Hindu Samhati Workers Meeting in Hotor Show Vigor

via Hindu Samhati published on December 17, 2010

If anyone wants to know how a single triumph can ignite the passion to struggle and be triumphant among Hindus, he/she has to make a visit to Hotor. The whole area, at the moment, is simply beaming on account of the recent victory in organizing the Durga Puja successfully at the neighboring Mograhat. Village of Dakshin Marjada under Mograhat P.S. in South 24 Parganas district in the Indian state of West Bengal has shown the way.

This feeling of a victory was witnessed among the Hindu Samhati workers who took part at a HS workers’ meeting in Hotor in large numbers. The meeting was convened on November 5th, 2010 with lots of issues in hand. The most prominent of these was to make the upcoming anniversary of Hindu Samhati a grand success. When the subject was raised every member was found to stand to expressing their enthusiasm positively.

Another imperative issue was raised that bears testimony to the mounting frustration among Hindu youth of deprivation. Without doubt, the rising job reservations for Muslims in West Bengal have led to a strong discontentment among the Hindu youngsters and it is quite natural. As per Shankar Manna, person raising the issue, the rising difference thanks to parochialism among local administration is creating scores of problem and pushing them towards poverty. The subject gained support among the other partakers in the meeting also. They had no qualm in stating that the entire move of the state administration has been to keep Hindus in poverty and smash down morale of the whole community.

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