Thursday, 18 October 2012

Mumbai : Strong demonstrations by Hindus demanding arrest of Jairam Ramesh


Mumbai : Demonstrations were organised on behalf of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti demanding resignation and arrest of Central Minister Jairam Ramesh for hurting the religious sentiments of Hindus by making a statement related to temples. More than 40 devout Hindus participated in the demonstrations held opposite Kailas Lassi Centre in Dadar (East). More than 400 civilians signed the memorandum of signature campaign against Mr. Jairam Ramesh. Mr. Satish Sonar of HJS informed the gathering about the misdeeds of Mr. Ramesh and suggested that he should be closeted in toilet itself.

Mr. Dinkar Waghmare, a devout Hindu, who participated in the demonstrations, has expressed his desire to participate in the demonstrations to be held in the future.
Police complaint lodged against Ramesh in the police station Palus (District Sangli)

Palus (Dist. Sangli, Maharashtra) : A police complaint, demanding action against Jairam Ramesh, was lodged in Palus police Station by devout Hindus Mr. Bhimrao Khot, Mr. Sayajirao Jamadade, and Mr. Shivairao Barge. The complaint was accepted by Mr. Sanjay Pawar, Police Sub-Inspector. At that time, a memorandum to prevent improper practices during Navaratrotsava was also submitted. Mr. Sanjay Pawar sought information about the activities of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti and noted down the contact numbers of the activists present. He has also noted down the names of other women activists. (Police administration unnecessarily harassing the activists engaged in activities connected with the nation and Dharma ! – Editor SP)

Burning of effigy of Ramesh on behalf of Shiv Sena at Jalgaon

Jalgaon (Maharashtra) : Effigy of Cabinet Miniister Jairam Ramesh, who compared Hindu temples with toilets, was burnt on behalf of Shiv Sena. This agitation took place in Lal Bahadur Shastri Chowk. On this occasion M/S Mohan Tiwari, Upmahanagarpramukh, Prashant Bhakare, Gajanan Tambat, Nile Kasar, and other Shiv Sena activists were present.

Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat

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