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Mangaluru: Regional Hindu Adhiveshan to be held on Nov 1


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (JS)

Mangaluru, Oct 29:'Regional Hindu Adhiveshan' will be held on the November 1 at 10 am in Sharada Vidyalaya, Mangaluru. This was revealed at a press meet jointly organized by the Hindu Janajagruti Samithi and Sriram Sene here at Press Club on October 29.



Addressing the media Hindu Janajagruti Samithi leader Guruprasad said "From past 4 years we have been organizing regional and state level adhiveshans. The main objective of this adhiveshan is for the protection of nation, Hindu religion and for making India a Hindu nation. There have been continuous attacks on the Hindu religion through love jihad, conversion, cow slaughter and derogatory remarks on Hindu Scriptures."

"In 2013 and 2014 adhiveshan was held in Hubballi where about 50 organisations, more than 200 representatives and more than 500 activists had taken part. Thus we have decided to conduct adhiveshan in district and state level. District level adhiveshan will be held in Dakshina Kannada on November 1 at 10 am in Sharada Vidyalaya, Kodialbail Mangaluru. Hindu activists from Dakshina Kannada Kodagu, Kasargod districts will take part In this adhiveshan."

Answering the questions of media persons on Prashant Poojary murder case Sri Rama Sene leader Kumar Malemar said "In some cases when the accused are Hindu activists, even their leaders are arrested who are not in the picture. In Prashant case police have only accused were arrested. They should also arrest Minister Abhayachandra Jain and question him."

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