Main Cause of Hindu Downfall is Disunity: M N Soman

published on April 10, 2012

“Disunity amongst communities is the prime cause of disintegration and downfall of Hindu community,” said President of SNDP Yogam Dr. MN Soman. He was addressing the audience in connection with the inauguration of the state convention of Hindu Aikya Vedi, held at Townhall, Aluva.

He expressed the strong viewpoint that Hindu community, right from the section of Namboothiri to Nayadi, must remain resolute in their integration. The congregation at Hindu Aikya Vedi will remain a vital step towards the sustenance of the Hindu community as a united whole. While other so called Religous minorities grab all the illegitimate rights , Hindus are marginalised currently because of the disunity among Hindus.If we march ahead as a united whole, no force can ever destroy the Hindu community.

President of Hindu Aikya Vedi , Shashikala teacher chaired the meeting. A crucial lecture was delivered by General Secretary of the organization Kummanom Rajashekharan.  The organizational report was presented by Secretary K P Haridas.  The welcome note was expressed by Advocate K Haridas. A note of gratitude was conveyed by Swami Brahmachari Bhargava Ram. Following this a talk on ‘Hindu Awakening-Path ‘ was rendered by KC Kannan, All India Prabhari of Hindu Jagaran Manch. In connection with the congregation, a flag hoisting was done by State Working President of Hindu Aikya Vedi, KN Ravidranath.
The new office bearers of Hindu Aikya Vedi were elected at the State Level Meeting held in Aluva. They are as follows:

Secretary – M K Kunjol
President-            KP Shashikala Teacher
Working President- KN Ravidranath
Vice President- PK Bhaskaran
                             Raveeshan Tantrikal Kundar
                             Pallom PJ
                             PR Shivaraj
                             Advocate V Padmanabhan
                             Kainakari Janardhanan

General Secretary-  Kummanom Rajashekharan
                                     ES Biju
                                     RV Babu
                                     VR Satyavan
                                     KP Bhaskaran

Secretary- PV Muraleedharan
                   Advocate P Rajesh
                   RS Ajith Kumar
                   Brahmachari Bhargav Ram  
                   P Jeetendran
                   A Sreedharan
                   Thekkadam Sudarshan
                   Kilimanoor Suresh

Organizational Secretary- KP Haridas

Organizational Assistant Secretary- M Radha Krishnan
                                                              KR Kannan
                                                               V Sushi Kumar

Committee Members- K Aravindakshan Nair (Treasurer),
T Jayachandran
MK Vasudevan
Nisha Soman
Captain Sundaram
Punchakari  Surendran
MP Appu

The state congregation that extended for a span of 3 days came to a culminated here other day. The key note of address at the function was delivered by Kummanom Rajashekharan. He emphasized that the call of the moment was the unity of the Hindu Community against atrocities like exploitation and persecution.  He pointed out that both government and organized religious communities are continuing undaunted, their task of persecution against the Hindu community.

“Feel the pulse of others. Empathize with them, understand their emotions of joy and sorrow as your own. Only then will the Hindu community succeed in earning, building up and radiating a strong level of confidence.”

The meeting was chaired by State President of Hindu Aikya Vedi KP Shasikala Teacher. Other important lectures were delivered by Assistant Secretaries of the organization M Radhakrishnan and KR Kannan. The welcome note was delivered by ES Biju, while the note of thanks was conveyed by V Sushi Kumar.
 

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