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2. Shri Raman Singh CM, State of Chhattisgarh.
3. Shri Narendra Modi CM, Gujarat.
4. Prof.Prem Kumar Dhumal, CM, Himachal Pradesh.
5. Shri Arjun Munda, CM, Jharkhand.
6. Shri. Jagadish Shivappa Shettar, CM, Karnataka.
7. Shri Shivraj Singh Chaouhan, CM, Madhya Pradesh.
8. Sardar Prakash Singh Badal CM, Punjab with his Coalition friends.
9. Shri. Manohar Parrikar CM, Goa.
1o. Crores of BJP supporters in Bharat (India).
Dear Son and Daughters of Ma Bharati and my patriotic Friends,
All of you perhaps have already heard that Smt. Mamata Banerjee, Chief Minister, West Bengal banned the public speech, meeting, miking etc. of Sushri Uma Bharati Ji in the event of Ganga Samagra Yatra in West Bengal.
Umaji is holding this yatra to ensure a heritage status for river Ganga with maintaining its purity and pollution free unchecked flow. The 39-day-long yatra is starting on September 21 from Ganga Sagar and will end at Gangotri on October 28. This is purely a cultural programme to generate an awareness of public to Save Ganga as their duties and responsibilities. It is not a political programme at all.
Only to appease the Minority Muslim people of West Bengal (actually now they are in driving seat), Mamata Banerjee banned the meeting, public speaking in mike etc. for this cultural progamme led by a saffron clad Hindu woman saint, though she had her political background unrelated with the present programme.
Umaji appealed the Govt. of West Bengal to lift this type of irrational ban, but the State authorities are putting harder difficulties to stop this programme for Save Ganga Cause. Umaji is firm to complete her programme in West Bengal at any cost.
This is very bad in law that the fundamental rights of one’s freedom of religion, speech, equality etc. are grossly hampered in this violating motive of the West Bengal Govt. in a series of restrictions to the Ganga Samagra Yatra within this State. This is highly Condemnable.
In this connection, I earnestly appeal all the authorities in the above States and all the Ganga lover people, you also retaliate over this matter by not allowing Mamata Banerjee in your states in the same manner. Otherwise, the insanity of Mamata Banerjee will increase day by day and she will continue the humiliation of Hindutva in many ways.
Jai Shri Ram. Har Har Gange.
Editor, Hindu Existence.
Concerned News Clippings:
New Delhi : TOI : 20-09-2012 : BJP leader Uma Bharti has protested a decision of the West Bengalgovernment banning speeches and public meetings during her proposed Ganga Samagra Yatra when it passes through the eastern state.
In a letter to chief minister Mamata Banerjee, Bharti urged her to reconsider the decision as restrictions will “adversely affect” the motive of her yatra in West Bengal. Read details here.
New Delhi : IBN Live : 20-09-2012 : While the Opposition and the UPA Government allies have called for a Bharat Bandh on Thursday against the government reforms, BJP leader Uma Bharti will seen rallying in Kolkata for a complete different reason.
She will hold a yatra in Kolkata to demand a heritage status for river Ganga. The 39-day-long yatra will commence on September 21 from Ganga Sagar and end at Gangotri on October 28.
Meanwhile, the West Bengal government banned speeches and public meetings during Uma Bharti’s proposed Ganga Samagra Yatra when it passes through the eastern state. Read details here.
Sify News | Kolkata | Wed, Sep 19, 2012 :: After being denied permission by the West Bengal government to hold rallies to mark the commencement of ‘Ganga Samagra Yatra’ at Gangasagar area in the South 24 Parganas district, senior BJP leader Uma Bharati on Wednesday challenged the state government to stop her from holding a rally.
“If the government wants to put me in jail, then they can do it. Nobody can stop me from holding the ‘Ganga Samagra Yatra’ on Friday,” Bharati told reporters here.
“The state administration has allowed me to hold ‘Ganga Arti’. But they have denied permission for any rally and procession. This is unfair. It is totally an apolitical event but if the state government wants to create a problem and make it a political issue then I am ready for it,” the former chief minister of Madhya Pradesh said. Read here details.