Friday, 7 September 2012

Demonstrations held at Ghatkopar and Nashik against ban imposed by Govt. on HJS website




Mumbai – Demonstrations were held spontaneously by many pro-Hindu organisations and Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) near ‘Welcome Hotel’ at Ghatkopar (W) on 5th September between 6.00 p.m. and 7.00 p.m. to protest against ban imposed by Congress Government on the website of HJS. Signature drive was also undertaken on the occasion. People’s response to the drive was very good and they expressed anger over anti-Hindu policies of the Government. Mr. Prashant Singh, ‘Maha-mantri’ of BJP Youth front, Mr. Rajkumar Dixit, the President of BJP’s North-Indian Assembly front, Mr. Raju Kale, its Vice –President for Mumbai, Mr. Gajanan Kakade, Mr. Navalji Puranik of VHP, Mr. Pradip Sawant, former municipal councillor from Pantnagar etc. were the dignitaries participating in the demonstrations. All of them expressed their views on the subject.


Demonstrations against ban on the website ‘hindujagruti.org’

Nashik – Hindu Janajagruti Samiti held demonstrations near the office of District Collector strongly protesting against the ban imposed on its website. Slogans against ban on freedom of expression of media were raised on the occasion besides, the demonstrators holding boards on the topic. More than 200 devout Hindus signed the representation showing support. Representatives of many news channels were present on the occasion. With effect from 19th August 2012, the Congress Government has imposed ban on ‘hindujagruti.org’ website which is engaged in imparting knowledge to 1, 80,000 people from 170 countries on Hindu Dharma and culture; whereas websites of anti-national organisations spreading jihadi terrorism like ‘Jamat-e- Islami Hind’, Raza Aacdemy, ‘Tehriq-e- Hurriyat Jammu-Kashmir’ etc. are still carrying on without any problem. A representation was submitted to Mr. Jadhav, ‘Upper officer’, demanding immediate lifting of ban on HJS website which is working for the protection of Nation and Dharma.

Hindus should take the Govt. to task !            

There is no ban on Raza Academy responsible for breaking riots in Mumbai, brutally attacking police and molesting lady police staff ! The anti-national websites like ‘Jamat-e- Islami Hind’, Raza Aacdemy, ‘Tehriq-e- Hurriyat Jammu-Kashmir’, ‘2 circle.net’ etc. are still operating; but why is there ban on ‘hindujagruti.org’ that imparts ‘Dharmashikshan’ to Hindus and has 1, 85,000 viewers from 170 countries? Why is there such partiality? Is this India or Pakistan? 

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