Need to be prepared for sacrifice, like freedom fighters, to form a Hindu nation  – Mr. Abhay Vartak, Sanatan Sanstha

Campaigns launched to
commemorate the birth anniversary of founder of
Sanatan Sanstha Paratpar Guru (Dr.) Jayant Athavale

Seated from left to right Mr. Sangle, Mr. Vartak, Mr. Bansode, Miss Korgaonkar and Mrs. Vankhade compering

Shrirampur, May 5, 2018 (news) –The first ‘Hindu Rashtra Jagruti Sabha’ was held to commeorate the birth anniversary of the founder of Sanatan Sanstha, Paratpar Guru (Dr.) Jayant Athavale in Nagar District in Bhamathan close to Shrirampur. This meeting was addressed by Mr. Abhay Vartak of Sanatan Sanstha and Miss Pratiksha Korgaonkar of the Ranaragini Shakha of Hindu Janjagruti Samiti.

Need to be prepared for sacrifice, like freedom
fighters, to form a Hindu nation  – Mr. Abhay Vartak

Mr. Abhay Vartak said that a conspiracy of converting Hindus by luring them with incentives is going on on a large scale in Nagar District and has reached even Bhamathan. Villagers need to remain vigilant to stop this. If Hindus observe the religious code of conduct and perform acts like applying a tilak on the forehead etc then they will receive Divine blessings. Recollecting the valorous history of our country if we get prepared to sacrifice then it may become possible to form a Hindu nation.

Miss Pratiksha Korgaonkar of Ranaragini wing of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti said that all over the country atrocities against girls and women are increasing. Neither is a four year old girl child nor a seventy-five year old woman secure. Instead of turning to others for assistance women need to become strong and self-sufficient, only then will atrocities on them stop.

Others on the dais were Sarpanch Mr. Dinkarrao Bansode and Mr. Ramnath Sangle. Volunteers of Swarajya Pratishthan and Pavanputra Pratishthan made special efforts for the success of the Sabha which was attended by more than 200 people.

Highlights

Two local youth did propaganda for the Hindu Rashtra Jagruti Sabha through propaganda processions organised in 7 villages.

Source : Daily Sanatan Prabhat