News Round-up : Separatists have no right to tell where Kashmiri Pandits should live —VHP
Intro: Governments should come up with a specific and Time–Bound plan to not only just rehabilitate Kashmiri Pandits in the valley but also ensure total safety of their lives, properties and business.
Reacting strongly on the separatists’ threats and tantrums on the rehabilitation of Kashmiri Pandits in Kashmir, VHP working president Dr Pravin Togadia demanded that the separatists opposing the rehabilitation or calling for band, etc should immediately be arrested and tried in a fast track court on charges of treason and terrorism.”
In a statement issued on April 9 Dr Togadia said, “Since 1947 and then again since 1990, Kashmiri Pandits and Sikhs had been brutally killed and hounded by separatists. The brutality, the attacks on families and snatching of shops / lands of Kashmiri Pandits and Sikhs are still fresh in the memory of Bharat. That was a genocidal ethnic cleansing by the separatists whose warm love for Pakistan is all well known. Such traitors have no right to tell Bharat where Kashmiri Pandits and Sikhs should stay, live and do business! The land belongs to Bharat. Pro-Pak elements have no right to poke their nose in this matter. Releasing Masarrat Aalam, then demanding revoking of AFSPA and then trying to even dictate where the rehabilitation of the Kashmiri Pandits are all orchestrated actions by pro-Pak separatists to repeat 1947 and 1990. Bharat will never allow such Jihadi terrorism.”
Demanding complete protection to every Hindu in entire Jammu & Kashmir state, Dr Togadia further said, “The Union and the J&K State Governments should come up with a specific and Time–Bound plan to not only just rehabilitate Kashmiri Pandits in the valley but also ensure total safety of their lives, properties and business. Three generations lost everything that they had so far, over 4,00,000 are living like refugees in their own country–Bharat will not allow any more such losses.
Since 1990, over 70,000 people have been killed in terrorism in J&K. Human Rights of Kashmiri Pandits in J&K and those who are forced to settle somewhere else in Bharat must be protected with specific action plan. J&K land belongs to Bharat and never belongs to pro-Pak separatists’ fathers! Such separatists should refrain from interfering in the well-being of Kashmiri Hindus failing which, the rest of Bharat will not stay mum.
Women play a vital role in restoring social harmony —Madhubhai Kulkarni
Uttarakhand unit of Samajik Samrasata Manch organised a seminar in Dehradun on April 7 to discuss the role of women in social harmony. Addressing the gathering RSS National Executive Member Shri Madhubhai Kulakarni said untouchability has no place in the society and this feeling widen the gap in the society. He said RSS has silently been working to eradicate this feeling and bring all people of the Hindu society together. He called upon the people to join hands in all the efforts aimed at restoring social harmony. Prant Karyavah Shri Laxmiprasad Jaiswal also addressed the gathering.
Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad held its 5th Students’ Conference at Pather Gudda, Port Blair in Andaman & Nikobar Islands on March 29. The Conference was inaugurated by Shri Rama Pada Paul, Kshetra Pracharak Pramukh (Eastern Region) of RSS.
The speakers demanded formation of Veer Savarkar Central University in Andaman & Nicobar Islands, formation of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose National Institute of Technology in the Islands, creation of infrastructural facilities in the degree colleges of Islands, permanent appointment of teachers and principals by UPSC in the degree colleges, and enhancement of scholarship of students according to the needs of balanced diet and health. Others who spoke on the occasion included Shri Amitabh Chakraborty, Shri Ashish Mandal, Vibhag Pracharak, Andaman & Nicobar Vibhag, and Dr Kandi Muttu.
New Executive Committee of ABVP Andaman & Nicobar Islands was also formed on the occasion, in which Dr Kandi Muttoo was unanimously elected as Vibhag Pramukh and Dr Anjani Kumar Shrivastava as Vibhag President. Both of them are Associate Professor at Jawaharlal Nehru Government Degree College, Port Blair. After the conference, a procession was taken through the different parts of the city and a public meeting was also held. Earlier, a Round Table Discussion was held in Jawahar Lal Nehru Government Degree College, Port Blair, which was chaired by Dr Ekbal Ahmad, Principal, JNRM. The Chief Guest on the occasion was local MP Shri Vishnu Pad Rai. The discussion was focused on the preparation and presentation of a resolution for enhancement of quality in higher education of Andaman & Nicobar Islands, which was to be submitted to the Ministry of HRD and Lieutenant Governor.
In the resolution special emphasis was made to the establishment of Higher Education Council for mitigating the difficulties being faced by teachers as well as administration, establishment of Veer Savarkar Central University in the Islands with special emphasis on Tribal studies, Linguistics, Fisheries, local Medicines, tourism, music and arts; establishment of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose National Institute of Technology, establishment of an Examination Body for various entrance and employment examinations being conducted for various Central Government examinations i.e. JEE, CAT, MAT, GATE, CSIR etc, immediate permanent appointment against all vacancies, end of transfer, creation of post of Professor, and creation of proper infrastructure in thecenters of higher learning. Prominent speakers on the occasion were Prof PM Mohan, Central University Pondicherry, Shri R Devdas, Principal, Andaman College Port Blair, Shri Amitabh Chakraborty, Zonal Organising Secretary, ABVP Eastern Zone, Dr Anjani Kumar Shrivastava, Associate Professor, JNRM. —Shakti Kumar Pandey
Realise your Social Responsibility
—Dr Krishna Gopal
RSS Sah Sarkaryavah Dr Krishna Gopal has appealed to the people to realise their social responsibility. He was speaking at seminar organised by Jyoti Seva Trust in Ghaziabad on April 8. He said we believe in giving and not taking. Therefore whatever we have has to be shared with the society. Jyoti Sewa Trust has been formed by the former students of the local Saraswati Shishu Mandir and the prime objective of the Trust is to provide required facilities to the meritorious students studying in Saraswati Shishu Mandirs of Western Uttar Pradesh. The Trust has been formed after the senior Sangh Pracharak the late Jyoti Prasadji.