Tuesday, February 25, 2014

VSK Chennai Sandesh



The Pushpanjali That  Proved Two Points
The convoy of Tamilnadu state unit of Congress chief Gnanadesikan was ‘waylaid’ by schoolchildren while it passed through Agaramel, a village on the outskirts of Chennai. It was Janury 12 and the children were just trying to impress upon the leader the significance of offering floral tribute (Pushpanjali) to the patriot saint Swami Vivekananda, at their school, the Vivekananda Vidyalaya Senneerkuppam, affiliated to Vidya Bharati. The appeal went home and the leader, with his partymen in tow, walked to the school and had the opportunity of joining the nation in performing Pushpanjali at the feet of Swamiji, the final programme in the year long Vivekananda’s 150 th Jayanti celebrations. Hundreds of  Adi Parasakthi devotees in three buses which passed by too had this opportunity that day, thanks to the diligence of the schoolchildren! That day this particular Pushpanjali programme attracted over 28,000 persons drawn from 45 hamlets around Agaramel, according to Shri Ramanathan, school correspondent. Villagers from a hamlet wherein only Christian schools were there made a poignant request to the management of the Vivekananda Vidyalaya: ‘admit our children in yuor school, sir’! Every house of another hamlet had displayed Swami Vivekananda’s photo. The very sight of Swamiji was enough to discourage Christian propagandists from approaching the inmates of the house with their conversion plan.  This was the report from Irulapalayam.

Today No Hindu Is Alone, As Chennai Incident Showed
A recent city incident of eve teasing and an organised gang abetting it has shocked Chennai residents. A woman aspiring for IAS, while walking on the footpath of Mannadi Salai, Chennai, was allegedly teased by boys from a Muslim street, who also tried to misbehave with her. When her brother questioned them he was assaulted by the group. When the family tried to lodge a complaint with the local police, Jihadi outfits could gather a crowd of 500, which threatened the family with dire consequences by the hooligans. Some miscreants also damaged the car of city secretary of Hindu Munnani, Shri Elangovan  when he came to visit the spot. As the news spread, hundreds of Hindu Munnani volunteers also staged a demonstration at the police station demanding the arrest of the culprits. One Shahjehan was picked up by the police. The Injured girl and her brother were admitted in the Stanley Hospital. Representatives of Hindu Munnani and Sri Kalyan Singh, Pranth Gau Seva Pramukh, visited the hospital and enquired about her well-being. Hindu Munnani called for Bandh on February 25. Shops in and around Sowcarpet, Muthailpet were closed. A demonstaration demanding police action was organised near Old Police Commissioner's Office, Egmore. More than 3,000 volunteers from various parts of the city participated in the protest. Sri Ram gopalan, Hindu Munnani founder, addressing the gathering said, "Citizens from various parts of the country live here. We will not allow such disrespect to our brothers and sisters.  We are all the children of Bharat Matha".







When Christian Preachers Prayed In Support Of Modi
Recently Christian religious leaders of Kerala were reported to have expressed support to BJP’s PM nominee Narendra Modi. Last week, a conference of Christian preachers offered special prayers for Narendra Modi as PM in the next government. Advocate D.Simon, of the advocates wing of BJP presided over the conference. Smt. Vanathi Srinivsan, state BJP General Secretary, addressed the gathering. She reminded them how  Congress party’s policy has been divisive all along and informed them that BJP is for unity. She called upon everyone to vote as an Indian, placing the nation above religion. Over 500 preaches drawn from several parts of the state attended the conference held in a private school premises on Februay 25.

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