Devout Hindus should become digital warriors : Swapnil Savarkar, Hindusthan Post 

Vaishvik Hindu Rashtra Mahotsav (2024) Day 4 –  Efforts to Protect Nation, Dharma and Culture

Swapnil Savarkar, Editor, Hindusthan Post (Digital Media House), Mumbai, Maharashtra

There is negativity towards Hindutva in the media. Today we are living in the digital era. Are we ready to participate in the new revolution of this digital age? A major event like the Vaishvik Hindu Rashtra Mahotsav is not covered by the mainstream media. We should take into account how the media is managed. Hindus should become digital warriors. Mobile is a double edged weapon today. So we should learn to wield it. Swatantryaveer Savarkar would have said the same thing. We should create content in a language that the next generation understands, because they can bring in the Hindu Rashtra. Work with the idea of Nation First, and prepare 30 second reels (short videos). Swapnil Savarkar, while speaking on Effective Media Management by Hindu Organizations in the session on Efforts to protect Nation, Religion, Culture, said that the media has to be provided with such prepared news.

Savarkar further said that there is a need for journalism education with a Hindu centric curriculum. Institutions providing Hindu centric education should be set up. For the sake of our nation, if we work hard on media for 10 to 15 years, then a media that is conducive to Hindutva will come up. Today the Hindu tigers are active in their respective fields, but they must come together. Those in power must pressurise the current communist-minded media to change, and we must make our media powerful enough to pressurise them.