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करीब पांच माह पूर्व 25 जनवरी की देर रात नोएडा में मारे गए पाक आतंकियों के शव रविवार की रात गुपचुप दफना दिए गए। मामले में शासन के आदेश के बाद एटीएस ने विवेचना में शवों की जरूरत न देखते हुए उन्हें दफनाने पर अपनी सहमति दे दी थी।
एटीएस को भय था कि अगर अन्य सामाजिक संगठनों या आम लोगों को इस बारे में पता चला तो शवों को दफनाने का विरोध हो सकता है। लिहाजा एटीएस के अधिकारियों द्वारा रविवार रात करीब नौ बजे पोस्टमार्टम हाउस से दोनों शवों को डीप फ्रीजर से निकालकर रात साढ़े नौ बजे तक सेक्टर-94 के कब्रिस्तान में दफना दिया गया।
Agitated over the killing of Bhairav Singh (50), who was shot dead Sunday, a large number of party workers took to the streets and targeted several private and public vehicles in parts of Azamgarh district, police added.
(Means what is its intention. Will it remain silent while Hindutvawadis are murdered by anti-Hindus? What is the use of such BJP to Hindus? – Editor SP)
He accepted the comment by Hussain and Naqvi about the Defeat by BJP was due to Varun Gandhi’s speech. (Hindus have gone away from BJP because of his appeasing Muslims. When is he going to realise it? – Editor SP)
On the last day of the meeting BJP while accepting on behalf of all the accountability of the defeat passed a new resolution including the issue of Hindutva. (If all have accepted total accountability then why did not all officers in the party resign on the basis of morality? – Editor SP)
One should not consider Hindutvawad to be limited to performing rituals (Karmakand), Behaviour as per Dharma or depicting fanaticism. (BJP should explain its definition of Hindutva and stop the misdirection! – Editor SP)
News about, police are thinking of giving the 9 dead bodies of the terrorists to the science laboratory instead of burying them for a fear that, that might be changed into a monument, published in ‘Samna’.
A song based on Hindus’ auspicious Mantra ‘Hare Krushna Hare Ram’ in film ‘Bhul Bhulaiyya’ was picturised in a vulgar way . When Hindus reacted to that then it was changed. Despite this without learning a lesson from this experience, they have again made mockery of the Mantra, ‘Om Mangalam Garud Dhvajam’ by picturising in very vulgarly way in the new film ‘Kambakht Ishq’, starring Akshay Kumar acting in it. They have mocked at very auspicious Mantra in Hindu Dharma.
Protest letters written by devout Hindus to Producer of Movie
See protest letter of Shri. Arvind Dessai below.Congratulations to Shri. Arvind Dessai for alertness in picking up the denigration and lodging of prompt protest. Persons like Shri. Arvind Dessai are the real strengths of Hindu Dharma. Hindus can take lead from this.
Speculation is rife that the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD) could bring down the curtains on its popular Kalyanamastu, the free mass marriages programme. The TTD has performed nearly 25,000 free mass marriages since its launch in 2007.
Sources said apart from political and financial factors behind the proposal, its chairman D K Adikeshavulu Naidu is reported to be reluctant to continue the programme. According to sources, the TTD board chief is more interested in implementing his pet scheme, `Ananda Nilayam Anantha Swarnamayam,' the gold covering of the sanctum sanctorum, than Kalyanamastu.
The programme, which was the brainchild of former TTD board chief B Karunakar Reddy, was launched on February 22, 2007, wherein 4,658 couples tied the knot all over the state. "The primary goal of Kalyanamastu is to strengthen the Hindu marriage system and to lessen the burden of marriage expenses on those who could not afford high costs," an insider of Karunakar camp said.
Following a huge response, the TTD has set up a trust seeking donations for the implementation of the scheme and even planned to extend it to other religions having faith in Hindu tradition and Lord Balaji.
Organized religions are inherently POLITICAL organizations.
Christianity and Islam are known as proselytizing religions because they make an organized and systematic effort to gain converts, and they often provide services, products, or employment to attract converts. Judaism, Hinduism, and Buddhism show far less zeal about gaining converts, which is why you almost never hear about Jewish, Hindu, or Buddhist missionaries.
Among a total of 195 nations in the world today, fifty-seven of those nations have a legally established, official State Religion. There are fourteen nations that claim Christianity as their State Religion, twenty-six nations that claim Islam as their State Religion, six nations that claim Buddhism as their State Religion, and the Jewish State of Israel.
Currently there is no officially Hindu State anywhere in the world, but perhaps India should become a Hindu State in order to protect its indigenous religion and culture from the predatory missionaries and State-sponsored cultural Imperialism that are coming from both Christian and Moslem countries. If the Jews have the right to establish and maintain Israel as a Jewish State, then the Hindus certainly have a right to establish and maintain India as a Hindu State.
Bhuvan Pahar, one of the most holy places in south Assam, particularly in Barak Valley, 38 km from Silchar town, has come under the threat of miscreants. Gun-totting members of a newly formed militant group, named Manmasi National Christian Army, comprising 15 rebels, has been forcing the residents of Bhuban Pahar under the threat of gun to convert to Christianity.
They threatened and asked the Hindu people of Tezpur village, including the priest of this famous Hindu temple, to convert into Christianity.
The local residents also said that Manmasi National Christian Army cadres had painted cross symbol on the walls of the temples with their blood.
Sources said, the pressure from the Hmar militants began at least two months back when the Congress, led by Lalthanhwala, acquired power in the neighboring State of Mizoram.
The party has asserted the principle of ‘democratic centralism’ and this is the way it shall be. Never mind what the party constitution says about electing leaders from bottom up.
It is a pity that two ‘leaders’, whom LK Advani referred to as “two eminent Muslim colleagues of ours”, were allowed to adopt an abrasive tone and level all kinds of charges while others were disallowed to raise issues that are much more fundamental for the party’s well-being.
But I guess it is useful to promote the fiction that the BJP lost the election because of what Varun Gandhi said (or did not say) in Pilibhit. That way, the real reasons shall remain swept under the carpet.
[Sushil Modi in his intervention mentioned that Hindutva upsets the JD(U) and could strain the BJP-JD(U) alliance in Bihar. That’s as unconvincing as Naveen Patnaik’s claim that he parted company with the BJP because of the violence in Kandhamal. If Nitish Kumar is convinced that he can win a majority on his own he will part company with the BJP: Nobody likes to share power. A section of the JD(U) feels that an alliance with the Congress makes better sense because it would fetch political returns at the Centre here and now.]
The reasons why such a large number of sitting MPs lost are four-fold:
. Poor track record of the individuals; . Poor organisational back-up; . Poor campaigning at the constituency level; and, . Poor selection of candidates.
The Indian people’s “way of life” has nothing to do with politics or political campaigns to secure state power. If Hindutva is only what the Supreme Court thinks it is, then it should not be the political creed of any party, least of all the BJP.
The political resolution bizarrely equates Hinduism with Hindutva. This was best avoided. Hinduism is about faith, which is by definition narrow and exclusive. Hindutva is about political mobilisation, which has to be inclusive and all-embracing.
The BJP would have done itself some good had it used this National Executive meeting to also clarify a related point: Core issues of the party are not core elements of Hindutva, they are at best tangentially linked.
Unfortunately, those who speak about it are also strong votaries of subjugating State units of the party to allies so that local leaders don’t grow in stature and want a place inside the “train compartment”.
A last point: States representatives at the meeting were unanimous and unambiguous in their praise for Narendra Modi. Every where he visited during the campaign, they said, the cadre were galvanised and supporters enthused. Nothing more need be said.