April 4, 2014
Chaitra Shukla Paksha Panchami, Kaliyug Varsha 5116
Administration is refusing permission only for Hindus’ programs in the name of election code of conduct but extends permission for all programs of non-Hindus. Sanatan is seeking legal advice in this regard.
Tasgaon (Dist. Sangli) : Sanatan Sanstha holds its specially prepared mobile books-exhibition at various places so as to facilitate ‘jidnyasus (curious)’ to know more about spiritual science. The books exhibited have no connection with elections; even then Tasgaon Town Council has refused permission to Sanatan Sanstha for putting up such exhibition. (Government, giving excuse of election code of conduct to refuse permission for exhibition of books, may tomorrow refuse permission to Hindus for performing ‘puja’ at home ! Chief Election Commissioner should now take the matter seriously ! – Editor, Dainik Sanatan Prabhat)
‘Presently, election code of conduct is in force and it is the duty of Town Council to implement ‘Representation of the People Act, 1951’ within the jurisdiction of Town Council. Any stall or exhibition that may create obstacles for pedestrians on public roads cannot be granted permission; therefore, Town Council cannot issue NOC for your application’, is the reply given to Sanatan Sanstha in writing.
Source : HJS