Challenges to National Security-Seminar Excerpt

via AP Vishwa Samvad Kendra published on November 7, 2006

Subject: Challenges to National Security.

Organized by Guruji shatajayanti Utsava Samati, Andhra Pradesh
Date: 5th November 2006
Time 9 AM-6 PM
Venue: Makaster Auditorium.

To face the threats from Terrorists and Extremists,people with nationalistic and patriotic ideology must come together and sensitize the masses on National security, said Sadguru Sivananada Murthy on the occasion of the seminar on ‘Challenges to National Security’ organized by Guruji Shatajayanti Utsava Samati, Andhra Pradesh.


He further added on the occasion of the 60th year of Independence next year patriots should come together and mobilize masses to give direction to protect national security. He gave a call to political and social leaders to let go of the lethargy and decay set in the Hindu society and to take on the violent anti-national and anti-social elements to free the country from these evils.


Inspite of being in numerical majority, the Hindu society has been at the receiving end of gory terrorist acts and he further added that the response has been cold and indifferent from the society, which he said was an alarming message. He said that the present political leadership has become protectors for these terrorists who are challenging our sovereignties and perpetuating atrocities on the populations. This attitude of the political leadership has to be shed.


RSS Sarsangha Chalak, K.Sudershan Ji on this occasion said the naxals are divided based on ideology and have formed splinter groups fighting amongst themselves. Violence is used to  increase their strength and commits violent carnages to increase their strengths.


Shri.K.Sudershan Ji recalled how we have been struggling with terrorism in India, in various forms through ages and recalled that terrorism is not new to India and has raised its ugly head in various forms through ages in India.


Supporting Kilafat movement in 1921 and anointing Jahwarlal Nehru as Congress party president in 1946 have been two mighty blunders by Mahatma Gandhi for

which India is still paying. Apart from Sardar Patel and Lal bhadhur shastri, no one was able to give a stable and farsighted leadership.


Further he adds people who came from foreign countries to settle down here may call as minorities, but our government declared Muslims as minority, they are born and brought up in India only so they are Indians.


Rural area is strong in our India and the roots of development lie in the villages he said.Time has come now  to decentralize the administration and strengthen the village by that we can reduce unemployment still further goes it will automatically bring down the naxalism also.


Professor Ranbir Singh, Vice Chancellor of  Nalsar University of Law briefed about National Security and International rules. Retd. IPS Officer Anjaneya Reddy told that communism failed in the world and the civil rights forums also moving away from them.  Only Policing can curb Naxalism he said.


 Mr. M.V. Shastry, Editor of Andhrabhumi daily revealed that in this democracy moral values are declining everywhere,  print media also lost it’s moral values. But it is true that when the State are Central Governments moving away from their duties the print media exposed the failures and strengthen the democracy. Now days every country in

the world is adopting anti terrorist act but we have abolished POTA act. We have to take firm steps to curb terrorism in all aspects to save our country.


The seminar was presided over by Retd. Judge Justice Jagannadha Rao. The other Participants are Professor Narasimha Rao and defense Specialist G.B.Reddy, Lex legal cell director Smt.Sundari and D.B.Sekdhar who is a Defence specialist


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