Upendra Bharati | HENB | Mumbai | June 12, 2022:: Representatives of 350 Hindutva organisations, including some members of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) in their individual capacity, will participate in the 10th Hindu Rashtra convention starts from today at Ponda in Goa, under the aegis of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti and Sanatan Sanstha.
The convention will deliberate upon the working style of Hindu Rashtra (Hindu Nation), the formation of Hindu national Parliament, Current Hindutva issues related to Gyanvapi Mosque, Places of Worship Act, Constitutional ways to be followed to achieve Hindu Rashtra, good management of temples and related issues. The convention will also focus on the matters related to Love Jihad, Land Jihad, Halal implication on Indian economics, Religious Conversion and other burning issues including the Hindu persecution in Bangladesh and Pakistan.
According to a press-meet as held at Hubballi (Karnataka) on Thursday, in which State spokesman of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti Mohan Gowda, State Secretary of Sri Ram Sene Gangadhar Kulkarni and Sanathan Samsthe’s Vidula Haldipur were present, it was mentioned that over 1,000 delegates from across the country will participate in the seven-day convention.
Sri. Mohan Gowda said that Maulana Mahmood Madani of Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind had said that they will not allow any kind of meddling with the Shariat law on the pretext of Uniform Civil Code and if Hindus did not like Muslims, they should leave the country, which was highly condemnable and the Hindutva organisations will not keep quiet.
He said that delegates from America, England, Hong Kong, Singapore, Nepal and other countries will also be participating in the convention. “The convention will also deliberate issues concerning Gyanvapi mosque in Kashi, Mathura Mukti Andolan, Places of Worship Act, the massacre of Kashmiri Pandits, the use of loudspeakers in mosques, hijab campaign, halal economy, among other issues,” he said.
Smt. Haldipur said that some positive developments such as abolition of Article 370 and the construction of Ram Mandir have happened due to pro-Hindu governments at the Centre and in the States, while attacks on Hindu processions and festivals have continued. “Even after 32 years of the massacre of Kashmiri Pandits, killings of Kashmiri Pandits have not stopped. The convention will deliberate on Hindu consolidation through awareness and strengthening the movement for Hindu Rashtra,” she said.
To a query on RSS chief Dr. Mohan Bhagwat’s statement on non-participation of the RSS in any furher temple stirs, Mr. Mohan Gowda said that it was his individual opinion, but the samiti will continue its efforts to get back temples that were forcibly converted into mosques.
To a query, Sri. Kulkarni said that Hindutva organisations will not tolerate being misused by people for the sake of them coming to power and irrespective of political support, the organisations will continue the agitation for Hindutva causes. If the BJP tries to use Hindutva organisations for its political benefits and disregard them after coming to power, the people will teach them a lesson in the next election, he said.
Expressing his support to this convention, Hindu Existence website editor and Hindu interlocutor, Upananda Brahmachari wrote in his twitter handle, “This is a great achievement that Hindu Janajagruti Samiti and Sanatan Sanstha are convening the 10th Hindu Rashtra Adhiveshan in Goa from today. I pray to Lord Krishna and PPPG Jayant Balaji Athavale Ji for the success of the same. Jayatu Jayatu Hindu Rashtram”.
In a communication+ to HJS, Brahmachari said, “Hindu Rashtra is inevitable in Bharat and Hindus must start all out struggle for the achievement of Cultural (Sanskritik), Constitutional (Samvidhanik) and Sovereign (Sarvabhoum) Hindu Rashtra within 2025 on the basis of Sanatan Dharma (eternal righteousness).”
It is remarkable that a dozen Senior Lawyers from the Supreme Court of India and various High Courts, Hindutva media icon Suresh Chavhanke of Sudarshan TV, eminent BJP leader Kapil Mishra of Hindu Eco-system and popular BJP legislator Raja Singh Thakur of Hyderabad are also participating in this convention.
Various Hindu Rashtra exhibitions including an exhibition on Bengali Hindu Genocide in East Pakistan (now Bangladesh) will be displayed in the convention as communicated by the organizers.
Watch day to day 10th Hindu Rashtra Adhiveshan here https://www.hindujagruti.org/hindi/hindu-rashtra-adhiveshan in this link.
__Inputs from The Hindu.