....then why no ban is imposed on Anti-National websites of Raza Academy, Jamat-e-Islami Hind, etc.? – Asks Hindu Organisations to Congress Government.
HJS website imparts scientific information on Hindu culture, spirituality, great national heroes, Saints, Deities, festivals, religious observances etc. and various rites and rituals thus giving ‘Dharma-shikshan’ to people all over the world; besides awakening patriotism amongst the citizens. Information about attacks on Nation and Dharma is also published on the website along with relevant proofs. There are 1, 80,000 viewers of this popular website from 170 countries and many foreign nationals follow practices prescribed by Hindu Dharma; even then, without giving any notice and not giving a chance to present its case, the Central Government has directly banned the website and throttled freedom of the media. It was clarified by HJS that protests would be registered and pro-Hindu organisations would continue their agitation and fight till the ban was lifted.
www.hindujagruti.org of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) engaged in awakening patriotism amongst people. How then the antinational websites like Raza Academy, the mastermind of Mumbai riots, Anti-National ‘Jamat-e-Islami Hind’ that spreads Jihadi terrorism, ‘Tehrik-e- Hurriyat Jammu Kashmir’, ‘Shariat for Hind’s twitter and You-Tube account, ‘2circle.net’, etc. are being operated without any problem? The above question has been asked by HJS and other Pro-Hindu organisations to the Central Government through the medium of agitations staged at Azad Maidan. A warning was also given that if the ban on Pro-Hindu organisations was not lifted immediately, agitations would be staged all over the country by Pro-Hindu organisations.
|HJS Spokesperson Mr. Ramesh Shinde while addressing Hindus|
Mr. Ramesh Shinde, the national spokesperson of HJS, Mr. Shivaji Vatkar, its coordinator, Mr. Durgesh Parulkar of Hindu Mahasabha, Mr. P. P. M. Nair of ‘Keraliya Kshetraparipalan Samiti’, members of Sree Sampradaya, Jain organisations, Sanatan Sanstha etc. participated in large number in this agitation. Slogans were raised against the Central Government for extending freedom to anti-nationals and punishment to patriots. Boards protesting against the Government were also displayed by the participants. A signature drive was undertaken for submitting representation to the Central and State Govt. of Maharashtra for lifting the ban.