Dr. Manoj Solanki said that Jain Organisations active throughout the country and a Sikh Organisation from Punjab have also joined the Convention. Representatives of H.H. Asarambapuji, Sri Sri Ravi Shankarji and Jagadguru Narendracharyaji Maharaj will also attend the Convention. Shankaracharya Jagadguru Shri Swami Jayendra Saraswati of Kanchi-Kamkoti Peeth has conveyed His blessing to the Convention. In short, throwing away the differences of caste, sect, Organiation etc. all the Hindus have participated in the Convention. This august Convention will prove to be a golden page in the history of establishment of Hindu Nation.
The historical event for declaring a Hindu State in India, the trained team of Hindu Janajagruti Samity and Sanatan Sanstha have completed all its arrangement to welcome more than 500 hundred delegates for their entire satisfaction in their participation all along. The Reception, Press (Danik Sanatan Pravat etc) and media centre, the boarding and lodging, Prasadam (fooding), exhibition, logistics and all other departments of the Programme Committee are fully charged with a spiritual containment of service (seva) motivation.
Upananda Brahmachari of Hindu Existence, Acharya Yogesh Shastri of Arya Samaj, Dr Nilmadhab Das of Tarun Hindu Dal, Jharkhnd have already reached Ramnathi to attend this grand programme and visited all the departments connected with this programme and Ramnathi Ashram as requested by the convenor.
In an interview taken by Sri Chittarnjan Sural, an active organiser of this Hindu Summit, Upananda Brahmachari, the editor, Hindu Existence expressed that this Hindu Summit is a reflection of the demand of a Hindu State by the Hindus in India on the basis of Dharma, Shakti and mass movement. He said that Hindus are the largest 3rd religious groups in the world. If the first and second largest religious groups have about 100 religious states, Why Hindus numbering 100 crores are deprived from a single Hindu State.
Referring Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, Tilak, Dr Hedgewar, Savarkar, Sri Upananda Brhamachari said the demand for a Hindu State is a just and fare demand of Hindus in all perspectives.
Courtesy: Hindu Janjagruti Samity.