Vaishvik Hindu Rashtra Mahotsav : Thoughts Of Invitees
Ramanathi – Recently there was a change of power in Karnataka, with the Congress at the helm of affairs now. The previous BJP government had introduced some law reforms in the state, but they fell short in actually implementing those laws. As soon as the Congress came to power in the state, they decided to erase Veer Savarkar and Dr Hedgewar Guruji from the textbooks. They also announced the withdrawal of the Anti-Conversion Act. The government has also announced strict action under the Superstitions Act. The state government refused to allow a meeting on Hindu Rashtra. Hindu Vidhidnya Parishad is determined to fight against the anti-Hindu decisions of the state government. Advocate Amruthesh NP, Vice President of the Hindu Vidhidnya Parishad said that the HVP is committed to protect Hindus in Karnataka. He was speaking on Day 3 (18.6.2023) of the ongoing Vaishvik Hindu Rashtra Convention here.
Advocate Amruthesh further said that advocacy is a noble and socially oriented profession. Advocates can give good advice on communal, social, and other such issues. The Hindu Vidhidnya Parishad will continue to work for the protection of laws such as the Protection of Religious Rights Act, the Anti-Cow Slaughter Act etc.