Progress of Hindus in the existing secular democracy is next to impossible – Chetan Rajhans, National Spokesperson, Sanatan Sanstha

Meeting for Hindu unification at Kosikalan (Uttar Pradesh)

Kosikalan (Uttar Pradesh) – Hindu society will neither progress nor receive protection from a political change or any particular political party. The existing secular democracy itself is created as anti-Hindu and pro-minority. Minorities are being protected by the Bharatiya Constitution so in such a political setup even if Hindu leaders such a s Yogi or Modi assume power then they are unable to bring about progress of Hindus. National Spokesperson for Sanatan Sanstha Mr.Chetan Rajhans said at the meeting organised for unification of Hindus by the ‘Deendayal Upaydhaya Smruti Manch’ that for their prosperity Hindus require a Hindu nation based on Dharma instead of a secular democracy. Activities of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti were explained by Mr. Shriram Luktuke. After this meeting it was decided to conduct a Dharmashikshan class every fortnight.

 

Bharat has been a Hindu nation since times immemorial – Chetan Rajhans

Agra – National Spokesperson for Sanatan Sanstha Mr. Chetan Rajhans, at the meeting held for unification of Hindus said Bharat never had a secular administrative system. All kings from Bharat, King Harishchandra, Prabhu Shrirama from Tretayug, Maharaj Yudhisthir from Dwaparyug, Emperor Chandragupta and Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj from Kaliyug, Krishnadevaraya from Vijaynagar, King Dahir of Afghanistan and Maharana Pratap of Rajasthan were not secular kings. Their kingdoms were Hindu states. At the time of independence 563 kings were ruling in the Hindu style. In 1947 Bharat was a Hindu nation but in 1976 Indira Gandhi declared it as secular. As this secular democracy has caused tremendous loss to both Bharat and Hindus today there is need for devout Hindus and Hindu activist organisations to unite to make Bharat a Hindu nation once again. Agra Co-ordinator for Hindu Janajagruti Samiti Mr. Thakur Singh explained objectives of the meeting. Mr. Shriram Luktuke of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti also attended the meeting along with representatives of different Hindu organisations. It was decided by the Hindu organisations to hold a meeting for unification of Hindus every fortnight.

Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat