Opposition to ban on HJS website !
Amravati (Maharashtra) :The anti-Hindu Government at the Centre has imposed ban, without giving any notice, on website of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) which awakens patriotism amongst citizens of this country besides imparting education related to Hindu Dharma. Demonstrations will be staged at 4.00 p.m. on 1st September 2012 at Amravati by HJS and other pro-Hindu organisations to protest against the conspiracy hatched by the Government. A press conference was held at ‘Hotel Ramgiri’ to give information in this context.
Mr. Kiran Duse of HJS explained about various activities undertaken by HJS and imposition of ban on its website. Dr. Arun Mondhe, the city-President of VHP said, “It is not the aim of pro-Hindu organisations to provoke Hindus against anyone. HJS website is leading in teaching Hindus about what Hinduism is. Such auspicious task has been banned by the Central Government and committed a sin. We oppose the ban.”
Advocate Mr. Rajendra Gorde said, “Every person has a right to follow his Dharma and its propogation as conferred by the Indian Constitution. The ban imposed by the Government is, therefore, wrong and it should be immediately lifted.”
Mr. Nitin Vyas of ‘Chhava Sanghatana’ said, “If we don’t become alert about various atrocities against Hindus, it will lead to the problem of our existence. All pro-Hindu organisations create awareness in this regard. Why then the Government pressurises pro-Hindu organisations? Organisations like ours which are honestly working for protection of ‘Hinduttva’ need support even from our journalists.” Mr. Girish Komerwar, a seeker of Sanatan Sanstha from Amravati expressed opposition to ban on HJS website on behalf of Sanatan Sanstha as the ban has been imposed even though all activities undertaken by HJS are lawful.
In the end, Mr. Kiran Duse made an appeal to take part in the agitations in large number. Mr. Vipin Gupta, city-coordinator of Bajarang Dal and Mr. Manav Buddhdev of Sri Yogavedant Samiti also attended the press conference.
Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat