Press Release---Hindu Samhati's Second Anniversary Celebrations
Hindu Samhati's Second Anniversary Celebrations
February 14, 2010----Shraddhananda Park, Kolkata, India
Beginning of a New era for the Hindus in Eastern part of India
In its grand success of the 2nd anniversary of Hindu Samhati at Shraddhananda Park in Kolkata, a strong 12 thousand Samhati supporters, activists and sympathizers participated in this mega event very with full enthusiasm and gusto. Hindu saints, prominent leaders, human rights activists from the different corners of India and abroad adorned the august dais to support and promote the rising force of Hindu Samhati, struggling for liberation of Hindu masses from the clutches of Islamic Jihadi force and pseudo-secular anti-Hindu political parties. The Hindus under the banner of Hindu Samhati strongly opposed the 10% Muslim minority reservation on religious basis and the heinous planning of Islamic encroachment upon Hindu life in Bengal in all respect.
The deprived Hindu masses came from all corners of Bengal, for the occasion to get a new energy from this spirited gathering for starting a new struggle for a new Hindu life with dignity, security and organizational advancement. Though it is a success to some extent, Hindus have to enter into a tough struggle to obtain Hindu freedom or salvation, as most of the speakers and dignitaries opined from the dais.
The program commenced with chanting Aum thrice, lighting of the traditional lamp and offering flowers to Bharat Mata and Swami Sharaddhananda, it made a spectacular show where Swami Pradiptanada of Bharat Sevashram Sangha, Swami Samjuktananda of Fiji Sevasharam, Swami Tejasananda of Bardhaman Tapeswari Kalika Ashram, Swami Uttamananda of Sanatan Dharma Prachar Ashram, Srimad Bandhu Gaurab Brahmachari Maharaj of Prabhu Jagabandhu Ashram, Swami Punnayalokananda of Bagula Ramakrishna Ashram, Br. Sunil of Manab Seva Mission sat beside Dr. Babu Suseelan of United Hindu Front of USA, New York, Pramod Mutalik of Sri Ram Sena, Sailendra Jain of Hindusthan Nirman Dal, Delhi, Vinod Jadav of Gau Raksha Samity, Bihar, Sunil Deodhar of International Human Rights Forum, Mumbai, Pandit Madhusudan Shastri & Ananda Arya of Arya Pratinidhi Sabha, W. Bengal and none other than Sri Tapan Kumar Ghosh, the President of Hindu Samhati. The meeting was presided over by Professor Haradhan Bhattacahrya.
Total silence was observed for a full minute by passing a condolence resolution for the victims of terrorist blast caused by Muslim activists in Pune on 13th February, 2010, sad demise of military personnel in Jammu & Kashmir due to avalanche, many a departed family members of Hindu Samhati workers, and the sad demise of Anima Ghosh, the aged mother of Tapan Ghosh. In his speech Salinedra Jain compared Late Anima Ghosh as Mata Jeejabai as she inspired Tapan Ghosh till her last moment. And Mr. Ghosh appears as a Shivaji to fight against all anti-Hindu force in Eastern India.
In his maiden speech Swami Pradiptananda urged a new Hindu revolt in the east with a combination of the sacrifice of the Saints with the valor of the warrior spirit of the new generation Hindus. A mourning robe clad Tapan Ghosh emphatically stated that the political powers are only to exploit the Hindu society. Hindus now should not be mere onlookers. The struggle of Hindu Samhati will not be stopped anyway as huge support from the Hindu Society always comes from various corners. He read an inspirational message of Narain Kataria, President, Indian American Intellectual Forum, New York in the bginning of his speech. Dr. Babu Suseelan expressed his every support for Hindu Samhati from USA. He said Hindus all over the world will exist if the Hindus of India are strong and organized. Pramod Mutalik of Sri Ram Sena inspired the twelve thousand plus strong audience by telling the next struggle of Hindus will be vehement and it will not be unarmed as the Hindus of India are always facing torture by arms and ammunitions. The function was ended with the enthusiastic chorus of VANDE MATARAM in full.
This rally surely ushered a new sunrise on the horizon of the Hindus’ collective life in the Eastern part of India.