Friday, 31 August 2012

Hindus roar in Pimpri (Dist. Pune) against ban on HJS website !

Central Government will have to answer in Parliament on ban
on ‘www.HinduJagruti.org’! - Shiv Sena MP Mr. Shivajirao Patil


Pimpri (Pune, Maharashstra) : “The ban imposed by the Congress Government of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti’s (HJS’) website HinduJagruti.org deserves condemnation in no uncertain terms. Through this also the Government is appeasing the minorities. Whose brainchild is this to ban the website ? All the MPs of Shiv Sena and BJP will come together and ask a question in the Parliament against the ban on HJS’ website. The Central Government will have to answer,” thundered Mr. Shivajirao Adhalrao Patil, MP, Shiv Sena. He was speaking in the demonstrations held by HJS in Ambedkar chowk.

Congress Government must be pulled down !

 From Left : Mr. Eknath Pawar, BJP; Shiv Sena MP Mr. Shivajirao Patil; Mr. Uttam Dandime

BJP’s city chief Mr. Eknath Pawar said, “The fanatic Muslims kicked the ‘Amar Jawan’ memorial in Mumbai; but they were only caught. The news of atrocities on Hindus in Assam were suppressed. As long as the Hindus do not retaliate, they will have to suffer untold atrocities. It is high time the Hindus sent home the corrupt Congress. BJP will not tolerate the ban.” The district Karyavah of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh Mr. Sandip Jadhav said, “Now the Hindus will have to show their united strength. The Hindus will never tolerate their strangulation by the Government.”

Mr. Uttarm Dandime of Hindu Swabhiman Pratishthan said, “The Ban on HinduJagruti.org which fights for Hindu Dharma is a rank encroachment on freedom of expression. The Congress which has the one point agenda to destroy the Hindus must be pulled down.” Mr. Parag Gokhale of HJS said, “If the Government does not withdraw the ban, the Hindus will have to take to street and protest.” A signature campaign was also launched. The representation of the signatures will be handed over to the Government. Present at the demonstration were Nagarsevika Mrs. Sulabha Ubale; Shiv Sena’s Nagarsevak Mr. Dhananjay Alhat; District chief Mr. Machhindra Kharade; the deputy city chief of Jhopadpatti Sena, a wing of Shiv Sena Mr. Vishvanath Temgire; Shiv Sena Vibhag chief Mr. Ashok Kotwal and more than 200 Hindus.

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