With a firm resolve to make Bharat a ‘Hindu Nation’ All India Hindu Convention’ concludes

published on June 11, 2013

    Ramnathi (Goa) – ‘Bharat is a self-orignated (Swayambhu) Hindu Nation and hence, for the protection of Hindu Philosophy, Hindu Economics, Hindu Culture and Hindu Society, Bharat be declared a ‘Hindu nation’ – A unanimous resolution to this effect was passed today in the second ‘All India Hindu Convention’ with acclamation of ‘Jayatu Jayatu Hindurashtram I. Over 250 office bearers of devout Hindu organisations from 21 States of Bharat today decided upon a ‘Common Action Programme’ for making Bharat a ‘Hindu Nation’. Representatives of Hindus from Nepal, Bangladesh, Malaysia, Shrilanka, Pakistan had participated in the Convention. The Convention that was going on for the last 5 days in Shri Ramnath Temple, concluded today.

    The participating organisations have decided to hold ‘Regional Hindu Conventions’ in 20 States of Bharat to have a common goal. Likewise, District level ‘Hindu Conventions’ will be held at some places in Maharashtra and Karnataka.

    Under ‘Common Action Programme’, all the participating organisations have decided to work unitedly on different issues such as Protection of cows, Self-defence training to Hindus, Assistance to Hindus in legal battles, Assistance to riot-affected Hindus, Assistance to overseas Hindu refugees etc. The representatives from Nepal put forward a resolution to declare Nepal as ‘Hindu Nation’ during the Convention and it was passed unanimously.

   The Convention was attended by 12 Dharmacharyas, over 150 representatives of 70 devout Hindu organisations, over 50 social workers, over 15 Advocates, over 15 senior Journalists, 8 learned orators, 6 Philosophers and other renowned personalities from different fields. Deliberations were held on the subjects of Cow-protection, Protection of the culture, Protection of Ganga, denigration of Deities, ‘Love Jihad’, Human rights pertaining to Hindus, atrocities on Hindus etc. during the Convention. Through the medium ‘Hindu Vidhidnya Parishad’ a deliberation session of the devout Hindu Advocates was also organised during the Convention.

All the Devout Hindu organisations make a resolve to develop a Hindu vote-bank
   During the Convention, a code of conduct was decided upon for the voters, keeping in mind the forth coming general elections. Accordingly, it has been decided not to rely on the election manifesto of any political party, instead make our own Hindu manifesto that will be in the interest of Nation and Dharma, and send it to all the political parties. It has been further decided that Hindus will vote that party which agrees upon the manifesto, includes it in their own manifesto and promises to work accordingly after the elections. It was further decided to develop a Hindu vote-bank and encourage every Hindu to vote.

Demand made to liberate Bhojashala (Shri Saraswati Temple)

     Devout Hindu attendees made strong demands to liberate the Bhojashala (Shri Saraswatidevi Temple) at Dhar in Madhya Pradesh, to bring the Idol of Shri Saraswatidevi from this Temple presently lying London, back to Bharat and re-instate it and that the Government of Madhya Pradesh and Union Government should take initiative in this regard. Because of the united effort of the devout Hindus present for the first All India Hindu Convention held last year, the ‘Bhojashala Mukti Andolan’ had attained the status of a national agitation on the day of Vasantapanchami.

The march of the Hindu Convention from being a national Convention to international Convention

      In the first Convention held last year only devout Hindu organisations from Bharat had participated. In the second ‘All India Hindu Convention’ Hindu leaders from Nepal, Bangladesh, Malaysia, Shrilanka, Pakistan were present. Impressed by the efforts of various organisations, the overseas devout Hindus present for the Convention, have agreed to bring along leaders of other Hindu organisations during the next Convention. So also, about 5-6 office bearers of devout Hindu organisations have already agreed to participate in the third Convention.

The resolutions passed unanimously during the Convention
‘Act to ban cow-slaughter’ should be passed and provision to be made in the union budget to give subsidy to Goshalas (Cow shelter houses).
In order to protect the borders of Bharat, the Union Government shout make efforts to re-establish the Hindu Nation in Nepal.
The Hindus who have been displaced from Kashmir should be reinstated with honour in their own mother-land.
On behalf of ‘Bangladesh Hindu Jamate Mahajyot’ the apex Hindu organisation from Bangladesh a resolution was passed for the protection of the interests of the Hindus from Bangladesh.
The Hindu brethren from Pakistan and Bangladesh, who have sought refuge with Bharat, should immediately be granted Indian citizenship

Welcome to Haindava Keralam! Register for Free or Login as a privileged HK member to enjoy auto-approval of your comments and to receive periodic updates.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

 characters available

Responses

Latest Articles from Bharath Focus

Did You Know?