Two-day international conference in Varanasi
Two-day central committee meeting of Nepali Sanskriti Parishad (NSP) concluded in Varanasi on December1. A total of 105 central committee members from Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Assam, West Bengal, Sikkim, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Delhi, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Bhutan and Nepal participated in the conference. Various problems related to the socio-economic-cultural, health, education, employment, environmental, safety and security of the society as a whole were discussed in the meeting.
In a resolution the Executive said the government should take care of and properly address the educational, health, employment, safety and security issues of the Nepali community. The Nepali students both of Indian and Nepal origin who go out of their native area for study, the respective governments should take care of their safety, security and well being. The great Nepali culture is in danger due to religious conversion by the Christian Missionaries by means of allurement, conspiracy and some time forcefully. The NSP demanded a complete ban in such an inhuman and sinful act of religious conversion.
The Parishad also said that the concept of Hindu Rashtra is not a mean, confine and communal concept; rather it is a comprehensive, human and inclusive to all cast, creed, sects and a wide one; thus Nepal should remain a Hindu Rashtra. Since Janakpur in Nepal is the birthplace of Sita. Ravana had kidnapped her to Lanka, where she stayed a year and finally Lanka became Sri Lanka. Thus, a Janaki-Ashok Vatika Yatra should be initiated every year possibly since 2014.
Senior RSS Pracharak Shri Indresh Kumar said in India two types of Nepalese reside. One is Indian Nepali who are born and brought up in India and are purely Indian, while other Nepalese reside in India as Pravashi Nepali as same in Nepal. In Nepal, too there are Hindi-speaking people who are of Nepal origin and Pravasi Indians. Thus, there can be no confusion with both the citizens. Indian and Nepali Gorkhas in Indian army enjoy the same rights and privileges. Thus, there should not be any differentiation with both the citizens. He said the Nepali people are sincere, brave and faithful so they should be given all necessary attention for their all round development. Nepali community is Hindu-Sanatani, hence they are not alien in India, he emphasised. —Bureau Report