“Religion is the strength of a nation; therefore, we must fight for religion,” said Ravindra Kamath, speaking at the Hindu Dharma Jagruthi Meet held at Nehru Maidan." />
Mangalore, Mar 7: “Religion is the strength of a nation; therefore, we must fight for religion,” said Ravindra Kamath, the spokesperson of Dharmashakti Sena, speaking at the Hindu Dharma Jagruthi Meet held at Nehru Maidan on March 7, Sunday.
He said that Hindu leaders have been killed in Karnataka and Kerala because they worked for the sake of their religion, adding that around 8 lakh people are getting converted in India. He also said that the jehadis who are trying to convert Hindustan to Pakistan as well as various politicians are mainly responsible for this. He added that Dharmashakti Sena is working hard to build self-confidence in the people so that they can fight for their religion.
Shri Basavalinga Shivacharya Swamiji of Brahman Mutt, Shiradhana Halli, Hassan inaugurated the meet and released the book, “Family, Society, and Religion.”
Sangeetha Prabhu of Ranaragini said that, although modern women have reached the highest positions in the world, they are still abused and harassed in many ways. She said that 8 Hindu girls go missing everyday and added that love jehad is the reason for this.
She said that Muslim girls are learning to use rifles and swords while Hindu girls waste their time taking up courses such as modeling, fashion designing, and beautician. She urged Hindu girls to remember that only weapons can be used in times of danger, not any of the above-mentioned courses.
Lakshmeesh Gabbaladka said that Muslim parents have their children trained in using weapons for terrorist activities, but Hindu parents are not willing to enroll their children in the military to protect the nation, which is why one is now faced with the danger of losing the nation.
Mohan Gowda of Hindu Jana Jagruthi also spoke on the occasion. Sri Karunyasagara Dasa, the president of ISKON, Mangalore; Mayor Rajani Dugganna; Deputy Mayor Rajendra Kumar; Padmanabha Kottari, the president of the district unit of BJP, and Nitin Kumar, the vice president; Ramesh Nayak of Hindu Jana Jagruthi Samithi; Poovappa Moolya and Kumar Malemar of Sri Ram Sena also participated in the programme.