As the Indian Constitution does not protect Hindu Dharma, formation of a Hindu nation is a must ! – Mr. Chetan Rajhans, Spokesperson, Sanatan Sanstha

A discourse at the District Bar
Association of Kushinagar (Uttar Pradesh)

Mr. Chetan Rajhans presenting the subject before the lawyers with Mr. Vishwanath Kulkarni seated on his left

Padrauna, Kushinagar (Uttar Pradesh) – Mr. Chetan Rajhans when speaking at a programme organised for ‘Kushinagar Bar Association’ lawyer, said that in all countries of the world the constitution protects the religion, culture, language and interest of the majority population there. Bharat is the only country where despite Hindus being in majority the constitution does not protect them at all. On the contrary its constitution protects the minority religions, culture, languages and interests. This goes against the constitutional right to equality.  As Hindu Dharma is not protected by Bharatiya constitution in any way majority Hindus with a population of 100 crores are living in society as second class citizens. Hindus are prohibited from teaching their religion in schools. Ritualistic worship (puja) of Deity Saraswati (Deity of knowledge) is prohibited. As against this minorities are granted full permission to teach their religions through their respective education societies. So in the best interest of Hindus they should form a Hindu nation making use of the constitution itself and to achieve this lawyers representing society will have to give their valuable contribution.

At that time the lawyers expressed the wish to hold another such programme for creating awakening about a Hindu nation and an exhibition on awakening of Dharma. At that time the Uttar Pradesh-Bihar Co-ordinator of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti Mr. Vishwanath Kulkarni spoke about the activities of the Samiti.

Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat