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Upendra Bharati | HENB | Panaji | June 18, 2022:: Hindu organisations have agreed during the ‘Hindu Rashtra Sansad’ that the Hindu Rashtra can be established constitutionally through the device of Indian Parliament, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) National Guide Dr Charudutta Pingale said on Friday.
In a press meet during the 10th Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Rashtra Adhiveshan here, the functionaries of HJS unequivocally demanded the Hindu Rashtra in India within 2025 in its Cultural, Constitutional and Sovereign dimensions.
‘From the Sansad, many good and legally sound resolutions have been generated which we will be submitting to the central government,’ he said while addressing a press conference in the city.
Dr Pingale said the Hindu organisations also supported the proposal to make Nepal , a Hindu Rashtra again.
The Hindu Rashtra Sansad was conducted under the 10th Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Rashtra Adhivesan being held at Ramnathi in Ponda in South Goa during June, 12-18 this year.
Esther Dhanraj from Telangana said the Pope should seek forgiveness and publicly apologise for the ‘inhuman cruelties’ perpetrated by the Christian missionaries on the Goans for over 250 years under the name of the ‘Inquisition’.
‘Under the guise of religious conversions, efforts are being made to eliminate nationalism today. Therefore, religious conversions should be banned at the national level,’ she said.
Chetan Rajhans, National Spokesperson of Sanatan Sanstha, demanded that the government establish a central naming commission for identifying and naming cities, towns, roads, buildings and museums which still carry names of foreign invaders.
He said Vasco, a city in South Goa which is named after invader Vasco-da-Gama should be called Sambhajinagar.
As per a press release of HJS, 1000 representatives of over 350 Hindu organisations from USA, UK, Hong Kong, Singapore, Fiji, Nepal as well from 26 States of India took part in the 10th Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Rashtra Adhiveshan in Goa to regenerate a sustainable mechanism for building the Hindu Rashtra for more than 1 billion Hindus in this world.