Panaji (Goa) : I will write a letter to Prime Minister Dr. Manamohan Singh appealing him to lift a ban put on Hindu Janajagruti Samiti’s (HJS) website 'www.Hindujagruti.org' and Facebook account 'www.facebook.com/Hindujagruti'. HJS is a organisation creating awareness in society to protect Nation and Dharma(Religion). It is wrong to put ban on HJS web site and its facebook account, said North Goa MP Mr. Shripad Naik when HJS delegation meet him today demanding to lift ban put on HJS website and its face book account by the Department of Telecommunication. HJS delegation comprised of Mrs. Rajshree Gadekar, Mrs. Teja Naik, Mr. Raj Borkar, Mr. Shushant Dalvi and Mr. Devidas Goakar. In this regard a memorandum was submitted to MP Mr. Shripad Naik.
The memorandum says that Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) is a non-profit service registered organisation which is engaged in the task of imparting knowledge to the society, protection of the Nation, education about religion and awakening of Dharma for the last 9 years. The same task is being performed by HJS through 'www.Hindujagruti.org' for the last 5 years. Devout persons from more than 170 countries of the world visit the website regularly and they have eulogised the task. The search engine Google.com has also given a higher rating to the website. The website which carries out its mission of Bharatiya culture and glory of the nation, which imparts education about Hindu Dharma and awakens pride for the nation was unexpectedly blocked by the Department of Telecommunication without giving prior notice or intimation from 19th August 2012. It is highly unfortunate that when the website has been trying to stop the false propaganda of Assam riots being carried out by the foreign agents and preventing any harm to the nationalism and law and order in the country, the Government chose to ban the website 'www.Hindujagruti.org' and facebook account 'www.facebook.com/Hindujagruti' which is actually assisting the Government.