Seminar on ‘Jayatu Jayatu Hindu Rashtram’ during ‘Gyanam’ festival held at Jaipur !
Jaipur (Rajasthan) – Sadguru Dr Charudatta Pingale, the National Guide of HJS on the occasion while addressing as the main speaker, at the seminar on ‘Jayatu Jayatu Hindu Rashtram’ held during ‘Gyanam’ festival stated, India is a ‘Swayambhu (self-existing)’ Hindu Rashtra, but does it have the status of a Hindu Rashtra under the present system ? A person passing the medical examination is naturally called a doctor, but he cannot work as a doctor till he obtains the necessary licence. Similarly, India cannot be called a Hindu Rashtra till it is Constitutionally declared a Hindu Rashtra. It will be a struggle. We must try all the paths such as, creating awareness amongst people, explaining its need to the elected representatives, and through legal means. Anand Jakhotia, a journalist and the State Coordinator of HJS for Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan, was the compeer of the seminar.
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Every citizen should follow the ideology of Ram for Hindu Rashtra ! – Former MLA Gyandev Ahuja
A devout Hindu activist and Rajasthan’s former MLA Mr Gyandev Ahuja said on the occasion that Hindu Rashtra means ‘Ramrajya’. Every citizen will have to become a follower of Ram for making India a Hindu Rashtra, which means we have to follow the traditions of Indian culture.
Hindus are deprived of education on Dharma due to Indian Constitution ! – Chetan Rajhans
While explaining the harms of a secular system, Sanatan Sanstha’s National Spokesperson Chetan Rajhans said that under Article 28 of the Constitution, Hindus have been prohibited from imparting education on Dharma in schools so also in colleges whereas, under Article 30, minorities have been extended Constitutional security and permission to set up their educational institutions for imparting training on their respective religions. As a result, a Hindu becomes an atheist after completing education and a person from a minority community becomes either a religious Muslim or Christian. The Indian Constitution, therefore, needs to be amended.