November 11, 2013
Kartik Shukla Navmi, Kaliyug Varsha 5115
‘Communal Violence Bill’ is a conspiracy to appease minorities ! – Jaibhagavan Goyal
New Delhi : ‘Religious and Targeted violence Prevention Act’ is a big conspiracy of the Central Government to suppress Hindus and appease Muslims. By trying to pass such Act, the Government is socially demoralising Hindus. To get votes of minorities in the forthcoming elections in 2014, Congress Government is in such a hurry to pass this Act. All Hindus need to strongly oppose this Act. It is necessary for all pro-Hindu organisations to unite for fighting against this calamity befalling their Dharma. The above views were expressed by Shri. Jaibhagavan Goyal, the Chief of ‘Rashtravadi Shiv Sena’ and Convener of ‘Hindu Alliance’ while taking part in the demonstrations held at ‘Jantar Mantar’, New Delhi by ‘Rashtreeya Hindu Andolan’ against the ‘Religious and targeted violence Prevention Act, 2011’. 35 devout Hindus participated in the demonstrations when staunch pro-Hindu Shri. Vinod Sarvodaya from Gaziabad, who has been creating awareness amongst Hindus towards this Act, also addressed the demonstrators. He said that the said Act is even more dangerous than ‘Jizia’ Act; therefore, Hindus have to oppose it, he appealed. Shri. Rakesh Gorkha, the spokesperson of ‘Akhil Bharat Hindu Yuvak Sabha’ said that if such Act was passed, it would become difficult for Hindus to even openly say ‘Bharat Mata ki Jai’.
Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS)’s Shri. Suresh Munjal, Thalua Club’s Shri. Rudra Ravi Sharma, devout Hindus, viz. Shri. O. P. Trehan, Shri. Vipul Khanna, Shri. Ravi Kataria, Sanatan Sanstha’s Sou. Swanandi Jadhav, ‘Ranaragini’s Kum. Manisha Mahur and HJS’ Shri. Chandraprakash and Daivesh Redkar expressed their views.
Hindu youth wearing ‘Cross’, removed it after creating awareness in him !
During the demonstrations, few Hindu youth had come to the venue and were listening to the speakers. Shri. Vipul Khanna, a devout Hindu observed that one youth among them was wearing a ‘Cross’. Shri. Khanna and Shri. Vinod Sarvodaya immediately told him about conversions of Hindus by Christians. The youth accepted his mistake and removed the ‘Cross’.
Source : HJS