All Hindu organisations need an integrated ‘Hindu Helpline’! : Dr Vivek Sheel Agarwal, Delhi
Dr Vivek Sheel Agarwal, Delhi
40 years ago, one could not have imagined that a Hindu Janajagruti Samiti would be formed in this country; but today newspapers and television channels are discussing the word ‘Hindu’. This increases their TRP. Not just Hindi, but English news channels are also discussing Hindus. Movies like ‘The Kashmir Files’ and ‘The Kerala Story’ which raise awareness about the violence against Hindus are roping in crores in business. Maharaj of Bageshwar Dham is openly heralding the Hindu Rashtra. Therefore, although it seems like a golden age for the Hindus, it should be noted that our enemy’s preparations are far more advanced.
Today, Hindus are being attacked from all sides. In many places, only Hindus have had to leave their households and flee. The horrors of partition seem to be repeating today. Hindu boys and girls are going astray. Fanatics are taking advantage of it and converting them. So for Hindus this is not ‘Amritkal’ but ‘Vishkal’. The religious fanatics are on track to achieve their 2047 mission. Earlier the police received tip offs from areas where religious fanatics were in greater numbers, but now this has become impossible. As they continue to deliberate on their plans, Hindus must prepare too and increase strength. At present many Hindu organizations are working for Dharma at various levels. Therefore, it is necessary to organize them all on one platform and establish an integrated ‘Hindu Helpline’ in all cities. If all organizations work together, Hindus can be protected over the next 30-40 years.
Gangajal has the potential to make all of India disease-free! – Adv. Arun Kumar Gupta, Amicus Curiae, Allahabad High Court, Uttar Pradesh
Adv. Arun Kumar Gupta, Amicus Curiae, Allahabad High Court, Uttar Pradesh
Sages and scientists have extolled the virtues of River Ganga. The level of oxygen in the river Ganga is highest. Ganga water contains viruses called bacteriophages. Due to this, Ganga water does not go bad. Drinking Ganga water always keeps one in good health. During the Covid19 pandemic, the cities on the banks of the river Ganga were found to have less cases of Covid19 infection than other cities, while the number of recoveries has also been found to be higher. Not only Covid19, but the Ganga River has the potential to make the whole of India disease-free. Therefore, more research is needed. Along with this, it is the duty of all Indians to try to prevent pollution of the river Ganga.