Ensure 100 per cent polling during elections—Mohan Bhagwat
Hindu Sammelan in Banswara
“New India will emerge from the common masses living in villages and not from the five star hotel culture urban areas. We have to fight from our house to Delhi and those who have joined the fight should not lose their sense and conscious. Like the products of multinational companies now the votes too are being sold through advertisements with catchy slogans. Instead of being trapped in any such advertisement we should ensure 100 per cent polling during elections. It is must for the victory of the truth also,” said RSS Sarsanghachalak Shri Mohan Bhagwat. He was speaking at a Hindu Sammelan organised in Banswara, Rajasthan recently.
Shri Uttam Swami Maharaj and Beneshwardham Peetha-dhishwar Shri Achyutananda Maharaj also addressed the Sammelan, which began with goupujan and garlanding the picture of Guru Govind Singh. Some talented sportspersons were honoured on the occasion. About 1.5 lakh Vanvasis from nearby villages attended the Sammelan. They reached the Sammelan dancing and singing. Shri Mohan Bhagwat was presented a locally manufactured bow and arrow by the local people.
Shri Bhagwat further appealed to the people to vote those who guarantee to build a Ram temple in Ayodhya, curb conversions, cow slaughter and infiltration and keep the national interest always supreme.
The three-day birth anniversary celebration of Pt Deendayal Upadhyaya concluded at Farah, his birth place, in Mathura. The celebration began with a yajna. On second day, a public meeting was organised. Speaking at the meeting, BJP general secretary Shri Amit Shah said if the policies of Pt Deendayal Upadhyaya were followed after Independence, the country would not have faced so many problems. Former Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Shri Kalyan Singh said the underprivileged will progress only when the people who have already made progress would help them.
RSS Kshetra Pracharak Shri Shiv Prakash said the birth centenary of Pt Deendayal Upadhyaya will fall in 2016 and the befitting tribute to the great personality would be that we make the nation of his dreams. Prant Pracharak Shri Dinesh, Pt Deendayal Upadh-yaya Smarak Samiti president Shri Jaiprakash, vice president Shri Bankebihari Maheshwari, state BJP president Shri Laxmikant Bajpai, Sah Prant Sanghhachalak Shri Chandrakant Tewari were also present on the occasion.
Enough is enough, reply Pak now: VHP
With Kashmir’s Keran sector ambush taking shape of almost a full blown war with Pak trained terrorists, Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) demanded immediate action against Pakistan. In a statement VHP working president Dr Pravin Togadia said, “The attacks by Pakistan on LoC are no more limited to sporadic infiltration bids. Army and Government agencies have officially said that Pak’s Hafiz Sayeed has holed up in PoK in Neelam Ghati and Mirpur area supervising attacks on Bharat. Well trained armymen from the neighbouring country attack our Jawans, behead them, engage our border forces for 14 days to regain control just in Keran, shows that Pakistan is up to the same mischief it played pre 1971 i.e. create the situation of genocide as they did in the East Pakistan and attack the other side of Bharat (as their war planes attacked Delhi, Ludhiana, Chandigarh and send troops to Jaisalmer which never reached even Ramgad in 1971)
After many efforts of global diplomacy, when Pak went ahead with attacking Bharat, the then Indian Government led by Indira Gandhi made tough decisions and gave befitting reply to Pakistan. Pak did similar war like attacks in Kargil during NDA regime and the Government acted firmly. Now again Pakistan has been doing the same with more force, more vicious designs with projecting itself globally as Me Victim of Terror, while carrying out Jihadist terror attacks in Bharat.
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ABVP protests four years undergraduate programme in DU
Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) held a protest against four years undergraduate programme (FYUP) in Delhi University. The march started from Arts Faculty of North Campus and passed through various colleges. It culminated at the VC Office gate from where a delegation of ABVP leaders went to meet the Vice Chancellor. But it was shocking that no university official agreed to meet them and hear their concerns.
Addressing the students gathered at Arts Faculty after the march, ABVP general secretary Umesh Dutt said the FYUP is a blatant copying of the western countries and is not suitable to our needs. Thousands of students come to study in DU from various parts of the country and from various sections of the society. It is already so difficult for them to survive here as the fees are ever increasing, hostel accommodation is not provided to most students and inflation has made life miserable.
DUSU President Aman Awana declared to launch a decisive campaign against FYUP. “The students of DU have given a mandate to us to fight against FYUP and we will strengthen our fight. The university should roll back FYUP,” he said. DUSU Joint Secretary Raju Rawat said the first year students have shown their discontent against FYUP by taking part in large numbers in our signature campaign against FYUP and also in today’s protest.
Ratanlal Phoolkatori Devi school leads in zonal hockey competition
The girl students of Ratanlal Phoolkatori Devi Vidya Mandir, Mathura, displayed outstanding performance at the zonal hockey and TT completions held in Muzaffarnagar recently. The school’s teams under 14 and 19 won the first prize, while the under 19 team stood second. In TT competition, the girls of the school stood first in all the three categories. The school authorities congratulated the winners and hoped that they would perform better in incoming events also. (Mukesh Goswami)
Hindu Munnani protest against anti-Hindu attitude of Ramnathpuram administration
Hindu Munnani activists under the leadership of Sri Rama Gopalan organised a protest against Ramanathapuram district administration’s anti-Hindu activities. Despite ban on the protest by the government, Sri Rama Gopalan along with 600 volunteers organised the protest. In that about 200 volunteers got arrested. Sri Rama Gopalan later said in a statement that inspite of the Islamic organisations raising voice against the AIADMK government, its leaders are not condemning the Islamic organisations. He warned the government against protecting the jehadis.
Terrorist confesses killing Sangh leaders in TN
Terror suspect Fakruddin who was arrested by Tamil Nadu Police recently revealed that he murdered five Sangh leaders in the state during the last 18 months. He confessed that along with Bilal and Ismail he murdered S Vellaiyappan (state secretary of Hindu Munnani on July 1, 2013), V Ramesh (state BJP secretary on July 19, 2013), V Arvind Reddy (BJP’s medical wing secretary on October 23, 2012), B Suresh Kumar (BJP leader on June 26, 2013), and Murugan (BJP leader on March 19, 2013).
Fakruddin also reportedly confessed during interrogation that he had plans to murder Ram Gopalan, the octogenarian leader of the Hindu Munnani and RR Gopaljee, the young organiser of the VHP. He had even made two recces to Chennai Central as part of his mission to finish Ram Gopalan and Gopaljee. According to the police, Fakruddin was arrested based on the confession of Bilal. Ismail and Malik were apprehended at Puttur after armed police personnel of Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh surrounded a house, close to the border with Tamil Nadu, and forced them to come out by using tear gas.