of Kashi-Mathura etc. from encroachment and hand them over to Hindus; To enact strict Anti-conversion and Anti-cow-slaughter Laws; To ban Halal Certification; To repeal the Government takeover of Hindu Temples; To Abolish ‘Places of Worship’ and ‘Waqf’ Acts; To Enact Population Control Legislation; To Rehabilitate Kashmiri Hindus; To lift the ban in Goa on Shri Ram Sena’s Mr Pramod Mutalik; To expel the Rohingya and Bangladeshi infiltrators; To bring the OTT platforms under the purview of Law; To ban gambling ways such as Online Rummy. These Resolutions will soon be sent to the Union and State Governments.

At the time Mr Satyavijay Naik of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti said that during this Convention it was decided to implement a Common Point Programme to create awareness in the society about establishing the ‘Hindu Rashtra’. Accordingly, in the coming year it has been decided during the Convention to implement various activities such as awareness meetings and agitations regarding ‘Hindu Rashtra Coordinating Committee’, ‘Hindu Rashtra Convention’, ‘Enlightenment meeting in temples’, ‘Organising State-level Temple Conventions at many places across the country’, ‘Love Jihad’, ‘Halal Jihad’, etc. If Hindu Dharma is attacked or denigrated through drama, film or any other medium, it will be strongly opposed.

Will build a Nationwide movement to liberate ‘Hindu’ temples from the clutches of the ‘secular Government’

At the time, the Secretary of Gomantak Mandir Mahasangh Mr Jayesh Thali said that during the last two years, ‘Mandir Sanskruti Raksha Abhiyan’ was implemented through the medium of the Convention. As a result, ‘Dress Code’ has been implemented in 710 temples and efforts will be made to implement Dress Code in other temples as well. Over 14,000 temples across the country have united under the banner of Mandir Mahasangh. To make this unity under the Mahasangh more expansive, small and big temples across the country will also be involved in Mahasangh’s activities. Through this unity, efforts will be made to solve the problems faced by the temples, along with taking care of their security and conservation. Just like Maharashtra, Karnataka and Goa, to bring the temples in other States under one banner, State level Temple Meetings will be organised at many places on behalf of Mandir Mahasangh. The Secular Government has taken over over 4,50,000 Hindu temples across the country. A nationwide campaign will be implemented to free these temples from Government control. At the same time, agitations to ban alcohol and meat sale within 100 meters of the temple premises, will be organised legally.

On this occasion, Goa State Secretary of Hindu Vidhidnya Parishad Advocate Nagesh Joshi said that over 215 advocates from across the country participated in ‘Hindu Rashtra Mahotsav’. The fight is on for the liberation of major Hindu temples like Kashi, Mathura, Bhojshala, etc. At present, urban Naxalists are systematically engaging Hindus in false cases of ‘hate speech’ across the country. It is often experienced that departments of Publicity, Administration and Judiciary are filled with people with communist ideas. They have an Ecosystem in place which is trying to attack Hindu Dharma. To fight against this Ecosystem, we will also have to further strengthen the unity of advocates.

The Convention was telecast live on Hindu Janajagruti Samiti’s YouTube channel ‘HinduJagruti’ and facebook.com/hjshindi1. As a result, lakhs of people watched the Convention.

Mr Ramesh Shinde, National Spokesperson, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti,

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