The Central Government should frame laws in the Parliament for protection of religious traditions Demands made by Rashtriya Hindu Andolan

 

Memoranda on different
demands submitted to District Collectors

Ratnagiri – Under the banner of the Rashtriya Hindu Andolan Hindu activist organisations started a demonstration at the victory pillar in the city demanding protection of religious traditions in the Shabrimala temple by the Central Government, by creating laws in the Parliament and immediate withdrawal of charges against agitating devotees.

Faith of Hindus has to be respected –
Prasad Mhaiskar, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti

In Kerala the Supreme Court has given a verdict permitting women of all age groups to enter the Shabrimala temple. Appealing against this verdict, lakhs of devotees of Bhagwan Ayyappa held huge protest rallies, agitations etc. in a peaceful manner, to protect the traditions of the temple. Yet these agitators too have been arrested. So that charges against them are withdrawn and to release them soon and also so that neither the Government nor court interfere with any Hindu seat of worship there is need to enact a law in Parliament. In a country with majority Hindus faith of Hindus has to be respected.

Ban on fireworks must be imposed from 25th December
to 1st January – Vinod Gadikar, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti

Permission has been granted to light fireworks on the night of Christmas and New Year from 11.55 p.m. to 12.30 a.m. 20% population of Bharat is suffering from starvation, deprived of water for drinking and and farming, malnutrition, security and medical facilities. In such circumstances is it appropriate for citizens to blow up money in fireworks ? Hence the Supreme Court should implement the judgement and should ban fireworks from 25th December to 1st January and also ban fireworks made in China.

Stringent action should be taken against officers
who are deliberately postponing implementation
of this judgement – Paresh Gujrathi, Sanatan Sanstha

All investiagtions are being carried out presuming that murders of Communists have been committed by Hindu activist organisations. Hence volunteers of different Hindu activist organisations are being arrested along with seekers from Sanatan Sanstha and volunteers of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti. We therefore appeal that the courts complete the hearings quickly and bring the truth before the public. Unwarranted demands are being made to ban Sanatan Sanstha and Hindu Janajagruti Samiti. If such proposals are put before the Government then they should be dismissed. By giving fake news consistently Sanatan Sanstha, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti, Hindu Govansh Raksha Samiti, Shri Shivapratishthan Hindusthan, Shivasena, Shrirama Sena etc and their volunteers are being defamed unreasonably by the media. Hindu activists will unnecessarily remain in Police custody due to adjournment of the case. So fast track hearings of all these cases should be held and stringent action should be taken against the officials responsible for their adjournment.

Sunburn festival needs to be banned not only in
Maharashra but in the whole country as demanded
by public in Goa – Sanjay Joshi, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti

Attacks on our Dharma are growing day-by-day. The Sunburn festival organised in Pune is a part of this. That is why the youth in Bharat are becoming victims of narcotic substances. If the Department of Tourism wishes to encourage foreign tourists then it should nurture different forms of art and culture to which they will get attracted. But they should not use the Sunburn festival which encourages western perversions and drags the youth of Bharat into the trap of narcotics, to achieve this. Like the Goan public we should demand a ban on it not only in Maharashtra but in the whole of Bharat, to preserve the identity of Bharat is what we are demanding through this agitation. Those who participated in this agitation were Founder President of Hindavi Swarajya Pratishthan in Rajapur Mr. Mahesh Mayekar, Mr. Sushil Kadam of Shri Shivapratishthan Hindusthan, Treasurer of Shivasmruti Mandal Mr. Avinash Patankar and Hindu activist Mr. Bapusheb Patil. Mrs. Madhavi Gudekar of Ranaragini Shakha addressed the gathering. The agitation was compered by Mr. Mahesh Lad.

After the agitation at Ratnagiri the Additional District Collector Babasaheb Beldar was served a memorandum in the presence of Mr. Suresh Shinde and Mr. Vinod Gadikar of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti, Founder President of Hindavi Swarajya Pratishthan Mr. Mahesh Mayekar, Mr. Sushil Kadam of Shri Shivapratishthan Hindusthan, Treasurer of Shivasmruti Mandal Mr. Avinash Patankar and Mr. Hrushikesh Gurav.

Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat