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Hindus will not tolerate Babur style atrocities in Pakistan—Dr Togadia

REACTING strongly over the demolition of more than 100 year-old Sri Ram temple in Pakistan recently along with over 40 houses of Hindus around it, working president of Vishwa Hindu Parishad Dr Pravin Togadia termed it as ‘the same Babur mentality, which gets them demolish Hindu temples’. He urged the Government of India to immediately sever all relations with Pakistan and prevail on it to rebuild all the demolished temples.

“Injustice to Hindus in Pakistan has reached to its utmost levels now. Hindus there are vulnerable, whereas Muslims in Bharat are being wooed and helped by Indian Government for votes. Only hanging Kasab is not enough, the terror that Pakistan has been forcing on to Hindus should also be strictly handled by the Government. Hindus in Bharat and in the world have been extremely upset about these atrocities. Peace and good relations are not the responsibility only of Hindus in Bharat when the fellow Hindus are being brutalised in Pakistan. Both the Governments need to understand it. The judiciaries that take suo motto notes of complaints of Muslims in Bharat should also need to open their eyes to such blatant terror to Hindus in Pakistan,” he said in a statement issued in Ahmedabad on December 3.       

Second phase of Save Ganga Campaign begins

Human chain for protection of the Ganga by RSS


$img_titleTHE workers of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and many other organisations of Uttarakhand on December 2 formed a human chain on the banks of the Ganga in Haridwar, Uttarkashi and Rishikesh to protect the holy river. The saints and the workers attending the function resolved for the protection of the river. Along with this function, the second phase of Save Ganga Campaign by Uma Shree Bharati also began.

Prior to forming the human chain, the Sangh workers performed yajnas at Har Ki Pauri, CCR Tower, Vishwakarma Ghat, Singhdwar, in Haridwar. RSS Prant Karyavah Shri Shashikant Dixit appealed to the people to join the Save Ganga Campaign. Prant Pracharak Dr Harish described the Ganga as life of Bharat. The Sangh workers also performed gangapujan in Bahadrabad. Local MLA Swami Yatishwarananda was also present on the occasion.

Under the aegis of Divya Prem Seva Mission the people formed human chain at Chandighat from Dakshinkali Mandir Ghat to Neeldhara Ghat in Haridwar. The similar chains were formed at Dunda town of Uttarkashi and in Rishikesh also. Swami Kailashananda and many other senior saints performed the Ganga Pujan and joined the human chain. Dakshinkali Peethadhishwar Swami Kailashananda Brahmachari administered the oath to the people for Ganga protection. Shri Ashish Gautam of Divya Prem Sewa Mission appealed to the people not to pollute the river by throwing garbage into the river.
(Ravindra Saini)

All five pillars are responsible for corruption in democracy —Justice Rama Jois

Fifth annual function of Panchwa Stambha


$img_titleNOTED legal luminary Dr M Rama Jois has stressed the need of probity in all fields to eradicate corruption. He said it is must to develop good character among the people to curb corruption. He was speaking at the fifth annual function of Panchwa Stambha in New Delhi on December 1. The topic of discussion on the occasion was ‘Probity in Democracy: Who is responsible how much’. Dr Rama Jois further said it is a matter of grave concern that the country is holding discussion on corruption even after 60 years of Independence. “Much has been written about rajdharma from Ramayana to Kautilya's Arthashastra. But today we see that not a single sector is free from corruption,” he said. Shri Bhola Singh, MP from Nawada, described the Panchwa Stambha as the magazine dedicated to strengthening democracy. The function was presided over by noted writer and editor of the magazine Smt Mridula Sinha. Former Union Minister Dr Ramkripal Sinha, former MP Prof Omprakash Kohli, convener of Shiksha Bachao Andolan Samiti Shri Dinanath Batra attended the function.
(FOC)

 

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