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Susmita Bhattacharia | HENB | Diamond Harbour | March 4, 2018:: With a strong demand for exploring Dharma (Righteousness) and establishment of a Hindu Rashtra in Bharat, a grand conference of Hindus was held in the ground of Kanpur Primary School Ground in the district of South 24 Parganas (under Diamond Harbour Police Station jurisdiction) on 4th March 2018. Many monks of different Ashrams and Mutts and Hindu leaders of various Hindu organisations participated in that meeting for a long span of time from 2 pm to 6 pm to present their views in relation to the rights and duties of Hindus highlighting the future of Hindus in India and neighboring countries. The conference was arranged by local Nabagraha Temple Society and the Sanatan Hindu Dharma Sanskriti Sammelan Samity.
The conference condemned the growing trend of atrocities and attacks on Hindus and the increasing number of riots made against the peace loving Hindus under a conspiracy of Jihadi and evangelic forces. The speakers in the conference vehemently protested against the administrative, police and political repression on the religious rights of Hindus in West Bengal with a definite ploy to snatch the rights of Hinds from performing their religious rights and to conduct Hindu meetings and processions freely and fairly. The speakers demanded Hindu Rashtra in Bharat along with immediate construction of Ram Temple in Ayodhya, Ban on cow slaughter, to stop degeneration of Hindu temples and ashrams by Jihadi forces, Uniform Civil Code, Ban on conversion and Abolition of minority appeasement etc.
The speakers expressed their anxieties over the unchecked infiltration and aggression of Jihadi terrorism in India from the neighboring countries of Pakistan and Bangladesh only to destroy the peace and harmony in India with a threat to endanger the security of the country. Speakers described Hindu as the most ancient, divine, prosperous, peaceful and blissful Dharma in this world.
Analyzing the historical background of the partition of India, the main speaker Upananda Brahmachari (Editor, Hindu Existence) told, “India was divided on two nation theory. On that basis, Muslim got their Islamic states in Pakistan and Bangladesh as per their expectations. But Hindus were deprived to get a Hindu state in India. While there are more than 100 Christian countries in the world for 2.3 billion Christians, 53 Islamic countries for 1.8 billion Muslims in the world, 12 Buddhist countries are existed now and even 1 Israel for 6.5 million Jews…. why there is no Hindu state in this world for 1.2 billion Hindus? It is unfortunate that the only Hindu State Nepal is now converted into a Secular state! Hindus must not bear this injustice. The demands of Hindu Rashtra in Bharat and Nepal are democratic and justified”.
Brahmachari expressed his hope that India would be transformed as a constitutional, cultural and righteous Hindu state by 2025.
Basudeb Maharaj of Bharat Sevasharam Sangha, Swami Vidyananda of Kapil Kutir Shankhya Yogasharm, Anaga Vishnu Swami of Ramanuja Mutt, Swami Agamananda of Ramprasad Research Center, Shovan Sengupta of Shastra Dharma Prachar Sabha, Sumanta Debnath of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti, Subhas Chakroborti of Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha, Dr. Ashis Banerjee of Arogya Bharti- a RSS affiliated body and Bikarna Naskar of Hindu Jagaran Manch delivered their relevant speech on various Hindutva agenda. Veteran Hindu organizer Pritiranjan Sarkar presided over the meeting. Welcome addresses were delivered by Pradip Mondal and Narayan Baidya on behalf of the organizing committees. Advocate Tapan Biswas and Hindu youth leader Arindam Halder efficiently conducted the meeting.
At the beginning, the devout Hindu participants in the meeting took march a rally from Dalanghata Nabagraha Temple to the conference ground for welcoming the saints and dignitaries. The programme was started with lighting the oil lamp, offering flower petals to the picture of Bharatmata and opening song. Devotional and patriotic songs and Yog performance made a sensation in the programme. A flex exhibition of Dharma aspects and a book-stall by Sanatan Sanstha drew the attention of the audience.
Ramesh Purkait, one of the key persons of Kanpur-Dalanghata Hindu Dharma Sanskriti Sammelan Samity told HENB, “We took a vow to hold many more Hindu conference to relive the Hindu organisations across the localities. Participation of good numbers of girls and women in the conference marked a women awakening in the area for the cause and care of Dharma”.
Pic courtesy: Dalanghata Nabagraha Unnayan Samiti.