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In view of direction to be taken in a united way to materialise the ‘Hindu Nation’ by making the Hindu community aware of their strength, the 8th ‘All India Convention for the Hindu Nation’ will be organised from 27th May to 8th June at Shri Ramnath Temple, Ponda, Goa, as informed by Sadguru (Dr.) Charudatta Pingale, National Guide of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti in the press conference.
Kapil Mishra, MLA from New Delhi, Advocate Vishnu Shankar Jain, Spokesperson of Hindu Front for Justice, Kum. Kritika Khatri, Spokesperson.of Sanatan Sanstha were also present in the press conference.
Sadguru (Dr.) Pingale further said, “Due to the ‘All India Hindu Conventions’ held during the last 7 years, a lot of awareness about the concept of the ‘Hindu Nation’ has been created in the entire nation. More than 800 delegates of over 200 Hindu organisations in 26 States of India and from Bangladesh are likely to participate in the Convention.”
Kum. Kritika Khatri of Sanatan Sanstha while addressing the conference said, ”To organise pro-active unity of the businessmen, traders and industrialists who are active in the interests of society, the Nation and Dharma, and for giving assistance to society in the times of various calamities, the first ‘Businessmen Convention’ will be held on 28th May at the main venue of the Convention.”
She further said, ”In order to reach the concept of the “Hindu Nation’ rapidly to 100 crore Hindus, ‘social media’ is a very effective medium. Realising its importance, the first ‘Social Media Conclave’ is also organised for the devout Hindu activists in the field of social media and thinkers on Sunday the 2nd June at the main venue of the Convention.”
While interacting with Ten News, Kapil Mishra said “More than 200 organisations will be participating in the 8th All India Convention for the ‘Hindu Nation’. I will also be attending this Convention; There will be group discussions, debates on various subjects related to the Nation and Dharma and we will also chalk out the way forward and action plan. All of us will work unitedly on commom agenda programme to awaken Hindu Dharma. I am sure that through this medium, we will achieve the move ahead more determindedly in the direction of establishing the welfare state of the ‘Hindu Nation’.”