published on October 28, 2012
The website of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) published factual news about the riots started in July 2012 between Bangladeshi infiltrators and natives in Assam. As a result, the whole world came to know the true facts of the happenings. Congress Government, however, held grudge against HJS and imposed ban on its website. In this regard, the HJS corresponded with the Home Ministry and Ministry of Telecommunication and Information Technology, but did not get any response. Thus, it had to resort to staging a nationwide agitation. This agitation against the Government’s blow on the freedom of media received support and recognition from the international media as well. Two months since then, pro-Hindu organizations and Sects staged demonstrations all over the country against this injustice. Considering the increasing rage amongst people, the Congress Government finally lifted the ban.

Government was very eager and prompt to impose the ban on website however they deliberately delayed unblocking of the site. After agreeing to lift the ban they took more than one month to unblock the site. Due to this 1,75,000 proud Hindus could not get Dhrmashikshan and knowledge and valuable Nation building work was stopped for two months. Though the Government has unblocked HJS website they have not lifted the ban on the Facebook account The ban imposed on the website of HJS can be imposed in future on any other websites or various ‘Blogs’ and social networking accounts working in the interest of Hindus. In August 2012, after ban on HJS website, many pro-Hindu organizations, Shivsena and devout Hindus came together and strongly opposed the ban for which HJS is grateful. In case such things take place in future, Hindus should unite and oppose them with all their might as it is the need of the hour.”

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